One more , then check out the rest
” 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 the first of three Presidential General Election debates having taken place last night, it seems like a good time to remind the American people of some of the worst aspects of the Obama Administration. But rather than focus just on the policy aspects of what President Obama has signed into law, this piece will look at some of the many political manipulations and lies made since January 20, 2009.”
Here are a couple of highlights , be sure to read the rest
”1. Signed a health care law that changes the traditional and legal relationship regarding contract law in America through the individual mandate and makes medical rationing by the federal government a fully supported legal process.
” Er, Warmists math skills are about on par with their ability to practice what they preach
The Government has been accused of being “reckless and short-sighted” over green policies, as it was warned there were just 50 months to take action to prevent catastrophic climate change.
The heads of organisations from Greenpeace to the Women’s Institute, business leaders and experts called on politicians to grab the opportunity to deal with climate change, which they said was one of the greatest threats to human progress”
“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 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). “