Round Up Post

Former adult film actress Jenna Jameson nails the difference between the first tweets made on September 11 by Gov. Mitt Romney and our Dear Leader, Barack Hussein Obama.  They clearly show that one is a true leader with concern for America and has a real connection to the American people.  The other is a sleazy political hack from Chicago.

The democrats’ War on Women is still in full frontal assault mode.  As I have pointed out before, if you want to know what the left is up to, just review what they are accusing their opponents of.

In a Civil Rights victory, voter-ID is the law of the land in Wisconsin for the November elections.

The New York Times finally admits that the “Assault Weapon” scare was hoax, an attempt to bamboozle the American people, and that the 1994 semi-automatic rifle ban did nothing to reduce crime, violent crime, or crimes committed with a firearm. 

Quote of the Day

July 30, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Our Dear Leader, Politics, Romney 

“Never been a Romney fan. I actively dislike John McCain. Good grief, we’d be in so much better shape if either of them had been elected…”

Will Collier

Is this change you were hoping for?

While there still are deranged cultists out there who blindly support any action by our Dear Leader, the shine is off the Rose for a growing number of Americans who are getting tired of having their collective noses rubbed in Barry’s incompetence.

This can been seen in a recent Quinnipiac University survey that listed Barack Hussein Obama as the worst President since WWII. While this is good news for Jimmy Carter, it is not good news for America, or its citizens.  Just to dig the knife of reality a little deeper into the moonbats, Ronald Reagan as listed as the best president since WWII. The poll also showed that move voters  feel that GOP nominee Mitt Romney would have been a better choice in 2012.  A fact that was clear to anyone paying attention during the 2012 election cycle.

Pollster John Zogby sums it up well, ““In short, we see a president in full salvage mode. He is not only racing for his legacy but for his relevancy.”

At least one newspaper has retracted their 2008 endorsement of our Dear Leader.  Hat tip to Mr. Reynolds, who nails it shut in his commentary, “The wave of enthusiasm for an inexperienced ideologue with backing from the corrupt Chicago machine was a species of mass hysteria. It’s nice to see it wearing off, and reality being confronted.”

Forbes Magazine explains Obama’s Secret Neo-Con Agenda.

Our Dear Leader’s policies have lead to what the Washington Examiner correctly calls a “Dangerous precedent.”

Gallup reported this week that Americans now have more confidence in the police and the military than they do in the three branches of the U.S. government — which is not exactly a healthy place to be in a constitutional republic.

The Washington Post reports that the Male-female pay gap remains entrenched at White House.

Meanwhile, in the southern border states, Obama’s ‘Brown Shirts’ are actively silencing medical personnel who are dealing with the flood of illegal aliens on the Texas-Mexico border. Medical personnel are under threat of arrest if they talk, but some are talking anyway.

Just how is that hopey-changey thing workin’ for ya?

Quote of the Day

March 3, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Our Dear Leader, Politics, Romney 
“Who is going to be the first to apologize to Mitt Romney? The President, the Vice President or Hillary Rodham Clinton?All three mocked the GOP presidential candidate in 2012 when he called Russia “our number one geopolitical foe.”

Obama said his opponent was “stuck in a Cold War mind warp.” Clinton, then Secretary of State, offered her two cents, saying, “In many of the areas where we are working to solve problems, Russia has been an ally.”

Biden added that “This is not 1956.”

— MICHAEL GOODWIN, NY POST

Debate roundup

October 17, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Media Bias, Our Dear Leader, Politics, Romney 

MSNBC’s Handpicked Panel of Undecided Voters Breaks Hard For Romney
CNN’s so called “moderator” Candy Crowley Admits Romney Was Right On Libya After All

Our Dear Leader spoke of his support for the former federal ban on semi-automatic rifles used in less than 0.1% of crimes while trying desperately to ignore any reference to his Fast and Furious program that gave that class of rifles to Mexican drug gangs.

One of the supposedly “independent” voters asked about unequal pay between men and women, but either didn’t know or wouldn’t bring up the fact that women in the Obama White House are paid less than men doing the same work.

More later.

UpdateElection Roundtable: The Libya Debate Debacle and Why the Buck Does Not Stop with Obama

Debate roundup

October 3, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Our Dear Leader, Politics, Romney 

The first Presidential debate between our Dear Leader and Gov. Romney occurred tonight.  Here are some reviews of the one sided pounding.

MATT WELCH: “That wasn’t a debate so much as Mitt Romney just took Obama for a cross country drive strapped to the roof of his car.”

BOB OWENS: “How bad was Romney’s beat-down of Obama tonight?”

Ed Schultz & Rachel Maddow agree: Romney won.  When a far left extremist socialist looses MSNBC, you know he did really, truly, incredibly badly.

Washington Post: ROUND WON: Romney Seized Offense in Debate…

The Hill: Mitt Romney dominated the critical first presidential debate Wednesday night, landing punch after punch on a noticeably subdued President Obama.

Bewildered and lost without his teleprompter, President Obama flailed all around the debate stage last night. He was stuttering, nervous and petulant. It was like he had been called in front of the principal after goofing around for four years and blowing off all his homework.

Knockout: Mitt Romney Crushes Barack Obama in First Presidential Debate

 

Quote of the Day

July 17, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Politics, Romney 

“Bain Capital. Isn’t that where Romney was running a successful business while Obama was somewhere getting high all the time?”

 

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