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Recipient Name Giver Name Address Address City City State Zip State 7ip Phone Phone.,. News Briefs (Continued from Page I) stupid comments because Republicans hold to anti- quated views about not ad- dressing real women's views directly. Don't Republicans know that women make 85 percent of all health care de- cisions in this country? That many women are forced to be working moth- ers just to survive these hor- rible economic times? Most women in this country are neither living in the femi- nist past nor worried about cultural wars, they are try- ing to raise kids, hold jobs, etc. The Republican Party needs to address their con- cerns and offer them solu- tions. This isn't gender pan- dering, it is addressing is- sues of a distinct economic constituency. Kim Strassel is so, so right. What Has America Become? Investor's Business Daily newspaper ran a great edi- torial cartoon recently show- ing a goggle-eyed high school coed saying," I know he's like totally arrogant, completely in- competent, has ruined my reputation, lies to me, apolo- gizes to everyone for being with me, hasn't found a job in 43 months, alienated all my friends, thinks he's a celeb- rity, spends all my money, blames everyone else for his irresponsible behavior but he's like so-o-o-o cool and so- o-o-o likeable ... and he gives me free stuff"! Yet, this guy is still alleg- edly leading in the polls as we close in on Election Day. It Just Grew to 49 Percent Mitt Romney got into trouble over his 47 percent remarks secretly recorded while he was at a dinner. The Democratic Left has demonized him for being so insensitive to many folks especially the elderly. While many recipients of govern- ment entitlements are the poor and elderly who get sub- sidized by the rest of work- ing America by an alphabet of programs, I agree with Ben Domenech, managing editor of Health Care News who recently wrote "that's only where the entitlement con- versation begins, not where it ends." At the Democratic convention, former President Bill Clinton referred to Med- icaid as an entitlement for "middle-class families" in his remarks. He was one hun- dred percent correct. Thanks to President Obama's health care reform and program expansions, Medicaid is now covering more children in families making more than $60,000 a year. While most on Medicaid never vote, the middle-class does and putting more middle-class voters on Here For information about advertising in the Post-Gazette, call 617-227-8929. ...... e ...... Medicaid is a successful ploy to get support for those in Big Government who want to redistribute our wealth around town. However, as Rudyard Kipling once ob- served, prosperity cannot be achieved by "robbing selective Peter to pay for collective Paul." What no one in the Obama White House or Capitol Hill Democrats wants to answer is a simple question. What happens when the collective Pauls outnumber the selec- tive Peters? If we stay on course and re-elect Presi- dent Obama to another four years in office, sometime before 2016, the payroll wagon may grind to a halt as too many are riding inside while too few are pushing harder and harder and get- ting nowhere fast. Saying Good Bye to Andy Williams Andy Williams just passed away at age 88. During the 1960s he had a great TV show (1962-71) every week. He had over 27 Top 40 singles in a career that lasted 50 years. "Moon River" was his biggest single but others hits included "Days of Wine and Roses," On the Street Where You Live" and the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." I will always remember his rendi- tion of "Ave Maria," which he sang during the funeral Mass for Robert F. Kennedy in 1968. His voice on that day actually brought tears to the eyes of the millions watching that funeral. His voice lifted to the heavens. Now he is in heaven with all the other great singing leg- ends of the past years. What the Heck is Wrong with the GOP? Seriously flawed Republi- can U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin from Missouri recently got endorsed by U.S. Senator Jim DeMint who is a big Tea Party guy and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum as a "principled conservative" in his race with incumbent U.S. Sen. Barbara McCaskill, D-Mo. After Akin's stupid remarks about rape, he suddenly be- came the underdog. Here in Massachusetts, U.S. Sena- tor Scott Brown stated that Akin's remarks were so bad, he needed to drop out of the race. I agreed with Brown. For DeMint and Santorum to support Akin now does not help the Republican Party's image with women. His remarks weren't just On Sale Now! THE NORTH.END Where It All Began The Way It Was b /Fred Langone SALE PRICE $19.95 Plus Shipping & Handling offensive, they were stupid and stupid means just go away. If I lived in Missouri, I would now be voting for McCaskill. Skewed Polls Tilt Toward Obama The polls, in my estima- tion, are overstating Presi- dent Obama's lead over Mitt Romney. This is a seri- ous question growing for many as several opinion polls show Obama's lead growing but the number of Democrats surveyed call into to question the accuracy of these poll numbers. A recent Quinnipiac/ New York Times/ CBS News survey found Obama leading Romney in Florida 53-44 percent and in Ohio by a 53-43 percent. These numbers match up with the 2008 turnout in Ohio but this is not 2008. Meanwhile, Rasmussen Re- ports daily tracking polls show the race as a 46 per- cent tie and its tracking of key swing states give Obama a slim 46-45 percent edge. Partisan breakdowns need to be fair and Rasmussen polls are the fairest out there. Personally, I think the race is closer than it should be since the Republican candi- date is such a poor candi- date. I knew this was going to happen back in the spring as Romney marched toward the Republican nomination in the primaries. I did like Santorum but after his recent Akin endorsement I'm so sure anymore. Gingnch was the smartest guy running but he had so much baggage he looked like a UPS truck. There's noth- ing worse than a smart guy who knows he's smart. Will Hillary Run in 2016? I think Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will run in 2016 regardless of who wins this year's Fight. Too bad she didn't win the nomination back in 2008 because she would have been a far better president than the loser we ended up with. I really think Obama likes being a presi- dential candidate far more than being the actually president7 I also think the mainstream media treats him with kid gloves and lets him get a pass on everything including his statements about 'bumps in the road." Four Americans dead are not bumps in the road. Had a Republican made the same statement, we know where the media would have gone with that remark. On Site at The Post-Gazette. 5 Prince Street~ Nort~ End Boston, M,A ....