The Obama administration suddenly looks like a house of cards

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    good OP by Peggy Noonan of WSJ
    What's Changed After Wisconsin - WSJ.com
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    I also remember when Clinton was "irrelevant". How'd that work for Dole? :cool:
     
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    funny. I don't see that word in the article or in my post. Maybe I missed it. Perhaps you could point it out to me?
     
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    Noonan isn't as swift as she once was; unemployment remains high, and has been for a long time, now it is increasing. Perhaps she tired of "praise the miracle of Walker, he isn't a 1.5 years Republican Governor".
     
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    First you have to point out where I said it was. Got a problem with synonyms and analogies? I'll give you one thing, I should have posted it as 'irrelevant', rather than "irrelevant", K?
     
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    Well, whenever I mention Romney, you mention Obama; you know. Rather than address YOUR Messiah's latest etch-a-sketch moment. So this just might be karmic.
     
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    really? In every post of yours that mentions Romney, I respond bringing up Obama? Every one?
     
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    Enough that there's a pattern? And not just me, but anybody on the board? Absolutely.
     
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    I like , Obama is a buffoon :dig:
     
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    I can't imagine anyone but the sheep look at Obama as a man with leadership qualities.
    For those that do - I would LOOOOVE for them to say specifically where they see these qualities.
     

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