Yup, I have a bumper sticker saying just that. I get a lot of thumbs up and positive comments on it. Some creep stole my first so I bought 2 more just in case. So now I've got back up. ANYBODY BUT OBAMA. You gotta get one and watch the fun begin.
My husband has a bumper sticker, actually it measures about 16" by 16". It pictures Holder with the caption "Gun Runner" across the top. He tells me he also gets great feedback on it. It takes up the entire left side area on his truck. It's awsome!
I, for one, CAN NOT WAIT for November!!!
when I can vote the present criminal in the White House and all of his crony czars out of office.
I sure did not like Mitt Romney during the nomination process, but for darn sure.... I will be voting for him.
Oh, I think Obama understands the Constitution very well.....probably more than most Americans. Problem is, he studied it so he could subvert it and destroy it's relevance. There is no doubt in my mind that he did not study it out of love for our nation and our laws. A bank robber does not study the floor plans of a bank because he loves interior design.
During the primary, it was Anyone But Romney for me, (except Huntsman, that guy just looks like a creep and was running in the wrong primary) but now that the primary is over, it's ABO!
I hear ya'. Huntsman made me kinda uneasy also. I was always glad that I only had to see on TV and not in person. Yuk.
Was he running too? Oh, yeah exclude him as well, my bad.
Which is a shame, because he is 90% right on everything...
But how can someone be SO wrong on foreign policy?
LMAO!! My apologies. I obviously have you confused with someone else.
I would go back and edit but then your reply wouldn't make sense. I think I'll leave it.
Someone referred to me as a woman!? What the? I must have missed that... no I'm the guy in my little picture there LOL.
That's me and my wife smoochin' in front of the Capitol building in DC!
So I'll keep your analogy as "beautiful woman" hahaha
He's great on fiscal issues. He's sorta like that beautiful woman you meet that looks so great until you see her picking her nose.
Oh....wait. I think I remember someone referring to you as a woman. Sorry, that analogy wouldn't work very well for you. Just change "beautiful woman" to "handsome man".
If we were in a room full of rabid pit bulls, Ron Paul would say to just ignore them and they will leave you alone.
For anyone who thinks that Palin has "something up her sleeve" for the convention:
What could Palin possibly do?
If she somehow tried to steal the nomination it would completely divide the GOP and hand the election to Maobama.
You won't find a bigger Palin supporter than me but if she wanted to be President she should've ran. YOu can't just skip the entire primary process and expect to walk in and steal the nomination at the convention. It doesn't work that way and alot of voters wouldn't be too happy about it.
For those who are interested, people can watch the full interview here:
Couching her words carefully which is what I would expect. Romney is NOT the nominee until all the delegates at the convention vote.
As I listened to Sarah last night, I found myself thinking about the fact that we really do have a lousy choice for November. Obama v. Romney is analogous to choosing between a cow pattie and a plate of freshly mown grass. If you haven't eaten for a week and you know that you've got to eat something and there is no other sustenance available, you have to make a choice to survive. They're the same, but different. One is bad, but the other is terrible.
Since I live in a very red state, I won't have to decide on either one of them to survive, so I won't have to make that choice. Whew!
Romney as president? sounds real good, especially when I compare the sounds of Unemployment, the despair of those losing everything they've worked and saved their whole lives for, sounds of families living in their cars or a shelter, the sound of "can i barrow a dollar for gas" from a stranger, or the sound of "lost my job because there wasn't enough customers to pay the cost", these are the many sounds being heard all across America, so what about President Romney? well, sounds pretty darn OK.
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All this fuss and Karl Rove says Gov. Palin's endorsement isn't worth snot? She obviously lives in all of their brains, rent free. Both political machines are over heating and leaking oil. The rage is real. Profoundly underestimated woman who just refuses to capitulate. A game changer if there ever was one. McCain had no idea. Tomorrow is always a brighter day with Sarah in this world.
That's how most dictators get elected - that's how we got one here in Hungary. It's not good. Just a few months ago people were yelling to follow principles - now, no principles, just anybody but... not good US is over - read The Creature from Jekyll Island
With all due respect, the US is not over... I am sorry about the situation in Hungary but we are not Hungary, we are Americans. There are a lot of us who are flippin' angry and not going to just go back to the way things were.
If comes to a fight in the street, then so be it. It's who we are. We started out the minute men who fought the British from behind the trees & rocks and we are ready to do it again. We. Are. Not. Over.
Another great interview w Gov. Palin. She always tells it like it is. Her crack about obama's students getting ripped off was hilarious.
I'm personally getting really bored with the whole "I'm staying home"/"You're voting for Obama" nonsense.
Anyone staying home is not worth your time. It's like the coach expecting guys who aren't on the field to somehow win the game. Give it up already. Let them go.
And the most boring, tiresome claim in all of politics is "A vote for A is a vote for B." It's not logic, it's not math, it's just emotion. That's the province of liberals: reason via emotion.
If I vote for A, then guess what, I voted for A. End of story. If A didn't win, it's because more people voted for someone else. Tough beans. Even in game theory, strategic "votes" are known simply as "strategic votes." There are no guarantees with them. Only probabilities.
Besides, at this point, if Romney loses, then it will be either because Obama declared martial law thanks to greenlighting a nuclear attack on Israel by Iran, or because the US Government discovers a never-before-known vein of gold on federal land, worth more than 10 trillion dollars. You might already be a winner.
If you're staying home, then fine. Telling us every day for six months is going to be really, really boring.
If you aren't then don't try to convince the stay at homes they are horrible people for not backing the kind of candidate that they don't want to back. I trust people to live by their own principles. I don't expect theirs to match mine 100%.
I prescribe listening to more music, hugging your kids/grandkids or pets, and enjoy the summer weather. We have work to do in January.
Romney sure as heck isn't going to be able to make you prosperous. It's up to you.
(EDIT for math geeks: There are some guarantees in game theory, but they only apply to how they change the probabilities.)
I take issue w your last line that Romney can't make anyone prosperous, it's up to each person is shortsighted at best. I have been unemployed a LONG time due to the policy failures of obama. Romney can and most likely will change those policies making the business climate much more positive enabling me to finally get a job. I graduated with honors with a Bachelors in Business Admin-it's a very relevant major unlike basket weaving. And I also have over 20 years of experience, and have lived in my home for over 18 years. I have applied for over 750 jobs and do mowing and landscaping for income. So my lack of prosperity certainly is not due to the absence of my determined efforts. I am guessing people who feel as you do either are retired/on a fixed income or have a good job thus making it a luxury to not worry about things and spend time hugging your grand kids.
By the way, it is in the high 90's here and has been off and on for weeks with no rain. Not really enjoyable summer weather for many of us. I'm not trying to be negative but just pointing out that we are not all in the same place and that's just the way it is.
so suddenly now the change of heart about supporting Romney??
I'd glad to see it but you seemed pretty negative towards him the last few weeks.
You are taking issue with something I did not write.
Anyone who waits for someone else to deliver prosperity is never going to achieve it.
Doesn't sound like you are "waiting" to me.
There are silver linings around every cloud. The summer heat sometimes is unbearable. However, heat makes us sweat, sweat removes impurities in our bodies, which makes us healthier. I pray that you find whatever silver linings you can in your life.
Obama and company have created so many dark clouds in our country. I thank you, wodiej, for your sacrifices and for your efforts to help to remove this dark cloud from above all of us. Let us all hope that November brings a better day for each and every one of our lives.
Debra, then stay home in November, because you obviously don't really understand the nature of the threat to America under the current regime. It is much more than a conservative vs liberal bent going on here. And Romney may be someone who has pushed for more government than a conservative wants, but he certainly isn't a monster. If you think there is a perfect candidate who is going to do everything YOU want, well, that's not the way life works.
We have to begin somewhere moving the country back to the right, we can start with each and every local and state race, and the general election. I'm not wear rose-colored glasses, it will come down to recognizing when we've just about lost everything, if we haven't already.
That's ridiculous! --Why is it okay for a conservative to vote for a liberal that is no better than Obama, simply because he is not actually Obama?
For those of you contemplating staying home in November, you are then casting a vote for Obama. That vote for Obama negates any and all the supposed efforts you've made to rid the government of people like Holder and Obama, et al. It doesn't matter what kind of "endorsement" Sarah indicates, Romney is the presumptive nominee of the GOP, and I hope to G-D he wins. Not because he was my first, second or third choice, he wasn't, but he certainly is a better man, better businessman, smarter, and a much more decent individual than the current individual in the WH. Oh, and one other thing, Romney is a patriot, and loves America, again contrast with the current Marxist/communist in the WH.
So to those who think self-righteously they'll show us for not getting in the perfect candidate, it will be cold ashes to give you comfort Jan 2013 if we don't get these people out of office.
If not voting for Romney is a vote for Obama, and a vote for Obama is also a vote for Obama, why isn't not voting for Obama a vote for Romney? OR, is a vote for Obama actually equal to two votes for Obama, since it's a vote for Obama AND not a vote for Romney? I want to see Karl Rove work this out on a white board.
Actually, you're close on the mark for it. If someone from Obama's voter base stays home, that actually carries the weight of a "vote" for Romney. And a vote for Obama does seem to generate two votes for him, even three if you count the dead people who cast their ballot.
We don't need Karl Rove for this; if the conservatives who stayed home in 06 and 08 because they were very unhappy with the party, will vote this time around, and some of Obama's base stays home because they won't ever vote for a Republican, then we can win!
Well said. I always tell people who think this way that if they don't vote then don't b!itch. Its just immaturity is all. They'll hit puberty soon after Obama wins reelection because of them.