Sounds about right which makes Mitt the GOP’s best nominee since Reagan and toughest on Democrats ever
This former Democrat has lived to drive a stake through the place a heart would normally be of the life, liberty, pursuit of happiness and blood-sucking vampire that is my former party since my Summer of 2001 conservative epiphany. I know how rotten is the smell of the un-dead inside precinct and county party meetings after dusk. To be a Democrat is to lie in a never-ending appeal to class and race envy. Hence my aversion to the John McCains of the GOP who show that they love the U.S. Senate more than the U.S.A. when they refer to their Democrat colleagues as “honorable” after they launch BushLied Eras while troops are in harm’s way.
So it is with extreme tea partier/Rush is Right-dittohead ecstasy that I have witnessed Mitt Romney take the advice of El Rushbo in:
Finally, a Republican presidential nominee unafraid to call out the Democrats on moral grounds, rather than merely “disagreeing” with a so-called “honorable” opponent. It is not dirty in politics to tell the truth about one’s opponent, even if the truth is harsh, and the hard truth is that the Democrats are not an honorable party and haven’t been for decades. They are more like a mob in organized crime seeking to satisfy disparate parochial interests using taxpayer money for favors than a political party committed to principles that would promote the general welfare.
National Democrats stand for nothing save their own power. When it suited their hold on power to keep blacks in chains, they did so. When it suited their electoral prospects to favor Jim Crow, they did so. When it suited their hold on Congress to kick the black man out of the house and make Uncle Sam daddy, they did so. They favored the Viet Cong, Reds in Russia and now the Muslim Brotherhood.
They oppose affording the armed forces of the United States a few extra days to vote, but sue to allow felons the franchise. Motor Voter and amnesty for illegal yutes? What else but a scheme to sneak them into the voting booth in swing states. They oppose photo IDs for voting lest the dead miss out on casting votes for Jack Asses in Chicago and elsewhere, even if doing so requires that they slander Blacks as too stupid to accept a free such ID from the government.
Thank you Mitt Romney for calling them out. Keep up the good work.
“One man with courage makes a majority.” – Andrew Jackson
Even Samuel Wurzelbacher couldn’t plug leaks from this Vice President’s pipes
Occupy White House aka Obama-Biden Forward 2012 began week three of its campaign to save America from Bain Capital’s former CEO by trashing the relevance of “private equity” and plumbing experience to presidential job requirements and qualifications:
“Your job as president is to promote the common good. That doesn’t mean the private-equity guys are bad guys. They’re not,” Biden said at New Hampshire’s Keene State College. “But that no more qualifies you to be president than being a plumber. And, by the way, there’re an awful lot of smart plumbers. All kidding aside, it’s not the same job requirement.”
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has argued that his business experience makes him best suited to fix the economy and create jobs. Vice President Biden’s remarks echo President Barack Obama’s recent dismissal of profit-making ability in carrying out a president’s job to “make sure everyone has a fair shot.”
Conservative Republican policies work best for the poor, middle class and Liberty-based happiness pursuits for all
An exchange with a close friend, self-described as a “bleeding heart” who is “sure” President Barack Obama will be re-elected, inspired the eponymous section of this column discussed further below, but first let’s address concerns of conservatives who delivered the historic 2010 GOP mid-term election landslide that may be disillusioned by the emergence of Mitt Romney as the likely nominee of the Republican Party after the failures of Cain, Bachmann and Perry to continue the tea partier takeover.
Caring for the poor is always defined by support for the latest Democratic Party proposal
During my teen and young adult Democratic Party activism years in the 70s and 80s, the number one scare tactic used by the party to scare widows and orphans, i.e. the poor, was their claim that if Republicans controlled the government, they would “take away your checks”. Ronald Reagan, famously asserted his support for a safety net for the “truly needy” and despite several periods of exclusive GOP control of the executive and legislative branches over the last 30 years, the safety net remains intact.
Our native state teaches the now Stone Mountain of Georgia-roosted gamecock a personal lesson: Newt is acceptable
Mike DeVine Law Gamecock is humbled.
That so many voters that have earned my respect for so many years have chosen to support Newt Gingrich over Mitt Romney convinces me that Mitt is not so much better than Newt, that a vote for the former Speaker is not acceptable. Newt is a worthy fighter… and the crow and humble pie ordered here, here and here… needed more sugar and salt, respectively, thank you very much.
Palmetto State poised for pragmatic pick over preening vulture anti-capitalists
South Carolinians have seen too many shuttered textile plants never visited by Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital to fall for Newt-Perry slurs that blame the buyers of companies already failing due to the internal policies of the sellers or external policies of governments.
Vultures eat the dead.
Mitt’s free market capitalism brand is the best bet to drink at an Obama re-election denial tea party
The depths of Great Depression II and the historic 2010 tea partier conservative-driven Republican Party mid-term landslide encouraged dreams of a Reagan-like 2012 GOP nominee to retire President Barack Obama to a resumption of his autobiographical writing career.
The crashing sounds of Bachmann’s looseness with the facts, Cain’s knowledge gaps and Perry’s non-creative vulture mis-sighting-destruction awoke this South Carolina gamecock from Utopian REM eye-battings to the reality of imperfect choices absent Gippers and Silent Cals.
The 29% ceiling on Romney’s support was erected by him, not Southern Evangelicals
Bachmanns and Perrys come and Bachmanns and Perrys go, but Mitt never gets the leftovers, no matter how much he raises Cain. And don’t be fooled by the recent semantic flap over “Christians” and “cults”. Even Reverend Jeffressadmitted that he would vote for Mormon Romney over Christian President Barack Obama.
Religion is the least of Mitt’s problems with all Republican voters
No, the former Governor of the Bay State’s problem with Evangelicals, North and South and non-Evangelicals across the Fruited Plain is a matter of trust on conservative issues of mostly an economic variety.