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‘Something shifted fundamentally’

“Romney is gaining momentum”,  “Romney is getting the crowds that Obama used to get”, “Romney is seeing massive enthusiastic crowds”, all of this coming from the leftist media. Tomorrow’s debate is “do or die” for Obama according to them as well. WOW, what a change it must be for them after telling us incessantly how great Obama is for the country. It’s finally occurred to the LSM that Obama isn’t looking good for re-election. Tuesday’s debate will be one huge disaster…for Obama. To shore up his unexcited base he will use personal attacks while Romney will talk about jobs and the economy. Character assassination only works when your opponent doesn’t show up, Romney showed up and demolished the image Obama painted.

When it comes to the economy, there are a myriad of examples how the Obama administration has hurt the American people. The only “change” we’ve seen is one of total failure.

Shutting off the water to CA Central Valley which produces at least half the food stuffs Americans consume.

Shutting down half the Alaskan Oil Reserve.

It may be true that a Romney administration would have some difficulty immediately rolling back and negating the avalanche of ideological, intrusive, and expansive regulations borne of President Obama’s environmentalist-laden administration, but this policy of barring access to valuable natural assets is type of thing that a Republican president could remedy pretty darn quickly — putting Americans back to work and creating the affordable energy and economic growth that our country sorely needs.

Green Energy crony capitalism…Green Energy Debacle: Taxpayer Dollars Into Pockets of Obama Donors

As shocked as ABC seems by this story, I—along with other free enterprise advocates—hardly find it to be a revelation. In fact, back on November 2, I testified before the House Oversight Subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs, Stimulus Oversight and Government Spending that this Administration’s “green energy” plan was a way for the President to dole out billions of taxpayer dollars to help pay back his political friends.

Others agreed. Including Peter Schweizer, whose book Throw Them All Out detailed how the Department of Energy accepted loan-guarantee programs to energy companies “run by or primarily owned by Obama financial backers.”

and this…

State Department officials suspected that two Libyan guards hired by its own security contractor were behind an April incident in which a homemade bomb was hurled over the wall of the special mission in Benghazi, according to official emails obtained by Reuters…

The April attack illustrated concerns among some U.S. officials in Libya that hiring local residents for embassy guard duties could in itself raise security issues.

The emails identified one of the suspects in that incident as a former employee of Blue Mountain Group who had been fired four days earlier for vandalism, and said the other was still working for the company. Both were unarmed guards who performed routine security tasks, such as screening visitors.

Hillary tossed herself under the bus today for Obama. “I take full responsibility” for Benghazi, she stated. Going the full measure for the Party. What a hack she’s turned out to be. Since Susan Rice was appointed US Ambassador to the UN by Obama, I doubt very much Clinton told her to go out and lie for the Administration.  Lies built on lies is all this Administration has brought us. Sooo….we can all shut up now….got that?

MO was at Tri-C in Cleveland.

debate open thread…

Romney/Ryan 2012


  1. Obama: ‘We Got Back Every Dime’ of Bailout; CBO: Bailout Will Lose $24 Billion.
    More lies from Obama….. he has got to go!

  2. MO has legs as big as tree trunks… really she does.

    • and Her usual dirty and greasy wig plopped on Her head–looks like its slipping off & wouldn’t THAT be funny!!!

      • Yes, LOL 😀

  3. Obama wants to make everyone equally poor. You have to create wealth before you can redistribute it.

    Read more:

  4. Threats of riots if BO isn’t re-elected? What a bunch of losers.

    • srdem65

      I just can’t see any riots happening in Arizona, Wyoming, Iowa, Oklahoma and the rest of the fly-over states. If there are riots, they’ll happen in the inner cities where the police will crack some heads, taze a bunch of slackers, and then it’ll be over,.
      So, I say, go ahead and riot. How childish, they might as well theaten to hold their breath like a bratty 5yr old.

      • YEP, then the police will be called ‘racist’ even if they are black themselves….

    • and if there are riots, the participants will trash the stores , banks etc. . in their own neighborhoods creating more “food deserts” there.

      • exactly right!

    • The Original

      There won’t be any riots where I live. I live in one of those places that places BO would describe as “Bible and gun clingers”.

  5. where does the buck actually stop? covering for the POTUS

    Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama: You don’t get what it takes to be an effective President. … The nation’s faltering economy was the backdrop yesterday in the Democrats’ clash over what the presidency entails. “I know that we can get on top of this, but it’s going to require strong presidential leadership – it’s going to require a President who knows from day one you have to run a government and manage the economy,” she said. “The buck stops in the Oval Office.”

    The quotation is particularly interesting now, since Clinton said Monday evening that the “buck stops with her” in regard to the terrorist attack last month in Benghazi, Libya.

    • srdem65

      IMO, not only will it not be believed but it will come back to smear MrO as hiding behind a strong woman and not taking responsibility. Being President is hard, he gets to take credit for the good that others do, but he also has to take the blame when things go wrong.

      Should such an event happen under MrRomney’s watch, I can see him announcing at a press conference that he takes all responsiblity, will get the bottom, right the wrong and keep the public informed of what really happened. MrRomney is a stand-up guy.

      • those skirts have always come in handy …..for cowards

  6. conner43

    Lynn.. It seems clear that Moo wants the faithful to vote Before tonight’s debate, there may be one or two literate people in that crowd..
    Clinton can take ‘responsibility’ til the cows come home, four people are still dead and tossing the ball to ‘security’ people proves nothing. Susan Rice is the more interesting character, will she ‘fess up about who started the video story, or will we see her flipping burgers in Vienna Va. ?
    P.s. The sweater that Moo is wearing cost more that many of the Bots make in a month. Always keepin’ it real, that’s our girl.

    • srdem65

      You’re probably right, but more than that she wants them to actually VOTE because they know that their base won’t vote for MrRomney so they don’t want to vote at all.
      The Black community is ticked off at what they see as a betrayal and indifference to the plight by Obama and believe they’ll get better treatment from a White President.
      IMO, anyway.

    • Tri-C Metro campus is mostly minority….mostly urban…and very very liberal.
      Like everyone else in this corrupt administration, not one thing will happen to Rice…Holder et al are still there. You have to know Rice did Obama’s bidding.

  7. Our Fearless Misleader……

    […]If the Pentagon knew on “Day One” that the attacks were planned, why was U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice still denying this four days later?

    If counterterrorism officials had determined that the killings were the result of a terrorist attack, why did State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland refuse to acknowledge that during her briefing on September 17?

    If intelligence officials knew on September 11 that the attack took place that day for a reason, why did White House press secretary Jay Carney still pretend otherwise eight days later?

    Some of the misleading information provided to the public could not possibly have been a result of incomplete or evolving intelligence. The information about security for the ambassador and the compound, for instance, would have been readily available to administration officials from the beginning. And yet when Susan Rice appeared on five political talk shows on September 16, she erroneously claimed that the two ex-Navy SEALs killed in the attack were, along with several colleagues, providing security. They were not. Why did she say this?[…]

  8. Senator Coburn releases his Waste Book 2012…

    “Our next question to Coburn was is there a solution to this? “It has to be about the country and its future not about the politicians” Coburn began.
    “If you want to change Washington you have to change who’s there.””

  9. Another green investment…..another bankruptcy…same story, different company, another day of loss for the taxpayers ($249 million)

  10. Sorry for not posting as much as I should, but, there is really not much as far as the news (Benghazi everyday stuff)…and…’s ‘INDIAN SUMMER’ here ….it’s just too glorious outside for words!! Autumn Purple, Golden Oaks, and Maples are blazing with color…72-75 degrees and sun….I love Autumn. LOL 😀

    • Annie's Mom

      No problemo…just enoy it while you can…we all know what’s ahead!

  11. Back to sampling D+9 in the WaPO/ABC polls….Dudes, just because you say something doesn’t mean it’s true….only sampled 15% Indies….guffaws all around

  12. srdem65

    It’s getting closer to debate time and I’m on pins and needles. It’s almost like one of my children will be “competing” and I have my fingers crossed, can’t catch my breath.
    This election means so much to all of us, is so important, we can’t allow mrRomney to fail.

    I’m sure both candidates are feeling the same, so much is riding on tonight’s results.

    • Annie's Mom

      I’m right there with you…pins and needles. Whew!

    • Oh my gosh, pins and needles is right. Had to get out and move around to expend some pent up energy. I think Romney’s ready no matter what comes up.

  13. Meet all of you back here after the debate…

  14. Waiting for 2012

    I think Mitt won the debate. I loved that he brought up Fast and Furious, Libya, and the real jobless rate.

    • Annie's Mom

      I do too, butt I’m worried about what everyone else thinks…

      • Carole

        I am worried also Annie’s Mom. The moderator interferred about Barry’s response that he stood in the rose garden the next day and said it was a terrorist attack. I think Romney probably would have jumped right into action and disagreed with Barry.

        My hubby and I have sent in our absentee ballots and we did not vote for one Democrat, nor did we vote yes on Govenor Brown’s initiative to increase our taxes to help pay for his train to no where and bail schools out. I know I am a teacher, butt very little of the tax increase would be for student services or students in general.

        • Francine

          Just came out that Candy Crowley admits Mitt was right. Too bad she didn’t keep her big mouth shut during the debate. She was stuttering and stammering and didn’t make sense.

    • Oh yes, he did! Favorite line from the debate….”It doesn’t have to be this way”

  15. Whoa….that was a real heavy weight fight….Romney got under BO’s skin a bunch of times and it showed all over his face.

  16. Francine

    Dick Morris says Romney won and the polls will show it.

  17. Francine

    Krauthammer feels Obama got more points because Mitt wasn’t able to articulate much when Obama lied about Libya.

  18. Francine

    Focus group on Fox all feel Obama performed poorly.

    • Francine

      These are people who voted Obama 2008. Liked that Romney said “we don’t have to settle”.

      • and most will vote for Mitt this time…YES!! 😀

  19. Francine

    Romney had a complete plan laid out, Obama had nothing but his lousy record from the past four years. And what was that crap about the recession in 2008 causing low gas prices?? I was in California yesterday and paid $4.80/gallon. Asked a local who was also filling up how long it has been over $4 and he pulled a record book from his truck and said it has been over two months.

    • Carole

      Obutt lied his heart out tonight. It was all rhetoric and glossed over facts and lies. The lie about oil and drilling, his false employment numbers, Libya and his facts about Romney’s policies. Obutt stood there and lied, even after a new article came out and declared that he used a dead infant girl’s birth certificate number to create a fake certificate. So now we have a president who has a fake birth certificate number, a fake SS# from Connecticut, a fake marriage,fake christian religion, and a very fake smile. He pranced on stage like he was the hottest person since Elvis. He was all rhetoric and no substance!!!!!!!

      Oh, and did you catch his Islamic ring that he has worn before and after marrying Moo? Yeah right! He is a christian who just happens to face east on his prayer rug to honor Allah. What a phony!!!

  20. srdem65

    MrRomney proposed a plan, MrObama attacked it.

    On the whole, I was very uncomfortable watching this debate style; I was afraid they were going to come to blows with their microphones at any time. I thought MrR was calm and focused and MrO was on the defensive and his voice kept getting higher.

    I expect our candidates to be gentlemen, to allow the other to speak, then when it’s their turn to refute or whatever. Candy-dandy was not fair and she lost control of the debate over and over.
    The AK-47 question was a plant from the lefties who want to take guns away from us and to give MrO a chance to slam MrR with the endorsement of the NRA. Nobody in America is worried about gun laws except the lefties, they want us unprotected, weak and under their control. Scary.

    I loved MrR’s final comments about his love of country, God and all of us. I already knew that, but it was so nice to hear him say it. I don’t know if MrR can do all he wants when he’s elected, but I know in my heart that he will give it his all, he will keep trying to bring sanity back to our country.

    • He loves us…he really does…Romney’s a real keeper.

    • Annie's Mom

      I saw a clip about voters and Mitt…something along the lines of…I can’t believe he wants the job, but we are so fortunate that someone of his skills would help us out at this critical time. We are so very lucky that this man wants to help us.

      • I saw it too. And yes, we are so lucky he wants to help us. But, Romney really loves us and BO loves what the job gives him. Big difference.
        They’ve turned Our House into party central, both BO and MO have been too greedy and selfish, and used the power of the Presidency to try and destroy our sovereignty. We don’t need the UN deciding which part of our Constitution is legitimate. BO bows to those creeps at every turn.

  21. conner43

    Not only is he a keeper, he’s an honorable keeper. Honor is in scarce supply these days, which explains a lot, when you think about it.

    • Bringing honor and dignity back to the Presidency. As Romney has surged in the polls, more are paying attention. The left has no idea how many of us registered still as Dems are going to vote for Romney. He didn’t cheat, lie and steal his way to the top, Romney earned it. We are so lucky he wants to be President and help this country out of this mess. Hopefully honor will make a comeback in DC too. We deserve better then what the left is doing to us, much much better.

  22. Carole

    Just some new update on Obutts birth certificate. Gee I wish someone could actually prove what the article is stating and we could finally rid ourselves of the fake president.

  23. He may not have been able to articulate well about Libya and F&F, but he brought the subject up, and that’s all that mattered. I’m the only one that actually follows politics in my family, and began to get questions from my Dem family about those subjects. I had to explain F&F, many of them had never heard of it. Some of them txtd. My thumbs are tired.

    This is how you get a Dem President, uninformed people believing what they are told by Big Brother and his Holding Company, the media. Some didn’t even know the WH had even blamed the Libyan attack on a video, they dismissed the attack as “Those people will do anything. Hell, they kill each other over there.”
    I had to explain the attack, explain the video, then explain the timeline of the WH announcing it as a terrorist act, then what it meant in the debate tonight. Imagine the time I had in teaching them about F&F. “It’s kinda like… Watergate, only this time, there’s dead people.” To have to go through all the intricacies of this debacle wore me out.
    I feel that Romney didn’t win on debate points, but he did win by sowing seeds of doubt as to Obama’s perfection in the eyes of the uniformed.

    • He stunned BO…he’s not used to that sort of pushback from anyone. BO did the laughing- smirky-thing too…Romney did get under his skin and it showed. Romney kept laying out his plan, BO just attacked. Romney did not back down from his facts no matter how much BO played the intimidation game.
      As for your sore thumbs, it had to be worth it to get your Dem family members to think about who they were voting for. 🙂 Hopefully they will learn to pay more attention to what goes on.

  24. Waiting for 2012

    Hubby doesn’t think Mitt won, though he keeps saying that Mitt didn’t lose the debate. I disagree. If you judge a the debate on content and subtance, which is what think is the point of a debate, Mitt won, hands-down. He forced Bamster to deal with the unemployment figures, Fast and Furious, and Libya in public, in front of millions of people.

    • Romney stood his ground and kept talking about ‘his’ plan. He did keep BO on the defensive especially about unemployment numbers, jobs, loss of wealth in the middle classes. He held his own. Obama looked stunned when he brought up Libya and Fast and Furious.
      He didn’t have to win the debate, he had to reach voters sitting on the fence, he did that.
      I loved it when BO came at him his chin jutted out and he stood his ground. BO tried to intimidate Romney, didn’t work. 😀

  25. NO ego there…. LOL 😀 HAHAHAHAHAHA
    “You know, Barack doesn’t have a big ego,” Michelle Obama said in an excerpt from an interview with CNN that aired Tuesday.”

  26. Listening to the radio…Jawdropping how many people are not happy with BO…call ins are not happy with BO’s tax hike or not permitting…most are talking about Benghazi and know BO lied about it. They are furious.

  27. Best analysis of the debate…in spite of Candy Crowley, Romney made his best point in the debate on the record of Obama. In spite of the LSM, voters are moving to Romney. They don’t trust the ‘media’ anymore. I haven’t trusted them for years….

  28. MO broke the rules of last nights debate…she led the applause that broke out when Crowley sided with BO on Beghazi-gate. I guess rules and laws don’t apply to either one of the entitled couple…

  29. Nice look for Anne…MO trying to channel Jackie O …both wore pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month…..MO’s got her pearls on {{{snicker}}}

  30. I couldn’t stand the way O kept interrupting Romney. It was so rude, and at one time, it seemed like O wanted to stay on time rather than answer questions. I also hated the way Crowley treated Romney. I thought Romney did a great job of keeping his composure, and he was a gentleman in that he let zero speak and didn’t interrupt him. But for the most part, I did not enjoy this debate at all. To rude and immature. Junior high school kids are more polite and respectful. On a different note, both Anne and MO looked lovely in the pink dresses they wore. Excellent choice of color for both ladies, and they style (from what I saw) seemed to fit both in a very flattering way. Really beautiful shade of pink.

  31. Francine

    This was so beautifully done and said by Mitt that I think it deserves a repeat performance here.
    The highlight of the debate was Romney’s thorough, two-minute dismantling of the Obama record on the economy after Obama gave a tepid defense of his awful record. Never has the case against Obama been made so eloquently:
    I think you know better. I think you know that these last four years haven’t been so good as the president just described and that you don’t feel like you’re confident that the next four years are going to be much better either. I can tell you that if you were to elect President Obama, you know what you’re going to get. You’re going to get a repeat of the last four years. We just can’t afford four more years like the last four years.
    He said that by now we’d have unemployment at 5.4 percent. The difference between where it is and 5.4 percent is 9 million Americans without work. I wasn’t the one that said 5.4 percent. This was the president’s plan. Didn’t get there.
    He said he would have by now put forward a plan to reform Medicare and Social Security, because he pointed out they’re on the road to bankruptcy. He would reform them. He’d get that done. He hasn’t even made a proposal on either one.
    He said in his first year he’d put out an immigration plan that would deal with our immigration challenges. Didn’t even file it.
    This is a president who has not been able to do what he said he’d do. He said that he’d cut in half the deficit. He hasn’t done that either. In fact, he doubled it. He said that by now middle-income families would have a reduction in their health insurance premiums by $2,500 a year. It’s gone up by $2,500 a year. And if Obamacare is passed, or implemented — it’s already been passed — if it’s implemented fully, it’ll be another $2,500 on top.
    The middle class is getting crushed under the policies of a president who has not understood what it takes to get the economy working again. He keeps saying, “Look, I’ve created 5 million jobs.” That’s after losing 5 million jobs. The entire record is such that the unemployment has not been reduced in this country. The unemployment, the number of people who are still looking for work, is still 23 million Americans. There are more people in poverty, one out of six people in poverty.
    How about food stamps? When he took office, 32 million people were on food stamps. Today, 47 million people are on food stamps. How about the growth of the economy? It’s growing more slowly this year than last year, and more slowly last year than the year before.
    The president wants to do well. I understand. But the policies he’s put in place from Obamacare to Dodd-Frank to his tax policies to his regulatory policies, these policies combined have not let this economy take off and grow like it could have.
    You might say, “Well, you got an example of one that worked better?” Yeah, in the Reagan recession where unemployment hit 10.8 percent, between that period — the end of that recession and the equivalent of time to today, Ronald Reagan’s recovery created twice as many jobs as this president’s recovery. Five million jobs doesn’t even keep up with our population growth. And the only reason the unemployment rate seems a little lower today is because of all the people that have dropped out of the workforce.
    The president has tried, but his policies haven’t worked. He’s great as a — as a — as a speaker and describing his plans and his vision. That’s wonderful, except we have a record to look at. And that record shows he just hasn’t been able to cut the deficit, to put in place reforms for Medicare and Social Security to preserve them, to get us the rising incomes we need. Median income is down $4,300 a family and 23 million Americans out of work. That’s what this election is about. It’s about who can get the middle class in this country a bright and prosperous future and assure our kids the kind of hope and optimism they deserve.

    This is the sort of monologue that gets people elected. Blaming your predecessor, channeling Occupy Wall Street, and whining about Mitt Romney’s specificity on tax deductions does not.

    • OUTSTANDING!! I loved when Romney said that last night. Thanks for posting the transcript. He said everything so eloquently, so perfectly, and there wasn’t a damn thing that zero could do about it. Facts are facts. They try to lie and spin, but as they say, the truth hurts. And the more that normal people see the truth, the more they should not want to vote for zero but for Romney.

      • The truth will set BO free…….to move to Hawaii, start his library, play golf, and MO will get her wish too! 😀 Sounds good doesn’t it 😀

  32. Francine

    By scoring big on the economy, gas prices, and Libya, Romney continued his victorious string of debate wins. He looked more presidential than Obama did and showed himself to be an articulate, capable, attractive, compassionate leader with sound ideas.
    Obama came over as boorish and Biden-esque. He did not learn from his Vice President’s mistakes. When a president gets into a bar room brawl, he loses his dignity and his aura, key assets for an incumbent. Romney was polite but firm. Obama seemed quarrelsome, frustrated, nasty, and cranky.
    But the key reason for the Romney win was substantive:
    1. Romney made very clear the case against Obama’s economic record and Obama’s rebuttal about 5 million jobs was pathetic.
    2. Romney injected the China issue, big time, and tapped into a strong public sentiment on the issue.
    3. Romney made the effective case that Obama is anti-oil, coal, and gas and that this has doubled gas prices.
    4. Romney was very effective in differentiating himself from Bush-43 and in establishing that, unlike the GOP of the past, he was for small businesses not big businesses
    5. Romney rebutted the attacks on him over Chinese investments.
    6. Romney explained his tax plan well and to everyone’s satisfaction.
    7. Obama erred in trying to make us believe that he always felt Libya was a terror attack. We all heard him blame the movie.
    Obama scored points over the 47% statement by Romney, immigration, and by his response to the accusation that he went to Vegas after the murder of the Ambassador.
    But this debate goes to Romney. It seals his momentum and will lead to a big win.

    • YEP, Romney will win this…no matter how the left spins anything…

  33. I love me some John Sununu….LOL 😀
    “At the conclusion of their lengthy Starting Point segment about Tuesday’s presidential debate, O’Brien thanked her guest for coming with Sununu responding, “It’s always good to come on the groupie channel”

  34. HAH! Obama camp at the door again…told them I would rather be locked up in Gitmo then vote for the asshat….

    • Carole

      Love it Lynn II!!!

  35. Oh look at this $ 300 million for infrastructure projects…that Obama is such a great guy. /s

    “Up to $300 million in additional federally funded infrastructure projects have been approved by the Obama Administration across the republic—the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, that is.

    Obama through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) last week revealed that the Pakistan Infrastructure Program Management Services program over the next five years will dole out awards for various projects each valued in the $5-$50 million range.”

  36. Sneaky, lying f***er….

    Wemple does acknowledge that the President never answered Ladka’s actual question, which was “Who was it that denied enhanced security (at Benghazi) and why?”

    But catch what Ladka claims took place after the debate (links are in the original; bolds are mine):

    Kerry Ladka stood before President Obama at last night’s town hall-style debate and asked the question that would touch off an onstage verbal brawl and, later, an intense national discussion.

    … Was Ladka satisfied with how the president responded? Simply no. “I really didn’t think he totally answered the question satisfactorily as far as I was concerned,” Ladka tells the Erik Wemple Blog.

    … President Obama, though, wasn’t done with Kerry Ladka. “After the debate, the president came over to me and spent about two minutes with me privately,” says the 61-year-old Ladka, who works at Global Telecom Supply in Mineola, N.Y. According to Ladka, Obama gave him ”more information about why he delayed calling the attack a terorist attack.” For background, Obama did apparently lump Benghazi into a reference to “acts of terror” in a Sept. 12 Rose Garden address. However, he spent about two weeks holding off on using the full “terrorist” designation. The rationale for the delay, Obama explained to Ladka, was to make sure that the “intelligence he was acting on was real intelligence and not disinformation,” recalls Ladka.

    So, lefties in the media and elsewhere: What about Obama’s admission to his questioner that, in the questioner’s words, “he delayed calling the attack a terrorist attack,” don’t you understand?

  37. Someone tried to bomb the NYC Federal Reserve Building…breaking news. He’s a jihadist from Bangladesh…Oh my,

    • Annie's Mom

      Listening to that now…wow, pretty scary!

  38. MO won’t be “partying hard” in Big White…
    […]”After hearing my husband talk about his values and his vision at the debate last night, I’m pretty fired up,” she said.
    “Let me tell you, I am so glad last night was such an awesome, awesome event,” she said. She mention her recent anniversary on Oct 3, the night of first debate.

    “We got a quick little dinner. That’s about it,” she said. “But it’s okay. On Nov. 7 we’re going to party hard.”[…]

  39. Carole

    I hope Moo and Barry party themselves right out of the White House and down the road to Hawaii or sewers of southside Chicago.

  40. Francine

    Very good read from Rush about the post debate polls:

  41. Waiting for 2012

    Love cats? Love Mitt? Then’s here’s a cute political button for you (on eBay–hubby wants to get it for me):

    Kinda silly, but I couldn’t resist!

    • Annie's Mom

      I do have a kitteh, but I’m more of a dog person. I personally liked “Mutts for Mitt…Better in the crate than on the plate”. 🙂

      • Waiting for 2012

        I thought about buying the dog button, too!

      • srdem65

        I love it!. I’m not partial to one or the other, usually have both at the same time.

        OT: not much in love with caged birds or turtles in small glass jars, though. Had them too…kids, you know. Don’t get me started on gold fish, or big aquariaums.

  42. Lynn II, please check out Ulsterman. There are impending reports about the o admin setting up to bomb Libya to “get” the Bengazi perpetrators, all in time before Monday’s debate. I smell a set up/false flag. So much fishy stuff is going on right now. I honestly don’t think it will help the admin at all. I think too many people are on to the lies and manipulations to this admin. On a separate note, I just mailed in my ballot! I am so happy to have voted to change history from this abysmal diabolical pRes to a true patriotic President.

    • srdem65

      Americans are sick of war, of bombs and drones. We’re beyond heartbreak for the soldiers who come home in caskets or broken or missing limbs. We don’t want to fight if we don’t allow our people to actually win.
      If we had an honest poll, most people would say ‘pull all our people out of the Middle East’ and bring everyone home. Let them kill each other and we’ll only look out for Israel.

    • The Libyan government has refused Obama permission to use armed drones or any other military interference. Their position is one of not wanting to rile up the natives (read Islamists) when the government is in its infancy.

      • Thank goodness. The last thing we need is for o to drone or bomb the “perpetrator” w/o the right evidence or to fail to bring them to justice. I am so sick of the lies and the stupid political games this admin plays to keep power. I agree w/ SrDem. I think we are all tired of war and seeing our brave troops get killed or maimed by these animals, and for what purpose? I hope that NOTHING happens before Monday. No false flag, no “surprise”, nothing. The deception and maliciousness this admin has is purely disgusting.

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