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Nov 05 2012

Bill Whittle Makes the Case Against Not Voting for Romney

Most anyone reading this already realizes that voting for Barack Obama would mean voting to escalate the destruction of our country, and to sacrifice the good and the noble to the corrupt and the contemptible.

Bill Whittle makes an impassioned case that failing to vote or casting a protest vote for someone like the gadfly Gary Johnson because Romney is insufficiently conservative and/or libertarian is likewise not an option for any decent American:

Hat tip: I’m 41.

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  • Ummah Gummah

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    I am posting this off topic because time is running out and I want as many people as possible to see this.

    In an astonishing display of media malpractice, CBS News quietly released proof–two days before the election, far too late to reach the media and the public–that President Barack Obama lied to the public about the Benghazi attack, as well as about his later claim to have called the attack “terrorism” from the beginning.

    http://dewgeneral.wordpress.com/2012/11/05/proof-on-cbs-video-that-obama-did-not-call-benghazi-attack-terrorist/

    CBS unveiled additional footage from its 60 Minutes interview with President Obama, conducted on Sep. 12 immediately after Obama had made his statement about the attacks in the Rose Garden, in which Obama quite clearly refuses to call the Benghazi an act of terror when asked a direct question by reporter Steve Kroft:

    KROFT: Mr. President, this morning you went out of your way to avoid the use of the word terrorism in connection with the Libya Attack, do you believe that this was a terrorism attack?

    OBAMA: Well it’s too early to tell exactly how this came about, what group was involved, but obviously it was an attack on Americans. And we are going to be working with the Libyan government to make sure that we bring these folks to justice, one way or the other.

    CBS News held onto this footage for more than six weeks, failing to release it even when questions were raised during the Second Presidential Debate as to whether Obama had, in fact, referred to the Benghazi attack as an act of terror before blaming it falsely on demonstrations against an anti-Islamic video. The moderator, CNN’s Candy Crowley, intervened on Obama’s behalf, falsely declaring he had indeed called the attack an act of terror in his Rose Garden statement, and creating the impression that Romney was wrong.

    As if you needed further proof that the Benghazi Fugazi refused to call the September 11 attacks terrorism.

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  • IslandLifer

    I don’t know what the actual numbers of Paul supporters who will write in their candidate but I can say you that mocked him and called them loons has come back to bite you in the ass. All that aside, and he was my choice, I know there is only one person who will slow the blood loss from our dying country (hopefully) and I will cast my vote for Romney. However I know there are those who won’t, sadly.

  • Steve

    Know anyone who is undecided? Send them this video – Mitt Romney “Introduction”:

    http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com/2012/11/mitt-romney-introduction.html

  • Son of Taz

    Truth is powerful, and Whittle wields it like a sword.

    The right to bear arms will be more than just a line from the Constitution if the communist wins re-election. It will become a mandate for all patriots.

  • ccoffer

    Voting for Gary Johnson is as retarded as going to the World Series and rooting for The 49ers.

  • Bo-Jangles

    What i find most astonishing is how very close this race is, or appears to be. Is it possible that so many Americans actually think this country is not in very, very serious trouble? Do they think all the destruction of the last four years, our loss of freedom and liberty, having the Constitution repeatedly violated, ignoring congress, the laws and the courts, is still Bush’s fault? Could that many people be that gullible and stupid?

  • dan

    Pragmatism …in the face of Republican perfidy. I live in a swing state and will wear a cloths-pin on my nose when I enter the booth to vote,not for Ron Paul (the statesman of choice) nor Ron Johnson(the second best
    contender that could receive electoral votes)and certainly not for the most progressive Republican ever to appear on the ballot….but against an enemy of the
    Constitution , the Flag and liberty. This may well be the last opportunity before the second amendment is
    invoked.

  • bobdog

    I think you meant “revoked”, not “invoked”, Dan, because I believe that’s exactly what Obama has in mind.

    If there are any Ron Paulists still out there thinking they’re doing the right thing by not voting, wake up and smell the coffee.

  • Ummah Gummah

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    “dan” is a dembot who is here to dispirit Romney voters.

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  • IslandLifer

    No he’s not.

  • Ummah Gummah

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    You sure? It’s easy enough for dembots to pose as Paulistas and try and direct a few votes away from the ticket at the last moment.

    He called Romney the “most progressive Republican ever”, which flies in the face of McCain and Bush & Son.

    All three are more progressive than Mitt Romney.

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  • http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.ca Reaganite Republican

    Good, that sure needed to be said

  • dan

    progressive….only in the NWO sense. Mitt is more liberal and progressive than ANY Demoncrat I bever would have voted for ( save for McGovern…but I was a conscientious draftable youth fresh from the hallowed halls of leftist academia and even I could see you couldn’t win a war by tying the soldiers hands behind their backs…and no war was better than attrition )
    and I’m still not sure whether McCain or Bush can be considered conservative …given their records.

  • dan
  • TED
  • TED

    Too many GOOD CITIZENS.

  • TED

    What we need are Smarter Citizens!

  • Ummah Gummah

    dan says:
    November 6, 2012 at 4:58 am
    progressive….only in the NWO sense. Mitt is more liberal and progressive than ANY Demoncrat I bever would have voted for ( save for McGovern…but I was a conscientious draftable youth fresh from the hallowed halls of leftist academia and even I could see you couldn’t win a war by tying the soldiers hands behind their backs…and no war was better than attrition )
    and I’m still not sure whether McCain or Bush can be considered conservative …given their records.

    Is Thousand Points of Light = NWO? No Child Left Behind = NWO? The Prescription Drug Bill = NWO? That kinder gentler America thing is creeped me out first time I heard Bush-weasel utter those words.

    Reagan was right not to trust him, but unfortunately he bent to pressure, allowing him on the ticket in exchange for party support.

    IMHO both Bushs are far worse progressives than Mittens and the worst of the lot is still waiting in the wings: Open borders Jebbie..

    I hope Mittens gets his two terms in, followed by Paul Ryan, thus nipping any Jebbie-aspirations in the bud.

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  • dan

    Ron Reagan was a Statesman… Bush was a CIA puppet-master but I spewed coffee when you alluded to his weasle nature,Umah
    I wish Mitt well for the sake of our country…
    but I fear this has been in the works since Goldwater.
    Sometimes the system you’re forced to work with
    controls you…and sometimes you steer the system.

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