24 thoughts on “The OBAMANATION!

    • neocon1 September 1, 2012 / 8:21 am

      I take things differently

      hitler, mao, fidel and yes al Ubama are all “grown ups” they are evil ideologues who are devoted to their atheistic views of how the world should be.
      Add islam to the mix and we have a very dangerous man and his agenda for America and the world.

      • neocon1 September 1, 2012 / 8:34 am

        Bwaaaaaaaa ha ha ha ha ha ha LOSERS, lose.

        TAMPA, Fla. — Republican National Convention protesters sobbed in each other’s arms as their weeklong series of protests came to an abrupt and unremarkable end.

        As Mitt Romney delivered his remarks at the RNC on Thursday night, marking the end of planned events, demonstrators living in the “Romneyville” protest camp led a final march through the streets of Tampa.

        Following a fragmented march against the GOP, TheDC’s photo team spoke to several protesters who said they were disappointed by low turnout at protests and the lack of open discussion between protesters and Republican leadership.

        Referencing the large number of bicycle-based police officers, a protester named Lash told TheDC, “we can see liberty crumbling on bikes.”

        Lash, 26, described himself as a “conservative” and “a member of the Libertarian Party for six years” as he sobbed on the shoulder of Mike, a fellow protester.

        “I love that we have an anarchist forum here, and I really love us, but I hate that our forum can’t even talk with their conservative forum,” he said. “The police just silence us, the Republicans just silence us. We are just getting silenced everywhere we go. It’s like no one wants to even hear what we have to say.”
        (hint ….maybe you are WRONG)

        Mike, 26, told TheDC that he participated in Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City before arriving in Tampa.

        Allegedly an MIT student (expelled for truancy issues), Mike said that he quit within a few months “with just enough to get out” and gave $50,000 to charitable causes. Since then, he says, he’s “barely had a dollar” in his pocket.

        (HUH? 50K? soros where R U ?)

      • Retired Spook September 1, 2012 / 9:09 am

        Republican National Convention protesters sobbed in each other’s arms as their weeklong series of protests came to an abrupt and unremarkable end.

        Neo, I kind of wondered what happened to the protests. My wife and I watched quite a bit of the convention coverage, and I don’t recall protests even being mentioned. Did they cause enough of a ruckus to make the local news?

      • neocon1 September 1, 2012 / 10:21 am


        they had a total of 3 arrests, they and the NBBP were a no show…..

      • Amazona September 1, 2012 / 1:52 pm

        “…..lack of open discussion between protesters and Republican leadership….”

        And the question that comes to my mind is, what exactly convinced these ‘protesters’ that the best way to establish credibility and pave the way to “open discussion” is to throw temper tantrums and become an unruly rabble?

        And just what can an “…anarchist forum…” have to discuss with people dedicated to rebuilding a government based upon our Constitution?

        Little Whiny-Pants “loves” his “anarchist forum”—which by the way sounds like an oxymoron to me—yet whimpers that people dedicated to government find no common ground with people dedicated to having NO government.

        Sounds to me like these people need a refresher course in political definitions.

      • Retired Spook September 1, 2012 / 2:28 pm

        they had a total of 3 arrests, they and the NBBP were a no show…..

        Maybe they’re saving all their energy for this week. After all, it’s the Donks that they really ought to be upset with.

  1. Retired Spook September 1, 2012 / 9:04 am

    “You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” In 2008 Obama’s strategy was simply to fool enough of the people to get elected, and he succeeded beyond anyone’s wildest imagination. Now there are millions of Americans who are saying, “fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

    This documentary was supposed to be highlighted at the GOP National Convention, but, if it was, I didn’t see it, and because of the hurricane-shortened format, it may have been cut. It’s scheduled to be released to theaters in September, and could have an even more powerful impact on the election than “2016 – Obama’s America”. Incidentally, our neighbor call yesterday to ask if we had seen “2016”. My wife told her we had gone to the first local showing of it a week ago. She said she and her husband went Thursday night, and the theater was nearly full. Now for a large portion of the audience the message may be a “speaking to the choir” scenario, but if even 10 or 20% of the audiences around the country are undecided voters, Obama is toast.

  2. J. R. Babcock September 1, 2012 / 9:27 am

    Spook, “2016″ is doing well all over the country. Virtually everyone in our circle of friends has seen it, and they are not all conservatives by any stretch of the imagination.

    • Retired Spook September 1, 2012 / 9:34 am


      “2016” even got a nice write-up at Huffpo. That can’t be good for the Donkeys.

      • neocon1 September 1, 2012 / 10:23 am

        Now the Navy Seals are “swiftboating” al Ubama…….doesnt look good for the donks this year.

      • Retired Spook September 1, 2012 / 10:41 am

        Now the Navy Seals are “swiftboating” al Ubama

        In 2004 the Left did a half-way decent job of neutralizing the SwiftBoat attacks, given that the ones behind it were primarily old, retired sailors. The Navy Seals are an entirely different story and not someone to be messed with.

      • neocon1 September 1, 2012 / 10:48 am

        I missed Eastwood and the empty chair bit any one have a link where it can be seen?

      • neocon1 September 1, 2012 / 10:51 am

        This is GREAT news……..

        We Are ‘Not Zero Percent’: Young Black Romney-Supporters Prove NBC-WSJ Poll Wrong

      • Retired Spook September 1, 2012 / 11:40 am

        I missed Eastwood and the empty chair bit any one have a link where it can be seen?

        Neo, you might want to check with Mr. Google. I’ll bet he knows.

      • Count d'Haricots September 1, 2012 / 2:54 pm

        Realclearpolitics.com videos. They”re all there for your viewing enjoyment.

  3. Amazona September 1, 2012 / 9:40 pm

    A new, yet somehow unsurprising claim: That racism affects unborn babies.


    “Smoking, poor nutrition and even working late have been cited among the top reasons why babies might be born with low birth weight, but a team of researchers from Yale say healthcare isn’t the only cause.

    According to a study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Valerie Earnshaw and her colleagues at Yale found that racism against the more than 1,000 black and Latina girls they surveyed resulted in lower birth weight babies as well.”

    Well, later in the article, it turns out that they think the unwed mothers have smaller babies because they are DEPRESSED by comments made to them due to their unwed pregnant condition.

    Evidently black and Latino cultures are more intolerant of unwed pregnancy, and therefore more verbal in expressing their opinions. Because it doesn’t actually say that these sexually active girls are criticized by white people. It’s just that it’s “racist” because they are black or brown, no matter who says what to them.

    Now here’s a radical thought—that perhaps any negative comments stem from disapproval of young girls engaging in sexual activity.

    Nah, it has to be racism, even if it is black people talking to black girls, etc.

    I wonder what the code words are……..

    • Jeremiah September 1, 2012 / 10:18 pm

      Mothers should avoid stressful or hurtful situations to keep their babies from being affected in a negative way.

      But I also agree with the sentiment that girls should wait until they are matured…until their hips have fully widened and their breasts fully grown before they consider getting pregnant. They should wait until they are married. In other words, there is an age factor. Wait until after your teens, after marriage before getting pregnant. Some women have babies in their 60s…it’s rare, but they do. They say the more babies they have as life progresses, the more energetic and optimistic they feel…and the reason for this, is because they have become successful in doing what women were made to do, be fruitful and multiply in the earth. And abortion negates this, you see, it cuts off the natural process.

      • Amazona September 2, 2012 / 11:28 am

        Which is a nice little lecture but has nothing to do with the claim that low birth weight of black and Latino babies is caused by some form of “racism” directed at the mothers.

        Which was my point.

    • Jeremiah September 2, 2012 / 1:01 pm

      I understand what you were sayin’, Amazona.
      If that’s what’s causin’ the babies to be underweight…then they need to avoid situations where they will be exposed to racist comments, or whatever. But I kinda doubt that racist comments is what’s causin’ their babies to be underweight.

      • Amazona September 2, 2012 / 2:20 pm

        My point, Jeremiah, is that there is no way that “racist comments”affect birth weight.

        And if it were possible to just avoid racist comments, I am sure people would.

        Of course now that absolutely everything is considered a “racist comment” that is probably impossible.

        For example, we have been told that the comment about American ingenuity and creativity, that when you want something done you go to an American, is actually racist—-because it is a “birther” slam on Obama, who is black, therefore it is anti-black.

        But no, Jeremiah, I only posted the article to point out how insane the Left has become in its insatiable need to find racism under every bed and around every corner and in every heart and mind.

      • Jeremiah September 2, 2012 / 7:43 pm

        Of course now that absolutely everything is considered a “racist comment” that is probably impossible.

        I so agree with you, Amazona.
        Although it would be possible to avoid racist comments made by others toward you, one would have to virtually become a recluse avoiding all contact with the public. But if you’re that bothered by racism toward you, then there’s something wrong psychologically, because as a nation we’ve overcome the worst racist tendencies, and people of all races are contributing to our society; we’ve come all the way to electing our first black President. I didn’t vote for him, not because of his race/color, but because of the liberal platform that he stands on. His philosophies for governing America; are not American, but are anti-American in every way. At the start of his campaign back in 2008, many in the African-American community were very enthusiastic about electing him solely because he represented their race, so were completely blind-sided by that fact, they could not see that his political beliefs/platform destroys their chances of achieving the American Dream.

        Okay, so….that’s not what we were talking about, was it? lol….sorry about that.

        I only posted the article to point out how insane the Left has become in its insatiable need to find racism under every bed and around every corner and in every heart and mind.

        I completely agree. And I understood that. I just like to toy with the philosophy that they have presented, and that you quoted for others to see, to show the error in such thinking as “babies are underweight due to racist comments.” They do this because they don’t have anything else to fight for, because everything the left fights for, and the arguments they provide have been debunked and thrown in the trash bin where it belongs. But you know, you have to feel sorry for people like that, because they don’t have a mind, they just repeat everything their handlers tell them. Because everything you see written here on a daily basis posted by a leftist is a DNC talking point.

  4. Cluster September 1, 2012 / 10:42 pm

    When people are out of ideas, void of the capacity to reason, and frustrated by those who are their intellectual superiors, they resort to personal attacks that include racism and misogyny. And that sad fact is on display like never before in the liberal media and amongst the Obama regime.

    • Jeremiah September 2, 2012 / 1:52 am

      I hope we have once again reminded people that man is not free
      Unless government is limited. There’s a clear cause and effect here that
      Is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: as government expands, liberty contracts. ~ Ronald Reagan

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