But when shall we be stronger?

2012 October 17
by justrand

On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry gave what I truly believe is the greatest speech in the history of mankind (note: I don’t consider the ‘Sermon on the Mount’ to a “speech”…it was a sermon)

Towards the middle of his casus belli, Patrick Henry posed a question that resonates (or should) with us today: “But when shall we be stronger?”

This question was pointed directly at those who hoped there would be a more favorable time for action (if need be) in the future…and he had alluded to them early in his speech:

Mr. President, it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren, till she transforms us into beasts.”

There are those who cling to the hope that if Barack Obama is reelected there will be another chance “later on” to put America back on the path our Founders intended. To which I reply, if we cannot effect such change now, “when shall we be stronger?”

Patrick Henry then asked: “Will it be the next week, or the next year? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house?”

But in our time the question is: “Will it be in the next election, when 4 more years of Obama have seen all hope of Voter Identification wiped out, and our every move is controlled (directly or indirectly) by the government…our very access to medical attention depending upon the government favoring us with such? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a government agent monitors every sermon, every utterance, every communication…in the name of “Fairness”?

There is much that a President Mitt Romney MAY do…for better or ill. There is one thing he WILL do (or rather, make possible): he will provide an opportunity for a do-over in four years.

The ONLY reason Obama has slowed down in his push for an Imperial Presidency is that he needed to be reelected…he needed “flexibility”. If reelected he will not even wait to be re-inaugurated…he will step on the Statist gas and run roughshod over what remains of our Constitution and the “co-equal branches of government”.  Depend upon it.

Henry’s next question applies to us now, as it did those in attendance in 1775: “Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance, by lying supinely on our backs, and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot?”

Make no mistake, President Obama WILL have us “bound hand and foot” well within 4 more years. And then what? With TalkRadio, FoxNews, and Conservative blog-sites such as this muzzled…or outlawed…how shall we fight back?

“It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, “Peace! Peace!” — but there is no peace.”

Except in our case it’s: “Gentlemen may cry, “2016! 2016! – but 2016 will NOT matter!”

There are those have declared that though they are opposed to Obama, they will “sit this election out” (or vote 3rd Party) to display their dissatisfaction with Romney (and/or ANY “Mormon”)…such willingness provides aid & comfort to the enemy of American freedom: Barack Obama. In the words of Patrick Henry: “Forbid it, Almighty God!”

I pray not for the victory of Romney, but for the defeat of Obama. In 2012, however, it is the same prayer.


82 Responses leave one →
  1. 2012 October 17 1:36 pm
    justrand permalink

  2. 2012 October 17 1:51 pm
    judyt2012 permalink

    IN all of the confusion of when Obama finally admitted Benghazi wasn’t a result of a protest about a video but an AQ terrorist attack, DON’T FORGET… Obama refuses to call FT. HOOD murders a terrorist attack and still calls it workplace violence.

  3. 2012 October 17 1:54 pm
    judyt2012 permalink

    I fear the expansion of evil if Obama is re-elected. It seems that America has slipped into an immoral cesspool. When evil in all forms is churning all around you it becomes even more difficult to walk in the light

  4. 2012 October 17 1:56 pm
    beej permalink

    Awesome post, justrand. What a way you have with words and history. Perfect response to those who are being so selfish as to think it would be better to stay home and not vote. I understand folks not wanting to violate their principles, I’ve been there, done that, but how is allowing Obama to win protecting anyone’s precious principles? Isn’t it in our hearts and minds to promote and secure the constitution and our country, our very freedoms? We can’t very well do that if we no longer have a country…

    I’m just blown away. Someone has lost their ever-loving mind. I’ll take the Mormon over the Moron any day and twice on Sundays.

    We will have work to do, but oh my God, if Obama wins, we are really…well, it’s all over then, cause the fat lady will have sung.

  5. 2012 October 17 1:59 pm
    booshkindoggin permalink

    The Founding Fathers! The Almighty’s hand must have been guiding their actions 2 1/2 centuries ago, but clearly they kept their hearts open to the Message.

  6. 2012 October 17 2:03 pm

    re #2 – Yup it was and still is referred to by him as “workplace violence”. 🙄

  7. 2012 October 17 2:17 pm
    JustMary permalink

    In 4 years, if churches are not outlawed, there will be a government official in the back pew of every one. Only pre approved messages may be taught. Count on it. Churches that still wish to preach the non-diluted gospel will be forced to do so…underground. This is what the churches in China go through, and it will absolutely happen here. Additionally, we have only to look at who Obama admires, to see what direction he plans to take.

  8. 2012 October 17 2:29 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    After the media orgasm is over, they are realizing that Romney won all the key points in their own polls.

    Don’t seem to be touting their own polls. BUT, THE VOTERS KNOW!!! AND THAT IS WHAT COUNTS!!!

    Rom is over 50% in Gallup and above the margin of error.


  9. 2012 October 17 2:30 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Dr. Thanks for endorsing my Election 2012 Final Word. Anyone else?

  10. 2012 October 17 2:34 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    The stupidest comment made last night:

    – “The Won: Gasoline was cheaper because the Economy was bad!!”

    Can anyone please explain this?

  11. 2012 October 17 2:34 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    RP, Its all too obvious at this point RP! 🙂

  12. 2012 October 17 2:36 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #10 Didn’t you hear? Our economy is doing just fine! Tis why we are paying almost $5 a gallon! Hooray!

  13. 2012 October 17 2:36 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    “It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, “Peace! Peace!” — but there is no peace.”

    Indeed, JR, indeed.

  14. 2012 October 17 2:40 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    I guess when our economy really gets bad, we will all get free gas.

    Actually, sounds like he was trying to pass Gas.

  15. 2012 October 17 2:40 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    …or blow smoke up our rear end.

  16. 2012 October 17 2:44 pm

    “The Won: Gasoline was cheaper because the Economy was bad!!”

    Can anyone please explain this?

    The theory being that reduced economic activity reduces demand for gas.
    Theoretically speaking, if no one drove anymore, gas prices would be zero,
    as demand would be zero. Same for buggy whips. Somehow he never takes the supply side of this equation into account.

  17. 2012 October 17 2:44 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    JR, excellent post. We conservatives will be no stronger than now. Three election cycles from now there will be fewer of us by gross numbers.

    Henry’s speech reenacted — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lxcc44yQGrU

  18. 2012 October 17 2:48 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    IP, dittoes to you about how Beej is always welcome here.

    I got on WEC a couple of days back. He deserves our scorn if he admits he will stay home and not vote in the most important election in our lifetimes.

  19. 2012 October 17 2:49 pm
    justrand permalink

    thx, beej! I’ve missed ya! 🙂

  20. 2012 October 17 2:49 pm

    I understand his angst, but self immolation is a bit of a stretch.

  21. 2012 October 17 3:00 pm
    MI Conservative permalink

    Am I the only one who thinks gallup is fudging numbers so it looks like Obama is gaining huge numbers the next week.

  22. 2012 October 17 3:03 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    WEC’s heart is in the right place. He just needs to understand that a banzai attack of Libertarian won’t take Freedom Hill.

  23. 2012 October 17 3:05 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Two perps in Dallas do a house burglary, head up the stairs and meet a woman with a gun. One wounded, one at large. Just happened.

  24. 2012 October 17 3:16 pm

  25. 2012 October 17 3:24 pm
    drdog09 permalink


  26. 2012 October 17 3:26 pm


  27. 2012 October 17 3:32 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Didnt seem to me that ole Patrick Henry simply wanted to replace the current Tyrant (the king of England) with a more “acceptable” one or one that simply was part of his political club


    He fought hard to educate people on the dangers of Authoritrian, top-down, elitest, run-of-men not law, unlimited government……

    As pointed out, he wasnt a wishful thinker or dreamer…….he took meaninful actions not siddling up with whatever Statist political charlitan that happened to placate him with meaningless platitudes

    As far as the world as we know it ending…….well the world of Constitutional government and Liberty has been dying for over 100 years

    Its good to see everyone getting concerned about this trend now

  28. 2012 October 17 3:36 pm

    The day may come when we can no longer maintain freedom by the ballot box,
    and we must resort to the cartridge box, but we aren’t there yet.

  29. 2012 October 17 3:40 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #18 The important thing is not “voting” or participating in some ritual that puts the appearance of approval on the oligarchy we have this country……

    The meaningful things is espousing and acting on the right principles…..

    Which at this momment, I refuse to compromise again

    Especially on the vauge hope that an Estabishment GOP wind-sock will somehow get a clue about Liberty, Individual Rights and REAL free market economics

    But hey, if you can rationalize doing that…..go for it

    As far as this being “the most super duper critical election ever”……..arent they all according to the professional politicans and media?

    Read history…….we have been on a 150 year slide back toward re-instatement of centralized, authoritrian Oligarchy – which has been the norm in human history

    I have lived under Statist leaders and Congress my entire life, and yes there has been a steady compounding of Federal power at the expense of the state and individuals that entire time

    So I am not going to freak out or compromise my values about that anymore

    I dont base my life or freedom anymore on the pronoucements or “laws” of flawed men called “politicans” for sure

  30. 2012 October 17 3:43 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #28 Right, the bloated authoritrian Statist regieme will collapse under its own super-size greed and hypocracy…..eventually…..maybe sooner…..maybe later…….but it will

    No statist politian or establishment hack is going to “reform” or change it any meaningful way since they are personnally vested in it

    Best to educate people on what went haywire and how to start over again the right way

    Just me…..trying to deal with reality

  31. 2012 October 17 3:45 pm
    justrand permalink

    MIC (#21)…they’ve done it before! I think they’re already “poised” to find a bump for Obama based on last night’s 2-on-1 debate

  32. 2012 October 17 3:47 pm

    Libertarian nihilism~~~The mistaken belief that we just wait until the system collapses,
    than ride in on our white libertarian horse to save the day.
    Result~~~The rider is killed and the horse is eaten by the roving mob.

  33. 2012 October 17 3:48 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Levin is really ripping last night’s debate.

  34. 2012 October 17 3:53 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Note to everybody. Anytime Libya is mentioned, Obammer loses.

    That is why Candy cut him off.

    The Romney train is moving downhill. Obama can’t find the brake. Pretty soon he will be under the fast moving train.


  35. 2012 October 17 3:55 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Here is some cause for **sarc** “optimism”……..after 6 years of non-stop campaigning, maybe we should be good at…..

    “Obama on debates: He’s getting ‘the hang of this thing’”


  36. 2012 October 17 3:58 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    WEC: “Just me…..trying to deal with reality”

    Well…here is the reality you need to deal with.

    One party is anti-country, anti-God, anti-capitalism.

    Do you know or recognize the difference?

    If not, I am sorely dissapointed in you!!

  37. 2012 October 17 4:12 pm

    10 – Do you really need it explained to you? You do remember oil was like 115$ a barrel at the beginning of sept 2008, and it was like 50$ in November. Contracting economies everywhere = less demand or perception of demand hence the lower price. You may not like it but what the president said was pretty dam accurate as to why the prices were where they were – at that exact moment in time. Of course this does not mean they shot higher because world economy skyrocketed, but a combo of partial recovery and the fed flooding the market with dollars = something oil is priced in. Course the later was never touched on at the debate.

  38. 2012 October 17 4:16 pm

    26 – F’ing classic.

  39. 2012 October 17 4:16 pm

    34 – What no bus? 😉

  40. 2012 October 17 4:18 pm

    29 – Dude if you think not voting is any sort of solution you’ve lost your mind, by all means vote for who you want in most states you have many choices, but vote.

  41. 2012 October 17 4:22 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #32 No not “mistaken”……..realistic assumption based on historical evidence

    This bloated authoritrian system will collapse inevitably

    It will NOT reform itself from “within” by one of its own – and it will crush and cast out any outsider who attempts to do so!

    Look at the Catholic Church during the Reformation, the Roman Empire, the old USSR……heck any authoritian govertment…..until collapse or forced to from outside

  42. 2012 October 17 4:30 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #40 I may or may not vote…..but I aint gonna broadcast that choice on here nor heap unfounded rebuking on those who, for rational reasons, chose not to participate in a prefunctionary ritual

    The point is choosing……..yes, choosing not to chose is a choice

    In fact, the goal is to have a society respective to individual rights and free markets and a government so constrained in its power that the “choice” or vote or whomever holds the office beomes irrelevant

    The fact that we increasing have this “winner take all” sweepstakes for the power to impose dictatorial fiats on your fellow citizens just shows how far we have strayed from real Liberty

    In fact, when we get those Euro-like 80-90% participation rates in election is when I will get scared crap-less because that means that NO SPHERE of human lives is not up for grabs by simple one-time majority vote…..

    The fact that 50% plus people in this country see no bearing on their personal lives in participating in this political circus simply indicates strength to me in that government is not yet fully pervasive in everybody’s lives yet…..

    That is, their world dont revolve around the fiats of some establishment hack in DC

  43. 2012 October 17 4:41 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #36 I keep hearing that line mindless repeated ad nausem……

    Please inform me of substantive policy positions or better yet ACTIONS by the party or its main candidate that back up your claim of a real difference….

    I have asked for that specifically on dozens of issues:

    Medicare? Is the GOP going to abolish it?

    Medicade? Same

    SS and forced “savings” for your own good? Seems that the GOP keeps talking about “saving” it

    Government run central bank? GOP loves it

    Fiat Money? All for it…..gold standard…..wow…..they want to “investigate” it

    Debt/spending? Continues to increase under Ryan’s plan only at a slightly lesser rate then D’s

    Taxes? Keep em…….simply raise them via elimination of deductions (“simplification”) vice rate increases

    ObamaCare? Love it – invented it (romney) and extended it to elderly (ryan-wyden plan)….keeping it

    Wars? Start new ones in Syria, Iran, and Libya while keeping the current ones in Iraq and Afgan going…..same position as D

    DO Education – DO Commerce – DO Energy? Eliminate them GOP? NOPE…..more money for education!

    So where is this huge difference?

    Damm, how mindless can we get……yep, I am the one with the problem……somehow……go figure

  44. 2012 October 17 4:45 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Scare Bleu!, 43. But I am not surprised.

  45. 2012 October 17 4:58 pm

    21. MI,

    Nope, I think so too. Check out RAS’ numbers. Plus the state numbers do not match.

    I think if the election were held today, Hussein would win.

  46. 2012 October 17 4:59 pm
    JBoz permalink

    Wiley – as a free man, you have the right to vote for whomever you want…or not vote. A vote for Gary Johnson (if that’s where you are leaning) is probably a symbolic vote, but you have that right. I live in the People’s Republik of Illinois, so my vote for Romney will be symbolic too. I say go for it dude.

    By the way, Mrs. Boz’s cousin is dating (might even be engaged to) Gary Johnson’s son. He doesn’t have a prayer, but he’s an alright guy.

  47. 2012 October 17 5:16 pm
    brucefdb permalink

    If the elction were held today Romney would win in a blowout, as he would have in June, July, August and September. And just like he will on November 6th barring some kind of earthshaking event.

    What could that be? You know they will try something.

  48. 2012 October 17 5:31 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    I wonder if Axelrod has called Gallup yet??

  49. 2012 October 17 5:37 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #48 A fake assassination attempt is the rumor. Not on him, but on the family. Has been circulating for a while now. Is he dumb enough to try this? Who knows. There’s really not much left for him to surprise us with, since the unemployment numbers fell flat. There is a website hinting at some kind of surprise, and they are not saying who it will benefit/hurt. The blurred pic they posted looks like a tax form. Romney’s taxes wouldn’t be much of a shock….but Obama’s might be.

  50. 2012 October 17 5:39 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #47 I live in CA, and I actually think we will turn purple this year. While the state might not make a dent for Romney, it may indeed send a message that R candidates should at least stop by and say hello.

  51. 2012 October 17 5:52 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    A fake assassination attempt is the rumor. Not on him, but on the family. — JM

    And the national psyche on the matter — “They missed??”

  52. 2012 October 17 5:54 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “‘Dems and GOP Agree, Government Needs More Money’

    Posted by Michael F. Cannon

    That’s the (fair) title of this blog post over at National Journal‘s Influence Alley:

    The federal government needs more money. That’s one thing both parties can agree on, Republican and Democratic lawmakers said Tuesday. The rub, of course, is how to get it.

    Reps. Peter Roskam, R-Ill., and Allyson Schwartz, D-Pa. said at a National Journal panel on Tuesday morning that there’s no question that more revenue is needed. Democrats say they can raise the money by letting upper-income tax cuts expire, while Republicans say economic growth alone will help raise the cash.

    “We need more revenue,” said Roskam, the House GOP’s chief deputy whip. “If you can get the money to satisfy obligations, that’s an area of common ground.”

    Let’s hear it for duopoly, eh, comrades?

    Without it, we might suffer political parties that question whether those government “obligations” are wise, or necessary, or constitutional; or that point out governments don’t have needs, people do; or that reject the premise that politics is an exercise in deciding who needs what; or that argue for eliminating entire spheres of government activity.

    Can you tell I’ve just watched a presidential debate?”


    Can someone explain the “huge” and “obvious” difference in governing philosophies here that I need to get all worked up about so that I need to spend all my time and money shilling for Willard and the GOP establishment?

  53. 2012 October 17 6:01 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Gotta a story to relate. Having bought the homestead we are having the usual BS of receiving some former resident’s mail. Usual note sends it back to the mailman. But we received two letters from the Board of Elections. So I called them up to pass on the information. The answer —

    “Just send it back Sir. We’ll take it from there.”

    I was dumbfounded.

    They won’t take the information from me over the phone but if I scrawl some nonsense on the envelope they will believe that. What the?! Which then brings me to observe what about absentee ballots? If I wanted to create a bunch of mischief I would just walk down the block opening mailboxes scrawl return to sender and invalidate both a vote and their registration.

    What a way to run a country.

  54. 2012 October 17 6:04 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    More backup on my post yesterday —

    Its largest drop? From Q3 to Q4 2008, when it collapsed from 78.8 to 16.5. In this diffusion index, above 50 means growth. So, within a quarter, these CEOs transitioned from decent growth to utter fiasco. Nestled in their own world, they’d been caught flat-footed by the financial crisis. Incredibly, the index had actually edged up in the prior quarter though the housing bubble was blowning up, financial institutions were cratering, and Bear Stearns was gone. These CEOs should have seen that something big was on the way. But blinded by optimism and intoxicated by confidence in the system that had served them so well, they didn’t. Which left them with exactly zero predictive capabilities.

    Now, suddenly, these CEOs have become morose. 58% expected sales to increase over the next six months, down from 75% in the prior quarter. By comparison, on the eve of Lehman and AIG, 78.8% of these prescient CEOs had expected sales to grow—and watched with astonishment the nosedive weeks later. Only 30% of the CEOs said they would increase capital expenditures, the lowest score since Q3 2009. And only 29% expected to create jobs, while 34% expected to cut jobs. For a direr picture, you have to go back to Q4 2009—when the unemployment rate perforated 10%!


  55. 2012 October 17 6:47 pm
    mulletover permalink

  56. 2012 October 17 7:13 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    WEC. When you say that both parties are the same, you are wrong. TheTea Party are taking over the old liners in the Republican Party. The dims have swung to the very things you do not like.

    If you want to see the Republican Party right itself, then vote Republican. We are swinging to a lot of the Libertarian ways. We need help, not distractions.

    If you are not a member of the Tea Party, you need to join and help correct the problem and not be a backbencher. You act like a member of the Rump Party.

  57. 2012 October 17 7:46 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #57 The tea party may be trying but the “old-liners” are definitely doing their best to snuf them out…..

    I agree with what you are saying but I dont agree that cooperating with the establishment GOPers Statist-lite candidate (Willard) is not the way to go….

    Again, I dont see how that advances tea party or liberty principles if we help elect (yet again) the same old insiders……

    Everybody has a limit to what they can tolerate or compromise on……Willard is WAY past my limit

  58. 2012 October 17 7:53 pm
    mulletover permalink

    You’re gonna need a bigger “Help” sign.

  59. 2012 October 17 8:01 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Chirsitian Libertrian Beliefs……

    Disclaimer up front: libertarian is the adjective and Christian is the noun.

    I believe in the Apostle’s Creed, either traditional or ecumenical versions. Additionally I believe God is the Creator and sustainer of the universe; no God, no universe.

    As God gave man free will, I believe God intends for man to be libertarian. Giving man the ability to accept or reject God is the ultimate in liberty.

    I believe that the Christian Bible is the inspired word of God.

    I believe that all laws must agree with Natural Law; as St. Augustine said “An unjust law is is no law at all.”

    I believe the Constitution and Bill of Rights are the law of this land and that any subsequent federal law not required by those documents is invalid.

    I believe that government exsists only to protect our God-given unalienable rights that He as Creator endowed to every human: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of happiness.

    I believe in the sanctity of human life, in utero and as a basic right which government must preserve.

    I believe in the Zero Agression Principle; that is, violence of any type (if used) should only be used in defense.

    I believe God revealed will in the Bible calls every beliver to charitable works toward the poor, the weak, and the elderly. However, God does not give us charter to use violence against our fellow man to aquire the resources to do said works either as individuals or collectively through the agency of government or the color of secular law.

    I believe that America should stirctly adhere to the long held Christian theory of “just war” before entering into conflict with other nations. And when doing so, it should be done Constitutionally through a valid declaration of War only.

    I believe more government always means less freedom and liberty.

    I believe in the Free Market; absent of all government intervention and governed only by mutally agreed upon and completely voluntary exchange. I believe that the Bible teachings actively support individual free exchange and volutary cooperation as the basis of prosperity.

    I believe if “justice” is the solution, then “judgment” is on the table; they are inseparable. I believe only God’s judgment is always just.

    I believe you cannot successfully legislate morality. Attempts to legislate morals with regards to sex, alcohol, and drugs will invaribly fail as history has shown time and again.

    I believe that I can’t be good enough to get into heaven; only faith in Jesus Christ and His completed works can save me. I cannot save myself through my own works or efforts.

    I believe that God will forgive me if some of my beliefs are wrong.

  60. 2012 October 17 10:12 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Anyways this is hilarious:

    “Statist Clown”

  61. 2012 October 17 10:30 pm
    PRNmeds permalink

    What is the REAL unemployment %? Ron Paul says the number is closer to 22%.


  62. 2012 October 17 11:02 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Nationally he is pretty close — http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/unemployment-charts

    But depending on your MSA it could be higher. Places like central valley CA its approaching 40%.

  63. 2012 October 17 11:19 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “Free Yourself from Politics”

  64. 2012 October 18 5:08 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    I believe all of the Libertarian Creed youpublished. So, why do you wish to allow continuation of the Party which believes none of that, but in fact is trying to destroy to destroy all of the platform?

    A trip of a thousand miles begins with one step.

  65. 2012 October 18 5:11 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    …or consider this. “All it takes for evil to win is for good people to do nothing”. Not voting is doing nothing. A vote for nothing is a vote to allow the evil dem party to continue.

  66. 2012 October 18 5:12 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    I VOTED YESTERDAY. I feel better. All Republicans got my vote.

  67. 2012 October 18 5:26 am
    justrand permalink

    RP…but you voted BEFORE you knew that Obama/Biden will make sure “EVERY SINGLE SOLITARY OPERATION” in the lives of EVERY FEMALE is paid for by someone else…because they are “ENTITLED” to it!

    Don’t take my word for it…listen to the 2nd smartest man in the history of history: (at the link)

    Pandering? Ya think?

  68. 2012 October 18 5:50 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Dr. I wanted to avoid the horde of folks who show by the millions to throw the bum out of office.

  69. 2012 October 18 5:52 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink


    Someone must be reading our posts, because I said about a week ago that Bengazi would be his waterloo.


    Good read.

  70. 2012 October 18 5:57 am

    Joe six pack, and his wife maggie mugwump don’t give a crap about Bengazi ,
    all they care about is their next paycheck.

  71. 2012 October 18 6:12 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Texas opens up the polls starting next week for early voting. I will be there with bells on.

  72. 2012 October 18 6:15 am
    justrand permalink

    drdog: “I will be there with bells on”

    Coincidentally, the Department of Homeland Security has just added “wearing bells” to their list of indicators of a “Potential Domestic Terrorist”

    wierd, huh?

  73. 2012 October 18 6:22 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Uncanny 🙂

  74. 2012 October 18 6:26 am
    drdog09 permalink

    RP, 70,

    That is a good read. Now the author ought to do us a favor and write another piece on the complicity of the MSM in covering it up for the Oministration. The facts were out there for them from their foreign partners from nearly day one yet they preferred to orchestrate with the sad sacks in this group of thieves. They are co-conspirators in this coverup.

  75. 2012 October 18 6:31 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Unemployment claims up 46000 for the week — http://www.cnbc.com/id/49460659

  76. 2012 October 18 6:58 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    It is malfeasance, both on the Obama Administration and the News Media.

  77. 2012 October 18 6:59 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Truth usually outs, unfortunately for The Resident, it is coming out now and not after the election.

    Thanks to folks like us.

  78. 2012 October 18 7:00 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink


    Dr. dog and I are getting lonely on our wagon which is that we have called the election over and Romney has won.

  79. 2012 October 18 7:06 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink




    There are no more swing voters. If a person cannot make up their mind at this point, he or she will not vote at all.

  80. 2012 October 18 7:27 am
    JustMary permalink

    #79 I go back and forth. All I know for sure right now is that I want to be prepared to hunker down in my home for a week or three, either way.

  81. 2012 October 18 7:36 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Be careful there RP. IP might come along with a pic of us titled BrokenBack Wagon. Don’t know how I would explain that to the misses.

    That Boston Globe piece, ugh. Another lefty touchy-feely piece from some JournoJerk.(tm)

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