8 Responses to Remember

  • Very powerful ad. I hope it works. I hope Julian Assange is wrong – that Trump could be stopped by the powers that be.

  • I don’t know what is making my computer so jumpy– and I don’t know how that post from “ency” went up. It’s not “ency” ūüôā it’s me .Anzlyne … sorry Mr. McClarey.

  • Good ad. Portrays Hillary’s carelessness, thoughtlessness and heartlessness.

  • As the father of a son at a military academy, a son who wants special forces when he graduates, it chills me to the bone to think that monster might become commander in chief. Ultimately, all politics is local. #NeverHillary!

  • We don’t live in a free country.
    When things go wrong next Tuesday, the criminal state will be institutionalized.
    One more liberal SCOTUS fabulist and our freedom is officially gone: they will ban the Church unless it changes its “opinions” (what they call objective truth) on same-sex marriage. gender, etc. .
    Praise God! Our kingdom is not of this World.
    FYI – “fabulist” a person who composes fables.”

  • Benghazi Memoriam

    In the year of our Lord Twenty Hundred and Twelve,
    on the sacred day of September Eleven,
    Little did the four of us think
    that on that night we could be in Heaven.
    One would think that, on that special day,
    extra measures would be taken
    In a Libyan city so far away
    from the shores of our great Nation.
    One would think that, in Election Years
    (as that one was), aid would swiftly come.
    Yet, all our pleas went on deaf ears
    and thus our days would soon be done.
    Why were our electronic mails ignored?
    Does a U.S. Ambassador not merit attention?
    They were somehow lost in the thousands more
    that someone felt were not worth retention.
    How many public servants face
    the peril that we faced on that night?
    Or even acknowledge the costs of freedom,
    the rule of law, and the worth of each life?
    So, in this new Election Year,
    we humbly ask you (if you could)
    To remember us and to say a prayer
    for Stevens, Smith, Doherty, and Woods.

  • “I hope Julian Assange is wrong ‚Äď that Trump could be stopped by the powers that be.”
    If Trump wins, then will Obama accept it and yield power or assume dictatorship and precipitate civil war?
    Democrats are never going to accept losing.
    The same is true of me – Hillary will never be my President if elected.

  • When people lose faith in God they put it in princes.

Daisy Ad Redux

Monday, October 31, AD 2016


Want a sign that the Clinton campaign is getting desperate?  Look no farther than Daisy Ad 2.0, featuring the little girl from the old ad, now all grown up and doubtless just as much an expert on thermonuclear war as she was in the 1964 ad.  The Daisy Ad in 1964 was regarded as over the top and only ran once.  The Johnson campaign, and most of the media, portrayed Goldwater as reckless and a crypto Nazi.  Ironically it was Johnson who was planning to ramp up the Vietnam War.  This led wags to opine that they were warned in 1964 that if they voted for Goldwater that the US would go to war, and sure enough they voted for Goldwater and the US went to war in Vietnam!  In regard to Trump and Clinton, Clinton is the one itching to lock horns with Putin.  If anything my criticism of Trump would be not that he is too bellicose, but that I think he would bend over too far to avoid foreign conflicts.

Due to closing polls and the reopening of the Clinton e-mail investigation, big money is beginning to flood into the Trump campaign, twenty-five million from one donor, and the Trump campaign is flooding the battleground states with ads.  For the first time in the campaign, Trump will be spending more on ads than Clinton.

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  • “Clinton is the one itching to lock horns with Putin” You wonder what she is thinking! she talks about the Russians hacking e-mails and she is the one who may have made that easier for them since she didn’t go under the protection of the government secure server, but used her own which was not secure, for government business.

  • Analyze, she was thinking that she is untouchable & can do whatever she damn well pleases at any time because she is a Clinton. And she hasn’t been held accountable to date.

  • Anzlyne and the Christian Teacher-

    Darn toot’en!

    Self deception left unabated is narcissism at full throttle. She might as well be looking into the mirror asking it; “…who is the fairest of them all?”

    She is ill.

    If elected president, the Frankenstein monster in an ugly pantsuit will try to destroy America one village at a time.

  • All three comments are right.

  • Trump needs to take a generic ad of Clinton’s (particularly one that prominently features the obnoxious “H” logo) and just tape over the sound with AC/DC’s Highway to Hell.

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Head to Head

Thursday, September 27, AD 2012

The Romney and Obama campaigns have released two talking head ads.¬† Obama’s ad consists of a laundry list of things he wants to do, which begs the question why he didn’t do any of them in his first term.¬† Two things struck me about the ad.¬† First, where Obama says we should take the savings from not being in Afghanistan¬†and use that money to pay down the national debt and for “nation building”, shudder, here at home.¬† The mendacity of this is truly startling since with a trillion-dollar deficit Obama knows that there is no money other than borrowed money that will be freed up by no more involvement in Afghanistan.¬† The statement screams the complete contempt that Obama has for the intelligence of most of his supporters.¬† Second, the sinister phrase “economic patriotism”.¬† It brings to mind the Democrat dream tax return.¬† Question One:¬† “How much income did you make last year?¬† Insert answer in blank and send a check for that sum made payable to the United States Treasury.”

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  • DMcC: “Romney‚Äôs ad was not nearly hard hitting enough, and Romney seems to be unable to bring himself to go bare knuckles against Obama.”

    He had no trouble baring his knuckles and his teeth against Gingrich and Santorum. Let me offer this proposition – Romney can only fight bare knuckles against people to his right, never to his left. This is a guy who disliked Reagan after all (as do many establishment types, remember Huntsman??). People will have to vote Against Obama not For Romney. Also they have to put more conservatives into Congress to push him. We will see if that happens. Romney is being helped more than he deserves by the collapsing economy and foreign affairs. In a year 2000 kind of race he would be obliterated.

  • “He had no trouble baring his knuckles and his teeth against Gingrich and Santorum.”

    I thought that was rather sotto voce actually. Gingrich and Santorum were not so much defeated by Romney as they were defeated by their own weaknesses as candidates. Gingrich by his colorful personal history and lack of campaign funds and Santorum by lack of campaign funds and a lack of personal discipline to not be baited by the media into going off message.

    By bare knuckles I mean something like this:


    Obama has a bad record and Romney can bring that up continually, but not if he confuses the issue by giving Obama the benefit of a doubt he is not entitled to.

  • I never said Santorum and Gingrich were defeated by Romney’s bare knuckles, although Romney came very very close to being ousted by each of them, ( Gingrich in FL and Santorum in MI) because he was that weak of a candidate. I’m just explaining why I am not surprised at his tepid half-hearted criticism of Obama although many people are apparently. Romney even is constraining Ryan. And for that matter have Jeb Bush, Mitch Daniels etc etc not gone out of their way to tone down critiques of Obama?? (Romney would have been far happier running against Reagan back in 1980.) Look at the Repub convention. It was entirely devoted to showing the electorate Romney was not like those other mean spirited Repubs but was a warm cuddly guy. He is a nice guy but he barely mentioned the economy or jobs because he was so tied up proving he was just as nice as the Dems all are. Then people are surprised again he got no bounce.

  • Mark Tapscott posted at Instapundit . . .

    REMEMBER WHEN JIMMY CARTER WAS BLOWING REAGAN OUT OF THE WATER? Powerline‚Äôs John Hinderaker offers a timely reminder that something very similar to what is happening now with the Gallup Poll and President Obama occurred at a similar point in the 1980 campaign. ‚ÄúAmericans are by no means infallible, but are they really dumb enough, or self-destructive enough, to want another four years of Barack Obama‚Äôs failures,‚ÄĚ Hinderaker asks. Me, neither.

    Don’t get cocky, people.

  • “economic patriotism” France has announced a 75% tax for the millionaires. Courtesy of The Creative Minority Report. Does America have enough millionaires to have”economic patriotism”? The corporations ought to exhibit a little more “economic patriotism” at least by creating jobs with all the stimulus money instead of sitting on it. Fool me once, it is your fault. Fool me twice, it is my fault.

  • “Romney‚Äôs ad was not nearly hard-hitting enough, and Romney seems to be unable to bring himself to go bare knuckles against Obama.” Obama’s villainy is hard to approach but the campaign is still young.

By His Own Admission

Friday, September 21, AD 2012

Well that was quick.¬† The Republicans didn’t waste any time in putting together this ad in response to Obama’s claim that you can’t change Washington from the inside.¬† Certainly he will not even try.¬† If the last four years have been your cup of tea, then I think that you should vote for Obama.¬† The next four years if he is re-elected will be more of the same, as the nation careens toward bankruptcy, the economy goes from bad to worse, the welfare state continues to swell,¬†regulations oppress those who disagree with the policies of Obama and¬†a feckless foreign policy leads into a general war in the Middle East bigger than any seen since World War II.¬† Reagan liked to say when he ran for re-election in 1984:¬† “You ain’t seen nothing yet!” From Reagan it was a promise.¬† From Obama it would be a threat.

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8 Responses to By His Own Admission

  • Sadly, Obama did change the way some things are done – countless czars, corruption, EO’s that circumvent the Constitution…

    4 more years he may end up changing America so much, it will be unrecognizable when he’s finished.

  • “You can’t change Washington from the inside, it can only be changed from the outside. Obama is shirking the blame for the crash and burn of the United States. Obama has never shirked spelling out in detail the misery and tragedy inflicted of the American people. Obama’s gift is to identify the grotesque and bash the victim for the crime. And you people on the outside, you know who you are. You people on the outside, you know who you are, you let me trample on the U.S. Constitution, you let me obliterate our founding principles, you let me give all your tax money to my friends, you let me use your tax money to kill babies, you let me redefine the human being as having no immortal soul, you let me redefine marriage as the abuse of two human bodies, you let me take your inviolable freedom and you let me ridicule you. You know who you are on the outside and you owe me another four years on the inside. The consummate abuser always abuses his victim and he has his choice of victims because the abuser’s innocence is so obvious to all of us on the outside. We, the people, are so guilty of not being Obama.

  • Bummer. thelarryd. I wanted to be the first to nail Obama. Love your Acts of Apostasy.

  • ” … to fundamentally change how Washington works…
    … to end the division …”

    Troublemaking in the world at large, then executing orders to cover what gets stirred up at the expense of his Americans.

    Division? a two party system with elections by the people

    Division? accusing Americans of racism, bringing the insult out of moth balls and rushing to judgment for victims based on his own racism that he wants everyone to experience as he is the leader of the people

    Division? using the formerly dignified office of President to entertain those who showed respect for America by being photographed obscenely gesturing at portraits of past Presidents in the White House, having security servants who use cardboard cut outs of Hillary Clinton and others to take obscene pictures – sick stoned jokers running rampant

    Division? calling out Christians for clinging to religion, then lying to them, and legislating against them with ever more unnatural laws defying the Constitution which he refuses to uphold for the people he leads to the point of no return

    reducing Americans to 99% and 1% to charge the occupiers with something to rabble rouse over, while bailing out his 1% with $$$,$$$,$$$,$$$,$$$ trillions, then inviting them to campaign dinners for $$,$$$ per plate, as the occupiers got box lunches and raided small businesses for rest rooms when they bothered to do so.

    Treating his Americans like fools, including his media support hasn’t helped.
    Washington works from the inside when there are checks and balances between the branches of government, not when the executive branch purposely ignores the fact like a spoiled child or sociopath.

  • That’s the first truly powerful ad I’ve seen so far that could change the minds of a (few) remaining undecideds.

  • Dear Mary @ 8:29,
    Shouldn’t have pressed post because my impatience with the incumbent’s lies (and those of his blind attack dogs) doesn’t add wisdom or humor to consideration of the direction society and the democrats have followed. My awareness of these dangerous trends of mindlessness and base behavior frightens me, in the way that evil can overcome good, that my words are reaction rather than more aloof observation. Don’t want to be caught in that roiling current and want more to apologize; then, ask why you thank me – because my saying you’re welcome for an – er – incomplete list of abominable divisiveness going on four epic years and allowing my impatience to rule my soul seems like the wrong response.
    I’ll just say vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to stem the tide from the deadly serious current.

  • Thank you all. How I pray all Americans would be wide awake as you are on this Website and realize this is your chance to save your Country from total ruin…Hey, PM, who is the Author of all Confusion, Destruction, Hatred, Murder and every evil abomination that torments mankind????? Lucifer?? O.K.?? Right???? RIGHT….then, my people of God, you have His High Priest as your President. Get rid of him and have peace. So shall the rest of the World begin to heal, especially where America holds us in vice-like evil grip.

These Hands: Ohio

Monday, July 30, AD 2012

The Romney campaign is now releasing regional ads attacking President Obama’s remarks regarding businesses.¬† Obama gave Romney a huge gift by letting his mask drop briefly and revealing his true contempt for the private sector, and the Romney campaign is taking full advantage of it.¬† The unguarded moments of a candidate, when he gives voice to his true feelings, can make or break him.¬† I’d place these remarks of Obama in the break category.

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  • Catholics, you put this pro-abortion, pro-infanticide, pro-same sex marriage, pro-coveting, pro-class warfare liar in the White House who has insulted our closest allies and is endangering their safety and ours, while at the same time is destroying jobs and forcing us to pay much more for food and twice as much for gasoline while our property values go down. You did this to us. You got to change it. If you believe in God and what you say in Mass on Sundays in the Profession of Faith and the Lord’s Prayer standing before Jesus in the Holy Eucharist – you got to correct the mistake you made. Our future is in your hands. Stop believing in a liar. You made a mistake; confess it, repent, and change it – or you then become the liar in what you profess to believe and pray for in Mass on Sundays. God doesn’t create life to be aborted. God’s will is not being done on earth with this Administration, especially attacking the Church and destroying our First Amendment Rights. For God’s sake and ours as well as our children’s and grandchildren’s – change it.

10 Responses to It Worked?

  • A variation on the “are you better off now than you were four years ago” is clever because “it is the economy, stupid” is the message that needs to be focussed on.

  • Our tax money belongs to us. Obama took our tax money and gave it to his buddies. Now, that our economy is a disaster, Obama blames it on us. Who can argue with Obama’s modus operandi. Obama has perfected the swindle. So contempt, corruption and conceit will get us a new king, a new constitution and a new currency.

  • I dun know Mary. The look on his face after he read that line seems to say, “I don’t believe it either.” I think he had to bite his tongue to keep from laughing.

  • OK, that ad was pretty good. But there should be some kind of “we can do better” at the end. During booms, everyone forgets what recessions are like, and during downturns, everyone thinks that this is the new normal. Romney doesn’t need to give his policy prescriptions, yet, but he needs to be reminding people of their expectations of success. Otherwise it just seems like naysaying.

    I swear, people would be surprised by the seasons if it weren’t for the calendar. What, summer again this year? How did that happen? Housing prices are always going to go up 10% every year, oh, wait, the stock market just crashed and now it’ll never go back over 10000 again, and now we just have to live with the fact that capitalism means high unemployment. The president gets away with blaming ATM’s for structural job losses, as if the first ATM was installed in September 2009. It just drives me crazy.

    OK, that was a rant, but you know what I mean. People need to be reminded to be optimistic.

  • elm: That’s Obama’s “What me worry” face. Did you happen to see any humility, integrity or honesty on Obama’s face? I think not.

  • Establishment media sources tell us that polling reveals 54% of those who self-identify as Catholics voted for that candidate with the I-Covet-My-Neighbor’s-Goods agenda in 2008. And then there was his pro-abortion agenda.

    What happened?

  • “Establishment media sources tell us that polling reveals 54% of those who self-identify as Catholics voted for that candidate with the I-Covet-My-Neighbor‚Äôs-Goods agenda in 2008. And then there was his pro-abortion agenda.

    What happened?”

    They trusted Obama. They thought that Obama would be giving us HOPE, instead of taking our HOPE.

  • Establishment media sources tell us that polling reveals 54% of those who self-identify as Catholics voted for that candidate with the I-Covet-My-Neighbor‚Äôs-Goods agenda in 2008. And then there was his pro-abortion agenda.

    What happened?

    Three-quarters of that 54% do not go to Mass and north of 40% of the remainder have a curious set of priorities or are resistant to the notion that one idea is connected to another idea.

  • Did you happen to see any humility, integrity or honesty on Obama‚Äôs face?

    Have you ever seen any of those things on his face? To be fair, I don’t see them that much in Romney’s either. But even as “silver spoon” as Romney is, he does not seem to portray the utter arrogance that the “O” does. Cluelessness, yes on occasion, but not the sheer arrogance.

Can You Smell the Panic?

Saturday, July 28, AD 2012

Well this is interesting.¬† In the video above meet “Jenni” who is alarmed that Mitt Romney might take away her precious right to slay her offspring.¬† This of course goes along with the War on Women meme pushed by Obama, and also the condescending view of women taken by Team Obama, portraying women as helpless waifs, think “Julia”, unless Big Daddy Government takes them by the hand and leads them through life.

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  • I guess the DNC pros know what they are doing, but I really wonder whether ads like this don’t actually help Romney in battleground states. These states not only include a lot of socially conservative independents and Dems, they also include some pro-lifers who are flirting with staying at home (or voting third party) because they are not convinced that Romney is really pro-life.

  • The Democratic Party lets you punsh the innocent child for the sins and the crimes of the father in rape and incest. The Democratic Party demands that we punish the innocent victim of incest and rape for the sins and crimes of the father. Vote democratic and Justice will have as much chance to flourish as a snowball in hell. If a man can get away with rape and incest by aborting the real evidence, and an unborn child with his DNA is real evidence, as every person is real evidence of love between a mother and a father, and the unborn, newly begotten in moral and legal innocence, is the standard of Justice in America and in the world, Justice is no more, for the unborn, for their mothers and for the criminals. There can be no FREEDOM without JUSTICE. There can be no JUSTICE without FREEDOM.

  • You might have a point Mike. Obama is certainly more pro-abortion than Romney is pro-life, so his supporters should be more energized by the abortion issue. But then I’ve been saying for many years that pro-life voters who vote Republican will be disappointed.

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  • I was on the Verizon site to check my webmail but before I could login, a video started playing with the usual no man (in this case Romney) can tell me what to do with my body, especially in the case of rape or incest, pro abortion message. It was almost hysterical. I couldn’t close the offensive ad until until the third try.
    I doubt that the slow response was my computer.

  • It’s tragically comic (or comically tragic) when a pro-Obama ad looks like a pro-Romney ad. People should be saying “If President Obama wants to lose, why doesn’t he just not run for a second term?”