Lies, Lies, Lies....
The Narcissist-in-Chief has a long track record of promising anything to get elected. Will tonight be any different?
Romney Was Right: If you think you're a victim vote Obama; If you want opportunity to create your own destiny vote Romney
Romney was right. Voters who see themselves as victims of circumstance and who want a life of dependency on government will vote for Obama. Voters who believe in shaping their own destiny and want greater opportunities to succeed in life should vote for Romney. There is a culture of victimization that Obama actively taps into and encourages, but the fact is that the vast majority of Americans don't want to see themselves as victims even if they get sucked into that defeatist mentality. When confronted with the question, voters will overwhelmingly choose the American way over Obama's way any day of the week. Romney should use the media hype over his comments to drive a wedge between himself and Obama and open up a real lead in this race. His remarks sparked a challenge to Obama's leftist philosophy. Now it is time to close the deal! Romney, needs to go ideological and for the knock out punch that can put this thing away.
Democrat Strategist Bob Shrum: If It’s A Referendum Election, Obama Loses
SHRUM: “So I think we ought to just face reality here. If you did what I think the Governor is suggesting, and maybe he's not, and you just let this be a referendum, I don't think the president could win because the truth of the matter is, he may have created over 4.3 million jobs [NOT REALLY!], he may have saved General Motors, but the country is still not back to where it needs to be.” (CBS’s “Face The Nation,” 6/3/12)
Democrat Pollster Mark Penn: “Obama Needs More Than Just A New Message”
But pollster Mark Penn, Schoen's former partner and a member of Clinton's inner circle in the White House and later a force on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, said Obama needs more than just a new message — but also a new economic plan. "I think that the president needs a new economic plan that takes the country into the 21st century global economy, a plan with emphasis on education, infrastructure, innovation, and growing exports. A plan that creates new economy jobs for a country that wants to move
forward," he told BuzzFeed, adding that "most of the messages [in the memo] are too much about raising taxes and raising spending in a public that has changed quite dramatically from 1992."
GOP.com: Wisconsin set for Republican Victory in November as Obama's machine politics breakdown
Wasserman Schultz: Wisconsin Recall Had “The Full Engagement And Activity Of The Obama For America Staff And Volunteers On The Ground.”
REP. WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: “Well actually there has been a significant amount of resources put in from the Democratic Party, and from our considerable ground operation through the full engagement and activity of the Obama for America staff and volunteers on the ground. We’ve, over the course of the cycle, Andrea, put in over $1.5 million into Wisconsin to try to A.) to make sure the recall actually got on the ballot, and we were involved with our folks on the ground helping the volunteers and the Wisconsinites who have been really standing up for the workers and the middle class families that Scott Walker essentially ran over when he was elected governor.” (MSNBC’s, “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” 6/4/12)
Wasserman Schultz: The DNC Is “Putting All Of Our Effort Into This Fight.” “Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz told 75 Democratic Party supporters Wednesday that the national party was ‘putting all of our effort into this fight’ to help Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett topple Gov. Scott Walker in Tuesday's recall election.” (Bill Glauber, Patrick Marley, “DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz Said National Party Backs Recall,” Milwaukee-Journal Sentinel, 5/30/12)
VIDEO: Watch this Devastating Retort to Obama's "bin Laden" grandstanding by Vets for a Strong America
Our tax code—and especially the onerous reporting requirements that come with it—is turning U.S. citizens into economic lepers.
Last year, nearly 1,800 American expatriates renounced their citizenship, according to Treasury Department figures.
Romney drew a stark contrast between his policies and those of President Obama:
We once built the interstate highway system and the Hoover Dam. Today, we can't even build a pipeline. We once led the world in manufacturing, exports, and infrastructure investment. Today, we lead the world in lawsuits. When we replace a law professor with a conservative businessman, that will end.
This administration thinks our economy is struggling because the stimulus was too small. The truth is our economy is struggling because the government is too big.
I see an America where we know the prospects for our children will be better than our own; where the pursuit of success unites us, not divides us; when a government finally understands that it's better for more to pay less in taxes than for a few to pay more; where the values we pass on to our children are greater than the debts we leave them; where poverty is defeated by opportunity, not enabled a government check.
Watch the interview on FoxNews here: http://video.foxnews.com/v/1517328560001/
Romney wages a blistering attack on Obama's foreign policy, holding him to account for announcing Afghan troop withdrawals, not sending enough troops for the surge, and failing to engage. He also criticizes 3-years of appeasing Iran and failure to speak out in favor of the popular uprising. Obama should be more concerned about Iran giving fissile material to Hezbollah and the mullahs plans to exterminate Israel. Finally, Romney rejects Obama's election year conversion to reduce gas prices, noting how Obama campaigned and governed for three years to increase gas prices.