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Analyst: Ryan Could Help win Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Ohio

Posted in Paul Ryan, Romney, Tea Party with tags , , on August 13, 2012 by b5blue

Based upon the pix from Wisconsin and the Scott Walker recall election, we can color Wisconsin red.  More from The Daily Caller:

As a fellow Midwesterner, “Ryan can evoke midwestern values,” emailed Trey Grayson, director of the Harvard University Institute of Politics.

Trey Hardin, a Republican strategist and senior vice president at Vox Global, said that Ryan’s Midwestern roots would help the ticket throughout the Midwest – not just in Ohio and Wisconsin, but also in Pennsylvania, a state that has gone to the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since 1992 but some Republican strategists hope could be a swing state this cycle.

“It’s just a matter of being able to relate,” said Hardin.

Moreover, Ryan helps balance the ticket in a way that could be an asset for Romney given Ohio’s demographics.

“Being Catholic,” Grayson noted, “will help him appeal to the many Catholic swing voters in Ohio.”

Obama is gonna get smoked, y’all.

Obama is Toast v2.73 Subpart L(andslide)

Posted in 2012, Obama, Progressivism, Romney, Tea Party with tags , , , , on August 9, 2012 by b5blue

Can’t let this one pass till the next installment of Toasted Marxist.  The MMMmm Toasty! part:

In my opinion, none of the psephologists mentioned above has  reflected on the degree to which the administrative entitlements state – envisaged by Woodrow Wilson and the Progressives, instituted by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and expanded by their successors – has entered a crisis, and none of them is sensitive to the manner in which Barack Obama, in his audacity, has unmasked that state’s tyrannical propensities and its bankruptcy. In consequence, none of these psephologists has reflected adequately on the significance of the emergence of the Tea-Party Movement, on the meaning of Scott Brown’s election and the particular context within which he was elected, on the election of Chris Christie as Governor of New Jersey and of Bob McDonnell as Governor of Virginia, and on the political earthquake that took place in November, 2010. That earthquake, which gave the Republicans a strength at the state and local level that they have not enjoyed since 1928, is a harbinger of what we will see this November.

Yes, Barack Obama is ahead in some polls. And, yes, it looks like a neck-and-neck race. But that is because the President is spending everything that he has right now in a desperate attempt to demonize Mitt Romney, and it is because Americans are not yet paying attention. Obama’s support is a mile wide and a quarter of an inch deep.

I’d like to also add that the ‘experts’ still are relatively dismissive of the Chik-Fil-A-palooza event.  That was an entrance poll that stacks up 100% against the entitlement tyranny.

BankruptingAmerica.org

Posted in Economics, Obama, Progressivism, Spendocrats, Tea Party with tags , , , , on August 7, 2012 by b5blue

Click on the image to visit their site.   Wooden Nickel to Doug Ross.

Left-Wing Activists Admit Allen West Terrifies Them

Posted in Conservatives/Libertarians, Democrat Racism, Liberal Hypocrisy, Progressivism, Tea Party with tags , , , on August 2, 2012 by b5blue

Be afraid, Turds, be very afraid.  The leftist fear in the morning juicy part:

Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) is the activist Left’s number one congressional target this election cycle because he poses an existential threat to progressivism, a prominent professional left-wing organizer suggests.

West is “a national rising star in the Tea Party,” Becky Bond explained during a panel discussion at the Campaign for America’s Future’s recent Take Back the American Dream confab in Washington, D.C.

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The danger, as Bond sees it, is that if West’s brand of politics catches on nationwide, American politics may shift rightward.

“And he’s a freshman,” Bond said. “If we don’t take him down now, he’s raising millions of dollars, and he’s going to set what the new normal is for the Republican Party.”

It’s imperative that we keep Colonel West under the progressive’s irritated skin.  Come on, Florida, you can do it!

Go, Sarahcuda, go!

Posted in Conservatives/Libertarians, Sarah Palin, Tea Party with tags , , , on August 2, 2012 by b5blue

Paradigm shift: Sarah Palin takes Texas  The juicy David vs Goliath part:

Establishment Republicans rally today to debunk Sarah Palin much as Letterman, Couric, Tina Fey and the vast info/entertainment culture did at the beginning. It is a measure of her success and the fear Grizzly Mama strikes in the heart of the timid. The Ted Cruz victory in the Texas Senate race brings substantive political change and Sarah Palin is behind the paradigm shift. It is, as The Washington Post called it, “a victory for the Tea Party.” Today, “the establishment” pushes further away from the main pulse of America and Sarah Palin holds the pulse.

….and, Sarah… if things don’t *ahem* work out between you and Todd in the future… I’m available.   Just sayin’.  *Swoon*

Yet more proof of the racism of that lilly white Tea Party

Posted in Liberal Straw Men, Tea Party with tags , , , on August 1, 2012 by b5blue

Ted Cruz errrr cruises to victory in Texas.   For a movement that gets no respect from the Democrats and Liberals, they sure are making things happen.

Raising Cain in Madison

Posted in 'Professional' Media, 2012, Class Warfare, Socialism, Tea Party, Unions, Video Library for Liberal Escapees with tags , , , on February 20, 2011 by b5blue

Can’t make it any clearer than that.

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