Some unsolicited advice to Barack Obama on Syria
What happens when a majority of voters elect an unqualified hack as the head of state? Lots of bad choices and lots of bad outcomes. After watching Barack Obama make mistakes on the world stage for five years you might have thought he was beginning to figure out what he was doing. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong. He’s as clueless as ever… First he suggests (correctly) | Read More »
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Barack Obama and Benghazi: What is the body count that separates the president from the candidate?
There have been three different parts to the Benghazi story. Not surprisingly, Barack Obama has managed to fail spectacularly in all three. The first aspect of this failure has to do with the run-up to September 11th. Given terrorist’s general penchant for anniversaries and the fact that September 11th is such a trophy date for them, the Obama administration should have had every American embassy | Read More »
Romney and Intellectual Honesty for Emotionally Challenged Conservatives
Romney is no “Obama Light” as is the too often repeated cliche among those who have an emotional or intellectual challenge regarding his past political history and now future as the GOP Presidential nominee. I will simply post a list and expect vilification from those who can’t handle the perfect coiffed, married, father of five handsome sons, grandfather, Mormon, former Governor, entrepreneur capitalist, moderate, who happens to | Read More »
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Rick Perry for Commander in Chief
As I have stated before, I am a full-spectrum conservative. I believe in common-sense, Constitutional conservatism based on the “three-legged stool” – fiscal, social, and national defense conservatism. All three of those legs are important, but my heart is especially with the national defense concerns. Many long time Redstate readers know me from the posts I started writing on my first deployment. Some of you | Read More »
Liberal News and Dems Bought a “Pig in a Poke”
We all know the grass is not greener on the other side – everyone knows that with the exceptions of the Liberal News Media and Democrats on the Hill. They jumped for the greener pastures because they thought they’d discovered their long lost treasure back in 2008. They were sure that this person some call Obama was the answer to their prayers. They took an | Read More »
Another Memorial Day.
There’s not much I can contribute to the many flowery tributes to our fallen heroes that we saw and heard yesterday. There are just not enough superlatives. On this day that we set aside in remembrance of our war dead, I’m really gratified to see the huge amount of tribute and attention being given to our living military men and women… and their families. We | Read More »
Obama Doesn’t Lead And Cannot Define Libya
Before anyone who reads this comes to the conclusion that I am criticizing the decision to go after Qaddafi and quell the attacks on innocent civilians he has undertaken to try and hold onto power, then draw another conclusion. Qaddafi is a thug who should be taken out and taken out quickly for the betterment of the Libyan people and the world. Since the late | Read More »
Barack Obama – Who’s Minding Our Children
Does it really matter who our Commander In Chief is and who’s keeping our children, our Military and our fellow Americans out of harm’s way.
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Only Obama’s Puppeteers Know the Answers
Chris Mathews won’t be on the hotseat for the one called Obama!
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McChrystal resignation shows Obama weakness
any pundits have been pounding the theme that Obama must fire General Stan McChrystal to avoid looking weak. They are dead wrong. The firing of McChrystal shows much greater weakness than keeping him would. It was an unjust action, and there is nothing weaker as a leader than taking unjust action to avoid being seen as weak.
Sarah Palin Welcomes Home 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team
From Alaska’s KTUU-DT: FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Former Gov. Sarah Palin attended Thursday afternoon’s welcome home ceremony for the 1st Stryker Brigade from Fort Wainwright at the Carlson Center. The public appearance is Palin’s first in the United States since resigning her office in July. Palin’s oldest son, Track, is a member of the brigade that recently returned from a yearlong deployment in Iraq. “To Sarah | Read More »
Wanted; a Commander in Chief
Sorely missing our previous one about now As a military person, there’s a hole in my heart where a President used to be. I didn’t agree with George W. Bush politically all the time (enough to vote for him twice), but one thing I did agree with; he did his best for his troops. Make the argument, if you will, that troops in Iraq were | Read More »
Top Ten Reasons not to vote for Obama
Lack of Judgement demonstrated by his long association with people who hate AmeriKKKa like Jeremiah Wright (Pastor who screamed “God Damn AmeriKKKa” right after 9/11- http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/Story?id=4443788, William Ayers (unrepentant domestic terrorist who bombed Government Buildings in the 70′s and who said after 9/11 that he regretted that he had not done more-http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/08/26/newly-released-documents-highlight-obamas-relationship-with-ayers/, and Rezko (convicted felon who bankrolled his first political campaignhttp://www.gop.com/ObamaRezkoShadyDeal/ amongst others. Culpability | Read More »
In 2002 and 2003: Bad Judgments of Obama about Soon-to-start Iraq War
In 2002 and 2003, bad judgments of Obama about the soon-to-start Iraq War cast doubt about Obama’s ability to be Commander-In-Chief.