1. Doug Johnson: Is Obama's Campaign Really on the Ropes?
2. Wayne Allyn Root: Video: Why Obama Will Lose In a Landslide
3. James Hirsen: Obama Campaign’s Clooney Contest Twist: Pick-Your-Own Celebrity
Is Obama's Campaign Really on the Ropes?
By Doug Johnson
When it’s early in a contest, it’s important to remember you still have a long way to go. With 5 months to go until Election Day, it’s far too early to start getting excited. Obama may be down, but he’s far from out. People are calling President Obama an amateur who doesn’t know what he’s doing. This is certainly possible and it does appear that there may be some accuracy in the description. But it is also quite possible, and fairly probable, that that is a misunderstanding of who he is. There is a strong chance that he is not in over his head, as Romney likes to say. Rather, he may very well know what he’s doing and his actions in office may all be part of a much larger plan that would result in such fundamental change to America that, if successful, would make our nation into something virtually unrecognizable to Americans of past generations and our nation’s founders. [more...]
Video: Why Obama Will Lose In a Landslide
Wayne Allyn Root is a well-known Las Vegas oddsmaker with one of the most accurate records of predicting political races. His latest video has been viewed by 55,000 people in just one week. What does Root predict the outcome of November’s Presidential election will be? Obama will lose. Here’s why... [more...]
Obama Campaign’s Clooney Contest Twist: Pick-Your-Own Celebrity
By James Hirsen
After a record breaking $15 million event at the home of George Clooney, the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama has come up with a new variation to the fundraising lottery that awarded the winners a dinner with the Oscar-winning actor. For a suggested donation of $3 (or more), donors can win the opportunity to choose the next celebrity to be featured at a future meal with Obama. The winners and their guests will then be able to dine with the president and the chosen star. Obama’s pattern of campaigning with the stars has left him open to criticisms from conservatives including Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus referring to the president as the "Celebrity-in-Chief," and talk show host Rush Limbaugh labeling him as "Barack Hussein Kardashian." [more...]