Friday, August 31, 2012

MSNBC edits out all minorities; Huckabee discusses Dems budget; Condi discusses freedom; A journey of entitlements; Ann Romney describes her Mitt; Obama's empty promise; Obama's electronic pen signed letters to Seal families; Obama quote; Obama donations; Popping a blister; Karl Marx's last stand; Mitt connects; Mitt gains 6 points; Get used to saying President Romney; Grandma off cliff ad; DHS harrasses Ron Paul

If you were watching MSNBC’s coverage of the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Tuesday night, you might believe those assertions, since missing from the coverage was nearly every ethnic minority that spoke during Tuesday’s festivities.

In lieu of airing speeches from former Democratic Rep. Artur Davis, a black American; Mia Love, a black candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from Utah; and Texas senatorial hopeful Ted Cruz, a Latino American, MSNBC opted to show commentary anchored by Rachel Maddow from Rev. Al Sharpton, Ed Schultz, Chris Matthews, Chris Hayes and Steve Schmidt.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mike Mike Huckabee: I care far less as to where Mitt Romney takes his family to church than I do about where he takes this country. Joe Biden said, "Show me your budget, and I'll tell you what you value." Well, in the Senate, Joe's party hasn't produced a budget in three years.
What does that say about their values?
Speaking of budgets, Joe Biden's budget shows that while he wants to be generous with your money through higher taxes and government spending, for years he gave less than two-tenths of 1 percent of his money to charity.
He just wants you to give the government more so he and the Democrats can feel better about themselves. Mitt Romney has given over 16% of his income to his church and charity, and I'd feel better about having a leader who gives more of his own money instead of mine.
Condoleeza Rice: Everyone asks, where does America stand?
      Indeed -- indeed, that is the question of the hour.  Where
does America stand?  You see when the friends or foes alike
don't know the answer to that question, unambiguously and
clearly, the world is likely to be a more dangerous and chaotic
   Since world war II, the United States has had an answer to
that question.  We stand for free peoples and free markets.  We
will defend and support them.
     We will sustain a balance of power that favors freedom.

My fellow Americans, we do not have a choice.  We cannot be
reluctant to lead and you cannot lead from behind.
     Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan understand this reality.  Our
well- being at home and our leadership abroad are inextricably
linked.  They know what to do.  They know that our friends and
allies must again be able to trust us.  From Israel to Columbia,
from Poland to the Philippines, our allies and friends have to
know that we will be reliable and consistent and determined.
And our foes can have no reason to doubt our resolve because
peace really does come through strength.
Paul Ryan: None of us -- none of us have to settle for the best this
administration offers, a dull, adventureless journey from one
entitlement to the next, a government-planned life, a country
where everything is free but us.
   Listen to the way we're already spoken to -- listen to the
way we are spoken to already, as if everyone is stuck in some
class or station in life, victims of circumstances beyond our
control, with government there to help us cope with our fate.
It's the exact opposite of everything I learned
growing up in Wisconsin, or at college in Ohio.
   Now when I was waiting tables, washing dishes, or mowing
lawns for money, I never thought of myself as stuck in some
station in life. I was on my own path, my own journey, an
American journey, where I could think for myself, decide for
myself, define happen as for myself.  That is what we do in this
   That's freedom and I will take it any day over the
supervision and sanctimony of the central planners.
Read more:
Ann Romney: Today that company [Bain Capital - which Romney built] has become another great American success story.

Has it made those who started the company successful beyond their dreams?
Yes, it has.

It allowed us to give our sons the chance at good educations and made all those long hours of book reports and homework worth every minute. It's given us the deep satisfaction of being able to help others in ways that we could never have imagined. Mitt doesn't like to talk about how he has helped others because he sees it as a privilege, not a political talking point. And we're no different than the millions of Americans who quietly help their neighbors, their churches and their communities. They don't do it so that others will think more of them.

They do it because there IS no greater joy.

"Give and it shall be given unto you."
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Paul Ryan: President Barack Obama, came to office during an economic
crisis, as he has reminded us a time or two.  Those are very
tough days.  And any fair measure of his record has to take that
into account.  My own state voted for President Obama.  When he
talked about change, many people liked the sound of it.
Especially in Janesville where we were about to lose a major
factory.  A lot of guys I went to high school with worked at
that G.M. plant.  Right there at that plant, candidate Obama
said, ``I believe that if our government is there to support you,
this plant will be here for another 100 years.''
   That's what he said in 2008.  Well, as it turned out, that
plant didn't last another year.  It is locked up and empty to
this day.
We will not try to replace our Founding Principles - we will reappy our Founding Principles! Read more:

Sickening: Obama Didn’t Even Personally Sign Form Letters To Fallen SEALs

Outside of the Republican National Convention this week, Karen and Billy Vaughn spoke at the Defending the Defenders forum sponsored by the Tea Party Patriots. The Vaughn’s son, Aaron Carson Vaughn, was one of 30 – including 17 elite Navy SEALs – that were killed in a helicopter crash last August in Afghanistan, marking the “deadliest single loss for U.S. forces in the decade-long war in Afghanistan.”
As pointed out by the Gateway Pundit, The Vaughns brought the letter they received from “Barack Obama” – a form letter.
It was signed by an electric pen.
That’s not all. Karen Vaughn reached out to the parents of the other SEALs killed in that crash.Their letters were all the same. Form letters – signed by an electric pen.”
"But I don’t want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking. I want them to get out of the way so we can clean up the mess. I don’t mind cleaning up after them, but don’t do a lot of talking." — Barack Obama.
This video is a follow-up to Adrian Murray’s facebook post over the weekend, in which he says that he donated to the Obama campaign as “Adolph Hitler,” occupation “Dictator” living at a German address. As you can see in the clip, citizen journalist George Scaggs of Austin tries the same thing at three different campaign sites, that of Obama, Romney and Santorum. Only the Obama site accepted the donation without the verification number.
Let’s take a look at the three campaign websites mentioned in the video. Here’s Obama’s donation page. All of the following graphics can be enlarged by clicking on them.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ President Barack Obama says his re-election might help end the political stalemate in Washington, much like “popping a blister.”
In an interview with Time magazine, Obama says he expects Republicans in Congress to work more cooperatively in a second term, since his re-election would no longer be a factor.
The world is dynamic rather than static, so constantly thinking ahead is the key to understanding. Recognize now that on the morning after the election, whatever the result, America will never be the same. The results themselves will have wrought basic, fundamental change for the body politic. That inevitability underlines and highlights what you should be doing now to influence those results.
Karl Marx's Last Stand The wildly overconfident Left is least attuned to what is at stake for them. If Barack Obama is routed this fall as he should be, it will be worse for the left-wing neo-Marxist views he represents than if he had never been elected at all. For then the voters will have seen what he is offering and rejected it.
Mitt Romney’s convention speech may have redefined both the man and the candidate. It was like a reverse Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Mitt went to bed a pod person and woke up a human being. The speech was warm, humble and hit Obama hard. Most importantly, it sold Mitt as Mitt really was all along but struggled to show it – a technocratic, pro-growth business nationalist. This is the Romney that won Democratic-leaning Massachusetts in 2002 – a moderate conservative who can appeal to women, independents and perhaps even minorities. It’s a Romney that now stands a much better chance of winning the White House in 2012. 
Mitt Romney has swung 6 points in three days in the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll as he prepares to give his big speech accepting the Republican nomination for president, now leading President Obama 44 to 42 percent in the poll among likely voters.

Michael Moore: 'Get used to saying President Romney'

White House in panic – 'People should start to practice the words'


Video of the day - a response to the throwing Grandma off the cliff ad:
You remember when the Department of Homeland Security said if you have a Ron Paul bumper sticker, you might be a domestic terrorist?
Might explain why Ron Paul’s family and aides were detained by the TSA in Clearwater, Florida by the TSA.  They said they were a threat to Mitt Romney:
According to Lew Rockwell, Paul’s former chief of staff, agents first questioned the pilot’s credentials, then insisted the passengers and plane be searched for explosives. TSA agents did not cite any specific threat, but insinuated the Paul family was a threat to Mitt Romney, claiming the nominee “might be nearby.”
The pilot reminded agents the plane itself, filled with fuel, was a bomb. Agents persisted with demands that the passengers be thoroughly examined, but Carol, Paul’s 76-year-old wife, has a pacemaker. She refused to submit to a search while an aide began recording the event. Eventually, the agents relented.
Private aircraft are not subjected to the same rigorous security screenings of commercial aircraft, leading some to believe Paul’s family was targeted by the agency.
How many terrorist attacks have the TSA prevented?



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