Prelude to a Shellacking

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Earlier this month, I asked: Is A Chick Fil A Style Revolution Coming This November?

You don’t see this in the corrupt polls that over-sample Democrats. You don’t see this in the ObaMedia coverage of the campaigns, which try to paint Romney as an elite, gaffe prone tax cheat. After nearly four years of Obama’s corrupt crony-Socialist/fascist thugocracy, Americans have had it. They will take Romney, warts in all.


Rush, reveling in the Chick Fil A revolution earlier this week, said that it was a taste of what we will be seeing in November:

“So on August 1st, the Chick-fil-A revolution supporting the right to voice your religious beliefs and August 1st also the beginning of Obamacare mandating that religious institutions violate their religious beliefs by providing birth control and drugs that facilitate abortion against their religious beliefs,” Limbaugh said.   “August 1st, what a profound day in history.”

Limbaugh added that it was only a taste of the election response in November.

“There is an explosion waiting to happen in this country.  People are fed up, and this is a sign,” he said. “I’ll tell you what’s gonna happen on November 6th. Obama’s gonna get Chick-fil-A’d himself.”

More along those lines from Wayne Allyn Root at Fox News, Obama — what the mainstream media is missing:

The mainstream media still doesn’t get it. They are too busy trying to make a big issue out of Romney telling the truth about the London Olympics and the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. It really is hilarious. The lamestream media is truly clueless.

They think Romney’s tax returns are a big issue, while real people just don’t care. As a matter of fact this Vegas oddsmaker will bet real money that far more Americans care about Obama’s mysterious past — including his birth certificate, Social Security number, and sealed college records — than Romney’s tax returns.

Please don’t cringe at the mention of Obama’s birth certificate. A much larger number of Americans question Obama’s bona fides than his palace guards want to admit, and Obama and his acolytes’  fake umbrage over Mitt’s “birther joke” the other day was pretty hysterical to watch – especially in light of the fact that the Obama Campaign Requested Birther Jokes, and Mitt, being a good sport,  simply obliged.

It reminds me of  the faux outrage that came out of the Obama camp  in 2008 whenever someone made the “mistake” of mentioning Obama’s Muslim middle name, {{{Hussein}}}. The hapless John McCain “apologized profusely” after radio host Bill Cunningham introduced Obama at an event in Cincinnati three times as “Barack Hussein Obama.”

By 2009 he was Barack Hussein Obama – “mmmm mmmm mmmm!”  But in 2008 he was Barack Hussein Obama “nuh-uh-uh… dare you! Raaaaaacist!”

The left only has temper tantrums like that when they feel politically vulnerable.

As I mentioned in my post on August 3, Jack Wheeler thought he was seeing inklings of a CULTURAL REVOLUTION OF THE RIGHT:

Romney, I am becoming more and more convinced, is going to win in a landslide.  The latest indication is Ted Cruz’s blowout Tea Party win in Texas on Tuesday (7/31).  Zero will be lucky to carry a dozen states.  His loss will be a mortal blow to the Left’s cultural dominance.

It will take a long time to complete a conservative “march through the institutions,” but in November 2012 it will begin.  In truth, it began yesterday with a million folks eating a chicken sandwich.

That was before Mitt added Paul Ryan to the ticket. Now, more have joined the chorus…

John Nolte chimed in Saturday at Big Government with: Story the Media Won’t Tell: Obama Is Losing.

Marveling at  the size of the crowd that showed up in Powell, Ohio,  to see Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, he said:

Meanwhile, President FailureTeleprompter is relegated to rationalizing his lack of turnout into a “deliberate” desire for smaller, more intimate crowds. Yeah, that sounds like the Mr. Greek Column we’ve all come to know and grow tired of.

Meanwhile, the media refuses to report on the size of either side’s crowds.

Meanwhile, across the country, the documentary film “2016” has just opened wide on over 1,000 screens and in the heart of Hollywood’s biggest season hit #3 at the box office.

Meanwhile, though their Media Palace Guards assure us this is not the case, the Obama campaign’s increasingly desperate and shrill campaign is acting more and more like a campaign so far behind and so in fear of losing, they feel they have nothing to lose. From “felon” to “chains” to “Mitt killed my wife” to one bald-faced lie after another, President Obama has forsaken the dignity of the office and — should he win a second term —  all hope of bringing the country together after the kind of scorched-earth campaign only the terrified wage.

Meanwhile, the media is behaving in a manner no less shrill and desperate than their Presidential Master. When the unemployment rate increases, the media tells us that’s a good thing. When the economy shrinks from 4.1 to 1.5%, the media still call it “the recovery.” When an idiot in Missouri says something stupid about rape and abortion, the media launches into a week-long narrative accusing Republicans of being soft on rape.

There are a few more meanwhiles, but the bottom line is:

What’s happening is on the ground and not yet quantifiable in polling that doesn’t yet have its sea legs. But it’s out there and it’s real and before the media and President Obama are forced to acknowledge it, they’re spending every bit of their dignity and credibility and integrity to kill it.

Red State’s Erick Erickson senses it too.

Oh, what does Erickson sense?: Not the Behavior of a Winning Campaign, that’s what:

Few, if any, have pointed out that Barack Obama’s abortion on demand position is extreme. Few, if any, have pointed out how most Americans favor restrictions on abortion. Few, if any, have pointed out that Mitt Romney’s position is actually more mainstream than Barack Obama’s. Few, if any, have wanted to go beyond Politifact’s ham-handed cover for Obama on infanticide and get into what Barack Obama actually said in 2002. Hear him come out for infanticide yourself right here. Remember, the media is hiding behind the left-leaning Politifact (and yes, it does lean left) to avoid having to deal with this.

They cannot help themselves. But why are they doing it?

They are doing it for the exact same reason Joe Biden is claiming the GOP will put black people back in chains and why Barack Obama would rather talk about uteri than jobs ? they all know Barack Obama is losing this thing.

Hysteria creeps into campaigns when the campaigns know they are losing. When George H. W. Bush saw the election slipping away in 1992, he took to referring to Bill Clinton and Al Gore as Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. The invective went up as his poll numbers went down.

Barack Obama and the Democrats are going to throw in the towel on the tradition of sitting on the sidelines during their opponent’s political convention. In the past, the parties did this with each other. Not now. The Obama campaign cannot afford to. It is too close and polling is about to shift from registered voters to likely voters, which will generate negative numbers for him. He must surrender another tradition to engage in more hyper partisan mudslinging because he is losing.

Speaking of desperate hysterics, the Democrats, still running on their phony, plastic banana “war on women” narrative, are reportedly turning their convention into an “abortion festival”:

…the Democrats on Wednesday announced that three starlets of the pro-choice movement will be featured at the convention, an event that will now drive the liberal charge that the Republicans are anti-women.Democrats said that they will feature Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parent Action Fund, Nancy Keenan, president of the NARAL Pro-Choice America and Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University student whose plea for federal birth control funding drew the ire–and a subsequent apology–from Rush Limbaugh.

To grasp just how full of fail this idea is in a country that leans pro-life, check out the abysmal showing at the much ballyhooed “We Are Woman” rally at the Capitol, last week, where some of the women dressed as vaginas.

Representatives of Code Pink, NOW, Planned Parenthood and Rock the Slut Vote were scheduled to speak on the west lawn of the Capitol, addressing the issues of reproductive rights, equal pay and the Equal Rights Amendment.

Sorry ladies, the vajayjay just isn’t going to be the defining issue of the 2012 campaign.

But the Obama Campaign just won’t let it go –  now it has released a video called Republican Women For Obama, which features four or five women who claim to be Republicans, or to have been Republicans until recently. Two  of the women have now been identified as hard-core leftists.

John Hinderaker made the discovery:

But, of course, they are appalled by Mitt Romney–it is hard to say why, apart from a couple of discreet references to abortion, but did they really just now figure out that the Republican Party is pro-life? The ad is surprisingly ineffective, but it is also dishonest. At least one of the women who pose as “Republican women for Obama” is a long-time Democrat.

Her name is Maria Ciano, and BuzzFeed finds that she has been a registered Democrat in Colorado at least since 2006.

Right, she’s a “lifelong Republican” who happens to like (on Facebook):

* Democracy For America
* Tar Sands Action
* Amy Goodman
* Barack Obama
* Being Liberal
* Bernie Sanders Tells You A Secret the GOP Would Rather You Didn’t Know
* Miss Piggy Delivers the Best Takedown of Fox News We’ve Seen All Month
* Think Progress
* The Best Quote From Barack Obama We’ve Seen This Week
* Dow and Monsanto Join Forces to Poison America’s Heartland
* Climate Reality
* The Amazing Victory Scored With Obama That More People Should Be Talking About
* The Sierra Club
* The Buffett Rule
* Obama For America–Colorado
* Denver Young Democrats
* Obamacare
* Latinos For Obama
* Michelle Obama
* Veterans For Obama
* I Love It When I Wake Up In the Morning and Obama Is President
* Obama Truth Team
* Democratic Party

I’ve had similar “lifelong Republicans” comment here at Nice Deb, fooling no one. We call them, “concern trolls” because they’re always so concerned about “Republican extremism”. Obama’s pathetic Republican Women for Obama commercial was just another example of Axelrodian astroturfing at its least convincing. Hinderaker was right to be suspicious, and we should all savor the moment as another one of the left’s worn out Alinsky tactics blows up in their faces..

Hinderaker notes:

Ms. Ciano’s Facebook page also reveals that she was part of a small group that met with Michelle Obama when Mrs. Obama was in Colorado on August 11, presumably indicating that she has some stature in the Obama campaign.

So obviously, neither Maria Ciano nor her mother Delia is a “Republican woman” who is crossing over or changing her mind to vote for Obama. How about the others in the ad? We will report anything further we can find out.

It is sheer desperation on the Obama campaign’s part that is leading to these unforced errors, which brings me to another recent post of mine – Why Obama Has No Intention of Losing This November.

I have to confess I have a nagging fear about the upcoming election. Even though all indications point to Romney winning in November, I worry that the usurper currently in office has no intention of leaving and will be manipulating events to keep himself in place. Whether through dirty tricks, voter fraud, a Wag the Dog scenario, civil unrest leading to martial law, or a combination of all of those things, Bam is planning on staying.

Tyrants don’t go quietly.

Obama tells his audiences that he’s not through transforming the nation into…..whatever it is that he’s trying to turn it into. But beyond that, there is another powerful motive for him to cling to power.

Think about it. If Mitt manages to triumph in November – if we are able to cleanse the executive branch of the filthy commies who have taken root there, the aftermath will look a lot worse than it did when the Clintonistas left in 2001. That flurry of last minute pardons by the outgoing Clinton ( aided by Holder), the  vandalism to the White House by outgoing staffers as well as the the missing White House artifacts pale in comparison to what we would see in the wake of an Obami expulsion.

The slimy residue that will be left behind by this current crew will result in not only massive scandals but possibly prison terms when the extent of the treachery becomes known.

That’s the reason we can expect even more  desperate, hysterical, hyper partisan mudslinging and dirty tricks from Obama and his cronies from now until election day –  they can’t lose.


Powerline: The outside story of the Obama campaign:

There is a certain quality to the Obama campaign. Howie Carr captures it this morning in “Be afraid, be very afraid of RNC (say the Dems).” The whole constellation of alleged crime, rapine, murder, and felony murder goes over the top. It reeks of desperation. And this is just for openers. The authors of the campaign are trying to fight their way out of a hole.

Obama’s stump speech this time around is also off in tone. It lectures. It hectors. It whines. Toby Harnden derides the Obama campaign as “a joyless slog.” Andrea Tantaros observes its “relentless negativity.”

Obama makes one thing perfectly clear, as Richard Nixon used to say. It ain’t morning in America, and it’s not getting better any time soon.

The Obama campaign gives us a jumble of falsity. Yuval Levin takes apart the campaign’s latest Medicare ad. Grace-Marie Turner adds “More Obamacare fiction.”

Keep reading.

They are trawling for the mentally ill vote, now because whoever actually believes this is insane…Doug Powers: Obama: The Republicans might even ban birth control!

Linked by Michelle Malkin, Adrienne, Pirate’s Cove, DaTechGuy and Theo Spark, thanks!

16 thoughts on “Prelude to a Shellacking

  1. and yet they keep blabbing on about the polls that are 48-47 or whatever, neck & neck numbers.. I just cannot believe that those numbers are legit.


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  3. Don’t be over-confidant fellow patriots. Romney-Ryan will likely win but let’s not stop fighting until we will. We all know who Obama is; who his mother and father and grandparents and his mentor and his preacher and his friends. Nearly all of them were/are radicals, communists, anarchists and Mooooslims. Obambi is an America-hater at his core, he simply is able to mask it by “acting” he has an “even temperment” and with his “soft spoken spleel”. Those are techniques he has leanred in order to con middle America (White America) out of it’s money so he can redistribute that money to his supporters (mostly non-White, including immigrants).


  4. I agree that Obama will lose but I wouldn’t get carried away by any “conservative march through the institutions.” One big question will be: how will Romney govern — as an aggressive reformer or as a meliorator and deal-maker? The latter, I suspect. There is nothing in Romney’s past to suggest he will be a vigorous conservative force for change, i.e., take on institutional liberalism. My concern is that he’ll spend his first six months in “outreach” to democrats to “heal the divided nation.” I am thrilled to see our united will against Obama but I hope that a Romney presidency doesn’t lead to false expectations. We, the grassroots, are the true force for change. Romney’s braintrust knows this — they will gladly exploit our good-faith and energy now but turn their backs later: why else would they be trying to force through rules changes at the convention RIGHT NOW to weaken state delegate autonomy and grassroot influence over the 2016 process?


  5. I live in CA and received a call from a polling company the other day. I run a business. I was asked to give my impression of an environmental group and then Jerry Brown. When they asked what I felt about Labor Unions I told them I didn’t feel comfortable answering the questions and we mutually hung up.

    With everything that the Left does nowadays (things like picketing a business because a waiter or waitress donated money to Proposition 8), there’s no way I’m answering those questions. I have no idea who is asking them and all I can think is that I’ll end up on some list of “enemies” or some such.

    I have to believe this is one reason the polls are so close. The people who answer “I’ll be supporting the Republicans” are the brave ones. I’ve got to believe others are like me and would rather their opinions remain anonymous. Same thing on Facebook. Every time I see a “friend” like Romney I think they’ve got some courage. Don’t see too many likes of 0bama, though.


  6. Barry, that is exactly the same point Dennis Miller made on The O’Reilly Factor back in July. I made mention of some his comments in my post, Is A Chick Fil A Style Revolution Coming This November?, because they really made an impression on me at the time. This was before Paul Ryan and Chick Fil A, but a few weeks after Scott Walker won in a landslide in Wisconsin, defying the polls. Miller said in that appearance that he didn’t think people felt comfortable telling strangers on the phone (in this ugly political atmosphere) who they were going to vote for. He was the first guy I heard talking along the lines we are now – November is going to be much bigger for us than what the polls are showing.


  7. I have long maintained and thought that we are headed for a wave election. It’s why I was hoping for a more “severely conservative” candidate than Romney. However, I believe that the prolonged Republican Primaries has had a positive influence on Romney as a candidate.

    Add in some other factors like:
    Polls over the last several cycles have failed to predict with any certainty the outcome of approaching elections. The msm trying to influence the outcome by making polls closer than what they actually are, by over sampling and fishing for a certain outcome. Wisconsin has moved from a Feingold to a conservative Johnson. Walker took on probably one of the largest progressive states and won. He even managed to survive a “recall” in a cake walk, that was suppose to be neck and neck. The Virginia Legislature now has it’s largest Republican majority ever and a very effective Republican Governor. North Carolina is a dimocrap party mess. Their outgoing Governor is a idiot, not running for re-election [’cause she would certainly lose]. The dimocrap party in NC is in the middle of a sexual harassment scandal, that they were caught trying to cover up but weren’t able too. The DnC [<Zilla<] has selected Charlotte as their site for the convention, in a "right to work" state, at the Bank of America Center. Can anybody spell hypocrisy and irony? All while bashing Corporate America, Wall Street and the Banking Industry. The EPA is killing the Coal Industry in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, costing those states thousands of jobs. These people are going to vote for cheobama . . . . again?

    Can anyone mention just ONE dimocrap who is running for re-election who is begging or asking or wants to be seen next to cheobama? Nelson in Florida? Claire in Missouri? Gillibrand in NY? Joe Manchin in West Virginia? Nobody that has a "d" after their name wants to be any where near this guy, not within a hundred miles. That goes for Biden appearances also.

    Romney has carried the weasel factor throughout the Primaries because of his past. Somehow I now believe he has gotten some religion and I say that because of his pick for Vice President. To say it was a "bold" selection is a under statement. It wasn't for the Electoral votes in Wisconsin, [where he could go elsewhere and get more] it isn't a safe pick, with another selection [like a Pawlenty or Portman] he could've played it much safer. Or he could've went with Rubio and made a play for the Latino vote. Instead he went with Ryan and put the "economy, obamaKare and entitlements" right into the cross hairs. So far it has worked out tremendously for the ticket and has caught the dimocraps way off guard.

    Given the past performances of both Romney and the Republican party, there is much concern, I would agree. But so far I like what I've been seeing since the end of the primary season and most of all, since the VP pick of Ryan. There is a undercurrent out here that nobody is factoring into this race, people are itching to go to the polls and vote. You cannot say that about cheobama or the dimocraps. We no longer [since 2009] have three co-equal branches of government. We have a Executive Branch way out of control, governing by "fiat", usurping current law or just mandating new versions of current law. The system was never meant to work like this. We have a Judiciary that is all too willing to rubber stamp what ever they are saying. I yearn for the next dimocrap to complain about a "out of control Republican President", after the likes of this clown. Everything that was wrong with us [and Bush] as a Nation is just ducky with them for the last four years with this guy.

    Sorry, but no matter how I look at it. . . . . . I smell a Landslide in the making. I want my Country back!


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  10. Plan for the worst, hope for the best. keep slugging away with everything you can. Send LTTEs and talk with people. I find many believing exactly as I do…in Kalifornia. Obama has bee a complete and corrupt failure. Most importantly, make sure everyone you know votes because we have a lot of fraud to combat. IMHO, the close polls with D+9 are all about accepting the fraud.


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