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Lovely, 5 days after Ryan was picked by Romney the Real Clear political headlines are awash with new sounds and energy


"Romney Changes the Conversation" is the title of one article. i haven't read that yet but i will. Here is a really good one from the Washington Examiner.


Tick Tock the Clok is running out for Obama.

When prophets are false
August 14, 2012 | 8:00 pm Noemie Emery


Liberal pundits, liberals, the Obama machine and Obama himself all call Paul Ryan a disastrous pick for vice president. That looks like a good sign for the Mitt Romney ticket, given the multiple records Team Obama has set since 2009 for making bad forecasts, losing elections and in general getting things wrong.

They said Obama was a transformational leader who was about to ring in the next great liberal era; that the conservative movement was dead for the next quarter-century; and that the Democratic majority, "emerging" since the late 1990s, was now finally being born. They said a crisis was a bad thing to waste, and instead they got wasted. They said a crisis would make people turn to the state, but they turned against it. They said the stimulus would keep unemployment under 8 percent and voters would love it. Unemployment has been above 8 percent for 40-plus months in succession, and voters did not.

They said people would come to love health care (they didn't), and that people wouldn't resent or remember the way that they'd passed it (they did). They said the Tea Party was "Astroturf," "racist" and would destroy the Republican Party. But it was authentic; it embraced and elected blacks, Hispanics and women; it gave the GOP a bumper crop of magnetic new leaders and led it to a succession of wins.

Meanwhile, Obama lost both his touch and his bearings, and every campaign he came near. He couldn't sell the stimulus or health care to voters. He campaigned for Creigh Deeds (blown away by Bob McDonnell), for Jon Corzine (blown away by Chris Christie) and for Martha Coakley (blown away by Scott Brown.) His party was blown away in the 2010 midterms, losing the House and many statehouses, whose occupants began turning right.

In New Jersey, Christie slashed the budget, cut perks and ripped public unions. His poll numbers dropped at first when teachers complained, but then they began rising. They are now at 56 percent. In Wisconsin, Walker cut costs and then ripped public unions. The unions fought back, took over and trashed the State Capitol, and then launched three separate and unsuccessful drives to defeat him and his supporters at the ballot box. (The only victim worth mentioning is a state senator who had deserted his wife and shacked up with a floozy outside his district). In their drive to nail Walker himself, they raised tons of money and flooded the state with out-of-state workers. Walker won by 7 points, increasing his original 2010 margin of victory against the same Democratic opponent.

Democrats did beat the Tea Party twice (on incompetence, not ideology) and won one House seat in upstate New York, but these were small saves in a cascade of losses. Meanwhile, Occupy Wall Street, embraced by the Left as the Tea Party's counter, drew a collection of looters and losers, and petered out in a pile of debris, filth and feces. A winning campaign this is not.

Greece has gone bust. Spain is in trouble. Around the world, what Walter Russell Mead calls the "blue state model" of welfare state governance is taking on water, including in the U.S. states under liberal governance. Every day, a new town in California goes bankrupt, even as its governor dreams of light rail. This may be why the Mediscare tactics that worked so well from 1996 and 2005 may not work in this era. This why Marco Rubio, who embraced Ryan's "Roadmap" plan in 2010 to reform both Medicare and Social Security, was attacked from the Left by Charlie Crist and the Democrat, yet handily won a three-way election -- in Florida.
Liberals, who may be feeling too cocky, might give a thought to these things.



You decide on November 6th Take a couple of friends along with you.

Meanwhile I will spend an hour sending this P&C to all of my friends and a couple of them are liberal democrats. the kind that used to get up and leave the room when George W. Bush appeared on the telly.

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post #2 of 13

Obama is the President,

He's a Politician,

why do you guys insist on speaking of him in Biblical proportions?

post #3 of 13
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Originally Posted by fish'nmagician View Post

Obama is the President,
He's a Politician,
why do you guys insist on speaking of him in Biblical proportions?

For that answer you will have to twitter Chris Mathews and the Maddox broad. biggrin.gif
post #4 of 13

sorry,

I read more about the Messiah etc. from right wingers on SOL,

I'll go right to the source.

post #5 of 13
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Are you telling me you missed the Mout Olympus acceptance speech from the top of the mountain in Denver.


Bottomline, Obama is in trouble. his Health Care Act will only stand if his deducting $700 + billion away from Medicare. I'm a medicare recipent and I donate $2,000.00 of my SS dollars to recived that service. Your dodging with your silly nibbling on the bibical bone dervision will not change the direction of this tread..

" Romney noted in his 60 Minutes interview over the weekend, his plan and Ryan’s plan are not identical. In response to a question about the Ryan budget, Romney responded, “I have my Budget Plan, as you know, that I’ve put out. And that’s the budget plan we’re going to run on.”

And the Romney campaign has explicitly stated that it will not preserve Obamacare’s cuts to Medicare. “Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have always been fully committed to repealing Obamacare, ending President Obama’s $716 billion raid on Medicare, and tackling the serious fiscal challenges our country faces,” said Romney policy director Lanhee Chen in a Monday statement. “A Romney-Ryan Administration will restore the funding to Medicare, ensure that no changes are made to the program for those 55 or older, and implement the reforms that they have proposed to strengthen it for future generations.”


Would you care to discss the article or play with yourself by trying to deflect, and deny your Messiah's stumbles and bumbles.
post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by fish'nmagician View Post

Obama is the President,

Somebody should remind him so he can start acting the part.
post #7 of 13
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hooked.gif Since you do not wish to discuss the post, you have been given the hook. Come back when you grow up.

See ya, Francis kiss.gif my moon.gifnaughty.gif
post #8 of 13
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why do you guys insist on speaking of him in Biblical proportions?

Because the Tea Party candidates especially are saying they are prophets when then claim "God told me to run of office."
They always invoke the Lord when speaking about their actions.
Bush said it was God who told him to invade Iraq.
Sharon Angle said God told her to run against Harry Reid.
Ryan said Nature and God gave us our rights, not government.

It's just the spin thing with the right Frank.
post #9 of 13
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"Ryan said Nature and God gave us our rights, not government."

Psst, TJ Ryan was Quoting Thomas Jeferson.

And I'd like to see the quotes from the other parties you claim have said "God Told Me."

i think I saw a blurb on Huffington a year or two ago pushing that oddity.
post #10 of 13
Then maybe he shouldn't take credit for other people's words and preface his remarks so people don't attribute them to him.
I've posted them three times already. You can see the video's as proof too. You're not saying you're too lazy to do the work ? But as usual I'll do the work for you.

So if God spoke to Bush and Angle, they're claiming to be prophets like Jesus. How many f us have heard the voice of God ?
If they did, why can't they tell us what He sounds like ? Are they really herring a voice or just having schizoid moments ?
Either way, they were said.

First, let me explain why I keep running for office. When the Lord speaks, you listen. Perhaps all my previous experience losing all the time has taught me some valuable lessons. So what if I’ve lost three races in a row. Even Abraham Lincoln lost a few races in his day before he became president. The Lord has spoken once again and told me, Sharron Angle to run for president. I’m ready, hell I have absolutely nothing better to do. And if Palin can make all that money gallivanting around the nation spewing tea party rhetoric, why not me?
Sharron Angle Announces Run for President

Posted on January 27, 2011 by Sharron's Angle in Sharron's Angle
http://thenevadaview.com/528/sharron-angle-announces-run-for-president/

I trust God speaks through me. Without that, I couldn't do my job.
Statement made during campaign visit to Amish community, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Jul. 9, 2004

George Bush: 'God told me to end the tyranny in Iraq'
President told Palestinians God also talked to him about Middle East peace

Mr Bush revealed the extent of his religious fervour when he met a Palestinian delegation during the Israeli-Palestinian summit at the Egpytian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, four months after the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.

One of the delegates, Nabil Shaath, who was Palestinian foreign minister at the time, said: "President Bush said to all of us: 'I am driven with a mission from God'. God would tell me, 'George go and fight these terrorists in Afghanistan'. And I did. And then God would tell me 'George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq'. And I did."

Mr Bush went on: "And now, again, I feel God's words coming to me, 'Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East'. And, by God, I'm gonna do it."


Ryan: "Our Rights Come From Nature And God, Not From Government"

"America, America is just more than a place, though. America is an idea. It's the only country founded on an idea. Our rights come from nature and God, not from government. That's right. That's who we are, that's how we built this country. That's who we are. That's what made us great. That's what made us great. We promise equal opportunity, not equal outcomes," Ryan said.
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Ryan: "Our Rights Come From Nature And God, Not From Government"
"America, America is just more than a place, though. America is an idea. It's the only country founded on an idea. Our rights come from nature and God, not from government. That's right. That's who we are, that's how we built this country. That's who we are. That's what made us great. That's what made us great. We promise equal opportunity, not equal outcomes," Ryan said.

Do you agree with that?
post #12 of 13
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hooked.gif Since you do not wish to discuss the post, you have been given the hook. Come back when you grow up.
See ya, Francis kiss.gif my moon.gifnaughty.gif

Wow! How was Frank off topic?

Lately, I can't make sense of the PG - you guys come up with the wackiest threads, then when people comment on them, they get the hook?

The crap you wrote was much more infantile. kiss.gif my moon.gif ????

Awesome!

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post #13 of 13
charloots;
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Do you agree with that?

Yes I do. That's why it's B/S coming from a politician. Any politician. I believe God made everything. So cannibas was given to us all and no one should be able to criminalize it. If I can smoke tobacco, I can smoke weed or drink alcohol.
(I don't anymore) but, the point is who are politicians to say what isn't mine ?
The debt isn't mine. I didn't create it. wars did. I didn't want war. But they tell me I have to pay for them.
The point is, they are all enemies of the nation when they talk about God.
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