Great God in heaven - may yesterday’s vote be the final straw thats breaks the welfare state’s back.
I SO hope that’s the case here.
I’m watching Sarah Palin on Hannity... she is far more polished than ever before (has she undergone some intensive media training?), lay out in very succinct terms how nefarious this whole scenario is.
Obama could be caught raping a 1 year old on the front lawn of the white house high on meth...
And he would still get 80%+ of the black vote.
And the MSM would still cover for him.
Romney cannot fool all of the people all of the time.
ROMNEYCARE = OBAMACARE = STATISM
I was on the fence about voting at all this year as i dont like either of these guys. I’m now very motivated to vote for Romney. Hopefully there’s a lot more out there like me.
Hard to believe that a northern cracker would get this much black support. Mayhap black people are beginning to see the light. Now if all the white guilt folks would see the same light, Obama would lose in a landslide.
Excuse my French, but you liberals really are stupid. This 23% of blacks going to Romney is just another example of the real world in action.
I’ll put it another way for you dummies: there is no free lunch. See Albert Einstein.
There will be hell to pay!...I guess the whack left forgot what happened in those mid-term elections. The beating will be worse!
ido hope so, but with the the MSM cheerleading and the Healthcare.gov ads, I am scared the public may start liking the law.
I realize that it’s difficult for Republicans to understand this, but even most blacks (or at least a large minority of them) have GREAT HEALTH CARE and the last thing they want is to lose it.
Now, of course, it would take Republicans to point that out to them...so don’t hope too hard that it becomes a campaign issue this fall.
This Democratic Party of today is filled with extremists that have gone off the reservation. Romney resembles what the democratic party was 20 years ago. There is no compromise with these wing nuts! Pelosi, Reid, Obama ect. Obama stands there smiling like some kindly uncle. In reality he’s a Chicago street thug.
Moving from the socialist Romney to the socialist Obama because of this court opinion makes about as much sense as a bimbo moving from John Edwards to Bill Clinton because she found out Edwards was unfaithful.
Whoops. Got ‘em backwards. It’s so hard to tell them apart...
Moving from the socialist Obama to the socialist Romney because of this court opinion makes about as much sense as a bimbo moving from John Edwards to Bill Clinton because she found out Edwards was unfaithful.
Let’s see how the polls look once Obozo starts running campaign ads featuring Romney endorsing RomneyCare and the individual mandate.
Not to be pedantic, but what the heck:
Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto is portrayed at the very end of the 1970 film Tora! Tora! Tora!, and in the 2001 film Pearl Harbor, as saying after his attack on Pearl Harbor, "I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve." The supposed quotation was abbreviated in the film Pearl Harbor (2001), where it merely read, "I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant."
The line serves as a dramatic ending to the depiction of the attack, but it has yet to be verified that Yamamoto ever said this (although it may well have encapsulated many of his real feelings about the attack). Neither At Dawn We Slept, the definitive history of the Pearl Harbor attack by Gordon Prange, nor The Reluctant Admiral, the definitive biography of Yamamoto in English by Hiroyuki Agawa, contains the line.
Randall Wallace, the screenwriter of Pearl Harbor, readily admitted that he copied the line from Tora! Tora! Tora! The director of Tora! Tora! Tora!, Richard Fleischer, stated that while Yamamoto may never have said those words, the film's producer, Elmo Williams, had found the line written in Yamamoto's diary. Williams, in turn, has stated that Larry Forrester, the screenwriter, found a 1943 letter from Yamamoto to the Admiralty in Tokyo containing the quotation. However, Forrester cannot produce the letter, nor can anyone else, American or Japanese, recall or find it.
I’ve been saying this since the ruling yesterday, Nov. 2010 is going to be a cakewalk for the Dems compared to what’s going to happen to them Nov. 2012.
23%? That’s amazing!
I will believe polls like this if and only if I see corresponding percentages show up in both exit polling at election time as well as precinct results after the election.
Until then, believing polls like this makes conservatives/Republicans look as gullible as kids who believe in the Tooth Fairy.
You can have 23% black vote in GA-—just give us 10% black vote in OH and VA and we’ll win thins thing.