71% of Obama Voters Regret Voting for Obama


…but the vast majority of them would still vote for Obama again.

One out of Five Liberals Would Vote for Mitt Romney

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The poll of registered voters shows Romney at 49 percent and Obama at 45 percent in the rematch

Obama Supporting Poll Worker Voted Eight Times in Ohio

“I’ll fight it for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States,” Melowese Richardson said.

Former Executive Director of the New York State Democratic Party Comes Out for Mitt Romney


Gigi Georges, the State Director for Hillary Clinton, a Special Assistant to the President in the Clinton Administration, former Executive Director of the New York State Democratic Party and a major player in Hillary’s presidential run who was named one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in New York” endorses Mitt Romney

Obama’s Phony Bipartisan 2nd Term Pitch


Let’s summarize Obama’s pitch for giving him a second term. “Vote for me and the Republicans will be so crushed that they’ll have to give in to all my demands.”

Worst CEO in America Gives 1 Million to Obama SuperPAC

Mark Pincus

I’m calling him the worst CEO in America, though he could easily qualify for worst CEO in the world or worst human being on the planet.

Former Chair of Democrats Abroad Israel Comes out for Romney (VIDEO)


“I am a former chairperson of Democrats Abroad Israel, and was an official delegate to the 1992 National Democratic Convention. In all of my 80 years, I have never before voted for a Republican for president. But this time around, I am proudly voting for Mitt Romney.”

Obama’s Vote Cost Taxpayers $716,000

U.S. President Barack Obama holds his early voting ballot receipt after casting his vote at the Martin Luther King Community Center in Chicago

Obama’s expensive vote in 2012 cost the country only ten more times than the average Obama voter cost the country in 2008.

Even the Media Can’t Summon Up Much Enthusiasm for Obama


“Mr. Obama’s temperament is unlike anything we’ve seen on the national stage in many years. He is deliberate but not indecisive; eloquent but a master of substance and detail; a man of supple intelligence, with a nuanced grasp of complex issues and evident skill at conciliation and consensus-building.”

Democrats Propose Constitutional Amendment Disposing of Electoral College


The approach, proposed by the head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, wouldn’t abolish the Electoral College, but would give the winner of the popular vote an extra 29 electoral votes, which would reduce the electoral college to a complete formality and nullify another big chunk of the “States” part of the United States.