Thursday, March 29, 2012


March 29, 2012

Can We Learn Something from the Classics about Vetting Obama?

By Monte Kuligowski

In contemporary America, the examination of candidates is thought to be done by the free press prior to the election.  But when serious vetting of the winning candidate has not occurred, we have a predicament: judges have ruled that citizens have no standing to enforce eligibility requirements because of the election.
In such a system, the incalculable power of the unified media to create impressions and manufacture public opinion means that election results may be engineered and shielded from substance and sound judgment.

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