OMG* Wednesday: July 25, 2012

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Things you need to know as you make your decision not to reelect Barack Obama

Obama’s America — and Ours
Pat Buchanan, TownHall

The Founding Fathers who created the U.S. government were deeply distrustful of the centralized power Obama seems to worship. They had had enough of the beneficent big government of George III. Obama notwithstanding, government does not create wealth. Government collects wealth, redistributes wealth, consumes wealth.
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Romney: Actually, the Context of “You Didn’t Build That” Is Even Worse
Guy Benson,

See? Romney once admitted that Olympians attained their athletic prowess with the help of others — so he’s just like Obama! What a thoroughly imbecilic comparison. Nobody disagrees that people tend to succeed with the help of others. Obama just thinks that all private and individual success is attributable to government, and therefore the government has the right to redistribute ever-larger portions of successful people’s earnings.
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You didn’t build it, Mr. President, but you can destroy it
Rebekah Rast, Net Right Daily

Unfortunately for the president, no matter how he attempts to retract his words or change the context of his speech, actions speech much louder than words. And President Obama’s actions since being in the White House don’t exactly scream free market supporter or personal prosperity enthusiast.
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Democratic Sen. Feinstein suggests some leaked info came from the White House
FOX News.

WASHINGTON – The Democratic leader of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Monday that the White House appears to be responsible for some leaks of classified information.

“I think the White House has to understand that some of this is coming from their ranks,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein told a World Affairs Council forum.

Virginia Right!
Obama Hasn’t Received His Daily Economic Briefing Since April 2011

According to the daily schedule released by the White House, Barack Obama hasn’t received his “daily” economic briefing for the past 15 months.
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Nearly one in 10 employers to drop health coverage
The Washington Times

About one in 10 employers plan to drop health coverage when key provisions of the new health care law kick in less than two years from now, according to a survey to be released Tuesday by the consulting company Deloitte.
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That’s all for this week. Be sure to do your homework.

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