Posted on January 27, 2011 by basicman
Six ways for Barack Obama to get reelected in 2012 and the sole reason he won’t use any of them.
Dealing effectively with any one of these six areas will play well with American voters that are truly paying attention. An effort to turn things around by turning ones’ self around (ideologically and methodologically) will have a major impact toward securing another four years for the Obama family at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Its that whole redemption concept that Americans love to see played out.
But none of them will ever happen because he is ……
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Posted on November 24, 2009 by basicman
I Am Woman, hear me roar….. in numbers too big to ignore ….
….. Hillary isn’t about to get tackled on the 10 yard line again by her own team …… and if you scan the line-up of usual suspects of potential 2012 Republicans it’s interesting to note that there isn’t a single male figure able to man-up enough to match the females in the party. The most powerful, cogent, and appealing voices motivating the conservative movement are coming from women.
Filed under: Politics | Tagged: 2012 election, Ann Coulter, Conservative Movement, Debra Burlingame, female president, Hillary Clinton, laura Ingraham, Liz Cheney, Marsha Blackburn, Michelle Bachman, Michelle malkin, tea party, women in politics | 2 Comments »