Morning Briefing: September 27th, 2012
By Steve Deace
With Friends Like This…
Bay Buchanan, former national chairwoman of the 2008 Tom Tancredo presidential campaign and a top adviser to current GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, will be the special guest speaker at a Republican pro-sodomy group’s fundraiser. Bay Buchanan, best known as Pat Buchanan’s sister, is also a Mormon like Romney. When you consider what the pro-homosexuality groups have tried to do to the Mormon Church the past few years because of its moral stance, it certainly is interesting that Romney has spent most of his political career cozying up to these groups, and now so is Bay Buchanan.
But that’s not all.
When then Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett wanted to become Governor Tom Corbett in 2010, he joined several other states in suing the federal government over Obamacare. But now that Obama is poised to win his state in the presidential election, now Governor Corbett is considering implementing it in his state after all.
Please, tell me again, why is it that I have to vote Republican to stop statist/anti-Constitutional/pagan government? With “friends” like these…
Majority of Small Business Owners Wouldn’t Be Today
A new poll found that 55% of American small business owners wouldn’t start a small business today given the economic climate, and 69% of them blame the Obama Regime’s regulatory constrictions for hurting their businesses. 67% of those polled also there is too much uncertainty in the market to hire new workers or expand their business, and 54% believe both China and India are friendlier to business.
Notice What’s Missing from Anti-Marriage Marketing?
In one TV ad, a husband and wife talk fondly of a homosexual couple who moved into their neighborhood. In another, a married couple speaks of wanting fair treatment for their homosexual daughter. A third features a “pastor” talking supportively about homosexual unions. Each of these ads ran recently in states with marriage issues on the November ballot. What’s missing? Homosexuals speaking for themselves. Why? If it’s such a winning issue, why not let those most impacted by it speak for themselves? Probably because without slick marketing they end up behaving like this.
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