By Carole on Oct 4, 2012
In a desperate attempt to deflect from President Barack Obama's overwhelming defeat in last night's debate, the Democratic National Committee has released a new video. Featuring clips of left-leaning media pundits complaining that Governor Mitt Romney was "a little over aggressive" and "went after the moderator," the spot shows how little Team Obama has to work with after their candidate lost on every issue and by every measure.
By Carole on Aug 22, 2012
Vice President Joe Biden gave another speech and therefore made another inappropriate comment. Appearing at a Minneapolis campaign event yesterday, Mr. Biden referred to Republican critics of Obama administration policies as "squealing pigs" and that's the sound byte that's getting all the media attention. Rude, crass and uncivil as it is; it's not the part of that speech journalists should be highlighting for voters.
By Carole on May 2, 2012
Shortly before his untimely death, conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart vowed that during the current election cycle, President Barack Obama would finally be vetted. Sadly Mr. Breitbart is no longer here to keep that promise and the mainstream media continues to obfuscate our Candidate-in-Chief's past, but others are taking on the task of digging up the truth. This week the buried facts concern Mr. Obama's college transcripts and an alleged incident with his 'New York girlfriend' Genevieve Cook described in detail in his autobiography.
By Carole on Jan 8, 2012
In this morning's GOP presidential debate, NBC moderator David Gregory asked Texas Governor Rick Perry a question about electability. Governor Perry took it a step further and laid out the three big questions primary voters should be asking themselves: "Who is it that can beat Obama? Who is it that can invigorate the tea party? Who is it that can take the message of smaller outsider government that's truly going to change that place?"
By Carole on Dec 1, 2011
While Ron Paul attacks Newt Gingrich for being a flip-flopper, Newt Gingrich attacks Mitt Romney for his too-liberal record and Mitt Romney attacks Fox News for being "overly aggressive," one GOP presidential contender is focused on the issues that matter. In a new ad, Texas Governor Rick Perry compares President Barack Obama's rhetoric on energy to that of former President Jimmy Carter showing that little has changed in over 30 years.