Cuba Warns America – Obama Using Castro’s Playbook
Cuban immigrant, Pete Diaz, warns America that Obama and his “czars” are fast-tracking America to becoming a socialist country, or worse. Pete details the striking similarities of how Fidel Castro “fundamentally transformed” Cuba into socialism and how the Obama administration is using the same playbook. Read Pete’s story at: http://www.teaparty911.com/articles/cuba_warns_america.htm
I have no time for excuses. In my mind, they are completely non productive. Face it, friends, when it comes to excuses, your friends don’t need them and your enemies won’t accept them anyway. Why bother? I wondered last night, though, at the way in which Vice President Joe Biden excused away the administration’s pitiful handling of the Libyan murders of four American citizens | Read More »
Big Bird vs. Coal
“If you don’t have a record to run on… you make a big election about small things.” – Barack Obama, 2008. In 2008, Barack Obama made the above comment. In 2012, he is proving it to be true, attempting to refocus this year’s presidential election on the weighty topic of… Big Bird. But while Obama attempts to eke out a win by spotlighting a muppet, | Read More »
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Obama’s bad tryst with coal is going to hurt him
We all know about the Obama administration’s ‘War on Coal.’ It’s an egregious regulatory onslaught against American enterprise. However, it’s a story that’s often buried by some in the media. Last month, I wrote about how The Washington Post pushed another event in Obama’s war on coal to page 16 of their September 19 edition. It was when “Alpha Natural Resources [planned to] lay off 160 mineworkers | Read More »
Six Trillion Dollar Man: A Lyrical Evisceration of Obama
Justen Charters, co-founder of Resistance 44, is sick of Obamanomics. After all, President Obama is “the six trillion dollar man” who “doesn’t have a budget plan” and “basic economics is something he doesn’t understand.” Enjoy! #obamastyle P.S. Justen, you didn’t make this song – somebody else made that happen. Crossposted at Hot Air.
The Spanking The Media Didn’t Cover
What else is there to do when you get beat like that, besides start calling names and politicizing Big Bird? It is time for SOMEONE to pull up and his big boy pants and get ready for round two.
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Political “Science” won’t save Obama
Why Ezra Klein is dead wrong Its been a while since I’ve posted at RedState, but after reading Ezra Klein’s latest attempt to further the meme that Romney’s debate domination didn’t matter, it prompted me to author this entry. In the Washington Post, Klein proclaims that in a battle between “excitable pundits” versus “political scientists,” he will “take political scientists every time.” Good luck with | Read More »
Common Sense Dictates An Obama Defeat In November
‘Perhaps the sentiments contained in the following pages, are not YET sufficiently fashionable to procure them general favour; a long habit of not thinking a thing WRONG, gives it a superficial appearance of being RIGHT, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defense of custom.’ If one should step back and take an objective look at the 2012 presidential election, it would seem rather | Read More »
Are Young People Dumb Enough to Vote for Obama Again?
Four years ago, younger voters were a key part of President Obama’s winning coalition. He didn’t promise them much – just ‘hope and change.’ But they probably thought they’d have something to show after 4 years in office. Instead most young people are deeper in debt, and they have little hope of finding a real job anytime soon. As Paul Ryan said, they’ve got nothing | Read More »
28 Days Out: Polling Summary
Oh what change a week brings. With just 28 days to go until Election Day, we’ve seen a real change in momentum in the Presidential race thanks to a great debate from Mitt Romney and a historically poor one from Barack Obama. In this week’s election update, I’ll cover some of the data on the debate and how it has impacted the race and take a deeper | Read More »
Obama’s post-debate executive order path to re-election
Obamacare Lobbyist-in-Chief urges Obama to better feel voters’ pain while other Democrats demand get tough strategy The world changed for non-Democrats before the 2010 GOP election landslide, but since Pew, Gallup and Rasmussen only yesterday counted the right beans, Democrats and inside the beltway Republicans only just now joined the rest of us: President Barack Obama is getting conflicting advice on how to rebound from his | Read More »
The Impeachment Remedy
There is nothing unusual about mere mortals revealing their fatal flaws. We’ve been doing it since the Greeks wrote plays about human tragedy. In my lifetime, Richard Nixon had his Watergate. He used his office to uncover secrets he might have used to get re-elected had he not been caught red-handed. As it is, he left office a defeated man. Bill Clinton had his fling | Read More »
RedState Roundtable: The First Debate
Longtime RedStaters might remember the old Roundtables we used to do (although in fairness, that was long before my time on the Front Page). For a while now, we’ve been trying to restart them. This election gives us a perfect opportunity, so we decided to do a Roundtable on the first debate and where we go from here. This covers our discussions before, during, and | Read More »
Bring on the Truth
And so, not 24 hours after Barack Obama’s universally panned performance in the first debate against Mitt Romney and continuing to this day, he resorts to a well-worn theme that defines not only his candidacy, but his tenure as president. In a feeble attempt at damage control, Obama has rallied around the theme that Romney lied, was misleading, or mischaracterized his own positions. Harry Reid | Read More »
A Breath Of Fresh Air.
That whooshing sound you heard, after the first presidential debate on Wednesday night, was the collective exhalation of the breath of every Patriot Tea Party member in the nation. We’d all hoped that Mitt Romney would at least hold his own with the ‘Anointed One’, whose brilliance, we had been assured by the Lame Stream Press, eclipsed that of all mortal men. To my absolute | Read More »