In Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, the president kept referring to “shared responsibility.” OK, America, which are you going to choose in this year’s presidential election – shared responsibility or self responsibility?
As a Canadian who tries to keep on top of what is going on in the U.S. (thanks mostly to WND), I didn’t think I could stomach watching all of Obama’s speech this week. I was right. He wasn’t speaking to the nation; he was looking in a mirror and saying “What a good boy I am.” To those who believed him, “I have this here real nice bridge to sell you.”
I read with interest your comments on Chuck Norris’ endorsement of Newt Gingrich. I agree with Norris – there are somethings better left unsaid about someone’s personal life, because there are two sides to every story, and who’s to said which one is correct?
As Jesus said, “Let he who is among us without sin, cast the first stone.”
Newt Gingrich is not perfect, but is the only candidate running that can defeat Obama.
[To Pamela Geller:] I just wanted to compliment you on your recent column about Newt. I wasn’t particularly a fan either, but I did as you did – researched and listened – and I am convinced he is the only person that fits the position in this critical time. The others are too weak and would never meet the challenges we face in a meaningful way. Thanks for all you do on so many fronts.
President Obama is more an American than any of the rest of you. Those of you that keep bringing up the eligibility issue are making yourselves look guiltier and more guiltier by the minute. You must have many hidden skeletons in your closet and are trying to make it right by picking on something that doesn’t make sense at all. Please clean up your closet from all the hidden skeletons before you try attacking a GOOD, HONEST AMERICAN president that has more right in being president than you have writing nonsense.