The Democrats are planning a heavy dose of Bill Clinton at their national convention later this summer, using the former President to officially nominate the current one, and to deliver a major prime-time speech.

This article in The Washington Post examines the difficulties undecided voters are having a tough time deciding, and highlights four counties in four states that could decide the election.

The latest stop on the Romney World Tour has the GOP Nominee in Jerusalem, where he made the case for a strong defense of Israel.

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  • Anonymous

    Dream ahead with me to 2022: America is hosting the Olympic games. A wonderful city not named Chicago is hosting it. The athletes are primed and ready to compete. The mood is electric.

    And the opening ceremony is a tribute to Obamacare.

    Wow, that ought to wake you up at 2am screaming.

    But that’s precisely what Danny Boyle did in London with the NHS (“death panels with an accent”). Now I know what the docs in GB do instead of brushing up on the latest medical procedures.

    • Anonymous

      When I saw the NHS charade at the ceremony it reminded me of the kind of pro government propaganda displays you see in communist nations. If you have to try to that hard to make your govt run health care seem so magnificent I am apt to believe that in reality it probably is not.

      The irony in the NHS ceremony program is that their magnificent health care system probably closely resembles the shuffling of patients on hospital beds that was shown during the program.

  • Anonymous

    Dream ahead with me to 2022: America is hosting the Olympic games. A wonderful city not named Chicago is hosting it. The athletes are primed and ready to compete. The mood is electric.

    And the opening ceremony is a tribute to Obamacare.

    Wow, that ought to wake you up at 2am screaming.

    But that’s precisely what Danny Boyle did in London with the NHS (“death panels with an accent”). Now I know what the docs in GB do instead of brushing up on the latest medical procedures.

    • Anonymous

      When I saw the NHS charade at the ceremony it reminded me of the kind of pro government propaganda displays you see in communist nations. If you have to try to that hard to make your govt run health care seem so magnificent I am apt to believe that in reality it probably is not.

      The irony in the NHS ceremony program is that their magnificent health care system probably closely resembles the shuffling of patients on hospital beds that was shown during the program.