DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:
 
Mitt Romney blunders again on taxes

Mitt Romney’s plan to cut taxes for both the rich and the middle class is "mathematically impossible," asserts Greg Sargent at The Plum Line.
 
Bad for business
According to a new poll, small-business owners no longer support the president, writes the Washington Free Beacon staff.

Fox & Friends flubs data to distort Obama’s economic record again

Sahil Kapur from Talking Points Memo argues that "Fox & Friends" manipulated statistical data in order to criticize government spending during the Obama administration.
 
Libyan president contradicts Obama

By stating that the Libyan embassy attack was a “pre-planned act of terrorism,” the president of Libya challenges the Obama administration’s message, suggests Jessica Stanton at The Daily Caller.


OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

US stages boycott at United Nations as Ahmadinejad calls for new world order

According to The Hill’s Julian Pecquet, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s U.N. speech caused walkouts and boycotts from the U.S. and Israeli delegations.

Polls: Obama widening lead in key states Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania

President Obama widens his lead over GOP challenger Mitt Romney in the prize battleground states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, reports The Hill's Meghashyam Mali.