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According to Nate Silver, HDBB has now a 77.7% chance of winning on November 6, up 2.9% compared to last week [3]. 

What's left, as Tom Engelhardt impeccably argues,[4] is HDBB investing in all manner of aerial/rhetorical contortions to prevent the world from exploding in his plumed face in the next 40 days. Then hawk, dove, butterfly and bee will gel into a bald eagle -- a formidable specimen flying over the wreckage of a dystopian future. 

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1.  Full speech: US President Barack Obama at UN , September 25, 2012
2.See  here
3. See  here
4.  Obama Against the World , TomDispatch.com 

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Pepe Escobar is the roving correspondent for Asia Times. His regular column, "The Roving Eye," is widely read. He is an analyst for the online news channel Real News, the roving correspondent for Asia Times/Hong Kong, an analyst for RT and (more...)
 
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over three centuries ago, 'L'hypocrisie est un hom... by mhenriday on Thursday, Sep 27, 2012 at 4:49:11 AM
for another excellent article. Keep 'em coming.... by intotheabyss on Thursday, Sep 27, 2012 at 7:12:39 PM