Friday, November 21, 2008

Right wing blogs need to cease fire on Obama

Thats right you heard me correctly. I think at this point we need to cease fire on Obama until he at least takes office. The best course of action is to cease fire, new targets left side, range point blank and fire for effect.

The right needs to get it's message out the and shine the light on the cockroaches in office. 2012 is far away but we have races in 2010 to prepare for. Polls have shown the American people have no idea who Pelosi is. The Democrats have been the lawmakers for 2 years but Bush has been blamed for everything. America needs to be told about the Countrywide mortgages to Dodd and reminded of the complicity of the Democratic involvement in the financial meltdown.

Continueing to bash Obama will only alienate the 52% that voted for him. Let him at least take office and fuck up first. So far it looks like he is more interested in getting reelected than paying back favors to the left that helped get him there. I don't think he is an idiot and knows he cannot govern from the left and win a second term. The Democratic majority is so far removed from reality I have no doubt they will over reach so at this point they are the most dangerous.

Speaking of cease fires the Republican circular firing squad must cease. I think there is plenty of blame to go around. A weak presidential candidate much older than his opponent aided by an inept staff. The GOP is obviously out of touch with technology and was smoked by a community organizer. The GOP must adapt or go the way of the Whig party. McCain could have shot anew YouTube commercial every day for very little cost and effort. The religious right must no longer be the mouth piece of the GOP. Preaching to the choir gets us no where and only alienates the magic undecided 20%. We must get back to our small govt roots and soon.

Supporting the bailout was a huge mistake for many in the GOP and now they must redeem themselves by fighting the UAW bailout (let's call a spade a spade shall we) and putting an end to earmarks.

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