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Jewish World Review
May 11, 2012/ 18 Iyar, 5772
President of the Distracted States
The Obama-Robin Roberts "evolution" sit-down does more than help the President raise big $$ from deep-pocket gay donors, it also helps Dems move the conversation away from where they know they're vulnerable---the economy.
Republicans must resist stepping into a snare that helps distract voters from the one question that matters: are you better off than you were 4 years ago?
Most Americans think we're on the wrong track--about 67 percent of independents believe so according to one recent poll.
This is where this president must be held accountable. He spends more time fund-raising (and fun-raising!) than he does governing. He hopes to win over voters not by campaigning on his record on jobs and economic growth, but by diverting our attention through the same old razzle dazzle nonsense that helped win the presidency in 2008.
When he's not dividing Americans through class or phony gender warfare arguments, he's basking in the reflected glory SEAL Team 6, and the intelligence work of a CIA he helped demoralize. Smart people will see these obvious ploys for what they are.
Will enough of them help educate those who aren't as clued in?
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