Will ObamaCare’s Disasters & Benghazi Affect Obama’s Popularity in 2014? A Right-Left Radio Debate on the Alan Nathan Show

Will ObamaCare’s disastrous rollout affect Obama’s popularity in 2014? How about the Benghazi coverup? Can Obama help his poll numbers by discussing income inequality?

For those with an interest, here is an audio recording of my latest weekly debate with Democratic strategist Bob Weiner on the Main Street Radio Network’s Alan Nathan Show.

As usual, the conversation had raucous moments, particularly (in my mind) after Bob tried to excuse cabinet- and presidential-level dishonesty on Benghazi by pivoting to Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. No doubt Bob has beefs about a few of my points as well.



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