Hurricane Sandy to Drive Obama Failures, Scandals off Front Pages?
John Lillipop | October 27, 2012
By John Lillpop
As new information concerning Barack Obama’s pandemic of failures and scandals surfaces daily, all of the momentum seems to favor Mitt Romney in the final days of the 2012 presidential sweepstakes.
However, an act of nature may make the path of the challenger more difficult, but still doable.
Specifically, as reported in the Public Advisory at the reference, this monster storm is expected to attack a large swath of the US east coast from FLORIDA THROUGH THE CAROLINAS FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS AND SPREAD INTO THE MID- ATLANTIC AND NORTHEASTERN STATES BY SUNDAY.
Estimates are that Sandy may inflict as much as $ 1 billion dollars in property damage and may result in serious injuries and deaths.
Given the projected impact of Sandy, it seems likely that the storm will dominate news coverage for several days next week, thereby pushing coverage of Obama’s high crimes and misdemeanors, as well as his brutal incompetence, off the front pages and BREAKING NEWS headlines.
In view of the refusal by the liberal media to cover topics like the slaughter in Benghazi and other stories that reflect poorly on Obama with any degree of objectivity, or at all, the overall impact of Sandy coverage may, in fact, not be all that great.
After all, 100 mile an hour winds, massive storm surges, catastrophic flooding, and nature at her worst pale in comparison to the bedlam and harm inflicted on a daily basis by the media which is, despite the past four years, still smitten with love for a Marxist community organizer who hates America.
The big question: How can patriotic Americans pursue legal action against mainstream media for duplicity in the attempted destruction of the greatest society in human history?
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