November Surprise

Of which there could be two. The first surprise would be the most damning and that is the possible revelation and existence of emails ordering counter terrorism groups in the area of Benghazi to stand down, which of course would be tantamount to outright sacrificing the lives of those four Americans. If this is true, this is grounds for impeachment. Honestly, I hope it’s not true. I don’t want to think that this administration, or any administration, would be so callous with American lives in what is obviously very dangerous territory all in an effort to shield criticism from their own foreign policy efforts. It has been over 6 weeks since our Ambassador was murdered and the President has yet to hold a press conference, or even answer a difficult question on the subject. He did however have the courage to blame America for the first couple of weeks.

The next surprise is hardly a surprise to anyone who has been paying attention, but will be terribly inconvenient to the President and that is the corruption, bankruptcies and questionable stock sales involved in the green energy stimulus money. More and more is coming to light and ensnaring the Senate Majority leader Harry Reid and his sons as well. I have a feeling that time will reveal that the Obama regime may go down in history as the most corrupt and incompetent administration ever.

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72 thoughts on “November Surprise

  1. James0601 October 31, 2012 / 12:15 pm

    Cluster,

    This post is not only dishonest, it’s outright ludicrous to state a rumor from Gingrich as something that may be true.

    But off course, i doesn’t surprise me that conservatives are dishonest and spread false rumors.

  2. GMB October 31, 2012 / 12:53 pm

    Pretty good year this time. I made more money than I have ever before. Quite a bit more. The minute the repubs start the impeachment hearings I will donate ten percent of my gross to the national repub party.

    Anyone care to tell me what the chances are of me having to pay out?

    Pound sand James. 🙂

    • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 1:52 pm

      GMB,

      you still think Illinois is going for Romney? I remember you saying you won’t even “give” your home state to Obama because the fire just isn’t there….

      • GMB October 31, 2012 / 2:01 pm

        Good chance. The love for barky is not there like it was in 08. barky has your type solid but nobody else. Won’t take much for Mitt to win here.

        I have been closely watching the sales of newports and steel reserve 211 in Cook County. They are way off their sales levels for this time 08.

        Can’t buy those votes without beer and smokes now can you.

        BTW go pound sand.
        🙂

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 2:34 pm

        are you seriously thinking that Romney has a chance in Illinois? Really? Wow.

        Let’s make a friendly wager…Obama wins Illinois by more than 15 points….

        what do you say?

      • GMB October 31, 2012 / 6:50 pm

        I would say you are full of weapons grade balognaium. Then again you always are.

  3. irisspirit October 31, 2012 / 12:59 pm

    “Honestly, I hope it’s not true.” Honestly Cluster, I do not believe you. Why even bring up impeachment if you truly do not want this to be true?

    • Cluster October 31, 2012 / 1:04 pm

      Because I would hate to think that “stand down” orders were given by anyone when we have Americans in harms way, and the ability to do something about it. So much disturbing information has come out over this embassy attack that it wouldn’t surprise me though. So far we have learned that they knew in advance that turmoil was building, that they watched it in real time, that it was a prolonged attack over 7 hours, that security forces were pulled off in the months proceeding the attack, that drones were flying over head which may have been armed, etc.

      If this is true, it would rise to the level of impeachment.

      Funny how you and James ignore the corruption within the green energy sector in relation to the $800 billion stimulus.

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 1:53 pm

        Corruption? your articles are all from biased right wing sites. You don’t have any hard evidence and then you claim to have facts when you have are innuendos. Come on.

    • tiredoflibbs October 31, 2012 / 8:19 pm

      velma: “Why even bring up impeachment if you truly do not want this to be true?”

      Wow, how ignorant are you? If it were true then it would be an impeachable offense. obAMATEUR allowed 4 Americans to be killed by Al Qaeda terrorists who were supposedly (as obAMATEUR wrongly claimed for political points) “on the run”.

      Plus, he bungled security, ignored intelligence that was more specific than the “bin Laden determined to attack US” dumbed down talking point, and did absolutely NOTHING when the excrement hit the fan on 9/11/12 in Benghazi.

      Oh and let’s not forget the massive cover-up since then…..

      …. dodging any and all questions on the attack.
      …. perpetuating the lies that this was a result of a video
      …. these were protesters unhappy with with a video (as if protesters use mortars in their protests).
      …. this was a spontaneous event and not a premeditated (you do know the definition of premeditated don’r you?) attack.

      etc. etc. etc.

      I surely hope it is not true. If it is, then this man is beyond contempt and has no feelings outside of his political future.

      Velma take of the knee pads, wipe your chin of the excessive kool-aid and truly think for yourself for once. You support a failure of a pResident, a non-leader and a habitual and pathological LIAR.

      Are you proud of being a mindless, unthinking drone?

    • Amazona October 31, 2012 / 8:56 pm

      Remember, Velma claims to be a lawyer yet doesn’t even know what “impeach” means.

      “1. to accuse (a public official) before an appropriate tribunal of misconduct in office.
      2. Chiefly Law . to challenge the credibility of: to impeach a witness.
      3. to bring an accusation against.
      4. to call in question; cast an imputation upon: to impeach a person’s motives.
      5. to call to account. “

      Velma seems to be objecting to bringing an accusation against the president, or calling him to account, for his actions or inactions regarding the Benghazi incident.

      Evidently she prefers lies and coverups to finding out the truth.

  4. Norma Stitz October 31, 2012 / 1:10 pm

    I’m new to this blog but it seems to me that if James0601 and IrisSpirit can turn a blind eye to the President listening live as Americans were killed, nothing can convince them to vote for an alternative.

    Really, what WOULD it take to make you opt to not vote for Mr. Obama? Would he have to eat a baby on national television?

    I’m voting for the American, Mr. Romney.

    • Cluster October 31, 2012 / 1:22 pm

      Welcome Norma,

      For a newcomer, you nailed James and Iris right out of the gate. Congrats.

      I heard Dem. Senator Udall, who is on the armed services committee, actually say that the administration was hesitant to “send forces into harms way” in regards to Benghazi. Now correct me if I am wrong, but isn’t that job #1 of our forces? To go into harms way.

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 1:55 pm

        If he were to send troops in, and they get killed…you’d be railing against him for sending them in. He doesn’t send them in, and you still complain.

        Cluster, people like you won’t ever vote for the President, even if Romney ate a live baby on TV, you’d still vote for Romney.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 8:02 pm

        jimmah

        yeah but your guy REALLY ate a dog

    • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 1:54 pm

      “Norma”

      I vote for the President because his policies align with my views and beliefs for the most part. I do disagree with him on a few issues, but you can’t agree 100% with everyone all the time.

      Romney on the other hand, I disagree with on 90% of the issues.

      Also, you’re voting for the American…?? Last I checked, both the President and Romney are Americans.

      • Cluster October 31, 2012 / 2:15 pm

        “Norma”

        I vote for the President because his policies of spending this country into bankruptcy, increasing food stamp usage, supporting abortion on demand including live birth abortion, and handing tax payer money over to special interests that support him, align with my views.

        There, I fixed it for you James.

      • GMB October 31, 2012 / 2:33 pm

        You forgot about the lowest workforce participation rate ever and the most people on disability ever. Why quibble about details when barky is James kind of guy?

        FORE!!!ward

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 2:36 pm

        GMB,

        Maybe you should look up some data before you come on there and post your lies.

        http://data.bls.gov/pdq/SurveyOutputServlet

        lowest labor rate participation huh? NOT. check again.

        So somehow it’s the Presidents fault that more people are on disability? Really? Interesting.

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 2:39 pm

        Cluster, nice talking points, now here are the facts….

        I vote for the President because his policies of spending this country into bankruptcy,

        Have you seen the bond rates? This nation, as long as we are the economic and military powerhouse, and have a reserve currency will never go bankrupt. There is always someone willing to let us borrow money because there are no better alternatives in the world right now.

        increasing food stamp usage

        I support people using food stamps if they need it. Don’t you?

        supporting abortion on demand

        I support abortion whenever a woman wants it within the first trimester.

        including live birth abortion

        If the woman’s life is at risk, then yes, even live late term abortion.

        and handing tax payer money over to special interests that support him,

        Cry me a river. You’re like the hypocrite Paul Ryan who voted against the stimulus bill, and then wrote a letter to the VP asking for stimulus funding for his home district! but then again, I am not surprised, the GOP is full of ignorant hypocrites.

      • Norma Stitz October 31, 2012 / 4:09 pm

        “James”

        The President is a nice enough young man but how on Earth could you agree with his policies? He has none that I can determine, at least none he is willing to fight for in Congress.

        He sells out his own policies so of course he sold out the folks in Benghazi. He ducks a good scrap at every opportunity.

        I may have grave concerns over Mr. Romney’s faith but his policies “aligns with my view.” He showed in the debates how he deals with a fight.

        PS – enough with quotes, please. It is silly.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 4:10 pm

        I am not surprised, the GOP is full of ignorant hypocrites.

        like
        slic willy? the impeached, disbarred, cheating louse?
        gigglow JFnK? who abandoned his men with three scrapes who was later DD for treason?
        bwany fwank who had a homosexual romp with a 16yo page and ran a gay brothel out of his taxpayer paid apt?
        or JFK, and ded kennedydrung… stellar “family” men there
        tax cheats wrangle and geitner?

        hell I could name every donk “elected” in the country.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 4:12 pm

        Norma

        PS – enough with quotes, please. It is silly.

        he wont and cant he is a TROLL on this site.

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 4:15 pm

        norma,

        The President is a nice enough young man but how on Earth could you agree with his policies?

        how? I could ask you the same thing. How on earth can you agree with Romney’s policies? the better question to ask is explain to me WHY you agree with Romney’s policies…

        He has none that I can determine, at least none he is willing to fight for in Congress.

        maybe you should look a little more, there are policies he has fought for in congress to his own political peril.

        He sells out his own policies so of course he sold out the folks in Benghazi. He ducks a good scrap at every opportunity.

        riight, keep up with that talking point, I am sure it will catch on eventually…

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 4:33 pm

        the cheaters cheat…AGAIN

        More Electronic Voting Machines Changing Romney Votes to Obama: We Looked Into It and Here’s What a Vendor Told Us

        “My concern is, is this intentional?”

        Gee ya think?

      • Norma Stitz October 31, 2012 / 5:18 pm

        James

        When you answer my question of why you like the President’s policy you answered, “the better question to ask is explain to me WHY you agree with Romney’s policies.”

        I’ll explain my agreement with Mr. Romney’s policies but I first must say it is rather cowardly to not state your point of view when directly asked.

        As for my support of Mr. Romney’s policies, I recognize that most policy at this point is vague. Mr. Romney has been quite prudent, playing his cards close to the vest, as no one, not even Mr. Romney or Mr. Obama, can know what policies will be correct months from now. But of the policies he has put forth, I like most of it.

        Add to that his basic worldview – pro-business, pro-family and pro-America – and that’s what I want for America.

        So, James, I’ll ask again, what on Earth do you like about the President’s policies?

        And by the way, if the President were a a man who fights for his ideals Obamacare would be single-payer and marijuana farms wouldn’t get busted in California. Some fighter, your candidate.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 5:19 pm

        ROTFLMAO……

        They looked like Penguin and Joker planning on how to stop Batman and the Boy Wonder this time.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 5:40 pm

        Troll jimmah’s nation of al Ubama bot commies.

        “Vote the Bible” T-Shirt Banned In A Texas County, Called “Offensive”
        Texas Values ^ | October 31, 2012 | David Walls

        Texas Values Assists Intimidated Voter Forced to Cover Up Her Religious T-Shirt Before Voting

        Austin, TX, October 31, 2012–During early voting last week, a Texas voter in Williamson County was banned from wearing a t-shirt with the words “Vote the Bible” printed on the front. On October 24, Williamson County election workers at the Taylor City Hall polling place told Kay Hill that before she would be allowed to vote she had to turn her shirt inside out, go home and change, or cover up the words “Vote the Bible” because they “may be offensive to some people.”

        After voicing disagreement numerous times, Ms. Hill ultimately complied and was forced to cover up the words “Vote the Bible.” Williamson County election workers provided her with an election worker’s jacket to cover up the “offensive” words. Ms. Hill later spoke with Williamson County Election Administrator Rick Barron who confirmed that the election workers could make this decision to ban the words “Vote the Bible.”

        “It’s outrageous that a person of faith would be mistreated this way while trying to vote. If this isn’t voter intimidation, I don’t know what is?” said Jonathan Saenz, president of Texas Values. “We hope Williamson County officials step up and put an end to this injustice immediately. No one else should have to suffer the humiliation, embarrassment and intimidation that Ms. Hill endured. No one should be asked to give up their religious freedom in order to vote,” said Saenz.

        Texas Values is assisting Ms. Hill in asking Williamson County to end this unfair policy immediately. Texas Values has also requested that Williamson County issue an apology to Ms. Hill and circulate instructions to all Williamson County election workers and polling places that it is permissible to vote while wearing a t-shirt with the words “Vote the Bible.”

        Ms. Hill is prepared to file a formal complaint with the Texas Secretary of State’s office if Williamson County refuses to remedy this situation by 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 1, 2012.

        View our Williamson County Complaint letter.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 5:55 pm

        BINGO…….

      • GMB October 31, 2012 / 7:21 pm

        The smoke coming from the stack at the BLS is the chef working overtime cooking those books.

        No doubt about it there James.

      • Amazona October 31, 2012 / 9:11 pm

        James is for giving food stamps to people who need them, but completely uncaring of, or oblivious to, the reason they DO need them. Maybe he is just not smart enough to understand that the objection is to the fact that these people need food stamps in the first place, or to the corruption in the food stamp program.

        There is no such thing as a “live birth abortion” to save the life of the woman, as this particular atrocity actually puts the woman’s life at far greater risk than naturally occurring childbirth or a surgical birth. Induced labor is more dangerous, as the hormones which relax the muscles that have to be stretched for childbirth have not been released yet, the contractions are stronger, and then the child destined to be butchered has to be manually moved around by the “doctor” inside the uterus to be presented feet first, a procedure which puts great stress on the woman. Then, after all this has been done, the child is allowed to slide out till it is completely outside the birth canal except for his head, which is when the instrument is inserted into the base of the skull to suck out the brains of the baby. At this point, the woman has not only undergone 99.99% of childbirth, she has undergone the process in a far more stressful manner than if she had allowed it to occur naturally, and even James can hardly claim that allowing that tiny head to slip out, after the body is already born, is somehow going to be the deciding factor between life and death for the female who has decided that she not only does not want the baby, she doesn’t even want to know it is alive anywhere on the planet.

        In the remarkably few cases where a late term pregnancy does endanger the life of the woman, the child is removed by surgical means, under a local anesthetic, as the woman’s condition is too fragile to undergo the stress and trauma of induced labor and manual manipulation of the position of the baby, followed by childbirth.

        i didn’t think there was anyone still stupid enough to buy into the “for the life of the mother” lie.

        And now, who cares? The whole charade was based on the claim that if the full term baby had not yet drawn a breath, it was not an act of murder to kill it, even if it was full term and its entire body was out of the female’s—because I cannot call a creature who would demand this procedure either a woman or a mother. But now that President Barry has voted, twice, to allow the child to be fully born, be breathing, and still be stuck in a cardboard box on a back shelf to die without protection or nourishment or medical care, to die alone and abandoned, the charade of partial birth abortion is no longer necessary.

      • Amazona October 31, 2012 / 9:25 pm

        Poor silly James. Just look at this comment from him:

        “Have you seen the bond rates? This nation, as long as we are the economic and military powerhouse, and have a reserve currency will never go bankrupt. There is always someone willing to let us borrow money because there are no better alternatives in the world right now.”

        He is actually saying that we ought to just keep borrowing money, because of his belief that there will always be someone willing to lend it to us.

        But even he states that this will occur “as long as we are an economic and military powerhouse”…….as if we CAN be “an economic powerhouse” with such massive debt, and as if we CAN be a “military powerhouse” with no money to fund the military.

        James is just giving us an example of the Magical Thinking of the Left—-it will, somehow, be fine, there is nothing wrong, we are too big to fail, we can’t go bankrupt, and there will always be people willing to lend us money.

        Here is a little assignment for you, James. Figure out the payments on the debt, now. What do we have to come up with to cover our debt, now, at current interest rates.

        Then tell us how much of our revenue has to go to make those payments, and the percentage of our national product it represents.

        OK? Got that?

        Now do the same calculation for our debt service if interest rates go up just half a percent.

        Then if they go up a full percent.

        Later maybe we can go into the chilling effect on the economy the current interest rate is, and why it has to stay that low, as the result of it going up would be such a disaster for the country.

        My prediction: James will not answer any of this, but will fall back on his silly obsession with his other Magical Thought, that Obama is a lock to win the election.

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 10:36 pm

        Amazona. I always like to answer your posts because they are so easy to debunk…

        He is actually saying that we ought to just keep borrowing money, because of his belief that there will always be someone willing to lend it to us.

        All governments borrow money most of the time. We are lucky to have a reserve currency. Do you know what that means? Do you know that over the last 4 years, even though our economy was sluggishly recovering, and our debt was increasing that our borrowing costs remained low. Why is that? It’s because we are the BEST place to invest if you’re a creditor looking to put your money somewhere. Maybe you don’t understand that concept of reserve currency, and if that’s the case, let me know I can refer you some great books on the subject.

        But even he states that this will occur “as long as we are an economic and military powerhouse”…….as if we CAN be “an economic powerhouse” with such massive debt, and as if we CAN be a “military powerhouse” with no money to fund the military.

        Once again, you miss the point due to your diligent ignorance. We are not out of money, that’s a total and blatant lie. This isn’t a family with limited income. We have a never ending line of credit because we have the largest economy in the world and because the world runs on OUR currency. Our military is by far the strongest in the world and the rest of the world has a lot of catching up to do. Just as an example, we have 11 aircraft carriers, and the Russians and Chinese combined….have TWO. So spare me the faux fear that we don’t have money to maintain our military dominance.

        Here is a little assignment for you, James. Figure out the payments on the debt, now. What do we have to come up with to cover our debt, now, at current interest rates.

        Maybe you don’t understand the global economy, and I won’t hold that against you in this instance. Let me give you a hint, we will most likely NEVER pay down our debt to zero. Is that clear? We may decrease it, we may maintain it and just pay the interest, but we will not in our lifetime pay down our debt to zero. The reason you may wonder? because we don’t have to! Countries like China would love to let us borrow money, because for them it’s a safe investment and there are currently no better places to invest than in our nation.

        Now do the same calculation for our debt service if interest rates go up just half a percent.

        Then if they go up a full percent.

        We don’t play the if game in the real world. You’re one of those people? the ones that play the if game to scare others and predict hyperinflation is just over the horizon. You’re like the female version of Spook? Let me let you in on a little secret…when you predict for years that the interest rate on our debt will go up, and it doesn’t…maybe you should reevaluate your position and step out of your bubble.

        Later maybe we can go into the chilling effect on the economy the current interest rate is, and why it has to stay that low, as the result of it going up would be such a disaster for the country.

        Again, you can play the if game all you want. Have fun.

        My prediction: James will not answer any of this, but will fall back on his silly obsession with his other Magical Thought, that Obama is a lock to win the election.

        this isn’t the first or last time you’ve been wrong on a prediction now is it Amy?

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 9:18 am

        And James does what James always does, and answers every question with a version of “because I said so”. Oh, he might believe he has answered my questions, but in fact all he has done is respond with regurgitation of his belief system, with a straw man thrown in. *Note: I never mentioned paying down our debt to zero.)

        But he was not able to offer a single fact. As usual, he spews what he “believes” because his talking heads have told him so, and because it resonates with his inherent nastiness and sour nature, and this is all he needs.

        It is, he claims, because it is.

        So my prediction is completely accurate.

        And I noticed he dropped that “live birth abortion to save the life of the mother” crap once he got dished up the facts on that.

        Facts, to James, are like daylight to cockroaches—he just scurries off to surface somewhere else.

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 9:46 am

        Later maybe we can go into the chilling effect on the economy the current interest rate is, and why it has to stay that low, as the result of it going up would be such a disaster for the country.

        Again, you can play the if game all you want. Have fun.

        Yet another infantile evasion from James, probably based on his total ignorance of the effect the low interest rate is having on the economy right now. This has nothing to do with “IF”—it has to do with what is going on now, right this minute. He doesn’t know what it means now, and he doesn’t understand the pressure to keep it this low, which protects us from the catastrophe of doubling our debt service but also slows economic growth.

        And he seems to think people, and nations, will flock to loan money to a nation with a diminished credit rating, that only pays one per cent or so on the money it has borrowed.

        Here’s a bet—that when James talks about the country borrowing money, he doesn’t understand the mechanism for that borrowing.

  5. Cluster October 31, 2012 / 6:42 pm

    (Directed towards James)I’ll explain my agreement with Mr. Romney’s policies but I first must say it is rather cowardly to not state your point of view when directly asked. – Norma

    Norma, you’re going to get a long just fine here. You have nailed James within just few posts which pleases me. James is quite the interesting character, he will always dodge and deflect and seldom, if ever, answers direct questions. Just the other day he wanted to engage in a policy debate over education, but could only muster a few vague posts before disappearing. I don’t think he has the intellectual capacity to engage much deeper than empty talking points, which is ironically what he always accuses others of.

    • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 7:03 pm

      Cluster,

      this coming from a guy who posts half truths and passes them off as fact. you want to talk about education, we did, we each made points and I moved on. you can’t discuss a topic endlessly on a blog.

      the fact that your candidate is down in most swingstates and that he is going to lose in 5 days must really bother you.

    • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 7:03 pm

      Norma,

      I will gladly explain to you why I agree with the President. Pick a policy he has implemented that you don’t agree with, and I will defend it.

      • Norma Stitz November 1, 2012 / 1:02 am

        James

        You seem to have a well-earned reputation for not stating your opinion. I simply asked what policies of the President you like. I did not ask to be part of a “name a policy and I’ll defend it” game.

        OK, let’s do it your way. Please tell me how the President’s marijuana policy, that is states’ quasi-legalization vs. his federal crackdown, is complementary to your worldview.

        Answer that point alone, and further earn your reputation for ducking the simplest statement of position. Or, answer my original question, essentially “what policies of Mr. Obama make you advocate his re-election?” and we can engage in real dialog.

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 9:28 am

        Norma, James is just a blog vandal, a speed bump wannabe, one of the social misfits recruited by the Rabidly Radical Left because of his hateful nature and his sick need to attack, smear and gloat.

        We have had several like this, most likely sent out by groups like the Media Matters blog patrols, to try to disrupt conservative blogs with their constantly repeated nonsense, lies and attacks. They do serve a purpose, though.

        They let us see what, exactly, makes up the base of the RRL, and they let us know that someone out there considers this blog a threat, both of which are interesting.

        For more than seven years I have asked the Lefties who come here to explain their political philosophy. Only one has even tried, and his is openly the Leftist philosophy of massive and powerful central government, collectivism, and limited states rights.

        You will see that all of the Lefties who post here do not do so because of a deeply held belief in the rightness of the political system they are defending and therefore supporting—-they don’t even know what it is. They are just attracted to the stench of hatred that hovers over the Left, and buzz around it like flies. But when it comes to actual politics, they are ignorant and quite content to stay that way.

        It’s not politics that attracts them to blogs like this—-it’s the chance to wallow in their hatred, to call names and try to outdo each other in attacking people who represent another system they don’t understand.

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 9:35 am

        “Pick a policy he has implemented that you don’t agree with, and I will defend it.”

        Fast and Furious
        Gloating over killing Bin Laden
        Treating terrorists like criminals
        Allowing states to waive work requirements for food stamps and welfare
        Suing states for trying to enforce federal laws
        Unilaterally overriding Congressional legislation regarding elements of our immigration law and refusing to allow enforcement of that law
        Giving, by presidential fiat, nearly unlimited power to the EPA, to identify anything as a “pollutant” and then act accordingly.
        Approving of campaign ads which are blatant lies, such as the one claiming that Romney supports a plan to force employer to DENY ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN

        Here are a few………..

      • Retired Spook November 1, 2012 / 10:18 am

        I will gladly explain to you why I agree with the President. Pick a policy he has implemented that you don’t agree with, and I will defend it.

        “Under my policies, electricity rates will necessarily skyrocket”.

  6. GMB October 31, 2012 / 6:53 pm

    Lets not forget fast and furious. A few hundred dead mexicans means nothing to James.

    FORE!!!!ward, all for cause, the ends justify the means.

    James is a notorious racist.

    • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 7:01 pm

      right, and neo isn’t a racist in your eyes, but I am?

      GMB, stick to living on your farm away from the real world.

      • GMB October 31, 2012 / 7:23 pm

        There we go Thomas with the insults. Keep it up.

        Any chance you would like to tell us why your papa got kicked out of persia.

        It is Halloween you know, time to shake a skeleton out of the closet maybe?

        mmmmkayyyy?

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:45 pm

        GMB

        maybe he got kicked out of persia because of the proverbial skeleton came OUT of the closet……

      • tiredoflibbs October 31, 2012 / 8:22 pm

        There you go james (aka tommy-boy), GMB gave you a policy to defend.

        But in typical cowardly fashion you ignore it and head straight into juvenile insults.

        Pathetic troll.

    • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:05 pm

      GMB

      James is a notorious racist.
      and
      he HATES whites…..Oh Wait!!

  7. 02casper October 31, 2012 / 7:00 pm

    Personally, if there is a November Surprise, I’m betting it will be Hurricane Sandy. Obama is looking very presidential in the way he has handled the situation while Romney seems to be grasping at straws in figuring out how to react.

    • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:00 pm

      Riiiight pee wee 02

    • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:02 pm

      ***”LOOKING”*** vewrry pwesidential….when pigs fly and we know what muslims thinks of pigs.
      we think the same about this POS

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 7:06 pm

        Really James? Let’s leave the fatal requests to the liberal blogs.

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:10 pm

        Leave the playground taunts at home.

      • James0601 October 31, 2012 / 7:17 pm
      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:22 pm
      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:24 pm
      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:26 pm
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      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:58 pm

        spoil sport….. 🙂

      • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:16 pm

        catspuke

        did u miss this?

        neocon01 October 31, 2012 at 5:19 pm #

        ROTFLMAO……

        They looked like Penguin and Joker planning on how to stop Batman and the Boy Wonder this time.

    • tiredoflibbs October 31, 2012 / 8:29 pm

      cappy, exactly how did obAMATEUR “handle it”?

      The common sense move would to mobilize FEMA….. anyone could do that. Nothing new there. Of course, the White House directed people devastated by Sandy to log onto the FEMA website….

      … oh wait, log onto the website…. exactly how can they do this if they have no power or no computer or no home from which to do this?

      Oh yeah, they “handled” it alright… any moron could do this.

      Meanwhile, Romney has done what he could do (since he really is in no position to command anyone onto the scene) he has been raising money, food and supply drives for those affected by Sandy.

      His reward? …. openly criticized and mocked on MSNBC.

      Romney has reacted proactively. obAMATEUR has just invoked an agency already set up for him. All he has to do is give the word…. no real work there.

      Desperately grasping at straws there cappy, since his campaign has been nothing but attack your opponent since he does not have a record on which to run.

      Pathetic.

      • 02casper October 31, 2012 / 8:42 pm

        tired,
        Compare Obama’s response to Sandy with Bush’s response to Katrina.

        “Desperately grasping at straws there cappy, since his campaign has been nothing but attack your opponent since he does not have a record on which to run.”

        The fact you won’t acknowledge Obama’s record doesn’t mean he doesn’t have one (stopped a depression, got OBL, saved the auto industry).

      • tiredoflibbs November 1, 2012 / 5:46 am

        wow, cappy regurgitating those debunked talking points again?

        I knew you would bring up Katrina and the same inaccurate crap. I lived in Louisiana at the time. Gov. Kathleen Babbling Blanco FAILED to request federal assistance and delayed their recovery efforts. She was caught on open-microphone admitting that “she should have requested help sooner”.

        The Feds cannot do anything in a state (except stage to the region) until the STATE GOVERNOR gives permission. While the people were suffering in Louisiana, Mississippi was receiving assistance thanks to the immediate response by their governor.

        My acknowledging obAMATEUR’s record has nothing to do with his campaign! HE IS NOT EVEN RUNNING ON HIS RECORD – only the SPUN LIES and HALF-TRUTHS that he is telling. I have acknowledged this ACCURATE RECORD – HIGHER UNEMPLOYMENT, HIGHER FOOD, GASOLINE AND ENERGY PRICES, HIGHER HEALTHCARE COSTS, MORE PEOPLE ON FOOD STAMPS AND WELFARE, etc. etc.

        With a record like that, it is no wonder why he attacks Romney.

        You are a mindless drone cappy, nothing more – a disgrace to the average THINKING American.

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 12:17 pm

        We have to remember that casper just chugs the Obama Koolaid and begs for more.

        “Stopped a depression”—that is really funny. We had a recession, a bad one but not the worst we have ever had, and after throwing vast amounts of borrowed money at it it is only marginally better than it was, the worst recovery in the history of the United States. I know casper is a teacher and therefore ignorant of American history, but I suggest he go back and look up the comment of the architect of the New Deal, Morganthau, to see what he thought of HIS effort to cure a depression using the same tactics Obama has been using—though probably with far less corruption, billions sticking to the fingers of cronies, etc.

        “Got OBL”—thanks to the procedures put in place by his predecessor, and only due to insistence by Clinton and Panetta, over his own repeated refusals and ditherings. And then he strutted and gloated so much he turned the Middle East radicals even more against us. “Obama, Obama, we are all Osama”.

        “Saved the auto industry:. Well, if you define “the auto industry” as only General Motors and you define “saved” as “stripped investors of their equity in the company, handed this over to unions as payback, threw billions of taxpayer dollars into this one company and only delayed the structured bankruptcy recommended by Romney from the get-go.”

        I have spent a lot of time in Casper Wyoming. It has a decent newspaper, it has television and the internet. There is absolutely no reason for casper to be so ignorant and no excuse for a teacher to be so ardently embrace such lies. Mere lack of intelligence is not an adequate excuse.

      • tiredoflibbs November 1, 2012 / 10:08 pm

        Ama, cappy sure does like regurgitating the mindless drivel of the left.

        “Saved the auto industry” – I wonder how cappy feels about Jeep outsourcing the manufacturing of their vehicles to Italy or China. Thanks to taxpayer dollars, that move is now in the works. American jobs moving overseas thanks to obAMATEUR.

        Of course, cappy will continue to be the willfully ignorant drone. So many times he has asked for proof from us and yet the truth is only a few click away on his favorite search engine. But sadly, he is too cowardly to face the truth.

        As I have ACCURATELY said before and THOUSANDS if not MILLIONS have seen this – obAMATEUR is not running on his record. His campaign is full of LIES and half-truths attacking ROMNEY. Several fact checking web sites have determined that some of obAMATEUR’s claims about Romney and his own record are factually INACCURATE!

        And yet, cappy blindly follows the obAMATEUR and will probably asked for proof of these fact checkers since he is too cowardly to seek the information for himself.

        Pathetic.

  8. GMB October 31, 2012 / 7:32 pm

    The butcher of benghazi in 2012!!! A hundred more rounds of golf to play! Vacations yay!!! Partys with rappers oh yeah!!, Beyonce!! enough said!! Vote for the butcher of benghazi cause gosh darn it, he just hasn’t killed enough American Citizens yet!

    FORE!!!ward

    • neocon01 October 31, 2012 / 7:42 pm

      GMB

      LOL
      I like it…….

      • watsonthethird November 1, 2012 / 11:23 am

        Norma said, “Really, what WOULD it take to make you opt to not vote for Mr. Obama?”

        How about a decent Republican candidate? I will give Republicans credit for selecting Romney over the clowns who were running against him. And make no mistake, they were clowns, national laughingstocks. But that’s not exactly a ringing endorsement of Romney, is it? (Well, Huntsman wasn’t a clown, but he was tainted because he had the audacity to work in the Obama administration and he is capable of speaking two languages and therefore can’t be a real American.)

        Norma says, “I may have grave concerns over Mr. Romney’s faith but his policies ‘aligns with my view.’ He showed in the debates how he deals with a fight.”

        And which policies would those be? Can you even name a policy for which he has taken a consistent position?

        Norma then goes on to says, “As for my support of Mr. Romney’s policies, I recognize that most policy at this point is vague. Mr. Romney has been quite prudent, playing his cards close to the vest, as no one, not even Mr. Romney or Mr. Obama, can know what policies will be correct months from now.”

        Vague? You’re being kind. His policies–the ones you claim to support–are so vague that you don’t know what they are. And this is your preferred way of electing a president? Be kept in the dark as much as possible because only God knows what will come next? Please.

        And if Romney’s not changing positions on fundamental issues from one day to the next, then he outright lies. Yesterday General Motors felt compelled to respond to Romney’s latest lies by issuing this statement, “At this stage, we’re looking at Hubble telescope-length distances between campaign ads and reality. GM’s creating jobs in the U.S. and repatriating profits back to this country should be a source of bipartisan pride. We’ve clearly entered some parallel universe during these last few days. No amount of campaign politics at its cynical worst will diminish our record of creating jobs in the U.S. and repatriating profits back to this country.” Mitt Romney’s sole principle is what’s good for Mitt Romney is good enough.

        Finally, Norma says, “I’m voting for the American, Mr. Romney.” Uh, yeah, that’s cutting to the chase, isn’t it? All the rest was window dressing. Barack Obama isn’t an American in your eyes.

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 12:25 pm

        Wattle, you know perfectly well that to you, there IS no “decent Republican candidate”. Not because of your knowledge of the competing political ideologies and your objective choice between them, choosing the Leftist model of collectivism and massive central government power and authority, over the Constitutional model.

        No, because you don’t bother with things like that.

        Funniest thing, though—we remember the 2008 Dem primary, and the strident objections to Obama by the Clinton supporters, even after the rest of the Seven Dwarves had dropped out.

        Are you telling us that the huge numbers of Dems who fought so hard to get Hillary the nomination are hypocrites and two-faced cowards for now supporting Obama?

        But thanks for the groveling political commentary from Government Motors.

        Tell me, though—what is the difference between an American company merely moving jobs overseas and an American company moving jobs overseas and then “repatriating” the profits? Isn’t overseas overseas? Isn’t GM employing people in other countries instead of having its manufacturing all taking place here in the US? How is this different from any other US company doing the same thing? Do other US companies also “repatriate” their profits back into the US?

      • Norma Stitz November 1, 2012 / 1:52 pm

        Mr. Watson

        I’m sorry if I indicated I prefer vague policy. What i meant is I admire Mr. Romney for avoiding the trap of letting your opponent bog you down in specifics.

        Here are specifics I like:

        Mr. Romney supports a stronger stance regarding foreign policy, including more direct pressure on Iran.

        Mr. Romney supports Pro-life work, though it is unknown the extent of that support. Still, some support is better than no support, which is what Mr. Obama offers.

        Mr. Romney supports a tighter monetary policy, which is essential to recovery.

        OK, so first James and now Mr. Watson. Will anyone state what policies of the President they support and why?

        I asked James and he didn’t answer, he just demanded my positions.

        I offered James my positions and he told me to choose policy for him to defend.

        Now, Mr. Watson you said my answer was too vague. Here is my specific answer. Will you now please answer a question posed several times over the last 24 hours?

        What policies of the President match your worldview so much that you perform advocaty work for the President?

      • Amazona November 1, 2012 / 2:11 pm

        Norma, you may have noticed that when I listed several Obama policies, which James said he would be happy to defend, he has not discussed any of them.

        A lot of Romney’s ideas are not exactly specific policies. For example, he believes in free enterprise, which means allowing individuals to develop their own business plans with as little regulation as possible to ensure legality without hindering them in their pursuit of success. This overriding philosophy cannot be summed up in one or two specific “policies” but has to be incorporated into a coherent and integrated business and regulatory plan for economic growth.

        The Left loves sound bites, tiny little squibs of partial ideas, but a true economic policy can’t be distilled into a simple blog post.

        My main idea, regarding Romney, is his commitment to start a return to the Constitutional model of governance for this nation, which includes reducing the size and scope of the federal government, increasing the influence and power of the states, and getting more of every kind of government back closer to local control.

        Under this broad umbrella of political ideology will be many policies, some large, some small, some tried and then discarded, some developed as they prove to be successful. This is how good businessmen work, and I can guarantee that every time a pragmatic and rational approach dictates a modification or abandonment of a policy if it proves to be less than successful, the rabid Left will pounce upon it as a proof of incompetence or idiocy.

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