Where IS Joe???

September 6, 2013

Flashback: A year ago, Biden accused Romney of wanting war with Syria.

So where is he now? The hypocrisy of the reclusive leftist.

Better still what’s he plotting. Maybe cleaning his shotgun?

All Is Welcome …

August 21, 2013


Find that in your Romney binder …

Yep it was another half hearted election …

But there is always this WOW fun ICYMI … Jessie Jackson’s SON Goes to prison … I am sure your local media picked up this story, as I didn’t see it anywhere on the networks … Like father, like son, heh.

The Fact That Reid Still Thinks he Will Senate Majority…

November 2, 2012

That’s the laughable part here…

Five days before the election, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has ruled out trying to work with Mitt Romney should he win next week.

“Mitt Romney’s fantasy that Senate Democrats will work with him to pass his ‘severely conservative’ agenda is laughable,” Mr. Reid said in a statement on Friday, trying to puncture Mr. Romney’s closing election argument that he’ll be able to deliver on the bipartisanship President Obama promised in 2008 but has struggled to live up to.

Mr. Reid, a Nevada Democrat and a Mormon, like Mr. Romney, has become the Republican presidential nominee’s chief critic this campaign, at one point accusing him of failing to pay taxes — a charge that Mr. Romney has refuted.

Read more at washingtontimes.com …

Didn’t you already know Reid’s agenda is his agenda, and most other communist Senate members? If you didn’t this should make the case.

And then there is this shot at the I thought it was dead according to Reid, TEA PARTY — Not they aren’t Dingy and you know have admitted the obvious: It’s your running the Senate which is NOW DEAD:

The Nevadan took another lick at the GOP standard bearer on Friday.

“Mitt Romney’s fantasy that Senate Democrats will work with him to pass his ‘severely conservative’ agenda is laughable,” Reid said in a statement released by his office.

“In fact, Mitt Romney’s Tea Party agenda has already been rejected in the Senate. In the past few months, we have voted down many of the major policies that Mitt Romney has run on, from the Ryan plan to end Medicare as we know it, to the Blunt Amendment to deny women access to contraception, to more tax giveaways for millionaires and billionaires, to a draconian spending plan that would gut critical services for seniors and the most vulnerable Americans.”

Reid added: “Mitt Romney has demonstrated that he lacks the courage to stand up to the Tea Party, kowtowing to their demands time and again. There is nothing in Mitt Romney’s record to suggest he would act any differently as president. As governor of Massachusetts, he had a terrible relationship with Democrats, cordoning himself off behind a velvet rope instead of reaching out to build relationships. And in the near-decade that Mitt Romney has spent running for president, both his words and his actions have shown that pleasing the far right is more important to him than working across the aisle.”

Read more

Mason-Dixon: Florida’s Gone

October 30, 2012

And they are pulling out their polling unit.

The writing was on the wall when Suffolk stopped polling there, but Mason-Dixon confirmed it today: it’s over in Florida and Romney will win Florida.

An exclusive Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9 poll of likely voters along the Interstate 4 corridor finds Romney leading Obama 51 percent to 45 percent, with 4 percent undecided.

“Romney has pretty much nailed down Florida,” said Brad Coker of Mason-Dixon Polling and Research, which conducted the poll for the Times and its media partners. “Unless something dramatically changes — an October surprise, a major gaffe — Romney’s going to win Florida.”

Which both campaigns know very well.  Good for down-ticket races.

Tea Party doing their thing in Florida.

Romney raises $111.8 million in October

October 25, 2012

Mitt Romney’s campaign announced this morning that the GOP ticket and the Republican National Committee raised $111.8 million between Oct. 1 and Oct. 17. Not the full month.

It’s an impressive number, especially given how many months they’ve now broken the $100 million number. This period includes all three presidential debates and the VP debate, when Romney’s strong performance in the first debate especially helped bring in a flurry of donations.

The campaign still has just more than $169 million on hand as of Oct. 17, which is a big war chest for the final few weeks of the campaign and enough to really flood the airwaves with ads now through Nov. 6.

Politico: Democrats see Obama agenda release as a desperation move, too

October 24, 2012

If you recall Obama released his pathetically light on details second term agenda Monday.

Everybody knew it wasn’t serious. Even Democrats…

If you suffered whiplash after Team Obama’s sudden change in strategy after the last debate, you weren’t alone.  After waiting until almost literally the last moment to release Barack Obama’s second-term agenda, suddenly the campaign rushed out an ad and a 20-page booklet that consists of mostly full-color pictures out to the press — not coincidentally, the day after the last debate in which Obama might have been able to make its case to a national audience.

Politico reports that few are impressed with this move, not even Obama’s fellow Democrats:

Everything was going great for Barack Obama until about 9:04 on the night of Oct. 3, when Mitt Romney startled everybody by refusing to live up to his caricature as The Worst Candidate Ever.

Romney’s late-game comeback — an unexpected assertion of presidential competence in front of 67 million viewers — robbed Obama of his momentum and forced the president’s team to make a subtle yet significant change to their closing argument in the critical last two weeks of the 2012 campaign.

“Unexpected” by whom? Team Obama?  Democrats?  The media?  Mitt, who successfully turned around the collapsing Salt Lake City Olympics, and who made several fortunes as an executive in business and finance.

He has a much better resumé for presidential leadership than Obama did in 2008. And still does.

That incompetence at Team O has them scrambling for a Plan B now:

Instead, the pressure is now on Obama to prove himself — and oh so late in the game. That led his campaign on Tuesday to release a detailed, bullet-point plan for his second term — a formal agenda his team had long resisted despite appeals from the likes of Bill Clinton, Nancy Pelosi and James Carville, and an army of basic-cable liberals, who said the president needed to spend less time cutting down Romney and more time elevating himself.

“Had to do it … It’s all about earning people’s votes,” emailed a Democrat close to the campaign when the plan was unveiled hours after the third and final presidential debate in Boca Raton, Fla. …

Obama officials publicly claim the plan was in the works all along and doesn’t represent a major change. But many Democrats and observers see the Tuesday messaging switch as proof Obama leaned too heavily for too long on a negative “Hit Mitt” strategy, at the expense of a sustained push to convince skeptical voters the president deserves another four years.

Which is really not much more than a regurgitation of Obama’s first term.  Why did it take them so long to do what all incumbents normally do up front, which is to explain why they want a second term at all?

According to Politico’s Glenn Thrush, Obama didn’t see a need to do it while his campaign was making Romney “squirm” under the avalanche of personal attacks. Which failed miserably.

Small ball is now all Obama has left, and big bird.

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