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Monday, November 5, 2012

Peggy Noonan and I are as One on this One

   When I read Peggy Noonan's blog I start to thinking maybe the country can move beyond the non-productive last four years, but I am a captive of the chattering class who are preaching the inevitability of Obama.....Even a former Republican, now Upper West Sider Joe Scarborough is on board with the NBC love fest with Barack, this transformational and truly beautiful human running against the Mormon plutocrat and corporate raider.
    It's hard to imagine the silent majority rising up against the pollsters and pundits, but it could happen. I suppose.
     In my field of acquaintences the race is split. Some say Obama is all about average people, others have had enough......
     Six weeks ago when Obama was up by eight or ten I was willing to cast the protest vote , but I will vote  for Mr. Romney tomorrow as I feel this deficit and economic charade needs to end and he is best equipped to make a difference.

Monday Morning - Peggy Noonan's Blog - WSJ

15 comments:

Mike Flynn 'Middle Class Mike' said...

Good Luck Mayor with your endorsements and may the best candidates win.

Mike Flynn 'Middle Class Mike'

Anonymous said...

Of course the Republican Stonewalling in Congress has nothing to do with it. You are less astute than you pretend to be.

Anonymous said...

This may be the first election that I will not pull the lever for president. I will not vote for Obama again. I have watched my company shrivel and die, and current jobs available are either low paying entry level, part time, or service sector jobs.

BUT, as a former non-LDS resident of the Beehive state, I can not in good conscience vote for a Mormon. The church has WAY too much influence over members of the church.

Anonymous said...

Oh Mikey operative or whomever you are...if you are going to try to rally some religious bigotry against the Mormon presidential contender...you need to say "Mormon" so the idiots that fall for your crap understand what you are talking about.

Anonymous said...

America is a COUNTRY, not a CORPORATION. She doesn't need a CEO. Vote Obama.

Anonymous said...

Read ‘em and weep…

With nine states undecided:

Obama: 431ways to win

Romney: 76 ways to win

Ties: 5

Ties: 1%

Source and interactive map:

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/11/02/us/politics/paths-to-the-white-house.html?hp

Anonymous said...

“It's hard to imagine the silent majority rising up against the pollsters and pundits, but it could happen. I suppose.”

That’s just it mayor the “silent majority” will rise up and elect President Obama for a second term. The party of the giant middle finger will not and should not be the symbol of America's future.

Anonymous said...

Mayor you must be running in some strange circles. While a lot of the people I meet are not bright enough to recognize Mitt's greatness and are instead turned off by him over one or more imagined flaws, the vast majority still is voting against Obama. That includes several hardcore liberal democrats I know that are fed up and disappointed with Obama.

This race will come down to voter turn out. Specifically, illegal voter turnout and the black racist turnout.

Anonymous said...

Only way to" move beyond the unproductive last 4 years" is to vote out the tea party obstructionists!

Anonymous said...

In the last four years, our government has passed more laws and regulations and spent more money then we have ever done. By "unproductive", what do you mean?

Anonymous said...

7:05: Opinions are like arseholes, everybody has one. But, in your case, it's not just opinion, it's vicious hate.

Anonymous said...

ANON 11:10

I have any Mormon friends, you're not only being idiot, your slandering me, and creating a blantant falsehood. You must work for the Doheny people.

Mike Flynn 'Middle Class Mike'

Anonymous said...

Only the naivest amongst us would believe that a voting system relying on the honer system for identification is not taken advantage of. And only the most partisan amongst us would describe the record black turnout to vote for Obama with different terms than if it were record white people turning out to vote for a white.

It must be a fine line between hate and simple facts Danny boy.

Anonymous said...

7:05am exemplifies what’s wrong with the TeaPublican Party these days, and provides a glowing example as to why they will lose.

Thanks 7:05am, we couldn't do it without you.

Anonymous said...

Slow growth under Obama is still better than a repeat of a Bush disaster under Romney.