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Monday, October 29, 2012

A Note To Barack:

There are real human beings out here whose lives are being destroyed.

Two Tazewell County coal miners share story with Gov. Mitt Romney

Similar stories to those being told by millions of other Americans.

The difference?

Obama hasn't targeted everyone else's futures for elimination.

We're Mad As Hell ...

Though Dave Wasserman will be the first to tell you that early voting is not indicative of the outcome of next month's election, this report (that he tweeted out on the 26th) that looks at early voting trends is interesting:

Meanwhile, northern Virginia and Richmond, both Obama strongholds, are way down in early voting turnout thus far, according to Wasserman.

A sign of big things to come?


Shame

The New York Post:
Myriad are the failures of the Obama administration, but none is more tragic, or more frightening, or more foreboding of catastrophe than the appalling mishandling of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi.
Those who sought their government's help were left to die.

They died.

And Obama flew to Las Vegas for a campaign event.

My God.

A Message For Our Diplomatic Corps

You’re on your own.

'Silence Is The Voice Of Complicity'


A Death Knell For The USA?

George Will sends out a warning.  Though he may be too late:
America’s ethos once was what Eberstadt [Nicholas Eberstadt, an economist and demographer at American Enterprise Institute] calls “optimistic Puritanism,” combining an affinity for personal enterprise with a horror of dependency. Nov. 6 is a late and perhaps last chance to begin stopping the scandal of plundering our descendants’ wealth to finance the demands of today’s entitlement mentality.
Plundering our descendants’ wealth to finance the demands of today’s entitlement mentality.

Our ancestors look down upon us in horror and disgrace.