Saturday, October 16, 2010


Beware the rabid dog. Liberals are licking their wounds, and in recent rallies, Obama has sounded desperate, fatigued, and completely out of sorts. In a recent statement, he was at his race-baiting best and played the Rosa Parks card. Claiming that he had pulled America out of the ditch the Republicans had made, he said:

"We can't have special interests sitting shotgun. We gotta have middle class families up in front. We don't mind the Republicans joining us. They can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in back."
Stooping to a new low, Obama used a racially charged pajorative that no other leader would be able to get away with. In this Univision interview, he is more divisive than ever before, making America out to be the enemy. With just one week until this critical election, apparently there are no holds barred, including lambasting your own country. This is a president who is suing one of our sister states, and asking Latinos to join the fight against the enemy -- America. Could he be any more divisive?

On the other hand, Democrats are sounding like Ronald Reagan all of a sudden. This is when the libs are at their worst, and the fangs will come out with just days before the election. It's known as the October Surprise, and I'm not talking baseball.

I remember the 1992 Senatorial election between Bruce Herschensohn and the evil Barbara Boxer. Herschensohn had closed a double digit gap, and a desperate Boxer came out with a smear tactic in the eleventh hour before the election accusing him of frequenting strip clubs.

Herschensohn admitted that he had visited a strip club with his girlfriend and another couple once, but that didn't matter to Boxer. She took a one time incident and exploded it hours before the election, costing, what many believe, the election for Bruce Herschensohn. Ironically, Mr. Herschensohn is one of the rare and decent politicians we have had in decades, and Boxer tried to destroy him.

Although his campaign attempted to expose Boxer's deception, she won by five points -- and we're still stuck with her. Who can forget her lambaste of Brig. Gen. Michael Walsh to "call me senator". Wake up California!

Boxer has a reputation of pulling out the stops in the eleventh hour. She did it again in 1998 against state Treasurer Matt Fong, accusing him of not supporting patients' right to due HMOs, untrue, but when did the truth matter to Boxer?

We have déjà vu all over again, and be prepared for another Boxer slime blast, Ms. Fiorina, for she will find something, blow it out of proportion, and smear it just before the election with no time to respond, but enough time to do the damage.

Are these the kind of people we want running our country? I don't see conservatives running smear campaigns. They are running on facts, and libs cannot do that, because the facts speak for themselves. It's important to focus on this -- facts not smear, facts not blame -- in the waning days before the mid-term elections. They are so critical.

Forewarned is forearmed. Now, get out and vote.