SKL53.....you got that right!!! Think he should go live in that part of the world with the people he loves.
Obama doesn't belong in our beautiful US of A!!! He belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood! This lying scum isn't an American...he's a TRUE LOVER OF ISLAM!!!!!!!!!!!
LET'S GO BABY...ROMNEY/RYAN/RECOVERY...BARACK/BIDEN/BANKRUPCY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Common America GOTV and BRING MITT and PAUL to the FINISH LINE! Send Obama and Biden Packing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was at this rally and the crowd was electric. Froze my a** off though but it was worth seeing our next President in person!
please do not be fooled - Pa. will go to Obama and he will positively carry the state by at the least 6 pts. Book it!!!!
You forget how many families in PA have friends and family in NJ and NY. FEMA has been worse during Sandy aftermath than during Katrina. More deaths and more people without food and water. They all know Obama left NJ to go to Vegas for a campaign rally and they will not forget.
PA is coal and natural gas country. The EPA is preparing a new round of regulations to shut down coal after Romney is elected before he takes office. The people of PA know this and are fed up with good paying energy jobs being shipped to Brazil and Venezuela where Obama has invested while blocking drilling permits here in the US.
PA is hurting and the people here know it. As I drive to work in South Eastern Philly every day, there are 20 Romney signs for every 1 Obama sign. I was at the Romney event last night with 35,000 others.
The Rocky theme was a very nice nod to the local flavor. Let me tell you, this HUGE. Don't forget this is NOT red country. It's purple country. That should tell you something.
My friend was there with his family, and said it was incredible. Plus, he told he met alot of former Dems.
Aileen Quinn in musical "Annie" (1982), singing legendary "Tomorrow" as little orphan Annie.
Tomorrow! Tomorrow! I love you Tomorrow! You're only a DAY away!!
This is great news! This rally took place in Bucks Co, my old home, and a county surrounding Philly. I can feel the excitement, and the impending Romney win! A great picture in the comments here http://fundamentalrefounding.ning.com/forum/topics/romney-will-win-pennsylvania you can even see Carl Cameron in the foreground of it. I'm adding this to that thread!
God's blessing on the Romney's, the Ryan's, the supporters, volunteers, maintenance and set up crews, bus drivers, security, fellow elected officials like Marco Rubio, Rob Portman and so many others who have criss crossed the country w Romney to help restore this country. Newt Gingrich, Gov. Sarah Palin, Herman Cain and many others who have offered insightful, positive and objective commentary on the race. Talk radio Levin, Limbaugh and Fox news for covering everything fairly.
And most of all....God Bless America
Please everyone, pray.
We got back about an hour ago from the event. Took all 3 boys. We were standing about 5 people away from where his campaign bus pulled in. I just posted photos at my Facebook page which you can go to directly from the link in my name. I am processing some video footage of the crowd and Romney's entrance right now and will post when finished.
Videos are up on my Facebook page now. 3 of them: walking to the security tents to get a sense of the crowd before it got dark, panning of the crowd at the event, and Mitt's campaign bus rolling in (with a close-up of my 6-year-old son, Alex, on my shoulders at the 1:20 mark :-).
Oooh! The Rocky Theme Song - that's the ringtone on my phone! <3 it!
Tuesday night, he's gonna get on TV & say, "Yo America - WE DID IT!"
Here is my gift to everyone tonight courtesy of Twitchy. MoveOn.org claims "Romney supporters held against their will at PA rally." You can't make this up.
Now that was weird to read. We were standing near the campaign bus entrance and saw plenty of people leave without any security guards stopping them. Looks like the left is covering for the fact that Romney is pulling 30,000+ crowds easy while Obama is struggling to make 3,000.
And don't forget, no one in PA knew about this event until Thursday afternoon when the campaign emails went out. It was not even up on the Romney campaign website on Thursday evening. So we have an event that was announced 3 days before the event and 35,000 people showed up. What does that tell you, Mr. Obama?!?!
Wow, the crowds attending his events lately have been fantastic. Bless those folks who stand out in the cold weather for hours to show their support! It's very encouraging.
I find it interesting how many "blue" states now have republican governors and majorities in their state houses. Those states are doing much better than in 2008, not because of 0 and I think the citizens of those states know it. 2010 was a big turn around for them.
I also think the "blue" states that have a lot of energy (oil, gas, coal) know that 0's regulations are killing their industries and aren't very happy. And they've not seen the whoppers that will hit them if 0 is re-elected.
It doesn't matter if you're a D or an R, groceries, gas and power costs are higher now for everyone.
It doesn't matter if you're a D or an R and serve our country in dangerous places, or parents of those that are serving. You now know that 0 will not have their backs to keep them safe.
If EVERYONE is awake, how could they not see the obvious? (Yeah..... I know a few of them that apparently only watch MSM and have their heads in the wrong place.)
Mitt Romney is destined to become the best President for the times we live in. It is heartening to know he will not be 'flexible' with Russia, as Obama told the Russian Prime Minister he would be after his re-election. Instead, the Russian PM will see American backbone. It is also refreshing to know Mitt Romney will not be intimidated by China's manipulation of its currency, to put American workers at a disadvantage, and lure American manufacturers to China. Those low cost exports are even dangerous, with too much lead in toys, electrical products that cause fires, and the fact that American technology is stolen through computer hacking and imports of our aircraft and cars. These are all used to build a huge military force. The Pentagon has said China has already trained over 250 million soldiers---and Obama wants to cut our military spending.
Mitt Romney will help American manufacturers to return home, so Americans can resume making all those basic, everydat products sold in China's department stores in North America.
Imagine this: Iran threatens to destroy Saudi Arabian oil fields. China doesn't want U.S. currency and is using the Japanese Yen for trading already.
What will happen when China's exports to America stops suddenly" Do we have the skilled labor to substitute those exports?
What will happen when Eastern U.S. doesn't receive Middle East oil anymore? Won't it be good to know that Alberta oil from Western Canada can flow east in an existing pipeline? Ane isn't it good to know that the Keystone pipeline will finally be built from Alberta into the United States?
Why wouldn't Obama want that" Why does he say nothing about the the U.S. Ambassador in Libya who was tugged and pulled and beaten up, and sodomized and finally murdered? Do we have a muslim sympathizer in the White House>
Why doesn't Obama condemn the crucifixion of Egyptian on crosses, the burning of Coptic Catholic churches, killing of priests and members???
Is it too much to ask? Why did Obama tell Catholic Georgetown University, as far back as April, 2009, that they must cover all Christian symbols before he would speak to the student body.
Would a 'Christian" President ask for that?
Why does Obama agree to kill a baby in the womb at 9 months, and the killing of the baby if it is still alive after surviving?
Why does Obama want our innocent children to learn about sodomy?
Why does he want the U.S. to become a Communist country?--after all, he was well trained in Chicago.
If he is re-elected, it will be hell on earth for the gullible Americans who are swayed by whoever gives the best speech---even if it only say what people want to hear.
Obama is a Big Talker and Little Doer. Romney has proven he is a Big Doer and means what hesays.
Obama can fool some of the people some of the time, but not all of the people all of the time.
It's time to put an end to the Great Pretender---the Great Deceiver, amd for mericans to return to its traditional heritage and love of God.
To do less is to invite disaster.
A new article out by Fox News today has confirmed that SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty were using M48 light machine guns with laser mounts.
What laser capability did Benghazi team have?
I'm not 100% sure what they actually had, there's a couple different kinds, but my suspicion is that they were using something like this:
IZLID Aiming Lasers
Well, by my reckoning there are now only 48 hours to go until America kicks this petulant moron out of the WH and installs a true leader. It's roughly 9pm EST now.
I hope this is indicative of the rest of the country. If so, it should be a landslide election come November 6Th. Get out and vote and make it happen.
35,000 for Romney + vs. 12 at an Obama rally in NYC: http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/11/04/National-Dance-for-Obama-Day-draws-12-people
Thanks, PM. It's my Facebook avitar at the moment. I have many poppies hanging around, but I always buy one from the Legion box. My dad was a Canadian Navy Veteran, my mother was with the WRENS in Scotland, so, I have a rich history around me.
I don't recall any election in recent time where we had crowds this size. Romney represents the people who are the brick and mortar foundation of this country. They will show up in a wave, the Dems and Leftist malignant media have refused to believe. In case you need to focus on what we're voting for on Tuesday, here is a pick me up, "On the Eve of This Election."
The people reject evil and seek to restore good. As Mitt said, "vote for love of country."
I must say that I'm impressed with his ability to bring us non-mittens folks together to oust Barry & the gang out of office. It's been a heckuva road, but I do find myself looking forward to yelling at President Romney instead of pResident Barry & the gang.
Eric Holder, Valerie Jarrett, Moochelle, Big Sis, Shillary, David Axelrod, and the lot of them can't get out of town soon enough.
I would ask the Moderators to look at my last few posts. I made a comment to Wayne Phelps, that was denied. No apparent reason.
Let me know.
It is not Mitt it is getting rid of Obama that is getting people fired up. Mitt is just the vehicle.
Mitt may just be the vehicle, but give the vehicle some credit. You're right RobertGman. Mitt does have charistma in his own right. He may not be everything you would want in a President, but he has shown to me over the last couple of months that he definitely is a leader, is very competent and is a decent man.
I have to admit, I started out that way... anybody but Obama. However, after listening to Mitt Romney's speeches and seeing his sincerity, devotion to his wife and family, his true love of country and Veterans my mind has been changed.
I'm now voting for Mitt to vote for Mitt.
No, he wasn't my first choice and Ryan wasn't my first choice, either. But then I got to thinking about how long it took for our country to get this way and realized it took more than one election cycle. We can't expect to fix it in one cycle, either. It's going to take a while. But at least Romney is going to get us on the right path. The path that will return us to American exceptionalism and prosperity. The path that will finally free us from our servitude to the Middle East for their oil. The path where Americans will once again be the most productive in the world.
And the path that the citizens of the world have said they need to see us on so they can once again look to us as the last great hope of freedom.
That was a disengenuous comment, Brian. You're not going to get away with a statement like that here on Scoop. Try again.
I beg to differ. Mitt has great charisma in his own right. He's genuine and people saw that in the debates. After months of Obama tearing him down, it only took one evening to strip that from people's perception.
Romney is going to be a great President.
Admittedly, he wasnt my choice during the primary. With the pressure on him he has really improved and fine tuned his presentation over the past months. He has become stronger, and as you said he has a large amount of charisma.
The first debate showed strength. The Al Smith dinner showed that he has a sense of humor and also wanted to call Pres Obama out on things that he "couldn't necessarily" say in the course of day to day campaigning.
I trust that he will implement an agenda to promote a smaller government, lower taxes, less regulation, less over sight, while at the same time promoting the free market.
The prime reason that Gov Romney is right for America NOW is that our Country has
become very divided over the past four years.
We are divided over the Union/non Union jobs. Our race, our religion, being gay/straight, Gun ownership... we are constantly put at odds over if we are wealthy or middle, or working class, which tax bracket we are in, and even the cars we drive.
Over the past four years we have been pitted against each other -
over nearly every issue. And it has become more than a difference of opinion.
Guess who started this division?
His name ISN"T Mitt Romney.
Hopefully, you can hold onto what you have in the long run. I got lucky and bought family property for half of its assessed value, so I am sitting at about what I expect values to drop to. I don't have a bank loan, it is carried by my grandmother, and will transfer to my dad and two uncles when she passes. If they don't sell the mortgage to the banks, I might be able to stay here in a collapse. I am buying silver so that I can pay the property taxes down the road.
I'm just full of hope, don't you think? :)
It all sounds painful doesn't it?
I can't even discuss Real Estate without gettin a little upset. We have a couple properties. We keep throwing money at them, but they aren't worth as much as we paid for them. Thankfully, we love our house no matter what the value is.
It will be interesting to see what happens to the unemployment numbers. I never thought about that.
I think that a correction would bring housing values down about 50%. Not good for people under water, but necessary. All the fraudulent debt that the banks have racked up should be written off, and if the banks were allowed to fail, then housing prices falling would be a good thing, because as a "real" economy emerges, housing would be affordable. Government should step in at this point and create a new currency, then forgive the underwater debt on mortgages.
I bought a house in 99' for $87K. I sold it in one year for $97k. Housing went up 20% per year for five years after that. I didn't know why at the time, but I refused to buy into it, while many were rushing to buy and hoping to make money or gain quick equity. It was all fake inflation of prices. It has to go back down.
It will either go back down because of a gradual market correction, or because of a financial crash. If the financial systems crash out of control, and the American people are held to the debt, then we will lose everything to the banks that put us here, because the big boys are waiting to buy everything up for little of nothing. That is one way that we can literally lose our country, and is how the banksters have sucked the wealth out of societies for hundreds of years.
Oh I know. I have been on another site for a couple hours going back and forth with a guy who was insisting that 1) GM had roared back to life. He didnt care about the loans from tax payers and then wouldnt listen when I said they werent paid back.
2) He only cared that someone in his family could get their pre existing condition of asthma taken care of now under Obama care. Never mind that most people and their private insurance has gone up 2500.00 a year.
3) He said his Portfolio was doing awesome. I said the portfolio may be looking better but if he thought about it he would know that it is due to the companies hoarding their cash and sitting on the sidelines. They are worried about the economic future so aren't investing /or doing and research and development. In the short-term the paper looks good- long term it is very impactual and can and will have major consequence. This spells "market correction" (which would be healthy) but ultimately but which can lead to recession very easily.
With the housing market sill uncertain and over 20 million+ still unemployed- This is a horrible situation.
The commericial real estate hasnt even begun to hit bottom and fail yet. I think it will- unless something is done to shore up the unployment numbers.
Speaking of unemployment numbers, if Romney wins, I think the Government agency that reports will slowly begin to tick the numbers up- starting in Jan. Probably to 12%. They will say they are calculating differently, ect. But Romney is going to have one heck of an uphill battle.
Corrections are tough, because it would mean hard times guaranteed, and politicians don't get more popular with that agenda. If interest rates were to come up so that the bubble could deflate slowly, there would be a chance at a real recovery, but other things would have to be done to counter the economic decline that would come with higher interest rates. Shutting down regulatory agencies would be a good start. Government spending would have to go down about $1T per year, and environmental strangleholds would have to be lifted to fire industry back up.
Our economic base is all but dead, so it will take some real serious and quick changes to get it going again.
The banks have to fail, and start over. Their derivative debt is what QE3 is gong toward propping up. The stock market would have to fall to about 1/7th of its current face value, and be built back up on reality. Electronic trading has to be dealt with, which is one regulation that I agree with.
The social systems have to be phased out. There is not choice in that. They will fail anyway, and taking the money out of the economy to support failed systems cannot continue.
I could go on all day, and you probably know it already.
I'll be disappointed if he goes the way of Ben Bernake.
Ron Paul 's idea of auditing the fed would be a good step in the right direction.
Being a naturalnews.com kind of guy, I will be paying close attention to see if the small farms keep getting raided, and who he appoints to head up regulatory agencies. If he continues the smack down on raw food producers and organic food people, I will know that he is going to be no less of a tyrant than Obama.
The other area that I will be keeping a keen eye on is whether or not he installs the Goldman Sachs boys into his cabinet. Is he going to support a Fed chairman that will continually pump $40B into the banking system every month, or put someone in who will quit the Wall St. bailout? (QE3) Will he support holding down interest rates, or let them come up to correct the bubble?
I don't expect him to create a sovereign currency. If he got that going, I would jump out of my chair and kiss him on the TV. Don't expect to have to do that though.
The next phase of skeptical vetting will begin in January.