Prayerfully, We Move On

Good grief, was I wrong. It is abundantly clear that, when my wife and I moved from southeastern Pennsylvania to the Lowcountry of South Carolina in mid-2010, I failed to adjust my own metrics as to attitude and perception as needed due to the conservatives surrounding me here. Hence the absurd overconfidence. In essence, I [...]

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No, Mr. President – WE Are The Ones America Has Been Waiting For (Part Nine)

With the reality of the general election now bearing down on the Obama administration, several major incidents – along with typical socialist tactics – may, in fact, have been the onset of the final implosion of the Obama administration.  Beginning with the Supreme Court ruling on the health care bill at the end of June, [...]

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PREDICTION: Romney By 8% (NOTE: In retrospect … yikes.)

Romney by eight. It’s almost become a joke at this point for me.  I’ve been saying it for months now, long before Romney started building momentum following the very first presidential debate in October. I even have a potentially humiliating bet going with an ultra-liberal close friend: if Romney wins by eight percent of the [...]

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No, Mr. President – WE Are the Ones America Has Been Waiting For (Part Eight)

When then-candidate Barack Obama accused George W. Bush’s escalation of the national debt “unpatriotic”, there were no doubt a good number of people around the country who nodded their heads in agreement.  Common-sense conservatives who seem to have a genetic predisposition and ability to sense a hard-leftist liberal when they see one, however, sent up [...]

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No, Mr. President – WE Are the Ones America Has Been Waiting For (Part Seven)

……and then the 2010 midterms were upon us…. November 2, 2010 – As the polls had been increasingly showing over the course of calendar year 2010 – if not longer – the majority of the American people were essentially turning in revulsion from the all-too-obvious Democratic agenda. The flurry of attempted and actual destructive legislative [...]

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No, Mr. President – WE Are the Ones America Has Been Waiting For (Part Six)

As the pressure of the 2010 mid-term elections began to bear down on the Democratic Party, and with their agenda now more than obvious to the American people, the summer heat of that year began to increase seemingly exponentially, as nearly every single development that came out of the White House and was filtered through [...]

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Romney Did Enough

I’ve been a crappy, disconnected blogger recently. (Sorry.)  I’ve been too busy building a surprisingly thriving family law practice–sadly, we’re splitting up more debt than assets, something that we’ll address in a piece soon–and, while I’ve been watching and engaging as best I can, I haven’t had the chance to weigh in on the campaigns [...]

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No, Mr. President – WE Are the Ones America Has Been Waiting For (Part 5)

Incomprehensible as it may seem, even to this point in the Obama administration there were still millions of people throughout the country who either could not or refused to see the virtual, political train wreck that was taking place in America, in practically real-time.  By the time the mid-term elections arrived in November of 2010, [...]

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Down and Out in Denver

I’ve been in President Obama’s shoes before, and it’s not a great deal of fun. No, I don’t mean that I’ve been president of the United States.  Nor do I mean that I have somehow singlehandedly disappointed 20 million liberal Democrats in the course of 90 minutes on national television.  Nor do I mean that [...]

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No, Mr. President – We Are the Ones America Has Been Waiting For (Part 4)

The first three installments of this series have covered roughly the first eight months of the Obama administration, during which time it became evident that this president and his fellow self-styled intellectuals had little concern with the manner in which the American people viewed their handling of the country.  From racial baiting to breathtaking financial incompetence to [...]

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