Tuesday, November 23, 2010

North Korea attacks South Korea and Obama dithers

As North Korea ramps up it's 2,000 working centrifuges that processes uranium adaptable to the fueling of nuclear weapons, it also sticks it's collective thumb in the eyes of President Obama and the South Koreans. The weak response from the Obama Administration, just one day after the ferocious artillery barrage on Yeonpyeong Island, will only encourage Kim Jong Ill's deadly tantrums. North Korea shelled the South Korean Island for more than an hour, killing two ROK Marines and destroyed more than a dozen homes. This comes just eight months after the North sank a South Korean warship with barely a slap on the wrist from the international community. China, North Korea's principle ally, never condemns the retarded step-son for his belligerent actions, which, in turn only encourages more deadly behavior.

Japanese prime minister Naoto Kan has maintained to Obama that North Korea must not be allowed to get away with two armed attacks on the South in the space of eight months without a military response, but Obama has declined, claiming the attack was not a "crisis." The Obama Administration has just announced more military maneuvers with the South Korean armed forces in response to the North's provocation. This is the same response we always get from this President, and to expect a different result is just folly. It is time the United States considers the re-deployment of tactical nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula as a deterrent to the North. It is time that China realizes that the United States is serious about North Korea's provocations.

The Russians have condemned Kim Jong Ill's attack, which is encouraging, but it's not quite enough. China must reign in the North or face a possible war on their doorstep. China is certainly not our friend and they continue to support dangerous regimes around the globe. President Obama got his 3am phone call, actually 3:55am, and he dithered once again. This President is not feared by the bad guys, which only encourages more bad behavior. It is time for Mr. Obama to grow a set and put our enemies on notice. President Bush was not liked by our enemies for good reason. They knew he might just regulate them to the dustbin of history.

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Monday, November 1, 2010


The day of reckoning for Obama and the Democrats has arrived. It has been two years since Obama uttered the messianic verse, "We are the ones we've been waiting for," and many things have changed since that time. The Democrats rode into town on Obama's coattails in 2008 claiming they would hold power for generations to come. The Democrats and their lapdogs in the media will blame their collective defeat on George W. Bush's failed economy and that "we" the people didn't give them enough time to fix it. The real reason is the American public saw the Democrats for what they truly are. Americans witnessed the Democratic Party impose their socialistic agenda on the economy and ignored us when we said STOP! The Leftist troika (Obama-Pelosi-Reid) refused to listen and said that Americans just didn't understand what they were trying to accomplish. We understand exactly what they are trying to accomplish and we don't want any part of it. Tuesday, November 2nd is the day we will say, "you are the ones we've been waiting to fire from office."

Here are my predictions for the midterm elections: The US Senate will end up in a 50/50 tie, with Vice President Joe Biden holding the tie breaking vote. There are 7 Senate seats that are currently rated as toss-ups and I predict Republicans will take 5 of the 7. In Colorado, Republican Ken Buck will overtake Mike Bennet. California will be won by incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer. Unless ACORN steals the election in Illinois, I predict Mark Kirk will overtake Alexi Giannoulias for Obama's seat. One of the big upsets of the night will be Sharron Angle defeating Harry Reid in Nevada. In Pennsylvania, Republican Toomey will beat Sestak to give Republicans Arlen Specter's seat. In Washington, I think Dino Rossi will upset Patty Murray for that seat, even though Murray has lead late in some polls. I was hoping that we would retake the West Virgina seat, but I think Joe Manchin has it in the bag.

In the battle for the House there are too many races to analyze, but I predict that Republicans will take about 62 seats giving them a 20 plus cushion. I know there are some pundits saying Republicans could take up to 100 House seats, but I'm unwilling to go there. If Republicans do in fact take that many seats, this would be the biggest defeat for Democrats in modern history and a sure repudiation of President Obama. After tomorrow nights election, we begin the race to defeat President Obama in 2012. The primaries are just one year away with many names being tossed around. Who is your candidate?

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