WOW, what a ride this past year! I started this blog hoping to make a difference. A difference for my grandchildren and my country. I had no idea what I was up against. Who could ever image a world where abortion, gay marriage, and legalized pot became more of an issue than jobs, economy, national security and our Constitution. A world where the takers outnumber and outvote the makers – where free stuff is more important than freedom. A world where the younger generation thinks more of themselves and their right to free contraception and abortion than the future of their parents, grandparents and children. A world where the liberal media not only never challenged the liberal candidate but outright campaigned for him.
People asked if I thought Romney had a chance and I alway said he would win in a fair election. Well, we all know now that this election wasn’t fair. How sad that many precincts reported OVER 100% voter turnout and others reported flagrant abuse and, in some cases, illegal registration at the time of voting. Chicago politics at its worst. If this election is not a mandate for a national voter database and voter ID’s I don’t know what would be. There are so many petitions for secession I can’t believe this is the outcome America really wanted.
President Obama has a lot ahead of him but I fear nothing will change. Taxes will be raised; Obamacare will suck the economy and life, literally, out of many of us; and we will be facing another fiscal crisis. Benghazi will be stone-walled and the cover-ups will all continue. Fast and Furious will take a back seat, temporarily, to the new Watergate. What we do know is we have an incompetent administration that is lying to us at every turn, and they do not care who they toss under the bus. I hope and pray Congress will NOT let the murder of four Americans go unpunished.
After being in total denial this past week, I am now disappointed, disillusioned and downright depressed at the idiocy of this country’s voting process and voting morons. I am taking a short break from the real, and really screwed-up, world until after the holidays. I thank you all for your support, loyalty and true patriotism. Failure is NOT an option and I will continue the fight with my fellow bloggers, conservatives, freedom-fighters and patriots soon.
They can’t be fooled forever! Many blacks are waking up and realizing the President of ‘Hope’ has abandoned them. From Breitbart: “Not all blacks tow the racial line and vote for Obama just because he’s black. Meet the Broke Party, who could be members of the Tea Party. They, like most US citizens want the American Dream, not poverty. They don’t want to be used by liberals like Obama who want to keep them on the welfare plantation as vote slaves. The jerks at ABC? They just hide out.”
The current Divider in Chief has failed – it is time for new leadership!
My faith and hope in our country has been renewed! Meet Jenny Cantrell, a 13-year-old student who held Obama and Romney to the same grading system she and her fellow students are required to meet. She graded them on the economy, business, Obamcare, energy, national debt, and national security. Jenny’s youth and inexperience in politics kept her open-minded and analytical.
Her teachers and parents should be proud! She is our hope!
Excellent job Jenny! After her stint as ‘Teacher for the Day’ Jenny made a follow-up video regarding the auto bailout, unions, the debates, taxes, redistribution of wealth, and the candidates’ values. She nailed those too!
Cleveland.com is reporting that fewer than 200 people showed up for a unique get-out-the-vote rally for President Obama featuring legendary musician Stevie Wonder.
Located at Cleveland State University, Brandon Blackwell of The Plain Dealer writes that the event was primarily to encourage early voting, but that perhaps Obama supporters weren’t given enough warning to clear their schedules for the mini-concert.
Obama for America Ohio, which hosted the rally, informed its nearly 34,000 followers on Twitter about the event around 10 a.m.
“Perhaps it wasn’t advertised properly, but the people who are here are fired up,” said Bill Milhoan, of Mentor.
Milhoan, who said he supports Obama, was one of the few people in the crowd who have not already voted.
“It would be disingenuous to say I am here because of Obama,” he said. “How do you pass up a chance to see Stevie Wonder?”
One man gives his harrowing account of the attack on the U.S. Ambassador.
The sun had risen over a hazy Benghazi about an hour earlier, and as he grabbed the wheel of his militia’s beaten-up white Toyota pickup, 42-year-old Ibn Febrayir (not his real name) groused to himself that this was no way to treat an ambassador, especially U.S. envoy Christopher Stevens. He had heard war tales about the lanky, good-natured Californian. How he had ventured to the shifting front lines during the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi and during lulls shared the rebels’ impromptu meals, ready to swap jokes and flash a winning smile, even when regime forces were mounting a counter-offensive.
Febrayir was dog-tired. His wife had been calling him incessantly all night and he hadn’t answered. Earlier he’d led an unsuccessful relief effort on the U.S. consulate after Salafist militants had launched an assault on the mission on…
I am sure most of you have seen Obama’s latest campaign hate speech. Instead of listing his accomplishments (ummmm, Obamacare and doubling the national debt), he chose to tear into Mitt Romney. His disregard for civility regarding Romney, Conservatives, Congress, the Constitution, and even voters never ceases to amaze me. Obama recently asked his supporters to help him win another term by voting. Not just to vote for him, but to seek revenge by voting against the evil Republican. “Voting is the best Revenge” is his latest mantra.
In contrast to this petulant, narcissistic, finger-pointing, Bush-blaming man-child, Governor Romney gave supporters a positive list of his past accomplishments in business, the Olympics, and as Governor of a Democratic state. He laid out his plans and even said he would begin day one by accepting responsibility and not blaming his predecessor! Rather than counter Obama’s whiney appeal with another negative message, Mitt Romney is asking voters to “Vote for Love of Country” not revenge!
The following ad contrasts the main differences between the two men:
Which man would you rather vote for? I know who I want – the man with a positive message who will cross the aisle and bring America back to the standard of excellence we are used to! The man who is actually PROUD of America – Mitt Romney. Pray and vote – I can see him in the White House from my back yard!