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Morning Bulletin (4/02/12)

It’s Monday… or 217 days until the presidential election, aka remove Obama.

SHOCKING: Biden’s Jobs Claims Fail Fact Check. “In all, since Obama took office, the U.S. has lost 661,000 manufacturing jobs. In fact, the manufacturing sector has taken a bigger hit under Obama — undercutting Biden’s claim that ‘manufacturing is back.’”

Five reasons why Syria isn’t Libya

Don’t blame Verrilli: It’s hard to defend the indefensible

Muslim Brotherhood Lies – Will Field Candidate in Egypt’s Presidential Elections After All

The Muslim Brotherhood’s number two launched a bid to succeed Mubarak this week. The group had earlier said it would stay out of race. In November the Muslim Brotherhood held a massive rally in Cairo’s most prominent mosque after Friday prayers. The Islamists chanted, “One day we will kill all Jews.”

This week the Muslim Brotherhood announced that they will field a candidate in the presidential elections after all.

Creepy….. Obama campaign wants Romney’s tax returns from the… 1980s.

President Obama’s re-election campaign is calling on Mitt Romney to release his tax returns dating back to the 1980s, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Doug Ross points out that Obama has yet to release any of the following:

  1. Tax returns from the 80′s
  2. Tax returns from the 90′s
  3. Occidental College records and transcripts
  4. Columbia University records and transcripts
  5. Columbia Thesis paper
  6. Harvard University records and transcripts
  7. Medical records
  8. Illinois State Senate schedule
  9. Illinois State Senate records
  10. Law practice client list
  11. Certified Copy of Original Birth certificate
  12. Harvard Law Review articles published
  13. University of Chicago scholarly articles
  14. Record of Baptism

CNN’s Soledad O’Brian’s Ratings Are Tanking.

Executives at CNN must be in shock at the catastrophic implosion of their morning lineup, as Starting Point With Soledad O’Brien (7-9 a.m. weekdays) recorded the cable network’s lowest ratings for that time slot in more than a decade. Fewer than 100,000 adults 25-54 tuned in to O’Brien’s program on an average day, according to the latest quarterly Nielsen numbers.

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