US drone at Benghazi
Here are fresh details about the Benghazi attack and the American response while the Ambassador and others were fighting for their lives: A U.S. ambassador is missing and his diplomatic team is desperately fighting off terrorist attacks. Our commander-in-chief and his national-security team in Washington are listening to the phone . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Benghazi: Fresh News about Drones, Mobs, Terrorists and the American reaction
The arc of the presidential campaign of 2012 would be a fitting inscription for a political tombstone should President Obama not win re-election. The CNN Poll of Polls as of October 21 2012 clearly shows the massive impact on the trajectories of the two protagonists of the debacle of the first debate:
Seldom in American . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Political gravestone for President Obama if he loses
This Republican analysis thinks so: Our latest Pennsylvania poll conducted 10/11-10/13 and released by the Washington Examiner October 18thshows Mitt Romney has taken the lead over President Obama by a 49-45 margin. This automated poll, conducted with 1,376 likely voters, was conducted on behalf of the Republican State Committee of Pennsylvania, and released publicly . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Will Romney win the "jobs" argument and therefore Pennsylvania?
Moses: Model for Obama?
Alan Schroeder, Journalism Professor at Northeastern U, has an interesting post in Huffington Post entitled The Dramatic Arc of the 2012 Presidential Debates. It is worth reading. Here’s a taste of it:
Which brings us to Act Four. A sense of momentous envelops this final debate, because for both . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Debate 3: President Obama’s Last Chance to Channel Moses
Romney, Crowler, Obama
The furor over the intervention by moderator Candy Crowler in the second presidential debate has not died down, nor will it before November 6. The Republicans are claiming that the moderator stepped outside the rules and intervened in the debate in a way that was contrary to the agreed rules.
CNN . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Debate 2 Obama & Romney: The role of the moderator and questions for CNN