Friday, October 3, 2008

President Obama

Yes, with barely a month to go before election day, it appears that Barack Hussein Obama will be the next president of the United States. While Sarah Palin held her own last night, Joe Biden did himself and his party no harm. In last week's debate between John Sydney McCain and Barack Hussein Obama, Obama held his own.

Last night's debate didn't change things and without a major gaffe on Barack Hussein Obama's part the next two presidential debates won't change what is happening. The 'sky is falling' mentality has pervaded American society. The national polling numbers have moved toward Obama after the country learned it was on the cusp of another Great Depression courtesy of George W. Bush and the Republican Congress (yes, we know who has been in charge for the last two years, but that doesn't matter). The battle-ground state polls are moving rapidly and decisively toward Obama.

Come November 4, conservatives will go to bed early experiencing nightmares of the next four years after early declarations of victory by NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNN as liberals relish and celebrate the advent of four years of control over our lives. The only bright spot for Republicans may be that they may not become a super minority in the Senate (less than 40 votes).

Sorry folks, but that's the way we at the Objective Conservative see it.

3 comments:

Bob said...

Sadly I have to agree with you. The media has been in the tank for so long for Obama and sadly most people don't take the time to truly learn the candidates.

When you couple this with a very lackluster Republican in John McCain it becomes a forgone conclusion.

Imagine what things would look like now with Mitt Romney as the nominee and a strong conservative VP pick (such as Palin). It would be a juggernaut that would not only keep the White House, but possibly some coattails in Congress.

The encouraging thing to take away from all of this is that we have discovered a true conservative in Sarah Palin and her appeal comes not just from her down to earth demeanor, but also her firm beliefs in conservative values.

I think her popularity has gone down as of late not so much from the bashing of the media, but more because she has had to tone down her views to fit it in with McCain's views (which we all know are RINO the vast majority of the time).

trueconservative said...

I could not agree more. If the establishment had been smart and not promising anyone anything, Romney would have been the pick.

We have a hard time winning when we pick Democrat lite candidates as our nominees. See Ford, Bush, Dole for losers. If you want winners: Reagan proved you could be conservative and win the Presidency.

How I dream of a Romney/Palin team. That would have been awesome!

Anonymous said...

Maybe, just maybe, if the people we elected to Congress when we obtained the majority acted like fiscal conservatives, maybe we would have held onto Congress in the first place and maybe, just maybe, they could have said no to the President and some of his then proposed spending.