A group of black pastors is rallying together in an attempt to decrease the support of President Barack Obama in black communities. Their efforts are largely a response to Obama’s same-sex marriage stance. The group claims to have 3,742 black pastors in its camp.
President Barack Obama took $5,000 out of his own pockets to donate to his campaign. Democrats admit that Republicans have raised more money and that Obama’s re-election campaign has fallen behind in donations. “On its own, what I gave won’t be enough to surmount the unprecedented fundraising we’ve seen on the other side,” said the President.
Democrats in general and President Barack Obama in particular — aided by a sycophantic and fawning news media — are ranting about Mitt Romney’s offshore accounts, portraying him as evil and greedy because he chose to “hide” his money in “secretive” Cayman Island banks.
The Supreme Court ruling to uphold Obamacare strikes to the heart of an argument used by the Republican Party to accept the unconservative and unpalatable candidates it nominates for President: You must vote Republican in order to ensure conservatives are appointed to the bench.
Washington, D.C. is a cesspool of corruption. The fact that Congressman Ron Paul has spent 22 years in Congress, including the last 15, and not been infected by the corruption is what sets him apart from most other politicians. Sadly, it seems his son Rand did not inherit his father’s fortitude.
Wayne Allyn Root is a well-known Las Vegas oddsmaker with one of the most accurate records of predicting political races. In fact, correct prognostications earned him a star on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars. What does Root predict the outcome of November’s Presidential election will be? Obama will lose.
Mitt Romney defended the individual mandate requirement of his Massachusetts healthcare reform bill that would later become the model for Obamacare when he was Governor of that State. The Republican presidential candidate continues to defend the State’s healthcare overhaul, saying that it was the right thing for Massachusetts.
In the 1994 chart topper “Wanted Dead Or Alive,” Jon Bon Jovi boasted of riding on a steel horse. His mode of transportation has changed. On Monday, the rocker flew to New York on Air Force One. A White House official said that Bon Jovi was a “guest of the President.”
A former Alabama Congressman walked off the Democrats’ plantation last week, and former President Bill Clinton suggested that Mitt Romney had been a successful governor and his work at Bain shouldn’t be criticized. If the king rat and other notables have set foot on the plank; can the rest of the horde be far behind?
During a speech on Saturday, Donald Trump conveyed that Mitt Romney might have a chance in November if the media would quit lying. He said that reporters are “really dishonest.” Trump also questioned the birthplace of President Barack Obama.