I’m 67-years-old. I’m a veteran, retired police officer and lifelong American patriot. If Obama wins re-election after his communist policies of the past four years, every person that voted for him will have asked for the loss of their country, national sovereignty and personal liberties. For those that oppose Obama, it will truly be a disaster. For me, I’ll die a free American!
I am in agreement with Chuck Norris and a lot of others regarding the likelihood of a massive voter fraud. I got this impression when the DNC so quickly fired Stephanie Caballero a while back for coaching a young lady how to vote twice . Normally, the Democrats would instantly demonize the light shedder, but in this case, they didn’t utter a word, instead agreeing that this was wrong and taking steps to fire her.
We know vote fraud is coming; how do we prevent it?
Wouldn’t it be the better part of wisdom to totally withdraw all Americans (military, government, civilian, including U.S. companies’ personnel) from all Middle East anti-U.S. countries?
I’m 83 (my wife is 81), and I’m a rabid, right-wing ultra-conservative tea-party Republican. According to Janet Napolitano, that makes me a terrorist. And Obama wants to kill me because I’m too old.
I was born in 1929. When I was a child and I got sick, my mother would call the doctor, and sometimes he would come to the house. When I was about 10 years old, I had a bout with asthma, and the doctor had to come out a few times and give me a shot of adrenalin so I could breathe. My family paid the doctor. When I was treated by an allergy specialist, my family paid the doctor. In the fall of 1941, not long before Pearl ... continue reading »
I note that you are characteristically politically “sticking-it-to” Obama. This is natural, in political struggles, but you have missed the boat it what the secretaries of defense and state did! ["Hey! Obama didn't get bin Laden"] In essence, they usurped political and military power, arresting it from the hands of the commander in chief. Apparently, they do not trust the president.
This is nothing new in U.S. politics. The bureaucrats did this to Lincoln and Kennedy. The difference here is that they the usurpers were not subtle, at least withi ... continue reading »
The question is not “Are you better off now than you were four years age?” The real question is “Are you angrier now than you were four years ago?” Think about it. The 47 percent scream, “More, more, more! We want MORE!” The 53 percent are crying, “Enough is enough! We have nothing left for you to steal from us.” And we all know, both sides are really angry with the other. Just read the letters to the editor in any publication. Our great nation appears to be split in two, with both sides vehemently mad at each other. How in the world did we get here?