Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, less than 24 hours after the 2012 Election results, is now moving to alter Senate rules that would greatly reduce Republicans’ ability to stop or slow Barack Obama’s second term agenda – namely as it pertains to potential Supreme Court nominees. Just as Senior White Houseadviser Valerie Jarrett promised – it’s revenge time against those who opposed the Obama administration.
Why should I be mad!? Upset of course ! Mad never. Upset that America actually had a chance. Upset that the lower class could of had the ability to grow. Upset that peoples visions and dreams will now be harder to achieve. Upset that the founding principles that made this nation great are slowly vanishing. Upset that small business will struggle to prosper and hire. upset for the American people because they deserve better!
and most of you wont get it and most of you wont even see the correlation but my post is the exact difference between my vision and the vision that the electoral college helped elect. Everything I said was from my heart direct to my friends, neighbors and fellow citizens. It was not a me me me! Divide and conquer. Prior to what you think, there is one party that is the party for ALL. There was a candidate that was truly sincere and actually had the ability to lift people up. But the president won, not from his record, but by painting a candidate that simply was not true. Dividing the nation, asking them to vote out of revenge and to have his back. While Romney was saying to vote out of the love of country. THERE’S the difference people. WAKE UP! Your stupid comments about race and woman parts and what not. What an excuse….Simply not true and instead of a ME ME ME approach follow the WE WE WE approach.
Enough of America, because it looks like it won’t be a majority, saw the hope and change they were promised 4 years ago… Enough of America, believe that the policies Obama has implemented these past 4 years will better America if continued. I am glad that so many American’s still have faith in Obama and his policies. I have a belief that all people want the best for their countries and it’s with that belief that I will extend my hand and congratulate them in their victory tonight. I will continue to hold the Democrats to their promises and call them out on any bad policies. Republicans have a lot of thinking and soul searching to do before the next election. You do not have to be a Political Scientist to understand the area’s in which Republicans need to address. I will continue to bring that change to the party. This has been a long year and a half. No more blaming Bush… This is your baby now Obama, now do with it as you wish.
1. $16 Trillion in Debt? On track to be $22 Trillion in 4 years….
2. $1.3 Trillion in Student Loan Debt?
3. 14.7% “True” Unemployment?
4. 46 Million on FoodStamps?
5. $4.00 gas?
6. A Republican party that is so bitter there will be no compromise?
7. Higher taxes?
8. Slower employment?
We wonder……as this all occurred under the PAST 4 YEARS of the Obama presidency. Can’t wait for the next 4 years!
Dear President Obama,
You are the 13th president under whom I have lived - - and, unlike any of the others, you truly scare me.
You scare me, because after months of exposure, I know nothing about you…..
You scare me, because I do not know how you paid for your expensive Ivy League education, and your upscale lifestyle and housing, with no visible signs of support…..
You scare me, because you did not spend the formative years of your youth growing up in America , and, culturally, you are not an American……..
You scare me, because you have never run a company or met a payroll…….
You scare me, because you have never had military experience, thus, don’t understand it at its’ core…..
You scare me, because you lack humility and “class”, always blaming others…..
You scare me, because for over half your life, you have aligned yourself with radical extremists who hate America , and you refuse to publicly denounce these radicals who wish to see America fail…..
You scare me, because you are a cheerleader for the “BLAME AMERICA ” crowd, and deliver this message, abroad…..
You scare me, because you want to change America to a European style country, where the Government sector dominates, instead of the Private sector…..
You scare me, because you want to replace our health care system with a Government controlled one…..
You scare me, because you prefer “WIND MILLS”, rather than responsibly capitalizing on our own vast oil, coal and shale reserves…..
You scare me, because you want to kill the American Capitalist goose that lays the golden egg, which provides the highest standard of living in the world…..
You scare me, because you have begun to use “extortion” tactics against certain banks and corporations…..
You scare me, because your own political party shrinks from challenging you on your wild and irresponsible spending proposals……….
You scare me, because you will not openly listen to, or even consider opposing points of view from intelligent people……..
You scare me, because you falsely believe that you are both omnipotent and omniscient…..
You scare me, because the media gives you a “free pass” on everything you do…..
You scare me, because you demonize and want to silence the Limbaughs, Hannitys, O’Reillys and Becks who offer opposing, conservative points of view…..
You scare me, because you prefer controlling over governing…..
Finally, You scare me, because if you serve a second term, I probably will not feel safe in writing a similar letter in eight years.
The Rasmussen daily tracking poll was tied for several days following Hurricane Sandy, but it seems Obama’s temporary bump is over. Rasmussen, who very accurately predicted the outcome of the election in 2008, is now projecting a 49-48 victory for Mitt Romney over…
Its funny how earlier in the campaign cycle the media only showed Rasmussen and Gallup polls. But since Gallup and Rasmussen both showed Romney with huge victories, they resorted to very liberal small polling companies that nobody should trust. I laugh when people turn on CNN and are excited that Huffington post has Obama up, or Detroit daily shows Obama winning!…I’m like, calm your self down..
By tomorrow night we’ll likely know the name of the next president. But we already know the loser in this election cycle: political reporters. They’ve disgraced themselves. Conservatives have long complained about liberal bias in the media, and with some justification. But it has finally reached the tipping point. Not in our lifetimes have so many in the press dropped the pretense of objectivity in order to help a political candidate. The media are rooting for Barack Obama. They’re not hiding it.
The point is that many in the press are every bit as corrupt as conservatives have accused them of being. The good news is, it’s almost over. The broadcast networks, the big daily newspapers, the newsweeklies — they’re done. It’s only a matter of time, and everyone who works there knows it. That may be why so many of them seem tapped out, lazy and enervated, unwilling to stray from the same tired story lines. Some days they seem engaged only on Twitter, where they spend hours preening for one another and sneering at outsiders.
By the next presidential cycle most of these people will be gone. They’ll have moved on to academia or think tanks or Democratic senate campaigns, or wherever aging hacks go when their union contracts finally, inevitably get voided. They’ll be replaced by a vibrant digital marketplace filled with hungry young reporters who care more about breaking stories than maintaining access to some politician or regulator.
All of this was probably inevitable, but it came faster than expected. Through their dishonesty the legacy media hastened their own end. Their moral authority has evaporated. So has their business model. Wave them goodbye on the way out.
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Had Barack Obama done the job of president with the same passion and vision he displayed in seeking it, he would likely deserve another term. He did not.
Obama’s failure to accelerate the improvement of the economy is the dominant reason Romney is the right choice, but it’s not the only one. There are also the broken promises. On the campaign trail in 2008, Obama promised to halve the annual budget deficit of the United States. Instead, the shortfall has remained over $1 trillion per year, and the national debt has increased about 45 percent…
Elected with a significant mandate and his party briefly in control of both houses of the Congress, Obama squandered the support of the nation.