Halloween is over and yet the Nightmare Continues

The Socialists/Marxist/Communist of our time

For anyone who has ever suffered from repeated Nightmares it is no surprise to realize the Election of one Barack Obama to the highest office of the land has been that one nightmare that we all feared would be real when we woke up the next morning.  So it has been for many of US since the election of ’08 and it continues on to this day. 

Don't let the Nightmare Continue America.....Vote him out in 2012

Hurl the Socialist in 2012!

END THE NIGHTMARE!

We’ll all feel better on that Morning!

VOTE HIM OUT IN 2012

8 responses to “Halloween is over and yet the Nightmare Continues

  1. Good Morning Patriots :D

  2. Good Afternoon Patriots

  3. OHIO State Ballot Initiatives Pose Key Tests for Obama Re-election Drive

    President Obama may not be on the ballot on Tuesday, but his re-election effort faces some key tests as voters go to the polls in important 2012 states like Ohio.

    With the fate of collecting bargaining rights for public employees on the ballot in that key battleground, this is a major test to see if the president’s vaunted get-out-the-vote operation from 2008 is still a well-oiled machine ready for 2012.

    That’s why officials from organized labor and the Obama re-elect team have been on the ground in Ohio trying to turn out the vote on the ground. Back at the White House, Press Secretary Jay Carney was adamant about where the president stands on the measure.

    “Let me be very clear: The president does not support the ballot initiative in Ohio that would strip away fundamental collective bargaining rights,” Carney said at his daily briefing.

    But the president himself has not spoken out on the matter since April, when an Ohio reporter asked him about it. “Let’s certainly not blame public employees for a financial crisis that they had nothing to do with,” Obama said. “And let’s not use this as an excuse to erode their bargaining rights.”

    The low profile is a far cry from the aggressive approach Obama suggested he would take in the White House back in the 2008 campaign. “I’ve walked picket lines before,” he told one audience in 2007. “I’ve got some comfortable shoes at home.”

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/11/07/state-ballot-initiatives-pose-key-tests-for-obama-re-election-drive/#ixzz1d6lW7lQZ

  4. Nightmare, indeed. I cannot begin to imagine how much worse we would be off were Obama to win re-election. Love the Wizard of Oz spoofs!

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