Sorry this is a couple of days late; I got back on-line at home Monday evening by signing up with Clear and getting one of their modems. Hopefully my brother and I can stay on-line for quite awhile now at a much lower price.

I'm sure there's quite a bit of supporters (and not-so-supporters) of President Obama here at the Nexus. No doubt, Mitt Romney's campaign has been less than stellar (and if you're REALLY honest with yourself, you'll realize that), though it's been nothing like Bob Dole's campaign in 1996. But despite all that, Obama's election is STILL his to lose. How? My buddy David 2, in his BRUTALLY HONEST commentary this week, explains why:

As always, your thoughts and opinions are welcome, either here or on David's page. Comments made here will be forwarded to David.

Thanks for reading. BRUTALLY HONEST (the radio show) airs at 8 ET/5 PT Mondays on ShockNet Radio (, but the season will end with the Nov. 5 program. Here's some information from David about what's going on:

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