Saturday, September 29, 2012

President Obama is a failed president

Mitt Romney Goal should seal the deal for every voter:  His Goal:  FREEDOM!

Anchor and Managing Editor, CBS Evening News Scott Pelley; Correspondent, 60 Minutes interview with Mitt Romney.

SCOTT PELLEY : Presidencies are remembered for big ideas, emancipation, Social Security, man on the moon. What's your big idea?

ROMNEY: Freedom. I want to restore the kind of freedom that has always driven America's economy.  And that's allowed us to be the shining city on the hill.  The kind of freedom that has brought people here from all over the world.  I want people to come here, legally to want to be here.  I want the best and brightest to say America's the place of opportunity because of the freedom there to pursue your dreams.  So my message is restore the kind of freedom that allows America to lead the world.
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President Obama is a failed president

When the Dreaming Stopped
Obama voters are not happy people.
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
“The president has not disappointed you because he wanted to,” Mitt Romney continued in his convention address. “The president has disappointed America because he hasn’t led America in the right direction. He took office without the basic qualification that most Americans have, and one that was essential to the task at hand. He had almost no experience working in a business. Jobs to him are about government.”

“When it comes to strengthening the middle class and enabling upward mobility,” Romney has subsequently said, “President Obama’s policies have failed.”

Americans have stopped dreaming

(…They are voters who realize that a lack of “due diligence” going on the internet and looking at the radical background of what fair share and spread the wealth around truly means elected Obama; and now the “euphoria” has stopped.)

Rather than promising “to heal the planet,” Mitt Romney said at the Tampa convention, “my promise is to help you and your family.” And he provided an important philosophical background: “All the laws and legislation in the world will never heal this world like the loving hearts and arms of mothers and fathers. If every child could drift to sleep feeling wrapped in the love of their family — and God’s love — this world would be a far more gentle and better place.”

That’s reality. To help create an environment where families can flourish — this is at the heart of public service. This is what a president and a Congress can help with.

‘I expect to be judged by results. . . .  If stuff hasn’t worked and people don’t feel like I’ve led the country in the right direction, then you’ll have a new president,” said Obama.

Barack Obama may regret having said that at a stimulus pep rally in 2009.

“The party’s over, the smoke has cleared,” says Gerald from Iowa. Gerald, by the way, has “voted Democrat” his “entire life.”

“I’m a lifelong Democrat,” says Dorrie from Pennsylvania.

“My dad was a Democrat. My mother was a Democrat. I’ve converted my wife to a Democrat,” says Jack from Iowa.

“I voted for the wrong guy,” says Nancy, a Democrat from Ohio.

“As he would say, we’re ready for a change,” says Matthew, an independent from Virginia.

 After hearing from 40 independents and Democrats from swing states, the new documentary The Hope and the Change ends with this question: “Can we go through another four years of this?” What would America look like after another four years of squandered opportunities for economic stewardship, and of leadership priorities driven by radical ideology contrary to the much-celebrated unifying tone Barack Obama rode into office on?

It’s a tragic story. A story of people who pinned their hopes and dreams on political rhetoric and have been left not just disappointed but despondent.

“If you felt that excitement when you voted for Barack Obama, shouldn’t you feel that way now when he’s President Obama?” is how Mitt Romney introduced the case for himself at the Republican convention. “You know there’s something wrong with the kind of job he’s done as president when the best feeling you had was the day you voted for him.”

I don’t know how many Democrats and independents who voted for Barack Obama were watching, but Romney was looking to make his case to them, to people who have come to the conclusion that President Obama is a failed president, and who have come to that conclusion “more in sorrow than in anger,” as Stephen K. Bannon, director of The Hope and the Change, puts it.

Kathryn Jean Lopez is editor-at-large of National Review Online.  Read full story at:

We are excited to announce that the highly acclaimed new documentary “The Hope and The Change” will be broadcast on cable and broadcast tv networks – an historic first for any political documentary. “The Hope and The Change” is set to air dozens of times, reaching over 130 million cumulative households, through November 6th.

TV Schedule for film
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Sun 10/14 - 2pm
Wed 10/17 - 8pm
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Sat 10/20- 9am
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Sat 10/27 - 6am and 1pm
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Lesea Broadcasting
Lesea Broadcasting will also run “The Hope and The Change” on each of their 6 broadcast stations (all times local):
WHME – (South Bend, IN)
Fri 10/5 - 7:30 am
Sun 10/21 - 1pm
Thu 10/25 - 8pm
Sun 11/4 - 7:30pm
WHMB (Indianapolis, IN)
Tue 10/2 - 9pm
Wed 10/17 - 8am
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Sun 11/4 - 10:30pm
WHNO (New Orleans, LA)
Sat 10/6 - 11am
Sun 10/14 - 11am
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KWHB (Tulsa, OK)
Fri 10/5 - 10:30am
Sat 10/20 - 8:30pm
Thu 10/25 - 11pm
Sun 11/4 - 11am
KWHS (Colorado Springs, CO)
Wed 10/3 - 8am
Fri 10/19 - 8pm
Sat 10/27 - 3pm
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Sat 10/6 - 4pm
Sun 10/21 - 3:30pm
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Thu 11/1 - Noon

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