August 30, 2012, - 1:51 pm

Paul Ryan’s Speech Terrific, But Amnesty Babble From Condi Clueless Rules GOP

By Debbie Schlussel

Paul Ryan could not have given a better speech than that which he delivered last night at the Republican National Convention. It was the kind of speech a lot of conservatives were waiting for. A few things he said–like his pledge of a rebirth of the Republican Party–were not backed up by the fact that Mitt Romney (Gerald Ford revisited and just as boring) is the nominee. And, as we all know, he’ll be Vice President if the ticket wins, NOT President, so none of the policies he said he wants to pursue will actually happen. He’ll be busy at awards ceremonies and cutting ribbons. Still, it was a great speech and delivered like he knew what he was talking about–which he did and does–in stark contrast to utterly-out-of-her-league Sarah Palin. That’s what people want in the guy who is a heartbeat away from the Presidency, that he’s competent, knowledgeable, and serious and mature enough to assume that job if needed. And Paul Ryan delivered the message that he is, and that he’s conservative . . . the conservative we should have had AT THE TOP of the ticket.

Paul Ryan & Condi Clueless: A Conservative & a Liberal Speak at Last Night’s GOP Convention. Sadly, Only One of Them Has Mitt Romney’s & the GOP Establishment’s Ear

But we were reminded of the real identity of those who run the Republican Party of today with the dull, boring, cheerless speech given as the warm-up, that delivered by Condoleezza Rice a/k/a Condi Clueless, a closeted, intellectually-cross-dressing Democrat in Republican’s clothing. The speech she gave last night was NOT what rank-and-file Republicans–most of whom have conservative values–needed to hear. It was the same old immigration amnesty pap and inner city education baloney that is the lingua franca of the left.

In her not-so-veiled lecture about the need for amnesty, Condi Clueless went on and on about the virtues of immigrants–that some magical greatness is in their being. But she forgot about many immigrants with other not-so-great qualities. Nineteen of them we met on September 11th. We met several more at Fort Hood, Times Square, and so on and so forth, as they tried–and sometimes, succeeded–to murder more and more Americans.

And then there are the many aliens Condi Clueless also didn’t mention in her verbal multi-orgasms for immigrants, last night: those who commit countless crimes–murders, rapes, drunk driving injuries. Go to Dearbornistan, and you’ll see a city with a large percentage of Muslim immigrants abusing welfare, Medicaid, and food stamps entitlements, while they own successful all-cash restaurants and gas stations and drive around in expensive Mercedes Benzes and BMWs. That’s their American dream. Live the good life and have everyone else subsidize it. But those are the immigrants Condi Clueless didn’t talk about. Immigration is a status. It’s not a virtue, despite what Condi Clueless wants you to believe. Some immigrants are good. Some are bad. And some are very bad and dangerous. We have to secure our borders and get rid of the bad ones–the 20 million who shouldn’t be here. But she didn’t say a thing about that because she doesn’t believe in secure borders or immigration enforcement.

Condi Clueless told us that she can predict the education and, thus, success (or lack thereof) based upon the zip code where the kids live. That’s a common talking point of the left, often used in playing the race card and pumping up the false self-esteem of urban America. But, in fact, in America, you are a victim only of your own creation in response to the cards you are dealt. You can choose to work hard in school and try to learn, as some kids do. Or you can aspire to ghetto hip-hop culture and values and reject the ethics of hard work and achievement. That’s not about zip code. It’s about state of mind. And that state of mind is a function, more than anything, of the kind of parents (usually, that’s only parent–singular–in these communities) and how they raise their children–the values (or lack thereof) they impart to those kids.

It’s also about elected officials chosen by the voters in those areas–school board members who care more about themselves than actual education. Far more money is spent, for example, per public school student in Detroit and neighboring Black suburb, Southfield, than in much wealthier school districts such as Bloomfield Hills and Birmingham. And, yet, the kids from those wealthier schools do better and have a greater likelihood of attending college and grad school. It isn’t about zip code. It’s about the parents who choose to live in those zip codes and, more importantly, impart discipline and work ethics and appreciation for learning to their kids. None of that–all of it conservative philosophy–was spoken along with Condi Clueless’ boilerplate comments about education and zip code (comments we could hear from the mouths of Joe Biden or Barack Obama).

Condi Clueless didn’t mention foreign policy in her speech, last night, despite the fact that this is what she’s known for. And that’s because her foreign policy was a disaster–a disaster that keeps on giving in the form of the Arab Spring that she and George W. Bush pimped on the world and which Obama has continued to pimp. On this, she is even to the left of Obama, claiming the world doesn’t respect America on foreign policy because Obama hasn’t yet taken out Assad (the Assad she endlessly pandered to and hung out with) and installed the Al-Qaeda/Muslim Brotherhood animals who make up the Syrian rebels that Obama is, in fact, supporting. Hmmm . . . why wasn’t that in her speech last night? Maybe because most Republicans–and definitely MOST Americans–oppose this BS and think we should stay out of Syria. Condi Clueless actually said the world is unstable today because we haven’t taken Syria out. Um, here’s a tip Condi Clueless: the world is less stable everywhere today because of the Arab Spring democracy baloney you and George W. Bush pimped for eight years. Condi, herself, was behind the push for “free” elections in Gaza. But that–putting HAMAS in power–didn’t destabilize the Middle East? PUH-LEEZE. Obama is doing the same in his Arab Spring crap, but we expect that from him. We want something different from the Republican Party, like an actual clue that “democracy” in the Muslim world brings despotic Al-Qaeda/HAMAS/Hezbollah radicals to power.

There’s nothing conservative about this chick . . . except that because she’s Black, she could pretend to be a conservative and get endless promotions and lucre as a two-fer minority in the GOP, whereas she’d be a nobody–one of many–in the Democratic Party.

Sadly, Condi Clueless’ views are the establishment views of the Republican Party. They ignore the rank-and-file conservative views as enunciated by Paul Ryan.

Remember, Mitt Romney, the guy at the top of the ticket, is a Condi man. Not a Paul Ryan guy. The official Republican Party positions are hers, NOT his. Sadly, Paul Ryan’s pledged “rebirth” of the Republican Party just isn’t happening.

It’s more like a botched abortion.

Yes, his speech was terrific. But talk is cheap.

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A guy like Paul Ryan should have been nominated at the top of the ticket in the first place! Mitt Happens picked him to throw an ideological bone to conservatives not happy with him but it doesn’t change at all the fact’s he’s a liberal as is the GOP establishment.

I was watching ABC’s convention coverage in prime time last night and Condi Clueless was so boring they gave her only a few minutes of airtime. Mercifully with the trimming of convention coverage to an hour per night, this means the most horrible speakers are never seen by the country.

Tonight is Mitt Happens’ night and this is the only chance he will get to convince the American people he deserves to be the next President of this country. If he shared the values of the man he picked, I’d think he’d be a great choice for the country. The truth of course is we’d have to live with the Mitt Romney we have rather than the Mitt Romney we all we wish that he could be.

Thanks for sharing with us your thoughts about last night’s convention proceedings.

NormanF on August 30, 2012 at 2:36 pm

I prefer to be an optimist.

Alan West for Secretary of State.

If only he was a the top of the ticket …

I_AM_ME on August 30, 2012 at 2:39 pm

I was struck by the flurry of fact-check articles about Ryan’s speech, enumerating the ‘large number of factual errors’ in his speech. This is confirmation that the ‘fact-check’ organizations are expressing opinions more than they are ‘checking facts’. Most of the ‘facts’ that they say Ryan missed are actually opposing opinions, misrepresented as facts.

For instance they said that Ryan was factually wrong in one of his estimates because a Government actuary bureaucrat disagreed with him. Why is the actuary right and Ryan wrong? Really just two opposing opinions.

The biased language of the journalistic recrudescence reminds us that journalism has the status now of other ‘professions’ such as teaching, social work, ‘black studies experts’, ‘women’s studies experts’, and other victimology experts. They are PC advocates in occupations masquerading as professions, and larded with affirmative action.

I thought Ryan’s speech was the best so far, but I really don’t expect the Republicans to repeal Obamacare. Ryan said it, but it was limited to one or two sentences — if they were serious about repeal, he would have explained in detail the defects of the legislation, in the same detail that he used discussing the debt.

After hearing Rice’s speech, and looking at the general level of foreign policy articles, I am becoming convinced that foreign policy ‘experts’ are also descending to a level close to that of the journalists, teachers and social workers.

Little Al on August 30, 2012 at 2:40 pm

    Little Al I also noticed it as well this am when listening to the radio news at the top and bottom of the hour. The Newsreader/Obama-Putin News apparatchik was emphatic about all the so-called “errors”. I rolled my eyes and gritted my gnashers because I knew I was experiencing yellow journalism at it’s most rank and pathetic.

    Skunky on August 30, 2012 at 5:42 pm


Except for this most of the “fact-checking” is simply liberals dismissing someone else’s legitimate opinion as a “mistake.” We know the MSM is in the tank for Obama and they are not going to criticize Biden for anything he might say at their convention as being “off the point.”

You simply cannot trust anything liberal critics say. And while this Administration did inherit the Bush disaster they did nothing to fix it and made things worse. My view is that we shouldn’t try to make things better, we should leave them well enough alone – given time, they will sort themselves out. Free people can better fix their own problems than any government and that’s always been true about America.

NormanF on August 30, 2012 at 2:48 pm


Thank you sincerely for your covering the Republican Convention.

As I listened to Condi last night with your comments about her in my head, I realized that she is a liberal dressed as a classy conservative. She glossed over the support of Muslim revolution, but left off her opinion on the matter. She does not talk about the US Constitution either.

Paul Ryan nailed the Obama administration to the wall.

We will see what Romney does tonight. I encourage him to come out swinging and keep it up until October. It seems to me the need to present himself as a nice guy is a ruse. He needs to be our leader not our frigging friend. The only way to win this against the Obama machine is to take off the gloves.

I do fear ACORN will skew the election.

Panhandle on August 30, 2012 at 2:53 pm

Another question that needs to be asked is why Paul Ryan is willing to be involved with this fiasco campaign in the first place. Dreams of 2016? I don’t see the establishment “coalescing” around him next time.

Sure, his speech was decent – but he’s reading whatever the Romney campaign hands him…especially when he’s on the stump.

Like I said earlier, try to imagine how excited everyone would have been if the convention had kicked Romney to the curb and nominated Ryan or West instead. Sadly, it was not to be.

As for immigration, suppose Romney became a single-issue candidate tonight and made his cause the fight against illegal immigration?

If that dingleberry could just force himself to look into the camera and make a solemn promise to America to deport one half of the illegals by the end of his first term, he would almost certainly win all 50 states. So why isn’t he?

Statusmonkey on August 30, 2012 at 2:53 pm

    That’s it exactly Monkey. Romney will be 70 in 2016. See my comment below and this is a positioning speech and spotlight moment for Ryan who was little known prior to this. Of course this is assuming they win and Obamanation doesn’t throw the election or cause it not to happen with a false flag event. Don’t be surprised.

    Italkit on August 31, 2012 at 2:59 am

And then there are the photographers (sic). For instance, the picture of Ryan in the Wall Street Journal today showed him with bluish-gray blotches on his shirt and tie, looking like a goof. Don’t know how it was doctored up, but they’re really going all out. This campaign is a textbook case of journalistic bias and distortion.

Little Al on August 30, 2012 at 3:02 pm

There’s a big development in Virginia, where ex-Congressman Virgil Goode is running for President on the Constitution Party ticket. Goode on the ballot in many states, where he’ll have zero impact. However, in his home state the story might be different. He’s just submitted his signatures, which the Republicans will try to disallow.

Goode was known for his desire to limit Islamic immigration. He also challenged Ellison on the Koran vs. Bible issue.

It’s likely that Romney would lose Virginia with Goode on the ticket, as he polls in the mid-single digits. If Goode makes it to the Virginia ballot, Romney is going to have to make some deal with him or Obama will be reelected.

adam on August 30, 2012 at 3:10 pm


    If the “deal” with Goode involved Romney dropping out of the race, I’d be all for it. Not likely – looks like the prevailing “conservative” attitude is that it’s Romney or ruin. Out of the millions of potential candidates for the thousands of elective offices in America, this one shining, towering COLOSSUS is the lone man who is indispensable.


    Personally, I can’t wait to vote for Goode – and if Schlussel meant even HALF of the things she writes on this site about immigration, she’d be doing the same thing. But I guess that wouldn’t generate enough traffic to her site.

    Statusmonkey on August 30, 2012 at 5:29 pm

      MonkeyPud, we’re all gonna be cheering on your gleeming “Miss Cleo”-ness when they roll out Bob Dole and his viagra pill as the “special guest” this evo. LOL. We can hardly wait ’til your MonkeyPud exclusive is realized.

      Virgil Goode, Bob Dole (and his little blue pill)…you’re on a roll bro…with extra spicy brown mustard.

      What a pud you are. Next you’ll be shilling for Snuffleupagas. We’ll be givin’ your lame arse the bird and rolling our eyes as we always do. LMAO!

      Skunky on August 30, 2012 at 5:55 pm


        I know you are, but what am I? Funny to hear that the the Snuffleupagus is on your mind. It kind of gives readers a hint about the deep intellectual pursuits you are currently pursuing.

        Tell me, who is this “we” you keep referring to? Do you have a demon or something? Certainly, you can’t be dumb enough to actually think anyone here is in “solidarity” with your potty fixation?

        As for Dole, I retract nothing. He’s the only living Republican of substance who is actually respected by pretty much all Americans. If team Romney DID put a playactor like Eastwood on (and he is NO Ronald Reagan), it’d just show that they’re even dumber than I thought. Will Clint CRY like he did in the Super Bowl ad?

        Dole is still the most likely choice. By far. Out of all the people who post here, it figures that YOU would be the one to accept what an unnamed RNC “source” said on blind faith. BAA-AA-AA-AAA!

        Statusmonkey on August 30, 2012 at 6:58 pm

          Monkeypud, what time are they rolling out Bob Dole? Your very own Monkeypud exclusive. Do tell us now…we’ll be waiting because you’re such a bloody oracle…said no one EVER. LMAO!

          Skunky on August 30, 2012 at 7:22 pm


          What time are they bringing out Dole? Never, apparently.

          I guess Romney’s team is even dumber than anyone suspected. Hell, they might even give YOU a run for your money.

          How dumb are you? This dumb: you celebrate when your own splendid shining Rominee makes a blunder on what should have been an obvious decision for even a marginally competent candidate. You’re just too besotted with Romney juice to even notice the blunder.

          If they’d put on Kim Kardashian instead, you would surely have been thrilled by that “brilliant” coup. You are what people commonly refer to as a “tool.”

          Statusmonkey on August 30, 2012 at 11:41 pm

          Aw Monkeypud. Your dumb “exclusive” went down in flames. What a pity, you dope.

          Don’t be sad. You can put your beloved Bob Dole poster right next to your “Chachi” poster that you still keep over your bed ( and kiss each night) as “Joannie Loves Chachi’s” number one fan!

          LMAO. You’re such a fool it’s so easy to mock you. LOLOL!

          Skunky on August 30, 2012 at 11:58 pm


          Yep, I overestimated Team Romney. Lawsuits in 3… 2…

          I’m sure that nobody has ever underestimated YOU, on the other hand. Can’t go any lower than zero.

          A “Chachi” poster? Wow, you ARE old. If I kiss a “Chachi” poster every night, I don’t even WANT to know what you do to your Mitt Romney poster. It probably involves rubbing your big hairy, smelly beer gut up against it. Romney could be on the MOON, and he’d probably still wince every time you did that. How grody are you? The walls of your bedroom are probably all slimy and look like a pig exploded in there. It didn’t actually explode in the room – it just lives there.

          Statusmonkey on August 31, 2012 at 1:35 am

          Monkeypud, where is Bob Dole gonna be today?

          LOL. You are a pathetic dope. I love exposing what an idiot you are.

          You remind me of Klaus Kinski on the raft with all those screaming monkeys at the end of ‘Aguirre:The Wrath of God”. Only you’re less mental and more stupid. LMAO!

          Skunky on August 31, 2012 at 10:50 am


        I know you are, but what am I? Funny that you should bring up the Snuffleupagus. Kind of gives everyone a hint about the deep intellectual pursuits you are currently working on. To answer your question, he probably would be a better candidate than Romney.

        Tell me, who is this “we” that you keep referring to? Do you have a demon? Certainly, you aren’t dumb enough to think that anyone here is actually in “solidarity” with your potty fixation?

        As for Dole, I retract nothing. He is the only living Republican of any substance who is genuinely respected by just about everyone in America. If Team Romney did put a playactor like Eastwood on instead (and this guy is NO Ronald Reagan), it’d just show that they’re even dumber than anyone thought. Would Clint CRY again like he did in the Super Bowl ad?

        Dole is STILL the most likely speaker. By far. Out of all the people who post on this site, you WOULD be the one to accept what some unnamed RNC “source” says on blind faith. BAA-AA-AAA!

        Statusmonkey on August 30, 2012 at 7:21 pm

I’ll save you all from wondering:

Condi Rice is a traitor worthy of Ahmadinejad’s praise!

Put her in the same catagory as Colin Powell. Sabotaged Bush, sabotaged our efforts against terrorism. She works for the other side. Insiders know.

Chicken and Rice on August 30, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    Hmmm, Ghadaffi gave her emeralds, Achi would have to make it Burmese rubies, at least, to top that.

    Italkit on August 31, 2012 at 3:02 am

“….we should have had AT THE TOP of the ticket.”


DS_ROCKS! on August 30, 2012 at 3:34 pm

I have wondered for a while about how much Clueless Condi’s ideas were influenced by her mentor Josef Korbel. Korbel was certainly a victim of undemocratic societies, being assaulted by both the Nazis and Communists (being forced to flee the Communists of Czechoslovakia after World War II). He probably instilled in her a reverence for democracy, and of course he wasn’t around to witness the travesties and excesses of later years.

Would Korbel have supported the idiocy of the Bushes, Rice, et al? Hard to say. He certainly was a strong anti-Communist, and from reading a couple of his books, I am convinced of his intellectual stature. In his world, it was the democracies vs. the Nazis and the Communists. But inferior minds, such as those of the Bushes, Rice, Lieberman, McCain, etc., will take an idea and inappropriately generalize from it to all situations. The same thing happened when the French Revolution distorted and mangled the democratic advances of the American Revolution.

The mindlessness pertaining to ‘democracy’ has been growing for some time. Bill Clinton slavishly repeated that ‘democracies don’t go to war with each other’, something echoed by liberal political scientists of the 90s. Instead of subjecting that doctrine to critical examination, its sycophants just enlarged on this doctrine, until we got to the excesses of nitwits like Medved, the other talk show hosts and hostesses, and addled politicians, who supported the election of HAMAS, and other terrorists and tyrants.

But Korbel lived under tyranny — he knew firsthand what it was like, and I would like to think that he would not have accepted the current mindlessness.

Little Al on August 30, 2012 at 3:54 pm

There a huge story brewing threatening to throw a shadow over the RNC convention. According to a report in the Daily Rash, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews claims to have a photograph of the Republican racial code book.

Laura on August 30, 2012 at 3:56 pm

Many thanks for your comments. I will use your Condi Clueless as it fits so well. However, now that even “Et tu, Rushio” has joined the chorus in praising the “wimpy moderates convention,” My opportunities will surely decrease. My guess is that she (like Colon the Jamaican) also voted for Barak Hussein in 2008.
Utterly outraged that the GOP RINO brigade was able to push aside the conservatives and Tea Party so thoroughly. Guess those reps should have been demanding and insisting that Wimp Boner be removed every hyour since the cave in on the debt ceiling. Now there are so few speaking up for the US, it apperars the game is over but for the triumphant shouting from the islamsist and reds.

It has not been disgusting enough, tonight another moderate wimp (Jeb Bush) will enlighten us on how to be “moderate” ….

Note how virtually none of the major ills on this nations are being discussed. would FDR offered a speech in 1942 without mentioning the Axis?

GOP = Gullible Ostrich Patsies

Otto Schaden on August 30, 2012 at 4:04 pm

I get so tired of hearing – “it’s the zip code” or some other lameazz excuse. 48228 was mine – public schools all the way. My siblings and I wouldn’t dare to do poorly in school because we would face our parents wrath. But they also made sure we did our homework, understood, and spent time with us going over our lessons, etc.

Like DS says it’s about upbringing and the lack of a family unit is the problem with kids today.

Road Warrior on August 30, 2012 at 4:09 pm

Well when you divide people into groups, and suck up to them, when you suck up to Condi, you get a two for one.

RT on August 30, 2012 at 4:46 pm

Ask Condi who she voted for in 2008. She’ll never come clean that she voted for Obama-Putin. Wow. She’s the Queen of Conservativism./

Many Conservatives who do not delve deep enough to know certain facts are hot to like her because she is supposedly a Black Conservative. She isn’t. That’s the issue and it’s incumbent for those Conservatives to know that.

Skunky on August 30, 2012 at 5:26 pm

“That’s not about zip code. It’s about state of mind.”.
There are so many kids in middle class and well-to-do areas that subscribe to the hipity hop culture.

As for Allen West as Sec of State,….???? The State Dept needs to be DISMEMBERED AND REBUILT FROM THE GROUND UP.
West for Sec of Defense please…but I’m not holding my breath…

Not Ovenready on August 30, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    “As for Allen West as Sec of State,….???? The State Dept needs to be DISMEMBERED AND REBUILT FROM THE GROUND UP.
    West for Sec of Defense please…but I’m not holding my breath…”

    Amen, Not Ovenready.

    JeffE on August 30, 2012 at 10:53 pm

American voters are hungry for someone to tell it like it really is and p.c. be damned. The GOP establishment does not get it and at the first signs of trouble they have no problem throwing a Repubican candidate under the bus. True conservatives are not respected. We are told to just suck it up,and vote for their guy because this country can’t have another 4 years of Obama. If Mitt is elected, judging his track record, we will have 4 years of Obama light. It is Ryan who is the true conservative and he should be at the top of the ticket.

Diane S. on August 30, 2012 at 5:47 pm

Debbie, I’m not a Republican nor a conservative, but I am a former Toastmasters participant. Because of that, I have to give Paul Ryan credit for a great speech last night. He sounded sincere, knowledgable, and passionate, and his line saying, “College graduates should not have to live out their 20’s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters and wondering when they can move out and get going with life!” was a classic!

Looks like I don’t share your views on Dr. Condi Rice. I think she’s an exceptional and talented woman. She’s been able to parlay her education, her Blackness, and her faux conservatism into presidential administration positions, international prestige, six-figure book deals, and lucrative speaking engagements. She may be fake as a $3 bill, but she definitely ain’t clueless!

D.O'Nay on August 30, 2012 at 7:04 pm

    D’ O’Nay, it is disturbing to me that you get so distracted by the skin colour (black) and you just don’t delve deeper into the substance. Maybe not everyone sees it (including you) but I sure do and it’s unfortunate.

    Again, you are not judging CC by what she really is but her media image. Does all that crap amount to a hill of beans if she is a fraud and clueless?

    You said…”She’s been able to parlay her education, her Blackness, and her faux conservatism into presidential administration positions, international prestige, six-figure book deals, and lucrative speaking engagements. She may be fake as a $3 bill, but she definitely ain’t clueless!”

    You could take most of your praise there and say the same about Bill Clinton. I don’t care WHAT the eff he is or that he was a “Rhodes Scholar”, those who know the FACTS judge him by his sleazy lack of character, his devious ways and narcissistic self-focusedness. And the shame he brought into his administration and the Office of the Presidency.

    You’re taking bona-fide facts and pushing them aside for the shiny object. THAT is why you are not a Republican or Conservative. You’re shackled by it too.

    Skunky on August 30, 2012 at 7:37 pm

Uh……Its right there folks

Wow. on August 30, 2012 at 8:21 pm

Did you know that some of Obama’s plans for America if he is re-elected have been detailed in a new book? One such plan is of utmost importance to not only Obama but all Leftists — immigration as a means of guaranteeing a permanent Leftist controlled government. James Kirkpatrick talks about this book detailing Obama’s plans which will change the destiny and people of the USA forever…

“… Klein and Elliott seem to understand what many Conservatism Inc. operatives do not: that mass immigration, if not stopped, guarantees a permanent Leftist majority . They quote Eliseo Medina, the SEIU’s international secretary treasurer and member of Obama’s transition team on immigration:

‘We reform the immigration laws, it puts 12 million people on the path to citizenship and eventually voters… we will be creating a governing coalition for the long term, not just for an election cycle. [Obama adviser: Amnesty to ensure ‘progressive’ rule, by Aaron Klein, February 2, 2010]'”

“Klein and Elliott also reveal a plan by the progressive think tank Demos to turn the United States Citizenship and Immigrant Services (USCIS) into a full voter registration agency. This would instantly transform ‘new Americans’ into new voters—showing Democrats know exactly what they are doing in their long term plan to elect a new people.”

A must read here…

lookaroundu on August 30, 2012 at 10:34 pm

    Look at France the model for progressives. We are only a few election cycles away. If it weren’t for the Electoral college we would be there now. Thank G_d we don’t have a Parlimentary government. In France, immigrant voters (muslin) were the margin. BHO is working hard to use democracy to facilitate the one election from which the Libs achieve a perminant leftist government. Massive immigration and government policies that put as many voters as possible on the dole (< 50% of voters pay into the tax system) is all that is left to make the USA another Venesuela. I'll vote for Romney, certainly not the best candidate, but he is nowhere near as hideous as BHO.

    Jimbo on August 31, 2012 at 7:33 am

This doesn’t replace what Debbie said — it adds to it.

lookaroundu on August 30, 2012 at 10:38 pm

Yesterday Debbie posted what I refer to as “Ann Romney is a moron–Part I” (Her war on men)

This is “Ann Romney is a moron–Part II”

“Ann Romney ‘pushed Mitt’ to consider Condoleezza Rice as Vice-Presidential running mate”

JeffE on August 30, 2012 at 10:39 pm

“And Paul Ryan delivered the message that he is, and that he’s conservative . . . the conservative we should have had AT THE TOP of the ticket.”

As DS_ROCKS! said above, “Exactly.”

JeffE on August 30, 2012 at 10:51 pm

Counting on Debbie to educate me tomorrow on Romney’s speech. I’m watching it right now and I can’t take anymore. It’s that painful.

CornCoLeo on August 30, 2012 at 10:55 pm

“…lucre as a two-fer…” ROFLMAO

While she plays euchre

CornCoLeo on August 30, 2012 at 11:03 pm

Debbie, it’s all political babble as you proved in your later post about them endorsing the “Arab Spring.” Anyone can write a good speech and as you point out, he’ll only be the VP if they win so his “policy” is irrelevant until at least 2016 where, again, if they win this one, Mittens will probably say he’s not running because he’ll be 70 already and he is endorsing his ‘very capable and young” VeeP to be the candidate.

Italkit on August 31, 2012 at 2:52 am

It amazes me that they even had Condoleezza Rice speak at the Republican National Convention. She was a dud as Secretary of State, and was not any better in her previous position as National Security Advisor. Condoleezza Rice’s stance on various issues puts her to the left of most Republican voters. In short, the woman is the face of Republican drift and failure. The Republicans keep trying to appeal to people who have no interest in it, while taking for granted their base. If I wanted canned homilies on how wonderful illegal aliens are, I would go to a La Raza website. If someone crosses the border illegally(with drug cartel help), steals a Social Security number, engages in credit card fraud, as well as other illicit activities, why should I consider such a person to be good? Why do their kids deserve a Dream Act? We even have illegal aliens completing law school and demanding admission to the bar. Europe, as off the wall as it is, does not have this level of open entry and encouragement. If Grover Norquist’s(Closet Islamo Dude)tax pledge is all that the Republican Party stands for now, it is shriveled fruit indeed.

Worry01 on August 31, 2012 at 8:41 am

DS The Secretary of Fact Checking.

Yikes, Truth in Government? Is that really necessary? After all, what’s so important about the truth? So many have succeeded in spite of it.

bobguzzardi on August 31, 2012 at 9:23 am

I hope the libs don’t get a look at the one picture of Ryan in which he appears to be giving the Nazi salute. That could be used as some bad propaganda.

Joel-Confederate Son on August 31, 2012 at 11:03 am

Yeap once again Debbie Clueless is at it again. How is this for the Middle East Platform. Well we didn’t like what Obama did in the Arab Spring, so as soon as he is out we will blow them up and not worry about it. And again yes you are right we have 20 million illegal Hispanics, and I have been involved with Hispanics all my life, and they are the fastest growing demographic, so the easiest way to have a permanent Democratic party is to alienate all the Hispanics, and then you can still rant and rave, but with a Democrat party that we will never get rid of, but it sounds like that you would rather have that than any kind of compromise. You will be as they say, “a voice crying in the wilderness”


Mark D on August 31, 2012 at 12:22 pm

What does “YEAP” mean? What makes you think that American citizens who are of Hispanic heritage are not tired of the illegals? I have lived in Texas all my life, and we do have a few Hispanics here. The legitimate citizens who are Hispanic, are not pleased with the illegals. My father, uncle, and aunt were born in Mexico, so I have also been involved with Hispanics all my life. Are you promoting giving the vote to illegals?

Joel-Confederate Son on August 31, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    No – that would be disastrous. What I do know is conservativesb have to tone down the rhetoric. My wife is from Nicaragua, and many who came here illegally including my wife are tired of all the illegals, but then there is a good portion like my brother who is married to.mexican and whose wife has many brothers and sisters who are illegal. I like Newts idea in allowing those who are here to stay but not given the right to vote or other benefits. It would be like a resident card if they have been here for awhile and no right to citizenship. If they are not working, they go home.

    Mark D on August 31, 2012 at 3:55 pm

      That sounds more sensible to me. If we can make that work. That means the United States MUST seal the Border. Texas has been doing what it can, including investing in heavily armed patrol boats in the Rio Grande. However, there are areas of that river that is too shallow for boats to operate effectively. That means to me that the Feds have to step up their work in sealing the Border completely. That’s just in Texas. New Mexico, California, et al, must do their part.

      Joel-Confederate Son on August 31, 2012 at 5:48 pm

      So Marky married an illegan, and we’re supposed to care about his opinion?

      skzion on September 1, 2012 at 1:20 am

Rice’s speech was similar to Jeb Bush’s speech – all about allowing illegals to get away with their crimes. Most true Republicans just think “give me a break” and roll their eyes. We know the difference between tea party conservatives =real conservatives, and the RHINO establishment Republicans. We know that the moderate Repubs, unfortunately, make up a significant portion of the party. Let’s just hope that Romney’s too-soft personality (except when it came to acknowledging the murdered Israeli Olympians) won’t give in to the illegals. But, if we make sure that we load up the Senate and House with tea party repubs, we should be o.k.

Dina K on August 31, 2012 at 3:04 pm

I finally watched that speech on YT. While it was a good speech, considering what the GOP is today where a candidate like Ryan has no chance on winning the nomination on his own, it just sounded like empty rhetoric.

One thing I noticed – while he didn’t say it directly, when he alluded to foreign policy and stated that ‘the US would stand on the side of those who want freedom’, I daresay it revealed its hand. I mean, it’s a very vague statement that sounds good, but does it imply that the US would stand up for, say, Christians in Egypt or Iraq or Indonesia, Zoroastrians in Iran, Hindus in Bangladesh etc when they say that they don’t want to be persecuted by Muslims? Or does it mean what Obama, McCain, Hannity & all have been meaning – that the US would support Muslims in their country – a majority of whom support intolerant Islamic parties – in toppling secular regimes and becoming bastions of intolerance? B’cos under the Bush-Sharansky model, this is what ‘freedom’ now means in Muslim countries.

At any rate, the only reason to support this ticket is to deny Obama 4 more years, where there would be no constraints on him about getting re-elected, and the US would become even more pro Islamic w/o any second thoughts, regardless of who it makes its enemies.

Infidel on September 2, 2012 at 6:58 am

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