Wednesday, August 29, 2012

You Didn't Get There On Your Own

The liars on the Democratic side are complaining that "You didn't build that" was taken out of context. What follows is the full context of "You didn't build that."


In context, the statement says everything the Republicans claim it said. Everything.  Except the precise quote would be, "If you've been successful, you didn't get there on your own. You didn't get there on your own." 

You see, Barack Obama thinks that government is some sort pf partner in anyone's success.

 I've got news for Barack: Government is an obstacle to business success. The government routinely encourages failure ... unless you have the connections to get a crony capitalism deal from the government.

The Republican focus on "You didn't build that" is entirely fair and fairly encapsulates the Obama message, even if the precise quote should be "If you've been a success, you didn't get there on your own. You didn't get there on your own."

 It means the same thing.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Obama Shows Lack of Class

In presidential campaigns, there is a longstanding courteous tradition of NOT campaigning during the other party's convention. Candidate Obama plans to break that tradition and campaign anyway. It is sad we have a president with such little courtesy or class. Obama. Must. Go. In January.

Obama: Mr. Scam Man

Friday, August 17, 2012

Slimeball of the Day: MSNBC's Toure

The reasons for today's award today are best explained not by me, but by Kira Davis in the following video:

I don't watch MSNBC, and I had never heard of Toure before. Sadly, this got him on my radar screen.
Congratulations to Toure, today's Slimeball of the Day.

Thursday, August 09, 2012

Slimeball of the Day: Bill Burton; Updated with Honorable mention: Stephanie Cutter

Watch for yourself beginning about 3:45 mark and watch Bill Burton.  What a slimeball.


Note that Burton intends a large campaign to play this despicable ad in swing states.

What a bunch of liars the Obama-ites are!

If the Obama campaign does not get distance themselves from that slimeball Bill Burton, shame on them.

Updated Here is the new republican ad calling out Burton's co-slimeball Stephanie Cutter:

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Despicable Obama Ad

The first of many to come, a despicable ad from a despicable campaign suggesting that Mitt Romney is responsible for the death of a women after Bain Capital closed down an unprofitable plant, which actually happened two years after Mitt Romney left the day-to-day operation of Bain.

 Even CNN agrees that it was outrageous. CNN looked into the facts demonstrating that the ad is completely dishonest:


Although the ad was put out be a so-called super-pac, the Obama campaign refuses to disclaim it. IF there is a better word than despicable to describe this ad and the Obama campaign, I'd like to know what it is.

Gender Silliness