Game On: Romney, American Moderate vs Obama Alinsky Radical

April 12, 2012

The "choice" truly is "clear" (Image:

With Rick Santorum out, it’s now officially “Game On”, between American moderate Mitt Romney, and Alinsky radical Barrack Obama.

The question that has always plagued Romney among conservative Americans is not so much whether he would be a good President, but whether his “Romney Nice” stood even a remote chance against the onslaught known to be coming from the Obama machine.

And a machine it most certainly it is.  Have you heard the President lately?  The tone of his rhetoric is anything BUT “civil” but then again this IS Obama.  It’s rumored the first words out of his mouth as a babe were “Republicans want dirty air and water and will make you eat poisonous food.”

Obama’s latest theme he hopes will “stick”  (WTF, winning the future; Building and America to Last, and We Can’t Wait haven’t caught on as imagined.  Hmmmmm wonder why.) is “the choice couldn’t be clearer”.

But on that ONE point, Obama is actually correct.  The choice facing America this election could not be any clearer.  American values against an Alinsky revolution.  If you’re a political junkie you’re about to witness the best fight since the “Thrilla in Manilla”, if not, take your motion sickness pills, it’s going to be a very, bumpy ride.

A few highlights of the “choice” difference Obama now speaks (although the Corner doesn’t think he had THESE choices in mind):

Romney’s personal history show’s a moral man with traditional convictions.

Obama’s starts with liberal indoctrination to adulthood, moves on to the hatching of a political career in the dining room of unpunished and unrepentant domestic terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, and culminates in the Oval Office surrounding himself with appointed Czars and his own personal oligarchy to implement the agenda.

Obama goes out of his way to hide his past.  Romney’s is public record.

Romney’s experience is in the matters of fiscal policy, job and wealth creation, executive management and the ability to get things done even in the worst of political circumstances. (A Republican governor in Massachusetts? It doesn’t get any harder than that.)

Obama’s experience is in the matters of promoting himself and the left’s agenda and pummeling anyone of opposing opinion.

Romney has a proven track record of success. Obama’s recorded trail is that of obfuscation, deceit and deception. (Sorry all you dwainbwains out there, just winning elections is not “success” in regards to qualifications to be President.)

So on one point (and one point only) President Obama IS correct when he states the choice this November 6, 2012 is “unambiguously clear”.

The choice IS between the debt, deficits, and failed government of Obama or the economic prosperity and restoration of the individual and our Constitution under Romney.

But whatever your feelings towards either man, whatever your political persuasion, it matters not the rhetoric of either, stead it all boils down to one question:

Have we reached the tipping point?

Have we reached that point where the democrats and the left have attached enough voters to the government tit to tip us over the edge into the abyss of “social justice” and the inevitable fiscal collapse to follow?

Are there now enough “victims”, “takers”, and entitlement “demanders” that the greatest nation on earth will now fall from within?

Come the night of November 6th, 2012, we will either see the Republic survive or we will witness the act of national hari-kari warned of by Tocqueville:

“A democracy………can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury…….”

It will take the spirit of the 20th Maine at Gettysburg to repel the assault that Obama and the minion media will throw at America over the coming months.

Let’s hope that just this once, history DOES repeat itself.

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2 Responses to Game On: Romney, American Moderate vs Obama Alinsky Radical

  1. anson burlingame on April 12, 2012 at 7:52 am


    Indeed, the choice is now before us. But it will not be a CLEAR choice. There is going to be so much obfuscation thrown at the voters from the left that half the time we won’t know exactly what is being argued or debated.

    In my view the ultimate scorecard in this campaign will be the debt and deficits proposed to be spent over the next ten years. We already KNOW how the Dem side of the card reads. The numbers are right in the President’s budget for 2013, well laid out in detail. THAT is what he wants, but cannot achieve in Congress.

    Now Romney must show us his side of the scorecard. I would keep it simple for voters. What will be the proposed and total debt in each of the next ten fiscal years? As well what will be the proposed deficit spending in each of those years as well.

    Wrap all of that with two, only two numbers. Dems will increase the national debt by $X and borrow a total of $Y to do so. Then show the numbers if the GOP is elected.

    Of course in the background on the Dem side of the scorecard should be a good picture of a very big cliff.


    • Geoff Caldwell on April 12, 2012 at 8:47 am

      While the obfuscation will certainly be great the one thing that will remain clear is the spending, debt and deficits of an un-prepared, in-experienced ideologue vs an experienced manager with a proven, positive record.
      Is Romney the “perfect” conservative? Nope But then again while I am a fiscal conservative and would have preferred a Mitch Daniels I don’t think it’s Romney’s lack of “conservative cred” that is his problem.
      His problem is he’s just too damn nice and he’s up against the most cynical, cut-throat, back stabbing political machine this country has ever known. If he doesn’t figure out a way to start hitting back and hitting back hard the Obama lies will go unchecked and the damage could be irreparable.


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