How dare him. The bitter failure-in-chief campaigned in Iowa yesterday by trashing the Republican National Convention as “last century” and like watching “black-and-white TV.” He whined that the Republicans offered nothing “new.” This from the warmed-over, Keynesian retread with Beltway barnacle Joe Biden as his running mate.
But Obama’s latest swipe is not just a desperate attack on GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s agenda for restoring America’s excellence and prosperity. It’s an obvious attempt to bury the fresh, vivid, conservative speakers whose voices soared. Just like his whitewashing media lapdoggies did. In my convention wrap-up, I wrote: “The stars of the convention were Mia Love, Marco Rubio, and the small and large business people who shared their passion, their life stories, their hardships and their failures, and their common gratitude for the blessings of liberty. The stories told by entrepreneurs who testified about the benefits of Bain Capital under Romney’s leadership were also powerful and moving. The corollary narrative of 1st and 2nd generation Americans pursuing the American Dream also soared. Yes, the media lapdoggies ignored these speeches. But the information blockade can, will, and must be breached this election. It is up to grass-roots conservatives inspired by those stories to amplify them, re-tell them, and add their own.”
Reader Lynn Hubert e-mailed: “I just came across your post about Marco Rubio and his speech and how it was also your story. That gave me an idea. Since so many people didn’t see the really cool stories you talked about in another post, could you gather all of them together in one place…You are right. We need to hear and share those stories, but it’s not going to be easy to find them all.”
For your convenience, here are videos of the speeches and stories that Obama doesn’t want American to hear. Watch, re-watch, share with your friends, family, and co-workers.
Related: My Fox and Friends weekend segment on how conservative women and minorities are blowing up the tired, old Democratic narratives:
April 1, 2015 10:07 AM by Doug Powers
December 17, 2014 09:03 AM by Doug Powers
October 9, 2014 04:37 PM by Doug Powers
March 11, 2013 08:51 PM by Doug Powers
February 22, 2013 10:58 AM by Doug Powers