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” There are twelve days left until the election and the few people who haven’t made up their minds yet are independent voters. So, rather than preaching to the choir, it seems like a good time to explain to those remaining undecided voters why Mitt Romney should be their choice.”
“With apologies to Jeff Foxworthy, you just might be a liberal if…
1) You get extremely upset about the idea of the government coming into our bedrooms unless it’s to give everyone free birth control.
2) You believe that people who hold the exact same position on gay marriage that Barack Obama did last year are horrible bigots who are unfit to hold office.
3) You think that Mitt Romney, who has raked leaves for old people, helped a dying child with his will, and paid for college educations for kids who became quadriplegics in a car wreck, is less compassionate than Barack Obama who makes fun of kids in the Special Olympics and made his own brother beg other people to get the money to pay for his child’s hospital bill.”
Over the last few months, it has been absolutely stunning to see Mitt Romney, of all people, portrayed as some sort of greedy, ruthless, unfeeling corporate raider who plows over everyone who gets in his way so he can make a few dollars more. Of all the criticisms you could aim at Mitt Romney, there is none that has less validity than that one. In fact, the vast majority of people who read this column — whether they’re liberal, conservative, or moderate — probably don’t personally know a single person who has proven to be more generous and compassionate than Mitt Romney. Yes, really. It’s okay if you’re skeptical — but, you won’t be after you finish reading this column.
“Here’s an excerpt from the column.
After George W. Bush defeated Al
Gore at the ballot box and in a
rare show of fortitude for a
Republican, didn’t stand by
haplessly wringing his hands
when Gore tried to lawyer his way
into the White House, liberals
were outraged. Sure Gore has
never been ahead at any point,
but OBVIOUSLY voter fraud had
cost Democrats the election.
DEMANDED that we do more to
insure the integrity of our
elections. Republicans agreed and
for a while, we finally had an issue
where there was genuine
bipartisan agreement. Then came
the 2004 elections and many of
the same liberals who had
demanded better, more accurate
voting machines claimed the very
machines they wanted were being
used for fraud because they didn’t
get the result they wanted. That
marked the end of the left’s
interest in stopping fraud at the
On the other hand, Republicans
have continued to try to make our
elections honest and fair. Towards
that end, one of the measures the
GOP is pushing for is voter
identification. If you need a
picture ID to get on a plane, cash
a check, buy alcohol, rent a car,
get a marriage license, or to get
into the Democratic National
Convention, then asking for a
photo ID to vote is a no brainer.
However Democrats believe that
they benefit from voter fraud, so
they oppose any sort of attempts
to verify that voters are who they
say they are.
“1) America’s credit rating would get so low that it would force President Dennis Kucinich to petition the UN for donations to pay for Social Security, Medicare, and his newly implemented 350 weeks of unemployment plan.
2) There wouldn’t be a Pledge of Allegiance said in schools, no one would sing the Star Spangled Banner before any sporting event, and no one would celebrate the 4th of July.
3) Gas would cost $9 a gallon. Liberals would consider this a plus because it would cause more people to get tax credits to buy government subsidized $40,000 electric cars.
4) Seven year olds would be able to vote. Free candy and endorsements from cartoon characters would become a staple of campaigning.
5) The corporate tax rate would be 15 percent higher, most American workers would be unionized and tax rates would soar. As a result, our economy would be stagnant and our unemployment rate would permanently be in the 10-20% range.”
John Hawkins offers up “7 Things to Expect If Obama Is Elected to a Second Term”
“5) The Supreme Court moves to the left: Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 79, Antonin Scalia is 76, Anthony Kennedy is 75, and Stephen Breyer is 73. Replacing Ginsburg or Breyer with 50 year old liberals would be bad enough, but imagine Obama selecting a replacement for Scalia or Kennedy. If that happens, Obama would have five guaranteed votes on the Supreme Court for anything he wants to do. Once we get to that point, the Constitution might as well not even exist. ”
While all the reasons are very pressing , we find the above , #5 of particular concern .
Leave to John Hawkins to cut right to the chase .
” 7 Examples of People Who Are Not Victims
Jun 19, 2012
No matter how unfairly you’re treated specifically because you’re a white male, a Christian, a conservative, or a Republican, very few people are going to accept the idea that you’re a victim. That may be unfair, but on the whole, it’s a good thing. America is already awash in people who falsely believe they’re victims and it’s not a pretty sight to see: the blaming, the whining, the mediocrity, the sea of jackasses who believe their horrific behavior is justified because they’re “victims.” It’s time they learned that they’re not victims in any real sense ”
Can you guess who he lists among his non “victims” ? As well informed as our readers are , we doubt John’s candidates will come as a surprise but you never go wrong spending a few minutes with him .
The only “responsible” republicans , as far as the media is concerned , are the squishes that make up that species known here as RINOsaurs .
Such a terrible spectacle to watch as the left and their toadies in the MSM lose control of the narrative . Ha !
” The mainstream media is awash with criticism of Republicans, but it always denounces the wrong people. If you listen to the media, you’d think the GOP is being wrecked by people like Jim DeMint, Allen West, Sarah Palin, and the Tea Party. In other words, the real problem with the Republican Party is supposed to be the responsible conservatives who put their country first, want to keep us from going broke, and actually represent the people who elected them. Wrong answer, buddy. You want to know the types of Republicans that are hurting the GOP? “
Of course you do so read on and let John Hawkins enlighten you .
”Later, on his own radio show, Erickson played a recording of the 911 call that triggered the visit from law enforcement to his home. He went on to describe the series of events that occurred on the evening of May 27th. As he discussed the recent letters sent by Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss and Texas Congressman Kenny Marchant calling on the Department of Justice to investigate the SWATting incidents, Erickson announced a breaking development regarding Congressional actions:
I have been told that Monday, the House of Representatives will engage on this and seventy or more members will formally be sending a letter to Eric Holder, asking him on behalf of these members of the house to also get the FBI involved.”
John Hawkins too can’t be silent today .
” Many of you have probably been
following the Brett Kimberlin saga.
Certainly, if you read Right Wing News regularly, you would have at least seen the daily links that have been going up since this whole saga caught people’s attention.
Today is supposed to be a “A National Blogger Day Of Silence.” Ace from Ace of Spades HQ came up with the idea in order to draw more attention to this whole issue (Unfortunately, I’ve never been all that good at shutting my mouth; so no day of silence for me). “
John Hawkins writing for Townhall offers us :
“The Top 20 Reasons To Vote For Barack Obama In 2012 According To Liberals ”
2) Obviously Republicans hate women like Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann! Wait, bad examples…uhm, let’s see, they kill female babies, put women’s faces on pinatas and beat them, and degrade women by drawing them with penises in their mouth! That’s still us? Geeze, uh…war on women! Move on to the next item! Hurry, hurry!
Be sure and check out the others . See if you recognize any of them .
Here’s a sample :
” 3) A Government That Is Far Too Large: The Founding Fathers were small government fanatics who didn’t have an income tax and were deeply suspicious of government power. That proves their wisdom because as government grows larger and more powerful, the people grow smaller, weaker, and more dependent. ”
He includes a very prescient quote from one of our wisest founding fathers , Samuel Adams :
“A general dissolution of principles and manners will more surely overthrow the liberties of America than the whole force of the common enemy. While the people are virtuous they cannot be subdued; but when once they lose their virtue then will be ready to surrender their liberties to the first external or internal invader.”
See what you think .