Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Clinton Underground

Thought for the day... You can tell how big a scandal is by how quickly Hillary gets out of town and how long she stays in hiding.

Seriously. Where is the Secretary of State during all of these international crises?

Perhaps the price for Bill to support Barack in 2012 was to have Hillary protected from all of the Benghazi/Middle East fallout. Regardless, I think the phone is ringing a lot at 3:00 a.m., and no one is there to answer.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Semper Fi

Happy Birthday, Marines. Today we celebrate--and are thankful for--237 years of dedication, strength, and uncommon valor.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Four More Years

Gosh, wouldn't it be nice to have an administration that can go just 48 hours without a scandal or coverup?

It seems the only time classified information about our national security gets protected is when it protects Obama's end goals. This administration could release all of the details of the bin Laden raid 24 hours after the fact--with no concern for operational repercussions or the safety of the special forces involved--but it takes several days (including Election Day, shock) to reveal that Iran attacked one of our military drones.

Plus, it seems that it's just fine for the government to release sensitive operational details to Hollywood directors making a movie glorifying Obama's role in the bin Laden raid. But if the actual Navy SEAL heroes of the raid collaborate with a video game maker, they're reprimanded and docked pay.

Think about it. Who would be more careful about protecting the classified and sensitive nature of operations? Some schmuck whose greatest risk was deciding which hallucinogen to take in college, or the American patriots who've given their lives to protecting the nation. Which one is more likely to know what's safe to talk about and what's not?

Who really has skin in this game? If this is what the first three days are like, just imagine the next four years.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

A Bitter Pill

Wow. I truly am stunned by the election results last night. It's not so much that Obama won--it's that he won so quickly and so completely.

Not only that, but my beloved Virginia couldn't overcome the overwhelming liberal majority in Fairfax County, which is where the election was truly lost. And once again the Commonwealth is colored blue.

Beyond all the political ramifications and legitimate concerns for the nation and its electorate, I'm most heartsick at the fact that a truly good man was defeated by an enigma. Mitt Romney is an honorable, decent, honest American. His words matched his works--his love of country drove his campaign.

And America voted against this.

Well done, Mitt and Ann. Thank you for giving America hope and for reminding us what it's like to have faithful, classy, and honest leaders so close to the White House.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012


Here's my prediction for the election. Romney wins with 282 electoral votes compared to Obama's 256.  Romney will take Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Colorado, in addition to his other solid states.

Stay out there and vote. It's not over until all the polls close. This is the moment.

Let's Go, Virginia!

We just got back from voting and from the polling places here, turnout is high in the Valley. This is a good sign for Romney.

Nothing better than seeing that check next to the Romney/Ryan line.

Romney was on the Chris Plante show this morning, and he said that the road to victory goes right through Virginia. Let's go, Old Dominion! He may not be from here like Washington or Jefferson, but we can get him there.

Election Day

This is it, folks--election day. Get out there and vote for Romney. I'm not going to give you that wishy-washy line, "I don't care who you vote for. Just go vote." That's crap.

Go vote for Romney/Ryan. Vote for a better America. Vote for a brighter future. Vote for real change.

Throughout the day I'll post some of the best and inspirational videos and articles. Because it's not about what the media pushes and it's not about what Obama wants.

It's about winning back America. Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can't Lose.

Romney/Ryan Rock Red Rocks in Colorado

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Virginia Can't Take Four More Years

After 82 years, Bill's Barbecue in Richmond closed up for the last time. Check out this commercial from the Romney camp highlighting the human cost of Obama's failed economic policies.

Think about that. Bill's opened in 1930. That means they survived the Great Depression. World War II. They saw 15 presidents get elected. They served Richmond through economic boom and bust. They were there for generations.

But all it took was four years of Obama to shutter their doors. One man. Four years. Total failure.