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Post-Debate in Denver Obama went ranting on Romney saying he is not for Real, he is a Liar…

“In fact, as Faulkner reminds us, the past is never dead and buried-it isn’t even past.” –Obama in Dreams from My Father. …and yet, Mitt Romney stunted Obama’s main-stream-media with his substantiated, political zingers debate… that even the weird liberal guy who donated $1millon to Obama’s Super-PAC said that “I can’t believe I’m saying this, … Continue reading

“Estamos Unidos”, Obama said in TV ad

(…a metaphor to appeals the emotional populism to vote for him…) The Latin-American-population of all walks of life, (including the undocumented) will not vote for Mr. Obama this time no matter what language he speaks to them. At least, not in the numbers they did it in 2008. There are way too many empty promises … Continue reading

“I think you Americans need your own (Obama) Perestroika.”

(Mikhail Gorbachev Endorsing Barack Obama at Von Steuben high school, Chicago) The phantom of the Cold War fallows Mr. Gorbachev, and that’s his times in history, but apparently Gorbachev regresses back in time the politics of our present administration with Mr. Obama as the top chief executive who’s leading the country to a no dissimilar … Continue reading

President said that justices were “unelected” and “unprecedented”

“I’m confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress,” President Obama said on Monday. “Unprecedented?” Obviously, Mr. Obama is mistaken.  Marbury v. Madison, 1803, resolved that the main duty of the Court … Continue reading

How to divide a nation and get a lot more votes in the months ahead

A nation’s president already sitting in the sensitive issues of race must not let his emotion to go off, but Mr. Obama did let go. Why the president, knowingly how sensitive the race issue is goes out of his way to comment about a tragedy that is more a matter of civility, police officers and … Continue reading

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