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It´s the Message, Morons
American Thinker, by William L. Gensert

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Posted By:DW626, 1/25/2013 6:49:29 AM

On November 6, 2012, almost 66 million Americans traded the nation´s future for a chance to worship a false god. In a country of over 315 million people, a minority of eligible voters traded prosperity for the illusion of forced fairness. In reelecting Barack Obama, with fewer votes than in 2008, voters traded harmony for the divisiveness of America´s most polarizing president. Woody Allen said, "eighty percent of success is just showing up." How true, because a little more than 20% of America has successfully forced upon the nation 4 more years of Barack the failure.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: EnsignO´Toole, 1/25/2013 7:13:25 AM     (No. 9138065)

FTA: Barack Obama is the worst thing to ever happen to this nation, and most Americans support neither him nor his policies.

Barack Obama, redolent with the stench of false supremacy, is now convinced that he is the greatest man to have ever lived -- not too difficult a task, since he had always suspected as much anyway.

Every sentence and every paragraph is a gem. Finally someone has the courage to call a "spade a spade" - can I say that without being called a nasty name? Anyway, this is a great article and should be a Must Read - it just might get through to some morons.







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Reply 2 - Posted by: bpl40, 1/25/2013 7:52:50 AM     (No. 9138100)

Republicans share the blame in this for not being able to get working, tax paying, constitution respecting Americans to the polls in sufficient numbers. Racial minorities cast 28% of the votes while numbering 23% of the electorate. I am not a person of the white race but (believe) that is a recipe for national suicide.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: kanphil, 1/25/2013 8:08:14 AM     (No. 9138148)

The more of this the better. Too bad some elected republicans don´t have this kind of fire in the belly. Time to throw them all out.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Rusino, 1/25/2013 8:20:43 AM     (No. 9138181)

As a Republican, I lay the blame on Republicans in elected office and those who stayed away from the polls.

Our elected leaders gave such weak support to Romney/ Ryan that many voters thought litttle of them. They could have saved us from the current OCCUPIOR OF THE OVAL OFFICE!

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Reply 5 - Posted by: secondtimelucky, 1/25/2013 8:28:27 AM     (No. 9138194)

It doesn´t matter what the media says -- they have smeared their lipstick in service of Barack for a long time and will continue to do so.´´

now THAT´S evocative...

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Reply 6 - Posted by: stablemoney, 1/25/2013 8:35:19 AM     (No. 9138215)

I wonder how many working people vote? They are exhausted from taking all the responsibilities. Others want that money and vote to get it. Maybe we need new vote at work voter capabilities and voter drives.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: Felixcat, 1/25/2013 8:36:16 AM     (No. 9138219)

I just don´t understand the Republicans fear of challenging Obama, other than his taupeness is scaring them...

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Reply 8 - Posted by: JAN, 1/25/2013 8:41:12 AM     (No. 9138228)

Just love that an article excoriates Obama and his voters and all the blame lands on the republicans.

Either this site has been invaded by people from another planet or we are going to get the government we so richly deserve in 2014.

Nancy Pelousy as leader and Reid will in charge of the senate. Unless that is, Reid is replaced by Menendez.

Just keep up the republican bashing. Seems to make many here quite thrilled.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: Holeymoses, 1/25/2013 9:12:17 AM     (No. 9138306)

Obama could not be where he is and could not do what he does if the media were not behind him. They are the ones pushing their idol and creating a false image for the low information peasants- who unfortunately vote.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: steveW, 1/25/2013 9:12:46 AM     (No. 9138309)

It´s the immorality, stupid.

Taking from those who have earned and handing it to those who have not - the entire modus operandi of the Democrats and the root principle of socialism - is immoral, not just misguided or dumb. Immoral. Until Republicans get this and can convey it, in terms of morality, there is no hope. You cannot convey the immorality of the socialist ideology when you grant it "good intentions".

This is currently out of reach of the GOP, though, since it still stubbornly supports so many of the Democrats´ redistributionist programs.

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Reply 11 - Posted by: PoliticalJunky, 1/25/2013 9:14:00 AM     (No. 9138314)

To the culpability of our Republican leaders for luke warm support of Romney, add the Tea Parties. I had a go at the head of my Tea Party Patriots and got nowhere with her. They supported conservative Senators and Reps but sat on their hands as to Romnney.

To that add in the damage done by Newt Gingrich who had no way open to the nomination because he was not on the ballot in Virginia and in some counties in other states but who, despite having to know that (he´s not stupid though his followers were) would not get out of the way or shut up. I got a phone call from someone on his behalf yesterday and as soon as she identified herself I erupted with "Newt Gingrich! If it wasn´t for him we could have elected Romney!" and hung up. I am usually polite to everyone. I must be at the end of my patience.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: 3XALADY, 1/25/2013 9:24:24 AM     (No. 9138338)

Just curious ~ what is Newt running for now that you received a phone call on his behalf? Or is he needing $$ to pay off loans? I thought the political calls were over for this year.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: pineledger, 1/25/2013 9:29:01 AM     (No. 9138350)

I´m with 8. It´s possible to denigrate Obama without doing the same to the Republicans.

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Reply 14 - Posted by: OhMy, 1/25/2013 9:29:39 AM     (No. 9138353)

Why the Republican bashing?? Obama is a disaster and we urgently need leaders to stop him and all the people in a position to obstruct this catastrophe are mute and paralyzed. The author of this article has done a great job of exposing Obama. There is little anyone could add to it and no hope of changing Obama. The only hope is to resurrect the opposition from the dead! Remember the Benghazi cover up and "investigation" . There is no opposition to the worst administration ever.

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Reply 15 - Posted by: stymie82, 1/25/2013 9:29:41 AM     (No. 9138354)

Come on #11, was it Newt that phoned in the last two debates after being so strong in the first? Did Newt tell the RNC that relying on an untested computer program on Election Day was a good idea? Was that Newt strolling arm-in-arm on the beaches of NJ, or was that Judas Chris Christie?

Blaming Newt because he put up a good fight in the primaries is fake, phony, fraudulent.

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Reply 16 - Posted by: DoktorFranken, 1/25/2013 9:32:03 AM     (No. 9138361)

I posted something like this on Facebook a while back ---

Let´s play a game of "Turn Around".
Obozo comes out in 2004. But, he´s a Republican.
And that´s the END of his political career.
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Just like the State Controlled Lapdog Media DESTROYED Palin, Obozo would be NO ONE without them.

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Reply 17 - Posted by: Grambo, 1/25/2013 9:39:27 AM     (No. 9138382)

Lots of shrapnel flying here today. I can hear Valerie Jarrett giggling off stage.

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Reply 18 - Posted by: beat the press, 1/25/2013 9:57:04 AM     (No. 9138427)

obama can´t function without an enemy. Disarm him and let him have his way. The results will be devastating, but the sooner he and he alone is held responsible for all the misery he wants to foist on Americans, the better off we will be in the long run.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: Chuzzles, 1/25/2013 10:01:40 AM     (No. 9138449)

I agree with #8. There is a huge influx of new names posting. I suspect these are not the Republicans they would have you believe they are. They spew hopelessness and division amongst us and I for one, am getting sick of it. Maybe it´s time for a clean up on aisle 5?

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Reply 20 - Posted by: Me?Opinionated?Nah!, 1/25/2013 10:08:42 AM     (No. 9138459)

Does the dumbing-down of America have an expiration date? So far, thanks to its corrupt media, the answer seems to be No!

Has America’s GOP gone from grand old party to gutless obsequious pantywaists? Seems like it.

Did America set out to have a megalomaniacal president/commander-in-chief? Seems inconceivable. But, just look around. It’s the way things are.

What must an American do to get his or her country back when the time to ponder that question is rapidly running out?


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Reply 21 - Posted by: peterfleming, 1/25/2013 10:12:49 AM     (No. 9138476)

He´s right, Obama needs to be ridiculed !!
His raging, vindictive, unresolved psychological problems, and there are many,
show us he cannot stand to be ridiculed, this arrogant would-be king. So, make it tough and funny and outrageous. Serious criticism will not work against the King and his Court made up of the supplicating Diane Sawyer, kiss ass TV media. This Gensert article is brilliant: ridicule the little king. Ridicule, ridicule, ridicule. He is psychologically weak and vulnerable. Go to the best professional analysis
www.destructivepresident.com


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Reply 22 - Posted by: Arby, 1/25/2013 10:15:15 AM     (No. 9138484)

When I listen to people discuss his ´policies´ their opinions are so vapid and uninformed that I´m close to despairing over the fate of our country.

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Reply 23 - Posted by: RancherJack, 1/25/2013 10:57:25 AM     (No. 9138589)

Kosmokrators and archons

Some of you will Dictionary that

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Reply 24 - Posted by: Butch59, 1/25/2013 11:00:58 AM     (No. 9138605)

It must be understood that a good many of "Republicans" in Congress have as their first priority is getting re-elected. EVERYTHING is secondary to that. As such, they become, over time, RINOS and Dim Lite. They like the idea of loading down various bills with earmarks because it proides federal dollars being spent in their own districts. And that makes the voters happy. Obozo has just taken this to a new high. Spread the dollars around to those who are expected to vote for him and belittle those who oppose him. And for good measure, do everything possible to destroy any and all opposition. And he has the best ally in the world. The media.

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Reply 25 - Posted by: little guy, 1/25/2013 11:07:29 AM     (No. 9138622)

We have a REAL big problem when you learn that almost 20% of the registered Republicans who showed up to vote on Election Day, didn´t vote for Romney/Ryan. They may not all have voted for Obammy but many did (while some didn´t vote for Prez at all and some even went 3rd party) you realize that there is little to be hopeful about. I´ve had my Republican friends say that keeping their kids on their medical until 26 was something they liked. Many older Republicans wanted the handouts to continue and the unemployed ones wanted 99 weeks of unemployment insurance! Romney talked about everyone pulling their own weight but many in his party don´t like that idea --- and voted accordingly.

Right now, many Republicans are starting to sound like old Civil War vets who keep thinking the South will rise again! It won´t. 150 years ago, many held on to their Confederate money, thinking it would come back into style. It didn´t. There has been a sea change in the country and we can´t just lay it all at Obammy´s feet. "We have met the enemy ... and he is us!". We need a new strategy. Pronto.

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Reply 26 - Posted by: Lawsy0, 1/25/2013 11:11:57 AM     (No. 9138635)

The Tree of Hope is dying, branch by dying branch. (Search that reference w/ Ground Zero.)

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Reply 27 - Posted by: skedaddle, 1/25/2013 11:46:27 AM     (No. 9138735)

I don´t understand the moaning of some about attacking "Republicans". The Republican Party is to blame because they´ve let in way too many Democrats. There is no other way (except for live boy/dead girl) to explain the actions of federal level elected Republicans. What I´m really fighting for is an opposition party to the Democrats - our country runs better with at least 2 parties in opposition to each other. What we have now is closer to the old Soviet Union.

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Reply 28 - Posted by: suziesuburbanite, 1/25/2013 11:46:51 AM     (No. 9138736)

Bambam is looking a lot more like Herbert Hoover than FDR

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Reply 29 - Posted by: johngalt1, 1/25/2013 12:03:23 PM     (No. 9138777)

Gotta admire Gensert’s pluck. His “I’m mad as hell and not going to take it anymore” vow is exactly the attitude the GOP needs to cultivate. However, even Gensert doesn’t fully get it.

Republicans always head into elections locked and loaded. They just never seem to know who to aim at. Newt, for all his flaws, painted the target for us during the primaries. And we continued shooting at decoys when we somehow managed to avoid shooting ourselves in the foot.

The GOP’s real high-value target is not the 66 million Americans who voted for Obama. It’s not even Obama himself. It’s the media—the so-call Fourth Estate—which has become a cabal of fawning sycophants in the service of liberalism.

Republicans stood and cheered Newt when he challenged liberal moderators and refused to back down. We applauded because Newt was actually fighting back against the real foes of conservatism—the ones we face election after election no matter who Democrats nominate for any particular office.

To level the playing field, Republicans have to mount and sustain a full-frontal assault on liberal media bootlickers, brown-nosers, suck-ups, lap-dogs, etc., not because they are incredibly annoying (they are), but because their continued dereliction of duty poses a grave danger to our Republic.

No candidate should be given a pass instead of a thorough vetting. No politician should be immune from criticism. No leader should be able to dodge hard questions.

The GOP should hire Newt to run a GOP boot camp to train Republicans how to deal with the media—including how to make the media itself the focus of stories—to hinder JournoList types from sending their carefully-scripted, coordinated talking points “halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get it’s pants on.”


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Reply 30 - Posted by: Lou E Brown, 1/25/2013 12:18:29 PM     (No. 9138815)

Excellent take on the entire pursuit of happiness for mr.obama, king of the news.

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Reply 31 - Posted by: octrojan, 1/25/2013 12:23:25 PM     (No. 9138831)

I´m not sure I understand the venom toward Rep electeds. If the base doesn´t care--and they couldn´t be bothered to turn out and vote unless some computer program told them to, apparently--why should the politicians care?

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Reply 32 - Posted by: ncgrammie4, 1/25/2013 12:40:54 PM     (No. 9138873)

I beleive there isn´t a hair difference in any of these politicians in DC. We just elected a Republican to replace our Dem Congressman. He promised to be conservative and fought all the Republicans running against him in the primary elections. Even name calling, dirty political tactics, lies, etc. As soon as he won in Nov he did a complete about face. In his first interview this month he was touting the fact that he was reaching across the aisle and his new best friend is Congressman Joe Kennedy. Now I know that he will not represent anything I stand for. Perhaps we are the morons.

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Reply 33 - Posted by: LOL Thomas, 1/25/2013 1:12:11 PM     (No. 9138952)

What myopia. What short-lived memories.

How do you explain the massive crowds that turned out for Romney rallies in contrast to the abysmally low turnouts for Obama? Why did the DNC decide to move their convention to a site with far fewer seats?

Does no one remember the rampant VOTE FRAUD, such as the 141 percent ‘turnout’ in St. Lucie County, Florida? I bet Allen West remembers!

Similar population/registrant vs vote discrepancies took place in other states, particularly in the battleground states.

And how about those Philadelphia precincts voting 100 percent for Obama . . . after the Democrat polecats forcefully pushed the Republican poll watchers from the buildings?

And the Ohio voters who went to the polls . . . intending to vote . . . but were turned away because they were told they’d already voted?!  I wonder how those Ohioans feel about this myopic blame-the-Republicans piece.

And the military votes? Did any of the ballots actually get to our military in time for their votes to count? Of those ballots that did, how many actually make it to the voter precincts here? Besides the more ‘common’ delays, why did a plane — that was transporting military votes — oh, so conveniently, crash?


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Reply 34 - Posted by: Rafter, 1/25/2013 1:14:10 PM     (No. 9138957)

We see lots of bashing of Republicans here.

If we had kept the House in GOP hands straight through...
rather than the losses in 2006 and 2008...
there would be no Obamacare passed.

Point fingers. Cast blame.
And cut off your nose to spite your face.

A GOP House is better than a DimWitz House.
A GOP Prez is better than a DimWitz Prez.
A GOP Senate will be better than this DimWitz Senate we have.

The blame for Obamacare rests with those who "punished" the GOP House by losing
it to the DimWitz for four years.
Self-destructive self-righteousness.

Look in the mirror. Read it and weep.
If the shoe fits...

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Reply 35 - Posted by: smcchk, 1/25/2013 1:16:29 PM     (No. 9138966)

Most important point: forget the MSM will ever be friendly. Don´t trust them, find other venues. That was Romney/Ryans´s downfall to not embrace alternative media.

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Reply 36 - Posted by: snakeoil, 1/25/2013 1:47:57 PM     (No. 9139024)

I voted. What else could I do? Am not willing to pay the price Oswald did. Need my money for myself and not willing to give it to Republican campaigns to squander on poor commercials. ØDumbø´s weakest link was the healthcare debacle. But Romney merely mentioned it. In fact he said he would keep the good parts and fixed what needed to be fixed. I couldn´t believe it. What good parts? Plus Mittens spent a lot of time trying to convince people he was a nice guy. He should have been going after The Kenyan Nincompoop and pointed out that he is out to destroy America and us. At least the fly that attacked The Indonesian Imbecile knew what it was doing.

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Reply 37 - Posted by: Penney, 1/25/2013 1:51:49 PM     (No. 9139030)

AS Mark Levin has so appropriately stated, America needs more, ´Paul & Paulette Reveres!´

Why NOW, after the USA has become THE authentic beacon of individual Liberty, Pursuit of Happiness & the resulting prosperity on the planet? The answer is evident: Americans who cherish Life Liberty must first ourselves understand the foundational principles which have kept the USA free in order for us to recognize the devious threat to that freedom which is currently being deemed by the dem´s counterfeit agenda which erodes Liberty as well as Life! Only then can, ´Paul & Paulette Revere,´ sound the alarm! (What is the GOP message?)

Apparently there are now too many who take freedom for granted because they have been taken in by the radical ´60s dems´ & their media´s socialist siren song, which always leads to tyranny on the rocks of brute force, as can be seen tragically & currently in other such BIG Governmental/top-down dictated countries!

Thus, ´educated,´ & primed by the conniving & devious dems´ counterfeit agenda, with reality & truth hidden by the dems´ media cult, some voters in the last election simply did not understand the peril to freedom which 0bama & the corrupted dem party´s statist policies are pushing our ship of state! With demonstrable disregard & disdain for the U.S. Constitution and their oaths of office, the conniving dem pols´ leadership would rather have Lady Liberty dashed upon the rocks of radical lefty/lib statism, just like all of history´s past central-planning fifedom failures, than this Republic to remain governed, ´´...of the people, by the people and for the people.´´

The self-engrandizing & self-enriching statist dems´ verbal, ´´message,´´ promises, ´pie in the sky,´ to their supporters but their policy actions result in just the opposite: more poverty, more dreams dashed, more corruption. ´´Pottersville,´´ personified.

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Reply 38 - Posted by: dman, 1/25/2013 3:33:45 PM     (No. 9139210)

Gensert gets it: "When we dare to stop caring how successful we look to people, caring people will dare to look at us as successful." Unfortunately, the GOP elites, with their CountryClub mores, don´t. "Go along to get along" is their philosophy, which is about as successful as the British wearing red coats and marching in straight lines.

Faced with the inefficacy of their group-think, GOP apologists continue their denial and can only blame conservatives for not being enthusiastic enough about their milquetoast candidate. They´re no better than the Democrats in assuming responsibility.

Who, indeed, are the morons?

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Reply 39 - Posted by: Timber Queen, 1/25/2013 3:40:16 PM     (No. 9139222)

I want an opposition party, not a stupid party. It’s been apparent for decades that the grandees of the Grand Old Party shy away from sustained confrontation against the media or the socialist democrats, and abandon any who try. It’s a tired and trite observation. We are expected to accept continued capitulation as the only consistent Republican political principle, and are blamed for the resulting failures because we point them out.

The Tea Party was a ready made grassroots movement that was placed in the lap of the Republican Party. You´d think they got dumped with an ice bucket, the way they jumped up and brushed us off their pants. If some Tea Party groups didn´t enthusiastically embrace Romney and the anointed GOP candidates, I hardly think they can be blamed for their own tepid response. We’re tired of the old excuses that the media is biased, or that the Republicans don’t have the votes so kicking the can down the road is another grand bi-partisan compromise that will set us up for a win next time

Why the lack of message? Why the lack of constant attack? Why the lack of basic political savvy? We never get answers to these questions. We only get berated for “bashing our own” and told that by “airing our dirty laundry” we are aiding and abetting our enemies. Treatment that is reminiscent of the socialists. Is it any wonder that many are beginning to conclude that the lack of message, the lack of fight, the lack of backbone is because the Republicans are just the “right” wing of the Big Government Party? What other rational explanation is there for the constant capitulation?

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Reply 40 - Posted by: GreatPlains, 1/25/2013 3:49:05 PM     (No. 9139235)

Excellent points by Posters 8, 11, 25 and 34 .
If I might add the talkers on the right ( Limbaugh and Levin and Savage ) to the mix who bashed and bashed and bashed Romney
for months- he´s a bum, he´s a RINO, he´s pro abortion, he´s a liberal,
he´s not conservative, etc.
All false charges designed to keep their audience agitated
and their ratings up.
They did the same with George W Bush and McCain and Dole before them.
After the election , some self appointed
Tea Party honcho wrote a column bragging
about the hundreds of thousands of Evangelicals and Tea Partiers
and Ron Paul supporters
who stayed home rather than vote for the impure Romney.
Or because they felt dissed somehow by the RNC .
We apparently have many low information and self centered voters
on the right who needed to be sweet talked or
hand carried to the polls .
The far right pouters helped elect Obama .
It´s time the Republicans catered to common sense conservatives and paid less attention to the unrealistic and unhelpful demands of the far right and their talk radio counterparts.


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Reply 41 - Posted by: steelbreeze, 1/25/2013 4:17:28 PM     (No. 9139290)

Why in hell can´t the GOP find a white.christian conservative with gonads to run?Palin came close to being all that and more but our own people helped destroy her chances including some posting here.

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Reply 42 - Posted by: udanja99, 1/25/2013 6:18:57 PM     (No. 9139488)

I´ve been posting here since the very beginning so no one can claim that I´m a new troll trying to disrupt. Given that the Republicans have, just in the last two days, let Hillary and Kerry skate, how can anyone blame those of us who skewer them as useless? Face it, between guns, immigration, "securing the internet", gutting the military and gutless Republicans, our country is lost. Who is going to stop zippy from doing anything he wants?

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Reply 43 - Posted by: Dodge Boy, 1/25/2013 8:09:50 PM     (No. 9139664)

The same people who want to throw the pubs out are the same people who could get their fannies to the polls last November to defeat Obie and send him out in disgrace. Those people know who they are.

Good piece by Gensert by the way.

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Reply 44 - Posted by: grounded, 1/25/2013 8:38:26 PM     (No. 9139726)

I´m all for ridiculing and calling out the WON. Now where do we find the megaphone to shout out the message. Alt media? That´s preaching to the choir. Facebook? The Zuckerburgers will take down your page.

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Reply 45 - Posted by: LanieLou, 1/25/2013 10:28:51 PM     (No. 9139816)

Strategically placed billboards... Ads in USA Today & during primetime tv shows. Radical strong effective ads, blasting brownshirts vs individual freedom. List the constitutional violations, over & over & over again.

Here´s one for you:

What is the difference between Obama & Putin? Obama wants higher taxes & Putin has a 15% flat tax.

Or to rile up the anti war cowering crowd:

Obama has a personal kill list for drone attacks... If you´re not on it today, maybe tomorrow!

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In 1994 or early 1995 the still unknown Barack Obama sent his editor at Times Books, Henry Ferris, the first two-thirds of his memoir Dreams from My Father. He told Ferris that to complete the book, he had to return to Kenya to do some research. The evidence strongly suggests that Obama went not to Kenya to do that research but to the local library to do some borderline plagiarizing. In the way of background, Barack and Michelle Obama visited Kenya in the summer of 1992 and married in October of that year. There is little dispute about the timing of

Bridging the Obamacare, IRS,
and Benghazi Scandal Gap
American Thinker, by Clarice Feldman    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 1/12/2014 4:33:31 AM     Post Reply
My neighbor Professor Zigmund Bensky, stopped in to thaw out. It seems that with all the stuff occupying his big brain -- like "why is ´settled science´ like ´established law´?" he´d forgotten to pay his gas bill. While he was waiting for the gas company to turn his heat back on, I offered him a spot near the fireplace and some libations to warm him up. He´s a professor of journalism at Whackadoodle School here in the District of Columbia, a place that attracts ambitious, earnest young people who "want to make a difference" without working too hard at it. He´s

The Insights of Charles Krauthammer
American Thinker, by Lauri B. Regan    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 1/7/2014 5:43:42 AM     Post Reply
One Sunday night in early November I watched Bret Baier´s Special Report in which he interviewed Charles Krauthammer. In responding to a question about his inclusion in his book, Things That Matter, a 2007 column about baseball player Rick Ankeil´s fall and return to the major leagues, Krauthammer responded with a reference to a line from that article: "...the catastrophe that awaits everyone from a single false move, wrong turn, fatal encounter. Every life has such a moment. What distinguishes us is whether -- and how -- we ever come back." Several hours later, I had a terrible accident. As it

Following the money in De Blasio´s
horse-drawn carriage ban
American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 1/6/2014 4:17:20 PM     Post Reply
Many people, including the New York Times´ editorial page editor, found it puzzling that one of New York´s leftist mayor Bill De Blasio´s first priorities was ridding the city of one of its iconic diversions, the horse-drawn carriages at Central Park. They are simply not cynical enough. No matter how closely a politician may cleave to left wing (even communist) doctrines and personnel, follow the money. Robert Stacy McCain writes in The American Spectator: The bad guy in this drama, according to the carriage drivers, is Steve Nislick, chief executive officer of a New Jersey-based real-estate development company, Edison Properties.

Obama, the Confidence Man,
and the Virtues of Humility
American Thinker, by Robert Morrison    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 1/3/2014 6:03:18 AM     Post Reply
One thing that neither Barack Obama nor his acolytes in politics and the media lacked was confidence. DAVID BROOKS: So there´s a lot of very smart people [around Obama], and it´s a testament to Obama´s confidence. You know, there was a great quote in a Ryan Lizza piece in the New Yorker about Obama´s confidence. And I´m not going to get it exactly right, but he essentially said, "I´m a better speechwriter than my speechwriters. I know more about policy than my policy directors. I think I´m a better political director than my political director." It was a speech of confidence. That was

The Roberts Trap Is Sprung
American Thinker, by Bill Dunne    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 1/2/2014 3:27:43 AM     Post Reply
One of the most overlooked aspects of the year just ended is the vindication of Chief Justice John Roberts -- a vindication that showed up as the national catastrophe known as ObamaCare got rolling. Roberts may have also doomed Hillary Clinton´s chance to live in the White House again. The chief justice, an appointee of President George W. Bush and reputedly a constitutionalist in his jurisprudence, set his diabolical trap (diabolical to Democrats) on June 28, 2012, when he joined with the four liberal justices on the Supreme Court to uphold the constitutionality of ObamaCare. Conservatives and Republicans across the land

The Great Race Hoax
American Thinker, by Eugene Slaven    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 12/28/2013 6:40:42 AM     Post Reply
When Barack Obama rose to national prominence following his 2004 keynote address at the Democratic National Convention, his African-American heritage was a footnote to the fawning reception he received from the media and from most Americans. While the speech was not a case study in brilliant oratory, Illinois State Senator Barack Obama exuded charisma and eloquently discussed an appealing if not particularly original theme of unity and bipartisanship. Fast forward to today. President Obama´s race is no longer a footnote. It is central to his presidency. It is arguably his defining characteristic. Unity and bipartisanship are nowhere to be found. Who is responsible

‘12 Years a Slave’ Star
Backs Out of Italian Premiere
Following Poster Controversy
Variety, by NIck Vivarelli    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 12/28/2013 5:25:17 AM     Post Reply
The Italian premiere of “12 Years a Slave” officially kicked off Italy’s 18th annual Capri Hollywood film festival on Friday without talent in tow, following controversy sparked by the pic’s teaser posters that placed the focus on Brad Pitt and Michael Fassbender rather than Chiwetel Ejiofor, the star of the film. As previously reported, Italo distributor BIM Distribuzione, which will release the Steve McQueen-helmed drama in Italy on Feb. 20, has apologized, pulled the posters that sparked a racial discrimination uproar on the Internet, and announced they will be using the original U.S. materials for “Slave,” translated into Italian, for

Michelle Keeps it Real
with Reverend Al
American Thinker, by Jeannie DeAngelis    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 12/26/2013 3:21:23 AM     Post Reply
After heading up a ´poor me´ sob-story session with mothers in the Oval Office, packing for the nine-hour flight to Oahu, and wrapping up a 16-day Obamacare public relations blitz, ´Mom-to-Mom´ Michelle found time to take to the airwaves and dial in to the "Keeping it Real with Reverend Al Sharpton" radio show. If I might digress for moment, Al Sharpton is a man who, judging from his hairdo and his manner, is neither ´real´ nor ´reverend.´ Nonetheless, apart from making some inane arguments as to why everyone should sign up for Obamacare, true to form the first lady began by dragging

Reality Bites Gays
American Thinker, by Rosslyn Smith    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 12/24/2013 4:28:55 AM     Post Reply
At the heart of the Duck Dynasty controversy is a modern paradox: those who most loudly celebrate the gay lifestyle seem to go into a Victorian swoon whenever anyone even obliquely mentions actual gay sex practices such as anal sex. As we watch the corporate clusterduck swirl around the alleged wrongs of reality TV star Phil Robertson concerning homosexuality, it may be instructive to take a step back. Image control has been crucial to gay activists. In 1980 Hollywood produced, Cruising, a big budget film that showed the seamier side of gay life. It got pretty good reviews because it

Has A&E Awakened a Sleeping Giant?
American Thinker, by Robert Arvay    Original Article
Posted By: DW626- 12/23/2013 6:09:27 AM     Post Reply
While the Japanese were celebrating the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, the mastermind of that attack, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, had a sobering message for his countrymen. "We have awakened a sleeping giant," he said. Even before the war began, the admiral had warned his emperor that Japan would enjoy early victories in any war with the United States, but that winning streak would last only six months to a year, after which American industrial might would inevitably overwhelm the small island nation. He was right. For the first few months of World War II, the Japanese war machine steamrolled



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