Mitt Romney’s Bow, NH speech.

    Via DaTechGuy, the right note from Mitt Romney. Romney’s remarks in Bow, NH, July 20, 2012: (Transcript here) DaTechGuy reported that Romney, Senator Kelly Ayotte, and the priest brought in to offer a prayer for the Colorado dead then formed a line to greet each person who had come to what was originally supposed to be a campaign event. Which was appropriate. Moe Lane (crosspost)

    Mitt Romney’s Bow, NH speech.

    Via DaTechGuy, the right note from Mitt Romney. Romney’s remarks in Bow, NH, July 20, 2012: (Transcript here) DaTechGuy reported that Romney, Senator Kelly Ayotte, and the priest brought in to offer a prayer for the Colorado dead then formed a line to greet each person who had come to what was originally supposed to be a campaign event. Which was appropriate. Moe Lane (crosspost)

    President Plunge Polls and Palin

    While Obama was taking a bow on his Asian Apology Tour, Quinnipiac released a new poll in which the President’s ratings also took a bow, h/t Ed Morrisey at Hot Air. Obama’s job approval rating fell to 48 percent in the Nov. 9-16 survey of registered voters nationwide by the Hamden, Connecticut-based university, with 42 percent polled saying they disapproved of the job he is | Read More »

    And Obama Bows Again and Again to Hu

    From Gateway tonight Do I really have to add commentary? Ok, I will. Obama is so used to being subserviant and told what to do–like a child–by Rham, David Axelrod, Andy Stern, and others that he never steps out of that role. He bows in submission, like a child would to with an adult. Does this man realize he’s the President of the United States? | Read More »

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    A Bow is NOT a Bow

    This bow seems to be one more of Japanese custom with a bent waist, no knee bend.  I’m not dismissing it at all; Obama should have never bowed…BUT   THIS bow appears to be very submissive with the knee bent.  This bow to the Saudi King is much more disturbing because it puts Obama as his royal subject.

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    One of These Things is Not Like the Others

    Over 90,000 Americans were killed in the Pacific during World War II defending the United States and the world from Japanese aggression.  Thank God many of the survivors passed on before they had to witness the President of the United States bowing low to the Emperor of Japan. To those veterans of the Pacific still living today, I say thank you.  And I apologize on | Read More »

    Can we say the “I” word yet? Or is it already too late?

    Don’t tell me the typical Republican excuse for not doing something: “We don’t have a majority in congress, it won’t matter, nothing will happen from it anyway.” At what point do the elected Republican cowards get a pair? Where is the Republican Dennis Kucinich? (I don’t mean the Republican space alien watching lunatic, I mean the Republic who won’t stop raising an issue.) Where is | Read More »