Classic Nick Searcy (@yesnicksearcy) Campaign Video

Interacting with Nick Searcy on Twitter (@yesnicksearcy), I am reminded of a classic campaign video. Great mixture of humor and seriousness:

P.S. Nick's prediction for the election as of about 8:30PM Eastern, Tuesday, November 6:

A Plea to Vote and to Not Vote for a Fringe Candidate

It may not convince you, but here is Bill Whittle’s impassioned plea for you to vote, and not to do so for a third-party candidate:

“Conservatism is Calling”

Bill Whittle posted this on his Facebook page. Well worth the time to watch:

Dick Morris Thinking Positive Thoughts

Since recent pro-Obama campaign videos have been so depressing, let’s instead have some positive thoughts from Dick Morris:

Yes, the Videos Could Become Worse

Yes, neither of these are from the official Obama campaign like the one that likened voting the first time to losing your virginity, but these two newer ones prove there is no level certain people on the left will not go to lower the dialogue.

And do not press play on this one until there are no children who can hear (and even then it may be best not to watch since it is so foul)…

You can thank the Future Children Project for the first and for the second…

Honor the Memory of Ty Woods by Helping His Family (Wife and Baby)

Thanks to Dick Morris for putting out a link to donate to Tye Woods, one of the brave former SEALs who fought for our land and our citizens in Benghazi. If you can afford it, please donate to the Tye Woods Memorial Fund.

Even Better than Peanut Butter & Chocolate: Angry Birds & Star Wars!

I’m sure they are waiting until two days after the election to release the game so as not to affect the outcome:

You know, people might not vote ’cause they are so busy playing :-)

When You Lose Oliver Stone…

Sure, overall it’s from the left, but…

"The country Obama inherited was indeed in shambles, but Obama took a bad situation and, in certain ways, made it worse," write Stone and Kuznick, reports Politico. "Rather than repudiating the policies of Bush and his predecessors, Obama has perpetuated them."

(Hat tip to Drudge Report.)

Can They Really Get Any Lower?

After today’s news that our President thought it appropriate to use an expletive to describe his opponent, you’d think there could be 24 hours before news of something even more in the gutter. Nope, because this campaign has "no class" on steroids:

No, I am not a prude. Some sexual innuendos are funny (especially in the early days of television comedy). This is just crude. Not to mention that they try to shame (extort?) young people into voting for them:

It’s a fun game to say, "Who are you voting for?" And they say, "I don’t want to tell you." And you say, "No, who are you voting for?" And they go, "Guess."

Think about how you want to spend those four years. In college age time, that’s 150 years.

I guess I can add "give in to peer pressure" to my list of "What Our Children Have Learned from Democrat Presidents."

And no…this isn’t some PAC. Watch to the end. This is an official campaign video.

(Hat tip to Mark Levin.)

An Intermission from All This Craziness

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