We play too nice. Romney is a really nice guy - too nice. It's time to bring out the bears. If they mess with the bears, they lose a fucking arm. And a leg. We need to recruit someone that will tear into the opposition with no hesitation. The media is going to try to kill us no matter what we do, so we might as well go for the jugular and than laugh as the opposition bleeds out. Benghazi is a Impeachable nightmare and we should have gone for Obama's throat on the matter. Screw the old guard media - they have Obama (or whatever lefty jerk) so deep down their throats that they couldn't respond if their own asses were on fire. And their asses are on fire - oh, yes they are, and I plan to fan the flames and hope it consumes them.
It's time to stand up for what we really believe in. No more
mamby-pamby pandering to those we fear we might offend. Screw them, they
aren't going to vote for what is right for this country anyway and they
make up a small percentage of the electorate. I'm sick and tired of
kowtowing to the one person who is offended by a Christmas display, or
that we don't have every government document in 23 gazillion different
languages. Lay out the ugly reality for everyone and tell them how we
are going to fix it. All of this 'global warming' and 'green energy' and
'special interest' crap goes on the back burner - or off the stove
completely. Unless we fix this country, there's going to be new
management and the special interests aren't going to like it one bit -
think our 'New Chinese Overlords' . Fix the economy, get everyone
working again, make most of us flush with cash, and THEN we'll talk
about windmills and hybrid cars and special rights for the 1% (or less) of
the population. But until the economy is running on all cylinders and
we reverse the deficit, and we reduce the government and we start paying off the
National Debt, all that nonsense will have to wait. If we default on our
loans - our debt to our foreign creditors - our new Chinese Overlords
are going to take over and they are not going to be very receptive to
the whining that goes on today.
The big problem is - America as a whole is too short-sighted. We need to give everyone the long-term vision.