WALL STREET INSIDER – Promises Of A Romney Economic BOOM

A longtime Wall Street Insider who for some two years has shared their insights and experience regarding just how dangerous the Obama agenda has been to the future of the United States, now promises on the eve of the 2012 Election that should Mitt Romney win victory tomorrow, a massive surge in economic prosperity and job growth will soon follow.


(Just as Ronald Reagan brought America back from the brink in the 1980′s will Mitt Romney do the same in 2013?)



So now we wait for the great moment – Election Day.  What a journey these past few months have been for me.  The battles with the FED, Lagarde and her increasingly dangerous IMF, the fools of Europe, George and his silly posturing, it all now comes down to the American people and their votes for the future of this incredibly gifted and blessed country.  Do we return to the traditional and time-tested values of a free market, personal choice and responsibility, and opportunity for all, or do we instead continue down the path of the more recent Obama years that has government taking more while giving less, and the uniqueness of America fading away into simply another member of the progressive socialists globalization agenda?

I say the people of the United States choose freedom tomorrow, not oppression.  They choose Mitt Romney, not Barack Obama.

And once that choice has been made I promise you this, we shall all begin to enjoy an era of economic growth and prosperity not seen in a generation.  All of us both great and small will be included in this new and much needed Romney economy.  It will be prosperity and opportunity combined with necessary responsible management that has been missing for far too long now.  The beginnings of 2013 will see job creation no longer failing to even keep up with the needs of a growing population, but rather multiplying into hundreds of thousands of new jobs each month throughout that year.  Regulations shall be lessened to ensure those who wish to participate in the challenge and risk of the American Small Business Dream finally have a real opportunity to do so.  The banking industry will provide much of the platform capital for these opportunities, and it will be the people who than shall build upon that platform, as we all embrace that great blessing of opportunity that has always made America the greatest of nations.  And when success comes to those who take up the challenge of that opportunity, they will be allowed to keep more of what they created, and will then in turn reinvest in that success, thus creating yet more jobs and more opportunities for all.

It is, at its essence, a simple thing.  Give people of motivation opportunity, then stand out of their way and let them live that dream and make it into reality.  Remove the excessive burdens of government, taxation, regulation, and bring forth the entrepreneurial spirit that will unleash a massive surge in job growth and economic prosperity.

This I promise you my friend.  All of you.  The titans of industry and finance are aligning, hopeful that tomorrow the beginnings of the restoration of America’s greatness and economic dignity are to begin anew.  Just as was done in the initial months of Ronald Reagan’s first term, so too will it be done in the beginnings of Mitt Romney’s term.  The chains of Big Government oppression, if not yet completely broken, will be loosened, and America’s economic greatness will return to its rightful place once again, and then we will look to once again sharing those ideals with the rest of the Free World as we once did before losing our way and ultimately neglecting the great principles of Americanism that brought about electing The Man Calling Himself Obama in 2008.

My heart tells me We the People will not make that mistake again tomorrow.

God Willing.


In Friendship,



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      • truthandjustice
      • AtB, just thought you might be interested in a song that my daughter “hears” almost every day is “America the Beautiful” (out of nowhere – no radio, etc.), along with Star Spangled Banner (& appropriate for now). I’ve posted about her before – how she has prophetic visions and also hears what we call prophetic “heavenly music”. They usually have something to do with the near future for America. She’s been hearing them for over a year. I take them to mean God loves America and we are not done with our “mission” and will restore…..I looked up the lyrics to both songs – believe it’s another way God speaks to us — could be, could be. My opinion is most of our spiritual hymns & other songs like these were/are inspired from heaven & then sent down to us. And strangely I heard Romney say yesterday in one of the rallies that he loved this song and pointed out what he really liked most were the words “.heroes proved in liberating strife.
        Who more than self their country loved”. (good sign & confirmation?) So – you picked out a good “name” there!! Here they are for those that don’t know:


        O beautiful for spacious skies,
        For amber waves of grain,
        For purple mountain majesties
        Above the fruited plain!
        America! America!
        God shed his grace on thee
        And crown thy good with brotherhood
        From sea to shining sea!

        O beautiful for pilgrim feet
        Whose stern impassioned stress
        A thoroughfare of freedom beat
        Across the wilderness!
        America! America!
        Confirm thy soul in self-control,
        Thy LIBERTY IN LAW!

        O beautiful for HEROES PROVED
        And mercy more than life!
        America! America!
        May God thy gold refine
        Till all success be nobleness
        And every gain divine!

        O beautiful for PATRIOT DREAM
        That sees beyond the years
        Thine alabaster cities gleam
        Undimmed by human tears!
        America! America!
        God shed his grace on thee
        And crown thy good with brotherhood
        From sea to shining sea!

        O beautiful for halcyon skies,
        For amber waves of grain,
        For purple mountain majesties
        Above the enameled plain!
        America! America!
        God shed his grace on thee
        Till souls wax fair as earth and air
        And music-hearted sea!

        O beautiful for pilgrims feet,
        Whose stem impassioned stress
        A thoroughfare for freedom beat
        Across the wilderness!
        America! America!
        God shed his grace on thee
        Till paths be wrought through
        wilds of thought
        By pilgrim foot and knee!

        O beautiful for glory-tale
        Of liberating strife
        When once and twice,
        for man’s avail
        Men lavished precious life!
        America! America!
        God shed his grace on thee

        O beautiful for PATRIOT DREAM
        Thine alabaster cities gleam
        Undimmed by human tears!
        America! America!
        Thy whiter jubilee!

        * my note — US NOW

        • AmericaTheBeautiful
        • T and J, Thank you very much..seeing those words bolsters the soul…..as always. Grew up in a very patriotic home. Our father served at Peleliu. As youngsters, my six brothers and I were often in full voice…marching, singing any and all patriotic and military songs….. We grew up with a deep and abiding love of country.
          The man who calls himself Obama is an insult to those of us who know the goodness of America…and understand and honor the generations of sacrifices made on her behalf. From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli…And to our slaughtered heroic Seals in Benghazi…”Heroes proved in liberating strife, who more than self their country loved”….

          Yes, there will be a reckoning….Americans will not tolerate this pathetic excuse for a man, a leader, a President — who willfully sat and watched our men murdered… Obama does not begin to understand the American people…or their spirit.

          I pray your daughter is correct…. Four more years of this fraud is beyond comprehension …one more day is more than enough.

          Tomorrow we give our all. Project ORCA for those who need an assignment…or, Go to the Romney/Ryan offices to volunteer…Ulsterman’s Army will hit it early and hard…


          FYI… Obama will “claim” a win early… in order to demoralize Romney supporters and depress the vote…hang tough

        • bill o'rights
        • When I was a child, I thought this song was corny. Now I love this song, and it has never meaned more to me than at this moment.

          Thank you for posting this.

          Your friend always,


    • truthandjustice
    • Yes, it will surely be so. WSI, thanks again for all your determined help, no matter what. You (and WHI, everyone) will surely enjoy this piece in the WSJ today:

      “I Didn’t Leave the Dem Party, it Left Me”

      When members of the Democratic Party booed the inclusion of God and Jerusalem in their party platform this year, I thought of my parents.

      They would have been astounded.

      The immigrant family in which I grew up was, in the matter of politics, typical of the Jews of Boston in the 1930s and ’40s. Of the two major parties, the Democrats were in those days the more supportive of Jewish causes.

      Indeed, only liberal politicians campaigned in our underprivileged neighborhood. Boston’s Republicans, insofar as we knew them, were remote, wealthy elites (“Boston Brahmins”), some of whose fancy country clubs didn’t accept Jews.

      It therefore went without saying that we were Democrats. Like most Jews around the country, being Democrat was part of our identity, as much a feature of our collective personality as our religion.

      So why did I leave the party?

      My critics nowadays like to claim it’s because I got wealthy or because I didn’t want to pay taxes or because of some other conservative caricature. No, the truth is the Democratic Party has changed in ways that no longer fit with someone of my upbringing.

      One obvious example is the party’s new attitude toward Israel. A sobering Gallup poll from last March asked: “Are your sympathies more with the Israelis or more with the Palestinians?” Barely 53% of Democrats chose Israel, the sole liberal democracy in the region. By contrast, an overwhelming 78% of Republicans sympathized with Israel.

      Nowhere was this change in Democratic sympathies more evident than in the chilling reaction on the floor of the Democratic convention in September when the question of Israel’s capital came up for a vote. Anyone who witnessed the delegates’ angry screaming and fist-shaking could see that far more is going on in the Democratic Party than mere opposition to citing Jerusalem in their platform. There is now a visceral anti-Israel movement among rank-and-file Democrats, a disturbing development that my parents’ generation would not have ignored.

      Another troubling change is that Democrats seem to have moved away from the immigrant values of my old neighborhood—in particular, individual charity and neighborliness. After studying tax data from the IRS, the nonpartisan Chronicle of Philanthropy recently reported that states that vote Republican are now far more generous to charities than those voting Democratic. In 2008, the seven least-generous states all voted for President Obama. My father, who kept a charity box for the poor in our house, would have frowned on this fact about modern Democrats.
      Democrats would reply that taxation and government services are better vehicles for helping the underprivileged. And, yes, government certainly has its role. But when you look at states where Democrats have enjoyed years of one-party dominance—California, Illinois, New York—you find that their liberal policies simply don’t deliver on their promises of social justice.

      Take, for example, President Obama’s adopted home state. In October, a nonpartisan study of Illinois’s finances by the State Budget Crisis Task Force offered painful evidence that liberal Illinois is suffering from abject economic, demographic and social decline. With the worst credit rating in the country, and with the second-biggest public debt per capita, the Prairie State “has been doing back flips on a high wire, without a net,” according to the report.

      Political scientist Walter Russell Mead summed up the sad results of these findings at The American Interest: “Illinois politicians, including the present president of the United States, have wrecked one of the country’s potentially most prosperous and dynamic states, condemned millions of poor children to substandard education, failed to maintain vital infrastructure, choked business development and growth through unsustainable tax and regulatory policies—and still failed to appease the demands of the public sector unions and fee-seeking Wall Street crony capitalists who make billions off the state’s distress.”

      At times, it seems almost as if President Obama wants to impose the failed Illinois model on the whole country. Each year of his presidency has produced unsustainable deficits, and he takes no responsibility for his spending. Worse still, unemployment has become chronic, and many Americans have given up on looking for work.

      Whenever President Obama deplores the wealthy (“fat-cat bankers,” “millionaires and billionaires,” “at a certain point you’ve made enough money,” and so on), it tells me that he has failed to learn the economic lessons of Illinois, and that he still doesn’t understand the vital role entrepreneurs play in creating jobs in our society.

      As a person who has been able to rise from poverty to affluence, and who has created jobs and work benefits for tens of thousands of families, I feel obligated to speak up and support the American ideals I grew up with—charity, self-reliance, accountability. These are the age-old virtues that help make our communities prosperous. Yet, sadly, the Democratic Party no longer seems to value them as it once did. That’s why I switched parties, and why I’m now giving amply to Republicans.

      Although I don’t agree with every Republican position—I’m liberal on several social issues—there is enough common cause with the party for me to know I’ve made the right choice.

      It’s the choice that, I believe, my old immigrant Jewish neighbors would have made. They would not have let a few disagreements with Republicans void the importance of siding with the political party that better supports liberal democracies like Israel, the party that better exemplifies the spirit of charity, and the party with economic policies that would certainly be better for those Americans now looking for work.

      The Democratic Party just isn’t what it used to be.


      • truthandjustice
      • Think I can speak for all of us in the “Ulsterman” army that we are also celebrating and happy that you will no doubt be “around” to see this victory!!! We remember those long months ago when you said you hoped you would but of course didn’t know b/c of health issues. I for one prayed you would be ok and especially be here to see the “fruits of your labors”. God bless you and yours.

      • bill o'rights
      • There are two simple ways to understand the mind of a Marxist.

        1). They will always share with youwho they are and what they are doing (or plan to do), via their attacks on their opposition…i.e. ‘Romney is killing off the middle class’

        2). They are ALWAYS antisemitic. Sometimes it’s subtle, such as in criticisms of foreign policy towards Israel, other times it’s in the form of inner-city leftist demagogues railing against the wealthy Jews who wish to ‘enslave’ people.

        • truthandjustice
        • Yes – check this out:
          “Barack Obama is driven in his political life by the idea of getting “revenge” against the United States for the slights and hurts he has felt, according to a forensic profiler who also has worked on the Natalie Holloway and O.J. Simpson cases.

          “When Obama supporters booed the mention of [Mitt] Romney at a Springfield, Ohio, political rally on November 2, 2012, Obama commented ‘No, no, no. Don’t boo. Vote.’ He added, ‘Voting is the best revenge.’ Think if Obama had just stopped at ‘don’t boo – vote.’ That would have been a presidential response. Instead, once more he had to introduce extreme bitterness,” Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., told WND.

          Hodges decoded O.J. Simpson’s “suicide note,” deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note from the Boulder, Colo., case and worked on the Natalee Holloway murder case.
          He uses a unique psycholinguistic technique he calls “ThoughtPrint Decoding” to “read between the lines” of people’s statements – called “the cutting-edge of forensic science” by expert investigators. He’s not exactly new to the field, already having identified killers by studying ransom notes, emails, letters and police interviews to spot secret confessions. It was the “revenge” comment that most recently caught Hodges’ attention.

          “He had to take us back to roots of his rage – the revenge anger – that secretly drives him,” Hodges explained to WND in an analysis of Obama’s comments. “His powerful unconscious message was, ‘In case you missed it I am one angry person and have repeatedly directed it at America.’ It showed up in his debate comments (his angry facial expression/body language, his disrespectful overly aggressive attacks on Romney). It showed up in his recent U.N. speech (September 25, 2012) where he reminded us of how he secretly hated America and again unconsciously confessed to attacking our core foundations – particularly our Constitution – as an illegal president.”

          Hodges concludes that Obama is confessing that he himself is among “those who use hatred of America, or the West … as a central principle of politics.”

          He said others have noted the unusual comment about “revenge.”

          “Popular political analyst Dick Morris underscored Obama’s seeming inappropriate comment that ‘voting is the best revenge’ and offered an interpretation. – Obama-speak for his hatred of the rich, the successful job creators – and Obama wanting to impose his socialistic agenda,” Hodges said.

          “Morris got the ‘hate’ part of it right but again reveals how no one can grasp just how angry Obama is. When it comes to interpreting Obama’s deepest motives, his own quick-read unconscious genius (his super intelligence) is the master informer. Only he can tell us the extent of his rage.”

          He continued, “Obama has made plain between-the-lines all the way from the beginning of his presidency up to the present day in his recent U.N. speech and presidential debates, he hates America. Obama doesn’t just want to spread the wealth around, he wants to destroy us economically and otherwise.”

          “Obama’s ‘revenge’ comment was one pithy reminder that unconsciously he remains far angrier than anyone imagines including his own conscious mind. It was one final confession that out of his deep personal wounds and misguided anger he has attacked America’s core foundations as much as he could possibly get away with. Brilliantly his super-intel chose a one word description summing up his presidency, ‘Revenge.’ It describes his multiple attacks on America, informing us that we are looking at the tip of the iceberg of Obama’s mind,” Hodges explained.

          “His below the surface unconscious ‘revenge’ is a Titanic size mass of ‘untrammeled fury,’ the exact description of his rage he presents at the very beginning of his autobiographical ‘Dreams from My Father,’” he described.

          Hodges identifies the real target of Obama’s rage as his father.

          “Exactly like his angry absent father who destroyed Obama’s foundation, he repeats the deed, reenacts his trauma by his attempt to tear down the presidency,” Hodges said.

          Hodges earlier said Obama’s “super intelligence moral compass” repeatedly has confessed his ineligibility to hold the office of president.

          “From my experience as a forensic profiler, I know when a guilty person starts to break. Law enforcement describes how guilty suspects show signs of cracking during an interrogation – and they push on those weaknesses. We can view Obama’s poor performance during the first presidential debate with Romney on Oct. 3 in a similar way. The debate – a symbolic interrogation – was the first time Obama had faced tough questions since 2008,” Hodges said at the time.

          “And he showed signs of cracking.”

          On Hodges’ website, Steven A. Egger, associate professor of criminology at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, has written that Hodges’ technique is “becoming the cutting edge of forensic science.”

          “Dr. Hodges’ investigation of forensic documents in the Natalee Holloway case indicates that his ‘thoughtprint decoding method’ and ‘reading between the lines’ is, in fact, becoming a major contribution to law enforcement tools used by criminal investigators,” wrote Egger.”


    • Rebel Yell
    • Thank you WHI for all your efforts to help us correct the mistake of 08. Thank you UM for presenting us with the messages. While Obama asks his lame core supporters to vote out of “revenge”, Mitt Romney has asked us to vote for “love of country”. I feel we will be blessed with a victory of a very positive message over a message that is full of anger and despite.
      God Bless America

      • NameBM
      • Revenge was a Lapsus revelateur (aka freudian slip), meaning Obama is already in post-campaign mode. He is already seeking votes to revenge his defeat. He knows he has lost this election. His army of lawyers are going to start defeating Romney in 2016 by tomorrow 8:01 pm. Obama is already campaigning for the next commie sent by the Dems in 2016.

        His brain went ahead of his mounth by 48 hours

        • M. Simon
        • If legalization wins in Colorado that is the tool I’d use. The GOP is FULL Of die hard prohibitionists. The last refuge for those types. The country as a whole is moving on.

        • bill o'rights
        • His Freudian slip mirrors Jarrett’s comments in Chicago, as well as the Marxists mindset for the next four years and beyond.

          If these criminals win, there will be blood in the streets…by their own design.

          Who ever heard of an incumbent politician or dictator talking about revenge, should they continue to maintain power? I’d day this is a very clear admission that the administration intends to pull out the stops and go all out Marxist revolutionary.

          If Obama wins this, make sure you are stocked up (on everything) and have a plan for yourself and your family.

          • truthandjustice
          • Yes – re the Freudian slip, see my comment above as reply to you. And yes, the “real” Marxist Revolution manifesting before Inauguration Day is our next concern (along with Romney’s protection). We now know, thank God, that their evil plan for suspension of the elections was thwarted (as we know from two Insiders, WHI and DHS that it was in their plans). Now on to their others.
            Like I’ve said, I’m sure they had plans if they didn’t win the election.
            So we continue on – preparing, praying, getting the word out, etc. Onward and upwards !!!!

    • InTheKnow
    • Let’s win this thing.

      Any undecided friends you have, talk to them if you can. Any ‘demoralized’ Republican friends you have, make sure they get to the polls and try to lift their spirits.

      It’s all about turnout now. If Republicans are out in force tomorrow, not only will Romney win, it will be an electoral college and popular vote wipeout that will give Romney the mandate he needs to dispatch with the Obama Error in total.

      Can’t wait for tomorrow!

      • Perceptible Future
      • Nice piece from World Net Daily:

        U.S. GENERAL: “Obama paralyzed by fear”
        Exclusive: Gen. Patrick Brady explains why president abandoned Americans in Benghazi

        By Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady, U.S. Army (ret.)

        Now I understand! For years, many veterans and active military have been alarmed about the idiocy of the changes in battlefield aero-medical evacuation known as Dust Off. For reasons having nothing to do with patient care, Dust Off has been removed from the control of the professionals, the medics, and put under the control of amateurs, aviation staff officers, or ASOs. This is the first such change since the Civil War.

        I document the unparalleled excellence of Dust Off, and the effects of the changes, in my book, “Dead Men Flying.” Needless to say, it was the most outstanding battlefield operating system of that war – some one million souls saved and unprecedented survival rates. No warrior of Vietnam is more revered than the Dust Off crews.

        In the words of Gen. Creighton Abrams, former U.S. Army chief of staff and former supreme commander in Vietnam: “A special word about the Dust Offs … Courage above and beyond the call of duty was sort of routine to them. It was a daily thing, part of the way they lived. That’s the great part, and it meant so much to every last man who served there. Whether he ever got hurt or not, he knew Dust Off was there. It was a great thing for our people.”

        Fast forward to current battlefields. We hear horror stories about patients waiting and dying because Dust Off didn’t launch or came too late. The launch standard in my unit in Vietnam was two minutes; today it is 15 minutes! Can anyone imagine a fire truck taking 15 minutes to get under way? I could go on and on, but one has to ask, why? Why the changes to an excellent, proven system?

        The answer is the Obama-Panetta Doctrine. In response to the horrible abandonment of dying Americans in Benghazi, Defense Secretary Panetta said: “(The) basic principle is that you don’t deploy forces into harm’s way without knowing what’s going on; without having some real-time information about what’s taking place.”

        On its face, that is a remarkable, indeed incomprehensible, change from America’s doctrine in past wars. By that standard, there would have been no Normandy or Inchon. In fact, I can’t think of a war we fought in which we didn’t go into harm’s way without real-time information or to save lives – something the president refused to do in Benghazi. Dust Off would never launch in Vietnam under that doctrine.

        Medal of Honor recipient Gen. Patrick Brady tells the inspiring, miraculous story of his days as a Dust Off air ambulance pilot in Vietnam. Get his newly reissued book, autographed: “Dead Men Flying: Victory in Viet Nam.”

        To fully understand the doctrinal change, one has to understand President Obama. He has a dearth of understanding of our military and military matters. We hear he is uncomfortable in the presence of ranking military and seldom meets with them. He is not a person who can make decisions, and he takes an extraordinary amount of time to do so, leading to such unseemly labels for a commander in chief as “ditherer in chief.”

        President Obama may have set records for voting “present” on important issues. He cowers from crisis decisions. He is a politician who thinks only in terms of votes and his image. Although I was a psychology major back in the day (I’d love to hear a professional analyze risk and Obama), I won’t try to define his insides, but I believe he is risk-averse – fearful of risk – and that is the basis of the Obama-Panetta doctrine.

        This aversion for risk dominates Dust Off rescue operations where, in addition to an unconscionable reaction time, risk assessment is the primary consideration for mission launch – not patient care. In two years flying Dust Off in Vietnam, I never heard that term, nor did any Dust pilot I know. The ASOs, remote from the battle, have developed time-consuming algorithms to analyze risk while the patient bleeds, something that’s impossible to do by anyone other than the pilot and the ground forces at the scene.

        And Obama’s terror of risk contributed to the massacre of Americans by terrorists in Benghazi. We hear that the president did not even convene the Counterterrorism Security Group while the Benghazi terrorist massacre was visually and verbally available in real time. That is like ignoring FEMA during Hurricane Sandy. But once you bring in a group labeled anti-terrorist, you have to acknowledge terror exists, something the president is loath to do.

        My veteran friends are horrified by the Obama-Panetta doctrine. At least 359 retired flag officers support Mitt Romney – only five that I know of support Obama. Some 150 former prisoners of war also support Romney; I know of none who support Obama.

        America needs to listen to these veterans. They understand leadership. They know how to deal with risk in war. They would not want this man with them in combat or crisis. They never left a needy comrade behind. Obama did.

          • Perceptible Future
          • Your right RyanMN, but once that door is cracked and the real agenda is revealed there will be no going back. The question then is “Are you willing take it to the end?” because the rabbit hole goes a lot deeper than Republicans and Democrats. A lot deeper…

            • bill o'rights
            • Absolutely.

              Is Romney the man who’s willing to take on this colossal task?

              Even if he’s not, we must ask if he is, at the very least, willing to bring the nation back to perceived normalcy? Can he at least buy us time, so that we may work to get our nation back?

              For my part, I believe he clearly wishes to undue all that Obama has put in place.

              We KNOW the roadmap Obama is using, and we KNOW it leads to the utter destruction of our nation.

    • Randall
    • WSI sounds like Mark Levin. Though the “titans of industry” sounds more like something out of the 1940s!
      Under the worst of circumstances we lose tomorrow. All bets then off.
      However, if Romney wins and Reid retains control of the senate… then what? At least 2 more years of gridlock.
      Akin and Murdouch… big mouths. Ugh I’d like to slap them both.

      • bill o'rights
      • Romney will win, because Americans have remembered their love for their country, like a wonderful childhood memory once forgotten.

        And, as for Reid, my suspicions tell me that Romney has equipped himself with an essential ‘I-know-where-the-bodies-are-buried’ advisor. In fact, that may be what triggered Reid’s defensive sounding ‘I can’t work with Romney’ remark. I think that was both an admission that he knows Romney will win, coupled with false bravado one would expect from a naughty Chihuahua.

    • Essa
    • Can’t help but remember the outpouring of support for Chick-fil-A which gives a strong indication of how the election is going to turn out. WSI hit the nail on the head when mentioning the word oppression. We see where our country is going, and we are not going to take it anymore.

      May God Bless America once again. Go Romney/Ryan!

    • LM
    • Tomorrow is the beginning of a new era in this country, when we return to the values of our founding fathers and to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. May God bless our beautiful and wonderful land.

    • cobra
    • Thank you, UM, WHI and WSI, and all the patriots who posted here.
      Let’s roll.
      GOD bless the USA.

      Down with the Obamatollah!
      (chapeau bas, BSTM..)

    • NameBM
    • WSI, let me say that I am glad God gave you the strenght to still be with us today.

      And more importantly tomorrow to see the Man who calls himself Obama being defeated.

      As a favor to the all the “birthers” who endured years of ridicule, I would like to call on you to release in your own way and own timing what you have learned about this ghost to the effect you stopped calling him simply Obama.

      Too all who understand the definition of Natural Born and the distinction it had with Native born, Obama was never elligible. Yet, if indeed the location of his birth made him not even a Native born American, the people should finally know.

      It is by educating them on the truth that we can, as a Nation, prevent another foreign (born?) influenced man to become President of the United States.

    • sartana
    • There seems to be some shenanigans going on in Minnesota regarding early voting. Here’s a brief video report from a local Tea Party activist:


      If this is not merely some local anomaly, then this portends something ill for the rest of the country tomorrow. Are there any Ulsterman readers from the Duluth area that could confirm this report?

    • luxuryoption
    • WSI:
      After the election, please release what info you have as to the true origins of ‘the man calling himself Obama’. Once and for all we would like to know the truth of who he is…even if it’s never brought into the mainstream.

      Thanks in advance!

    • luxuryoption
    • WSI:
      Once the election is over, please release any information you have in regards to the true identity of ‘the man calling himself Obama’. This could help bring closure to this tragic episode – if not prosecution.

      Thanks in Advance!!

    • lovelypeace
    • I never actually thought election day would get here.

      I’m so thankful for this forum and WSI’s pre-election note.

      Praying for all of us/good results tomorrow!

      • Francesca
      • I second those sentiments. I am so grateful for all you have done and are doing for our beloved America. How wonderful it is that you are able to witness our triumph. Take very good care.

    • truthandjustice
    • Here we go………..

      “Obama may claim victory early to ‘demoralize’ GOP

      Chicago source: Preemptive declaration based on early-voting numbers
      (THE BLAZE) New York Times best-selling author Brad Thor, based in Chicago, tells TheBlaze that the Obama campaign may be planning to preemptively announce victory in the presidential election based on early voting numbers in an attempt to “demoralize Mitt Romney supporters.”

      Citing a “very solid source” in Chicago, Thor says the Obama campaign is looking to make it appear to voters that they have “this thing sewed up and are less than 24 hours to victory,” according to his source.

      Meanwhile, team Obama will also urge voters to get out and vote so they can say they were part of the important 2012 election that resulted in a second term for Obama.


    • daybreak
    • One of the things I have started noticing about Mitt Romney, and you can see it plainly in the above photo, is the kindness and goodness that just shines from him. It really radiates from him, that he is a good and trustworthy man. I think that so many of the stories and anecdotes that we’ve read and heard about him illustrates these qualities. Especially his quiet moment of prayer recently in Colorado. LOVED that. A man who has been in his position is no pushover, and this along with his good character is a reassuring thing to me. I think that is one reason why we have seen such huge crowds gravitating towards so many of his appearances. He radiates Hope…a real hope for our future and not the fake and false promises of the man who calls himself Obama.

      Thank you, Ulsterman, for providing the information and forum for us patriots these last couple of years. It was brave of you and I know there was no little danger involved in doing so. I have been reading your reports since the newsflavor days, and all the ups and downs are finally coming to fruition. I thought this day would never get here and I cannot wait to get this election over with!

      To White House Insider, thank you for letting us see the down and dirty underbelly of the beast. It does not surprise me that the reality of politicking is far different from what most Americans imagine, but I thank you for shining a light on the behind-the-scenes machinations and personalities of the people in the Democrat party and of Obama himself. I hope this is a lesson that Americans will not soon forget. If he seems too good to be true, he probably IS!

      And Wall Street Insider, my thanks for your decision in the end to step up and use your many years of knowledge and influence, which is probably far greater than we may ever know, to help your country. Whatever you did, whatever strings you may have pulled, it is something that I’m sure only a few people could have done and I look at my family and grandchildren and am so thankful that you chose to do so. My prayer is that you will enjoy continued good health to see the recovery of our great nation back to full prosperity.

      Can’t wait for the book, gentlemen!

    • Jules
    • UM, while I do dig what you’re getting at with the picture above, I can’t help think of a duet made with the benefit of modern electronics, that of Nat King Cole and Natalie.

      It’s beautiful, but you can’t help wishing they were in fact alive and together when they sang it.

      Nat & Natalie Cole sing, “Unforgettable”:


    • Holly Martin
    • I attended a Romney rally in Fairfax, VA today. couldn’t get in the building, but Mitt came out and said Hi to the thousands waiting outside afterwards!

      It was cold, but worth the wait!

    • Kay112

      You didn’t know if you would live to see this election. You have found you have many friends here who have prayed for you these past 8 months or so. We pray for you to see this election through. When that Romney victory party occurs, know you have played a great part in this election!

      After the victory party, keep on keeping on with more goals for a better America tomorrow and onward…. We shall count on you to keep on fighting the good fight. God isn’t ready for you yet! There is more work to be done here and you, ‘Our Special Friend’, are capable of great things so don’t quit the fight. Forge onward, Sir!

      Thank you for all you do. We appreciate you greatly.

      • SueK
      • Bo’R,

        Polls also open in MA and already there are reports of rampant voter fraud with vote counting machines not working in several municipalities. Voters are being told to drop their ballots in a ‘box’ or large trash bag ‘to be counted.’ Yeah, right.

        This has been reported to the appropriate officials, but will anything be done to stop it?

        Looks as if the Dems are a bit scared….

    • sartana
    • This election is shaping up to be the biggest fraud since the Selling of Barack Obama.

      There’s no reason Romney should be polling even in the popular vote considering the Republican landslide of 2010. He’s done nothing to reverse the trend that election signified.

      Can someone explain, and has anyone even tried, just how Romney could be polling slightly behind Obama in Wisconsin when Scott Walker emerged victorious from that recall by overwhelming numbers?

      If Romney doesn’t win this electon by five to seven points, then it’s certain fraud.

      How could Romney be running just about even in two blue states like Ohio and Pennsylvania while running behind in most swing states?

      Just doesn’t add up.

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