Sunday, October 31, 2010

“Shove it, Mr. President.”
by John Alexander Madison
November 1, 2010

Last Monday, in an interview with a Providence, Rhode Island radio station, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Frank Caprio passed along a message to President Barrack Hussein Obama (a/k/a/ Barry Soetero) saying “He can take his endorsement and really shove it.” Keep in mind, this is the Democratic nominee.

Last month a tape recording turned up of a conversation between California Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown and an aide. The aide suggests that a useful campaign response to Meg Whitman’s (R) offering a deal to the Los Angeles policeman’s union on pensions would be to frame her as a “whore.” Keep in mind, this is the Democratic nominee and his aide.

Last week Josephina Victoria "Joy" Behar (born October 7, 1942), née Occhiuto, on ABC-TV’s The View made news when she said of Republican Senatorial candidate Sharron Angle (R, NV) “she’s going to hell, this bitch!.” It came up again two days later when Ms. Angle sent Behar flowers and a thank you note that read “Raised $150,000 online yesterday, thanks for your help!” Ms. Behar responded “those flowers were picked by illegal immigrants and they aren’t voting for you bitch!” It seems Ms. Behar is overjoyed, though, that illegal immigrants will be voting in Nevada on November 2. After all, it is part of the liberal agenda, also known as 'change we can believe in.' Keep in mind all this from a washed up, loud mouthed, over-the-hill, Kool-Aid drinking, radical Democrat.

I am reminded that in November 2006 former Colorado Senate majority leader, Ken Gorden, said “Access to the ballot for everyone is more important than determining their eligibility to vote.” Disturing, but not surprising.

Perhaps we shouldn’t be too upset about these shameless and classless attacks by Democrats across the country. After all, these presidential apologists cannot defend President Obama’s agenda, they cannot defend the unprecedented spending spree of the Democrat-controlled Congress, they cannot defend our historical debt levels, they cannot defend Obamacare and Cap & Trade (Tax), nor can they defend the President’s failed stimulus package.

Words really cannot describe this President and the damage he has inflicted to our country in just twenty-two months. But, heck, let me try by using words from various media reports, his detractors, and many of his former supporters.

He is arrogant. He is a narcissist. He has destroyed our country. He is a fraud. He is the least qualified of all who preceded him. He is a divider, not a uniter. He has worked against the will of the American people. He is not the President of all Americans because, like no other before him, he viciously attacks all who disagree with him. ..very, very un-Presidential. He has disgraced America abroad through his apology tours, his bowing toward our enemies, and his lack of a meaningful or effective foreign policy agenda and diplomatic skills. He is destroying the uniqueness of American and our sovereignty. He is promoting a one-world order.

And, in the President’s own words, “we have accomplished many things Americans don’t even know about.” That is really scary to hear on this Halloween weekend, or any weekend for that matter. Do share, Mr. President.

Using a football analogy, the November 2, 2010 general election is but the first half of the ballgame. The general election on November 13, 2012 will complete the second half of the game when Americans, with one clear, loud voice, will write an historical footnote for the 44th U.S. President with two entries: (1) B.H.O. will be a one-term President; (2) Obama’s agenda was soundly rejected and renamed “change we did not believe in.” One can only hope.

A message to you: Keep in mind that whatever gains are made in Tuesday’s election your job is only half complete. Remain vigilant, stay committed and continue your hard work to ensure that these great United States of America return to the basic core values upon which our nation was so soundly established by its Founding Fathers…a government of the people, by the people and for the nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Reverse the damage. Vote on Tuesday.


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