It’s not every day that the MSM comes down hard on the Democratic Party. But on Wednesday, following the floor vote to put God and Jerusalem back in the party’s platform, CNN didn’t pull any punches. Kudos to Anderson Cooper and company.
If the Democratic Party intended to co-opt the Occupy Wall Street crowd to pad the outcome of the upcoming Presidential election, as some pundits suggest, the OWS turnout at the Democratic National Convention appears to show that the party has failed.
In a recent interview with Virginia’s NBC 12 , President Barack Obama said he “regrets” his “syntax,” but not the point he made when he told business owners, “You didn’t build that.” The President claims that it is easy to determine what he meant.
For the rank and file, the Democratic Party is the party that encourages infanticide and perverted lifestyles. That sort of behavior can be glorified only when God is not recognized. So the rank and file left God out of the party’s platform and then booed when He was put back in.
Flacks for President Barack Obama are going absolutely ballistic at Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, denouncing them as liars and implying they are thieves, felons and even murderers. And then they have the nerve to accuse Romney and Ryan of running a dirty campaign! So who is it that’s doing the lying?
Are you better off than you were four years ago? Chances are if you happen to be of the “hope” and “change” crowd that in 2008 got President Obama the keys to the White House, the answer is a resounding “No!”.
Speaking at the American Legion’s convention last week, Mitt Romney said he vows to get veterans out of unemployment lines and to stop defense cuts triggered by budgeting quarrels in the Capitol.
President Barack Obama, trying to rekindle enthusiasm with American college students, told a group near the University of Virginia last week that Republicans are “banking” on low youth voter turnout in November.
Conservative friends who were at the Republican National Convention have told me, with considerable pride, that the Republican platform for 2012 is “the best one we’ve seen in the past 20 years.” Looking over the various provisions in it, they’re probably right. But so what?
On the campaign stump last week, Mitt Romney took a thinly veiled swipe at President Barack Obama’s birth certificate controversy when he said to a crowd in Michigan: “No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate.”