Posts Tagged ‘Mitt Romney’

Blackout CNN

16Jul12

I’ve been the first to admit I don’t know who I’m voting for in November. While Romney has been saying the right things, I’m not sure he’ll stick to them once he’s in office. I certainly have no plans to vote for President Obama because I think he’ll bankrupt us. There is a viable alternative […]


There’s no good in lobbying people to donate, volunteer, etc. if I don’t do it myself. Hence why I have made donations to Ted Cruz, Joe Walsh, Allen West, Jeff Flake Connie Mack, Richard Mourdock and Wendy Long. I encourage you to do the same, if you so desire. Mitt Romney will have enough cash […]


This has to be one of the funniest and “in your face” interviews I’ve ever seen. I don’t care for “birthers,” but Donald Trump vs. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer was epic. Still, Donald, please stop going crazy over the birth certificate thing. Especially if you’re going to be one of Mitt Romney’s biggest supporters. But I […]


Before his untimely death, Andrew Breitbart promised a “Vetting of the Prez” leading up to the 2012 election. His point was that President Obama was a radical, who wanted to lead the U.S. towards socialism. From his speech (emphasis mine): Barack Obama is a radical and we should not be afraid to say it… And […]


As President Obama supported gay marriage, Mitt Romney made it clear he’s against both gay marriage and civil unions. It’s something he’s said before. CPAC 2012 (key phrase at 13:00): He also has it posted on his website in a section called marriage: The values that Mitt Romney learned in his home have enriched his […]


I don’t know who to vote for this year. Having to decide between Mitt Romney and Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, is going to be extremely tough. I don’t agree with Romney on social policy, and I have serious concerns he’ll abandon the conservatism he supposedly holds dear. With Johnson, I don’t agree with him […]


Politics has always been dirty. If you look back at history, the National Gazette accused George Washington of being a monarch after  his second inauguration. There were also mobs calling for his head in 1794 for staying neutral in one of the many wars between France and England. Both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson wrote […]