I think the answer is Yes, for a couple of reasons. The most obvious is his re-election effort affected by Corvette Syndrome–taking credit for and bragging about national security events or accomplishments may give people the impression that he’s tough and cares about the country. Just like men who feel the need to drive around in cars that are meant to signal something they feel deficient in. In other words, legitimate accomplishment doesn’t need to brag or advertise.
The other reason so many people are unwilling to touch is the fact that Obama, throughout his term, has done things to harm this country. So why stop now? It may be subconscious, but you can’t have this much destruction at every level to have it be simple bad luck. Even a broken clock is right twice a day–in order to be this much of a mess Obama has to be working at it. I contend Obama is deliberately doing as much damage as possible to punish us for rejecting him and to make President Romney’s job even more difficult. Not only will Romney have to face an economic disaster, but now he’ll be contending with the aftermath of a president who is revealing national security secrets to the entire world as we arguably plunge toward war on various fronts.
You got to go to his site now and read all the pages!
Hilarious, and yet, I agree with him on so many of his points.
Heck I would vote for him!
Check this site out. Some great posters for sale here. Oh, posters just for conservatives!
Now I can understand why back in WWII the jews went so willingly to their deaths. Just check out the liberal jews in America today and what they believe.
Jewish voters still prefer President Barack Obama over Republican nominee Mitt Romney, according to a new poll released on Thursday by the Workmen’s Circle.
The poll was conducted by a team led by Professor Steven M. Cohen.
Among Jews, the Democratic President out-polls the Republican candidate by 59 percent to 27 percent, with 14 percent undecided. If the undecided voters split similarly, Obama would out-poll Romney by a 68 percent to 32 percent margin among Jewish voters.
The issues driving the Jewish vote, according to the poll, are economic justice including regulating financial institutions, support for progressive taxation, and the argument that government should do more to help the needy.
“These are extremely significant polling numbers. They offer a snapshot of the American Jewish community regarding the values and issues that are the highest priorities, though these are not the issues that are front and center in our communal debate,” Madelon Braun, the president of the Workmen’s Circle, said in a statement Thursday.
To the question ‘how fair do you think our present federal tax system is?’ only 2 perecnt answered ‘very fair,’ while 46 percent answered ‘not too fair’ and 30 percent said ‘not fair at all.’
It’s time we build a fence along California’s eastern border:
Illegal immigrants will no longer have to fear losing their vehicles during routine traffic stops if a bill passed by the Assembly becomes law.
AB1993 would allow people caught driving without a license to call a licensed driver to retrieve their vehicle.
(from a comment: Supporters never complain about police being pulled away from their duties to enforce the law, instead they soon will have to stand around while an illegal makes his phone a friend to come drive his heap home. The next day the same illegal will be in the same car driving on the same roads and chances are slim to none he will be pulled over, if pulled over, phone a friend. Change will not happen until illegals are caught and released and on another day on the same roads in the same car, be out there driving drunk or high and kills someone, in a hit and run accident, only then could this bill might go away . But I want hold my breath. Illegals have more rights than Americans.)
All states should do this! Plus ban planned parenthood!
NEW ORLEANS, June 1 (Reuters) — The Louisiana state House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a bill that would prohibit abortion beyond 20 weeks after fertilization unless the mother’s life is in danger.
Georgia a month ago became the seventh state to ban most or all abortions after 20 weeks. Alabama, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Nebraska and North Carolina also have such restrictions.
Under the Louisiana measure, doctors who violate the 20-week provision could face up to two years in prison.
Senate President John Alario, who introduced the bill, earlier agreed to an amendment requested by the Louisiana State Medical Society that would absolve physicians from penalties if they perform an abortion to protect the life of a pregnant woman. Otherwise, a violation would subject a doctor to fines and imprisonment.
The bill, which already received nearly unanimous approval of the Senate, received a minor technical amendment in the House on Friday, so it returns to the Senate for a final vote. Lawmakers are widely expected to give the measure approval within the next few days.
Representative Frank Hoffman, who shepherded the bill in the House, said it will solidify the state’s reputation as a “pro-life” state.
Julie Mickelberry, public affairs director at Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, criticized the House action.
“Today, legislators ignored the health care needs of Louisiana women,” she said in a statement. “Doctors, not politicians, should decide what is in the best interest of their patients.”
The bill passed the House by a vote of 96-0, and 72 House members signed on as co-authors.
Bill and Hillary should both retire to their house in New York and sit around and do anything but go out in public!
Just four days out from the Wisconsin’s historic gubernatorial recall election, former president Bill Clinton and Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett could only draw a small crowd to a rally Friday on Barrett’s home turf.
As the Associated Press notes, the crowd numbered only in the “hundreds,” a sign of the enthusiasm gap between Democrats and Republicans that has appeared in some polls. Overcast weather and the short notice of the event (it was announced just yesterday) may have depressed turnout. But a sitting mayor of a Democratic city and a popular former Democratic president still should have been able to draw more than hundreds of people on Friday if Barrett supporters were fired up and ready to go. Congressman Paul Ryan has been known to draw hundreds of people to some of his townhall meetings in the Milwaukee exurbs.
Before Clinton’s 18-minute speech, rally-goers were treated to a poem and song, “Hit the Road Scott,” by Rep. Gwen Moore. “This guy is 65-years old and he’s getting hit on by porn stars,” one rally goer could be heard gushing over Clinton in anticipation of his arrival. “This guy is a god.”
But under his breath he was heard to say that “obama is a great job destroyer”.
David Axelrod, a senior adviser to President Obama’s reelection campaign, said Sunday that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney does not have a record of a “job-creator.”
Speaking on CBS’s Face the Nation, Axelrod said the former Massachusetts governor shouldn’t be considered an expert on the economy. Romney’s record in government and in the private sector was not about creating jobs, according to the Obama adviser.
“No one’s arguing whether Mitt Romney’s qualified to be president. What we’re arguing is whether he’s qualified to call himself a job-creator,” Axelrod said. “That’s not what he did in business. That’s not the purpose of his business. And that’s not certainly what he did in Massachusetts, where they had one of the worst economic records in the country.”
Yet another liberal ass actor who thinks….
I think Mayor Michael Bloomberg is right. At least in spirit. The need to understand and then decisively act upon the latest findings regarding sugar consumption, diabetes, overall nutritional guidelines and policies, and the public health crisis created by the U.S. obesity epidemic is urgent. This is true for both children and adults.
At first, my response to Bloomberg’s critics was more visceral. Some libertarian types don’t mind government intervention in the matrimonial decisions of gay men and women. They look the other way at wars fought in our name in places they can’t find on a map. They want courts to get involved when they want to tear down the wall between Church and State.
However, the public outcry over previous attempts to stop food stamp recipients from using their benefits to purchase soda and “sports drinks” and Bloomberg’s current proposal are indicative of how deep the problem runs in America.
Food is a drug. At least in the way it is marketed today, which is significantly different from when I grew up. As a child, sweets were referred to as “treats,” and were dispensed far more judiciously than they are today. The proliferation of fast food restaurants that serve high fat, high sugar meals, as well as places like Dunkin Donuts, which are simply sugar dispensaries, has evolved as well.
A quarter-pound hamburger with cheese, fries and a Coke was what you had after playing in a football game. And typically once a week. Gatorade, the granddaddy of sports drinks, was gulped on the gridiron or diamond or basketball court during a game. You didn’t eat those meals or drink those beverages everyday.
I recently lost over 30 pounds by giving up the lion’s share of refined sugar in my diet and reducing my intake of pasta, rice and bread. I switched to almond milk and have reduced my dairy consumption significantly.
An attractive blonde from Cork , Ireland arrived at the casino. She seemed a little intoxicated and bet twenty-thousand Euros on a single roll of the dice.
She said, ‘I hope you don’t mind, but I feel much luckier when I’m completely nude’.
With that, she stripped from the neck down, rolled the dice and with an Irish brogue yelled, ‘Come on, baby, Mama needs new clothes!’
As the dice came to a stop, she jumped up and down and squealed…’YES! YES! I WON, I WON!’
She hugged each of the dealers and then picked up her winnings and her clothes and quickly departed.
The dealers stared at each other dumbfounded.
Finally, one of them asked, ‘What did she roll?’
The other answered, ‘I don’t know – I thought you were watching.’
MORAL OF THE STORY -
Not all Irish are drunks, not all blondes are dumb, but all men…
City University of New York has identified a new minority: “White/Jewish” I think then, we should have a new minority: White/Iowan!
“Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on the sidelines of a summit in Beijing next week as tensions rise over Tehran’s nuclear drive, a Kremlin official said.”
A modern day Potsdam conference?
As we’ve stated before, the world does not respect the United states anymore. There was a time is the not so distant past where the United States would not be excluded from such a meeting.
In light of Iran’s apparent nuclear ambitions (which are difficult to dispute), you think the United States would have their hand in all diplomatic activity on this front. I find it hard to believe we trust Russia and China to have our best interests, and the worlds, at heart. Russia is interested only in restoring their past glory as a world Super Power, and China is working towards removing the United States as the only one. – - Read More
In an interview with B&C’s Andrew Morabito, Rachel Maddow offered her insight into the cable news ratings game.
“Right now, nobody is paying attention. Cable news ratings are down across the board. The less you talk about the election, the more your ratings go up.”
Notwithstanding the fact that ratings almost always drop at the onset of Summer, let’s look into this a bit.
I find it hard to believe nobody’s paying attention to what’s been hyped as the most important election of our lifetime. I can’t get through a day without seeing, hearing or reading a story about the upcoming election, the faux “War on Women”, “The War on Blacks”, the Occupy Protests or the renewed Freedom of Reproductive Choice debate.
I’m inundated with stories that Billy makes more money than Sam, so Sam should give more to Billy, If we don’t pass universal healthcare, the nation will go to hell in a hand basket, and I receive constant mail requesting money for a variety of election related causes. That’s in addition to the countless emails from organizations like MoveOn asking for my support in the fight against voter fraud and a variety of other issues. – - Read More
Remember this come november! Romney and the republicans should push this message constantly!
FOX is going liberal for sure!
Fox News executives took down a damning video as they are comparing the “Hope and Change” hype of Barack Obama. Fox decided to compare what it was like before Obama took office and after completing 3 and ½ years in office. Without prior consent to upper level management, the video was taken down because Fox is afraid of an Obama backlash. The promises Obama made before he became president did not meet the expectation of the American people. During his campaign, Obama promise he won’t increase the debt for our children to pay. However, Obama increased the national debt to 15.7 trillion from 10 trillion. Obama promised that creating jobs are the number one priority. Before he took office, unemployment rate was 7.8%. Currently, it is 8.3% and climbing. Also,Obama said that he would take more people out of poverty. However, the Obama Administration believed that a food stamp program will stimulate the economy, which brought 46.2 million people into the program from 28.2 million. Obama promised a rescue plan for the middle class, which was absolutely absurd. Obama’s rescue plan increase the price of gas to $3.68/gal from $2.50/gal, price of beef to $3.01/lb from $2.35/lb, price of pork to $3.75/lb from $4.60/lb, and price of bread to $2.05 from $1.97. Obama promised that his policy would help more families to save for the future. However, the failed policy made housing market, spending, jobs, and consumer confidence worst. Thus, the American family with no saving jumped to 23.4% from 18.5%. Ironically, this is what Obama said as he will continue with his “Hope and Change” motto in this election.