Posts Tagged ‘Video’
I’m depressed. I can’t lie. The results of the election is a punch in my gut that isn’t going away. So rather than post a long diatribe about that, here’s something more forward looking. The diatribe may come later.
For now, here’s Bill Whittle with an interesting take on where we are and proposition moving forward, laid out in the latest Stratosphere Lounge.
Benghazi clear as mud? – Spellchek
Romney Responds to Obama’s ‘Revenge’ with ‘Love’ – Breitbart
Romney’s powerful new ad:
Conservative Bloggers Unite To Defeat Obama – KS Chimes in.
Gov. Rick Perry rocks Friendswood for Randy Weber – Chron blog
Right Jabs For November 3, 2012 – More links from Political Clown Parade
Frank Marshall Davis And Obama – TCotS
Obama: “Ich Bin Ein Bullslinger!” – CHWaCD
It’s Saturday… – Adrienne has more worthy links
Vote wisely, my friends.
There are many others but these are the highlights:
Hippocrates vs Plato
Individual Sovereignty vs Statism
American Citizen vs Obamacare
The term “workplace violence” is still used to describe the Fort Hood terrorist attack.
If the current administration refuses to acknowledge obvious acts of terrorism, how can they be trusted with foreign affairs?
Reminder: Early voting starts today in Texas.
It was clear the Vice President Biden’s only preparation for the debate last night was to bone up on more lies and misdirection, that and possibly a bit of laughing gas.
As I said last night on twitter, Joe Biden is one heartbeat away from the Presidency. That alone should be enough motivation to vote for Romney and Ryan.
As it stands, I think Paul Ryan held his own while debating both Biden and the moderator.
For a list of Biden’s lies, see: VP Joe Biden Caught Lying in Debate – The Short List
So good, you want to see it again.
Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan responds to the fact checkers in an unaired interview after his RNC speech.
Senator Rand Paul delivered arguments to put restrictions and conditions on monetary aid to foreign countries moments before the Senate voted to continue those same policies without any restrictions.
Brevard Times has more along with the vote tally:
Sen. Paul’s bill, S. 3576, called for a prohibition of U.S. aid funds to the governments of Egypt, Libya and Pakistan contingent upon the release to U.S. authorities the aggressors who attacked our embassy and consulate in Egypt and Libya, respectively, and the release of Dr. Shakil Afridi, currently held by the Pakistani government.
“In no way should the United States government be sending money to governments who are not our ally, who blatantly do not respect our country, and who work to compromise the safety of our allies and citizens abroad. I am pleased that the Senate leadership has listened to my pleas for an end to this and have agreed to debate and vote on this pressing issue,” Sen. Paul said.
Senators Bill Nelson (D-FL) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) both voted for continued foreign aid to those mid-east countries. The total U.S. foreign aid given to Pakistan, Libya and Egypt equals roughly $4 billion per year.