Romney on Obama: Liar, indifferent to economic suffering, divisive and hateful
Sounds about right which makes Mitt the GOP’s best nominee since Reagan and toughest on Democrats ever This former Democrat has lived to drive a stake through the place a heart would normally be on the life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness blood-sucking vampire that is my former party since my Summer of 2001 conservative epiphany. I know how rotten is the smell of the | Read More »
Memo to McCain-Palin: Does Biden employ a hooded Muslim Sister?
Why do Republicans feel compelled to give presidential campaign ticket advice to Democrats and where is all this undeserved love and respect for Hillary coming from? Yes, Vice President Joe Biden is a dullard that regularly repeats Democratic Party lies, up to and including that Republicans want to put Blacks back in chains and reduce Medicare for current seniors. And yes, he regularly forgets what | Read More »
More, More, More: Democrats on taxes, spending, Romney tax returns, etc
No problem is ever solved and unless Republicans vote for the next bill the Democratic Party introduces, they are racist-sexist-homophobe-bigots that care not for the poor and disabled It appears that Mitt Romney has learned a Rush Limbaugh lesson that also answers the question posed by the Andrea True disco song’s chorus: More, more, more How do you like it, how do you like it More, more, | Read More »
Romney, the un-McCain: Obama indifferent, or worse, to economic suffering
Finally, a Republican has the guts to make a moral case against Democratic Party economic policies Significantly on the day before President Barack Obama made the defining statement of his presidency that the ”private sector is doing fine”, Mitt Romney became the first GOP presidential nominee in memory to eschew the usual, non-judgmental, Republican line against the economic policies of our “honorable friends on the other side of the | Read More »
Baby Boomer indulgences: Bush’s stimulus and Obama as skinflint?
File under: It you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything? Greatest Generation Ants, spoiled grasshoppers, the Reagan Revolution interrupted, Wal-Mart moms and the tea partier conservative movement Will Baby Boomers, who skipped class when Aesop’s thrifty ant and lazy grasshopper story was covered in elementary school and ignored the personification of the internalization of the lessons learned by their Greatest Generation parents, fall | Read More »
What Justice Kennedy wrought: Sex-selection abortion as hate crime to trick Democrats?
Abortion is a war on men, women and civilization itself that liberal Democrats wage with impunity even if some mothers are more reluctant to bring more females into the world While we sympathize with Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) and pro-lifers writ large and appreciate legislative maneuvers to expose the barbarity of pro-abortion Democrats, we have long opposed hate-crime laws that exalt motive over intentional heinous | Read More »
Obama, Democrat winking slows with pre-election gay marriage flexibility
Jury still out on Russian and other post-election “flexibilities” as Obama Media’s ABC aka All for oBama Corporation, chose to focus only on gay marriage, the “revival” of the auto industry and whether President Obama will continue the first family’s Mother’s Day tradition of leaving the First Lady on Air Force One First reaction of our Astute Democratic Party Political Observer in Georgia upon learning that President Barack Obama | Read More »
Plumbing the depths of Buckeyes Kaptur(ed) by failed Democrat policies
Samuel ‘Joe the Plumber’ Wurzelbacher favors Reaganite policies that work Very few political races this year better encapsulate the stark choices Americans face on Election Day this fall than the contest between Republican newcomer Joe Wurzelbacher and his 28-year incumbent Democrat opponent Marcy Kaptur for Ohio’s Ninth Congressional District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. A quick perusal of the campaign website of the Toledo native | Read More »
Why tea partiers and bleeding hearts should vote for Romney
Conservative Republican policies work best for the poor, middle class and Liberty-based happiness pursuits for all An exchange with a close friend, self-described as a “bleeding heart” who is “sure” President Barack Obama will be re-elected, inspired the eponymous section of this column discussed further below, but first let’s address concerns of conservatives who delivered the historic 2010 GOP mid-term election landslide that may be | Read More »