We have seen over the past week a large number of newspapers defect from President Obama. These are major papers that wholeheartedly endorsed “hope and change” in the 2008 election.
Now today, after the President took his victory lap of disaster struck New York and then scuttled back to his campaigning, even that city’s papers have turned on him. The New York Post not only endorsed Mitt Romney in today’s paper, the included a scathing review of the failures and disappointments of Obama’s last four years. They call it “Our choice for America’s future: The Daily News endorses Mitt Romney for president” and it is well worth the read.
… a coward’s thousand deaths. Bill Whittle says it better than anyone when he says that a vote for ANYONE but Mitt Romney is a vote for socialism and the destruction of our republic as it was founded. Take a moment to watch and then share it with everyone.
Posted in 2012 Election Cycle, Barack Obama, Economy, Mitt Romney, Politics, Ron Paul
Tagged 2012 Election, Barack Hussein Obama, economy, Mitt Romney, Obama, politics, Romney
I’m glad to see people working to get the word out far and wide as to how important the outcome of this election is.
Billboard at the intersection of M40 and Blue Star near Saugatuck, MI.
(From Dave S. in my e-mail… thanks)
Tweet sent to me by my friend Brad:
Dear college kids: trust me on this, having a job when you graduate is WAY more ‘cool’ than voting for Barack Obama. I PROMISE. #Mitt2012
Posted in 2012 Election Cycle, Barack Obama, Economy, Humor, Politics, Politics
Tagged 2012 Election, Barack Hussein Obama, economy, Humor, Obama, politics
This is one of my all time favorite movie scenes. Kenneth Branagh really delivers in the movie version of William Shakespeare’s classic Henry V. This is a truly inspirational speech. It is perfect for getting you in the mood to carry us through to election day. Enjoy.
So last night, true to form, the President decided to deliver a whole host of whoppers and zingers instead of substantive answers on important national security issues. As Commander-in-Chief you would expect Obama would acknowledge that lower numbers of ships spread across the same size oceans results in longer cruises, more crew fatigue, and shorter equipment life cycles. You would expect that he would understand that the Marine Corps and Army still have procured over 500,000 bayonets since 1984 and they continue to train extensively in their use for the close quarters engagements that are so common in low intensity conflicts like Afghanistan. At least he should be familiar with recent conflicts and how our troops have been engaging and destroying the enemy. This last item is especially telling as his own Vice President attended last years dedication of the America’s Response Memorial.
I mention this memorial specifically because it was raised, through private funding, to recognize those special operations soldiers deployed in the first weeks following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 It depicts a special operations soldier mounted on an Afghan war stallion while traversing mountainous terrain.. Sculpted by Douwe Blumberg, it was inspired by photos shared at the announcement of troop involvement in Afghanistan.
Alex Quade produced an award winning mini-documentary called Secret Mission: The Horse Soldiers of 9/11. The Daily Caller has been kind enough to host it on their site. The soldiers profiled in the film share a lot of inspirational stories and details about the early days of America’s response to the 9/11 attacks. This is one of my favorite bits:
“It was like out of the Old Testament,” says Lt. Col. Max Bowers, retired Green Beret, who commanded the three horseback teams. “You expected Cecil B. DeMille to be filming and Charlton Heston to walk out.”
President Obama’s callous and politically calculated amnesia at the debate dishonors these warriors and all those who followed behind them. They deserve a real Commander-in-Chief even more than America needs a new president.
If you want more information on these heroes who rode to war on horseback, you can read the fantastic Doug Stanton book called Horse Soldiers. Also, you should check out the U.S. Army M-9 bayonet and the U.S.M.C’s OKC3S bayonet. You can never be too prepared.
UPDATE: My father was in the Navy so I can’t let this tidbit slide. Someone needs to remind America’s self-anointed 4th Smartest President that ships that go under water have been sunk. Submarines are called “boats”.
Posted in 2012 Election Cycle, Barack Obama, History, Military, Mitt Romney, Politics
Tagged 2012 Election, Afghanistan, Barack Hussein Obama, debate, history, Military, Mitt Romney, Obama, politics, Special Forces
Investor’s Business Daily has taken a look at what Michelle Obama has described recently as the “huge recovery” her husband has fostered. They agree with the First Lady that the current state of the economy is the result of “what this president has done”. While the graphic below sums it all up, I urge you to read the entire story.
Vice President Joe Biden (aka Uncle Chuckles) and Congressman Paul Ryan had their debate tonight. this was supposed to be the substantive debate between serious policy experts. Just how seriously did “good ol’ Joe” take it… and consequently, the plight of America and her people?
This is the guy one heartbeat away from the Presidency? (shudder)
Great new video from Ben Howe.
(Hat tip to Ace of Spades HQ for finding this.)
Last night the candidates for President met for the first time in a debate setting. You’ve probably seen the spin machines already at work and had your e-mail inundated. For a brief but complete (and absolutely hilarious) roundup of the debate, watch below.
You almost don’t need the subtitles.
Posted in 2012 Election Cycle, Barack Obama, Humor, Mitt Romney, Politics, Politics
Tagged 2012 Election, Barack Hussein Obama, debate, economy, healthcare, Humor, Mitt Romney, Obama, Obamacare, politics, Romney