A Quick Guide to the Tax Plans of Obama & Romney

Simple and easy to understand, Obama's and Romney's tax plans side-by-side. Which one would you rather have?

 

Where is America's Godfrey Bloom? We Certainly Need One!

What Do the 2008 Debates Tell Us We Can Expect from Obama in the Upcoming Debates? More Lies and More Distortions!

With the second 2012 presidential debate, a Townhall Forum, coming up on Tuesday, October 16, we decided that we would go back over our tape of the 2008 Townhall debate and the other two 2008 debates, to see what Obama said then and what perhaps we could expect this time around.

The amount of lies Obama told in the 2008 debates is staggering. Let’s go over a few of them.

Earlier this year we talked about the failure of the courts to knock down the increasing demands of this administration for more ethanol in gasoline. (And Erika followed up on it last month.) In addition to the risk of damage to the current fleet of vehicles, these policies have also been driving up the cost of corn to farmers. How bad has it gotten? Some dairy farms are closing up shop because they just can’t afford to feed their herds. 

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"I am very happy with Candy Crowley as the moderator—and with the debate format." (Leftist Alan Combs, about three hours before the second debate; Combs is author of the book, "How Liberals Saved America"; his statement just about says it all)

If you go behind enemy lines enough times, you’re going to get nailed. Mitt Romney got smacked several times in the second of the 2012 presidential debates, because he was behind enemy lines. Get caught there and you’re not apt to get any breaks.

I believe Mitt Romney is a good person. He is a great parent. He is an excellent husband. He is a fine businessman. He is a super debater. But he is a horrible politician. You don’t voluntarily go onto your opponent’s home field—behind enemy lines, as it were, onto a format your opponent chooses with a moderator that strongly agrees with him politically—without demanding that you get to fight a battle on your home field with your chosen moderator. Or at least you demand a second moderator who agrees more with your views. But that’s exactly what Mittens did. 

"Sandra Fluke called Obama after the debate last night to see if he was alright." (Greg Gutfeld on "the Five," describing how badly he believed Obama was beaten in the debate; 10-4, 12)

In the first presidential debate of 2012, Barack Obama found himself in a situation that he puts out every effort to dodge: where someone is able to confront him regarding his claims and actions, where he does not have specific questions but only general ones. This was a rare situation for him, and his facial expressions and overall demeanor showed he would rather have had someone give him forty whacks with a steel rod than have been there.

Obama’s narcissistic nature—which is a psychosis—that has been on full display for the last four years showed itself even moreso last night. One narcissistic trait is fear of situations where the narcissist might be challenged. Narcissists lust to have their views and themselves affirmed—they crave attention and are extremely self-centered. They loathe the idea of having to prove themselves; they are not stupid people. They are naturally manipulative and deceitful—hence the constant stream of lies and distortions that Obama has drowned the nation with the last four years.

Quotation Showing Barack Obama's Static View of the Economy, Which is Marxist, and His Belief in Wealth Redistribution, Which is Also Marxist "As we try to resuscitate this notion that we are all in this thing together, leave nobody behind, we do have to be innovative and thinking what are the delivery systems that are actually effective and meet people where they live. And my suggestion, I guess-would be that the trick-and this is one of the few areas where I think there are technical issues that have to be dwelt with as opposed to just political issues. I think the trick is figuring out how do we structure government systems that pool resources and hence facilitate some redistribution, because I actually believe in redistribution at a certain level to make sure that everybody has a shot." (Loyala University, October 19, 1998)

"And yes, my plan will continue to reduce the carbon pollution that is heating our planet-because climate change is not a hoax.  More droughts and floods and wildfires are not a joke.  They're a threat to our children's future.  And in this election, you can do something about it." (From the Liar in Chief Himself, in his acceptance speech at the Dum Convention, 8-6,12, pumping "Global Warming" in a blatant attempt to obtain funds threatened to be withheld by the Carbon Cult if he did not throw the Warmers a little filthy language about CO2). 

It's no great wonder that so many people are ready to defund the playground for adults with the minds of children who goggle at the stars-seeing little green men in flying saucers tittuping hither and yon around the universe. 

At speeches Obama has given every day over the last 3 1/2 years, to cheering crowds he almost always promises to "make millionaires and billionaires pay their fair share" by raising their taxes. The implication is that these people are not paying what some mythical rule book says they ought to pay, when in fact, the fairness is decided by Obama himself.

The Central Political Warfare Tactics of the Demented Left: Accusations of Racial Slander, Sexual Misconduct, and Stupidity

Part of the demented left's plan to win the upcoming elections is to twist everything GOP candidates say into hidden racist slanders-that only far-left wing-nuts can interpret. It's not a new tactic; they've been at it for years. Marxists invented the method in the 1920s.

In the psychology of political warfare, Leftists are not stupid. They know most Republican politicians will cower at the slightest snarl. That's why I call them Republicowards.