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54 Christmas Trees: Amazing how a reelection can reshape an incumbent's thinking about many
things. Now safely ensconced in the White House for 49 more months, the
Obamas have decorated the place with 54 Christmas trees this year.
Islamofascism: To hear the president and his media stenographers,
Egypt's new leader is a "practical" guy who's surprisingly Westernized.
He loves our movies and even the "ERA." Such positive reviews provide
Mohammed Morsi a fig leaf of secularism and legitimacy.
Obama's America: A couple of economists have determined that
rulers around the world keep their subjects in poverty so they can
maintain power. What does this impart to us about where our country is
Fiscal Policy: Talk of Clinton-era tax rates ignores the fact
that the former president, working with a GOP Congress, cut spending as a
share of GDP and produced four balanced budgets by focusing on growth,
Parallels: A mission was attacked after warnings, Americans were
killed after security requests were denied, and a diplomat went on TV to
explain it all — our current U.N. ambassador, after embassy bombings in
Fiscal Cliff: President Obama is undeniably a shrewd tactician,
so long as his tactics remain unscrutinized. Right now his approach to
negotiations is as unbalanced as it is dishonest.
Rights: The Senate is considering a treaty which says "disability
is an evolving concept" and which would infringe on U.S. sovereignty
and the right to raise our children as American families see fit.