Sunday, October 21, 2012

Larwyn's Linx: Spinning Benghazi

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Spinning Benghazi: WS
We will see some strange states turning Red on election night: Morris
President Obama's Closing Act: An Epic Collapse: Hewitt

Bret Baier Special On Libya: "Death And Deceit In Benghazi": RCP
The October Surprise: Ledeen
The 'War on Women' Backfires: Feldman

We are Closer Than You Can Possibly Believe…: Hoosier Access
Romney Making a Serious Play For PA: Nice Deb
Karen Harrington: More than Just the Anti-DWS Candidate: CDN


Britain’s Liverpool Pathway Is A Preview Of Obamacare And Hell: RS
Obama Campaign Borrows $15M from Bank of America: Beacon
Shocker: Planned Parenthood Chief an Obama Volunteer: Powers

Change: Homeless student population tops 2,500 in Fairfax County: Riehl
Romney, RNC have 60 staffers working in PA: Riehl
Unions focus shifts from Obama to state-level races: Riehl

Scandal Central

Death Panels Here, Doctor's Plea For Help: NoisyRm
List: The 36 Obama-Funded Green Energy Failures: WZ
Revolt of the Drivers (cont.): WS

Climate & Energy

Why gas is nearly $4 a gallon: Babalu
Reports: Marcellus reserves larger than expected: AP


Is it still an October Surprise if we already know what it's gonna be?: WyBlog
Obama quotes ‘New York Times economist’ as evidence Romney economic plan is a ‘snow job’: Malkin
Candy Crowley Not in ‘Cahoots’ With Obama; He and Axelrod Used Her: NB

Pew Research: Republicans More Knowledgeable Than Democrats: CFIF
Democrat Momentum Unstoppable!: Steyn
Ohio Is Closer than You Think: NRO

Media Elite slam Obama campaign as "belittling," "not confident," "peevish" and worse: Breitbart
About that 'Civilian National Security Force'...: Winter Soldier
PPP’ing on Barry’s Parade: Obama’s lead in Ohio dwindles to 1: Riehl


BENGHAZI: Documents show Stevens worried about security threats, al-Qaeda: Daily Bret
Obama's Binder Full of Muslims: Reagan Coalition
Mysterious Libyan ship linked to deadly terror attack?: Fox

Romney to Obama: Israel does not warrant 'public warnings': JPost
White House denies report US, Iran agreed to one-one-talks: JPost
Iran denounces Beirut bombing, points finger at Israel: JPost

Anti-Muslim filmmaker detained for almost a court date three days after election: Times
Kevin Drum Beclowns Himself Covering For Obama: RS
Donald Trump: ‘I’ll be making a major announcement on President Obama next week’: FAM


We watch, crying, as Microsoft drops a Surface for fun and science: NextWeb
PayPal Here goes on sale at AT&T stores: like a one-stop shop for account hiccups: Engadget
Welcome home, Endeavor (time-lapse photography of Space Shuttle Endeavor’s last journey): VenBeat


Obama Bumper Sticker Removal Kit: AT
Political Cartoon: Barack Obama's view of the U.S. Constitution!: TPC
Riders trapped for 2 hours atop Stratosphere after it lost power: Dallas News

These boots are made for walkin’ so when you get to a fork in the road, take it.: MOTUS
New, Innovative Special Forces Ready to Deal with Islamic Terrorism: Reaganite
Gun shop names assault rifle after Rangel: Post

Image: Boom! Frank Luntz says Florida is no longer a swing state
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QOTD: "In terms of the November election, the party that wins the White House and controls Congress, what would create a better climate for small businesses and entrepreneurs?

I think if Romney wins, we're going to have an explosion of business in this country. A lot of huge companies have huge stockpiles of cash, a lot of it overseas. There's a lot of pent-up demand." [Here, for example, is one article of many out there that aims to get at how much corporate cash is involved: Idle Corporate Cash Piles Up.]

Is there one policy the federal government should implement to help the business environment, or should it be less involved?

"I think more than anything else, I'm going to repeat what 90 million people are saying, get rid of Obamacare, or at least most of it. I'm not so much in favor of what Romney or any change could do -- I would like them to stop some things. If, by chance, the Republicans get the White House and both houses of Congress, then I think a lot of headway could be made." --John Pruitt, small businessman

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