Augmented Reality

augmented realityQuoth the POTUS “I am not on the ballot this fall. Michelle’s pretty happy about that. But make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot. Every single one of them.”  Ya’ mean like ObamaXcare, Benghazi, and Fast & Furious, or was he referring to IRS targeting Conservatives or his Arab “apology” tours?

I bet a whole bunch of Dimly-crats are with Michelle Obama on that statement. They only wish his agendas were also not on the ballot.

Obama-weary voters sour on Democratic incumbents running for re-election

That quote was from Denver, CO. Many other areas are also becoming “Obama-weary.” That is good news for Republicans and Conservatives, because it  appears that no matter how hard Rinse Pribus (sic,sic) and his buddies try to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, they will fail. In spite of the Great Rino giveaway, it looks like the Republicans will have both the House and Senate majorities.

That does, of course, assume that you, dear Conservative, will not set at home with your thumb up your … . You really do need to get out and vote. After all, the Obama machine is out there with their fraudulent and grave-yard voters. In some areas, that will carry the vote just about whatever we do, making it all the more important that all Conservatives, Republicans and Independents get out and vote our democrat incumbents out of office. And don’t forget about California, where the elected Democrats vows include  “‘Til Death do us Part”

Augmented Reality? Have you heard a speech from POTUS lately? That gives a whole new meaning to Augmented Reality*.

Nov 4, 2014 — de-Augmented Reality day.


*Augmented reality (AR) is a type of interactive, reality-based display environment that takes the capabilities of computer generated display, sound, text and effects to enhance the user’s real-world experience.

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