By Joseph Delli Gatti –
July 17, 2012
If you do a google search for Condi Rice, you’ll find a lot of buzz surrounding the name that has become one of Mitt Romney’s most likely VP picks. Several recent online news reports claim that Condi Rice would lose Mitt Romney the evangelical vote. Condi Rice would likely increase the religious vote. Here’s why:
Barack Obama and Joe Biden both support homosexual marriage and a woman’s right to choose an abortion for any reason. Barack Obama has ultimately declared war on freedom of religion through his healthcare mandates. When faced with the alternatives, Condi Rice is an absolute saint. Continue reading
Joseph Delli Gatti
July 12, 2012
Why is Mitt Romney the best presidential candidate in the 2012 election? Some supporters of other candidates have called Mitt Romney “out of touch”, have claimed that he’s secretly trying to win the White House to hook up his cronies with tons of money while leaving the working class and poor out to dry. Or worse – some have referred to him as a flip-flopper.
For people who say Mitt Romney is somehow out of touch, they have absolutely no idea what they’re talking about. He can relate to the rich, the middle-class, and the poor – as where most of his critics can only relate to one of these demographs.
Joseph Delli Gatti
July 6, 2012
Many complex issues went into the decision to invade Iraq and Afghanistan. If we had not gone to war with those countries, where would we be today?
I occasionally run into people who think that George W. Bush was somehow the devil, the puppet of Dick Cheney, and a mastermind out to destroy the economy. The liberal media has purported gross misrepresentations in the past about President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and Condi Rice – and a lot of people have believed those lies. An objective study can still help people to gain an understanding about what makes both George W. Bush, Condi Rice, and even Dick Cheney heroes and Saviors of the western world.
I know that some skeptics roll their eyes when they read praises about Gee Dubyah and Rice Candy; however, if these same people have taken basic micro and macro economics courses, read up on OPEC, and can follow this insight-offering article, their opinions can very likely change. Two numbers constitute important factors in evaluating both the Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan (and ultimately the War on Terror): 7 of 12 and 5 of 10. Continue reading