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We have been saying over and over that competence will be a major factor in the 2014 election. In the past year, we have witnessed an Administration that has proved inept on foreign policy, on the IRS, on Obamacare, the VA — and the list can go on and on.

This week, The Fix’s Chris Cillizza reported that growing numbers of Americans doubt Obama's ability to manage the government.

The latest evidence is a question in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Sunday that asks whether the phrase "can manage the government effectively" applies to Obama. Just more than four in ten (42 percent) said that it does while 57 percent said it does not. (It was the lowest that Obama scored on any of the six characteristic questions CNN asked in the survey.)
Cillizza discussed the consequences of the President's poor numbers:

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Bill Murphy | July 29, 2014 |
Terri Lynn Land spends countless hours traveling Michigan, speaking with its residents and outlining her plan to put the state first.

In this plan, she emphasizes her commitment to grow Michigan's economy:

Trade policies from Washington all too often dramatically harm our state’s economy and cost Michigan good-paying middle class jobs. I will only support trade agreements that put Michigan businesses and workers on a level playing field with other countries.
For more on Land's plan for free and fair trade, see the video above.

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Bill Murphy | July 29, 2014 |


We've already mentioned Bruce Braley's many gaffes: he mocked farmers, then (inaccurately) claimed to be one, and sued his neighbor after one of her hens wandered onto his property.

His neighbor, by the way, uses the hens to help "children who have mental health and communication issues."

I can't make this stuff up. Braley's gaffes are that bad.

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Bill Murphy | July 29, 2014 |

Photo credit: Michelle Nunn GA Facebook Profile

In a bombshell last week, Democratic Senator John Walsh was exposed as a plagiarist.

In a bombshell this week, Michelle Nunn was exposed as a DC consultant-driven fraud, after her entire campaign plan was leaked to the National Review. In response, the Nunn campaign did not dispute its authenticity.

The Marietta Daily Journal's front page says the leaked plan will have Nunn playing "damage control."

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Bill Murphy | July 29, 2014 |
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