Hmm… The GOP promised a surprise convention speaker. Could it be Sarah Palin? According to reports Sarah Palin was canceled on FOX News tonight.
No, not Sarah, considering the GOP has marginalized all the grassroots and is banking on “moderation” aka liberalism disguised as conservatism. The idea is to fool, bully or browbeat enough actual conservatives to vote for Romney.
Word of advice to conservatives: vote “undecided”; we have no dog in this fight.
A second word: Buy guns. And lots of ammo.
Would love it to be Palin or Clint.
#3 August 29, 2012 at 6:30 pm
FOXNEWS the bowl of zealots, not watching them tonight. They really allienating the conservatives. I loathe them GOPes.
i ♥ Rand Paul
Strong rumors that it just might be Clint Eastwood.
Is Clint Eastwood ‘Myster’ RNC Speaker? He’s Heading to Tampa | TheBlaze.com
Clint Eastwood To Speak At Republican Convention on Thursday: Fox News
tis rumored Clint is headed that way..
Obama has no accomplishments to run on, a destitute economy, and morass even in his own party despite the fact that they control the Presidency, the Senate, and Supreme Court.
The fact that Romney stays neck-and-neck with Obama in what should be a landslide pretty much proves what a weak candidate Romney is. Which is only worse when you realize how weak he is personally given his history in the financial/business sector. He is not, after all, an entrepreneur, but a “fixer” who made his living by manipulating paper transactions and skimming off the top. The truth is that he’s no different from the Chinese Politburo Apparatchiks who admittedly rape their own people worse than Romney. The Chicoms are more ruthless but both they and Romney use the same methodology. Both are inherently devoid of worth; parasitism is their daily bread.
Romney is in no way as bad/liberal as Obama.
But that does not mean Romney is much better.
He’s not, in fact, although the details of his ineptitude differ from Obama, the aggregate is still in the realm of “Empty Suit”.
And given the low bar of Obama’s standards, that says a lot about Romney.
Clint Eastwood will be speaking at the Republican Convention in Tampa on Thursday according to Fox News. The network’s website is reporting that a GOP source confirmed “that Eastwood is indeed the mystery speaker”. Thursday night’s line-up has a “To Be Announced” speaker scheduled ahead of Senator Marco Rubio and GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney himself. Eastwood’s name was floated earlier this week as the speaker along with former VP nominee Sarah Palin, Donald Trump and even a hologram of former President Ronald Reagan. No stranger to politics, Eastwood served as the Mayor of Carmel, California from 1986 to 1988. He supported John McCain in 2008 and endorsed Mitt Romney earlier this month at a Sun Valley fundraiser. “Now more than ever do we need Mitt Romney, I’m going to be voting for him,” the Oscar winner said as the GOP nominee stood next to him on August 4. If Eastwood is really heading to Tampa to speak Thursday evening, he’s going to have to get going soon. Deadline has learned that as of Wednesday afternoon, the actor/director was still at his home in Carmel. Eastwood’s latest film, The Trouble With The Curve comes out on September 21, 2012.
btw.. couldn’t believe it opened with a commercial tribute
to Ron Paul.. can’t begin to imagine how much he paid for
So, Halftime commercial was more than just another commercial.
Romney can fix the economy far better than Obama. We have facts about Obama’s experience and a Community organizer and a Senator that voted present most of the time knows nothing about how our nation runs.
Socialism is the opposite direction for this nation. Those who voted for him are now second guessing this time around. Polls are one thing but when those who voted for him before go into the voting places they need to take a hard look at both candidates and ask, the famous line from Reagan, “are you better off today than you were 4 years ago?”
Romney will come out the clear winner.
August 29, 2012
Sarah Palin: Fox Canceled on Me
I’m sorry Fox cancelled all my scheduled interviews tonight because I
sure wanted to take the opportunity on the air to highlight Senator John
McCain’s positive contributions to America, to honor him, and to reflect
on what a biased media unfairly put him through four years ago tonight.
Granted, our honored and esteemed war hero has gone through much
more than the liberal media can ever do to him in their efforts to harm
this patriot. I look forward to hearing his words to his fellow Americans
tonight more than any of the other convention speeches. God bless John
McCain. Thank you for everything. And happy birthday, my friend.
- Sarah Palin
hmm, got a warning this was an attack page??
at any rate, here’s another link to the RNC (big screen)..
Beautiful tribute to President George W. Bush and his father.
hmmm, maybe Sarah will be there after all??
or maybe i’m just dreaming out loud.. *sigh*
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