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America the Beautiful – May She Rest In Peace

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Now that those afflicted with Obamentia have opted for an even greater Obamapression, the time has come for Americans who yearn for freedom to recognize that they have a big psychological hump to get over — the belief that the U.S can reverse course and make a comeback. America — at [...]

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Missing from the Debate: Liberty, Freedom, and the Constitution

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Talk about theatre — Tuesday’s slugfest between MittMan and the Dean of Duplicity had all the drama of the Thrilla in Manila.  A couple of times, when Romney and Obama got in each other’s face, it appeared as though they might even come to blows. But, then, one has to remind [...]

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Biden Carries Out His Mission — Badly.

By Robert Ringer - Saturday, October 13, 2012

As I was watching Biden make an ass of himself in front of more than 30 million people, my guess, early on, was that Obama was probably screaming at his television set, “You idiot!  What the hell are you doing?” After a half hour or so of nonstop grinning, giggling, boisterous [...]

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The problem is not Obama. It is us.

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, October 10, 2012

According to Rasmussen Reports, Mitt Romney is now ahead in eleven swing states, all of which were won by Obama in 2008. These include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The Rasmussen survey also revealed that 46 percent of swing state voters are “certain” [...]

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Free-market Wannabe Mitt Needs Close Monitoring

By Robert Ringer - Friday, October 5, 2012

Overlooked in the jubilation of Mitt Romney’s TKO of the Master of the Forked Tongue were his comments regarding his pledge to repeal the Dodd-Frank bill, the 2010 law that overhauled the oversight of the financial industry. Said Romney, “Regulation is essential. You can’t have a free market work without regulation.” [...]

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Taking Obama Seriously

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, September 18, 2012

As I read Dinesh D’Souza’s latest masterpiece, Obama’s America, it occurred to me that there really are two Americas.  I’m not talking about John Edwards’ political exploitation scam about rich versus poor. What I’m referring to is that, in the broadest sense, there are two camps in America when it comes [...]

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Bernanke and QE3 to the Rescue

By Robert Ringer - Friday, September 14, 2012

Surprise, surprise — QE3 to the rescue, just in time to help Chairman Obama get reelected.  The Wall Street arm of government is, of course, jubilant, because it means stocks are almost certain to shoot upward. But what most people — including those in the media — cannot seem to grasp [...]

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Massachusetts Mitt Beginning to Emerge

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, September 11, 2012

I’d like to say that I was stunned when I heard Mitt Romney tell uber-progressive David Gregory on Meet the Press that he doesn’t plan to get rid of Obamacare completely, but the sad truth is that I wasn’t.  Clearly, the man is irreversibly afflicted with statitis.  He couldn’t even wait [...]

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Osama bin Laden is Dead and GM is Alive!

By Robert Ringer - Friday, September 7, 2012

An Obama ad running in Ohio says, “Ohio auto workers are leading the recovery, with autos supporting 1 out of every 8 Ohio jobs and workers in 80 counties. That’s why President Obama stepped up, rescued the jobs, saved the industry.” Nice talk, except for one inconvenient little fact:  It’s not [...]

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Bill Clinton — a Smart Guy with Bad Judgment?

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, September 6, 2012

What a speech by Bubba!  After more than ten years of practice and tens of millions of dollars in honorariums, the man has evolved into one heck of a speaker. To his credit, he put it all on the line in keeping his side of his grand bargain with Barack Obama:  [...]

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The Dirty Dems’ Desperate Lineup

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, September 5, 2012

I admit to not watching much of the Democratic National Convention last night, but the purposely revved up noise and chaotic environment reminded me more of an Occupy Wall Street event than the hopey-changey thing that the Dirty Dems pulled off the last time around. What struck me as remarkable was [...]

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The Allure of Communism

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, September 5, 2012

If you’re among those scratching their heads and trying to figure out why Barack Obama isn’t behind in the polls by at least 20 points — why, in fact, approximately 43 percent of voters have already made up their minds to vote for him, notwithstanding his destruction of the U.S. economy, [...]

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Saving America, Romney Style

By Robert Ringer - Friday, August 24, 2012

The cover story in the September issue of Newsmax is titled “Saving America: Mitt and Ann Share Their Personal Journey.” It reminded me once again that so long as people look to politicians to solve their problems — or the nation’s problems — the problems will only get worse.  Politicians are [...]

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Greta, Me, and Perplexity

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, August 15, 2012

In a recent Donald Trump appearance (by phone) on Greta the Grinch’s show, Trump was at his statist best.  Among other things, he casually mentioned, when Greta brought up Harry Reid’s name, that “Harry’s a good friend of mine.” How lovely.  It’s nice to know that had Trump become president, he [...]

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Does Termination of Employment Really Cause Cancer?

By Robert Ringer - Friday, August 10, 2012

The latest story that the media and professional politicos are all abuzz about is the jaw-dropping Democratic ad accusing Mitt Romney of being responsible for the death of an employee who was terminated from his job at a company once controlled by Bain Capital. The media loves this kind of nonsense, [...]

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Bill Clinton Enters the Enemy’s Tent

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Political junkies are all atwitter over the announcement that Bill Clinton will renominate Commie Obammie at the Democratic National Convention in September.  And why not?  It makes for great theater — if that’s what you want to call the Clinton-Obama soap opera. Now, let’s be clear here.  The Clintons and the [...]

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Aurora: The gun-control debate goes on.

By Robert Ringer - Saturday, July 21, 2012

Well, here we are again.  It’s been 13 years since Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed 13 students at Columbine High School in Colorado … five years since Seung-Hui Cho slaughtered 32 students and faculty members at Virginia Tech … now 12 dead in an Aurora, Colorado movie theater at the [...]

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Could the Republicans actually end up with a ticket of two jellyfish?

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Even though I have little respect for Mitt Romney, it’s kind of painful watching him squirm and demand apologies from the Master of Distraction.  The Kenyan Kid and his army of political henchmen are squishing the Massachusetts Jellyfish with questions about his past tax returns, his financial holdings in Switzerland, Bermuda, [...]

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Alert the media: We’re going over a “fiscal cliff.”

By Robert Ringer - Friday, July 13, 2012

Erskine Bowles, Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff and co-chairman of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform along with former Republican senator Alan Simpson, raised a lot of eyebrows when he said, on CNBC’s Squawk Box, “If I had to tell you the probability, I’d say the chances are [...]

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Why Not Invade the Cayman Islands and Bring Back Romney’s Stash?

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, July 12, 2012

Watching all the nonsensical babble going on between Obamney and Rombama, one can’t help but to fantasize about what Newt Gingrich, notwithstanding all his flaws, could have done to the Marxmeister in the White House had he been the Republican nominee.  If Newt could have somehow avoided another egomania seizure, he [...]

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Mark Levin on Voting Your Conscience

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, July 5, 2012

I don’t disagree with Mark Levin too often. He’s smart, knowledgeable, colorful, and, most important, zealous when it comes to calling a duck a duck — or a communist a communist. A couple days ago, however, I had to part ways with him on an issue. One of Levin’s callers was [...]

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Mitch McConnell to the Rescue

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, July 3, 2012

It’s hard to imagine how anything could top Judas John Roberts’ “Can’t we all get along?” anticonstitutional decision that the government can tax Americans for not obeying orders to buy whatever they are commanded to buy. But topped it was.  Immediately after Justice John’s scurrilous decision, those in the media and [...]

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Barack Obama and Justified versus Unjustified Treason

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Now that everyone other than Jay Carney and Alan Colmes realizes that Barack Obama has no intention of upholding the Constitution or enforcing laws with which he does not agree, while at the same time ignoring Congress and the Supreme Court and inventing his own laws, the T word — treason [...]

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A Bloodbath Debate: Mitt Romney versus Michelle Malkin

By Robert Ringer - Friday, June 22, 2012

I don’t know how much credence to give it, but a Bloomberg National Poll released Wednesday showed Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney 53 percent to 40 percent among likely voters. Sounds a bit questionable to me, but, regardless, it’s a reminder that the most corrupt, lying, arrogant, Marxist president in U.S. [...]

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Will Bernanke and QE3 Save Obama?

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, June 21, 2012

With Bernanke National Bank and Trust cranking up the printing presses yet again (“QE3”) in a desperate attempt to save Commie Obamie from defeat in November, the question is whether or not it will work.  The truth is that no one can know for certain, because there are too many disparate [...]

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The Government’s Game of Phony Issues

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, June 19, 2012

News flash:  The government and the media are engaged in a giant game of recycling and hyping the same old, worn-out, phony issues for those who are inclined to take them seriously.  Some examples: Something must be done to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.  We must impose tougher sanctions.  [...]

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Jeb Bush Comes Out of the Closet

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Jeb Bush, son of the man who began the downhill slide of the Republican Party by going back on his no-new-taxes pledge — and brother of the man who continued where his father left off by using “compassionate conservatism” to push the U.S. to the edge of the financial cliff and [...]

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The Clintons Begin Laying the Groundwork for 2016

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, June 12, 2012

From the first day of Hillary’s downfall, I never had a doubt that the HillBillies would seek revenge on “the amateur” who outslicked them in the 2008 Democratic primary.  Axelthugs Incorporated, knowing they would have a problem on their hands, took Michael Corleone’s godfatherly advice — “Keep your friends close, but [...]

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States Have a Right to Secede from the Union – No Matter What the Polls Say

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, June 7, 2012

According to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll, 24 percent of Americans believe that states have a right to secede from the union.  It’s not surprising that this number is ten points higher than it was in 2010, given the Obamaviks’ march toward an all-powerful, all-controlling central government. Should Obama manage to [...]

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Is God through with John Edwards?

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Speaking of nauseating spectacles, John Edwards’ first campaign speech after being found not guilty of illegal use of campaign funds was right up there with Bush and Obama yukking it up at the White House — on the same day yet! Words like slimy and despicable have been tossed around rather [...]

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Bush and Obama: A Slobbering Love Affair at the White House

By Robert Ringer - Saturday, June 2, 2012

Wednesday’s White House was the scene of one of the greatest bipartisan love fests in recent memory.  The occasion was the unveiling ceremony for the White House portraits of George W. Bush and wife Laura. It was a perfect setting for another in an endless string of staged events to make [...]

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Criminal Penalties for Politicians Who Violate the Constitution

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, May 31, 2012

The posturing on whether or not to extend the “Bush tax cuts” continues in Congress, with vote-addicted politicians pretending as though the outcome is of life-or-death importance.  It is, in fact, nothing more than a political sideshow intended to distract voters. The phrase “Bush tax cuts” implies that whatever taxes people [...]

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