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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Robert F. Bauer
A top attorney for President Obama's campaign and the Democratic National Committee predicted Wednesday that new voter-identification laws passed in a number of states will have a minimal impact on turnout in the fall elections, saying that Democrats have made "significant progress" in blunting their effects and that he thinks the country will likely avoid electoral "Armageddon."
When, early last decade, Republicans were persuaded to accept the entitlement state as a permanent fixture, they abandoned plans to reduce government's role and harnessed it for their own purposes.
The liberal media may have lost interest in the Obama administration's sleazy job offers to two potential Senate candidates, but the White House shouldn't breathe too easily just yet. Republican congressmen and alternative media remain on the hunt for answers, and for justice.
Robert F. Bauer, chief counsel for President Obama's re-election campaign, told a University of Maryland forum last week that he doesn't think the new state voter-ID laws will have much impact on voter turnout in the fall, saving that Democrats have made "significant progress" in blunting the effects of the new laws.