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#LapDogMedia Alert – Stand By For Theme Shift | FreedomWorks

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been inundated with stories in the mainstream media trumpeting some variation on the idea that, “It’s all over, Obama‘s reelection is inevitable, Romney has a much tougher path to 270 electoral votes” and so on.

Now comes a fresh line of attack from the leftist media. This week’s tactic ignores presidential polling altogether. They are now trying to convince us that the Democrats are likely to hold their majority in the Senate. Josh Kraushaar, in National Journal, went so far as to predict no losses for the Dems in the Senate AND that Obama would be reelected

Full Article at FreedomWorks: News Article | FreedomConnector.

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