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(Reuters)   Whoever wins on election day is likely to be greeted by lower unemployment figures, whoever loses may end up just being a greeter   (in.reuters.com) divider line 2
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2012-09-21 10:47:30 PM
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meat0918: Well....

If Obama wins, the headlines and stories will be all about how it's due to temporary job gains due to the holidays, and Obama still sucks.

If Romney wins, it will be a clear sign that Romney is the savior of the US economy.


What newspapers are you reading? Or are you talking exclusively Rush and his fans? Every main stream paper will tout how obama's plan is working because they have to push their golden child even though he is failing miserably.
2012-09-21 06:28:42 PM
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meat0918:
If Obama wins, the headlines and stories will be all about how it's due to temporary job gains due to the holidays, and Obama still sucks.

You have it backwards.

Note, for example, the linked story. They're setting the stage for an Obama loss, so they can pretend his policies actually worked. Eventually. Of course, the Obamaniacs are still pretending that the current bad economy is Bush's fault, so...
 
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