Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011 | 2 a.m.
GOP congressional leaders have vowed to defeat President Barack Obama’s re-election. They believe that, according to their sources, all of his proposals are doomed to fail and therefore they oppose them.
What are they afraid of? They are afraid that the proposals, if passed, will work and the Republicans will be shown hindering a renewed economy. If the proposals pass with Republicans showing minimal support and they fail, they can say, “we gave you a chance and we were right.” Why don’t they do this? What are they afraid of?