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So new article in "The Atlantic", the magazine and not the ocean, mocks a proposed agenda for a Romney administration had he won.
But in the face of the IRS scandals, the DOJ, the Benghazi cover up, high unemployment, it's the rider who comes off the fool.
A Romney White House should make us wonder what if, and not ha, ha.
Take this Harris poll which hat shows overall happiness down versus 2008, in all groups except blacks where the 1 percent bump is tragic given the historic election.
Happiness dropped among minorities and young folks in the last two years.
These are groups that Obama swore to help, which goes to show, leading through factionalism only hurts factions.
The factions you soothed with soaring rhetoric.
You got them into bed, but you didn't perform.
But if one leads all of America instead, then happiness would be like those proverbial boats in a rising tide, up.
Instead, class warfare lowers all boats.
For one cannot be happy and envious simultaneously.
Since the recession, wealth among Americans is down 55 percent.
Meanwhile, the group that Obama hates, the rich, got richer.
The stock market is on fire.
Only Obama can make progressivism the party of the rich.
And, yes, one other group got fat from Obama's reign, that's the government.
Everyone else got their pockets cleaned.
Which is why a writer mocking a Romney term is really mocking the millions of Americans who lost their savings, their jobs and their dreams.
So, laugh at what could have been as we pay the price for what really is -- a decline that makes the malaise of the 70s seem like happy days while Obama and Biden remind us how much we miss Lenny and Squiggy.
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