Category: 2012 President

Barack and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, Abnormal Psychology

I was so happy to be president again. I leaped into my second term so happy because I thought I could do what I wanted with all my toys, like Air Force One, the Rule of Law, and the national economy.

Barack Obama and the Fake Black Experience

Posted by in 2012 President, Politics, Race Relations

The power of meekness and humility, as embodied in the form of Dr. Benjamin Carson, swept the conservative world this last week. It’s not a contradiction in terms to say the “power of meekness and humility” in reference to Ben Carson. Dr. Benjamin Carson, Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins, as he spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast, bore a gentle demeanor, a quiet presence, and a strength of conviction that overpowered Barack Obama, and made him seem effete and irresolute in contrast.

Jesus Rebukes Redistribution

Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, Religion

They had the impulse to confiscate the woman’s expensive ointment to do that which they thought would be for the greater good. They, like so many well-intentioned people, wanted to take something that didn’t belong to them and redistribute it for their ends.

Elections 2012: Why Didn’t God Intervene?

Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, Politics, Zombie Apocalypse

God will not interfere in the moral agency of His children, even when they use that agency to self-immolate. God does not always save His children from the consequences of their poor use of liberty. Humans suffer as a result of their choices. God does not arbitrarily extinguish civilizations. Nations fall under the weight of their own corruption.


Posted by in 2012 President, Capitalism, Communism

Capitalism is where people with diverse attributes, varying levels of creativity and skill, physical strength, and personal passions can each find prosperity by simply exchanging value for value the dreams encapsulated in their hearts.


Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President

One of the most endearing parallels between Romney and Reagan are their beautiful marriages. Ronnie and Nancy were forever sweethearts. Like them, Mitt and Ann would be content in a cabin in Wyoming in the dead of winter with a fire and a freezer full of moose enchiladas if they could spend that time together. Theirs is exemplary love, the American model of old-fashioned courtship and marriage. That quality alone is the solution to many of our social and economic ills if more people would adopt it into their lives and value it the way the Reagans and the Romneys do.

Ziggy Rebuts Lies About Romney’s Ship Building Plan

Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, National Defense, National Security

No amount of technology or capability is, or will ever be, a substitute for numbers.

Yet, the Navy is smaller today that at almost any other point (except 2007) in the last 96 years, even though the world is much more dangerous than it was in 1916 or even 2001 and hasn’t gotten any smaller (geographically).

Ziggy: Rebuttal of Rachel Kleinfeld’s Lies

Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, National Defense, National Security

This is utter garbage, coming of course from a strident liberal who orchestrated President Clinton’s disastrous defense cuts and who is still lying about defense spending to this day (and has repeatedly been rebuked by me for doing so). 4% of GDP is a very modest amount. The US spent a much LARGER percentage of its GDP on defense throughout all of the Cold War except FY1948 and the Carter years, yet, the economy didn’t collapse. Under President Reagan, the US spent 6% of GDP on defense, yet, under his presidency, the US economy expanded rapidly, by a size equivalent to that of the economy of West Germany at the time.


Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, National Defense, National Security

Furthermore, under Obama’s own plans, even if sequestration does not proceed, the USN’s cruiser, destroyer, and submarine fleets will decline precipitously below today’s already-inadequate levels, as documented by Ronald O’Rourke of the Congressional Research Service. Moreover, comparing ships to “bayonets and horses” and thus implying that warships are relics of the past is not just wrong, it’s demeaning for the Navy. So Mitt Romney is right: the Navy DOES need a lot more ships than it has today.


Posted by in 2012 Elections, 2012 President, Politics, Religion

The break of protocol by the Mormon Church, indicated by the scores of volunteers from BYU pouring into the battleground states of Colorado and Nevada to campaign both Saturdays and Sundays for Mitt Romney, is the exertion that is acceptable to the Lord when the essence of one’s substance and independence are at stake.

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