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Obama's Game Changes

annfan_777 Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 9:14 AM
"The last-minute fill-in candidate in the general election, Alan Keyes, was deemed wacky and not a serious opponent." -------------- Alan Keyes is one of the most brilliant men in America, and no one considered him "wacky". He was, however, considered a carpetbagger, but in retrospect, Alan was one of the first people to truly identify Obama as the radical that he is.
Black and White Brian Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:42 AM
Well said! Ambassador Keyes is a Great American!
Rondoman Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:07 AM
I was too a fan of Alan Keyes, but he made one glaring error. When his daughter declared herself to be a lesbian, Keyes summarily disowned her. What Keyes does not understand is that homosexuality is not genetic. If it were it would breed itself out in one generation for lack of copulation. It is the result of the father or a father figure not being there to guide the child through puberty in an instructive loving way to completion of womanhood and manhood. It is what the Bible refers to as the "enemies at the gate." Keyes should embrace her with his love and lead her through the gate, not destroy her by his rejection. God knows, the family is under assault and MUST be repaired, not abandoned nor destroyed.
Usually after a presidential debate, both sides spin the results. But after the first face-off between President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney, Obama's exasperated handlers made no such effort. How could they when most opinion polls revealed that two-thirds of viewers thought Obama clearly lost?

Within minutes of the parting handshake, the liberal base went ballistic. Bill Maher, Chris Matthews and Michael Moore all but accused Obama of embarrassing the progressive cause. The post-debate spin focused not on whether the president had been creamed by challenger Mitt Romney, but rather on how that had been possible.

For a while, there...