Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Friday, February 3, 2012

Ann Barnhardt Tells Willard to Go Home

This is most delicious.. Ann can tell someone off in such a righteous way. She puts so many men to shame. Love the Patton-esque background.


  1. OK, now he's been well and truly told off. Many of the same criticisms (in terms of personal ethics) could be said about Gingrich.

    As a Mormon, Romney should be unequivocally against "homosexual marriage". Evidently he doesn't mind throwing his religious beliefs under the bus.

    It's good to remind people of what Romney did for healthcare in Massachusetts.

    We've gone beyond the time for pretty phrases and diplomatic speech. Your voice is needed.

    As to believing in his "superior intellect", he doesn't hold a candle to the current Philosopher-in Chief.

    The bottom line is, we have to get Obama out of the White House.

    That same Obama has just decided to "[force] nearly all private health plans to include coverage for all FDA-approved prescription contraceptive drugs and devices, as well as surgical sterilization."

    Naturally, the Catholics are rising in force to fight this gross attack on religious freedom (as well as on morality).

    I deduce from the left column that you may support Ron Paul. Paul is a nice old man with some peculiar beliefs, a perennial runner and loser (I use that term only as a report of elections), one with some interesting baggage from long ago, and one who just might get 5% of the vote.

    Just one facet: he thinks we should get rid of the Federal Reserve. OK, that's nice - now all those pretty green pieces of paper in your wallet or purse are worthless.

    It's a sad commentary on the Republican Party that the ones we see are the best they can come up with. There are better on the sidelines, but they seem to have been pushed aside either by the MSM or the GOP bosses.

    We've only got 11 months or so to get our act together, otherwise it will be 4 more years of Obama - and we've only barely survived the last 4.

    (If I may make a suggestion: there's a lot of echo in the sound. You might consider a different mike placement, or a different room.)

    1. Thanks for your input Mike. My bottom line is that Obama is an empty suit paid to read a teleprompter by the monied interests. Oh, and those same interests have stacked the deck in both parties with empty suits.

      These are not the "best" the Republican Party can come up with; these are the paid for people the bought off RNC has come up with. Big difference.

      Ron Paul did statistically get 2nd place in Iowa, a solid 2nd place in NH, and will do well in these caucus states. He polls very well in a general election, better than Gingrich or Santorum. He was re-elected in his district 12 times, which is something that Santorum cannot say, having lost in PA by the largest margin in recent history.

      If we don't get rid of the Federal Reserve, then it will get rid of us. I suggest you check out his book, End the Fed to see how he plans to do it without creating havoc - by using competing currencies. On our current trajectory, those green pieces of paper will become worthless anyway.

      So as you might see on here, I don't get in a tizzy over Obama, I follow the money and watch the guys in the background fixing the game.


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