Most people declared Gov. Romney the winner over Pres. Obama in the very first presidential debate of this campaign at Denver CO. Both had good points but Obama seemed to be off his game. He repeatedly accused Romney of a 5 trillion-dollar tax cut on the wealthy along with other false accusations and Romney corrected him each time. Finally Romney had enough and he told the president “As president you are entitled to your own home, your own plane but not your own facts.”
September 11, 2012. Last Tuesday, angry mobs stormed the U. S. Embassy in Cairo and the U. S. Consulate in Benghazi, brutally murdering four U. S. diplomats including our Ambassador to Libya, Jay Christopher Stevens. They also breached our walls and took down the American Flag and ridiculed it, then raised some Al-Qaeda flag. This was a direct attack on sovereign U. S. soil.
On Friday, in order to gain Hispanic votes for the upcoming November election, President Obama announced that he would be relaxing deportation rules for young illegals brought here by their parents, allowing them to stay in the country and work – potentially causing 800,000 illegal immigrants in the next two years to stay in the country without deportation. This has sparked a heavy debate among Republicans in Congress and was embraced by Hispanics nationwide.
This past week has been a rough one for the Obama campaign, probably the worst week ever for him. First we had doubts about the direction of the economy, with the stock market heading downhill. Then came the results of the hotly-contested Wisconsin recall election, which came out in favor of Scott Walker. Finally, Mitt Romney jumped on Obama’s recent gaffe about the economy, where he said that “the private sector is doing just fine.”
Under intense security and the cover of night, President Barack Obama slipped into the country Afghanistan on Tuesday to sign an agreement cementing a U.S. commitment to the nation after the long and unpopular war comes to an end.