COLOR OVER SUBSTANCE

    Denying that ‘race’ is the focal point of this election will not alter the results. One can see it on the faces and in the attitudes of the Africans. Their swagger has become more dominant, especially when among other Africans. The air is thick with a subtle disdain for anyone not an African. The Africans are in need of a ‘leader’. Jesse and Al have | Read More »

    Mock Election At My Sons’ Schools

    Well all of the schools that my sons go to held mock presidential elections today. I’ve one son in elementary, one son in middle school and one son in high school. In the middle school it was 2 to 1 in favor of Obama, and in the High School it was 3 to 2 in Obama’s favor. In the elementary school contest the vote was | Read More »

    Voter’s Remorse

    Everyone at one time or another has experienced “buyer’s remorse”. I know I have on more than one occasion. Today I was volunteering at the Texas Republican Headquarters calling voters that were registered as Republicans. We were asking if they had already voted, if they needed assistance in getting to the polls or if there were any questions we could answer for them. Twice I | Read More »

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    Evita Peron Obama: Best comparison yet to the One

    You will have to go here to The American Thinker for the full article, but here’s just a preview. Remarkably, many of the lyrics of “Evita” apply equally well to Barak Obama, beginning with the Messianic adoration neither discouraged: “I’m their savior, that’s what they call me,” sang Evita. Or as the children’s choir sang to her (just like they do for Obama): Please, gentle | Read More »

    Rev.Wright. Sen.Obamas Pastor for twenty short years.

    There are few youtube videos you can watch and decide,the character of the Sen.Obamas Pastor and close friend for tweny years. www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdJB-qkfUHc, www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4WMqlfiQKo

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    Is John Murtha Circling the Drain?

    John Murtha is in the race of his life against Lt. Col Bill Russell. He’s desperate for cash and he’s begging for help from any Democrat who will listen. According to Roll Call($), there’s at least one Democrat who wouldn’t spit on Murtha if the latter was on fire. That would be Steny Hoyer, who defeated Murtha for the post of Majority Leader in the | Read More »

    MI Morning Update: 4 days to go

    4 Days Until Election Day October 31, 2008 QUOTE OF THE DAY: "We in America do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate." -Thomas Jefferson MORNING UPDATE: EARLY MORNING… FIGHT TO THE FINISH TOUR CONTINUES…I was up at 5:00am Thursday to be the "guest host" on Michael Patrick Shiels’ Big Show.  Our guests included Congressman Tim Walberg, Chief Justice | Read More »

    File under “stupid ideas”

    How to ensure a demagogue wins Why is it that the popular vote is considered the end-all-be-all of who should govern a nation. So someone runs up two or three large states that lean left 65/35 and can ignore the rest of the nation and deserves to govern why? They already get a huge electoral vote share for winning those states.

    Taking Care of Our Veterans: A Promise Which, If Elected, I Plan to Keep

    Promoted from blogs. Also: his donation page. – Moe Lane “We see these men and know them once again — and know how much we owe them, how much they’ve given us, and how much we can never fully repay. And not just as individuals but as a nation, we say we love you.” Those were the words spoken by Ronald Reagan as he delivered | Read More »

    Will ACORN Be Held Accountable?

    Watching On the Record tonight as Greta interviewed Scott Levenson, the national spokesperson for ACORN(spin doctor extraordinaire). Levenson appeared on the record now twice to defend ACRON’s “Get Out to Vote” initiative. In his first Interview with Jamie Colby Levenson had this to say…. “SCOTT LEVENSON, ACORN SPOKESMAN: Let’s talk about what the real story here is because it’s actually a great story. ACORN, along | Read More »

    Congressional Fight! Painting Utah Even Redder

    Its hard to find a redder state than Utah. In 2004, Utahns voted 71% for President Bush. But there are always exceptions to the rule. Like most urban areas, Salt Lake City leans left, which is one of the major reasons why Democrat Jim Matheson has represented the 2nd Congressional District since 2000. Democrat Matheson is the son of a former Governor of Utah and | Read More »

    Bruce Bashes Bush

    “Bush and Cheney will be leaving office…that’s the good news…the bad news is that they’ll be leaving office dropping the national tragedies of Katrina, Iraq, and our financial crisis in our laps”. Katrina was not a failure of the Central Government; it was a failure of the local and state Government i.e. Mayor Ray Nagin (Democrat), and Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco (Democrat). We are winning | Read More »

    Stop Sweating Over Palin

    I don’t know what it is. Perhaps it’s a mindset. Perhaps it’s the way they talk but underestimating people like Palin and where she comes from is a failing that just never seems to be corrected no matter how many times experts’ assumptions are proven wrong. I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Country-folk like Palin will allow you to think you’re | Read More »

    Who’s running in your local elections?

    If you haven’t checked out our site yet, we’d love you to and give us feedback. GrowVotes.org is a social-network built around giving you a direct voice to the people running in elections that influence you directly, like your district’s congressional representative or school board. Come check us out and help the republicans in your local area gain momentum. Thanks! Travis J. ToddFounder, growvotes.org

    No bullying

    *Remember your parents saying; If you can’t say anything nice don’t say anything at all? Remember all the programs in our school dealing with diversity and bullies. And now about the internet bullying, and people’s feelings. “Words can hurt” the liberal and progressive way of thinking. They want us to teach our children that we all are special and we may have differences but remember | Read More »