Putin Endorses Obama

Putin Endorses Obama — A silver lining has appeared on Barack Obama’s rather black cloud of a week. Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has endorsed him for the presidency.

We’d thought we’d polish up this article from Sept. 8, 2012 and repost it.

Putin Endorses Obama

Did O Steal Election In Ohio?

Did O Steal Election In Ohio? — President Obama beat Republican Mitt Romney in Ohio by 166,214 votes out 5,489,028 cast last November for a 3 percent margin of victory.

Well it turns out that one out of every five — or 20 percent for public school grads — registered Ohio voter is ineligible to vote.

Now some could say that is just innocent sloppiness and these people never came out to vote anyone.

Or some could say that was a pretty strong sign that the Democrats stole the election in Ohio.

BTW, Ohio Secretary of State John Husted was given the cold shoulder by Attorney General Eric Holder when he sought a meeting to try to balance conflicting federal laws to pare down the list.

Hat tip Bryan Preston.

Did O Steal Election In Ohio?

GOP Still Rules Pa In 2012

GOP Still Rules Pa In 2012 — Despite the disaster of Tuesday, the Republicans will still control the State House possibly even picking up a seat.

Republican Thomas Sankey beat Mark McCracken to win the 74th District seat vacated by long-time incumbent Democrat Bud George in Clearfield County; and Sheamus Bonner conceded last night, Nov. 8, to long-time Republican incumbent Nick Micozzie in the 163rd District after a close election; leaving just the 39th District race between GOP incumbent Rick Saccone and David Levdansky and the 146th District race between Republican incumbent Tom Quigley undecided.
Incumbent parties won all other races. The party breakdown last year was 111-92 in favor of the Republicans.
The Democrats picked up three state senate seats being vacated by incumbent Republicans   Sens. Jeff Piccola of Dauphin County, Jane Earll of Erie County and John Pippy of Allegheny County, still leaving that body with a 27-23 Republican majority.  Note Piccola was not what you would call a Tea Party favorite.
Hopefully, these Republicans have the courage to start going after the Democrat tax-funded infrastructure in this state notably in our public schools — why should teachers get paid for union activity?  and the newspapers — why should we subsidize propaganda through legal advertising?
It should also be noted that the Republicans finally exorcised the ghost of John Murtha with Keith Rothfus’ victory over Mark Critz in the 12th Congressional District meaning that 13 of Pennsylvania’s 18 congressmen will be Republicans.
Don Adams of the Independence Hall Tea Party Association, which endorsed Rothfus, notes that all of its endorsed incumbent congressional candidates won in Pennsylvania  and New Jersey as did Pennsylvania State Senator Dave Argall who won his first full term in the 29th District.
GOP Still Rules Pa In 2012

Tagg Romney In Springfield

Tagg Romney In Springfield
Tagg Romney with a Springfield resident in Springfield, Pa., this morning at the GOP Delaware County Victory Center, 1001 Baltimore Pike, 19064.
The appearance of the possible first son this late in the campaign showed that the Republicans see a good chance to take Pennsylvania for the first time since 1988 in a presidential race.
Tagg, by the way, is a heck of a nice guy. The only complaint about his visit might be that he actually showed up on time. Many hoping to see him missed him as they expected the usual campaign whimsy of a start time being set significantly before the arrival of the person they hope to see.
Mitt, the man himself, will be appearing tomorrow evening at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley.
Tagg Romney In Springfield

Get Out The Vet To Oversee Elections

Get Out The Vet, a voting oversight program formed by veterans, is educating our troops as to how to register, request ballots and vote online, or request federal write-in absentee ballots, in light of Department of Defense stonewalling mandates to provide easier access to the franchise.

Members of the group will also be monitoring polling places to reduce voter intimidation and be poll watchers.
For information visit GetOutTheVet.com
Hat tip Tom C.

Smile Joe: Post Debate Polls Call It For Ryan

Breitbart.com is reporting that CNBC’s after-debate poll shows the public thinking that Ryan beat Biden 56-36, while CNN reports it as 48-44 percent for Ryan.

Smile Joe.
Post Debate Polls Call It  For Ryan

Empty Chair Day For Barack Obama

Empty Chair Day For Barack Obama — Labor Day has become  Empty Chair Day. The hashtag #EmptyChairDay has been trending on Twitter all morning.

It is being done in solidarity with Clint Eastwood’s address at the Republican National Convention in which he used an empty chair to represent President Obama.
Millions of people are posting photos of empty chairs, making comments and saying not-so-nice things about our President and Democrats in general.
Luis Rosas, for instance, tweeted the below photo with the caption “My empty chair is busy bowing to foreign leaders”:
Empty Chair Day For Barack Obama
Pam Besteder, happily noted that AMC is having a 24-hour Clint Eastwood movie marathon.
Go Mitt!
Hat tip Cathy Craddock 

Obama Cuts Price On Campaign Stuff

Obama Cuts Price On Campaign Stuff — With presidential election 64 days away and on the eve of the Democratic Party National Convention, what does the Obama campaign do?

They announce a “summer sale” of campaign merchandise!!
That’s right! Those who sent a donation to the campaign sometime in the last year or so have gotten an email from BarackObama.Com saying “Summer’s Almost Over/ 25%  Off Storewide on all purchases of $10 or more with the code summersale”
What’s with the capitalist ploy Mr. President? You didn’t build that.
And you didn’t have to do this in 2008.
Here’s what it looks like:
Obama Cuts Price On Campaign Stuff

Daylin Leach In His Own Words

Daylin Leach In His Own Words — State Sen. Daylin Leach has taken issue with our claim that he implied the Republican Party was the party of anti-Semites during a July 16 Democratic Party rally for Barack Obama at  Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, Pa.

Here is the relevant part:

I want to say a word or two about domestic policy because Israel is extremely important but it’s not the only issue, and again because of my name and because I don’t think I  necessarily  look particularly Jewish people don’t know I’m Jewish often and so I hear things that I would not hear if I was more obviously Jewish.  And I’m keenly aware that while we have made great progress, anti-Semitism is still alive and well in parts of America.

And it’s important that we have a president of the United States who understands the importance of protecting religious minorities and the importance of fighting for the separation of church and state.

And it’s particularly important these days because I’m going to be honest the modern Republican Party has become something that it was not when I was a young man growing up which is a largely theocratic party.

Here is some advice Senator: Apologize, move on and, in the future, refrain from smearing groups of people for political gain.
Btw, if you were to propose that the Shema be recited to start the day in public schools very likely most Republicans — at least those you accuse of anti-Semitism — would support you. It’s the denial of God and the 10 Commandments that upset them, not the Old Testament.
Hat tip Bob Guzzardi.
Daylin Leach In His Own Words

Daylin Leach In His Own Words