Has the nation gone irreversibly blue? Did intraparty disunity sabotage Mitt Romney‘s presidential quest? Or is there some other explanation for the nation’s re-election of a president with the worst record in decades?
I received an email from a brilliant conservative friend who wonders whether Republicans can ever win another election and thus whether the nation is forever lost. I ran into a college student at church the Sunday before the election, and despite his strong conservatism and high intelligence, he admitted confusion about the candidates’ respective positions after the presidential debates.
By Gordon Duff and Press TV
“The real subject here is “decency.” Every philosophy, every major religion, every international organization feels they serve the needs of decency. The United Nations protects the interests of the wealthy and powerful, terrorist groups extract revenge for abuses against the poor and downtrodden, drone attacks eliminate “anti-social” elements, killing two militants out of every hundred civilians that die.”
‘US upset about Iran-Iraq-Syria alliance’
During the US presidential debates, both candidates talked about the suffering of the Syrian people and how we were going to supply weapons to make things better, Obama with “small arms” and Romney promising “heavy weapons,” perhaps turning a hundred B-52 8 engine bombers over to the rebels or giving them a few aircraft carriers or nuclear submarines.
Gordon Duff The real subject here is “decency.” Every philosophy, every major religion, every international organization feels they serve the needs of decency. The United Nations protects the interests of…
Syria, we were told, had to have a new government though no international authority has approved such a move and no nation, under international law, can impose its will on another without itself becoming an aggressor nation, a war criminal in a very real sense.
It’s only natural that the Democratic incumbent, Barack Obama, and the Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, should participate in tonight’s first presidential debate, but in fact there are two other candidates who qualified for the ballot in enough states that they could, technically, win the election.
READER RESPONSE: Gunny G…
one topic left—no more dancing around it—eligibility!