Obama’s in trouble, and the left knows it. So does the media.

Today was the day we have been waiting for here in Indiana, as it is the day we voted in our own primary. Of course, Your’s Truly and my wife voted. But the whole attention given on this is on the presidential election. But that is not where we HAVE to pay attention.

We are going to have either a hard left socialist liberal in the White House or a moderate Republican. So it is imperative the we put as many Constitutional Conservatives into the Senate and the House of Representatives.

But we are in for a wild ride from now until after November folks. Mark my words here. The democrats and the media are imploding on themselves right now, and the democrats are turning coat, and saying things that goes totally against what they always believe. Even Clinton, who has essentially given an endorsement of Romney, without really saying it. Here is what he said, when asked by Harvey Weinstein, who was the former Miramax chief, and now runs the Weinstein Company, and was filling in for Piers Morgan on CNN this question:

“Romney keeps talking about his experience at Bain Capital, producing jobs. Do you think Romney can produce jobs that Obama can’t?”

Now, usually we get an agenda answer that runs exactly along the lines of Obama. This time, the former president didn’t.

“I think he had a good business career. If you go in and you try to save a failing company, and you and I have friends here who invest in companies, you can invest in a company, run up the debt, loot it, sell all the assets, and force all the people to lose their retirement and fire them. Or you can go into a company, have cutbacks, try to make it more productive with the purpose of saving it. When you try, like anything else you try, you don’t always succeed. I don’t think that we ought to get into the position where we say this is bad work. This is good work. There’s no question that getting up and going to the office and basically performing the essential functions of the office, a man who’s been governor and had a sterling business career crosses the qualification threshold.”

Now, this is happening a lot over the last week or so. And with it, Obama has a real problem. His troops are rebelling. Clinton essentially said that Mitt Romney can produce jobs that Obama can’t. It’s as Rush said today, “Can Romney produce jobs that Obama can’t? Look, he’s been in business. Does that make him more qualified than Obama? Clinton said “Yeah, it does.”

But that isn’t all. We have things going on all over the place. Even this afternoon on CNBC, Romney was asked about this.

“Do you believe that these attacks on you are unfair? Why have you not more publicly embraced your past in private equity?”

Now, this was sort of a strange question because Romney has been defending his private equity days, all the time. He hasn’t been running from it at all. So, his answer was right on the money: “Well, I’m happy to embrace my past in private equity. I’m very proud of my record. I’m proud of the work that I’ve had both as the governor of Massachusetts and as well as the leader of the Olympics. And certainly at Bain Capital, an enterprise I helped found and I think Bain Capital has a good and solid record. I was happy to see President Clinton made a similar statement today, called my record superb. I certainly believe it’s a record that shows I understand how the economy works.”

And during this, Obama was out in Minnesota, which is right next door to Wisconsin, blaming Congress and Bush for the jobs not being there, after being the president of this country for three and a half years. So, if you add Clinton to Deval Patrick,and Fast Eddie Rendell, Cory Booker and Lanny Davis and others, who as democrats have come out and defended private equity because they are knowing that private equity is the way to go. They have all served in office or on what Rush says is K street, and they couldn’t have gotten along without Private equity, and still can’t.
Obama is out there ripping the former president for what has become HIS ECONOMY, not Bush’s and his being too big a coward to admit where his mistakes are, are not doing his re election campaign NO GOOD AT ALL. But keep your eyes open, because the interesting times on what is coming will make you wonder about where we are going. But keep in mind, the only way to get us back on track to a robust economy and a strong country, is to oust Obama in November and as many democrats as possible. We then need to stay alert so the election after that will product more democrat losses. Then, and only then will this country thrive. The democrats liberal agendas destroy, not build this country. Remember that and never fall asleep again.

May God Bless our efforts to help get America back, and put God back into our country
God Bless America, Bless all Americans, and bless us to start using more common sense.


About Robert P. Garding

I am a Reagan Conservative, who is very alarmed at the Liberals who have just lost their majority over our government, but continue to act like it never happened. They have to be stopped. NOW or even sooner.
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3 Responses to Obama’s in trouble, and the left knows it. So does the media.

  1. mitch says:

    I don’t want rush in and say we have a victory, but it appears that solid Americans are starting to wake up and admit to the terrible mistake we made by electing this President. I say, “we” in a general way, because I did not vote for him. But, I am willing to forgive those who did, if only they come to their senses and realize what they did. This Marxist is halfway towards destroying the country we all grew up in. Give him another four years and he will complete the job. Bill Clinton came as close as he could to endorsing Romney and still call himself a Democrat. I, for one, thought it refreshing. How many more on the Left will come out and say this man is bad for America? My guess would be a lot. Should be fun to watch.
    reply from Robert: You are right. We can’t relax on this one bit. Because they will do everything in their power to make us think that we are the ones that are wrong, and they are right. And sadly there are those of us who will fall for it. So we have to be ready for anything. At least for now we are awake.

  2. Seane-Anna says:

    Whether Bill Clinton was trying to give a backhanded endorsement of Romney or not, his praise for Romney’s business career was definitely a shot at Obama. There are cracks in the Left; the pragmatic and honest liberals are breaking ranks with the ideologues willing to do or say any dishonest thing to stay in power and advance their agenda. As the election gets closer this divide will undoubtedly grow, with the ideologues getting more and more outraged and paranoid. Like Mitch says, this will be fun to watch. Grab the popcorn!
    reply from Robert: Interesting is the least of it. Today, Clinton endorsed Obama, after someone on the Obama team said something to him. Interesting? Yes, it’s getting more so every day. What is next, is anybody’s guess, but whatever it is, it is going to be good.

  3. mabattoir says:

    They had a name in the 1960″s for the kind of “grin” the anointed one makes when he thinks he’s made a point worthy of Bartlett’s Book of Quotations. While he is absorbing what adulation he believes his audience is bestowing upon him for his remarks, Barack “I am the Greatest” Obama is trying to find a way he can win the Nobel prize for Literature for both of his so-called autobiographies or the Nobel Prize for Economics for his deft handling of the American economy, or the Nobel Prize for Medicine for Obamacare or the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for how to turn pond scum into a sustainable source of energy for the future and last but not least the Nobel Prize for Physics for giving this nation an enema each every day for the last 3 1/2 years since taking office. But seriously folks, we need to keep our eye on the prize and not allow anything to distract us from the task of making this president a one timer and after he leaves the scene to get out the mops and buckets and clean up the mess he and his psychophants (sic) have left for us. Let’s get going.
    reply from Robert: I am sure glad that I am not alone in this feeling that he HAS TO BE a one term UNwonder.

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