Archive for October 2012
Clint Eastwood has cut an ad supporting Romney. You may now imagine for yourself all the whining and bitching Clint will occasion this time.
In light of the final debate, this Yogi Love cartoon seems especially appropriate.
Short version is that Romney looked presidential, His Oneness did not. Fred Barnes shows why Romney passed the test. Howie Carr zeroes in on some of the best moments. Selwyn Duke reminds us that the last glimpse of Obama on national TV is the real Obama, petulant, thin-skinned, and a liar.
Did this debate help Obama? Perhaps his aggressiveness and rudeness bade his base feel better, but I doubt it will change the numbers, and even worse for His Oneness, it won’t leave voters searching for a reason to re-elect him. Optimism is infectious, and Romney offered it aplenty. Obama’s descent into self-righteous indignation had me in mind of Jimmy carter blaming us voters for lacking the exquisite good sense to re-elect him.
Why did Our Lady of Perpetual Dissatisfaction talk about toilets overflowing when urging people to vote early? Because it’s illegal to tell them to vote often, even if you have no class.
Courtesy of the NAACP, ACLU and other lefty groups, the USA will have international monitors at some of our polling places, looking out for cases of disenfranchisement. Too bad they won’t be watching for voter fraud instead.
I’m much more comfortable with the well-trained volunteers of True the Vote, who are at some personal risk from the goons of Obama’s labor unions and others.