Posted By LambChop
President Obama’s second term will be the stuff of legends. His failures are proving to be hard to ignore - even by those parading around in giant pink stuffed plush vagina costumes. It started in 2008 with memorable events and quotes, captured between his ceaseless rounds of golf:
1. On his friend being arrested by Cambridge police which he portrayed as racism: “But I think it’s fair to say, No. 1, any of us would be pretty angry; No. 2, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home; and No. 3, what I think we know separate and apart from this incident is there is a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by police disproportionately. That’s just a fact.”
2. On the Trayvon Martin case, another story where facts were blurred to expose racism that did not exist: " You know, if I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon. All of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it deserves."
3. To NBC on his participation in the BP Gulf oil spill: "I don't sit around just talking to experts because this is a college seminar. We talk to these folks because they, potentially, have the best answers so I know whose ass to kick."
4. His speech to Planned Parenthood portraying abortion as a basic right even after news was splashed about the Gosnell baby murder case: “Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you.”
So it’s time to get serious about the 2016 Presidential race. Obama will be seeking a third term (with crazed blond doppelganger Hillary Clinton).
Conservatives have several leaders that have emerged and should be considered to save our great nation.
Native of Culowhee, North Carolina and UNC grad, Searcy is a Peabody Award-winning film and TV actor portraying Chief Deputy (US Marshal) Art Mullen on FX network’s hit series, Justified. Searcy has also produced, written and directed. Searcy hosts a popular viral video series called Nick Searcy’s Acting School.
Searcy has become a legendary voice for conservatives and libertarians on Twitter, kicking butt and taking names. Searcy verbally skewers hapless, half-witted liberals who dare challenge his well-thought out views. Searcy claims to play “bad” golf and idolizes Gene Hackman. He is loved by former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino and hated by washed-up corpulent comedian Roseanne Barr. Searcy has labeled public schools as “communist re-education camps” and taken on race card playing grievance-mongers.
Pros: Searcy is smart, unique, a great communicator, funny as hell and compelling.
Cons: We seem to keep electing Presidents with more hair.
Dr. Benjamin Carson
Carson is a Detroit native, grew up in poverty and was at the bottom of his class in school. He later morphed into a world-renowned neurosurgeon – he became the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital at age 33. Carson conquered poverty and personal, psychological issues of rage, graduating from Yale and moving onto neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins and honing his skill at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, Australia, prior to returning to Johns Hopkins.
Carson gained international attention in 1987 after performing a miraculous and ground-breaking 22 -hour surgery to separate two 7-month-old craniopagus twins from Germany. Carson has survived prostate cancer, established a scholarship foundation for young children to promote reading, written three books, speaks regularly and performs 300 surgeries per year. In February 2008, President Bush awarded Carson the Ford's Theater Lincoln Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the U.S. highest civilian honors
Carson is deeply religious and professes his views easily with a humble, matter-of-fact delivery that has garnered him public attention. He believes that the tax code is un-Godly and proposes an alternative that would make Grover Norquist proud. He regularly challenges liberal sacred cows like political correctness and promotes individual responsibility and self control. He even believes that government should have a limited scope in its endeavors.
Pros: His entire life.
Cons: Not a smooth political operative.
In a world where looks matter, Malkin has been blessed despite her chosen profession (keeping her off camera much of the time) as a “Cheeto-swilling” conservative blogger. Malkin is without a doubt the left’s #1 media target in many ways. She is brilliant, combative, and unabashedly conservative. She does NOT walk softly, but carries a big stick which she wields with aplomb. She calls 'em like she sees 'em- even having the nerve to criticize conservative icons Sean Hannity (to his face, on his own show) and media birthed pretend right-wingers like Donald Trump and Geraldo Rivera. Recently, Malkin was appropriately awarded the 2013 Breitbart Award for Excellence in Journalism.
Malkin’s background is interesting. She was born in Pennsylvania to Philippine parents. She is a published author, a nationally –syndicated columnist and former fellow at a libertarian think-tank Competitive Enterprise Institute. Malkin founded famous conservative blog and network, Hotair.com and Twitchy - a Twitter curation site. She regularly appears on Sean Hannity’s show on Fox and is an on -camera commentator for several networks.
Pros: Malkin is of Asian descent lives in Colorado, is a young mom and is a pernicious debater. She was born to be on camera.
Cons: Same as pros.
Pope Francis was elected at a time of great challenges and scandal for the Church, after Pope Benedict shocked the world with a resignation from the papacy (the first time this has happened in 600 years). Emeritus Pope Benedict then moved to another part of Italy and has come back, living side-by-side with newly- elected Pope Francis in a building on the Vatican property, still wearing his white cassock. Pope Francis has accepted this arrangement with aplomb, preferring to pray in Castle Gandolfo with his “brother” Benedict in the pews as opposed to the special papal kneeler installed at the front.
Francis hails from Argentina and was a chemical technician turned priest. Known for his devotion, Francis was part of the strict Jesuit order and even after ascending to the position of Cardinal, took his vows seriously – he opted to live alone, made his own meals and traveled using public transit.
Argentina has long been ruled by leftist military dictators, responsible for the disappearance and death of thousands. While head of the Argentine province of Jesuits, Pope Francis “opposed the tendency” of his Christian brothers to embrace Marxism and said so publicly.
Argentina legalized gay marriage in 2010 and Francis was opposed it on the grounds that “the identity of the family, and its survival, are in jeopardy.”
He lived in opposition with the Argentine government, at times chastising it for failing to do more for the impoverished.
Pros: Believes government oversteps its bounds.
Cons: Already has a good gig that he may not wish to leave.
Cruz was born Rafael Cruz in Canada, where his Cuban father and Irish-American mother had moved for the 1960s oil boom. As a teenager, Cruz’s father was imprisoned and tortured by the Batista regime, the elder Rafael Cruz came to America on a student visa with nothing but $100 sewn into his underwear. He made his way through the University of Texas by washing dishes.
Cruz was raised in Houston exhibiting patterns of success early in life. He graduated cum laude from Princeton where he was a champion debater. He then graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, praised by liberal icon and constitutional scholar Prof. Alan Dershowitz said this: “Cruz was off-the-charts brilliant.”
Cruz clerked for Judge Luttig on the Fourth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals. In 1996, he became Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist’s first Hispanic clerk and later worked for George W. Bush’s campaign team. Cruz then served as assistant attorney general in the Justice Department and director of policy planning at the Federal Trade Commission.
In 2003, Cruz was appointed solicitor general of Texas during which time he wrote 70 briefs to the Supreme Court and argued before the court nine times. Cruz was known for his work in Medillin v. Texas, in which the state fought the Bush administration over the execution of a Mexican citizen (the nation of Mexico tried to intervene in a Texas death penalty case).
Cruz was sworn into the United States Senate, January 2013 after beating a Texas Conservative rival, Lt. Governor David Dewhurst. Dewhurst is a well-known conservative, philanthropist – a self-made USAF veteran worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The young Cruz had a 2% poll rating when the race began.
Cruz has taken on the Benghazi scandal, Obamacare, Agenda 21, Obama’s Hagel appointment to Secretary of Defense and Second Amendment arms rights. He has stirred up the leftist media to a fever pitch and shows no evidence of backing down.
Pros: Hello, did you read that bio?