Yes We Can (confront these people)!
Seeing Allen West confront that CAIR guy with facts the other night reinforced for me how amazingly powerful the simple truth is. The Left is so rooted in a false ideology, and so accustomed to deceiving people in order to get their way, that they instinctively recoil from truth — including from plain, unadorned facts. It’s like a crucifix to a vampire. Like water on | Read More »
And the crowd in Alabama speaks out
The Democrats want to take the public option plan, on their own, to the floor of the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate. OK. (Please.) Throw me in the briar patch. No ANYTHING BUT THAT! REALLY! NO! STOP IT SOME MORE! Here are some excerpts from the local newspaper report on the meeting: Two thousand people poured into a town hall meeting held Monday night | Read More »
can you suggest honest questions for Obama? [Sure.]
I have been invited to attent a “town hall” type meeting with President Obama on Tuesday, the eleventh in Portsmouth, NH. I was informed that I may be selected to for the oportunity to directly ask questions regarding the health care reform legislation so hottly debated. Now, I have been hearing the retoric on both sides, as well as seen the unbecoming tantrums exhibited at | Read More »
Video: Rep. Tim Bishop Faces Hostile Public on Health Care
Rep. Bishop wants a civilized and “informed” health care debate…
Julio never felt this good
“except maybe when I got my PlayStation 3 for Christmas,” – Julio Osegueda Yesterday, at Obama’s Town Hall meeting in Fort Myers, Florida, Julio Osegueda summed up the state of the nation in a three minute video clip. I know I should be crying but I can’t stop laughing. Please forgive me. Also, in a post yesterday, I believe I wrote that Julio’s question came | Read More »
Ask and ye shall receive?
At President Obama’s town hall meeting in Elkhart, Indiana yesterday, some members of the audience had some interesting requests. Henrietta Hughes asked for a new car, a new kitchen, a new bathroom, and a new house, she’s homeless. Julio Osequeda, a student at Edison State University and a McDonald’s employee for the last four years, asked the President to mandate better pay and benefits for | Read More »
In Any Debate I’d Put My Money on McCain
Senator John McCain’s substantive responses and unflappable demeanor at his town hall meeting in York, PA on Tuesday filled me with hope for the fall presidential debates. Based on McCain’s performance, I’d say he could beat the silver-tongued, glass-jawed Senator Barack Obama in a debate on Obama’s terms, moderated by the editorial board of the Village Voice, with no prior knowledge of the questions himself | Read More »