Monthly Archives: September 2012
by Geoff Caldwell
The Obama campaign has another ad attacking Mitt Romney in hopes the minions will be distracted from the pain they feel in their everyday lives. (In your best Gomer Pyle dialect, everyone together now: SUUUURPRISE, SUUUURPRISE, SUUUURPRISE.)
Pain like $4.00 a gallon gas, double-digit real unemployment, higher prices and smaller packaging at every grocery store across the nation, energy cost increases across the board, inflation creeping into every other aspect of their lives, and a future more uncertain that at any time in the modern era.
Yet like every other pixel of fairy dust this bunch has scattered across the country for the past four years, the “pain” projected in the ad is not even real. It is as usual, “possible” pain that voters are supposed to imagine they’ll feel if Vader Romney is allowed to change the drapes in the Oval Office.
In other words, fear…
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Right on…My Father was a U.S. Marine!!!
Were we still a nation of laws and of people who cherish liberty and freedom of conscience, this story would have Obama on the ropes and looking for a way to avoid impeachment:
But we’re not. What this story does not say is that high level Muslims in the Middle East were demanding that Obama arrest and HANG the people involved with a film that has been PROVEN to have had NOTHING to do with the planning of the riots sweeping the Middle East and now the world. That the man was even questioned shows how far Muslims have come in achieving one of their openly stated goals: a global law prohibiting anyone from speaking out against Islam or saying anything derogatory about Muhammad. Look it up, you’ll find it.
Why is it that no one ever listens to those whose…
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Waleed Aly, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, commits an act of common sense so stunning that I all of a sudden want to be Australian – because it appears that there actually is enough of it to go around down under – as opposed to here in the American media.
The last paragraph in this excerpt is spun from pure, golden truth:
No. Let’s start with the fact that so few of the protesters who descended on Sydney’s CBD this weekend seem actually to have seen the film that so gravely offends them. When asked by journalists, they bluntly admit this, one even adding that she refuses to watch something so offensive. It’s almost impressive how cyclical this stupidity is. But it’s also instructive. In fact, this is the key to making sense of something so gobsmackingly senseless. The protesters – at least the ones quoted in news…
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