Navy SEAL PAC Hits Airwaves to Attack Obama’s Response to Benghazi Killings

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Former Navy SEAL Scott Taylor in the new Special Ops OPSEC ad. (Photo: YouTube)

Special Ops OPSEC, one of the anti-Obama political action committees formed by ex-Navy SEALs that have been attacking President Barack Obama for inappropriately politicizing the killing of Osama bin Laden has released a new ad slamming the White House’s response to the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya last month. The Obama administration has faced harsh criticism for allegedly ignoring security warnings ahead of the attacks and offering confusing, evolving explanations for the incident, which left four people dead including U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens and two former Navy SEALs who were working as security contractors protecting diplomatic personnel. The ad specifically targets comments the president made referring to the Benghazi attack and other recent unrest in the Middle East as “bumps in the road.”

“President Obama wanted credit after our military killed Bin Laden. Highly classified secrets were leaked endangering real heroes and their families, but when terrorists kill SEALs and diplomats in Libya, this administration doesn’t tell the truth about what happened and the president says it’s just a bump in the road,” OPSEC president and former SEAL Scott Taylor says in the ad. “There is nothing acceptable about playing politics with national security and American lives. Aren’t some things more important than politics?” Continue reading “Navy SEAL PAC Hits Airwaves to Attack Obama’s Response to Benghazi Killings”

Biden’s Prediction Mitt Would Put People ‘Back In Chains’ Draws Rebuke From The Romney Camp

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Joe Biden (Photo: Getty)

Just five days after Mitt Romney’s campaign manager said President Barack Obama’s re-election team had reached “a new low” with super PAC attacks, the Romney-ans are claiming the Obama campaign has reached a new “new low” after Vice President suggested Mr. Romney’s economic policies would enable banks to put people “back in chains.Continue reading “Biden’s Prediction Mitt Would Put People ‘Back In Chains’ Draws Rebuke From The Romney Camp”

Read Paul Ryan’s First Speech As Mitt Romney’s Running Mate

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After weeks of veepstakes drama, Mitt Romney introduced Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate this morning in Norfolk, Virginia. After a small slip-up where Mr. Romney accidentally introduced Mr. Ryan as “the next President of the United States,” the congressman settled in to a speech in which he said President Barack Obama’s policies “didn’t make things better” and vowed that “Mitt Romney and I will take the right steps, in the right time, to get us back on the right track.”

The Romney campaign has already released a transcript of Mr. Ryan’s remarks. Read it below: Continue reading “Read Paul Ryan’s First Speech As Mitt Romney’s Running Mate”

Romney Accidentally Introduces Ryan As ‘The Next President Of The United States’

 Romney Accidentally Introduces Ryan As The Next President Of The United States
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan moments before today’s speech. (Photo: Garrett Jackson/Twitter)

Mitt Romney rolled out his running mate, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, at an event at the U.S.S. Wisconsin in Norfolk, Virginia this morning, but he made a slight mistake when introducing the man he hopes will serve as his vice president next year.

“Join me in welcoming the next President of the United States, Paul Ryan,” Mr. Romney said as his running mate took the stage.

Mr. Ryan began speaking and, a few moments later, Mr. Romney jogged back to the podium to acknowledge his slip of the tongue. Continue reading “Romney Accidentally Introduces Ryan As ‘The Next President Of The United States’”

Bobby Jindal Calls Obama ‘Incompetent’

 Bobby Jindal Calls Obama Incompetent
Bobby Jindal (Photo: Facebook)

Louisiana governor and potential Mitt Romney running mate Bobby Jindal is campaigning for Mr. Romney in Iowa today and he also held a press conference call with Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell where they slammed President Barack Obama’s “failed economic record” and “misplaced priorities.” Mr. Jindal began his remarks by slamming the president as “incompetent” and inexperienced.

“President Obama is the most liberal and incompetent president since Jimmy Carter was in the White House,” said Mr. Jindal. “The reality is, he’s a great speaker. Four years ago, he was here in Iowa promising hope and change, but the reality is, he’s never run anything including a lemonade stand, a business or a state before he was elected President of the United States.” Continue reading “Bobby Jindal Calls Obama ‘Incompetent’”

‘Adam Cook is the ‘Dank Spank’ Going to Dominate in Congress!’

 Adam Cook is the Dank Spank Going to Dominate in Congress!
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Adam Cook, a Democrat who is running for the House seat in Virginia’s first congressional district got some rather enthusiastic support on YouTube after his first campaign video was posted there today. The first comment added shortly after the video was posted was an especially colorful endorsement of the candidate:

“Adam Cook is the ‘Dank Spank’ going to dominate in Congress!”

The comment was made by Mr. Cook’s younger brother, Simon. According to the only entry for the phrase in Urban Dictionary, which is the unquestioned authority on slang, “dank spank” means masturbating after smoking marijuanaContinue reading “‘Adam Cook is the ‘Dank Spank’ Going to Dominate in Congress!’”

Mitt Romney Releases A Slew Of State-Specific Ads

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Mitt Romney (Photo: Getty)
Mitt Romney has already shown television audiences what he would do on the first day of his hypothetical presidency, but his newest ads reveals what he’d like to do with his first 100 days in office. Mr. Romney released four variations of an ad entitled “First 100 Days” for audiences in Ohio, Virginia, Iowa and North Carolina. The ads contain different promises for each state. Continue reading “Mitt Romney Releases A Slew Of State-Specific Ads”