Thursday, February 26, 2009

Jindal Response Appeals To The People

Just not to the main stream media. Jindal's criticism of The One's address to the nation has drawn the wrath of the talking heads at the networks. Here's a piece that calls his response all kinds of names we never heard from the Democratic response to President Bush.

Insane. Childish. Disaster. And those were some of the kinder comments from
political pundits about Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and his response to
President Barack Obama's speech to Congress on Tuesday night

HOWEVER, there's more to the story. The story not too many sources are telling. The MSM is still trying to prop up The One's popularity.

A CNN poll taken after his speech found 92 percent of viewers had a positive
reaction to it.

Who in the world did CNN poll? Hmmmm. Ninety-two (92) percent favorable. That's higher than The One's favorable rating we hear so much about. On the other hand, we hear very little about Oblahma's "unfavorable" rating which is said to be the highest of any president in his first month. Amazingly, Ol' BC hasn't heard this on NBC's Nightly News. Last figure I heard was twenty-four (24) percent unfavorable. Apparently, CNN didn't find many in that quarter of the population.

Just an observation.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Where Are We Now?

Take a moment and read this. Now, where do you think we are? Where do you think we're heading? Are we already doomed?

The time is now to make noise. Make logical noise. Make truthful noise. Point out the failures of Oblahma. The GOP totally blew it trying to be Democrat-lites. They contributed significantly to the place we sit at this particular time. The GOP and conservatives in particular need to watch how the Donks govern. Watch how the Donks campaign. The conservatives have been left in the dust. Reaching across the aisle has merit WHEN you are educating and converting votes to your side not compromising the future of the country by caving in to failed liberal policies of the past.

Watch how the Democrats do it. It's their game. It a bad game. They are running it. Reach across the aisle? What aisle? As Pelosi said, "we won."

Just an observation.