Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

...I know, the evening is not yet over but I'm glued to the cable stations watching the election results rooting for Scott Brown like I rooted for Robert O'Donnell in Virginia.

I wondered, as I munched on a pimento stuffed green olive, exactly how long it would take for Keith Olbermann at MSNBC to play the race card in the Brown vs Coakley election (Brown = a member of the "tea-bagging, racist, sexist, homophobic movement" while liberal Coakley = lives with angels.)

It was 17 minutes.

What. A. Jerk.


From Drudge Report....

Scott Brown (R) 56%
Martha Coakley (D) 43%
Rasmussen Reports: 22% of Dems voted for Brown; Voters who decided in past few days favored Coakley... Developing...
LARGE: Reports of 50% turnout...
Mass. secretary of state dismissed vote problems...

Even the churr-ren are turning on the President? 

Harsh.

"...What about the nation's kids? TIME FOR KIDS and KidsHealth wanted to know how things are going for you. To find out, we went straight to the source. We asked 1,000 kids, ages 9 to 13, about life at home, at school and in the U.S. What we learned surprised us, impressed us and reminded us that being a kid isn't always easy.

National Issues

Our country's leaders work to improve the U.S. and the world. How are they doing? Here are the grades kids gave them. Kids also graded President Barack Obama on his first year in office.

Obama's Grades:

 

  • A: 19%
  • B: 30%
  • C: 24%
  • D: 10%
  • F: 16%