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25 мая 2012, 15:59

President Obama's Inane Attack on Private Equity

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Sebastian Mallaby, FT

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25 мая 2012, 15:57

Obama Takes Early Leap Into Campaign Fray

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Peter Baker, NY Times

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25 мая 2012, 15:49

Obama Fares Worse Among Struggling Whites

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Cohen & Tumulty, WP

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25 мая 2012, 15:45

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Charlie Cook, National JournalNot much in the just-released NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll conflicts with the story line that we’re going to see a lot of close races this fall. Democratic pollster Peter Hart and Republican poll-taker Bill McInturff found that 48 percent of the 1,000 American adults interviewed (including a subsample of cell-phone users) approve of the job that President Obama has done. This percentage is 2 points short of the 50 percent approval rating that would signal he is a favorite for reelection. A rating below 46 percent suggests that a president is toast. Obama is right in the...

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25 мая 2012, 15:42

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Charles Krauthammer, National ReviewIt was our much-anticipated quarterly lunch with Tim Kurkjian, baseball analyst extraordinaire, wherein George Will and I bathe in a constant flow of obscure statistics, Kurkjianian oddities and ribald anecdotes, like the one about the Red Sox beat writer who accidentally walked in on a players' prayer meeting and was greeted by the burly right fielder, newly born-again and not yet practiced in the language of Christian fellowship, bellowing, "Hey! Can't you see we're having f------ chapel here?"

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Charles Krauthammer, National ReviewIt was our much-anticipated quarterly lunch with Tim Kurkjian, baseball analyst extraordinaire, wherein George Will and I bathe in a constant flow of obscure statistics, Kurkjianian oddities and ribald anecdotes, like the one about the Red Sox beat writer who accidentally walked in on a players' prayer meeting and was greeted by the burly right fielder, newly born-again and not yet practiced in the language of Christian fellowship, bellowing, "Hey! Can't you see we're having f------ chapel here?"

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25 мая 2012, 15:37

In Iowa, Obama Fires Back at Romney

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Kathie Obradovich, DM RegisterYou will be redirected to the page you want to view in  seconds. Search inMorePresident Barack Obama, in Des Moines Thursday, portrayed Mitt Romney's “prairie fire of debt” as mostly smoke — the kind that comes from the marble fireplaces within the mansions of the super-rich.Mitt Romney, in Des Moines on May 8, accused Obama of fanning a “prairie fire” of overspending, deficits and soaring debt. Obama, at a rollicking campaign event at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, worked to start his own brush fire of populism.He shot...

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25 мая 2012, 15:37

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Matthew Continetti, Free BeaconWe are rapidly approaching the moment at which Washington reevaluates the Obama campaign’s reputation for competence and expertise. Every week, one or several of Obama’s surrogates trip over their own words; every day, Jim Messina and David Plouffe and David Axelrod must scratch their heads in wonder at the mess they are creating. One gaffe is an isolated event. Two is an embarrassment. But three or more form a pattern, one that is damaging not only Obama’s precarious chances for reelection but also the fortunes of the Democratic Party. 

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25 мая 2012, 15:36

Obama Struggling With Working Class Whites

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Cohen & Tumulty, WP

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25 мая 2012, 15:22

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Mike Allen & Jim Vandehei, PoliticoNothing inspires Democrats like the Barack Obama swagger — the supreme self-confidence on stage, the self-certainty in private. So nothing inspires more angst than when that same Obama stumbles, as he has leaving the gate in 2012.That’s the unmistakable reality for Democrats since Obama officially launched his re-election campaign three weeks ago. Obama, not Mitt Romney, is the one with the muddled message — and the one who often comes across as baldly political. Obama, not Romney, is the one facing blowback from his own party on the central issue of the campaign...

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25 мая 2012, 15:22

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Mike Allen & Jim Vandehei, PoliticoNothing inspires Democrats like the Barack Obama swagger — the supreme self-confidence on stage, the self-certainty in private. So nothing inspires more angst than when that same Obama stumbles, as he has leaving the gate in 2012.That’s the unmistakable reality for Democrats since Obama officially launched his re-election campaign three weeks ago. Obama, not Mitt Romney, is the one with the muddled message — and the one who often comes across as baldly political. Obama, not Romney, is the one facing blowback from his own party on the central issue of the campaign...

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25 мая 2012, 15:20

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Jeremy Warner, TelegraphWhat does the future hold as Europe slides, ever more hopelessly, towards the abyss? As David Cameron has pointed out, there have been 18 EU summits since he became Prime Minister little more than two years ago, and none of them has produced anything remotely resembling a solution.The stand-off got a whole lot worse this week. France and Germany are now in open conflict over the way forward, if indeed there is one. For the UK, already bleeding badly from the after-effects of the financial crisis, the situation could scarcely look more threatening.