Why Romney Will Win (And Handily)
One of the more interesting facets of the election coming up on Tuesday is the fact that both sides seem completely convinced that their guy is winning. It’s natural for liberals to feel that way, especially if they trust the New York Times and Nate Silver’s supposedly-predictive model. Conservatives look deeper and see major cracks in the foundations of the liberals’ sources of confidence, especially | Read More »
I’m Not Voting for Mitt and Other Tommyrot
There is every possibility this could irritate some. At least I hope so. Have you said to either yourself or to others that you are not voting for MItt Romney? That you won’t vote for him because he is not your ideal of a Republican candidate? If so, get over it. Listen, I love Reagan as much as anyone. He got my very first Presidential | Read More »
Presidential Race Update – Toss Up States & Electoral College Breakdown
Mitt Romney drew a crowd of 30,000, in West Chester, Ohio on Friday night. The massive crowd included Sen. John McCain, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Ohio Governor John Kasich and Speaker of the House John Boehner. Additional star power was injected into the event with an appearance by musician Kid Rock, who opened the event with a 40-minute concert. Kid Rock ended his | Read More »
Powell Endorses Obama. Who Endorses Romney from the Military?
There was a recent media frenzy when Obama announced that General Colin Powell endorsed him for President. The NY Times helpfully noted that Mr. Powell said he supported Mr. Obama in part because he is ending the war in Afghanistan and has a strong counter-terrorism record. “There’s some very, very strong neo-conservative views that are presented by the governor that I have some trouble with,” | Read More »
Uninstalling the Obama Trojan….. 80% Complete
In 2009, America installed the Obama program. Unfortunately, it seems to have major programming flaws or is malware. Problems encountered include Obamanomics, Obamacare, Obamageddon, deactivation of Constitution, Blame Bush, Indefinite Detention (American Citizen version), deactivation of Rights to Due Process, deactivation of Foreign Nation Sovereignty, Commie-unity, denigration of Office of the President, Obamanation, Obamalies, Obamarrhoids, Ovaricator, Obamarrhea, Baracknaphobia, and other problems. Fortunately there is a | Read More »
Despite what the polls say, Mitt Romney will win by double digits… here’s why
2012 will not be a reprise of 2000. Although Barack Obama is building an army / phalanx of lawyers to try and redirect the election to the courts with the hope that the justices will lean against throwing out a sitting president, it won’t happen. 2000 only happened because the election was so close, with a mere half percent difference between the candidates. In 2012 | Read More »
WPA’s Weekly Political Brief
As part of our continuing effort to keep our clients and friends up-to-date on the political environment as we head toward Election Day, 2012, every Friday WPA compiles the key numbers from the week and provides analysis of key trends. This week’s analysis can be viewed in full at http://www.wparesearch.com/2012-elections/wpas-weekly-political-brief-36/. In addition to the key political numbers, this week’s analysis includes: The final jobs report before | Read More »
KRAUTHAMMER’S “The Choice” — Historic Conservative Survival and Liberty or…
Brevity with a clear message is the essence of intelligent communication. Through a historical lens, Krauthammer points out, in concise terms, what this election may mean. Tuesday will offer either a “turn around” for America, and thus renew as Reagan put in 1964, “the last best hope for man on earth,” or in a downward spiral American freedom and growth may become nothing more than darkness at | Read More »
The Sandy Show and The Tragedy of NYC
To return to office a narcissistic amateur who seeks to ride this nation’s economy and international esteem to oblivion, like Slim Pickens riding the nuclear bomb to its target at the end of the movie “Dr. Strangelove,” would be disastrous.
(HT: Las Vegas Review Journal)
While Barack Obama preens and acts committed to saving the victims of Sandy in the mode of a heroic Chief Executive, a deeply caring leader, there is another side to the entire Hurricane Sandy aftermath that isn’t hitting the air. Here hungry people dig through a dumpster for a meal. I’m guessing this won’t be on the screen during BHO’s Situation Room Photo-Ops.
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Obamalies Not Anomalies Cheat the Middle Class Out of Billions
A recent investigation by NBC into the diversion of federal small business contracts to corporate giants turned up pay dirt. In just a small sample of contracts awarded to small firms in the San Francisco Bay Area, NBC uncovered hundreds of millions of dollars in federal SMALL BUSINESS contracts being awarded to large firms such as IBM, Oracle and Hewlett Packard. The fact that NBC | Read More »
, federal funds
, General Electric
, Lockheed Martin
, small business
Bloomberg Endorses Obama — Are you sure??
Today, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Michael Bloomberg publicly “endorsed” Obama in his reelection campaign for President. His rationale – Climate Change. I know New York City is different than where I live in Virginia, but this is insanity at its finest. And I will quote Bloomberg: And while the increase in extreme weather we have experienced in New York City and around the | Read More »
Obama’s War on Energy is about Control
When one thinks of energy, the thoughts about economic growth rarely come into play. In fact, most take it for granted. It charges our iPhones, laptops, and Kindles, but it also is the lifeblood that keeps our economy growing. It’s also the critical element that keeps our health services running. It allows us to channel our resources elsewhere – to be more productive during the | Read More »
Tags: "federal spending"
, 2012 election
, Barack Obama
, Mitt Romney
, war on coal
America Knows that “Leading from Behind” isn’t “Smart Power”
Some time ago the Obama administration introduced the world to a new policy doctrine branded “Leading from Behind.” It’s unclear exactly what is meant by this seemingly contradictory phrase. Perhaps it was intended to illustrate gentle, bipartisan, but firm leadership as the Chief Executive. Perhaps to show that the United States is just one nation among many — not exceptional — with the same voice | Read More »
Tags: apology tour
, double standards
, Foreign Policy
Last Call – Obama’s buying
With less than a week to go in the campaign before the vast majority of Americans vote for the next President, one would have to wonder what the Obama campaign will do in a desperate attempt to save his re-election chances. A few examples: Women The Democrats have continually pounded their chests about how Romney (and all other GOP candidates) is wrong for women. He | Read More »