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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

It's About a New VP Thing

Dear America,

It's about what the people want.

Sean Hannity interviewed Paul Ryan last night and here are just some of the reasons why we love this VP pick:

[and paraphrasing from memory here; do not quote me]

  • "people want to be spoken to like adults"
  • the other side just wants to reduce us to the little [petty] things in order to distract us from the big [f*&%ing deal] things  [you all remember that Joe, right?]
  • "I'm not really worried about this fall...people see through this"
  • the more he [BO] goes negative, the less credible he becomes
  • "people want CANDID... REFRESHING ...leadership"
  • it all gets down to a clear difference of objectives -- we are about changing the economic environment to create jobs and work for everyone in order to create real revenue growth -- we are about cutting spending and borrowing -- we are about reforming government programs.  WE CAN balance the budget.
  • all Obama has created is a 'mountain of uncertainty" -- from tax rates that automatically increase come January to the brand new health care legislation, adding huge costs for every business
  • it's about "championing small business not demeaning success"

Versus the VP we got:

there is simply no sign of Joe tempering his rhetoric to anything close to sounding Vice Presidential -- heaven forbid, presidential, if forced to step up.
And apparently, yippie skippy, the Republican National Convention will get a little Joe up close and personal.  Bring it, Joe -- give it everything ya'll got.

And speaking of conventions, I have to give props to Gloria Steinem today, after she said this: "Women are the key to a Democratic victory, and sometimes, children are the key to women.  It’s both right and smart for the Democratic Convention to behave as if children exist."  wow.

Currently, the DNC is not providing child care. While the policy for children to attend goes something like this:

"The DNC requires children and babies to have a credential to enter the convention, and then denies these credential requests from moms. The DNC credentialing process is being used as a tool to prevent mothers from participating at the convention and is nothing short of discriminatory,” according to Lindsey Horvath, of the NOW Hollywood branch.

Now, there is more than one way to look at this, really.  Sure, it may appear like discrimination at first blush; but then again, it may just sound like a bunch of squealing feminist pigs. I mean, are we not capable as women to get our own babysitter?  Perhaps have our husband (or partner) take the kids?   It would seem that 'The Left' continues to drive an agenda based upon pure unadulterated dependency, rather than self-reliance -- whether it be large or small.

and on that note, I must be on my way.

Make it a Good Day, G

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