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Shocking: Obama Adds Military Heroes to ‘Enemies List’ (for an UP-date on Big Pink… read in comments)

August 22, 2012

President Barack Obama has added military heroes to his “enemies list,” singling out veterans’ groups such as Special Operations for America and Veterans for a Strong America on his campaign website, much as he singled out donors to Republican rival Mitt Romney for attack. Several veterans’ groups have spoken out against the Obama administration’s habit of taking credit for the Osama bin Laden raid and leaking military secrets for political gain–so the Obama campaign is trying to shoot the messenger.

The charge made by the Obama campaign is that the veterans’ groups are “Swift Boat 2.0”–referring to the group that launched a series of ads (never refuted) in 2004 contesting claims by then-Democrat presidential candidate John Kerry about his war record. Left-wing groups aligned with the Obama administration have even gone so far as to call the U.S. Navy Seals “gutless” for their participation in criticism of Obama.

Ryan Zinke, a member of the Montana state Senate and a U.S. Navy SEAL from 1985 to 2008, told Breitbart News: “It’s a sad time for America when a President has to resort to bully tactics, intimidation, and misleading personal attacks against anyone who dares to speak out and be heard. The good thing is Americans have a long history of defeating tyrants.”

Read more: @ Breitbart Link

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Radical Muslims joining with DNC..

Starting at the end of this month the Democratic National Convention will open with a focus on Islam.  20,000 Muslims are expected to attend according to the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs (BIMA), the national Muslim American non-profit coordinating the two days of events they claim are non-political.  ”Jumah at the DNC” begins August 29 and will start with a Friday afternoon jummah prayer followed by other unnamed programs and events, leading up to the Islamic Regal Banquet. The following day will be an all day Islamic Cultural and Fun Fest which will include discussions on the topics of Islamaphobia, Anti-Shariah, Middle Eastern Crisis, Patriot Act, National Defense Authorization Act and more.  The purpose, according to BIMA, is to attract national and international attention to the plight of American Muslims and to hold political parties accountable for issues that affect them.  However, not all Muslims feel that BIMA represents them and M. Zuhdi Jasser M.D., Founder and President of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, has expressed serious concerns.

It is troubling that the Democratic National Convention has decided to promote and lend its name and national political platform to the organizers of the “Jummah at the DNC”. The leaders of this event – Jibril Hough and Imam Siraj Wahhaj as advertised are no moderates. They are radicals. These individuals embrace Islamist supremacy and have demonstrated support for radical ideologies.

A quick Google search by the DNC would have shown them that Hough and Wahhaj are leaders in the separatist American Islamist movement. While they may be able to get a few thousand Muslims to attend the event, they are NOT going to be mainstream Muslims.  Most will likely come from Hough and Wahhaj’s radical networks that have long been entrenched in the Charlotte area. Make no mistake they are part of the Islamist movement.

This is not about their right of assembly; this group under a different name pulled the same stunt at the US capitol in 2009 claiming 20k and getting 2-3k. THIS IS ABOUT the DNC calling this an “official function” listing these radicals as typical of the DNC community and more importantly about this organization speaking out AS representing supposedly typical American Muslims (or “Mainstream”).

If that is who the DNC is consorting with then all Americans, Democrats should be concerned. There are many patriotic Muslims who are part of both parties, and when radical ideologues like this do a demonstration of “solidarity” in the name of our faith and choose an imam like Siraj Wahhaj who I saw with my own eyes in 1995 seditiously say it his duty and our duty as Muslims to replace the US Constitution with the Quran– then we need to speak up!

Their jummah (group) prayer is supposedly against the Patriot Act, the NYPD, and Islamophobia and is actually NOT about our democracy but about empowering their Islamist and MB (Muslim Brotherhood) sympathetic groups into the very fabric of the political system so that Americans become anesthetized. We need American Muslims to speak up and marginalize these radicals. The DNC needs to understand and reject them because of their radical history and ideas.

They use our American Muslim identity to speak as “one community” as a political unit or as a “bloc vote” – a political Islamist party when in fact most us Muslims don’t want that political unity and seek reform against their ideology that seeks to hijack our community. They do not represent us. (emphasis mine)

http://www.redstate.com/breeanneh/2012/08/21/radical-islam-joins-the-dnc/

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The inclusion of Muslims into the DNC should be a Big Enough turn off to Democratic Voters.. and shrink Obama donations down to Salvation Army status.

Romney raising cash from coast to coast from traditionally Dem cities-

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who is out-fundraising President Barack Obama by impressive margins, is attracting thousands of donors this summer from traditionally Democratic areas of the United States, collecting millions of dollars in even progressive communities from New York to Los Angeles, according to an analysis by The Associated Press of new campaign data.

Donors from tony neighborhoods of Manhattan to even the famously liberal Castro neighborhood in San Francisco helped Romney and the GOP outraise Obama by more than $25 million in July, beating him and the Democratic Party in contributions for a third consecutive month, the AP analysis showed.

Romney collected at least $630,000 by mid-summer from New York City, the home to major Romney fundraiser and New York Jets owner Woody Johnson. More than $100,000 of that came from investment bankers, who have cooled to Obama since he supported tougher regulations for Wall Street following the financial meltdown and housing crisis in recent years.

More than 2,000 miles away on the West Coast, Romney collected at least $350,000 since June in the San Francisco Bay Area alone, with average contributions of $400 apiece. The Bay Area is also the home of Dick Boyce, a former partner of Romney’s at Bain Capital and a GOP super PAC donor who is active in fundraising for Romney this election.

The money race has become a critical bellwether in the presidential campaign, which is expected to cost more than $1 billion. Obama is not only losing the money race but also is being outspent on the airwaves, thanks to millions of dollars in ads from independent “super” political committees funded by wealthy donors who oppose Obama and his policies.

Romney and the Republican Party are also making financial inroads in traditionally liberal cities across the nation, including Austin, Texas, and Obama’s hometown of Chicago. These include small and large contributions, from $200 to the maximum $30,800 allowed under federal law to political parties each year.

In Denver, the home of the 2008 Democratic National Convention, Romney supporters this summer contributed more than $400,000 – enough to pay rent, utilities and staff for a campaign field office. And in Philadelphia, where Obama handily beat Sen. John McCain four years ago, Romney took in more than $250,000 since early June.

Romney’s campaign has made a furious effort in recent months to step up its fundraising against Obama, who came to office four years ago with a fundraising operation that brought in a record-breaking $750 million for his election. Romney’s campaign set an ambitious goal earlier this year of more than $100 million by summer’s end with a goal of $800 million by November.

But now, Obama and his advisors publicly acknowledge the president will likely be outspent by November. Romney and the GOP reported a combined $101 million in fundraising last month, while Obama and the Democrats together said they raised $75 million.

Romney supporters have pointed to a withered economy and have said failed promises are driving contributions to the former Massachusetts governor’s campaign for the last two months. A Florida donor for Romney, who raised $10,000 alone at a lunch this week, said donors represented to him they are mostly upset with the economy or are business owners unhappy with regulations. The donor spoke on condition of anonymity because he’s not allowed to speak for the campaign.

The AP’s analysis mapped addresses of a quarter-million donors to the GOP or Romney’s presidential campaign. It then cross-referenced those records with traditionally Democratic city or metro area boundaries and examined ZIP codes for which donors have seldom, if ever, contributed to the Republican candidate.

The analysis excluded supporters who gave fewer than $200 because, under federal law, campaigns aren’t required to disclose details about such small contributions. High-dollar donors have been essential to Romney’s election effort, unlike Obama, who relies on a greater share of smaller checks.

The Democratic National Committee and Obama both spent more than they took in last month as the president expanded his campaign operations and purchased millions of dollars in television advertising to compete with rival Mitt Romney and millions of dollars in super PAC ads working in his favor.

To be sure, while Romney for now has a significant financial advantage, he is trailing Obama in terms of paid staffers who in part coordinate the campaign’s ground operations. The new finance reports show Obama’s campaign paid about 800 staffers around the nation – not counting volunteers – while Romney had fewer than half that number.

Link to AP article

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For a while now, and with some off-days, presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney has maintained a small but persistent lead in the two most reliable national polls, Gallup and Rasmussen. Swing state polls, however, have been less kind. Since Romney clinched the nomination, President Obama has consistently led in most of these crucial states, sometimes by wide margins that felt counter-intuitive when compared to the national polls.

Well, whatever caused that — Obama’s spending advantage, poorly weighted polls or both — the tide is turning and also doing so in two states Obama and his media minions probably felt were pretty safe.

Michigan:

[A] national public opinion polling and voter analytics consulting firm based in Michigan and representing the combined resources of Foster McCollum White & Associates (Troy, Michigan) and Baydoun Consulting (Dearborn, Michigan) conducted a telephone-automated polling random survey of Michigan registered and most likely November 2012 general election voters to determine their voting preferences.

In what will be a significant blow to Democratic campaign efforts, native son Mitt Romney has climbed into the lead in Michigan’s Presidential contest.

Obama: 43.88%

Romney: 47.68%

And in my home state of Wisconsin two recent polls have Obama stuck at 47 and Romney ahead by one.

Over the past few weeks in the Real Clear Politics poll of polls, Romney has caught up to or passed Obama in Ohio, Colorado, Virginia, Florida, and Iowa.

The trend is the thing and the trend is all moving Romney’s way.

It might just be that the American people know when a cynical, dishonest, failed president and his media minions are conning them with shiny distractions as the economy shrinks and the unemployment rate increases.

It might just be that Romney refusing to cave to the fact checker’s lies about welfare reform is allowing Obama’s gutting of that law to penetrate.

It might just be that New Media is also penetrating with our counter-narratives and our focus on real issues as opposed to abortion, same-sex marriage, tax returns, and whatever other nonsense Obama’s pathetic MSM Palace Guards can dream up.

And it might just be that choosing a serious, ethical, brilliant reformer like Paul Ryan told voters that Romney takes them and the problems of this nation seriously.

My guess is that it’s a little bit of all that.

Since choosing Ryan last Saturday morning, Team Romney not only broke a six-week losing streak but have run a near-flawless campaign. Voters are seeing a competent nominee with a competent team and a potential president whose first hiring choice (Ryan) was the work of a confident leader.

All America needs is an acceptable alternative to the failed man currently in the job, and right now, Romney is proving himself to be that man and then some.

(ht/John Nolte @ Link

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114 Comments
  1. August 24, 2012 7:51 am

    Obama’s America to open in 1000 more theaters this week and is currently the top of ticket sales at Fandango.. I hope it plays somewhere near me although it is also due out on DVD in the next month, before the elections. While I am NOT crazy about the title the content sounds good.

    Check this from Breitbart.

    The summer’s big movie sleeper continues to confound conventional wisdom.

    Not only has “2016: Obama’s America” earned more than $2 million at the box office so far – a very respectable figure for a documentary-style release – the movie is currently ranked number one in ticket sales at Fandango.com.

    Breitbart News reached out to the movie mega-site and can report “2016” ticket purchases represent 35 percent of all sales on the site.

    Granted, the film isn’t facing any significant new competition like “The Dark Knight Rises” or “Battleship” this weekend. Its biggest sales threat is the bicycle messenger flick “Premium Rush” starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

    Still, for a conservative documentary to lead the sales pack is an impressive feat and speaks to some seriously positive word of mouth.

    “2016” expands from 169 to roughly 1,000 screens this weekend. The latter figure is roughly a third of what most mainstream movies enjoy in their first few weeks of release.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2012/08/23/2016-leading-tix-sales-fandango

  2. August 24, 2012 8:16 am

    Hehehehe.

    Cooper slams DWS for deliberately LYING and misquoting the LAT in a recent fund raising letter which appeals to women voters by saying MR would ban all abortions.

    Cooper does not let DWS get away with her lies.

    Look at the recent list of POS surrogates slammed for lying:

    Cutter
    DWS
    Reid
    Burton
    Axeldouche

    Is the MSM going into serious CYA mode?

  3. August 24, 2012 8:32 am

    This brought a tear to my eye – background video of Bush throwing out the first pitch at Yankee Stadium following 911. Now I disagreed with Bush on most things and never voted for him (although I would now if he was running against the POS) but d@mn if he doesn’t come across as a regular guy, a patriotic American and a real man in this clip.

    Unlike you-know-who.

  4. foxyladi14 permalink
    August 24, 2012 11:25 am

    Good morning friends. 🙂
    I have no Avatar at the Pink site.I am posting on the WP.org.
    Also I do not do that htlm thingy.
    I scroll down till a little comment box comes up.
    And since I am smarter then the Average Bear. 😆
    once I get there i minimize that page and then go back when there is something to post.:)

  5. August 24, 2012 1:04 pm

    foxy- you can post a youtube video within your comments here.

    no need for html savvy- just copy the web address of the y-tube from your address box and paste into the comment box where you want to see it.

    click ( post comment ) and it will show up like magic..

  6. August 24, 2012 1:14 pm

    but d@mn if he doesn’t come across as a regular guy, a patriotic American and a real man in this clip.

    Unlike you-know-who.
    ________________

    Really- most Republicans are true patriots. Bush may not be the sharpest knife in the draw but he can wing it successfully, laugh at himself and handle a heckler with out giving us a sermon beginning with “now look folks”-

  7. August 24, 2012 2:03 pm

    Water spurt alert!

    Mitt says no one has ever asked to see his birth certificate.

    POS is ticked off.

    Our take: Gov. Romney’s decision to directly enlist himself in the birther movement should give pause to any rational voter across America.

    — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 24, 2012

    Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha

  8. August 24, 2012 2:10 pm

    OMG! Smile warning!

    Jessica the hippo (from NQ)

  9. foxyladi14 permalink
    August 24, 2012 3:47 pm

    Awwwwwwww that is so cute. 🙂

  10. August 24, 2012 3:47 pm

    i love your posts, but i like this one more than the others, so i read it all over again. lista de email lista de email lista de email lista de email lista de email

  11. Jen the Michigander permalink
    August 24, 2012 5:55 pm

    I know where those hospitals are!

  12. August 24, 2012 6:19 pm

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED the movie 2016-

    Obama

    15 min trailer: with narrator Dinesh D’Souza

  13. August 24, 2012 7:27 pm

    I am going to see it either Monday or Tuesday and will report back.

  14. August 24, 2012 7:33 pm

    But I wish the title was different, like “The roots of Obama’s Rage” as was the name of another D’Souza book. 2016: Obama’s America is a vague and silly title. IMHO.

  15. August 24, 2012 9:22 pm

    Bill and Hill on Vacation until the Sept 5th

    Bill and Hill

    Taking their pooches for a walk in East Hampton.. arf!

  16. August 24, 2012 9:32 pm

    wyntre permalink
    August 24, 2012 7:27 pm

    I am going to see it either Monday or Tuesday and will report back.
    ………………

    Everyone I’ve spoken to about the movie say it is excellent.. 2016 is limited to select theaters- So far, we’d have to go to the Big city.. not crazy about that idea. So I will wait..

  17. August 24, 2012 9:44 pm

    Aug 24, 2012

    Obama has millions of fake Twitter followers

    President Obama’s Twitter account has 18.8 million followers — but more than half of them really don’t exist, according to reports.

    A new Web tool has determined that 70% of Obama’s crowd includes “fake followers,” The New York Times reports in a story about how Twitter followers can be purchased.

    “The practice has become so widespread that StatusPeople, a social media management company in London, released a Web tool last month called the Fake Follower Check that it says can ascertain how many fake followers you and your friends have,” the Times reports.

    “Fake accounts tend to follow a lot of people but have few followers,” said Rob Waller, a founder of StatusPeople. “We then combine that with a few other metrics to confirm the account is fake.”

    If accurate, the number of fake followers out there is surprising. According to the StatusPeople tool, 71 percent of Lady Gaga’s nearly 29 million followers are “fake” or “inactive.” So are 70 percent of President Obama’s nearly 19 million followers.

    Republican opponent Mitt Romney has far fewer Twitter followers — not quite 900,000 — but it’s a good bet that some of them are fake as well.

    Both campaigns have denied buying Twitter followers.

    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/theoval/post/2012/08/obama-has-millions-of-fake-twitter-followers/1#.UDeS1NZlQ19

  18. August 24, 2012 9:54 pm

    >UVA Declines Obama Campaign Request
    Aug 24, 2012

    A University of Virginia spokeswoman says President Barack Obama will not be at the university when he comes to Charlottesville on Wednesday. In a statement released Friday, it was confirmed that the university declined the president’s request to speak at UVA.

    UVA says the Obama campaign requested the use of one of two outdoor venues – the Amphitheater or the Harrison-Small Library plaza. The university declined the request for a number of reasons including class cancellations, which UVA estimates could be more than 186 classes on the second day of school. The other main reason is they would have to take on the full cost of security, and because of university policy and their federal and state tax exempt status, they would have to offer the same opportunity to the other candidate so as not to show favor for either candidate.

    Other than the denied request from the university, questions still remain about the where and when of the event.

    The Albemarle County Democratic Party blocked off 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on their website’s calendar for Obama’s visit, but there is still a lot of speculation and uncertainty.

    UVA spokesperson Carol Wood confirmed President Obama will not be speaking at the university. Meanwhile, other information coming in Friday is narrowing down the details.
    ……………….

    Try the Univ of Kenya. Just a suggestion-

  19. August 24, 2012 10:00 pm

    Hurricane Isaac Is An Answered Prayer For GOP

    August 24, 2012

    Everyone is worried about how the storm will affect the Republican National Convention in Tampa. From the weather reports it’s supposed to be a Category 1 or 2 hurricane.

    The Tampa convention center has seen storms like that before and shrugged them off. It’ll be dry and air-conditioned indoors where all the delegates and campaigners will be. When the storm hits who will be the most affected? The leftist protesters, of course. How much fun can it be to picket in 70 mph winds and torrential rains? Why, the signs they carry will be torn from the sticks. And the paint will run, making them unreadable. Tents will be blown away. Joints will be doused. How much fun is that?

    Someone will pass out raincoats to the protesters who never thought to bring one but the Tampa police have said that umbrellas are to be prohibited. How much fun is that? Spray painted ‘tags’ will run from the rain!

  20. August 26, 2012 10:35 pm

    Tellurian:
    “A little explanation is in order about the “quote”..

    Daily Kos gained a reputation for banning posters who didn’t agree with their opinions. It follows…

    Apparently, the admin on Pink either bet heavily on Intrade Rubio would be Romney’s VP or admin’s threat Romney couldn’t win Florida if he didn’t pick Rubio fell on deaf ears because the Republicans may have a better plan.

    And as far as the Republicans are concerned, they helped elect Obama and they feel, they can UN-Elect him if they choose to do so- with or without Rubio because “It’s The Economy”- (no offense intended) Stupid…”

    I am familiar with DailyKooks, having had my own comments”troll rated” out of existence there, so I got the reference. I was just asking which article it was where all hell broke loose in the comments.

    You asked if I had a link to the comment where you advocated a third party and I do not have it bookmarked, but I remember wbboei made the observation that it was time for an Independent and you (iirc) agreed. If I have time I’ll go back and look, it was about three weeks ago.

    You may have noticed that the “what’s going on here?” question was ignored in the pink comments, but it was after the new article was up. Admin may not have seen it, or may have chosen to ignore it.

    I agree with your comment that the Republicans helped elect Obama, but you are referring to the neocons in the McCain campaign I presume. It seems to me they are also sobotaging R&R by advising Romney not to release his tax returns (stupid) and barely mentioning Solyndra or Fast and Furious.

    zp

  21. August 27, 2012 1:00 am

    “You asked if I had a link to the comment where you advocated a third party and I do not have it bookmarked, but I remember wbboei made the observation that it was time for an Independent and you (iirc) agreed. If I have time I’ll go back and look, it was about three weeks ago.”
    ……………….

    We level the playing field by dealing in facts. Now you’ve included wbboei in your memory.
    We’ve learned along the way, we source the quotes we are discussing from memory giving the other party equal opportunity to review them. i) the accuracy of the quote, ii) the intent of the quote, iii) the relevancy of the quote in the entire conversation. So, you brought this up, it is your responsibility to come forward with the quotes. Please supply BOTH quotes to clear up this matter.

    …………………

    “I agree with your comment that the Republicans helped elect Obama, but you are referring to the neocons in the McCain campaign I presume. It seems to me they are also sobotaging R&R by advising Romney not to release his tax returns (stupid) and barely mentioning Solyndra or Fast and Furious.”
    ………………..

    I don’t understand your logic because once more you have not supplied any evidence of sabotage by who, how or when. All you’ve done is volunteer your opinion which you are entitled to. You pose your opinion to me and I do not agree with you. I do agree with Romney however, he should not release any more than the two years of Tax Returns he has already supplied. Why should he? There isn’t a rule he must follow allowing the opposing team to ask for an unlimited number of Tax Returns when Obama hasn’t released his college transcripts, a valid birth certificate, his transcripts from Columbia. What has any of this to do with helping Americans? We want a candidate with a workable vision for the country. A candidate capable of fixing the Economy, Creating Jobs , Stopping Home Foreclosures, Improving Education, Instituting a policy on Immigration with restrictions, Reforming Obamacare, the biggest job killer stunting the growth of businesses and preventing the evolution of new start-up businesses. This is one of Obama’s tactics to mire down his opponet in nonsensical arguments that in the end are meaningless. We want to know what are Romney and Ryan’s plans for giving us back our country and making our country whole once again? It’s that simple.

    Neo-Cons are the Far Right Wing of the Republican Party. Romney would not be able to win this next election without them and he knows it. I think Romney picking Ryan ( the neo-cons choice) for his running mate was a brilliant move. Ryan has the credentials. He demonstrated his actuarial acumen on financial matters to Obama when he relayed his findings about ObamaCare (in the video) stating that Obama intends on borrowing $750B from Medi-Care to fund ObamaCare.
    ………………….

    Solyndra and Fast and Furious should not be mentioned by RorR because they are under investigation and haven’t been adjudicated yet. It would be a catastrophic mistake for Romney or Ryan to say such a thing.. Other people can- like you, me or the guy next door. But highly inappropriate for a candidate to accuse his opposition of a crime that has not been proven as fact.

    At the very end of this clip is where you see Ryan burying Obama in his health Care debacle with hard cold facts. The facts that Nancy Pelosi dismissed out of hand when she said: “we’ll have to pass it (O-Care) to find out what’s in it.”


  22. August 27, 2012 4:54 pm

    “We level the playing field by dealing in facts. Now you’ve included wbboei in your memory.
    We’ve learned along the way, we source the quotes we are discussing from memory giving the other party equal opportunity to review them. i) the accuracy of the quote, ii) the intent of the quote, iii) the relevancy of the quote in the entire conversation. So, you brought this up, it is your responsibility to come forward with the quotes. Please supply BOTH quotes to clear up this matter.”
    _______

    I recounted the exchange merely to refresh your memory, not to make an issue out of it. But since your dishing attitude here’s your quote and the link to the comment in question (I was mistaken about the date – it was more like 6 weeks ago):

    “Mrs. Smith
    July 10th, 2012 at 11:28 am

    wbboei
    July 10th, 2012 at 11:04 am

    We need a third party.
    _____________________

    I would be happy to have an “opposition” party..
    Instead of the one party system we have now- Then again, this is what the T-Party represents spearheaded by Palin.”

    The link:
    http://www.hillaryis44.org/2012/07/09/frodo-baggins-john-roberts-the-rolling-stones-john-marshall-marbury-and-the-return-of-tax-and-spend-liberal-part-iii/#comment-383216

    And as for “responsibility” goes, I have asked you for links to back up the statements you made about Pink”

    “As has been evident over the last week when longtime posters and avid Hillary supporters like Basil, Moononpluto, Mrs. Smith and many others who have taken offense to the comments posted by the (imposter) admin use of abrasive comments because we support Romney-Ryan.”

    I know you can’t prove that your comments were deleted, but the above shouldn’t be that hard to source.

    Thanks, zp

  23. August 27, 2012 5:05 pm

    ” I do agree with Romney however, he should not release any more than the two years of Tax Returns he has already supplied. Why should he?”

    Because it’s a golden opportunity to show his generous contributions to charity and refute the stereotype that Republicans are greedy, while also contrasting the miserly contributions to charity the Obama’s made (0.4 percent of their income when they were making a quarter million a year- does that number, zeropointfour, sound familiar to you???). A missed opportunity to show Obama up for the phony balony “caring guy” he isn’t. Perhaps you’ve heard the latest polls pushed by the media that the public feels Obama “cares” about them – a comparison of tax returns could show that to be not the case.

    “This is one of Obama’s tactics to mire down his opponet in nonsensical arguments that in the end are meaningless.”

    Exactly. So why get mired down, especially when he could have taken the offensive on the tax returns as I mentioned above?

    zp

  24. August 27, 2012 7:12 pm

    (I was mistaken about the date – it was more like 6 weeks ago):
    _______________

    Oh, so now it’s six weeks not 3 weeks ago. Your memory has been proven quite unreliable. FYI six weeks ago there was no VP candidate mentioned except for Rubio. Everyone was all in for Rubio. Paul Ryan was never discussed as a possible candidate or his credentials because the Oracle decided Romney could NEVER win without Rubio. Hows that prediction working out for ya?

    FREESPIRIT, I understand your knowledge is limited of what the quotes around “opposition” party meant.. The comment was directed at another poster not you…and the mention of Sarah Palin as a Third Party also went way over your head for the same reason.

    So, thank you for your response. And just a one time warning to you for the future. Personal attacks or disrespectful sniping comments i.e. “But since your dishing attitude”, will not be tolerated by me or to any other poster on this board..

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