“If Obama wins, this could very well be our last free election!”

By Kasey Jachim

 

I have been active in our local Republican and Tea Party groups since 2008.  I currently volunteer at the local Romney Victory Office and have had an opportunity to meet some wonderful Patriots.  One thing I have noticed in the past few weeks is the fact that the Obama campaign is not getting the message!

Recently a young voter, who just turned 18, came in for signs and stickers.  He is so excited and enthusiastic about his ‘first time’ and is proud to be voting for Mitt Romney.  He is spreading the word around his community college and hopes to encourage other young conservatives to vote.

Another young voter, who is a recent college graduate looking for full-time employment, recently expressed her concern about the economy and lack of jobs for those entering the workforce.  She said she could afford her own birth-control if she had a decent full-time job, she didn’t need the government in her business.

A woman recently came in asking for a voter registration form.  She is 51 years old and will be voting for the ‘first time’ in her life.  She said this election is the most important in our lifetime and she is afraid for herself, her family and our country.

A lovely lady about 80 years young came in for some yard signs and expressed her concern over the administration’s ignorance regarding seniors.  She wondered ‘just how stupid Obama thinks seniors are.’  She said she was deeply concerned about the economy and the debt we are leaving our grandchildren much more than she was concerned about Medicare and Social Security.  I know that is why I am volunteering and writing this blog – not for me but for my innocent grandchildren who have no voice.

A gentleman came in to pick up Absentee Ballots for his grandparents who were too ill to go to the polls.  He said “Granny was upset that she might not be able to vote” so he was making sure she could and that her voice would be heard.

Several of us discussed how often people have mentioned prayer and how important and powerful it can be.  One of the volunteers said God gave us Obama to wake us up and may now be ready to help us.  I know I pray daily!

Finally, I met a gentleman who was visibly shaking and was so distraught over the thoughts of another four years of Obama he had tears in his eyes.  Several of us began reminiscing about our younger years of Memorial Day Parades, prayer in school, pride in America and all things made in America.  We then compared them to the current day destruction of America and all things made in America. The gentleman then looked at all of us and said, “I am afraid if Obama wins, this could very well be our last free election.”

After the chills subsided, I began another silent prayer.

Please reach out to those who may need assistance getting to the polls and encourage everyone you know to pray and to vote as if their life depended on it – because it just might.

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Allen West: Democrats Are ‘Afraid of Black Conservatives’

By Greg McDonald via Newsmax

Rep. Allen West lashed out Thursday against what he described as race baiting by Democrats determined to defeat his re-election bid this year and keep Mitt Romney out of the White House.

Speaking with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, the Florida Republican described a super PAC ad depicting him punching white women as racist because it portrays him as what he characterized as a “stereotypical” violent, black male.

“It has me with a gold tooth. And I think you can see from my smile, I don’t have a gold tooth,” West told Hannity. “I think that that is quite stereotypical. And then of course having me as an African-American male, punching a white senior woman and then another white woman, that is definitely not in concert with the values that I stand for.”

The ad being run by a political action committee in support of his Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy goes after West for “voting to end Medicare as we know it,” cutting women’s healthcare, and supporting a GOP budget that “has mauled middle-class families.”

“I don’t believe in violence against women. But this is what happens, Sean, when you’re in the age of [President Barack] Obama and the age [of ] the liberal progressives,” West told Hannity. “You cannot talk about the issues, they cannot run on any type of record, you cannot talk about the economy, the debt, and deficit.

“So these are the type of attacks against your character, the lies that they put out there,” he added.

West also recalled the attacks from Democrats after he made a speech kicking off his re-election campaign earlier this year, in which he said the growth in the nation’s food stamp program was “a new form of enslavement.”

“Of course, everyone on the left went absolutely idiotic and tried to condemn me about bringing up the specter of slavery. You know, it’s . . . hypocrisy,” West said.

He also noted that if Romney’s GOP running mate Paul Ryan had said what Vice President Joe Biden did about Republican policies putting black Americans “back in chains,” the Democrats would have gone “absolutely apoplectic.”

West said he believes the Democrats and the Obama campaign have adopted a strategy to go  after “black conservatives” in the Republican Party, including Condoleezza Rice and others because “we intimidate them.”

“They’re afraid of us because there are more of us that are able to stand up on our own and talk about the failures of liberal progressive policies, especially toward the black community,” West said. “They . . . definitely don’t want to have individuals that can stand up on their own.”

West said Democrats are playing the race card because “they want to make sure that they get that large voting electorate out there from the different communities.”

“They look at us as collectives, not as individuals,” he continued. “And you have to understand that this is going to continue to happen. And the president emanating from Chicago, it’s all about Chicago-style politics, it’s about fear and intimidation, it’s about lies and deceit.”

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Obama’s lost cause (WAPO – et tu???)

By Michael Gerson via The Washington Post

 

“We’re not going back. . . . We’re going forward,” President Obama said during his formal campaign kickoff in Ohio. This rallying cry was pedestrian, and appropriately so. Obama is no longer a leader on horseback. His campaign — on the evidence of its first day — will be a long, unimaginative, partisan march to the sea.

 

Gone are the vast ambitions of national progress and healing. In Ohio on Saturday, Obama made a methodical appeal to various voting blocks — college-educated women, gays, Hispanics. He waded into the culture war on abortion, something he rarely did four years ago. And he accused the GOP of trickle-down hostility to the middle class.

To every interest group, a sop. On every wedge issue, a swat. To every class enemy, a turn in the tumbrel. Obama has gone “forward” all the way to the strategy of Walter Mondale.The president may persuade voters with this message, but he apparently has given up trying to inspire them. And this is not a small thing, since the Obama brand once consisted mainly of inspiration.

The brand of the Obama reelection campaign, so far, is ruthlessness. It has accused Mitt Romney of being soft on Osama bin Laden. It has singled out some Romney donors by name for public attack. Romney, we are informed, enjoys shipping jobs abroad, which is “just what you’d expect from a guy who had a Swiss bank account.” Obama has accused Republican congressional opponents of social Darwinism and indifference to autistic children.

U.S. politics has a long history of ruthlessness, which is not always a Nixon-like negative. Franklin Roosevelt matched the ruthlessness of dictators in his defense of democracy. Lyndon Johnson ruthlessly broke filibusters in pursuit of civil rights legislation. Robert Kennedy reportedly joked about his reputation: “I am not ruthless. And if I find the man who is calling me ruthless, I shall destroy him.”

There is a political case for Obama’s early, hardball tactics. It has Democrats excited. Liberals — who have occasionally complained that Obama is not confrontational enough — are no longer complaining.

But there are downsides as well. Obama is already one of the most consistently polarizing presidents of the last 60 years. His current campaign strategy, win or lose, will deepen our national divisions. It was unreasonable to believe that Obama could reverse the long-term political trend toward polarization. But it is still sad when a leader ceases to fight the current.

Obama’s political identity is particularly vulnerable to inconsistency on this issue. More than any recent presidential candidate, his initial appeal was based on changing the political atmosphere. He would end the “partisan food fight.” There are no red or blue states, he said, just the United States.

Obama’s agenda, strategy and rhetoric are now solidly blue — perhaps for sound political reasons. But Obama’s talent for inspiration was the single most interesting thing about him as a politician. Without that aspiration, what is left of his appeal? This is the reason his Ohio speech seemed so boring, particularly in comparison to his speeches four years ago. There was little that couldn’t be said by any liberal politician, at any time. Obama has lost more than a campaign talking point; he has lost one of the main reasons for his rise.

What principle or purpose unites Obama’s initial campaign with his current reelection effort? There is little obvious continuity — apart from one, unchanging commitment. The cause that has outlasted hope and change is Obama himself.

There have always been two parts of Obama’s political persona, both of which were essential to his rapid advancement. There is the Hyde Park Obama, lecturing on constitutional law, quoting Reinhold Niebuhr and transcending old political divisions. There is also the South Side Obama, who rose in Chicago politics by doing what it takes.

This is not unusual. All politicians believe that their tenacity and competitiveness are servants to their idealism. But as the Hyde Park Obama fades, the South Side Obama becomes less appealing.

All of the atmospheric elements of politics — unity, bipartisanship and common purpose — are significantly worse than four years ago. This is not all Obama’s fault. But he is choosing — in a campaign so nasty, so early — to make it worse. At some point, ruthlessness just leaves ruins.

michaelgerson@washpost.com

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Liberal “Political Psychology” Propaganda

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh via Canada Free Press

Chris Mooney wrote an article for the Washington Post on “why Republicans and Democrats don’t just vote differently – their brains work differently too.”  He is the author of “The Republican Brain: The Science of Why they Deny Science – and Reality.”

Mooney, who has an English degree from Yale, wrote two other books, “Republican War on Science” and “Unscientific American.”

According to Mooney, political differences are no longer just about divergent philosophies, wealth, or lobbying, but about “political psychology.” “Political psychology” is psychobabble for pseudo-science. We know how many times throughout history real science has been wrong.

“Political psychology” is the ultimate euphemistic leftist talking points interpretation of why liberals and conservatives “hold wildly incompatible views on issues ranging from global warming to whether the president was born in the U.S. to whether his stimulus package created any jobs.”

As a conservative economist, I can address with most certainty that the President’s stimulus did not create any jobs, shovel-ready, green or otherwise, did not save jobs, and wasted billions and billions of taxpayer dollars while doubling our national debt in less than four years.

Mooney brands conservatives as “intellectually contorted and inconsistent” because they oppose Obamacare on the grounds that it was passed by a Democrat when Mitt Romney, a Republican, passed a similar law in Massachusetts.

I can speak for many friends who are logical conservatives. They oppose Obamacare not because it was passed by a Democrat in the middle of the night by twisting arms, through bribery and chicanery. They oppose it because it robs Americans of having control over their own bodies and their excellent health care. They oppose it because it is an unprecedented wealth and power shift of monumental proportion to the executive branch of the government. Conservatives oppose it because it is unconstitutional, we cannot afford it, it is bankrupting our country like most of his policies, it will destroy our current health care system and replace it with a sub-standard one, and last, but not least, Obamacare includes a 15-member death panel composed of non-medical personnel.

The unfortunately named The Affordable Health Care Choices Act of 2009 subsidizes care for all union members, union retirees and community organizations such as ACORN (p. 65, section 164)

Obamcare will provide insurance to all non-U.S. residents, even if they are here illegally. (p. 50, section 152)

The government will have real-time access to an individual’s bank account and will have the authority to make electronic fund transfers from those accounts. (pp. 58-59)

This bill does not apply to members of Congress who have well-funded private plans and are exempt from the Social Security system.

The government specifies which doctors can write an end-of-life order. (p. 429, lines 13-25)

The government mandates advance-care planning consultations. Social Security recipients will be required to attend an “end-of-life planning” seminar every five years. (p. 425, line 4-12)

I got Orwellian shivers when the author said, “There is now a large body of evidence showing that those who opt for the political left and those who opt for the political right tend to process information in divergent ways and to differ on any number of psychological traits.”

What non-sensical psychological surveys decided this outrageous piece of information? Freud studied five subjects when he made his monumental pronouncements on human behavior that had become the codex of liberals. Are we supposed to process information identically and think, act, and exhibit identical psychological traits? In addition, who would dictate the correct psychological traits that we must follow?

Liberals score higher on “openness to experience,” one of the “Big Five” personality traits, said Mooney. Conservatives are “less open, less exploratory, less in need of change.” Conservatives are “more conscientious, a trait that indicates they appreciate order and structure in their lives” but are “resistant to change.” How is that openness to laser-focused destructive change working out for liberals with 25 percent unemployment rate among young college graduates?

The religious right is so irrational, he says, that 43 percent of tea party people polled do not believe “that humans are the product of evolution.” Since when are polls and surveys scientific? Conservatives are called derisively the”religious right and the tea party people,” all rolled into one. He admits liberals have their irrationality but it is more rational, based on recent science such as vaccines causing autism. On the other hand, conservative irrational beliefs are over 100 years old such as the non-belief in evolution.

Mooney talks about the conservative divide over reality and the “need for cognitive closure.” Conservatives have a greater need for closure and are thus closed-minded while liberals are known for their openness.

A University of Maryland psychologist developed a scale to measure the need for closure. This study is based on non-scientific opinion survey statements such as, “I dislike questions which could be answered in many different ways,” and “In most social conflicts, I can easily see which side is right and which is wrong.”

I hate to burst this journalistic scientists’ bubble but most humans have a need for closure, regardless of political ideology. I do not consider a five-point scale opinion survey a scientific method that would show with measurable and visual accuracy how brains function differently in conservatives vs. liberals.

He continued, “Anti-evolutionists have been found to score higher on the need for closure.” Does the author label conservatives anti-evolutionists? My question is, are anti-evolutionists necessarily all conservatives?

“In the global warming debate, tea party followers not only strongly deny the science but also tend to say that they ‘do not need any more information’ about the issue.” Could that be because global warming is not a debate, it has been settled by liberals and only their opinions count? Could it be because a lot of the science has been doctored, hidden, altered, and misrepresented by environmentalist liberal agenders and we are tired of hearing about the glaring lies? Must liberals pick on tea party followers who tend to be conservative, are fiscally responsible, supporting the rest of the legal and illegal population, and are Taxed Enough Already?

According to the author, liberals do not have a monopoly on truth, however, “when they’re wrong, they are wrong differently.” Does that mean, if you are wrong and a liberal, you get a prize anyway because you participated in a competition and your self-esteem would be devastated without it?

I am still scratching my head trying to put order to this blatant propaganda attack on conservatism, tea party, religious beliefs, and intellectual ability of Americans who disagree with liberals.

Mooney concludes his piece with “Did the founders intend this to be a Christian nation?”

Yes, our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles and the attempt by liberals to revise history does not change this fundamental truth, no matter how they spin it.

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Mitt Romney and Allen West : A Match Made in Heaven

By Peter Paton via Tea Party Nation

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...

Mitt Romney is an extremely rich man and he has spent a tremendous amount of money in the Republican Primary Race to establish himself as the front runner, however he is not liked by a substantial amount of Republicans and Tea Party followers, who view Romney as being too liberal for their liking, and not connecting with them on a personal level. Apart from this disadvantage, Mitt if nominated, will face an incumbent President Barack Hussein Obama who has a $1 Billion Election War Chest, and who has a stranglehold on the Liberal Media and Press, who will undoubtedly run a ruthless  negative campaign to paint Mitt Romney as a devotee of Romneycare and other like minded Liberal policies when he was Governor of Massachuttess

To offset these disadvantages, there are some on the Right, who strongly feel that Mitt should pick the combative and black Congressman Allen West of Florida 22, who is deeply popular with the Tea Party, the ordinary rank and file Conservative on the street, and the Jewish Right, and who would bring a degree of charisma and populist appeal to the ticket, and greatly increase Romney’s chances of defeating Obama in November 2012. Colonel Allen West would be key to Romney securing the crucial swing blue collar States of Florida, North Carolina, Indiana, Pennsylvannia and Illinois. West would also be the perfect pick to help Romney to eat into Obama’s Black, Jewish and Latino support which will be of paramount importance to who eventually wins the Presidential Race.

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Republicans: Black America’s True Friend

By Lloyd Marcus via Tea Party Nation

Black pundits say that to be black and Republican makes one a despicable race-traitor worthy of no-holds-barred punishment. As a black conservative Republican, I’m not frightened by this; it just angers and frustrates me.

My frustration comes from the knowledge that those claiming to have black America‘s empowerment and best interest at heart are the “elephant-in-the-room” problem. They lie to black America. Who are “they”? They are democrats committed to keeping blacks viewing themselves as victims. They are racist bitter black politicians with huge chips on their shoulders, seeking eternal “payback” for America’s original sin of slavery. These black politicians are rewarded by the democrats for delivering black votes.

So there you have it, black America: these are your so-called advocates. And how do they help you? They lie to you. They tell you that 70% of black youths dropping out of high school is not your fault. They tell you that prisons filled with black males is not their fault. They tell you that 80% of black kids growing up without a father is not your fault. They tell you that black genocide – half of black pregnancies ending in abortion — is not your fault.

They tell you English is too difficult to learn and that standards must be lowered. They tell you that blacks who speak correct English are traitors trying to be white. They tell you that despite the fact that showing proper ID is required to board an airplane and a za-gillion other things, requiring ID to vote will disenfranchise blacks. Thus, their message is that blacks are too stupid to acquire ID.

When I was growing up in the black ghetto of east Baltimore, several corners had grocery stores owned by Jews. Later the Jews were replaced by Asians. Huge families lived upstairs, and their store was down stairs.

The community resented Jewish and Asian store owners in black neighborhoods. I always thought, “Why?” These people did not receive a start-up check from the government. They took a risk. They rented in the black ghetto because it was cheaper. They worked long hours. Experience taught them to install a wall of bullet proof glass, separating them from their customers. Fourteen, fifteen family members lived above their businesses. These Jewish and Asian people were pursuing the American Dream the best way they knew how. What was stopping their black customers from doing the same thing? Answer: In many cases, blacks were relying on democrat welfare programs.

I hear you – democrat brainwashed fellow blacks yelling at me: Lloyd, you Uncle Tom SOB! America is racist, and blacks did not have a fair shot in those days!

Yes, racism was an issue in those days. But how do you explain the entrepreneurial success of black millionaires in Harlem in the 1920s?

Blacks have been congressmen and business owners in America since the 1800s. And yet, democrats continue to tell us that we are incapable of finding our way to acquire an ID.

Democrats and bitter, small-minded blacks insist on forcing blacks into their “black box”. They say authentic blacks must have had a “ghetto experience”.

When the Bill Cosby Show first hit TV, it was highly criticized because the sitcom black father was a doctor and his family lived in a nice home. I heard the same criticism of Diahann Carroll in her TV sitcom, Julia in which she played a successful black nurse – not reflective of the black experience. The Cosby Show and Julia were outside of the democrat-promoted “black box”.

In my youth, I met a black Master Swordsman. Excited, I carted him around to black community centers because I wanted black kids to see that blacks could be successful in fields beyond entertainment and sports.

Despite blacks succeeding today in almost every area of American life, democrats continue to portray black Americans as still getting-the-short-end-of-the-stick. Democrats promote an image of the authentic black experience as a majority in need of government entitlements, as people who can’t find their way to acquire ID – sitting at home watching Maury on TV, anxiously awaiting for the results of the DNA test to discover the name of Keysha’s baby’s daddy. This is the democrat’s black America.

This is not black advocacy or empowerment. It is demeaning, humiliating and crippling. Why can’t my fellow blacks see this obvious truth?

I am a Republican because the Republican Party respects my intelligence – no special concessions or lowered standards.

In the 1950’s, my dad was one of the first blacks to break the racist color barrier into the Baltimore Fire Department. The white firefighters rejected my dad and made conditions horrific for him. Still, dad won “Firefighter Of The Year” two times. That’s what I am talking about!

Given the opportunity, in their typical denigrating of black intellect, democrats would argue that requirements for Firefighter Of The Year be lowered to give my dad a “fair” shot at it. Lowered standards would have robbed dad of the dignity and pride of his achievement. Thank God such was not the case.

Dad, a black man, won Firefighter Of The Year because he was the best! Yes, I am a black conservative Republican and proud of it. All you blacks who think the democrats are your friends, wake up and smell the betrayal.

Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American

Chairman – www.CampaignToDefeatObama.com

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Kasey’s Note:  Republicans have a history of supporting blacks while Democrats have a history of outright racism.  During Reconstruction, 23 blacks were elected to Congress — all Republicans. The 1st black Democrat elected in 1935.  After the Civil War, the 13th amendment, which abolished slavery, was passed by a 100 % Republican vote; only 23 percent of the Democrats joined in.  When the 14th Amendment, which acknowledged and granted blacks rights as citizens of the US, passed with 94% Republican participation; not a “single” Democrat voted for it.  The 15th Amendment, which granted blacks the right to vote, passed with 98% of Republicans voting for it and 97% of Democrats voting against it.  Democrats regained power in South after violently beating and killing Republicans and blacks. Read: History Of The United States Of America, Part Five

The Democrats have been far more racist than the Republicans or the Tea Party.  Thank goodness we have a large and growing number of black conservatives.  Many are seeing through the smoke and mirrors and also fear for our country!  Thank you Lloyd!

 

Confidence: Why Obama Loses In A Landslide

By John Wiseman via Tea Party Nation

Much has been written and said about why and how Barack Obama became elected our 44th President. Every, “expert,” and his brother has sounded off with some reason or another. I have heard some of the most nuanced and smart sounding crap in explanation of this, as if a vote were indeed some great mystery of the ages, that only those with decades spent in earnest study could possibly decipher.

After all of that, here is the reason. Barack Obama was elected to be our chief executive because 52% if Americans strategically located in our various states believed, rightly or wrongly, that he would be the best choice to create an environment where they would experience the greatest improvement in their living standards. While the sentence is longer than I wanted it to be, the concept is still very simple. We, as Americans want to to enjoy the best possible standard of living that we can carve out for ourselves. Two points about this standard of living. One, we like enjoying the fruits of our labors, and we like working for those rewards. Two, we like doing it for ourselves, and feeling necessary. Being needed, is as basic a human instinct as breathing. In as much as people end up voting for the Socialized protections afforded by left of center benefactors, it is invariably because they have been scared into believing that some bogey man was waiting around the corner to steal away from them the fruits of their labors.

Here is why I believe that in 10 months time, Barack Obama will take his well deserved place as an ex President. His campaign in 2012 will not be based on convincing Americans that his policies will lead to a greater standard of living for them. He has no choice but to convince Americans that they can not have the standard of living that they want to have. He instead will try to manage expectations to the point where people are willing to expect a lower standard of living based upon the mistaken belief that the successful people in our society won’t let them have what they have earned. Class envy, fear of his competitors, manufactured crises, and a message of soaking the rich to benefit the collective is what his 2012 campaign will be about.

Over the last two years, I have been involved in several spirited debates about how electable Barack Obama is or isn’t. During each debate, three major points always seem to come up, and neither one mind you involves any actual discussion on his agenda. One, Obama is viewed as some sort of Messianic figure by a number of his supporters. Two, the main stream media is in the tank for all things left of center and will not ever question, vet, investigate, nor even report on the goings on in the Obama world. Three, his war chest will be $1 Billion. I will stipulate to two of those three points, and I still believe that he is toast. Here is why.

While it is true that many bought previously the Obama is some sort of transcendent figure, he himself is now actively campaigning against that view. Think about it for a moment. 4 years ago, while he accepted the nomination for his party as candidate Obama, he proclaimed that this was the moment when the Earth began to heal, and the waters began to recede. Compare that with his latest State of the Union address, where he redefined the American Dream as people just wanting a decent place to live and the ability to have free health care, in order to avoid bankruptcy. Telling Americans that they can not work hard to determine for themselves, what lifestyles they ultimately get to enjoy, is not a winning message to deliver. The last 4 political candidates for our Presidency that delivered this message are, in order of appearance, George McGovern, Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, and Michael Dukakis. I would understand if those names mostly do not ring any bells, as history as rendered them to the deserved place of obscurity that they all so richly belong. Jimmy Carter did become our 39th President, but not based on his malaise message, that wonderful campaign platform did not happen until after his policies reached their inevitable failure. So, when Barack Obama resurrected the moth balled Carter ideas, the same inevitable failure naturally followed. The same message of accept the malaise has also followed. This message is a loser, no matter how much money little Barry has to spread it with.

Yes the media performed a disservice to all Americans for their lack of any type of attempt to vet Barack Obama, their complete lack of candor in accurately or even actually reporting on what his agenda would look like, their obvious cheer leading for his candidacy, their filtering of news to report for the express purpose of swaying public sentiment and thus opinion. The simple fact is, that this remains far easier to do with candidate Obama than it will be for President Obama. Americans have seen the Marxist Agenda, and they do not like it one little bit. We have outlets for our voices as well, and there are some things that have already been forgotten.

A short list to follow here. He used his political capital and the first two years of his Presidency passing three massively destructive pieces of legislation during the worst recession since WWII, none of the three had anything to with solving our economic problems. That legislation includes the Bailouts, Obamacare, and Dodd Frank. I expect who ever is our nominee to help their fellow Americans to remember this. He purchased weapons and gave them away to Mexican Drug Lords for the express purpose of promoting violent crime so that he could sway public opinion to be more amenable towards fire arms regulation. (He purposefully sought the death of American citizens in order to push gun control.) He lied to the American People about anything related to the, “Green Economy,” in order to push for his initiatives which turned out to be nothing more than his Marxist leanings legislated or pushed by executive fiat, and to pay off his campaign donors. Once the whole crony capitalism empire started to collapse, he doubled down and is still out there touting businesses and industries which have already gone bankrupt. The entirety of the Middle East and North Africa are in flames, and currently in the hands of the very same people who flew planes into the Pentagon and the WTC. We actually fought along side of those very same evil thugs in the case of Libya, and have heralded the arrival of those same thugs in the case of Egypt. I don’t know when I’ve felt so proud. Our national debt has gone from a serious problem to being a point of despair that makes me look back to the days of $450 Billion deficits as the good old days of responsibility. Gasoline is on the way to $5 per gallon, and the President’s answer is to force it higher so that we will all use public transportation or spend a massive amount of money on his electric cars, which will still rely on electricity. This will be a problem as well, since he has stated that his goal is to bankrupt the coal burning power plants, even though they account for the vast majority of our electrical productive capacity.

I could keep going on, but I believe that we should all get the point by now. Don’t despair, Whether it be Gingrich, whom I like, Santorum, or Romney, Barack Obama will have a long and healthy life, during which he will be reminded daily that the American People rejected both him and his ideas by an overwhelming margin. To make this vision a reality, all we need do is not to lose faith, to keep spreading the word, and to get out there and cast our votes when the time comes.

Cross Posted at Musings of a Mad Conservative.