Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Presidential Election 2012 - #4341 - Left Wants Obama to Postpone the Election, President Has No Say, Constitution Sets the Terms - Rush (2) Report from Romney Rally in Ohio - Rush Caller (3) Obama Supporters Slam 'Romney' Policies, Then Find Out They're Actually Obama's (403,876 views) The Blaze

Left Wants Obama to Postpone the Election - Rush - I told you it was gonna happen. It wasn't hard. I predicted it even before Jay Carney's press conference yesterday. I predicted that there would be media outlets who would urge Obama to move the election. The president has no power whatsoever to do this. The president cannot do it. The fact that so many people want the president to is alarming because it indicates how many people would be comfortable with that kind of autocratic, totalitarian power. But in our constitutional system, the president has no say. I hate to tell you this, but the president can't do a thing about this. He can go on TV, and he can suggest and he can cajole and he could talk about “fairness” and all that, but he can't do anything. The Constitution sets the terms of the election. The states determine whether the elections are, the federal government and states together. Congress requires the states inform it of their electors by mid-December. But the president has no say-so in when the election is.  Read more.......

Report from Romney Rally in Ohio - Rush Caller - CALLER: Well, not only do I get to talk to you, but I did get to see Mitt Romney for the second time here in Ohio today. And I just wanted to make sure that the media doesn't try and play this that he was campaigning today, because he was not. He was here in Kettering, Ohio, and he was meant to make a campaign stop, but he changed it into more of a rally to help the devastation that has occurred on the East Coast. So everybody was required to bring like a food item of some sort. I brought a couple bags in. Everything was so orderly. There was about 2,500 to 3,000 people there. RUSH: What, did you have to have a food item to be admitted? CALLER: No, you did not. They asked you to bring one, so I guess I shouldn'ta said required. They just would have liked you to have brought a food item. And then when you went in, Mitt Romney, he didn't even take the main stage. More people were focused on the main stage, but he appeared off to the side in front of all the tables that were holding all of the food that people had donated, and I took pictures, and there was so much food there. He stood up and spoke for about ten minutes and just talked about how Americans come together in a time of crisis when other Americans are hurting. He did not campaign at all. Read more.....

Obama Supporters Slam 'Romney' Policies, Then Find Out They're Actually Obama's - The Blaze - (403,876 views) - In a new video by “We Are Change,” controversial reporter Luke Rudkowski (he appears to have a number of 9/11 “truther” connections) went to New York City, where he told a number of self-described Obama voters that the president’s policies are actually being supported by Mitt Romney. Though Rudkowski has a history of “stirring the pot,” it’s certainly fascinating to see how people respond. Romney was quickly called “crazy,” “his” policies deemed “unconstitutional” and “immoral.” The crowd seemed particularly disturbed by the expansion of the Patriot Act, the National Defense Authorization Act (which allows U.S. citizens to be detained without trial), and the proposed “Kill List.” So what happened when Rudkowski had to tell the group that the policies they just eviscerated were actually being supported by their presidential pick? To their credit, a number of the voters said they needed to look it up and do some more homework. Others refused to believe the man, while others spun 180 degrees almost immediately.  Read more........

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