White House

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The GOP/Conservatives, Needs Less Traditional “Principals and Values” and a Lot More Spanish 101 to Win the 2016 elections…

As long as the GOP/Conservatives fire up “the nations children” with demeaning commentaries  such as the quote below, the GOP/Conservatives will always be the ideological tyrant elitist party -and will have no chance of winning the White House back. In fact, I don’t think they will have it in 2016; unless, Marco Rubio runs for … Continue reading

Post-Election 2012: Benghazi-Watergate Awaits…

“You know, posting something on Facebook is not in and of itself evidence, and I think it just underscores how fluid the reporting was at the time and continued some time to be,” Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told reporters in Washington. What did the President know and when did he know it? That … Continue reading

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

Roberto Unger says, Democrats and Republicans are no good in moving the U.S. “forward”, and says, “please, don’t reelected Barack Obama…”

  Roberto Mangabeira Unger, a Harvard professor might help you to make your mind up before dropping your vote on Nov. 6, 2012. Mr. Unger is a notorious interdisciplinary Maaaaarrrrxist… theoretician.  Yes, my friends, a Marxist and as you know, our best educational institutions are crowding with them all over under the gaze of the … Continue reading

“Hope and Change” Obama’ slogan is now replaced by the leftist slogan, “Forward”

(Populism is not the American way, its Obama’s way…) Sometimes ago when I read “Dreams from my Father” by Mr. Obama I knew immediately we picked the wrong man to led the country as president: To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully. The more politically active black students. The foreign … Continue reading