Tag Archives: election 2012


Sorry to use that visual, but our President’s continuing refusal to answer questions about what really happened in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11 really does make me sick.  I remember seeing the reports the following day at the airport while waiting for my flight.  As outraged as I was then, I’m even more so weeks later.  […]


During Monday’s Presidential debate on foreign policy, Governor Romney reminded us of President Obama’s apology tour in 2009.  As if I could forget it!  (By the way, that’s President Obama bowing to the King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia although the spin was that he tripped…) Just in case you’ve forgotten, here’s a sampling of our […]


Sometimes I think I’m a woman trapped in a man’s body.  Well, not exactly his body; maybe his mind.  I say that because the older I get the less I understand how some dopey women overreact to things said or done by a man. Last week was a perfect example.  Of course I watched the […]

Dr. Brian Russell’s Analysis of the National Conventions

If you’re unfamiliar with Dr. Brian Russell, I suggest you check out his blog.  Here’s what he had to say following two weeks of speeches. “After enduring two weeks in a row of them and being asked to provide my overall comparative analysis, here it is, in terms of “Party A” and “Party B”: The […]

Promises, Promises

Remember all those lofty promises that then President wannabe Barack Obama made on the campaign trail?  Most people will remember the hope-y change-y thing he promised us.  But how many remember the specific promises he made – none of which he’s kept.  The following dialogue was had between Bernie Goldberg and Bill O’Reilly during a […]

I Have One Question…

I’m sure you’ve all heard of the big shindig at George Clooney’s house last night.  Each of the 150 guests paid about $40,000 to be in the same room as their Messiah raising $15 million for the President’s re-election. Now, I don’t care what any one does with their money.  If they want to blow […]

Will the Real Barack Obama Please Stand Up?

Many years ago, there was a television program called “To Tell the Truth.” Three challengers were introduced, all claiming to be the central character. The announcer typically asked the challengers, who stood side by side, “What is your name, please?” Each challenger then stated, “My name is [central character’s name].” The host then read aloud […]


I wish I were in the 1%.  It beats being in the 99% as far as I’m concerned.  Because I live in Washington State and have no family close by, money enables me to travel to California, New York, Colorado and Georgia to visit the ones I love.  It also enables me to travel to […]


While “Bush Derangement Syndrome” has subsided in the psyche of the left since the President left office, Palin Derangement Syndrome has risen.  As the presidential election of 2012 looms, even though no one knows whether Mrs. Palin plans to run, I would venture to say that the left is now suffering much worse with, what […]