It isn’t the end of the world for conservatives and truly Libertarian-leaning Republicans no matter how dire the re-election of President Barack Obama seems; but it is time for the neocon, moral-crusading wing of the GOP to be put to pasture if the Party will survive.
The barrage of celebrity-filled campaign videos that hit the Internet in the days just before the election should be enough to turn off any potential Barack Obama voters. The President and his A-list friends, it seems, believe that the ordinary Obama voter is uninformed and wildly immature.
Tomorrow, you will vote and hopefully Americans will know very quickly — without too many hanging chads, faulty machines or fraud accusations — whether President Mitt Romney or President Barack Obama will hold the Nation’s highest office for the next four years.
New York University students in a class on transnational terrorism cannot pass the course until they “hypothetically plan a terrorist attack” of their own, including details about location and how they would carry out their dastardly plans.
A vote for Mitt Romney is a vote for Barack Obama. A vote for either man is a vote for moving again further from the principles upon which this Nation was founded.
If the pundits on both sides of the political spectrum are to be believed, the upcoming Presidential election is one that will determine the future course of the United States.
When Tuesday’s debate moderator Candy Crowley interjected and said that President Barack Obama did in fact call the attack on Libya an “act of terror,” applause erupted. She then said it took two weeks for everything to get sorted out and Mitt Romney was correct about that. Michelle Obama clapped.
The headlines following last night’s debate were to be expected; jubilant cries from the mainstream media that President Barack Obama is back in front of the Presidential horse race. But, besides doing so in a more forceful manner, the President did little more than make the same promises that he has made since 2008 — and bend the truth to embolden his weak record.
Americans are told that this is the Presidential election that will determine the direction for the Nation’s future. The populace is told that a contest is under way between two ideologues — each with a separate vision for the United States and its people, and each with a different plan of action.
Two Californian Congressmen are fighting for votes. Really, they are. The cop on duty had to step in. No punches were thrown, but they came close. Democratic Representatives Brad Sherman and Howard Berman don’t seem too fond of each other.