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I’m sure many of you remember Calistressthemistress. She is now commenting on this blog but, I have her/him in pending. Only one comment so far. I am leaving this one up to all of you to decide whether to allow comments from this particular person. In the past on Newsbird it was left to the moderator. Now, you get to choose. So, before she is either taken out of pending or sent to spam you get to decide. It’s your blog, it’s your choice. After all, this is a Republic and we all get to vote.
Romney won over the OH focus group. The LSM was so very unhappy, writ large in their whole demeanor. Reality is such a kick in the head for them. Video at the link worth watching. It will make you smile. http://althouse.blogspot.com/2012/10/video-romney-wins-cbs-focus-group-in.html
Some tweets on “horses and bayonets” set BO straight and poked some fun;
“horses and bayonets” is the new “binders”— Matt Mackowiak (@MattMackowiak)
Seeing a lot of outrage from military folks on Obama’s two sequestration jokes, esp. on the bayonets. A lot.— Ellen Carmichael (@ellencarmichael)
Does China sell us bayonets? Because we can cancel that order.— Jeffrey Goldberg (@JeffreyGoldberg)
and thanks to Annies Mom for this; http://www.sgtmacsbar.com/CCTPhotos/Gallery24/HorseSoldiers/HorseSoldiers.html
someone should let Obama know about this monument to the Horse Soldiers of Afghanistan
Sequestration, the future of defense….Obama said “It will not happen”, Plouffe and Axelrod are walking it back to “should not happen”. So, who the hell is the President, Obama or them?
“I think the president declaring it will not happen is critical for the health of the country and our national security, I’m glad to see he’s recognizing that,” said Marion Blakey, president of the Aerospace Industries Association. “What is concerning is that some of his advisers are saying, well, the thought was it should not happen. There’s a big difference between will and should.”
Blakey said it was too soon to tell whether Obama’s statement signaled an actual change of policy, but she said she hoped it did.
“As far as the health of the economy is concerned, [it’s good that he is] putting the power of his office behind overturning a law that should never have been put in place,” she said. “And let’s remember that it was both the administration and the Congress who signed off on this, but administration leadership is critical.”
The latest plea for more cash from the Obama campaign via Gateway Pundit
I don’t want to lose this election.
Not because of what losing would mean for me — Michelle and I will be fine no matter what happens.
But because of what it would mean for our country and middle-class families.
This race is very close.
I’m not willing to watch the progress you and I worked so hard to achieve be undone.
Time is running out to make an impact — please don’t wait any longer. Donate $5 or more today:
I believe in you. If you stick with me, and if we fight harder than ever for the next two weeks, I truly believe we can’t lose.
Gone from “I can’t lose” to “I don’t want to lose”. Isn’t it nice to know BO and MO will be fine when, not if, he loses? Knowing the media darlings will be “fine” is another good reason to vote for Romney.
MOTUS has her take on the debate and as “THEE MIRROR” is her usual sparkly snarky self. Who doesn’t like honest reflections of our pols?
So, Governor Romney’s take away message: “President Obama promised to begin to slow the rise of the oceans and heal the planet. MY promise… is to help you and your family.” And Big Guys: “Make sure you keep those Chinese tires properly inflated, I promise to overrule Congress on sequestration, and let me just remind you that I whacked Osama.”
What a summation of an eventful night!
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