Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are glad to see Jill Stein’s quixotic recount journey get shut down in Michigan and headed towards an anticlimactic finish in Wisconsin.  They slam the media for only now realizing that many of the new jobs created in the Obama years are low-wage, part time openings that aren’t a long-term solution for families.  And they unload on CNN for suggesting that racism was behind the fierce Republican opposition to President Obama’s agenda.

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  1. Israel P. Inactive
    Israel P.
    @IsraelP

    There were voters who became racists against a white woman, or rather reverted to racist voting. They didn’t vote before Obama, they didn’t vote after Obama, they didn’t vote in the mid-terms with no Obama running.

    They are black and they refused to vote for a white candidate.

    So much for the “color of their skin vs. content of their character” bit.

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