If liberals like Jeb Bush, what does that say about him? Conservatives are skeptical of him, but we expect to see a liberal media campaign designed to portray Bush as the inevitable GOP candidate in 2016. We certainly don’t want to see a Karl Rove candidate going up against ruthless leftists like Clinton or Warren.
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Conservative iconoclast M. Stanton Evans once aptly remarked that in America: “We have two parties… and only two. One is the evil party, and the other is the stupid party.” The evil party gave us ObamaCare, an imperial judiciary and the public morality of a Babylonian brothel. The stupid party gave us Karl Rove.
The victory of Barack Hussein Obama was no real surprise to me. I expected the outcome, and the only state that went to Obama that really surprised me was Virginia. Most social conservatives held the same view as I did about the election, but did not publicly speak about the probable reelection of Obama for fear of discouraging voters at a time when many good social conservatives were running for the House and Senate.
GING-PAC endorsed presidential candidate Rick Santorum was on Greta Van Susteren’s program “On The Record” recently to discuss the future of the GOP and Romney’s failed campaign.
Santorum believed the Romney campaign missed opportunities to discuss cultural and social issues during the campaign – especially those issues that impact the building of strong families. Poverty isn’t just the result of lost jobs; it is the result of bad moral choices.
Romney completely ignored the moral aspect of poverty and such cultural issues as abortion on demand and single parenthood.
A group of 500 retired Generals and Admirals recently posted an advertisement in the Washington Times supporting Mitt Romney for President – and clearly rejecting Obama as Commander-in-Chief over the military. Obama has only six or so retired, high-ranking officers who support him – including the ultra-liberal Wesley Clark – who is a darling of MSNBC and other leftist media outlets.
If re-elected, President Obama will be totally unrestrained by concerns about another election. He will undoubtedly do everything he can to reward the abortion industry for their support of him. He’s already aiding the abortion industry by mandating that employers (even Christian ones) provide abortion, contraceptive and sterilization services in their health insurance plans. The baby killing industry will reap millions through this mandated coverage.
In last night’s first Presidential Debate, Americans saw POTUS Obama without his TOTUS (Teleprompter) and it wasn’t a pretty sight.
MSNBC commentators were appalled at his performance. Mike Barnicle noted: “There’s another element here that perhaps should be under discussion: The President had no Teleprompter last night. He speaks almost all the time off of a Teleprompter. Forced now to stand on his feet after years in the bubble, getting pushed back a little, he didn’t do well. He didn’t do too well.”
Bill Maher, the foul-mouthed Christian hating “comedian” tweeted: “I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Obama looks like he DOES need a teleprompter.”
What if this had been today’s lead story at MSNBC: “Having made the decision to truly differentiate himself from his opponent, Barack Obama announced yesterday that he would not allow social issues such as same-sex marriage and ‘reproductive choice’ to distract him from his main message of wealth redistribution. Obama said, ‘While the issue of same-sex marriage may be important to some of those who would vote for the Democratic ticket, I cannot be distracted from my main objective of bringing equal outcome to the people of this nation.’”
Among those speaking at the convention was serial adulterer and suspected rapist Bill Clinton, comic relief Joe Biden, and Sandra Fluke, the law school graduate who wants taxpayer-funded contraceptives.
Fluke spoke on Wednesday and claimed that Republican Vice President candidate Paul Ryan would like to see pregnant women die from botched abortion in hospital emergency rooms. According to Fluke, if Romney and Ryan are elected, “It would be an America in which you have a new vice president who co-sponsored a bill that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency rooms. An America in which states humiliate women by forcing us to endure invasive ultrasounds we don’t want and our doctors say we don’t need.”
Earlier this afternoon, Rick Santorum stood before a podium in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to announce that he is suspending his campaign for President of the United States. Watch his video: