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What happens when Romney is ten points down going into Tampa? Complete Revision

Updated 13 May 2012
Ten points down means that he is  ten points below President Obama in popularity Ten points down means that he is tied to a social agenda that already is a virtual guarantee of a GOP defeat That is to say anti-gay, anti-woman and unwilling to budge on stances that poll negative
If he is ten points down he will become  the sacrificial lamb  Because under such conditions no one  in today's GOP would have a better chance
He is exactly what has become of the GOP It is not beauty and the beast But it is close The GOP has morphed into a monster And Mitt is dangling in the wind The GOP's trophy candidate Tied to positions a majority cannot embrace

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

Fresco's Venus Project Site

"Project: The development of interactive 2D & 3D City  Simulations showcasing the technical and ecological aspects  of Jacques total city system designs."
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The future always is perceived By baring what was in the mind That always has been thinking of The way of justice hope and love

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

Natter Natter Natter NYTimes Come On

Missed Chance on Afghanistan -

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President Obama is nothing if not honest, in the teeth of neo-cons and others. Anyone who can keep even half an ear to the media knows that it is the President's intent to leave Afghanistan in terms of ground war in 2014 and to remain there in a supportive role for a looooong time.

The President did not miss a chance. The NYT missed the point.

Well not entirely. After giving the casual reader a put down, the editorial folk concede toward the end of the editorial:

"Still, he deserves enormous credit for going after Bin Laden and for the relentless pursuit of Al Qaeda’s leaders in Pakistan. He has made far more progress, with far less posturing, than his predecessor, President George W. Bush."

That should have been the point of the editorial.

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes