Aug 30, 2012

Paul Ryan's RNC Speech Complete

Transcript at

The Fading Poster of Obama (Video)

Youth unemployment remains high, with 18-24 year olds facing unemployment over 15%. In a poll conducted by Crossroads Generation of 800 registered voters aged 18-29, only 22% said that they thought Obama had put into place policies that have made it easier for young people to find jobs. We can do better. Join us at

Pontifical Mission Societies reports: Syria: Christian family beheaded, Christians attacked at funeral

full report here:

"... Today in Zamalka a family of Armenian Christians was found murdered, and all members of the family horribly decapitated. The execution brings to mind the work of radical Islamist Salafis. ..."

Associated Press Factchecker Lie About Ryan's Speech and Scott Walker Owns MSNBC's Ed Schultz over Paul Ryan GM Plant Closing Comments

For details, go to   

The AP goes on to, once again, falsely claim that Obama-Care does not $716 billion dollars from Medicare, and that Obama’s stimulus was not a matter of political patronage and corporate welfare.

First of all, the Janesville plant did not close in December 2008, it closed in April 2009. But some ‘fact checkers’ quibble that, since GM announced it was going to close the Janesville plant in December of 2008, that is close enough. But the fact is the Janesville plant did not close until April 2009.
Also, it’s clear from Obama’s press release and speech back in February 2008 that Obama did indeed mislead people "by making them think a General Motors plant there threatened with closure could be saved."

Same with Politifact now known as Propagandafact Related: Scott Walker Owns MSNBC's Ed Schultz over Paul Ryan GM Plant Closing Comments Is MSNBC's Ed Schultz as genuinely ignorant as he appears or just a masterful yet annoying mouthpiece for Obama and the liberal agenda. In typical Liberal Brilliance(sarc), Ed Schultz unwittingly reminds the world of yet another example ( in the very long list) of Obama's now infamous broken promises.

Popular Posts

Blog Archive