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New Orleans Crowd Boos Madonna After She Demands They Vote For Obama

Oh what a difference a few years makes. From “Yes we can” to “Get off the stage!”  This is obviously NOT the Super Bowl Halftime Show anymore Madonna, and you ought to get a clue. It’s not like this is  the first time you have been booed on stage.

The man-child Manchurian golden man whose allure was built on lies is golden no more. The entire nation is sinking into an ominous economic black hole, more than 16 trillion dollars in debt. Kids go into debt tens of thousands of dollars to get a college degree, they graduate then go work at McDonald’s if they are lucky.

If you weren’t so Illuminati Princess super rich and out of touch with the masses you would already know that. Go take a spin down the 40 square mile crusted ghetto hell hole of Detroit Madonna. Go find out why they are booing you. If you are not convinced take a drive through the sprawling ghettos of Camden NJ, Flint Michigan, Stockton California or Baltimore.

Cited:  “According to The New York Daily News, the Material Girl was on stage when she told audience members she didn’t care how they voted as long as it was for Obama. The pop star has made similar statements and publicly supported the President during other stops on the tour, but yesterday evening, she did not get the response she expected. Many members of the crowd booed and more than a handful actually got up and walked out, prompting Madonna to tell everyone she’s actually just more interested in people getting out and voting.

Recent polls have suggested Romney might win Louisiana by as much as twenty percentage points, but even if the result was flipped, there are a lot of people out there who don’t want to be told what to do. Madonna is neither a political strategist nor more informed than the rest of us who care too. She would be better served by telling people to care, as opposed to telling them who to care about.”

One report said concert goers not only booed the clueless super-rich elite Material Girl, they hurled things at the stage and many walked out of the stadium. Good for them. Maybe people aren’t as drunk on extreme Left Wing political mythology this year as they were in 2008.

See http://www.cinemablend.com/pop/Madonna-Booed-Orleans-Telling-Crowd-Vote-Obama-48694.html

See http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/madonna-booed-urging-fans-vote-obama-new-orleans-article-1.1194143

The Other Shoe Drops: Mitt Romney Can’t Possibly Win the Presidency

9.20.2012

Mitt Romney in 2007 in Washington, DC at the V...

Mitt Romney finally put his foot so far deep in his own mouth he won’t be able to speak again without having surgery first.

Thud. That’s the sound of the other shoe dropping as the second secret Mitt Romney video clip surfaces and begins circulating around the web.

It was bad enough a few days ago to hear Mitt Romney [ and I am a former Romney supporter and a conservative leaning Independent ] flatly state that 47% of Americans believed they were “victims” and were not willing to “take responsibility for their own lives”.

That one statement by Romney was so jaw-droppingly stupid and ill informed that it made me step back and actually ponder this man’s intelligence.

In one fell swoop Romney had just made a statement which insulted the primal dignity of anyone in the United States earning less than $50,000 per year, practically all of fixed income retirees who live on social security after working all their lives, and most all of the recently and long term unemployed, many of whom have high level skills and/or degrees who either cannot find work fresh out of college, or whom were laid off from careers in the 2008-2009 recession.

And now comes the next jaw dropper for conservative voters, the SECOND secret Romney video clip, which exposes Romney sharing his real feelings on Israel, foreign policy in the Mideast, the Mideast peace process and the option of a two state solution for Palestine and Israel. Be sitting down and NOT holding a cup of coffee when you watch this, as you are bound to spill it all over yourself in jarred disbelief:

It’s a sad [ and silly ] experience for the GOP and independent conservatives to watch Romney’s candidacy self-destruct in such high profile slow motion as everyday Americans and the media react to these revealing comments. It’s just incredible. If it weren’t so damn tragic it would be comical.In fact, I guess it IS kind of comical at this point. So much for a regime change in the US. It’s not going to happen. Not with Mitt Romney’s mouth being his own worst enemy. I personally see no saving this.  We all now know way too much about how Romney really feels about a variety of hot-button issues. The most incendiary commentary is Romney’s dangerously inflammatory opinion on the state of affairs, present and future, in Mideast relations between Israel and Palestine.

People in the Mideast and in America, especially US military families, need to be able to feel a sense of hope about the future of peace in the Mideast, we all need that, but the comments Romney makes in this clip are all but cemented in cynicism and hopelessness: “kick the ball forward.”Really? Spend the four years of your term in office as President just passing the buck to the next administration? That’s not a leader I want to vote for. In fact, that’s not my idea of a leader at all. It’s definitely not the disposition that the American leader of the free world should be assuming. I’m appalled. The British have a word for this condition:

“Gob-smacked”

I was an enthusiastic supporter of Mitt Romney all year, but I am now throwing in the towel. At this point, having learned all of this about Romney’s REAL disposition on America, Americans and Mideast foreign policy, there is no way I could forgive myself if I voted for this man. Without a sitting US president who is fully and wholeheartedly committed to the Mideast peace process and the defense of Israel as our primary ally in a world increasingly hostile  to the West, the planet will ignite in world war three within years, if not months.

I could not live with myself if I voted for this man having learned all this. And if I feel this way now, having been a staunch supporter of the Romney campaign all through the arduous process of his finally claiming the 2012 nomination, try to imagine how many others who are part of the “47%” he cited must feel.

I most likely won’t vote this fall. I feel sick with disappointment.

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