In today’s American Spectator I chronicle the five stages of grief endured by a conservative (i.e. yours truly) who has witnessed 61 million voters get fooled … again: Last Tuesday evening I went to bed in denial … I declined to believe that a majority of the voters were stupid enough to re-elect a President […]
Category Archives: Romney BS
I January I wrote a column titled, “The Thelma & Louise Party,” in which I said that a Romney nomination spelled doom. I said that he was Obama’s preferred opponent, and many Dems said so as well: As former DNC Chair Donna Brazile admitted after a recent Republican debate, and Peter Ferrara reiterated on Wednesday, […]
Pollster Frank Luntz spoke to another group of former Obama voters after Monday’s final debate, and the results boiled down to this: America cannot have a strong foreign policy without a strong economy—-and they thought Romney beat Obama on the latter issue:
Krauthammer declares Romney the winner strategically and tactically, says Romney went big-picture while Obama went shockingly small. Romney seemed Presidential and Obama did not. Krauthammer believes Romney may have won the election tonight:
My column in today’s American Spectator contemplates what it means for the republic if the President’s media pimps dupe the voters into re-electing him: Shortly after ObamaCare was passed and signed by the President, Michael Tanner of the Cato Institute noted a sudden plethora of articles that had begun to appear in a wide variety […]
Romney is actually quite funny, believe it or not, and gets in quite a few poignant digs as well. He also takes several roundhouse swipes at the “news” media:
Frank Luntz conducted another debate focus group last night and its participants were mostly former Obama supporters. A majority of them have decided to switch their votes to Romney, largely because they believe Romney was more Presidential and that Obama has been lying to them. Here’s how one participant put it: He lied to get […]
If you want a sense of how badly Romney beat Obama in last night’s debate, watch Chris Matthews moan and groan and about Obama’s pathetic debate performance: I don’t know what he was doing out there … He had his head down. He was enduring the debate rather than fighting it. Sweet!
Today, the President actual said this: The most important lesson I’ve learned is you can’t change Washington from the inside. Mitt Romney’s response was as follows: He said he can’t change Washington from inside. He can only change it from outside. Well, we’re gonna give him that chance in November. He’s going outside.
In today’s American Spectator I debunk the brazen lies told at the Democratic National Convention about the Ryan plan for salvaging Medicare: He and Democrat Ron Wyden have proposed a package of reforms that combine free market competition with premium support that is so eminently sensible it has attracted more bipartisan accolades than any plan […]