‘You Have the Blood of an American Hero on Your Hands’ – San Diego Union-Tribune “What did President Barack Obama know and when did he know it? Why has the Obama administration kept changing its story about how Ambassador Chris Stevens, security officials Tyrone Woods of Imperial Beach and Glen Doherty of Encinitas, and information officer Sean Smith, who grew up in San Diego, died on Sept. 11 in Benghazi, Libya? Why won’t the mainstream media treat the incontrovertible evidence of the White House’s dishonesty and incompetence like the ugly scandal it obviously is? … It has now been seven weeks since the terrorist attack. We deserve to know the truth.
Isn’t this a story – a gigantic story? Of course. But we fear that ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post will only choose to realize how obvious this is after Nov. 6. Then it will come to them – spontaneously, we’re sure.”
Leno: ‘Hurricane Sandy Has Already Created More Jobs Than Obama Has’ – NewsBusters “Jay Leno: Economists say rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy will give the ailing construction industry a huge boost. In fact, the storm has already created more jobs than President Obama has.”
America Needs a Businessman in the White House – Washington Times “The United States needs a leader to fight today’s fiscal battle. With more than 23 million Americans unemployed and economic growth limping to reach 1.5 percent, the most pressing challenge is to revive the economy to get people working again. This will take an experienced executive to cut government spending and regulation to unchain the dynamism of the private sector. Mr. Romney has spent his life taking failing companies and revamping operations to make them competitive; he has the skills to do the same in the Oval Office. The Washington Times endorses Republican Mitt Romney for president.”
Save GM from Bankruptcy—Vote For Mitt Romney – Forbes “If Obama is reelected, GM is doomed to a second bankruptcy (or to another taxpayer bailout). This is because Obama is committed to doubling down on the two policies that drove GM bankrupt in the first place: a weak, unstable dollar, and unrealistic corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) requirements. In contrast, Romney has promised to replace Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, and he has expressed skepticism regarding Obama’s insane 54.5 miles per gallon (MPG) CAFE target. The reelection of Barack Obama would be very bad for General Motors. In fact, it would be fatal. If you want GM to survive, vote for Mitt Romney on November 6.”Print This Post Send To A Friend