Elizabeth Warren – New reports
surfaced that Warren defended big steel and coal industries as a practicing
lawyer. She is also accused of practicing law in Massachusetts without a
Obama – He addressed the UN last
week saying the same things he said the year before, we must stop Iran from
getting nuclear technology. Obama also continues to stand by his story that an
anti-Muslim film caused the Middle East uprisings.
Wikileaks – Julian Assange addressed
the UN about asylum – he does not want to be extradited back to Sweden.
Economy – Head of the Philadelphia
branch of the Fed admits that the recent quantitative easing initiative will
not help the economy.
Women – This is what Obama spokeswoman
Stephanie Cutter had to say about women “That’s the other
thing that you find most often with women. They’re not really concerned about
what’s happened over the last four years, they really want to know what’s going
to happen in the next four years.”
Libya – According to Newsweek Within 24 hours of the 9-11
anniversary attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi, U.S.
intelligence agencies had strong indications al Qaeda–affiliated operatives
were behind the attack.
Greece – Austerity
protests have sparked up again in Greece.
Spain - Facing an economic crisis,
Spain is expected to announce a new budget which will raise taxes and implement
structural reforms. .These austerity measures have provoked violent protests.
France – A 75% tax on the wealthy
UN – Susan Rice, US ambassador to the
UN skipped the speech of Israeli President Netanyahu at the UN.
Post Office - For the second time in two months, the U.S. Postal
Service will default on a congressionally mandated payment to pre-fund retiree
Egypt – President Mosi says any insults about
Mohammed are “unacceptable”. I agree, but he has to realistic, not everyone is
going to show tolerance, especially if they protest by killing others – this is
not the way to earn respect.
Voter Fraud - Preliminary audits indicated more
than one million Florida voters claimed New York mailing addresses. Over 1,700
people were found with voter registrations in both states.
Economy - New orders for manufactured
durable goods in August decreased $30.1 billion or 13.2 percent to
$198.5 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau announced today. This decrease, down following
three consecutive monthly increases, was the largest decrease since January
2009. The GDP was downgraded from an abysmal 1.7% in the second quarter
Poll Analysis – I
have done some poll analysis in Florida and Ohio and by my calculations Obama’s
lead is exaggerated by about 1.8 points in Florida and 2.1 points in Ohio.
Obama phones – At a
rally in Cleveland, one supporter was hailing Obama for her free phone, called
an “Obamaphone” paid for by taxpayers.