Wednesday, August 22, 2012

At Last Democrats Find The Mother of All Distractions That Will Carry Them To Victory On November 6:


No really.

Democrats think Akin has handed them the issue that will decide the 2012 election.  And it's ABORTION!   THAT'S the big issue they hope to use to swing the election their way? Uh, yeah go ahead, DNC. Be my guest.

They're serious.  They are trying to turn Akin's gaffe into THE issue that will drive the 2012 election and decide it in their favor:

Why yes, after 3 1/2 years of unemployment over 8% and a 'recovery' that is the weakest & shallowest since the end of WWII, this is exactly what Americans want to see for 2 nights in a row at the DNC next month in North Carolina:

A big fat celebration of abortion.
Just as the Akin crisis was reaching a crescendo, the Democrats on Wednesday announced that three starlets of the pro-choice movement will be featured at the convention, an event that will now drive the liberal charge that the Republicans are anti-women. 
Democrats said that they will feature Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parent Action Fund, Nancy Keenan, president of the NARAL Pro-Choice America and Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University student whose plea for federal birth control funding drew the ire--and a subsequent apology--from Rush Limbaugh. 
What's more, the Democrats are expanding their list of women ready to assail the GOP on women's issue, adding Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski and actress Eva Longoria to the list that already includes Sen. John Kerry and Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren.

I admit when I first heard this, I didn't believe it.  Even they couldn't POSSIBLY be this stupid.

They really have no idea how this totally ideological DNC on abortion will look to normal Americans looking at jobs, economy, do they?

I'm more confident than ever of that landslide in Romney's favor now.  

Now let's not have anybody ruining this, all right? NOBODY tell the Dem's abortion only got 1% in Gallup's latest poll of voter concerns this election, m'kay?

As I said on Twitter today:


  1. That's almost as pathetic as having your convention theme "We Built This" when 62% of the facility was built with public money, and the quote you're mirroring was taken deliberately out of context and is therefore a whopping lie.

    Good lord - what a sad fiasco.

  2. Where did the 'public money' come from?

    You can't possibly be this dumb.

  3. Ha-ha! Irony overload.

  4. Ah yeah. You got me. Government money. It just appeared in the treasury by magic where they found it. I'm so freaking embarrassed.

    I think I'll go crawl under a rock now and die of shame.

    1. You know, it's not nice to pick on people like him :(

    2. The irony comes from the theme of "We built this" - 'We' being the private sector, in a building that was funded, in large part, by the public sector.

      Also, the arena, like many publicly funded arenas, provides the infrastructure for many businesses to conduct commerce. This includes the regular vendors, entertainment event organizers, trade show participants, the list goes on.

      Therefore, it illustrates Obama's original point that government can be beneficial to the economy by helping to provide initial funding for infrastructure that allows the private sector to create new commercial opportunities.

      So unless you're agreeing with Obama on this one - holding their convention in a location that's existence can be easily proven by Dems as a product of (mostly) government spending undermines their message. Hence, irony.

  5. Again: you are avoiding where the $ comes from. Where does all that 'public money come from?

    Since you won't answer, I'll go ahead and clue you in:

    It comes from the segment of the population that actually pays taxes. They're called 'TAXPAYERS'. You may want to look that up to ensure you fully grasp the concept.

    Gov't builds nothing without 1st taking the cash out of the private sector in the form of taxes. It's the private sector that provides the capital that makes BOTH sectors run.

    I can't believe I'm even having to explain this, but apparently this is what Progressive thought does, it confuses people about how government funds itself.

    1. Oh, so then you do agree with Obama's original statements. Why all the fuss over "you didn't build that?" Seemed like you got it after all. Good job!

    2. The density... is that a black hole?! HELP!

    3. You guys are so dense that you lost your own narrative. I keep trying to bait you into pretzeling it up into the big ball of stupid that it is, but I seriously think you can't even keep track of how dumb this whole uproar over "you didn't build that" is. I'm still waiting to hear how you reconcile the fake Fox-spewed lie that ignores the original context that Romney's running with. Come on - you can do better.

  6. Oh, and hilariously the abortion/rape distraction is working. I agree it's a distraction, but that's all they're talking about. You angry men seem to forget that women are a huge voting block. I'm guessing that's because women aren't rich white religious/Christian males - so who cares, right? Unfortunately, much like minorities, they can vote. Maybe your team can work up a way to suppress that vote while they're at it.

  7. Yes this totally explain why Romney is trailing in all the polls right now. That huge voting bloc that is 1/2 the country turning on him.

    Seriously? Abortion isn't even on the radar screen of voter concerns this election. It's jobs & the economy. Gallup put the # of poll respondents who thought abortion was 'important' to this election at < 1 %:

    Yes if all you read is Left-wing blogs the abortion thing is working. Obama's cruising to re-election, etc. etc. The Ryan rollout was botched, Romney's sinking behind, old people hate Ryan, etc. etc.

    Reality is coming. Gird your loins.