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Obama’s unpresidential “horses and bayonets” comment

Obama: “But I think Governor Romney maybe hasn’t spent enough time looking at how our military works. You mentioned the Navy, for example, and that we have fewer ships than we did in 1916. Well, 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.

Punk.

Posted:  10.23.12 A. D. @ 7:29 a.m.

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Obama supporters threaten Romney on Twitter

Take a look at the unhinged obama base.  Haters.

http://twitchy.com/2012/10/17/post-presidential-debate-obama-supporters-renew-vows-to-murder-mitt-romney/

Posted:  10.17.12 A. D. @ 1:20 p.m.

 

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Candy won the debate

CNN poll showed that obama won by 46 obama/39 Romney.  But on substance and issues, Romney was a clear winner.

Who would better handle the economy:  58 Romney/obama 40

Who would better handle healthcare:  49 Romney/obama 46

Who would better handle taxes:  51 Romney/obama 44

Who would better handle deficit:  50 Romney/obama 36

The whole town hall setting seemed like a grand production to me.  The audience was not undecided but on the obama’s side, as evidenced by the applause when Candy threw her considerable weight around trying to help the president.  The crowd was cold, almost hostile to Romney. This kind of town hall set up has been done before by obama, with liberal plants asking the questions.  It came across as staged and we know the questions were prescreened and preselected by Candy.

In the end, unlike the first debaate, obama got out all the usual talking points but a couple of important questions remain unanswered:

1.  Does he agree with Chu that he wants energy prices to skyrocket.

2.  How many drilling permits has he cut.

3.  Why did he say the attack in Libya was the result of a video for at least two weeks, even  saying so before the United Nations 14 days later.

4.  Why were the Americans at the consulate in Libya left with zero secuirty in spite of begging for protection.

Candy tried.  Her career as a journalist should be over as she was almost out of breath trying to knock Romney off his game.  But then it was known  beforehand that she was and is an advocate for obama.

At one point, when she was interrupting Gov. Romney, Candy said “they will run me out of town….”  Now, who would run her out of town if she did not make sure Romney did not “get away” with anything?

Why do the republicans agree to all these liberal moderators?  I’d like to see Mark Levin moderate a debate.

Posted:  10.17.12 A. D. @ 8:05 a.m.

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Gallup poll on who won debate: Romney 72% – Obama 20%

Mitt Romney won the first presidential debate  by a whopping 52-point margin according to Gallup – the most resounding margin  since the polling giant began tracking debates 20 years ago.

The stunning judgement on the debate came as  a bombshell Pew national poll put Romney four points ahead of President Barack  Obama by 49 to 45 points – a huge swing of 12 points from mid-September, when  Pew found Obama leading by 51 to 43 points.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2214753/Mitt-Romneys-52-point-debate-victory-Obama-biggest-Gallup-poll-history.html#ixzz28kpGqj00 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Posted:  10.08.12 A. D. @ 7:47 p.m.

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Santorum takes Tennessee, Oklahoma, N. Dakota

I thought it was interesting how much Santorum won these states by and I’m not hearing anything about that this morning.  So I am putting up just those percentages for what it’s worth.  I did see where Romney won big in Mass. and Idaho, but just squeaked by in Ohio.   (Karl Rove disappeared about 11 p.m. from Fox when Santorum was ahead by two percentage points.  I said he probably is going to Ohio to get those lost ballots from somebody’s trunk.  :).  He was about to choke when it looked like Santorum might beat his boy Romney. )  And, of course, Gingrich wins big in Georgia with 47% to Romney’s 25%.

Tennessee:  Santorum 37.4% – Romney 28.0 – Gingrich 24.0 – Paul 9.0

Oklahoma:  Santorum  33.8% – Romney 28 – Gingrich 27.5 – Paul 9.6

N. Dakota:  Santorum  39.7 – Paul  28.1% – Romney  23.7 – Gingrich 8.5

More results:  http://www.realclearpolitics.com/elections/live_results/

Posted:  03.07.12 @7:33 a.m.

P.S.:  Dennis Kuchinich was defeated in Ohio.

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Great republican debate from N. H.

I believe it was Ron Paul who said they all pretty much agree on the big issues.  And any one of them would make a thousand times better president than we have now.  I loved it that they were smiling, cordial to one another,  enthusiastic, and took it to Barack Obama.

Bachmann is in!

And thumbs up to Coke and deep dish pizza.

Posted:  06.14.11 @ 6:58 a.m.

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