President of the United States, Political image, Mitt Romney, United States, Barack Obama, The Gallup Organization, George W. Bush
Question by Paper Mage: Are Republican candidates shooting themselves in the foot?
First, Giuliani and McCain are the best of friends; going to baseball games, praising each other as servants of the people, and so forth. McCain and Thompson, of course, have been allies since the 2000 election and their time together in the Senate. And now, there seems to be a tag team running between McCain and Huckabee. All the frontrunners are accounted for in this bond of camaraderie.
Except Mitt Romney. Every one of the aforementioned candidates has taken aim at the former Governor, each seeking to knock him out of the race with one shot; and each on a different front, as the below-mentioned article gives evidence to.
Republicans know they’ll need all hands on election day. They have to be united. But if Romney ends up being nominated, how will the others stand behind him? As Huckabee himself noted, “When they’re shooting at you, it means you’re in front.”
Answer by snizz35
Republicans?? OMG look at what the Democrats are giving us, Obama or Hillary!!
With that choice the republicans are almost a shoe in!
What do you think? Answer below!Tags: Election Day, Mike Huckabee, Rudy Giuliani
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
In the last Absolute Rights Newsletter before the election, Managing Editor Tim Young tells readers who hes voting for and why, in addition to the other featured articles.
The main article includes Youngs endorsement of Mitt Romney, who he believes will improve the country more so than President Obama. While he said neither are a perfect choice, Mitt Romney is the better of the two.
The truth is that they both have a ton of failures along the way, wrote Young, but only one of them has had those failures as President of the United States
Young goes on to explain his stance, using his father as an example of how Americans should view things like unemployment checks and governmental handouts. What he taught me was that working and providing for yourself is your responsibility, not the governments [responsibility], said Young in the article. Unfortunately, a lot of people in todays world dont think that way anymore.
The Crisis Ops Newsletter article focused on the probability of election riots, and says that Many survival and prepping experts have said that there is a high chance of riots in certain states right after election day, if the right guy doesnt win.
In the Contenders Corner section, Young explains how a number of American rivals, such as the Castro family in Cuba and Hugo Chavez, have endorsed President Obama. This creates issues that may not get the coverage they deserve, according to Young.
Here, Young wrote, the President is being endorsed by bad guys and he isnt saying, Your endorsement is not wanted, or We dont care what you think. That leads me and should lead you to believe that this guy feels like hes got something to lose if he speaks up.
The Benghazi controversy is the focus of the Global Watch portion, in which Young addresses a recent development in the story. According to a classified cable message received by Fox News, said the article, the staff at the Benghazi consulate felt like sitting ducks.
It is now completely evident that the four lives lost in Benghazi were preventable had the Obama Administration acted with the knowledge they had, claims Young in the article.
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Tim Young, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, joined Absolute Rights in the spring of 2012 and brought his brutally honest opinions with him. He has been consulted as an expert on campaign, social security, health care and labor policies. A professional stand-up comic, Young combines his political and comedic background to add a captivating voice to Absolute Rights mission of rights protection.
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Who will Americans blame when the sequester throws hundreds of thousands out of work, Obama or the Republicans?
Question by James E Lewis AKA choteau: Who will Americans blame when the sequester throws hundreds of thousands out of work, Obama or the Republicans?
Obama made the original sequester proposal but the House and Senate Republicans added the Draconian cuts that will throw hundreds of thousands of soldiers and sailors out of the military and into the work force and unemployment, not to mention the defense contractors who will have to fire or lay off hundreds of thousands more.
Then the Republicans forced through those changes by saying publicly, Take it Or No Deal.
Answer by Heathen
Blame both.Republicans did want cuts,now they have their wish.
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!Tags: United States, sequester proposal, James E Lewis
Event on 2013-02-01 20:00:00
Question by jesus_christ_is_my_everything: Is our Country going to go down hill b/c Obama got the presidency?
Did some people vote for Obama b/c of his color and not for who would be the best president?
I want George Bush to remain president.
I voted for McCain.
Answer by Harry P
Give your answer to this question below!Tags: Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, John McCain, George Bush, the presidency, United States, Harry Pno
In November 2012 American Will Elect Over 600,000 People To Public Office. Conservative Citizens Will Be Running In All Of Those Elctions. Every One Of Them Will Be Helped By A Campaign Team. Every Member Of Every Campaign Team Needs This Handbook.Tags: Barack Obama, John McCain, People To Public Office, Conservative Citizens
I found a a refreshing Drudge Report picture:
Luddite FUD on Drudge Report
Image by Todd Barnard
Ugh. Lame ( and hypocritical, see note ) FUD on Drudge report. But should serve as a reminder of how much work we still have to do as far as bringing the value of semantic machine reading of text to the mainstream.
The non-FUD headline should read: "Machines to SUGGEST your news" or better yet…
"Machines to suggest news based on your activity and what’s popular in your social graph, but you always have the opion not to read machine generated suggestion"
Clicking through shows the following text:
GOOGLE FRANKENSTEIN: MACHINES TO CHOOSE YOUR NEWS
Mon Apr 12 2010 08:15:34 ET
GOOGLE CEO and Obama political activist Eric Schmidt declared this weekend that his machines will help decide what news you receive!
News sites should use technology to PREDICT what a user wants to read by what they have already read, Schmidt told the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEWS EDITORS, where a few humans still remained in the audience.
"We’re all in this together."
Schmidt said he doesn’t want ‘to be treated as a stranger’ when reading online.
He envisions a future where technology for news editing could help tailor advertisements for individual readers.
And he wants to be challenged through technology that ‘directs readers’ to a story with an ‘opposing’ view.
[An odd suggestion from the CEO of a company long accused of offering little to no conservative-leaning links on its news page, while aggressively promoting left-leaning hubs.]
Schmidt said GOOGLE is working on new ways to push adverts and content for consumers, based on what stories they’ve read.
What stories his machines have selected.
Developing…Tags: Mon Apr 12 2010 08:15:34 ET, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney
Full election results 2012: Democrats Warren and Baldwin join the Senate …
By Washington Post staff,. Nov 07, 2012 09:17 PM EST. The Washington Post. In the biggest election of the night, President Obama defeated Republican challenger Mitt Romney to serve a second term in the presidency. Scott Wilson and Philip Rucker discuss …
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Gotta vote? Go here: OFA.BO America has come too far to turn back now, and as the President reminded voters in Springfield, Ohio earlier today, there’s still more work to do. That’s why President Obama is fighting for the change that gets folks back to work and strengthens the middle class by making smart investments in energy, education and training, growing small businesses, promoting technology and innovation, and reducing the deficit in a balanced, bipartisan way.Tags: Mitt Romney, Springfield Ohio, Barack Obama, United States