I’m not sure how to proceed in 2013


After some handsome conservative wins around the state of North Carolina, it’s still really hard to take Obama’s victory.  Obama is a big government, more spending, nanny-state, communist, dictator.  He’s not a leader.  He’s a tyrant.  He’s a tyrant who’s just not violent yet.

For our Liberal friends –>

NEWS ALERT: Obama doesn’t give on crap about you!

Obamacare, Benghazi-gate, no federal budget in 4 years, very high unemployment for 4 years, inflation, Cash for Clunkers, Government Motors, increased medical insurance prices, Obama telling us “you didn’t build that”, and still the worst president in US history narrowly defeated Romney who is a strong business man referred to in CEO circles as the “turn-around guy.”  And then there’s the “fiscal cliff” crisis that just emerged after the election.  There was not talk about it from Obama during the election and little talk about it from the GOP, but dang… that’s all there is now.  The coverage is so saturated, that the Benghazi-gate story gets little coverage.

I hate Obama’s policies and agenda, but I am still angry at Republicans for being the Party of Stupid and losing this election.  There is no excuse.  And the only reason that makes sense is an intentional loss.  Why else would Romney have conceded a fraud riddled race at 1am on Election night?

Romney lost because of massive Obama fraud AND the Republican Party’s obvious lack of any meaningful message, not-to-mention the way the GOP managed to alienate every non-liberal group in the country – TEA Parties,  conservative activists, libertarian leaning Ron Paul supporters, women, Hispanics, Blacks, and somehow Jews.  What the heck?  Shame of the “big tent” GOP for this short-sighted power grab. Romney and the RNC fought the other Republican presidential candidates more ferociously than they ever dared fight Obama’s failed policies and his record.  Why?  Why?

What do all these things have in common?  A shoe, a Golden Retriever, a 35-year old with no experience in government, a woman, another Black man?  But the GOP was distracted by keeping their exclusive political power.  The GOP took their eye off the ball (defeating Obama), instead they focused on keeping all the establishment RINO’s in office and getting them into power.  They didn’t want the conservative thinkers that lean TEA to win seats. The GOP could have beaten THIS president – the worst president in history!!  All they had to do was beat Obama with a cohesive message and an solid explanation of how Obama’s policies are wrong for America and the middle-class.

Waitin’ for the train.

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Christine Gates

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About Christine

I believe in the CONSERVATIVE principles and values of the Republican Party as they are written, and not how they are currently practiced by today's RINO's. Smaller government, lower taxes, more personal responsibility, states' rights, free market capitalism, and less government intrusion in our lives!
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6 Responses to I’m not sure how to proceed in 2013

  1. Edward Lineback says:

    You can see him stirring the pot now with this fiscal cliff posture he has assumed. He is attempting to encite rioting if he doesn’t get HIS way. My never humble opinion, this nation went over the “cliff” on Novermber 6, 2012. How we proceed from here just doesn’t matter much anymore. We need to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. It’s in God’s hands now.

  2. OVER THE CLIFF!!! LET’S DO IT!!!

    That’s what I say. If cutting deficit spending and getting control of the national debt is really an important priority for you, then you should welcome going over the cliff. I personally hope Obama and Boehner can’t come to an agreement. Let’s make some meaningful cuts in the wasteful and bloated military. Let’s raise taxes on the spoiled rich. Let’s raise taxes on the spoiled middle class. Let’s raise taxes on the spoiled working class. And let’s get rid of the payroll tax holiday which will only weaken Social Security in the long run.

    Going over the cliff is the best way to restore fiscal sanity and keep the national economy from crashing.

    The original Tea Party was formed primarily as a response to runaway deficit spending. The best way to reverse this problem is to go over the fiscal cliff.

    Over the cliff! Let’s do it!

  3. Gordon Ipock says:

    You seem to be wising up, Christine, and seeing the Republican Party for what it truly is: an old-boy club for the well-connected. There is and never has been anything “conservative” or patriotic about it. I figured this out about 25 years ago.

    Also, no truly conservative or patriotic political alternative will ever be possible as long as the Republican establishment retains control of that party. The only way to get rid of the Republican Party is for it to lose, lose, and keep losing. That’s the only way to weaken it enough to destroy it and replace it with some kind of worthwhile alternative. If Obama is the means to the destruction of the Republican Party, then I support Obama.

    This is a revolutionary approach. But nothing less will do.

  4. Questionman says:

    New Years Rant against the Racist Right

    Happy New Year…or whatever.
    Anyway. Suprising the racist right can’t start the new year without smearing and demeaning the thing they hate the most. A Minority whose leader of a Majority..In other words, a Black Man as President.

    Last year, I admitted that Obama lies. He’s a politican…All politicans lies, but what I won’t stand is that he is called a liar by the exact same hypocrites who lie about the President on a daily basis. Lies about his ideology, his birth place, his birth certificate, his religion, his layolity to America, and now, the way he beat Romney in the 2012 election.

    Obama…He is as honest as the next man. Unfortunately they way we see truth differs. His just is at the end of the spectrum with complete truth on the other side.

    Is Barack Obama a Communist?

    No, If he were that would mean every republican is a communist as well, Is John Boehner also a communist? If President Obama were a Communist he wouldn’t have worried so much about re-election He’d most likely be running unopposed. He is not a communist

    Is Barack Obama a Marxist?

    No, I’m pretty sure he’s never read the “Communist Manifesto” Either.

    Is Barack Obama destroying America?

    No, But the potential for danger is there with all the Bush Policies and people he kept in place! ‘Bama isn’t destroying America as fast as Bush did or Romney would. But he’s not turning it around, either.

    Is Barack Obama a Traitor to America?

    Nope, if you want traitors, you should look to Reagan (Iranian hostages) and Nixon (Paris peace)

    Is Barack Obama an evil man?

    No he is a good man with good intentions who may not be going about things in the right way, besides.No one can truly judge what’s in a mans heart! Obama is NOT an evil incompetent jackass

    Is Barack Obama a Dictator?
    No he isn’t

    Is Barack Obama a muslim?

    His father and his mother is Muslim but Obama is Not.
    Obama described his own beliefs in relation to the religious upbringing of his parents:

    My father was from Kenya and a lot of people in his village were Muslim. He didn’t practice Islam. Truth is he wasn’t very religious. My mother was a Christian from Kansas, and they married and then divorced. I was raised by my mother. So, I’ve always been a Christian. The only connection I’ve had to Islam is that my grandfather on my father’s side came from that country. But I’ve never practiced Islam

    Does Barack Obama hate America?

    No, He doesn’t even hate the people who lodge these asinine claims against him repeatedly.

    In the past 13 months, Obama’s enacted $1.7T in cuts and now $0.6T in revenues. And Republicans are demanding yet more cuts . . . except to defense contractors since government spending can’t create jobs unless it’s laundered through the DoD.

    This is ludicrous. Republicans are evil, mendacious, mind-boggingly stupid, or some combination thereof. And Obama is a fool nearly beyond reckoning for trying to be the “adult in the room” by negotiating with himself.
    There’s nothing to cut except for Military at this point. And yet, you hear about “spending problems,” but never revenue problems. These people don’t live in reality though. Just an incredibly selfish, ignorant bubble.

    http://www.tnr.com/blog/jonathan-cohn/110606/obama-deficit-reduction-offer-spending-cut-tax-increase-boehner

    Hey, its nobody’s fault but your own if you’re eating franks and beans…

    Bush took more days off as President than anyone…ever.

    Sounds to me like you’re just jealous…

    I’m sick to death of you idiots and your hateful bitching and moaning over every single goddamned thing this President does. He could sigh at your petulant screeching and you’d flip out that he’s using more than his fair share of oxygen. Do me a favor and please PLEASE go see if you can get brain implants to fill the voids between your ears. Perhaps then the intelligent Republicans you’ve been so busy purging from your ranks can step in and take control of your party back.

    Some political commentators claim that George W. Bush will go down in history as the worst president ever. It would be more accurate to describe him as the second-worst president of the postwar era.

    Climbing to the nation’s highest office after overseeing more lethal injections than any other Texas governor in history, before or since, Bush soon made a name for himself by using the Office of Faith-Based Initiatives to reward his political friends, using the Department of Justice to punish his political enemies, and using the fear of international terrorism to radically expand executive power.

    the worst president by far was George W. Bush. He started 2 wars, allowed us to be attacked on 9/11, set international relations back 50 years, tortured prisoners, the Patriot Act, cut taxes on the wealthy and corporations that deregulated markets that helped lead to a great Republican recession. In fact in 8 years in office, I can’t think of anything positive to come out of his presidency.

    Republicans have grown to habitually blame everything on Barack Obama. The economy? Barack Obama. The deficit? Barack Obama. The fact that it’s 2013 and we still don’t have flying cars? Barack Obama, well, and maybe Bill Gates.

    They have grown so used to doing this that they cannot stop.

    Republicans: We screwed you all, but thanks for blaming it on the black guy!

  5. Edward Lineback says:

    What merit?

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