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Palin’s daughter punished by a baby?

OK, Palin’s daughter is pregnant.
Would we know about that if she would have an abortion? We would not. So in eyes of democrats Palin ‘s daughter is “punished by a baby”
as their messiah defined that.
We need real not corrupted honest politicians and guess what? All of them are real mortal people. I would rather accept VPs daughter not planed pregnancy than I would accept my potential president who voluntarily for all life of his daughters kept them in a racist church.
Obama raised his daughters under a guidance of Jeremiah Right ! Tell me who is better parent , Palin whose daughter pregnant or Obama who raised her daughters feeding them poisonous ideas of certified racist?
Understood , they will not leave Palin alone, but at least admit that if it would be Obama’s daughter a baby would be already slaughtered without a noise to avoid a “punishment by a baby”.

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Palin versus Obama

I was going to quit my blog after Mac got nominated. I saw no point to fight. Mac is not my kind of guy. However, Palin’s pick changed the equation for me. I see the point. I see the possibility of real changes for good future, not harmful changes which bring us to past, changes Obama-style.

I am not a fan of MAC (look through my postings) but I think that Obama is a disaster: this circus on the Dem’s convention just proved that he is a cult leader with a bad taste and paranoid ego. He has no ideas other that “us versus them” “trash America first” and “take from rich and give to others.”

Anybody can give a real idea from Obamas’s agenda? I do not see any!

Guy whom nobody knew a few years ago and who did nothing in his life other than reading speeches written or plagiarized by others, is now trashing Palin (using surrogates, of course) for… inexperience. It is funny because Obama/Biden is the most inexperienced ticket in the history of the USA. Other than demagoguery in Congress as a substitute for experience, they did nothing.

Biden spent in the congress all his life!!! He knows nothing but Congress. Same story with Obama (he is just younger and lacking even this ephemeral experience).

If Obama or Biden are such good statesmen, then why congress has such a low approval rating?

Help me understand: they are trashing Bush for low rating but the organization for with the work and of which they, as Democrats, are in charge for last few years already has rating even lower than Bush ?

Please tell me is any other ticket in the USA history has two senators and senators who did nothing than “senating” during their entire life?

Dems got two senators on the ticket, two men who did nothing but reading speeches and writing papers.

And now Palin came!

Palin is a risky choice. But she definitely has executive experience which none of other contenders (including MAC) have.
This is the fact: she is governor. Neither Biden nor Obama ever were responsible for anything concrete: state, city, town, village… nothing! Other that “issues” speeches and words, words, words. If something for what they are responsible in senate goes wrong they always can find excuse (Bush is a terrific excuse for everything for example). When you are mayor of a town it is you who is responsible for the results, not your political opponent. This kind of experience we need now, not demagoguery!

I am considering voting for real change!!! For the real person!
I am considering voting for ticket McCain/ Palin. If she is what we know about her at this moment: a reformer, a governor and a head of the state, a mayor of a town, a  fiscal conservative and a fighter  against corruption, then she is the change, not Obama.

If indeed she is popular in her state which she governs then she is a real deal. Because being popular by reading teleprompter under fireworks it is a different kind of popularity it is a popularity of a pop star not a statesman.

I wonder would Obama handle being a mayor of a town, to be governor and stay popular. I do not know and nobody knows: guy did nothing verifiable in his life. We know about Palin she can do things for real. What Obama did for real in his life?

Palin is the real change which Obama just pretends to be!

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Obama and appeasement

My questions to Obama about appeasement

1.

All Bush was saying is that he is again appeasement. Does all the hysteria in dems camp shows that democrats are against “ anti- appeasement” remarks of Bush? If so why ? Are they are pro – appeasement?

2.

Obama:

“There is a strong bipartisan tradition of engaging in that kind of diplomacy,” Obama told reporters” source

If USA did everything so perfectly correct before, and all we need is go back to what we had before in foreign policy, why then after all successes of 60s ,70s , 80s and 90s which which Obama is referring us to, “ suddenly “ 9/11 happened? May be it was a price to pay previous for appeasement in Lebanon, Somali, U.S.S. Kole etc?

3.

“They’ve got to answer for the fact that Iran is the greatest strategic beneficiary of our invasion of Iraq. It made Iran stronger, George Bush’s policies,” source

Hitler was a natural counterbalance to Stalin. Defeat of Germany in WW2 made USSR a regional superpower. Does it mean that we should not fight Hitler in order to keep the balance on?

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Go Romney!

Just vote for Romney: he is our last chance

McCain? He is way unpredictable to be a a nominee . McCain Huckabee ticket is a way to nowhere !

Remember :

illegal immigration

Global warming

McCain’s friendships with Kerry

if McCain is a nominee I am no longer a republican . Why would I?

Is Romney perfect? No he is not! But he is better than McCain and this is what counts today. let us face it: we have no  perfect candidate. So,  let us select  the best one from what we have ! Romney is at least a smart guy ! Unlike McCain (who was  ranked fifth from the bottom in a class of about 800 graduates) Romney was a brilliant student He graduated from a joint Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration program coordinated between Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He graduated cum laude from the law school and was named a Baker Scholar for graduating in the top five percent of his business school class. Is anything wrong if republican nominee will be a smart guy?

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Romney, McCain and timetable

according to CNN

“The sharpest exchange in the debate came when Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, was asked about the McCain campaign’s charge that he once said he favored a strict timetable for removing troops from Iraq.

Romney has consistently denied ever having backed a timetable and said McCain was taking a small portion of a quote out of context.

“It’s simply wrong,” Romney said. “By the way, raising it a few days before the Florida primary, when there was very little time for me to correct the record, falls in the kind of dirty tricks that Ronald Reagan would have found reprehensible.” But McCain, the Arizona senator who has strongly backed President Bush’s Iraq policy, accused Romney of hedging after public support for the war waned.”

OK, if it is so why state talker McCain would not say in a few days before the Florida primary that “Romney of hedging after public support for the war waned” instead of lying about Romney embracing a timetable foe withdraw ?

 McCain may be right that Romney should support surge back then in more clear words. I would agree with McCain in that.

But I am troubled by the fact that instead of criticizing Romney for not clear enough supporting the surge  , McCain start making stories about Romney accepting a timetable. Why in order to make a legitimate point McCain has to lie?

Is it the high moral ground on which McCain is making gains?

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my vote goes to Mitt Romney!

I have no time to write for my blog: business is going very well and takes all my time. However few notes I have to post. As a Floridian republican I am going to vote in Florida Republican primary tomorrow and my vote goes to Mitt Romney!
Why not McCain?
Because , in addtion to everything I wrote previously( here and here):
1.
McCain’s attack on Romney with accusations that Romney has a timetable for withdrawal : it is a lie. And it is disgusting when a candidate such a McCain, who built a campaign on “higher than others moral ground” is lying. The fact that Romney is willing to discuss an end of Iraq war (not a timetable!!!) is a very good sign for me. It shows that Romney is a real pragmatist and as such he sees that we have a mission in Iraq and as long as soon as that mission is completed, we have no further business there. Romney is not for capitulation, Romney is not for withdrawal due to ideology. Romney is for victorious end of the war, is anything wrong with ending the war victoriously and going home? McCain wants us to stay in Iraq forever and wants our troops to serve and protect Iraqis (which is very silly in my view). I do not want our troops there in harms ways serving Iraqis. So Romney position is clear: get the job done, take care of results and then get out!
2. McCain is continuously mocking the fact that Romney is rich and therefore spending his wealth for elections. Since when it is a stigma to be rich in America?
I am for Romney because:

• Romney is smart, unlike McCain (who was  ranked fifth from the bottom in a class of about 800 graduates) Romney was a brilliant student

graduated from a joint Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration program coordinated between Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He graduated cum laude from the law school and was named a Baker Scholar for graduating in the top five percent of his business school class. McCain, on other hand, graduated near the bottom of his class from Annapolis Naval Academy. (read more)

• Romney is successful, he is campaigning in depth and seriously (unlike Thompson and Giuliani).
• Romney is a man of moral convictions and does not play with his faith as McCain does: today McCain is “Episcopalian,” tomorrow Baptist, after tomorrow he might be a Mormon.
• He is a successful guy and a proven manager (which by definition make him an excellent leader) as I wrote previously. I see no contradiction between leader and manager.

If not Mitt Romney who can be a better president ?

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McCain versus me

How McCain lost me:

#1 New York times endorsement is the real kiss off death. I will never associate myself with a person endorsed by NY times.

#2 global warming: he speaks of global warming? Let Al Gore vote for him!!!

#3 leadership versus management ? This thing is really killing me ! Anybody who has at least a slightest understanding of management can comprehend the fact that any good manager is a leader, otherwise he/she is not a manager. Since when being a manager contradicts being a leader? You want to be a leader but not a manager? Like who? Like Ayatollah? Furer? Like tribal chief?

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