Obama won a major legal victory just ahead of a tight election, but the ruling also could energize Romney and Republicans, whose fierce opposition to the health law propelled the issue to the high court.
ROME — Italy’s high court on Tuesday faulted the appeals court that acquitted American student Amanda Knox of murdering her roommate, saying its ruling was full of “deficiencies, contradictions and illogical” conclusions and ordering the new appeals court to look at all the evidence to determine whether Knox helped kill the teen.
On the basis of Mitt Romney's latest appeal to the far right, including a vow to "teach Iranians the meaning of American resolve", and also on Romney's pledge to start a trade war with China, I am now willing to state that I would rather see president Obama reelected than Mitt Romney be elected.
I do not say this lightly. It will likely cost me readership. So be it. Consequences be dammed, I speak my mind.
No Hope Elsewhere
Foot-in-mouth disease appears to be as least as important than the economy. Thanks to the former, as well as Mitt Romney's completely inept handling of independent voters, it will be extremely difficult if not impossible for Romney to win the presidential election in November.
Romney Casts Off 47% of Voters
Every other week or so, Romney seems to make a major gaff of some sort. His recent flip-flops on Obamacare are a case-in-point.
Following a credible but certainly less than a knockout performance by Mitt Romney on "Super-Tuesday" pundits came out of the woodwork proclaiming Romney has it locked up.
That message continued all the way through this morning culminating in Jennifer Rubin's post Time to stop dreaming of a brokered convention.