Mitt Romney spoke in Virginia Beach today, and said he would not take God out of the Republican Party platform, from our currency or out of his heart. What Romney is saying, is that the Republican Party platform will NEVER be changed without him knowing about it and having his say. You can be sure it was the same for Obama. Thinking he didn’t know that God and Israel were under attack by his own Party’s delegates is ridiculous. However Democrats spin their God v Godless debacle, ‘God’ was removed from the Democrat Party platform, along with their gift of “God given potential,” before it was put back in after a fraudulent vote of the delegates.
Democrats will not say how God was dropped, with the exception of Congresswoman and DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL) who said being Godless was not “deliberate,” meaning one of two things: 1) it’s an thing easy to leave God on the cutting room floor and not even notice, or as already proven 2) she’s a habitual liar.
Flopping Aces had a flashback today, reminding us that the GOP found it necessary in 2011 to remind Obama and his administration that ‘In God We Trust’ is the lawful motto of our country. Dang, Democrats hate that. So the GOP passed affirmative legislation making it official, that it is indeed official, and has been law since 1956.
So, Obama chided the House of Representatives for wasting time on “In God We Trust,” because, America needs jobs, but Obama’s own Press Secretary said the President’s plate was just too full to be bothered with his own Jobs Council. He didn’t say his scorecard was too full to think about jobs, but that was the story. At that time, it had been 6 months since these great minds behind the Jobs Council had gathered to discuss the 23 Million unemployed and what to do about that undeniable fact. His own Jobs Czar, General Electric’s Jeffrey Immelt, sent Billions of taxpayer monies overseas and gave jobs to ‘not Americans.’ Immelt opened a $61 Million dollar wind turbine plant in China producing those light bulbs no one wants.
In July 2012, Politico announced that some on Obama’s Jobs Council likely will not endorse him in the November elections:
At this point, the hiatus — which reached the half-year mark Tuesday — might be less awkward than an official meeting, given the hornet’s nest of issues that could sting Obama and the council members if the private-sector panel gets together.
For starters, there’s the discomfort many business leaders may feel in appearing to embrace the president with his reelection bid in full swing.
Then, there’s the fact that some members of the commission have conspicuously declined to endorse him. And that Obama has conspicuously declined to endorse some of their recommendations. And that some of what Obama won’t endorse has been warmly embraced by Republicans, including likely GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
To cap it all off, several of the companies whose CEOs serve on the panel are involved to some extent in outsourcing — a fact that could undercut the ferocious attack Obama and his campaign are mounting on Romney over his alleged ties to the practice.
The problem for Democrats? If you don’t believe in “God,” you sure don’t believe anyone has God-given potential.
Taking God out of America – Romney Won’t (video)