Presidential Debate Analysis
Romney/Ryan Run the Bases ~ Terrell AronSpeer
President Obama and Republican Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney met Monday evening at 8PM CST at Lynn University in Boca Raton Florida for the third and final Presidential debate of the 2012 campaign season. The debate was moderated by CBS’s Bob Schieffer, who, while not a stellar debate moderator, was the best of the 2012 election season; competition was not stiff. Those of you who engaged in a drinking game where you took a drink each time the Narcissist in Chief, our President, used a first person singular pronoun will have missed almost the entire debate. Allow me to bring you up to date. Read More
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Romney/Ryan 2012 - Code Red USA
As you well know, this upcoming election is the most important of our lifetime. Voters across the nation face a stark choice between two competing visions for our nation’s future – and the stakes couldn’t be higher. The outcome of this election will decide whether we will embark on the course of statism and dependence espoused by President Obama and the Democratic Party or a conservative vision of limited government and prosperity. In this critical time, we must work to ensure a conservative victory in November – winning the White House, as well as the Senate and House of Representatives. Read more on Romney/Ryan 2012 ~ Code Red USA
Million Muppet March ~ An Example of How the Liberal Media Spins the News
~ Lee Cary
An October 12, 2012, a Reuters(Canada) article, linked on the DRUDGE REPORT, illustrated how the old liberal media spins the news by reporting less than the whole truth.
The article is entitled “‘Million Muppet March’ planned to defend U.S. backing for PBS”.
Here’s the key, though incomplete, information in the piece:
“Plans to save Big Bird, the fuzzy yellow character on U.S. public television’s ‘Sesame Street,’ from possible extinction are taking shape in the form of a puppet-based protest next month dubbed the ‘Million Muppet March’.
The demonstration is planned for November 3 at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., three days before the general election.”
Now for the untold rest of the story. Million Muppet March ~ An Example of How the Liberal Media Spins the News
GOP Congressman Supports "Adequate" Money for Big Bird
Follow up piece on the Million Muppet March by Lee Cary
It’s time we turn Bird free and let him fly on his own. Idaho Republican Congressman Mike Simpson doesn’t seem to agree with that.
Bird is at that stage in his life where he can feed himself. So let’s parole him from his federal money cage, where he’s a partial slave to taxpayers, and set him free.
Sure, it’s a silly Presidential campaign issue – federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcast (CPB) That's why this is called the "Silly Season".
Sure, it's not a lot of money – about half-a-billion – out of a bloated multi-trillion dollar federal budget. But a half-billion here, a half-billion there, and pretty soon we're talking a trillion.
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Alabama's Forever Wild and Agenda 21
by Frank Dillman
Elected officials come and go. However Constitutional Amendments (CA) are evermore, unless repealed by the same balloting process, seldom with a kept sunset provision. Therefore, understanding the provisions effected by a connected arrow for a CA on the ballot is very important. On November 6’s ballot the first of eleven proposed CA’s, re-instating Forever Wild funding for another 20 years, will permit voters the opportunity to speak of their desire for smaller and more fiscally responsive government or a upwards to a $300 million bigger government.
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