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Where Do We Go From Here?


Before the elections, an echo rang throughout the land.  Well at least through the MSM.  We kept hearing Obama and the left proclaim that the rich need to pay their fair share of the nations taxes, failing to mention that the rich already pay over 70% of the nations taxes.  They also claimed that the rich won’t care if they pay more in taxes.  That’s a load of crap, I said to myself over and over again.  Surely the rich won’t vote for individuals that want to steal their income and redistribute it to a group of bottom feeders.  Boy was I wrong.  Obama actually picked up eight of the ten wealthiest counties in the U.S.

This is absolutely mind-boggling, to say the least.  I can’t wrap my mind around the thought process of these people.  I don’t know if they are just stupid or ignorant.  Maybe the rich had some elaborate plan to get Obama re-elected and then start a mass exodus the near future, taking their money and jobs with them to another country.  Which by the way would leave the rest of us screwed.  I wouldn’t be surprised to see the unemployment rate doubled, $6.00 gas, and a restricted second amendment.

A fortune-teller I am not, but I do know that we are heading for rough waters in the near future.  Luckily you don’t have to be a fortune-teller to be able to know where we are heading.  All you have to do is look back through world history and find out what happened to the civilizations in the days of yore.

Looking back to the Roman Empire, you will find a lot of similarities between the former and current powerful nations.  The Romans, before their fall, became a very perverse society.  Sexual immorality was rampant.  It decayed the foundation of the society like a plague.  Sound familiar?  As we all know, our society is following in the path of the Romans.  Sex is almost used like currency in our society.  People meet in a stranger in some bar and have a one night stand, or they want that promotion so the use sex to get it.  There are also a lot of people who participate in acts like sodomy, bestiality, and many other perverse sex acts.  Sounds like a sexually immoral society to me.

Another reason for the fall of the Roman civilization was that they had the majority of their population on a type of welfare system, the government would give citizens a monthly ration of grain, at a highly discounted price.  Since the government controlled the price of the grain, they could raise or lower the price to affect the favorability of the ruler.  Again, sounds the same.  Looking at today’s society it is very clear that we are heavily vested in our welfare system.  It is an ever-expanding behemoth.  Not only are we giving people free money for nothing, but in the not so distant past FDR gave his “hold-the-line” order where the government froze most prices.  They even jailed people who tried charging any more than these set limits.  Again, sounds like the Roman empire to me.

Let’s not fail to mention that the Romans had a blood lust, where the Christians bore the brunt of their lust for violence.  Now Americans, currently don’t have gladiators who fight to the death, however we do enjoy watching two men beat the crap out of each other for hours at a time.  What America does have, in comparison, is a society the is increasingly anti-Christian, anti-Jew, and/or just plain anti-God.  Atheists say that the nation was not founded on biblical principles and the founding fathers were areligious.  However, all you have to do is look at what the founders said in their own words, not a text-book written two years ago by a bunch of commie educators, and you see that they were in fact Christians.  Even Thomas Jefferson was, comparatively, more Christian than most Christians today.

More than fifty percent of American voters made a statement that was loud and clear on November 6, 2012.  “We would rather have free crap than Freedom.”  This is disheartening.  I no longer recognize the country that I have loved my entire life.  We let politicians that have lied to us, to our faces,  sweet talks us into voting for them again.  We voted, in favor of letting our taxes be raised to new historic levels.

Barack Obama will go down in history as the president who single-handedly destroyed the America that we know and love today.  We have seen his failed and destructive policies being inflicted upon the American people for just about four years now with dire consequences.  We have seen his ineptitude when it comes to handling issues of foreign policy.  It seems the president, in the last few months, started showing his true colors.  He has revealed, in fact, that he is a socialist, and we still want him to be the leader of our country.

In the coming months, conservatives need to regroup and figure out a strategy to start taking back our society.  We need to either change the republican party, or send it the way of the whig party.  We bloggers are the new media and we need to connect, we need to come to come together.  So get on Twitter, get a blog, connect with other like-minded people, and don’t worry, real change will come to the country and we will bring it to fruition.

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Sandy Rocks the Nation, Obama Mocks the Nation

Atlantic City underwater.

In the aftermath of super storm Sandy, we keep those impacted in our prayers, especially for those who have lost loved ones. I sincerely ask you to continue to pray for all affected. I did not want to bring any politics into an article that had to deal with the hurricane, and I do seem to remember hearing recently Obama saying something to that effect, however he did happen to throw his lean forward slogan into a couple of press conferences. So make this political he did first.

Having a family member in path of the hurricane myself, in Maryland, I have been following the events as much as possible, but I also see the need to not lose focus on the developments of the so-called ‘Benghazi-gate.’ Don’t forget, according to Rahm Emanuel, we don’t want to waste a crisis. Well this is just the crisis needed to take everyone’s mind off the loss of American lives in Libya and focus them elsewhere.

It is very saddening to have to say something like that. We need badly to support our fellow citizens, but individuals and conglomerates of left based groups and foundations have been “capitalizing” on the deaths and struggles of Americans and spinning them into something they can use to push agendas and hide corruption.

Just look at how the left uses gun related tragedies to try to push gun control, or how they used news about celebrities to sort of hide the passage of Obamacare. We all know what happened in Benghazi, well all of us except Chris Matthew’s. We know about the lies and deceit, we now know about the possibility that the white house denied support to the Marines in Benghazi, sentencing them to a death penalty for serving this great country. Now according to recent developments, the white house, including the president, may have been watching the attack as it happened.

Then, I heard something that just made my stomach churn. During a press conference, Obama said, “we leave nobody behind,” I found it a little unnerving. I mean why would he say something like that when we did leave Marines behind, and ultimately paid the price with their lives. Then I just about came unglued when I found out he was actually talking about those affected by the hurricane.

Again, I mourn with those on the east coast who are mourning, I am not knocking the seriousness of the situation, and I’m not saying we should leave anyone behind. What I am saying that in light of the happenings in Benghazi, this was a very poor choice of words. Very poor Mr. President. Then again, he seems to always choose the poorest choice of words.

On a side note, I find it despicable to hear people talk badly about the Romney/Ryan campaign using their bus to help ship needed supplies to areas impacted by the hurricane. If you feel compelled and want to help those affected by hurricane Sandy, here are a couple of links that you can use to donate monetarily if you’d like:

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One Thing To Remember

Hey everyone. I just wanted to remind everyone that if you haven’t voted yet for some reason, vote for the candidate whose father was not a polygamist. Mitt Romney. If you need another reason check out this picture I made a few months ago.

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Creepy Voting Ad Finally Gets Parody

I am still at a loss for words on the ‘My First Time’ video.  You know, the video that the Obama campaign created that creepily compares voting to losing your virginity.  Seriously, give it a look if you don’t believe me.


Okay, see creepy as all get out.  Also I feel kind of dirty after watching this.  It’s almost an NSFW type of video, where you don’t want someone to know your watching it.  The only entertainment I got out of this was reading the twitter feeds that were responding to this outlandish display of tomfoolery.

 

Then yesterday Steven Crowder, a conservative comedian, came out with this parody of the Obama Ad.

I don’t feel so bad anymore.  Thanks Steven.

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What Did We Learn From the Final Debate?

Monday night, as we all know, was the last of the three presidential debates. This debate was focused on the foreign policies of president Obama, and soon the be president Mitt Romney. So what were my opinions of the debate, who won, and what were some of the important topics brought up?

First off Romney was definitely the winner of this debate. There were moments when he didn’t seem as on fire as others, but seeing the candidates side by side and listening to their answers, one thing was clear, Mitt Romney was definitely the most presidential of the two. He kept Obama on the hot seat most the debate, though he missed some great opportunities to bring to light Obama’s handling of the Benghazi attack.  During most of the debate Obama seemed to be giving Romney, what most in the twitter-verse were calling “The Death Stare,” ninety percent of the time.  I couldn’t tell if he was trying to listen really, really intently, or if he was just thinking that if the table wasn’t as wide I would try to punch this guy.

The most memorable and best Romney moment of the night had to be when he brought up the Obama’s apology tour when he made the rounds in the middle east. He seem to be on the attack most the night, at least more than previously I thought.  At one point, Romney was talking and Obama tried interrupting, Romney calmly turned to Obama and said “I’m still speaking.”  It was great.

This time around Obama did not do all that great, in my opinion. He definitely seemed to be in attack mode, always attacking Romney’s stance on an issue, or a statement made in the past.   Other than a few times, didn’t seem to stutter as much as usual, but I honestly didn’t see the Obama of the last debate. He kept using the same talking points over and over again, in fact some of the talking points he repeated three or four times in the debate, literally word for word.  He seemed a pretty arrogant when speaking to Romney, Especially when he was blasting him about the Navy and how we don’t use bayonets and horses as much in war anymore.

“Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets because the nature of our military’s changed. We have these things called aircraft carriers where planes land on them. We have these ships that go underwater, nuclear submarines. And so the question is not a game of Battleship where we’re counting ships. It’s — it’s what are our capabilities.”

I decided to fact check this statement this morning. When it comes to the bayonets remark I found it interesting to learn that bayonet and knife combat training is on the rise.  Meaning it is something that is and will be used in the future of war.  Also horse use is on the rise in the military and has always been used for things such as soldiers funerals.  Another thing to mention is that we technically don’t use battle ships anymore.  The last battle ship in active duty was the USS Missouri and was decommissioned in 1992. Currently there are no battle ships being used in the navy.  I have read tweets from Obama supporters saying he was dumbing things down for Romney, but the way he said them showed true arrogance.  Overall, I would say Obama was aggressive and constantly on the attack against Romney.  He did have a little more composure than the last debate, but at times you could tell that he was mad.

As I mentioned before Romney should have capitalized on the Benghazi attacks and the way the current administration handled it. This was one point that I think would have put Romney over the top, and would have brought a lot of undecided voters to his camp. He did bring it up a little bit in the last debate, but this was the one to drive that home.  I think this cost him a little bit, and was the most important point to bring to undecided voters attentions.

I tried to pay special attention to the moderator this time. Bob Schieffer was without a doubt the best moderator of the three debates. He seemed to stay out of the conversation except to move it along, unlike Candy Crowley. I don’t know much about him except that he host ‘Face the Nation’ on CBS, but even if he is partisan to the democrats, like most the MSM, he did a good job of hiding that last night.  Their were a couple of gaffes last night, or Biden-isms as my friends and I like to call them.  The best gaffe however was from Bob Schieffer when he mistakenly called Osama Bin Laden, Obama’s Bin Laden. It took a second for it to sink in and we had a good laugh at our debate party.

Romney’s closing statements seemed kind of dull to me last night. They weren’t bad, but his closing statement from last weeks debate was definitely the better of these two. Obama’s, on the other hand, was the same as always, basically, it’s still Bush’s fault and Romney is a liar. I read an article from TheBlazeyesterday that kind of put things into perspective. Governor Chris Christie said “If Obama can’t change Washington from the inside, what the hell is he doing asking for another four years?”

Why indeed.

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Will the Youth Vote Be the Fall of America?

The term “Youth Vote” originally described voters in the 21-30 year old age bracket and was coined in the 1930’s. During the 1970’s the voting age was then changed to 18, bringing in hundreds of thousands of voters mainly fresh out of high school. Being 28, I myself fall under this category. Naturally, democrats used this to their advantage and have been working on forming the minds of children to their liberal ideologies. Eventually, in their minds, the youth would be overwhelmingly democrat due to the brainwashing attempted in the public school systems, and it works, to some extent.

The last two elections have had very high turn out from youth voters, in which the majority of that group voted for Al Gore and Barack Obama. Looking to the future, there are studies that show that in 2015 the youth vote will make up approximately 33% of all American voters. If the trend continues, that will be a major chunk of the voting population, who might end up supporting democrat candidates and ideologies. These politicians won’t have to break a sweat, or drop a dime for these votes.

Democrats have been pandering to these individuals for as long as I can remember, with promises of lower to no tuition costs for college, free money for living and food, and other types of entitlements for all. It’s no wonder that they flock to democrats who just tell them what they want to hear. If you listen to the news, it seems the youth of this nation really can’t think for themselves.

However, according to the New York Times, some of the youth vote, at least for the moment, is moving toward Mitt Romney and the republicans. Though he still leads by a large margin, support for Obama, between the 18-24 year old voters is half what the 25-29 year old vote is.

I thought to myself why is this? Why would support for Obama being going downhill. After thinking back to the debate, and things that I’ve seen in the past four years, I came up with two theories.

First off, maybe, just maybe these youth are realizing that they are not getting what they were promised and their eyes are finally opened to the lies of the left. They realize that the country is going to hell and the failed policies of the current administration are just flat out hurting America. The only other possible theory, I can think of, is that they are upset with Obama, and the democrats, and will vote for Romney out of spite.

According to a poll, from Harvard, Obama is loosing support from students, not because they’re voting for Romney, but because they aren’t going to vote at all.

According to U.S. News:

As the race hurtles into its last weeks, the youth vote is becoming less of a lock for President Obama than it was for his first White House bid. And it’s not because young people like GOP nominee Mitt Romney any more than Obama, it’s that they just might not show up at the polls this time around.

“Millennial enthusiasm is nowhere near where it was four years ago,” says Harvard Institute of Politics Director Trey Grayson.

While a new Harvard poll finds that young adults trust Obama over Romney to improve their lives 55 percent to 36 percent among “likely” voters, fewer than half of 18 to 29-years-olds said they “definitely” plan to vote at all. That number is down 19 points from 2008, when 66 percent of Millennials were registered and ready to cast ballots.

While at the same time:

Romney’s youth voters are much more likely to make it out to vote in November. Sixty-five percent of his voters said they are definitely going to make it to the polls whereas just over half of Obama’s supporters were committed to casting a ballot.

So it looks like, in my opinion, Obama is losing support out of spite. A small percentage are turning to Romney, most are just going to stay home. Romney on the other hand, is gaining support because of an emerging energized base of youth voters.

Even though it’s not a clear-cut victory for Romney with the youth, the tides are changing. It just goes to show how important our vote is to secure a victory on either side, and republicans have not been doing enough to grab these votes. I believe that will change, republicans are not just a bunch of old, fat, white, rich guys. There is a young, diverse group of republicans rising from the midst of this great country, and they will be the future of the GOP.

So will the youth vote destroy America? No, I really don’t think so. I think the destruction of America would come at the hands of a majority of the population living off government entitlements and/or a majority of the population in government employment. Both very real possibilities, but that’s a whole other topic.

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The Second Presidential Debate Is Over… Who Won?

The debate getting a little heated.

Tonight I was a little behind on the debate.  Story of my life it seems.  The first debate I was on a fishing trip and forgot to record it.  I had to work on my house and ended up missing the VP debate, luckily I recorded that one.  Tonight, however, I was invited to a debate party and got there late.  It seems anytime I want to watch a presidential debate live something comes up and I have to rely on my DVR, or in this case a friends DVR.  Luckily I have great friend, they paused the debate before it started and waited for me and my family to show.  So I was only like twenty minutes behind.

Now like I said I missed the first debate, and I still haven’t seen it, but from what I’ve read and seen in the news, it was no contest.  So, in the back of my mind, I kind of hoped that this debate would be the same, although I knew it wouldn’t be.  There were a lot of questions I think should have been brought up but weren’t, i.e. the Muslim Brotherhood members being invited to the White House, Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in our government, and Obama avoiding Netanyahu like the plague.

I was impressed by most of Romney’s answers, though two minutes seems like a lot of time to give someone to answer simple questions, just my opinion.  I say give a short well thought out answer and let Obama take up the rest of the time defending his ineptitude. By the second or third question I was tired of hearing Romney talk.  Not because he wasn’t giving good answers, it just drug on and on.  Obama was no different I need to add.  He spent a lot of his time calling Romney a liar, two to three minutes at a time.

Romney did a very good job of keeping Obama on his toes the whole time.  He brought up broken promises and his failures as president.  Governor Romney answered pretty well on issues such as immigration reform, energy independence, the second amendment, and especially the last question about, basically, debunking misrepresentations of his character.  That last one was one of his better answers.  However, on a few of the questions, it seemed like he kind of walked around it and gave an answer that didn’t really address the actual question.  For example, when asked what he would do with the illegal aliens that are hard-working, he just talked about immigration reform and was basically asked a second time to answer the actual question, which he then did very well.  All in all I would say he had a solid debate overall though.

Obama on the other hand was more like a… a bratty kid?  Maybe a little more Biden-esque in the fact he was definitely more aggressive and interruptive.  At one point he almost seemed pissed, you could see it in his face.  The “altitude” really didn’t seem to affect him as much this time.  I would have to say he did pretty well in his overall response to questions and staying engaged.  Though he never seemed to answer any questions directly.  It seemed that every answer was “Romney is a liar and here is why,” followed by an explanation that based in liberal talking points, it was just the same Obama talking points over and over again.  He must have been studying those non-stop the past two weeks.  I can hear Michelle now. “No intelligence meetings until you memorize those talking points backwards and forwards, and eat those brussel sprouts, now!”  There’s not much else to say about his performance, just redistribution and republicans are evil.

All in all I will say it was a little hard for me to determine a winner of the debate.  Even though they both did fairly well.  If I had to put money on it, I would say that Romney won by a slim to medium margin.  However, according to FOX News, out of their focus groups Romney was definitely the winner by far.  I don’t know, but if that is accurate with the undecided voters, then I say hallelujah!

One other thing I wanted to bring up was the moderator, Candy Crowley.  I think she was probably the best moderator this year, however I would say she was definitely trying to help Obama a couple of times.  Not surprising the MSM will always do that.  No matter how much they try to hide it just can’t portray a balanced, unbiased image.  I just hope that this debate was enough to help boost Romney toward a sustainable lead.

In case you missed it here is the debate in its entirety.

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ACORN? Still Alive? It’s True

It seems that 174 chapters of the notorious Association of Community Organizer for Reform Now (ACORN) is still kicking and screaming despite the incriminating sting video by Hannah Giles and James O’Keefe.  It seems all they did was change their name in most cases. The nonprofit Cause of Action uncovered the groups “brilliant” plan to cover up their true nature.

The connections between these groups and the old ACORN groups include: having the same physical location, sharing leadership or staff or having the same tax ID number. “For some of these groups, all they did was legally change their name. Nothing else changed. The corporate structure, leadership and staff are the same,” said Karen Groen Olea, Cause of Action’s chief counsel.

It’s just amazingly funny how they thought they could just change the name on the door and think no one would find out.  Silly Liberals.

More at TheBlaze.

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Nobel Peace Prize Under Investigation

Barack Obama receiving 'Nobel Peace Prize' for...?

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) — Nobel Peace Prize officials were facing a formal inquiry over accusations they have drifted away from the prize’s original selection criteria by choosing such winners as President Barack Obama, as the nomination deadline for the 2012 awards closed Wednesday.

The investigation comes after persistent complaints by a Norwegian peace researcher that the original purpose of the prize was to diminish the role of military power in international relations.

If the Stockholm County Administrative Board, which supervises foundations in Sweden’s capital, finds that prize founder Alfred Nobel’s will is not being honored, it has the authority to suspend award decisions going back three years – though that would be unlikely and unprecedented, said Mikael Wiman, a legal expert working for the county.

Obama won in 2009, Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo won in 2010, and last year the award was split between Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberian activist Leymah Gbowee and Tawakkul Karman of Yemen.

For this year’s award, Russian human rights activist Svetlana Gannushkina, jailed former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and Cuban rights activists Oswaldo Paya and Yoani Sanchez are among the candidates who have been publicly announced by those who nominated them.

 

Read entire story here.

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