Wednesday, September 30, 2009
"Nice photo, huh!"
"Talk show host Rush Limbaugh is praising former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin as the conservative candidate liberals fear the most...“I have been pointing out that the Democrat Party and the media will tell us who they fear most -- and they're not afraid of Huckabee, and they're not afraid of Mitt Romney and they're not afraid of Rudy Giuliani,” Limbaugh said on his show Tuesday. “But they have gone out of their way to destroy Sarah Palin." http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover/limbaugh_palin_book/2009/09/29/266306.html
Psst: By the way, I would vote for her in a heartbeat! Obama is a pleasant guy whom I wish the best for but policy wise, he's a leaf blowing in the wind!
(Image courtesy flickr user Chicagogeek)
This person demonstrates a sad commentary on (lawful) free speech. God does not hate (period). Neither is America doomed. It will take more than one administration to accomplish that........we pray.
An interesting quote from religiondispatches.org today:
"It's more than white republican conservative Christians who are losing confidence in Obama. A survey taken back in April reveals the roots of this season's protests — the results are surprising.....Unsurprisingly, whites – especially those lesser educated – register the highest levels of discontent with Obama. But it's also important to recognize that 55 percent of Asians, a third of Hispanics, and half of all other immigrants were not at all confident. The faces of these latter constituencies show up less in the media coverage of angry protestors, but their presence should not be overlooked .....As judged by their pictures, they are predominately older, white, male, born-again Christians. Their signs point to a mix of frustrations.....Driven by fear and fury, and certainly not by any one singularly framed argument, they latch on to one or another scapegoat, prodded by the incessant and inflammatory voices of Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and others on both television and radio." http://www.religiondispatches.org/archive/politics/1864/i_want_my_country_back:_the_demography_of_discontent#Current approval ratings for the President from Gallop stand at:
51% Approve 39& Disapprove
from a high of 68% to 12% back in Feb.