Contrast that with Obama who is digging in his heels over every confrontation with the GOP. Instead of coming to the middle over the debt limit, he wants to force the issue the way he did with Obamacare. Unlike Clinton, I don't think Obama has any inclination to work with the GOP to get anything done. And the right is too fractured to really stand up to him. The purists won't offer solutions that could actually pass, instead they offer up boilerplate proposals that are sure to lose and sure to alienate independent voters. The McConnells of the party are only too willing to go along with Obama and give him unilateral authority to raise the debt limit.
If Obama wins, I suspect that there will still be enough McConnell types left in the Senate to give Obama his agenda. I am reluctantly forced to return to backing Romney as he is the only candidate that I think is viable to beat Obama. My big concern with Romney is that he is too much like McConnell and won't fight the democrats in Congress to get real changes passed into law. But I am convinced that an Obama second term would be a disaster, unlike Clinton's second term.
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