Skip to comments.A Hurricane Approaches Washington, and so Does Sandy
Posted on 10/28/2012 3:16:23 PM PDT by Kaslin
Rush - Force Ten ( A Show Of Hands )
Hurricane Sandy isnt the only storm approaching Washington. So is an electoral storm. President Obamas job approval has fallen a stunning seven points in just three days. Overnight, Sandys minimum central pressure plunged to a staggering 951 mb. Thats lower than the snow bomb that wrecked the East Coast in 1993. Other ominous signs have appeared.
The polls show a president on the run. Romney is ahead or pressing hard in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and even Michigan. Virginia and North Carolina seem lost to Obama. So does Florida.
James OKeefe has released videos showing Democrat campaign operatives assisting voter-fraud schemes and explicitly relying on Obama election-protection lawyers to advocate for the fraudsters inside the polls. A foolish and embarrassing video was cut with happening-girl Lena Dunham comparing voting for the president to something else.
Show that advertisement to fathers of daughters across Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Michigan and tell me it is a net positive for Obama.
Look in, to the eye of the storm,
Look out, to the force without form.
This is the state of the Obama campaign. Disarray, criminality on tape, and retreat. Frankly, there hasnt been a bigger disintegration the last few weeks of a campaign in my lifetime. The Obama campaign hasnt been on offense since the disaster of the first presidential debate.
Worse, Sandy threatens to blast Philadelphia. Widespread power outages and general weather mayhem will interfere with Obamas essential ingredient to a Pennsylvania victory. Across Virginia, Obama signs are almost nonexistent except in the northern suburbs. In long drives across the commonwealth, there are more houses with single “Kaine for Senate” signs than houses with Obama and Kaine signs.
Obama has also suspended his campaign entirely Monday and Tuesday to perform presidential duties. The last time a presidential candidate suspended campaigning, it was a catastrophe.
Yesterday I saw the strangest sight while moving a boat away from the approaching wrath of Sandy. In the middle of a wide saltwater river in Virginia, I thought I was approaching a pelican. As I got closer, I saw antlers.
In this giant threatening river swam a buck. Lost, disoriented, askew. I had never seen anything like it. As I pulled the boat closer, I could see the buck was enormous and old. Certainly it knew not to swim into the high fetch reaches of this river. It was out of place, disoriented, struggling. But it swam on, paddling and struggling to a fate that I suspected would not end the way the buck wanted.
Look in, look the storm in the eye
Look out for the sea and the sky
Look around at the sight and sound
Look in, look out, look around…
Also read: Get The Hell Out
I’m gonna be ready to help friends should they need it. I think all my friends in Long Island evacuated and got somewhere safe.
That is good
Hatred of oslama aside, the bridge in that song is remarkable.
I’m keeping up with Facebook well, waiting for any posts or text messages telling me they’ll be safe so I don’t have to worry so much.
Obama's real numbers have not changed. The polling groups just needed to start admitting the real numbers the week before election so they could retain a shred of credibility.
Deer are fine swimmers. Bet he winded a doe in heat.
Sarah Connor mentioned something about an approaching storm...
Have you seen this video of them performing the song? Geddy really gets to show off his talent on this one.
Obama and his ilk should be run outta town on a rail!
The question is will the storm brewing off the east coast barrel inland and cause lousy weather conditions in Ohio on November 6? It is a fact that Republicans by percentage vote more than Democrats in inclement weather.
I hope we have a similar "storm" on November 6th.
Many times and yes he does.
Wow, Thanks for that video ! ! ! ! !
MAJOR RUSH FAN HERE. They are the Gods of Rock!!!!!
“The polls show a president on the run.”
I hope and pray that you’re right.
1980 was the first time I voted, and I voted for Ronald Reagan.
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