Sunday, October 05, 2008

What Just Happened?

Finally!!! I was wondering when (with baited breath) Republicans might actually go on the offensive about the current economic crisis. Hopefully, it is not too late, seeing that most Americans place the blame of the current crisis at the feet of rampant Wall Street greed that was bolstered by the the "right-wing," "deregulatory," "laissez faire" policies of the Bush years. Hmmm. I wonder where they got that impression? Could it be the unabashed, unapologetic, relentless offensive of Democrats, and their main-stream-media choir echoing and reinforcing the Soros/Obama/Leftist talking points? Could it be the silence of Republicans, and the magnanimous call for "bipartisanship" of McCain (who also attacks Wall Street, by the way)? No wonder Obama has benefited immensely from the current fiscal crisis, and I'm not talking about being the number one beneficiary of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac dollars in the past four years--I'm talking nearly a five-point bounce in almost every poll. Once again, Democrats create another social engineering disaster, and Republicans are left, albeit in questionable manner, with cleaning up the mess. This ad's content, and I hope more like it, needs to be the number one concept hammered into the public consciousness from here on until Election Day. As James Carville said in 1992 ... "It's the economy, stupid." Only then, does McCain/Palin have a chance. Perhaps this will also help stem the predicted veto-proof gains of Democrats in both House and the Senate.

Additional concepts for voters to easily digest:
1) Obama's radical background (Ayers, Wright, Rezko, et. al.)
2)Obama's radical Marxist Leftist elitist fairy-tail un-American agenda.
3) Republicans plan to strengthen America through Growth in the Domestic Energy Industry (Oil, Gas, Nuclear, Solar, Wind, etc.)
4) A strong National Security plan (in conjunction with friendly democracies and allies) that keeps wayward rogue nations and Islamic Fundamentalist would-be terrorists on the defensive, or more preferably, dead. Read: no appeasement.

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