Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Virginia U.S. Senate Elections 2012 - #3264 - VIDEO: Mayor Rudy Giuliani Announces His Support for George Allen (2) Byron York: Obama Plagued by Democrats' Ingratitude - Townhall


Mayor Rudy Giuliani Announces His Support for George Allen - Former New York City Mayor and Presidential Candidate Rudy Giuliani today announced his support for George Allen for U.S. Senate.  “George Allen has the leadership and vision we need in Washington to help get our country back on track. He understands how to reinvigorate our entrepreneurial spirit with pro-growth policies that help businesses create jobs, not the government. These are difficult times for many hard working men and women across our nation, and we need people in Washington that know how to get things done. George Allen has a proven track record of success and he will bring common sense and conservative solutions to Washington. He will stand strong for his conservative principles and fight every day for what’s best for the people of Virginia. I have been a longtime friend and supporter of George Allen and I am proud to be endorsing him for the U.S. Senate.”

Byron York: Obama Plagued by Democrats' Ingratitude - Townhall - For generations, Democrats longed for a president who could enact national health care. Barack Obama did it.  For years, Democrats longed for a president who could massively increase federal spending, impose broad new regulations and fight for higher taxes. Barack Obama did it.  For much of the past decade, Democrats longed for a president who could pull American forces out of Iraq and redirect U.S. security policy toward al-Qaida. Barack Obama did it -- and killed Osama bin Laden, to boot.  Obama did all that, and more. And now many Democrats are afraid to be seen with him. Some gratitude.  Democratic grumbling about the president has reached an all-time high. On a recent conference call of party strategists, disaffected Democrats reportedly threw around words like "betrayed," "disappointed," "furious" and "disgusted," with some blaming Obama for the stunning Democratic loss in New York's 9th Congressional District. Surveying the political landscape of Democratic disaffection with the president, longtime strategist James Carville could come up with just one word of advice: "Panic!"  Read more....... Steve Peters: It is very interesting that politicians like Tim Kaine, Ex-Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Cheerleader-in Chief for Obama's policies like ObamaCare, are now pretending they were not involved in passing the disastrous legislation. Tim Kaine wants fellow Virginians to have very selected memories of his term as Governor, but none of all the water he carried for the most left-wing and failed president this country has ever elected.

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