President Barack Obama’s allies in the press are clamoring for Tuesday night’s debate in Hempstead, New York as the Dear Leader hopes to springboard off of Joe Biden’s bully pulpit performance in Danville, Kentucky. Campaign advisers are promising a more “aggressive” tack from Obama which could force a bare-knuckled stance from Governor Mitt Romney. Paul Ryan was as polite as you could expect a politican to be on Thursday night, but don’t expect the same from Romney. If Obama takes the Biden approach in this debate, Romney will not take it lying down. Continue Reading
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The lame attempts by the press to paint Mitt Romney as a first rate-wuss are puzzling. This isn’t the first time that a Republican candidate for president has been portrayed in such a demeaning fashion. If what the media’s doing sounds familiar, it’s because they tried it back in 1988 with George H.W. Bush. In case you forgot, it didn’t work. Bush crushed Democrat Michael Dukakis in the general election by an eight-point margin. Why is the media implementing a previously failed strategy? Simple. People have short memories. Plus, Obama doesn’t really have much else going for him. What’s he going to do? Tout the economy, high unemployment, abysmal GDP growth? No, his hand is limited. Attacking, vilifying, and misrepresenting his opponent; this is what Barack Obama must do to avoid packing his bags in November and the media is more than willing to assist. Continue Reading
Since the Supreme Court decision was handed down last Thursday, Republicans, conservatives and other critics of the new health care law have been falling all over themselves in an attempt to find positives. Their attempts are genuine and notable but moot at the same time. Some argue that Chief Justice John Roberts “fell on his sword” so to speak; ruling in favor of the legislation’s constitutionality under the tax code and therefore sticking it to Obama and the Democrats who have railed all along that the individual mandate was not a tax. Others have pointed to the effect the ruling has had and will continue to have on the conservative grassroots. For those feeling un-energetic about the Romney campaign, this should light a reasonable sized fire under them. The “glass-is-half-full” mentality is admirable, but it’s important that we understand where this ruling puts us – politics aside. Continue Reading
Five months remain until the general election and Barack Obama seems unwilling to re-configure his playbook. Content with lying to the American people about the economy and reality in general, he continues to blame George W. Bush for our fiscal and economic predicament. Just to clarify, President Bush has been out of office since January 2009 and Obama has run up over five trillion dollars in new debt. If you’re doing the math, that’s more than President Bush ran up in two terms. It is now 2012 and we have experienced three and a half years under the rule of a glorified community agitator. After all the stimulus spending and so-called “investments in our future”, we’re still above 8% unemployment, quarterly GDP growth is non-existent, and the middle class is preparing to take it on the chin in January with the expiration of the Bush Tax Cuts and the commencement of tax increases tied to ObamaCare. Continue Reading
For those of you who believe that global unrest is key to reshaping the political, social and economic structures in Europe, the U.S. and elsewhere – you are mistaken. Raging against the “machine” is not only a misguided philosophy, it’s idiotic. Capitalism and free markets are not the reason the world is facing the problems it is today. Crony capitalism is what ails the world – a long with a host of accomplices. Chief among them are big, bloated governments here in the U.S. and across the pond. Continue Reading