Wednesday, 19 September 2012



The media are going into overdrive after Mitt Romney said that a huge chunk of Obama supporters who "don't pay taxes" will never vote for him as they believe they are "victims" and will back the president "no matter what."

In other news Barack Obama, in a 1998 conference, said that he believes in "redistribution." 
Obama also said in 2008 “I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody."

I really don't understand the furore over this.  Romney and Obama were telling the truth. Everyone knows that team Obama is about ‘victimhood’ and that team Romney is about ‘prosperity’.

While we are talking about the truth...........

On Sept. 11 there was an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya which left the U.S. ambassador J.Christopher Stevens and three others dead.

After his feeble statement and visit to the State Department; The President had the following presidential schedule:

6:50 PM
The President arrives Las Vegas, Nevada

9:10 PM
The President delivers remarks at a campaign event

10:25 PM
The President departs Las Vegas, Nevada en route Aurora, Colorado

When you see an ambassador of your country being dragged through the streets, that should make your blood boil! The idea of fundraising should be the last thing on your mind. It should have  been unconscionable to even think about $$$$ for an election until the perpetrators of this attack had met the full force of American retribution. Well, not with Barack Obama!!!!
Not only did he go to Vegas, he then said to a group of DNC volunteers:

“The sacrifices that our troops and our diplomats make are obviously very different from the challenges that we face here domestically but like them, you guys (volunteers) are Americans who sense that we can do better than we’re doing….I’m just really proud of you”

So David Axelrod and all the folks  are as important as the solider serving in the Afghanistan! 
We can now add our brave soldiers serving throughout the world onto the Obama apology list
Well done Mr. President.

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