Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Commies on Parade in Charlotte.

I really have no reason to watch the Democratic National Convention.  I already know what the hate America first hordes are going to say over the next 3 days. Romney and Ryan said this and that and will do this and that. I'm sure they will use the theme of the mythical GOP's "War On Women" repeatedly, along with the promotion of their rainbow gay marriage platform. The Democratic Convention in Charlotte will be a showcase of the who's who among radical progressives, socialists and even communists. If you are going to watch the far left freak show for laughs, you might want to keep a mental note in the back of your minds on the issues you won't hear talked about. You won't hear Barack Obama nor his supporters talk about his failure of an economic record over the past four years. Presidents who have great or even good records will always promote their track record as a reason to validate why they should be re elected. Clearly, that isn't going to happen. Obama and the Democrats are going to try and make their 2012 convention a carbon copy of the 2008 convention in which Obama was an attack dog in an open election cycle against McCain. Unfortunately for him and his supporters, that won't be the case. McCain isn't running again, and more importantly Bush is a distant memory. Since Obama is the incumbent, he will be judged as such. What won't be talked about is how more and more people feel that they aren't better off today then they were four years ago. As Food stamp usage has again reached yet another record high, I doubt this sad fact will be mentioned. Well, it won't be mentioned unless it's in a fake attack charge of racism against Romney or his supporters who dares to mention the obvious. I'm sure I will be informed of the insanity to come out of the convention over the next three days, so there will be no need for me to watch.


Blogger No said...

I live an hour from Charlotte and I am ignoring all local news. and don't wanna even go near that place while they're here.

But speaking of this"war on women": How can the Democrats be the party of women and gays when they embrace Islam?

Since Islam hates gays and treats women like dirt.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CB-"I already know what the hate America first hordes are going to say over the next 3 days. Romney and Ryan said this and that and will do this and that."
Ever notice that those on the far Left will say or do anything in act of desperation to use scare tactics, without any evidence to support their claim?

As for Obama's supporters, lately I've seen that there are less, and less of his supporters in attendance; unlike how he filled up event centers during his first campaign. Most of them who voted for him (I myself included), are disappointed on how he is running the country, decided to keep their distance and take a chance on Romney.

I was far more impressed with the RNC, but I'm not going to waste my time watching the DNC, because lately, Obama and his supporters, all they can do make excuses and blame the problem of the country onto other people and not taking any responsibility.

4:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Being president doesn't change who you are, it reveals who you are."-Michelle Obama.

OK, I lied. I'm switching back and forth to the DNC. Looking at the audience, it looks like that almost half the audience members are less enthused.

As for what Michelle O., she gives credit to Barry for creating more jobs, while for "some reason" we are $16 trillion in dept. Where is she getting this information that the economy is getting better?

11:56 PM  
Blogger Sally J said...

How about that crazy platform voice vote at the DNC?! Anyone with one working ear could hear that the Ayes and Nays, even with three separate votes!, were about 50/50. But the Dems cheated and added back to the Party platform the lines about "God-given potential" and Jerusalem being Israel's capital -- not out of principle , but to hold onto the Christian and Jewish vote. Even though half their delegates voted "Nay".

Hopefully the religious folks and others can see through the Dem shenanigans and lies.

2:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Loved reading your comments. I am
at a loss as to why so many people who profess to follow Jesus can vote for a party who represents gay marriage, abortion for any reason - including sex selection - and now attempting to throw God out of their party platform. I believe the Good Lord will allow us our rebellion for a time - and then the judgement.

11:17 AM  

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