How to Survive the Inauguration If You Voted For Mitt Romney (Remember Him?)
Re-posted from PJ Media If you are one of the 60,928,981 Americans who voted for Mitt Romney last November, than the upcoming Inaugural events could be too gut-wrenching for you to endure. As a Romney voter, you honestly believed that this nation could not survive four more years of “The One who will be inaugurated,” right? And now you still believe that even more, right? So here are some | Read More »
Report Says Hispanics ‘ Are Not Disappearing Into The American Melting Pot ‘ — Is This A Problem?
Re-posted from PJ Media Depending on which exit poll you believe, President Obama won 71% or 75% of the Hispanic vote. Either way it was a major demographic force comprising 10% of the electorate, which practically guaranteed his reelection. But politics aside, there is an even greater Hispanic force at work in our nation – one which makes every day Election Day, and that is when | Read More »
Tribal Voting Behavior Means The Republican Party Could Go The Way Of the Whigs
Re-posted from PJ Media When I first moved to Old Town Alexandria, Virginia in 1980 there was a sign on a small office building that said National Headquarters for Veterans of World War I. Driving by that building always left me wondering when this distinguished organization would cease to exist. Sure enough one day the sign was gone, replaced by a shiny new plaque for a law firm. After | Read More »
Yes, George W. Bush Might Well Be The Last Republican President
Re-posted from PJ Media OK, now I am forced to move “FORWARD” in a bus with “Revenge” emblazoned on the side that is waiting to take me to re-education camp. So before I board, here are some thoughts on the election. Romney’s loss has its roots in the GOP primary race. The primary season went on far too long, hurting an already bruised “Republican Brand” | Read More »
Presenting a Christian Voting Checklist With Biblical References – Circulating Around Today
It is important to note major news outlets have predicted that the Evangelical vote could be the group that wins the White House for Romney. With that in mind, this Christian checklist was sent to me today by a friend in Fairfax County, Virginia. (A swing county in a swing state.) If you are a Christian this checklist will help answer the question – How will I | Read More »
Background Story Behind the Full-Page Ad in the Washington Times Today With 500 Generals and Admirals Endorsing Romney
Re-posted from PJ Media Here is the exclusive background story behind the full-page ad running in today’s Washington Times with 500 names of retired admirals and generals who are endorsing Romney over the current commander in chief. This ad has become big news and has been widely reported on the day before the election. The force behind the ad is Carl Smith. Here is an email he sent me | Read More »
How Will The Mainstream Media Cover President Romney? Hint: Remember George W. Bush?
Re-posted from PJ Media What prominent institution did everything it could to make George W. Bush a failed president? If your answer is the mainstream media (MSM) you would be correct. The MSM was shocked shocked when Bush won reelection in 2004 and they were not going to cut him any slack whatsoever about anything good or bad that was happening in our nation at the time. Remember what | Read More »
Sampling Problems in the Columbus Dispatch OH Poll
The Columbus Dispatch just came out with a new poll in OH on the presidential race showing Obama leading Romney by 50% to 48%. Being the number geek I am, I decided to check through the crosstabs to get a better understanding of what was happening. I came across something very interesting where they reported on how the vote has shifted since 2008. They show | Read More »
Romney Sign Written In The Sky
Today a friend sent me this photo that she received from her friend in Tucson, AZ. The caption above was from the original email. This has to be one of the best election photos ever. What do you think?
Romney/Ryan Are The First Names On The Florida Ballot — And There Is Even More Positive And Historic News From My Early Voting Experience
Instead of wearing an “I voted early” sticker, I would much rather wear an “I voted early so stop calling me” sticker. For it is no exaggeration that we receive at least 30 calls a day from Republican groups and candidates. That said, yesterday was the day I had scheduled to vote early. Several times this week, while driving by the polling place, I noticed | Read More »
Should CIA Director General David Petraeus Resign Over Libya?
Re-posted from PJ Media Today’s news, that according to e-mails, U.S. officials knew the attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11 killing four Americans, including our Ambassador, was a terrorist attack within two hours. Obviously, this means CIA Director General David Petraeus immediately knew most, if not all of the details. So why did General Petraeus stay quiet when the president | Read More »
Do Not Tell Anyone, But Cupcake Sales Can Predict Who Wins The White House – A True Story
Re-posted from PJ Media Last week a Washington D.C. Republican consultant happily told my husband that Romney yard signs had overtaken Obama signs in what is usually his very Democrat leaning, upscale neighborhood in Fairfax County, Virginia. Situated close to our nation’s capitol, Fairfax County is a fierce battleground within a must-win battleground state for both Obama and Romney. After the consultant reported this positive | Read More »
Should President Obama Address Rumors of Election Unrest Before the Election?
Re-posted from PJ Media Our nation has always prided itself on an orderly transition of presidential power. Nothing showcases that orderly transition more than the president and the president-elect together riding in a limo up to Capitol Hill for the inauguration ceremony. This limo ride is especially noteworthy if the president-elect has just defeated the president. You have to go all the way back to | Read More »
There Is At Least One Florida Nursing Home Where You Must Be Alive To Vote
Re-posted from PJ Media Yesterday, while at my mother’s nursing home in Florida, one of the managers called me into her office. She told me she did not have my mother’s absentee ballot, but the Board of Elections was sending the ballot, and it would arrive in time for voting next week. While telling me this, the manager is holding a stack of absentee ballots | Read More »
The Day After The Presidential Election — These Four Scenarios Could Be Satire or Maybe Not
One of the following scenarios might just accurately predict the news coverage the day after the presidential election. (These scenarios are in no particular order of probability.) Scenario 1 President Obama narrowly wins reelection with Ohio’s 18 electoral votes bringing him across the finish line. The final electoral vote total is Obama 273 and Romney 261. Republicans are crying foul and heading to court based | Read More »