The Left is so desperate, they’ve resorted to some of the worst demagoguery and propaganda spin, ever. It’s not such a bad thing, however, because it shows the American public just how malignant they are.
MSNBC deliberately cut away from every single minority speaker on the stage. They wouldn’t want anyone to know that the RNC actually has black and Hispanic members. Some of the ones they ignored: Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz, the GOP nominee for Senate, former Democratic Rep. Artur Davis, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, and Mia Love, a black candidate for Congress in Utah.
Maybe they should have talked to Jared Rice, a race-baiting assclown on the New Rochelle city council, who engaged in a game he calls “negro spotting”.
Keeping with the theme of color-coded observation, NBC’s Chief White House Correspondent, Chuck Todd roamed the floor of the convention hall to inform MSNBC viewers that the only reason minority people were showing up on their TV screens, was because the GOP strategically placed them for the cameras.
Let me tell you about the America I know. My parents immigrated to the U.S. with $10 in their pocket, believing that the America they had heard about really did exist. When times got tough they didn’t look to Washington, they looked within.
So the America I came to know was centered in personal responsibility and filled with the American dream.
The America I know is grounded in the determination found in patriots and pioneers, in small business owners with big ideas, in the farmers who work in the beauty of our landscape, in our heroic military and Olympians.
It’s in every child who looks at the seemingly impossible and says, “I can do that.” That is the America I know!
President Obama’s version of America is a divided one — pitting us against each other based on our income level, gender, and social status. His policies have failed! We are not better off than we were 4 years ago, and no rhetoric, bumper sticker, or campaign ad can change that.
Mr. President I am here to tell you we are not buying what you are selling in 2012.
The American Dream is our story. It is a story of human struggle, standing up and striving for more. It’s been told for over 200 years with small steps and giant leaps; from a woman on a bus to a man with a dream; and the bravery of the greatest generation, to the entrepreneurs of today.
This is our story. This is the America we know because we built it.
With Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan we can restore the America we know and love. The world will know it, our children will tell it and our grandchildren will possess it for years to come!
God bless America.
She was immediately attacked by ‘tolerant, post-racial’ libtards, some of whom took to Twitter and called her a “token”and an “Aunty Tom”.
Another lowlife leftwingnut vandalized her Wikipedia entry with racial and sexual slurs, calling her a “dirty worthless whore”, and a “house nigger”. That reminds me of the same filth spewed by Ted Rall.
Former Rep. Artur Davis (D-AL), who gave one of the nomination speeches for Obama before becoming a Republican and moving to Virginia, spoke tonight at the Republican National Committee, where he electrified the crowd with a pointed attack on the Obama regime:
……Maybe we should have known that night in Denver that things that begin with plywood Greek columns and artificial smoke typically don’t end well.
Maybe the Hollywood stars and the glamour blinded us a little: you thought it was the glare, some of us thought it was a halo.
But in all seriousness, do you know why so many of us believed? We led with our hearts and our dreams that we could be more inclusive than America had ever been, and no candidate had ever spoken so beautifully.
But dreams meet daybreak: the jobless know what I mean, so do the families who wonder how this Administration could wreck a recovery for three years and counting.
……Who knew the plain English version of it was, “middle America, get ready to shell out 60 bucks to fill up your car?”
And in terms of their crown jewel legislative achievement: who knew that when asked, “will government impose a new federal mandate requiring middle class Americans to buy health insurance whether they can afford it or not?”
The answer would be “Yes we can!”
So, this time, in the name of 23 million of our children and parents and brothers and sisters who are officially unemployed, underemployed, or who have stopped looking for work, let’s put the poetry aside, let’s suspend the hype, let’s come down to earth and start creating jobs again.
This time, instead of moving oceans and healing planets, let’s get our bills in order and pay down the debt so we control our own future.
……We don’t need flowery words about inequality to tell us that, and we don’t need a party that has led while poverty and hunger rose to record levels to give us lectures about suffering.
……When they say we have a duty to grow government even when we can’t afford it, does it sound like compassion to you — or recklessness?
When you hear the party that glorified Occupy Wall Street blast success; when you hear them minimize the genius of the men and women who make jobs out of nothing, is that what you teach your children about work?
When they tell you America is this unequal place where the powerful trample on the powerless, does that sound like the country your children or your spouse risked their lives for in Iraq or Afghanistan?
Do you even recognize the America they are talking about? And what can we say about a house that doesn’t honor the pictures on its walls?
John F. Kennedy asked us what we could do for America. This Democratic Party asks what can government give you. Don’t worry about paying the bill, it’s on your kids and grandkids.
For his integrity and courage, he can expect to be vilified by the Left.
Ann Romney spoke of her love for her husband, children, and country, and sent a shout out to all working women.
I read somewhere that Mitt and I have a “storybook marriage.” Well, in the storybooks I read, there were never long, long, rainy winter afternoons in a house with five boys screaming at once. And those storybooks never seemed to have chapters called MS or Breast Cancer.
A storybook marriage? No, not at all. What Mitt Romney and I have is a real marriage.
….Mitt was not handed success, he earned it.
……I’m not sure if men really understand this, but I don’t think there’s a woman in America who really expects her life to be easy. In our own ways, we all know better!
And that’s fine. We don’t want easy. But these last few years have been harder than they needed to be. It’s all the little things — that price at the pump you just can’t believe, the grocery bills that just get bigger; all those things that used to be free, like school sports, are now one more bill to pay. It’s all the little things that pile up to become big things. And the big things — the good jobs, the chance at college, that home you want to buy, just get harder. Everything has become harder.
We’re too smart to know there aren’t easy answers. But we’re not dumb enough to accept that there aren’t better answers.
“Real reporter” Juan Williams paid tribute by saying she “looked like a corporate wife”. That’s what passes for in-depth analysis in Juan’s little mind. New York Times hack Andrew Rosenthal hissed: “The genius of Mrs. Romney’s diva performance was the way she smiled so warmly as she delicately slipped the knife into President Obama.” It went deep too, Andrew.
There’s more unhinged crap where that came from. Just wait until Condi Rice takes the stage tonight. The leftwingnuts will have grand mal seizures.
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