Friday, March 30, 2012

Zero Votes

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

They’re Here!


Saturday I went to a popular restaurant in our county where we were holding a Republican social event.  Imagine my surprise to walk out of the door and find a MoveOn.org worker with a table set up conducting voter registration.  

If there was ever any doubt about how this election will go down, the appearance of MoveOn.org workers in our neighborhoods proves that we are for a long and vicious fight.  These paid Obama Zombies are working right now while we are still distracted by primaries. 

It is never too early to get engaged in your local Republican Party or if you prefer a Republican’s campaign.  No matter what you think of the potential Presidential nominee, your Congress or Senate candidate can use your help now.   

As I’ve said before – if you don’t walk your neighborhood, don’t worry – MoveOn.Org has you covered.  You won’t like the result, but they have a vested interest in keeping a guy in office that wants your money and your freedom. 

Saturday, March 3, 2012

100 Fundraisers Later, What Did Obama Forget?

Good companion to my post from yesterday:

Friday, March 2, 2012

Fund Razing

From Today's The Washington Times; Inside the Beltway:  Fund Razing

"President Obama has just hosted his 100th fundraiser in less than a year, according to a count by the ever-vigilant Republican National Committee, which has tracked the phenomenon across multiple news reports. The committee has done all the math to reveal that if Mr. Obama spends an average of two hours at each event, that equals 200 hours — or “five work weeks”.

The committee also notes certain events have not reached the 100 mark during the same time period, pointing out the president made 55 speeches on the economy, met 25 times with secretaries of defense Leon E. Panetta or Robert M. Gates, and held 22 meetings each with Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Mr. Obama also held 11 town halls and five news conferences, delivered three speeches on energy and three on housing, and held two joint White House meetings with Congressional leaders of both parties. Oh, and there were zero meetings with the anti-deficit super committee.

 “While Obama was out on his fundraising blitz, Americans suffered the consequences,” the committee proclaims in retrospect, adding that the unemployment rate has averaged 9.2 percent, and the national debt has increased by $1,194,586,498,473.80 since the president’s fundraising push began."

I guess the rest of us just have to fend for ourselves.