Skip to comments.Operation Demoralize is working just as planned
Posted on 09/10/2012 7:06:33 AM PDT by Lakeshark
Its November 7. Barack Obama has won. The Republican presidential strategy has failed. The media is jubilant. The right-blogosphere is going through a serious introspection. The left-blogosphere is dancing on our graves and shoving it down our throats. Four years of fighting the Obama agenda was for nothing.
Oh, Im sorry. Let me correct that. Its September 9, not November 7. The rest of the paragraph above can remain as originally written.
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Let's not fall for all this, it's the media's way of demoralizing us. Fwiw, not much more at the link, but we need to stop letting these folks do their psy-ops on us. Resist we much!
The problem is that to a rapidly growing number in the electorate are attracted and addicted to empty rhetoric and handouts.
The mere thought of 4 more years of Soetoro is a motivator to vote Romney/Ryan.
Resist is going to take on a whole different and important meaning IF 0bambi stays in office. We cannot discount the possibility that the elections will be “postponed”. We cannot discount that all the ammo the government is buying is NOT for target practice. And we cannot discount their stealing 401Ks and pensions.
The Obama thugocracy lives in a “snapshot” world where momentary events equal LSM headlines. It’s always a “tail wagging the dog” meme with democrats.
One, isolated “bump” does not a winning election make. A bump is not a victory, by any measure.
The problem with an Obama “bandwagon” is, everyone wants to ride, but no one wants to pull it. They’re distorted sense of “fairness” means even the horses ride inside the coach.
Polls are a fleeting moment in time, based on ever-changing random opinions. Internet polls are even less reliable and subject to bored people over-clicking a mouse.
At best, reliable polls only show a long-term trend, not a decided victory.
The only poll that counts will be in November, and we need to concentrate our pressure against those who seek to manipulate it.
Lousy jobs report...what does he say? "Maybe keeping the pre-existing-conditions part of Obamacare is a good idea."
GOP is toast.
On health care, Romney said Sunday he wants to keep parts of the health care overhaul spearheaded by President Obama. Though Romney vows to repeal the law, he said: “I’m not getting rid of all of health care reform.”
"Republicans have several plans to cover pre-existing conditions, but without the mandate which they plan to repeal.
One reason for the mandate was to force lots of healthy people into the insurance pool in order to spread the risk. Republicans say they can do that without a mandate, through voluntary insurance pools and tax credits.
"You get the pools large enough to be able to make it so that pre-existing illnesses don't make any difference to the cost of health care coverage for folks," Price said.
That's because the risk is spread over such a large group that expensive illnesses of a few don't drive up premiums for all.
If it's that simple, though, why hasn't it been done before? Republicans partly blame restrictions against selling health insurance across state lines.
As it turns out, if you don't work for a large multistate employer, it's illegal for individuals or small groups to buy health insurance across state lines, even though you can buy life or auto insurance anywhere." -- FoxNews, July 2012
I guess this was written for you:
Run to the middle, squish, squish. This is why Donna Brazile, Al Gore's old campaign manager and a bit of a black racist to boot, told Georgie Clintonopoulous and Terry Moron and the rest of the ABC News Sunday-morning roundtable last January, that every time Romney had a good primary night, Obama had a better one; that the Obama Regime wanted Romney as their opponent.
Brazile flatly declared that Romney was the weakest candidate in the GOP stable, period. (Terry Moron was distraught, tried to "correct" her -- no sale!)
Sometimes your deadly enemy, in his hatred, tells you the truth.
Sounds like a mouthful, even for El Rushbo. But he was adamant, and he wasn't kidding.
I heard Rush too today.
I think that the Dims have another October surprise that will doom any chances of regaining the White House.
But, then again what do I know. I never thought Obama or Bill Clinton would ever be elected POTUS in the first place.