I really wish I could say this is surprising, but, honestly, it’s not.
I’ll state right up front that I haven’t been watching the Democratic National Convention. However, I also didn’t watch much of the Republican National Convention, tuning in only to see who their “mystery speaker” was, so I’m being close to equal in ignoring the conventions.
However, from the coverage of the conventions, and from the political ads I’ve seen, I’m noticing a pattern. The GOP is running ads explaining both why voters should vote for Romney, as well as why they should not vote for Obama. On the other hand, the Democrats are running mostly ads explaining why they shouldn’t vote for Romney.
If they don’t, there’s a number of reasons they should.
Either Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is clueless, she thinks the voters are, or some combination of both. I vote for both.
Or, a better title: “How dare Clinton criticize The One!”
If the GOP is waging a “war on women,” as the lefties charge, then why are they supporting a bill to stop sex-selection abortions?
Yet another wonderful example of the “do as I say, not as I do” Democrats.
Back in March, this budget didn’t even get a single vote in the House, now it’s had the same result in the Senate — which is controlled by Democrats!
A budget resolution based on President Obama’s 2013 budget failed to get any votes in the Senate on Wednesday.
In a 99-0 vote, all of the senators present rejected the president’s blueprint.
It’s the second year in a row the Senate has voted down Obama’s budget.
All I can say is wow:
House Democrats received training this week on how to address the issue of race to defend government programs, according to training materials obtained by The Washington Examiner.
The prepared content of a Tuesday presentation to the House Democratic Caucus and staff indicates that Democrats will seek to portray apparently neutral free-market rhetoric as being charged with racial bias, conscious or unconscious.