McCain vs Obama: Part VI – Call to Action
The goal of each candidate during their convention is to rally support for their cause…too inspire their party faithful to “get out the vote” and to inspire undecided and disgruntled voters from the other party to come to their side.Let’s take a look at how the two candidates attempted to do this.Part VI – Call to Action:McCain:“If you find faults with our country, make it | Read More »
, Barrack Obama
, future of America
, Gun control
, Illegal Immigration
, John McCain
, stand up
Another McCain Democrat
Having had a lot of trouble logging onto this website over the past week or so, I decided to check out some other conservative as well as liberal webpages. I am a declared democrat but I always consider all sides and am always up for a healthy exchange of ideas and opinions. I vote according to the person, NOT according to the party but I | Read More »
Republican’s recycling of American Flags that Dems discarded.
I noticed on Drudge this afternoon a link to a Denver Post Blog concerning the discovery of thousands of small American flags that were trashed by the Democrats following the acceptance speech of Barack Obama at Invesco Field. I did not have the hyperbolic reaction of ‘horror,’ but was saddened that there is a candidacy for the President of our great country that considers the | Read More »
McCain congratulated Obama for his nomination. It was a classy thing to do. The video and the response from the Obama campaign can be seen here: http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2008/08/obama-campaig-1.html.I hadn’t seen Obama’s response on TV. It’s easy to miss, as I record a lot and watch on weekends, so I could have missed it. So I went to Obama’s youtube channel, figuring they’d have it there.This is | Read More »
Sarah Palin is The One We Have Been Waiting For
Sarah Palin’s triumphant speech at the Republican National Convention left the Democrats and their media allies afraid, very afraid. The evening was also a triumph for Senator John McCain, the man who had selected her for the vice presidential nomination. Well done! I had the honor of meeting Governor Palin when I keynoted the 2006 Alaska Republican Convention. She is just as impressive in person | Read More »
Obama is NOT a Black American!
Did you notice Obama never even ONCE mentioned King in the speech or race or anything even remotely related to the struggle of the great black American’s? He can’t because he is NOT part of this. He is not a Black American! Excuse me!!! He is the son of a Kenyan elite PRINCE and a white momma. No Black American to be found in his | Read More »
Americans want positivity in the White House!
Dear Senator McCain, Recently I considered supporting your candidacy for president. I even once prayed for your success in this endeavor. However, after viewing last night’s acceptance speech, I am dismayed at the negativity expressed, both by you, Sen. McCain, and by the audience. What we need in the White House is tolerance, acceptance, positivity and gratitude, not put-downs. When someone gets involved in their | Read More »
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This Editorial Brought to You By The People Who Invented Class, Race, and Sex Warfare
Paul Krugman wrote an editorial that basically expands on the ‘bitter religious gun-clinger’ argument, making the case that the GOP is running on the resentment politics of the Nixon era. Nevermind that the Democrats have been beating the gong of ‘change’ since 2006 and have brought nothing but high energy prices, a attempted rewrite of cultural values, and moonbeams in a jar. Nevermind that their | Read More »
Roots or Shoots
As I was reading my daily devotional, It’s story reminded me of the difference between Sen. Mccain and Sen. Obama. I really feel Sen. McCain is more like the tree with deep roots and Obama is springing up shoots quickly with no roots to sustain himhttp://www.rbc.org/odb/odb.shtmlOur Daily Bread DevotionalSeptember 5, 2008Roots Or Shoots?READ: Matthew 13:1-9 Because they had no root they withered away. —Matthew 13:6In | Read More »
I myself and going to go have a conversation with the Manager of my local grocery store with whom I am friendly with and have shopped there for the last 5 years and explain my displeasure and request they remove US weekly from their shelves.I know some of you will say that I am calling for removal of the people’s right to KNOW and the | Read More »
Union leaders cancel parade
As stated on local news here in West Michigan some of the Union leadership took steps to cancel the Labor Day Parade through Grand Rapids.**Their decision was based on the loss of jobs here in Michigan and the leaders thought the money $30,000 could be better spent getting people to support Union friendly democrats.Well that shows just how much the Union leadership supports the local | Read More »
GOP Convention and Gustav, Damned if they do and Damned if they don’t
While I am glad that McCain picked a VP to energize the base and perhaps the female voting population, I can’t help but worry that hurricane Gustav could be the nail in the coffin. I would gladly like some optimism to counter-weight my pessimism. However, the facts are that the DNC rally gave Obama a pretty decent jump in the polls over McCain. While he | Read More »
Why Republican and Why John McCain for Me?
I am 42 years young, currently unemployed since my wife transfered us here in North Carolina in June of 2008. We have an 8 year old son in the 3rd grade and a 4 year old home with dad currently. Most of my life I lived in a Democratic state in Vermont, yes the state in which the president of the Democratic party is from | Read More »
When the Republicans nominated a Democrat for Vice President
Most history books written by Democrat professors downplay the fact that the Worst President Ever was a Democrat. Did the Democrats nominate him? No, he was the 1864 Republican nominee for vice president.Andrew Johnson – Andrew Jackson Johnson, to be precise – was the only southern Senator not to go with the Confederacy. For being strong on national security, this hardline Democrat was nominated by | Read More »
The Fiasco at Invesco.
This piece originally appeared at joshuatrevino.com.Barack Obama’s acceptance remarks this evening should be a source of relief to every Republican, conservative, and McCain supporter in America. The Democratic nominee for President walked to the podium with every advantage: eloquent, attractive, historic, gifted with a polling advantage, and bathed in the bright lights of one of the great football stadiums of America. He walked away from | Read More »