Mitt Romney is a conservative rich a–hole. He has no idea of normal American people and how things are. He doesn’t have a clue. I hope he loses horribly. I’m on disability and hate him. Obama is awesome. F— Mitt.
Deane Cirone Jr.
Thank you, Nat Hentoff, for another thought-provoking article, “I will not vote for pro-death president,” which documents Obama’s pro-death agenda. The president is knee deep in blood.
A bearer of hopelessness and change for the worse, Barack Obama is a death cultist propped up by the MSM. Obama is fine with allowing the murder of born babies and sending drones that have killed hundreds, maybe thousands, of women and children. Surprise! He is also a hardened raving racist. As Ronald Reagan would have said, Obama can run, but he can’t hide from th ... continue reading »
Since the bloody murder of JFK in 1963, America has been rotting from the top down. The political institutions of government, the courts, the major media and the Hollywood moguls have sent America on a one-way voyage to the bottom of the barrel. Furthermore, as the World War II “greatest” generation dies off, their solid bulwark of core values dies with them – leaving America adrift, morally and spiritually weakened, and easy prey to a host of parasites and cold-blooded sharks, among them Barack Hussein Obama and his slavish allies.
With corruption of the Fourth Estate and the prostitution of America’s cultural, ... continue reading »
Concerning the Down Low Club in Chicago ["Trinity Church members reveal Obama shocker!"]. Was this a typo? I’m sure you must mean the Low Down Club.
Forget the GOP-added Christian token, Paul Ryan … for pure curb appeal.
If Obama wants to make Romney squirm, all he needs to ask of him is what Romney is going to do for his own social conservative base – besides saying he “personally” believes in God.
That’s the question no one in the GOP or their water-boy Reaganite media are asking him.
[To Joseph Farah:] While some of what you said is true about mortgage deductions is true, let me point out a few things ["No more mortgage-interest deduction"].
I built a new house three years ago. I took into account the low fixed interest rates, the mortgage deduction, other things. You want to change some things, fine. But don’t pull the rug out from under me based on my expectations of what has been in place for years. The same for getting rid of charitable deductions, health-care expenses, etc.
As a homeowner, business owner and having a small farm, I make ... continue reading »