Tag Archives: 2012 Presidential candidates

Biden Unhinged in VP Debate, while Ryan exuded self-control

  Last night’s Vice Presidential debate did put more pressure on Vice President Biden, who was tasked with delivering the same old progressive talking points about taxes, foreign policy, abortion, and health care – albeit with a little more spiritedness.  However, the pervasive grinning, smiling, and interrupting came off as egregiously arrogant and condescending.  Biden… Read More »

Six Trillion Dollar Man: A Lyrical Evisceration of Obama

Justen Charters, co-founder of Resistance 44, is sick of Obamanomics.  After all, President Obama  is “the six trillion dollar man” who “doesn’t have a budget plan”  and “basic economics is something he doesn’t understand.”  Enjoy! #obamastyle P.S. Justen, you didn’t make this song – somebody else made this happen.

ACORN, SEIU and Now Obama For America

James O’Keefe, who made headlines for his undercover investigations of ACORN and SEIU, has released the first video in a reportedly bombshell series of investigations into voter registration fraud and unlawful election practices by the president’s reelection campaign, Organizing for America. The video clearly exposes a paid employee of OFA in Texas helping an undercover… Read More »

Who Should Get Credit for “Saving” the Auto Industry?

First, before I start, I need to get this out there: I was/am firmly against the auto industry “bailouts.” I don’t care who did it; I do not believe the government should have rewarded poor business decisions. It’s quite simple in my book. If you make good business decisions, you survive. If you don’t, you… Read More »

Romney Destroys Obama in First Debate, Left-wingers Go Nuts

We all got a shot of life Wednesday night from Mitt Romney.  I received a lot of flak, and some insults, for my previous post castigating Romney for lacking joie de vivre, but he came out swinging and left the president looking for his teleprompter.  While some posted polls in the comment section to show Romney’s campaign… Read More »

Liberal on Liberal Violence, MSNBC’s Fineman Calls Lehrer ‘Useless’ and criminally negligent

MSNBC contributor Howard Fineman lamented how the president was on the defensive concerning his first bout with Republican nominee Mitt Romney last night.  Jim Lehrer, who moderated the October 3 debate, has a history of bias that is usually cloaked with his soporific disposition. However, Fineman seemed agitated to the point of calling Lehrer “useless”… Read More »

Voices Without A Vote

These are the voices of our future. Their future hangs in the balance. They can’t vote. But you can. Liberty is never more than one generation from extinction. And they are that generation! YouTube Description: The teenagers who speak in this video belong to http://www.im2moro.org. These young people realize that if they don’t stand up… Read More »

The Debate #Fail No One is Talking About

It’s no surprise Obama lost the debate, even for his own campaign. The Obama camp floated the idea that the president would be under-prepared for the debate early last week. Jim Messina, arguably the brains behind the president’s campaign strategy, had a nationwide campaign conference call outlining just that. Even the president himself joined the… Read More »

Obama looked weak, out-of-place next to Romney at debate

In the barely-moderated presidential debate held today, Mitt Romney came with his A-game and the President appeared as though he would rather have been anywhere else. President Obama spent much of the debate staring down at his podium with an occasional smirk on his face while Romney looked confident and appeared genuinely interested in what… Read More »

Obama Trumps Romney in Social Media Battle, Google Survey Finds

WINDHAM, N.H., Oct. 3, 2012  — When it comes to being savvy at social media and online persuasion, Barack Obama is better than Mitt Romney — at least according to the results of a recent Google Survey: “Who’s Better at Social Media and Online Persuasion: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?” Querying 2,500 Internet users nationwide,… Read More »