Sunday, November 4, 2012

To Lift Again A Tattered Flag

I have no pedigree from an Ivy League school, I don’t live in or near the vaunted Beltway, I don’t have a degree in Political Science or Psychology.  I’m just a 60-year-old woman whose lifespan has included the presidencies of Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama.

Barack Hussein Obama has generated more debt, dependency and decay than any president in the history of this great nation.  He is the man the Las Vegas Review-Journal described as “a narcissistic amateur who seeks to ride this nation's economy and international esteem to oblivion.”

We have witnessed him spend everything and build nothing, nothing for four long years.

The Left insists that the Chicago Messiah has received a bounce in the polls from appearing to be “presidential” during the Hurricane Sandy disaster as he “comforted” a woman in a photo-op while in New Jersey.

I vehemently disagree.  The words this errand boy sent by grocery clerks uttered in Springfield, OH ushers an anger in me that I cannot describe.  Revenge?

Those words are a window into the soul of this scrawny little emperor.  He wants to stay in power.  Why?

The answer to that question is encapsulated in the following quote from Valerie Jarrett, Iranian-born Communist sympathizer and Barack Obama’s Senior Adviser:
“After we win this election, it’s our turn.  Payback time.  Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded; the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay.  Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.”
What American president that you know of has people around him who think and speak like this?  Clearly, this is the revenge the president was referring to and it’s terrifying.

With one day to go before the election, everybody and their brother are offering their predictions on who will win.  You can drive yourself insane with an interactive “Path to the White House” or you can trust Silver’s “science”.  Either way, you’re spinning your wheels.

Jay Cost, at the Weekly Standard, believes the rising power of the independent vote will determine the outcome of this year’s election.  “I am not willing to take polls at face value anymore. I am more interested in connecting the polls to history and the long-run structure of American politics, and when I do that I see a Romney victory.”

I’m tired of seeing the Chicago Messiah’s obedient followers wearing T-shirts that read, “Obama said I’m gonna knock you out.”  I’m tired of hearing blathering fools like Bill Maher threaten, "If you're thinking about voting for Mitt Romney, I would like to make this one plea. Black people know who you are and they will come after you."  Oh, and let's not forget those threats of riots in the streets if Romney wins.

If The Left believes that people are going to stand by and let this lunacy continue unabated then somebody is off their meds.

Call me a Pollyanna, call me a kook, but I see a Romney victory, too.  For the love of country and to lift again a tattered flag.


  1. Well said, my friend. The last four years have done nothing but damage to the USA and Barack Obama is the worst president in US history. Another four years under this radical will finish us as a great nation and superpower. Valerie Jarrett had better watch her mouth.

    My intuition says Romney will win big, but I won't rest until sometime Wednesday morning when that win is official.

  2. Very good post.

    "We have witnessed him spend everything and build nothing, nothing for four long years."


    I too, think Romney will take it tomorrow and we will really witness a new hope for America.

    Sounds like we will also see a very ugly part of America as the gimme's expose themselves for who they really are, more than ever before.

    Very much like your blog....came here from Adriane's Corner.

  3. @Stogie,

    This election is indeed a nail biter. I must leave the outcome in the hands of God Almighty. Psalm 144:1-2

  4. @Pedaling,

    I'm glad you pedaled your way over. I've thanked Adrienne for the linky-love and to thank you, I've added your blog to my blogroll.

    Thanks for taking the time to post your comment. It is greatly appreciated.

    1. Pedaling is my beautiful Mormon friend with a beautiful Mormon family.

  5. Very good post, I feel your anger or perhaps rage is a better word. Unfortunately I don't feel your optimism, Obama and his crew are of the "ends justifies the means" mindset and we can expect them to pull out all the stops in order to win.

    Should Romney win I hope he has a good security detail. It'll be a long time before he's sworn in at January's end and I put absolutely N-O-T-H-I-N-G past the current miscreants in power.

    Once he is sworn in, Romney will have to contend with whatever unrest results from his victory. I definetly DO NOT believe it will be a black/white thing, too many blacks actually think for themselves and won't be driven by their white liberal "sypathizers" (who actually despise them).

    Instead we can expect a lot of highly PO'ed white libs going on the warpath. If that sounds less likely than a black uprising ask yourself who was the more violent during the 60's; was it the Black Panthers or the Weathermen/Weather Underground?

    The bottom line is that we've effectively lost the nation we once knew, the best thing now is to salvage what we can and build anew. God's will be done and may He have mercy on us all.

  6. Show me. Until then I won't rest. There is too much voter fraud perpetrated by the violence-pronve leftists, I will believe it when I see it. That piece of offal needs to be removed from the White House!

  7. @subvet,

    All the perils you mention are stunningly true. More often than not truth wins over deception. This time, adults will be voting. We must believe that the will of God Almighty will be the deciding factor in this election.

    1. I hope you're right, Curmudgeon.

      Came here from Adrienne's. I posted this to Twitter and linked at my blog.

      You said everything I think.

      May the Lord have mercy on our country today...landslide (no cheating possible!) would be nice.

  8. @trailbee,

    I can't prove it. I just feel it in my gut because my faith tells me so.

    Remember Psalm 144:1-2

  9. @Randy-g,

    Young? 60 ain't young, but I'll take it. Take care my friend.

    1. Randy calls all us cute little old ladies "young" - that's why I love him. Of course, you're only 60 - a mere child to my 66 (67 on New Year's Eve.)


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