Earlier, Galupo outlined five things to watch for in the debate, and noted that things may be getting tough for Obama. Samuel Goldman argued that conservatives are like cockroaches and will find a way to survive a second Obama term. Scott McConnell found the old pact between liberal establishment Protestantism and Zionism may be faltering. Rod Dreher reflected on the thin line between art and pornography and his love for Paris.
Larison predicted that war with Iran is more likely under a Romney administration and felt that in general Romney’s foreign policy is likely to be a return to the failed foreign policy of the Bush years. Finally, Kelley Vlahos highlighted the Department of Veterans Affairs’ neglect of veterans exposed to toxic open-air burn pits, and Richard M. Reinsch II reviewed Christina Shelton’s Alger Hiss: Why He Chose Treason.