I was watching Neil Cavuto on Fox Business tonight and was again reminded of how good he is. While everybody else is caught up in the liberal narrative, Cavuto had Mayor Guilani on to talk about welfare reforms that work and Ed Meese on to talk about messaging.
We can win if we can tell the truth: but we are awful at telling the truth.
Billboard seen in Wichita, from the Business coalition: “President Obama: We built it. You broke it. We’ll fix it. You’re fired!”
Romney was Frank Luke, Obama was an observation balloon. Romney was a tie fighter, Obama was the Death Star. On Twitter, Bill Mahr said Obama looked like he needed his teleprompter. I think the teleprompter showed and Obama was MIA.
After the debate campaign manager David Plouffe said their side doesn’t believe in “game changers.”
Believe, David. Believe in America.
That’s the headline on the New York Times this morning. It’s about how much power the tech industry uses–”wastes,” in their words. Really? I remember screen savers and monitors that turn themselves off after a period of inactivity. Processing takes power but the industry is constantly trying to reduce the big three: power, size and weight. Engineers known it is often a trade-off.
Or maybe the Times just wants the shut down the Internet.
2016 The Movie is still playing in four theaters in Colorado Springs. Originally it was scheduled for only a week but now it is going on a month. Well worth seeing!
The website 2016themovie.com has a complete list of theaters. It is playing in almost 2000 locations.
In little more than one day, the failure of the Obama foreign policy has become dramatically clear. The ambassador of Libya killed–and this was the only “Arab spring” uprising that we supported, albeit reluctantly. The Cairo embassy stormed and the flag burned. Here we had jettisoned long-time U.S. ally Hosni Mubarek.
And Israel blasted the U.S. over our role in the issue of Iran and its threat to Israel.
Mitt Romney called Obama’s foreign policy “disgraceful.” It is worse than that. It is a dangerous failure and proof that we cannot simply abandon our role in the world.
Labor Day has turned into National Empty Chair Day, with the hashtag #EmptyChairDay trending to number two and people sending in their photos of empty chairs.
The Tea Party is stronger on civil liberties and limited government than many establishment Republicans. That’s why the movement attracts more libertarians, independents and even some Democrats than the GOP could ever hope to.
While pundits call the Tea Party “extreme” in actual fact we are moderating GOP positions on these issues. We are bringing America back to the values that made us great.
In the wake of the frankly stupid comment by senate candidate Missouri Rep.Troy Aiken, Obama said, “Rape is rape.” But he also said that Rep. Aiken’s comments are what result from having men make decisions about women’s healthcare decisions. He said that men ought to stay out of it.
Well, Mr. Obama, stay out of it. Keep the government out of women’s healthcare decisions.
Dinesh D’Souza’s movie, “2016: Obama’s America” will show for one week at Colorado Springs’ Cinemark Tinseltown (1545 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd., 80906):
August: Friday 17th thru Thursday 23rd
10:55am 1:10pm 3:25pm 5:40pm 7:55pm 10:10pm
Link to movie review, “D’Souza Connects President’s Past to Present”
Link to Cinemark Tinseltown’s Day / Showtimes schedule