Now, in comparison, Palin kicked Obama right in the family jewels. But this Romney crowd wants to go softly-softly. What a bunch of wimptards.
just watched mr. ryan kill it.
many favorite moments. but college graduates moving back into their old room, staring at fading obama posters, wondering if they will ever get a job/leave home. BRILLIANT VISUAL. he is fantastic.
stick a fork (made in china) in barry. he's done.
I really believe the case against Obama will be pounded tonight with Paul Ryan and tomorrow night with Mitt Romney and then it will be non-stop with the ads and speeches from Friday until election day. The speeches so far have been build ups for tonight and tomorrow night.
Most people aren't watching so far, most alphabet networks aren't showcasing the conventon so far, and therefore most of the speeches go unheard (except on great sites like TRS). Tonight and tomorrow night will start it.
Have faith, Conservatives. We've come a long way, the fight is far from over, and the Tsunami is coming, mark my word. When November 6th arrives, they'll have to call out FEMA just to find Obama buried in the massive swell of votes.
I'm predicting a record turnout and a groundswell of conservative voters that will swamp the fradulent votes, the liberal votes, and any foreign countries Obama wants to bring in to help him.
This will be the smallest percentage of non-voting people that this country has ever seen (2008 saw 34% not voting and that was supposed to be a great turnout. Wait till November and see the records we set (2010, the Wisconsin recall, and the Republican primaries were just a hint of what's to come in just 68 days).
We're just getting started.
Sorry Mark but Reagan was the first TRUE Conservative and it takes a Conservative to beat a liberal. Repugnantcans haven't got the stomach for it.
But... but... the GOP says dear leader's a nice guy. Why would they do like Reagan, and why would they feel the need to pound dear leader's commie record?
More things about obama's record
Obama’s Sneaky, Deadly, Costly Car Tax http://michellemalkin.com/
By Michelle Malkin • August 29, 2012 09:17 AM
My column today looks at the latest radical maneuver by the Obama administration — slipped through yesterday while much of the media’s attention was on Hurricane Isaac and the RNC convention. GOP leaders of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee issued a related statement today on the flawed, rushed rules that were cooked up in secret.
“The rule finalized today by the Obama Administration will hurt American consumers by forcing them to drive more expensive and less safe automobiles. The Administration drafted these standards in secret, strong-arming automakers and short-circuiting the deliberative regulatory process to achieve a purely political result, abandoning sound science and objectivity to appease its political allies in the extreme environmentalist lobby,” Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif, said in a statement on the oversight panel’s website. “I support the goal of higher fuel efficiency, but this rule will only add to the burdens American small businesses and middle class families face under the heavy hand of the Obama Administration.”
Remember in November.
mark is right, we did have some good speeches, the keynote was a huge disappointment, christie talking about himself instead of going after obama. santorum did bring up obama, hopefully ryans speech tonite be better.
It's amazing that this even needs to be said. I wouldn't doubt if we aren't saying the same thing the night before the election, with the exception that by then we will have uprooted every hair on our heads for the frustration. RINOs don't know how to fight. Look at who they are leading with tonight. Mitch McCaonnell. Good grief.
I concur! Thanks Mark!
Did anyone see this? Fox cancels Palin's interviews? I have seen a lot of people praising Palin's 2008 speech? Pressure for Ryan?
Also, please stop posting this in every thread tonight. You posted this in the Mia Love thread not that long ago. It's off topic and against the rules.
I will leave it, but this is your spot. Please honor the comment policy.
Foxnews went with this excuse.
statement from Bill Shine, Fox News’ EVP of Programming.
“Our plans changed based on the fact that the RNC condensed the schedule of speeches from four nights to three. We look forward to having Governor Palin back as soon as we can.”