Here is video of Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace confronting Obama Campaign Adviser David Axelrod about the reality of Absentee/Early Voting in Ohio. You see from the numbers in the screenshot below, that the Democrats have none done as well as in 2008, and the Republicans are up – essentially wiping out the margin by which Obama won in 2008. If – IF the GOP turnout for Romney is big in Ohio on Tuesday, he should win the state. We’ll know in about 48 hours.
Here is video of Gallup’s Frank Newport talking to Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday” today. Newport discussed their polling that shows Mitt Romney leading Barack Obama by a six-point (7-point lead today). Newport said Romney really moved up over the past week, and they show Romney leading in the Battleground States by 4-points. Newport did not back down an inch in the face of the Obama Campaign’s criticism of their findings.
Here is “Fox News Sunday” host, Chris Wallace, pointing out yesterday that it has now been 1,617 days since Barack Obama agreed to appear on “Fox News Sunday.” This, despite his having pledged to “not be a stranger” to the show when he appeared on it in April 2008. Wallace said Obama has been invited every week for years to appear for an interview, but has been unwilling to do so.
Obama knows he would get tough, substantive questions from Chris Wallace, something other than, “What’s your favorite color?”
Here is video of Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace destroying Obama Adviser Robert Gibbs by calling President Obama out for his refusal to meet with World Leaders in New York this coming week, like Benjamin Netanyahu. The Israeli Prime Minister asked to meet with Obama, but was turned down.
Wallace asked Gibbs why Obama has time “to meet with Whoopi Goldberg, but not World Leaders.” Gibbs tried to blow it off, but Wallace would not let go.
More from Obama’s U.N. Ambassador, Susan Rice. This time on “Fox News Sunday” where Chris Wallace was disbelieving that Rice was actually continuing the Obama line that the attacks on U.S. Embassies and Consulates in more than 20 countries – all Islamic – were not attacks directed at the United States and our policies, but rather was just outrage sparked by the movie posted on YouTube! The more they apologize for the film, the more they embolden the radical Muslims around the world. Chris Wallace hinted at that by telling Rice that “critics” of Obama say the weakness they are showing in the face of these attacks are because “our allies no longer trust us and our enemies no longer fear us.” That’s a very good way of saying it.
Soon the mythological Dem narrative will evolve from: the film not only caused the planned attacks, but M. Romney was its executive producer— David Limbaugh (@DavidLimbaugh) September 17, 2012
Here is video of Mitt Romney adviser Ed Gillespie on “Fox News Sunday” today where he talked with host Chris Wallace about the latest devastating jobs report that came out on Friday showing the Unemployment Rate increased to 8.2%. When asked his reaction, Gillespie said it shows Barack Obama’s “policies are hostile to job creators.
Here is video from Fox News Sunday today where Chris Wallace paid tribute to his late father, Mike Wallace, who died April 7, 2012, at the age of 93.
Here is video of Sen. Rick Santorum on “Fox News Sunday” today where he insisted he would stay in the GOP Presidential Race until someone gets the required 1,144 delegates to win the Nomination.
Chris Wallace asked Santorum if he “feels added pressure” to get out of the GOP race with Mitt Romney getting key endorsements from Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Paul Ryan. Santorum responded, “No,” and said “we are not even to halftime yet.” He pointed out all of Romney’s advantages and yet, “he cannot close the deal.”
Santorum certainly does not sound like a guy planning to get out of the race anytime soon.
Here is video of a good discussion by the Fox News Sunday Panel on the upcoming Supreme Court Hearings on the constitutionality of ObamaCare. The Supreme Court will hear arguments beginning tomorrow, and continuing for three days. They are expected to issue a ruling in June. The panel believes it could go either way, with the Wall Street Journal’s Paul Gigot believing it could end up 7-2 to uphold the Law or 5-4 against.
Either way, Chris Wallace believes it’s a loss for Obama, because if it is upheld, the American public will see that the only way to get rid of ObamaCare is to vote Obama out of office. If it is struck down, Obama loses a lot of credibility because it is the signature accomplishment of his Presidency. Brit Hume absolutely agree with that, and added that whether in the short run or long term, ObamaCare is toast, because the expensive entitlement model it follows is simply something the nation cannot afford economically. Eventually, he said, it will collapse if it is not struck down by the Supreme Court.