A group of retired Special Ops veterans have banded together to defeat Barack Obama. In this video you’ll see a bunch of old, weathered men. Trust me on this, I know some personally and others by reputation, they are the real deal. Some go back to the attempt to rescue American POWs in Vietnam (the Son Tay raid). Others were at Desert One, the ill-fated attempt to rescue American hostages in Iran. They are some of the founders and plankholders of the Special Ops community:

They are genuinely alarmed by the Obama Administration’s failure of leadership.

The anger in the SpecOps community over Obama’s failure to respond in force and act decisively in Libya is at a boiling point. Obama has awakened a sleeping beast.

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Larry C. Johnson is a former analyst at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, who moved subsequently in 1989 to the U.S. Department of State, where he served four years as the deputy director for transportation security, antiterrorism assistance training, and special operations in the State Department's Office of Counterterrorism. He left government service in October 1993 and set up a consulting business. He currently is the co-owner and CEO of BERG Associates, LLC (Business Exposure Reduction Group) and is an expert in the fields of terrorism, aviation security, and crisis and risk management, and money laundering investigations. Johnson is the founder and main author of No Quarter, a weblog that addresses issues of terrorism and intelligence and politics. NoQuarterUSA was nominated as Best Political Blog of 2008.
  • drpete

    With all due respect, isn’t it impossible for anyone without the clearance and need to know to assess the President/SECDEF’s judgment as it pertains to the wisdom of sending forces into Benghazi to rescue 4 people who may or may not have been rescuable? I have the utmost respect for the founders of SOS, but there’s no way they have access to the information they need to judge the soundness of the decision not to intervene. They just don’t like Obama.

  • Popsmoke

    interesting takes….


    The bad side of this incident is that its becoming so politized that the entire event is taking on a swift boat aura watering down a very serious flaw in our ME policy…

  • Popsmoke
    • Hokma

      Fully agree. I never liked that ridiculous term War On Terror (which could include my mother-in-law).

      This is a war or conflict between modern western culture against various radical fundamentalist Islam groups and not just Al Qaeda – and it has been going on for a lot longer than 2001.

  • MsContrary

    Spreading this one around to all my frequently visited blogs and social networks and to those I correspond with via email who aren’t on social networks. Here goes: I AM FIRING OBAMA.


    I keep thinking about when he made the speech where he said he would stand with the muslims. Well in Benghzai he did. How many more times will he stand with the muslims while Americans get killed.

    He should step down now he is a disgrace to the office

  • TeakWoodKite

    from October 9th…

    Turkey’s Yurt Newspaper is reporting that the mortar used in a deadly bombing of a Turkish border town was specific to NATO and given to Syrian rebels by Turkey, according to RT.


    Just like the Fast and Furious guns tracking deep in to Central America….These weapons are killing the citizens of those country’s involved in supplying them.

    • HObama HObamanana

      I’m not sure why, but your link isn’t working. But what you report seems to imply that the rebels we are organizing and arming are the very ones that attacked Turkey, attempting to make the conflict more widespread and to trigger the NATO defense clause, thus overtly directly involving us in another war.

      • TeakWoodKite

        I fixed it. Thanks. :)
        I am looking back a few months on “unrelated” arms stories. These shipments would not have left Libya without the current peeps in the hood getting money for those arms. For darn sure that load of weapons didn’t get loaded with “us” not knowing about it if the UK is leaking to the Times of London…

  • Karmo

    Im not sure what the big deal is. Me and my brothers have been in firefights were help never came and it never made the news and a lot of brave SOF operators died. My SEAL brothers were contractors making big $$$ and knew the risk. We all know the risk we take.
    You guys actually think Romney would have done better? These two *$^^s have never served in the military and have never been engaged in combat. That’s part of the problem.

    When all we can do is come up with candidates like the ones we have we have problems. Don’t forget what our fellow Republicans done to our party. The GOP has gone from being a political party of ideas into having become a cult and gathering place for bigots, hate-mongers, religious zealots and the deranged. When your party is represented by individuals like Rob Morris, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann, Marco Rubio and these people have gone from being the exception to having become the norm, you have a serious problem on your hands. When a party discriminates then we have issues and I mean discrimination based on choices not race or ethenicity. That’s a whloe diffrent subject. Republicans have allowed crazy to go mainstream in their party and there will be a political price to pay. The democrats fucked up and fell asleep at the wheel when they could have done a lot of good, but they did not.

    Did we forget the money we spent on 9/11 for DHS, DIA and DoD and don’t forget Katrina we spent 1 trillion per year and then came Iraq. The fact is Bush was a Progressive Republican as much as Obama is a Progressive Democrat. Both groups are big spenders. Romney and Ryan don’t look to good either.So add a Progressive Republican with a pack of wild spending Democrats in the House and Senate and it’s just trouble. I could have made it short and simple by stating “We are all screwed regardless”

    • elijahzabmom

      Thank you for your service.
      Bush isn’t running.
      The Republican base was critical of Bush DURING his 8 year term.
      Obama has never served in the military either.
      The 2012 election is Romney v. Obama or third party.

      • TeakWoodKite

        Karmo, thanks for your service.

        Being screwed is nothing new. What is criminal is that BO refused to pull the trigger. Help was there But Obama was not. Empty chair.

  • Eyes Wide Open

    Here it comes, just like some of us thought. The real reason for them pushing that stupid video is this.

    Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, seen here in August 2012,
    demanded a UN resolution condemning insults on monotheistic religions after a
    low-budget film produced in the US
    sparked deadly protests last month.


  • Eyes Wide Open

    Slightly off topic but maybe not. Not to be overly dramatic but I wonder if there is a coup in progress. the below articles are alarming to me.

    Obama Administration Replaces Top Generals Following Benghazi Disaster

    President Barack Obama will nominate Army Gen. David Rodriguez to succeed Gen. Carter Ham as commander of U.S. Africa Command and Marine Lt. Gen. John Paxton to succeed Gen. Joseph Dunford as assistant commandant of the Marine Corps, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced Thursday.


    Navy Replaces Admiral Leading Mideast Strike Group Because of Ongoing Investigation


    • MJP

      It is alarming. In another thread, it was mentioned that Ham had wanted to send help on Sept 11 to Libya, but was told to “stand down.” He tried to send help anyway, but was relieved of command after 30 minutes by Rodriguez on Obama’s orders.

      • Eyes Wide Open

        It is alarming. I always thought at least we have the military if things went south here but it appears that they are now being targeted.

      • TeakWoodKite

        Ham was set to retire before understand before excepting this gig. That’s what I read when he was appointed. According to the LTC who call was posted, Ham was the local commander in charge of executing a standing order.
        If that is true, the case against Obama very strong for being relieved via the 25th.

  • HARP2

    True Words.

    • TeakWoodKite


  • KataKimbe
  • HObama HObamanana

    The innocence of Obama is intertwined with the innocence of Muslims. If Muslims are innocent of terror, then so is the foreign policy that has empowered them. But if Muslims are guilty of terror then the politicians who have pandered to them are guilty of enabling it at the least. If Muslims are innocent of terror, then Obama is innocent of complicity in their terror. But if Muslim terror is a true thing, then the man who helped them unleash it by toppling stable governments and replacing them with Islamist movements and militias shares in their guilt.

    For much more click the link.

    • TeakWoodKite

      A known known.

  • Hokma

    I understand this morning that out of the WH Obama did authorize assets to protect the workers in Libya. So if he authorized it then whom did not follow orders – or – is this the final lie by Obama in his cover up.

    I am reminded by the climactic scene in the movie A Few Good Men when Kaffee boxes in Jessup in his cover up:

    Col. Jessep: “We follow orders, son. We follow orders or people die . It’s that simple . Are we clear?”

    Kaffee: “If you gave an order that Private Santiago wasn’t to be touched, and your orders are always followed, then why would Private Santiago be in danger? Why would it be necessary to transfer him off the base?”

    Only Chris Wallace and FoxNews are asking the questions that need to be asked while the rest of the media are criminally avoiding this issue.

    Also fitting is what follows in the movie:

    Col. Jessep: You want answers?
    Kaffee: I think I’m entitled.
    Col. Jessep: You want answers?
    Kaffee: I want the truth.
    Col. Jessep: You can’t handle the truth.

    Yes, we want answers NOW and we can handle the truth. Unfortunately Obama cannot not.

    • TeakWoodKite

      And out of which orifice is this lie being uttered?

    • http://www.projectweavers.com/ Matthew J. Weaver

      Authorized how and with what strings attached?

    • HObama HObamanana

      I may be wrong, and I almost hope that I am, but my impression of what Obama said is that he ordered the protection of our Embassies and Consulates after it became apparent that the Libyan Consulate was under attack. That is consistent with previous statements. He did not come right out and say that he ordered that help come to those under attack even though it gives the suggestion that he did so. It’s like lying by omission of reference.

      • akaPatience

        That’s how I took it too.

  • http://www.asamom.org/ Proud Nana ~Conservative4USA

    Awesome, I have the greatest respect for these men and all our brave military past and present !

  • Hokma

    Chris Wallace pretty much interrogated Sen. Warner (D) of Virginia and Sen. Udall (D) of Colorado over whether the drone hovering over the battle scene in Benghazi was armed or not armed. Neither would provide an answer and sought protection of some kind of on-going investigation and the secrecy of their Senate committee.

    If that drone was armed and Obama refused to allow an order to use it, then he should not even be allowed to resign – he should be arrested for criminal negligence.

    It is amazing that because of FoxNews, how quickly the initial story/cover up by Obama has unraveled and how they do not even pretend that it was a serious scenario.

    Gallup has shown the biggest 3 day drop of any president’s favorability rating in its history with a drop of 7 pts by Obama.

    I believe that there is an outrage in this country that is greater than even 2010 and is being ignored by the media and by pollsters. While there is dissatisfaction over the economy, I think there is growing outrage over Obama personally – his old hearted and cavaliere attitude and now this Benghazi scandal and how he tried to con Americans while allowing Americans to die.

    • HObama HObamanana

      They certainly aren’t going to admit that we have an armed drone flying over a country we helped to liberate with a democratically elected government in place. But the fact that they didn’t answer the question and attempted to hide behind “national security” tells me that at least one of the drones was armed.

      It’s said that the eyes are windows to the soul. I looked into Stephanie Cutter’s eyes this morning on ABC as she went on and on about Obama. There was no passion there. There was no truth. Merely talking points spewed in rapid fire precision. If anything was evident from her eyes it is that she doesn’t believe a single word she is saying and that she is in panic mode because she knows they are losing and are going to lose.

      Will President Romney demand that we are given the truth? And will he deliver?

      • TeakWoodKite

        “Homeland Security” is flying drone over this country with regard.

    • DianaLC

      Time to write my Senator–Mark Udall.

    • http://twitter.com/jbjdjbjd jbjd

      Wanna see real animus? How about a 2008 Obama voter like Michael Goodwin, who has ‘seen the light’?

      “Each time I mention that I voted for Barack Obama in 2008, I get a blast from some who didn’t. “How could you be so dumb?” is a typical response to my confession.

      It is certainly a confession — of error. Obama fooled me once, but not twice. I’m voting for Mitt Romney Nov. 6th.”

      “He failed as president because he is incompetent, dishonest and not interested in the actual work of governing. His statist policies helped consign millions of Americans to a lower standard of living and his odious class warfare further divided the nation. He had no intention of uniting the country — it was his Big Lie.

      I don’t hate him. But I sure as hell don’t trust him.”

      Why I’m voting for Romney

    • TeakWoodKite

      The report that the Mortar crew was lazed means that a C130 or hellfire missle or ? had acquired the guidance to the target. Why bother if you do not expect it being useful?
      That is the bottomline.

    • Retired_from_SPOnaj

      The look on the Senators’ faces when Wallace asked if the drones were armed said as much as their silence. The men on the ground were designating targets, one of which ultimately killed them, and the drones didn’t fire. You don’t laser designate a target until you have synched with a weapons platform, otherwise, what’s the point? There was something or somebody up there that could shoot, and if it/they would’ve shot, we might’ve lost two fewer lives in Behghazi. We have the right to know who gave the order not to shoot.

      • Hokma

        I don’t know Tony Schaefer’s credibility but he claims on Fox that his sources said that Obama was in the situation room the entire time. So if orders were to not go in, Obama would have been the one providing that.

        What is equally disturbing are the sudden naval commander replacements in that region and the fact that were in active deployment.

        Could this have been because one or both of them sought to ignore orders by trying to deploy assets?

        Just how far would Obama go as President to protect his image for re-election?

        • HObama HObamanana

          Once Obama was informed, wouldn’t he have the responsibility to be in the situation room? And if he wasn’t, what would that say about his abilities as a C-I-C?

      • HObama HObamanana

        The look on Senator Warner’s face as Wallace asked Udall the question and all during his response until the minute Warner was asked directly was priceless. You could tell he would rather be shoveling shit somewhere and that Obama screwed up big time.

        We don’t just have the right to know who gave the order not to shoot, the current government has the responsibility to inform us. Didn’t Obama promise that he would have the most transparent government evah?

  • JohnnyTwoDog

    Tremendous respect for these guys, and the message is clear, strong and neccessary.

    The message would be much more effective with a visual of these retired SpecOps as soldiers, young men highly trained, motivated and capable.

    The video background could be a lightened action video or still of these guys in their prime, and above their name blocks a photo of them in uniform or in action.

    This video may make them come off as cranky old Tea Party members. I am in no way being critical of these men or their message, just the delivery.

    • JohnnyTwoDog

      Maybe a still photo of them as young men that fades into them delivering this message now. Similar to the fade at the end of Private Ryan.
      The video would be better with a stronger visual impression of who these men really are, and what they did with their lives.

      • Daniele Dubroca

        I tend to agree with you.

    • DianaLC

      I have to disagree. I have no prejudice against cranky old men, and I am willing to bet that many, many, many Americans in the less populated and more rural areas of our country don’t either. Out here where I live and where I grew up, the men had to grow up a bit cranky. I think of my dad getting up at 4:00 to go out in the deepest winter to make sure the cattle could get water and food. It does make a person cranky.
      And these guys had harder jobs to do, so they deserve to be cranky. I like that they did this with little flash and Hollywood style. They looked us in the eye, something O could never do. I’m sending this on to my brother-in-law, an old West Point grad who is retired military and who has no love whatsoever for Obama.

    • HObama HObamanana

      What would be effective would be for these guys to team up with Special Operations OPSEC.

  • MG6

    From the beginning this administration of Obama has deceitful and disingenuous….remember:


  • getfitnow

    I don’t know if this is true, but saw this comment. Does anyone know?

    Has it been mentioned here yet that the two SEAL’s on the roof managed
    to kill 60 of the attackers. 60. And to think what could have been
    accomplished with a little help for those two lost souls

  • HObama HObamanana

    The reports coming from Jennifer Griffin and now the AP point to people on the ground directly involved in what was occurring there as the sources for these explosive revelations that expose the incompetence and malfeasance of the Obama Administration.

    Yes, a sleeping beast has been awakened. And thank goodness that there exist those that put country before a traitorous, spineless President that aids and abets our enemies.

  • Dave L.

    If Obama , was capable of producing testerone, had any spine or balls he would resign now and take his entire administration with him.

  • Pendog

    You get the feeling that the ‘Palace Guard Media’ is a bit panicky that they may be forced to acknowledge that this is a full-blown scandal BEFORE the election.

    • HObama HObamanana

      Yes, and I’m wondering what the next shoe to drop will be. I’ve got a feeling it’s going to sound like the Imelda Marcos collection before the week is out.

  • KenoshaMarge

    Leaves people with a choice, who ya gonna believe, people who have always had our back or some lying pols? I know who I believe!
    And our dysfunctional, corrupt and biased media? MIA as usual

    • HObama HObamanana

      Thanks Marge, I really needed a chuckle this morning.

      • KenoshaMarge

        So did I and this cartoon provided it. Happy to share.

  • KataKimbe

    I have never seen Pat Caddell this mad EVER… Democrat Pat Caddell’s comments begin about 1:15. Powerful. http://youtu.be/Bsz5iZX9Db4

    • Hokma

      Saw that and he was very angry.

      I believe that anger is with more and more voters who have to be questioning Obama’s credibility as CiC and are questioning his premise that Al Qaeda is on the run.

      • KataKimbe

        I hope so. I personally fear that people are not clued in because it is not covered in general.

    • DianaLC

      Thanks for the link. I knew Caddell would be outraged simply because of his excellent speech recently about the media and its failure to do what it should do in a democracy.

      OT–I was happy that Caddell brough up McGovern. I also admired McGovern for his great character. I know the people on this blog who have always been on the right may not have fond memories of him, but if you examine McGovern’s personal life, he was a good man, unlike his opponent. His ideas were a bit far-out (remember that term? If you’re an ex-hippie, you’ll know it can be taken two ways), but I liked that man very much, and he should be remembered in the media more than he is right now.
      As I age, I am beginning to realize that I don’t care so much about ideology or issues. I want someone with good character in the WH.

      • KataKimbe

        You may not have known this about him… I agree he was a good honest man. “George McGovern: the old lefty’s real legacy is his post-senate biz experience–made him re-think the Welfare State!” http://tinyurl.com/9v3e5ud

    • TeakWoodKite


  • KataKimbe
    • Hokma

      Saw that and it was an excellent segment.

      Obama truly has a lot to answer for and NOW – not after the election.

  • Sally Vaci

    This is magnificent. I am so proud of these men and so grateful they are willing to speak out, loudly and boldly. Once again, they have our backs. May all who have the eyes to see and the ears to hear, pay attention to these fine “weathered old men!” My kind of people.

    I’ve had the honor of meeting Larry Bailey. He is a force of nature and I do not expect him to slow down the slightest bit until the moment he exits the planet.

    I’ve donated once and plan to do so again. Larry, you keep some excellent company and I thank you too for all that you are doing to bring light and truth, and to protect and serve.

  • MG6
  • http://lesstalkmoreactivism.blogspot.com/ Canaan

    I’m bugged by this “Monday morning quarterbacking” snipe from Panetta. Monday morning quarterbacking only happens when you lose. Nobody questions Eli Manning, they question Tom Brady because he lost. So I hear the Secretary of Defense glibly saying the U.S. lost to Al Qaida on 9/11/12.

    When a football team loses, they look at the film to see what they did wrong. But a 2-12 underdog could lose to a 12-2 champion without doing anything wrong. Panetta says he lost but he didn’t do anything wrong. What does that mean? Why is the Secretary of Defense talking like some complacent loser underdog?

    I can’t imagine any of the men in this video talking like Panetta. What has Obama done to this country?

    • http://www.projectweavers.com/ Matthew J. Weaver

      Yes, and his next step should be to resign.

      • HObama HObamanana

        Well that ain’t gonna happen. We are going to have to do the resigning for him.

    • TeakWoodKite

      “Why is the Secretary of Defense talking like some complacent loser underdog?”

      BO said no. How demoralizing is it to be told no, you can’t protect Americans? Even if the C130 was on station with a laser lock and could resolve the motar crews existance?

      BO is more concernedwith a “wag the dog” and his own political ass than protecting American lives and interests. Period.

      • http://www.projectweavers.com/ Matthew J. Weaver

        He accepted working for Obama, doesn’t that make him a loser by definition or action?

        • TeakWoodKite


  • http://www.projectweavers.com/ Matthew J. Weaver

    I wonder how much of Romney’s debate and recent silence on Benghazi is because of a high-road campaign tactic and how much is due to his now receiving security briefings that might set him up for accusations of releasing classified material if he says anything? Thoughts on this anyone?

    • Hokma

      I think part of it was because of security briefings.

      But he realized that getting into a contentious debate over Benghazi would not help him with women and he would be lowing himself down to Obama.

      He probably also knew where this story was going and that Obama would get dragged down without Romney assisting.

      • Madame_deFarge

        He brought attention to it by merely being silent.

        • Hokma

          very good point

          • TeakWoodKite

            Why get in front of a train wreck?

      • elizabethrc

        That is precisely what I thought. This story was bound to snowball and Romney didn’t need to say a thing. Look how it’s ballooned since the debate!!

    • HObama HObamanana

      The briefings he received were just enough to meet the standard of classified but incomplete enough to leave him open to attack should he press the point. Obama would not share the same info he is receiving with a rival. It might be the “custom” but it sure as hell ain’t the Chicago way. And we all know which “way” Obama rolls.

    • TeakWoodKite

      Political Aikido .

      Do we hear the MSM making great hey out of Romney’s differences on this with Obama?

      During the last debate Romney “agreed” with BO on a number of foriegn policy and national security actions. I do not think he agrees with them for one second, but is smart enough not to make them points of discussion with the MSM. If Romney had injected a difference of opinion, the focus would have been on him, not BO and his active support for Jihad against Americans.

      The focus is now on BO as the treasonous failure he is.

      • HObama HObamanana

        Excellent insight.

        • TeakWoodKite

          Jobs Jobs Jobs.

    • Eyes Wide Open

      Security clearance I think.

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  • jrterrier
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    • TeakWoodKite

      That would have put the Turkish ambassador as having to cross that “checkpoint”. No heads up from him?

      • jrterrier

        the timing with the attack occuring just after the turkish ambassador left always made me think that they waited for him to leave before attacking. didn’t want to get into it with Turkey. or perhaps he was in on it.

  • http://www.projectweavers.com/ Matthew J. Weaver

    Time is short to get messages like this out. So many people are early voting–wonder how many will regret their vote–if they even pay attention–before election day?

    A lot of people are and will vote early this year. As I will be out-of-town on Nov 6 I tried to vote today in Northern Virginia–mid-afternoon and the line was at a couple hours long.

    • BronwynsHarbor

      I donated. Have we all? Please let us know.

      • Justine00

        Tried to donate; wouldn’t let me. I’ll wait a few hours until they fix the credit card input…

        • mgm

          It’s working now.

          • Justine00

            Still not working for me. (Doesn’t give me option for credit card date, code — like it’s set up for checks, or something…) Maybe I’ll just send a check.

      • binky354

        I did and sent to my email contacts requesting that they donate if they can.

  • http://www.projectweavers.com/ Matthew J. Weaver

    Great video, strong message and messengers.

  • BronwynsHarbor

    I can’t wait to see the video. I am waiting and listening to Judge Jeanine’s show … she just had Woods’ family on + is interview House member leading investigation + more. She has done good work on Benghazi. HUCKABEE too … he had Catherine Herridge on and more … I have a post going up about it tomorrow. You can catch both shows again later tonight (set your DVR or VCR) and they’re on again tomorrow (Sunday) — perhaps twice more.

    I HOPE this video has funding and get on the air, Larry. Has it been shown to American Crossroads or other groups aiding Romney? If it is run in the swing states — preferably during Obama rallies — ha. I am stunned that there are just 10 days to go. Judge Woods, Ty Woods’ dad, said that he doesn’t want this to be about politics, and he prays that Barack Obama turns his life around and admits his faults. Well … but what a beautiful sentiment from a grief-stricken man accompanied by two women and his son (wife, daughter?).

    • binky354

      This is political, imo, because it was Obama and his administration that failed and lied to the American people!

    • KataKimbe

      That was great and I have never seen Pat Caddell so mad in my life as he was in the end of the show.

    • HObama HObamanana

      It was a beautiful sentiment but it ain’t gonna happen. Obama does not have a conscience, he has no heart for anything besides himself and frankly, he doesn’t care what anyone else thinks.

  • elijahzabmom

    I’m outraged. I hope the American people are listening. These whistleblowers are trying to get our attention. Obama is dangerous, and I do believe him to be a national security threat even AFTER he is out of the white house.

    Our men and women who serve us deserve better than this. Thank you all for your service, veterans and active duty.

    • Eyes Wide Open

      Agree completely.

      • elijahzabmom

        Remember the drone that went down in Iran? Why didn’t Obama order it shot down or destroyed?

        • Eyes Wide Open

          Exactly. Meanwhile they bus peoples from Somalia to the polls in Ohio.

          • elijahzabmom

            Every American should vote in English without the need of a translator. Asking for a government issued ID is not suppression. And lastly I don’t understand why so many people need help voting. I’ve been living in the same house for over six years. When I moved I made sure I was registered to vote and I verified it online.

            • Eyes Wide Open

              When I first registered to vote as a teenager the clerk told me not to register as a Republican. She said that there were no Republicans in this county and so I would never get to vote. I told her then I would start the Republican party in this county and others would join me. They did.

              While it is still mainly a Democratic registered. county they went for McCain in 2008 and we will go Romney.

              • elijahzabmom

                Well I’ve classified myself as an Independent who leans right. I vote for character/competence above party.

                It’s interesting how they analyze the early voting numbers. They should know that every D vote will not go to Obama.

                • Eyes Wide Open

                  Very true. I have gotten 6 surveys and I think it is because my husband is registered Democrat. I delight in telling them no, no, no.

            • HObama HObamanana

              I don’t have a problem with people not voting in English. I have a problem when they are bussed in and told who to vote for because they don’t understand enough about our electoral process to make up their own minds. I can almost guarantee you that if they understood that the party they are being told to vote for is promoting gay marriage they wouldn’t support them.

              • Eyes Wide Open

                I was pleased today to get a survey from the Republican and the caller spoke broken English with a Spanish accent. Maybe just maybe the Latinos will understand that they may have fled countries with dictators only to fall for Obama.

  • ArnoldLayne

    Thank you Patriots. Do you need donations to get this on TV?

    • http://noquarterusa.net Larry Johnson
      • BronwynsHarbor

        GREAT! I’ll add that to the post link and do another Tweet. … CAN EVERYONE TWEET THESE, and send this by e-mail to as many people as possible?

      • http://twitter.com/skymominmass SkymomInMass

        Thank you, just made a donation, would have been more, but I’m one of Obama’s unemployed.. Also tweeted