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  • RocklinConservative

    LOVE LOVE LOVE IT !!!! (sorry about the caps 🙂 )

    • Rightstuff1

      ECHOE ECHOE ECHOE what you LOVE LOVE LOVE !!!! 🙂

    • white531

      With three days left, Caps are okay.

  • poljunkie

    I have always been a fan of Kid Rock. I love that he tours with my all time favorite band Lynyrd Skynyrd (who mostly lean right). He may be a little rough around the edges but he can rock out and thats what I really enjoy. When I go to a show it is 90 min or 2 hours of forgetting reality.

    I have a new respect for him, since he has been supporting Romney and Ryan. He has done it in a gracious way- by supporting the ticket, and not overtly blathering on personally about politics which would turn off some of his fan base. (Are you listening Bruce Springstein?).

    Anyway- this is a great video.

    • badbadlibs

      No wonder Kid Rock’s marriage to Pamela Anderson didn’t last. They couldn’t be further apart politically if it were bo married to Ann Coulter! 🙂

      • poljunkie

        I forgot about that.

  • proudhispanicconservative

    I love this ad!!!!!!!!!!! Such a contrast with the empty feeling the people that visit Obama’s Rallies. I hope they make one with the visit in Ohio where he drew 30,000 people that should really be rocking.

    • Orangeone

      30,000 for Romney, 2,800 at Barky Boy’s. The panic is setting in. All you have to hear is “Revenge”. Is this is secret message to riot? Other than 2008, I cannot remember an election with this much violent speak and action. Cars are vandalized, 2 packages outside early voting poll in FL discharged by bomb squad, NAACP in Houston poll moving minorities to the front of the line and offering to fly them to OH to vote for Barky. No one is stopping this. Why isn’t the national guard at every poll in this country to truly True the Vote?

      • LibLoather

        “Barky Boy”. Priceless!!

        • Orangeone

          Thank you, thank you very much. And no I can’t mimic Elvis 🙂

      • Jazzee

        Yes ‘revenge’ is CODE
        go to and see the video of the Blacks in Chicago going against obama, rahm and the destruction of property in their community…..they are awesome and have been thrown out of the loop…… respect

        • Orangeone

          Saw the Breitbart article tweet! Have to wonder if this group voted for Barky Boy and are now reaping the results of their vote.

      • proudhispanicconservative

        You are absolutely right, he could impose martial law, that really scares the crap out of me. I am also fearing riots.

    • Jazzee

      amen!!!! makes me wanna dance

  • 911Infidel

    Romney draws 30,000 in Ohio. The Osama Slayer only drew 2800. Its landslide time.

    • Orangeone

      It’s panic time. The Dem violence, threats and intimidation are growing.

      • 911Infidel

        Yep. Even the tiny little Bill Maher is getting into the act.

    • Nukeman60

      I’m sure, just like at the convention, Obama asked them to stay home. After all, they are too busy creating multiple ballots for him and they can’t waste one minute.

      • 911Infidel

        Yeah that, and the Dhimiratz just aren’t that excited with their failed Messiah. It ain’t 2008. Its more like 2010. The Tea Party will rule again.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Nice. It really builds excitement and hope.

  • 911Infidel

    Barone predicts that Romney will win by 315 electorial votes. Stewart Varney thinks that R squared will win with 5% of the popular vote. Morris is more optomistic than that.

    I’m sticking with Rsquared by 4-7% of the popular vote and 275 – 320 electorial college votes.

    • badbadlibs

      Not sure what to make of this;

      “In The Last Few Hours…Sudden Danger Signs In Polling”

      • poljunkie

        I dont know either.
        I just read that FEMA ran out of water in the storm area. How does that reflect well on Obama?
        In my view everyone- or most everyone has their mind made up on their votes. With so many voting early- that makes it a little more of a crap shoot. BUT I honestly dont think the photo ops with Christie helped.

      • Patriot077

        Lets “share” the revenge/love of country ad for the next 3 days. That should help a great deal.

        Not sure how credible Dick Morris is. On some things he is right on, others not so much. I pray that the polls are just as atypical as this particular election is. I think more and more people really get it that this is for all the marbles.

        Freedom or thugocracy. Pick one.

        • badbadlibs

          Freedom or thugocracy. Pick one.

          Dang, that would have made the single best bumper sticker of all time! I would have had one made up if I had seen that earlier, with your permission of course.

          • Patriot077

            I just thought of it myself 🙂

            • badbadlibs

              Well, at least it wasn’t floating out there somewhere and I missed it. 😉
              But, store that one away for any future necessities…God forbid.

      • Yvette47

        Hey badbad – I think Dick has a lot of knowledge to impart & I’m on his e-mail list, but I have to tell you, I’m getting very tired of every single e-mail of his containing a frantic message that his/Michael Reagan’s super PAC desperately needs money. The latest couple have started out saying Mitt Romney is in trouble, so I need to contribute money. Then a day or two later, he’ll be writing/videotaping that Romney will win, is doing well, etc., etc. Frankly, he’s kind of losing a little credibility with me.

        • badbadlibs

          Yea, I always found him a little less then credible. Now, his stories make sense, thanks for the heads up.

          • 911Infidel
            • badbadlibs

              That certainly makes, Yvette47″s point.

              • 911Infidel

                There are other sources besides Morris that are trending Romney’s way. Morris is in the business of election prediction…and yes the Super Pac business. I don’t necessarily care one way or another. I’ve done my own analysis and I’m with the crowd that says that Romney will win in a decisive fashion.

      • p m

        Surprised Morris would take those numbers so seriously – hard to imagine that writing a few cheques, as zero is required to do anyway, will erase the disasters of the entire term. The job approval number is suspect too – do we really believe 48% of the country approve of the usurper’s performance? I don’t, not when his base is at most only 25% of the population.
        Not buying it – maybe Morris is just trying to gin up the campaign’s ground organization. I believe the voters are way smarter than those numbers would indicate – just looking at the R&R enthusiasm alone. Just my 2 cents.

        • colliemum

          You’re spot on, p m – people are no longer taken in by that POS.

      • colliemum

        The only valid message I’d take from this fear-porn (as Kevin DuJan calls it) is the last sentence: ‘work like h*ll’.

        He, like all the other pollsters, don’t know what is going on and are hedging their bets.
        One photo opp with Christie has not fired up all the unenthusiastic Obama voters all of a sudden. The images of the devastation are driving home the message that the POS in the WH came, saw, and went back home.

        People have seen through his posturing. He will not win.

        But still – work your socks off! Send the last ad out to everybody. Do everything you possibly can.
        And stop reading the polls, the MSM and don’t believe the fear-porn they peddle.

      • tshtsh

        Looks like in his effort to stay revelant, Dickie is giving me a case of whiplash.

      • Nukeman60

        Obama certainly gained a few points from the hurricane, as he was high profile with Christie. However, with the most recent news of people still without power, gas, or food/water, it may be by Monday Obama might just be looking more like the partisan political animal he was to grab the spotlight in the first place.

        People have to understand what the last four years have done to them and no one incident will deter people from ousting this fraud from office.

        I still have confidence.

        • badbadlibs

          I like how you think.

        • redheadgrl

          I agree, Nukeman. The suffering going on in the NE right now, no food, power, looting, people on night watch over their homes with baseball bats to prevent home invasions, violence at gas stations — it’s bad. I don’t think Mr. Obama’s bump from the disaster will last long.

  • badbadlibs

    Bo, listen up….this is how much the American people REJECT YOU as a person and REJECT your slimy cohorts, and your anti America, pro marxist agenda.

    • Orangeone

      If I may: LISTEN UP AND GET OUT OF OUR WHITE HOUSE AND FREE COUNTRY. Sorry for the caps folks.

      • badbadlibs

        No need to be sorry! Cap away…we’re talking our very lives here!

        • PVG

          You are so right!

  • badbadlibs

    WE the people are going to take America back. HEAR US NOW, BO?

  • Jerseygalnny

    I just added this to our little collection here! Take a look and join us, live chat on Tuesday evening! 3 more days! 3 more days! Romney/Ryan, Rock on!

  • Yvette47

    Everytime I see a video of him speaking I am struck by how positive, optimistic and completely inspiring he is. Then I contrast that with the White House current occupant’s speeches – he isn’t fit to carry Mitts dirty socks!

    • white531

      Mitt Romney is a self made man. The very thing, that all Liberals fear.

      Someone, who doesn’t need the government, to live his life.

      Mitt Romney represents everything they preach against.

      You simply can’t be successful, without the help of the government. It’s just impossible!

      Apparently, that Liberal lie, is not true.

      Might be interesting, to have a President like that. Don’t you think?

      • Yvette47

        Oh, I know what it’s like to have a good, principled leader – a true leader, who loves our country & its people! I’m old enough to remember Reagan well & voted for him, as well as for Bush. I expect Mitt will be every bit as good, if not better than Reagan. I was happy to vote for him this year.

        I didn’t buy into the ideology of the Narcissist in Chief the first time around, either. I figured he wouldn’t do much good, but as much as I didn’t like him in 2008, I never in my wildest dreams could have predicted how seriously damaging & corrupt he & his administration have been.

        In the past few weeks he has exposed himself as the truly rage-filled, hateful, empty person he really is – when he shows all of himself, the depths of his rage are absolutely frightening!

        He has to go!

  • p m

    Wonderful. Smiling faces, thumbs up, huge crowd, real optimism. Such a long four years it has been. Landslide…

  • Best ad yet! I love it !

  • Theconservativechic

    Please dear GOD in Heaven, let him win!!!

    We’ve suffered enough. Pretty please.

    • 2besusie

      Amen, amen, amen.

  • colliemum

    This was so good to see: the faces of all the people. The smiles, the warmth.
    There was no hate, no gloating, and above all – no hysterical adoration like we saw in the crowds for the POS in 2008.

    And another thing: my great-aunt used to judge people by their eyes.
    “He has good eyes” was her highest compliment.
    I didn’t quite understand what she meant when I was young, but I have learned since, and do understand now.

    Mitt Romney has good eyes.

    • Nukeman60

      Look into someone’s eyes and you have a window into their souls. That’s the main reason I’m going to the polling station on Tuesday, rather than early voting or absentee voting. I want to look into the voter’s eyes.

      That will tell me what the ‘people’ feel and not what the polls tell us we should feel.

  • We don’t need a rock star. That’s for bubble-headed Leftists. On the other hand, America is a rock star for the world. And we need a leader who actually wants America to continue to be great.

  • 2besusie

    Did anyone else get the chills like I did?

    Love, love this video. Had to play it several times ’cause it made me feel so hopeful.

    • DebbyX

      Yes, it was inspiring!

  • theresaaa

    Love it !

  • Fantastic. Keep it going, America. We need your help now more than ever. Let’s make it happen for Romney on Tuesday, November 6. We can do it.

  • LibLoather

    Positive, hopeful, awesome!!

    Vote Romney/Ryan on Tuesday!!!

  • SaraPFan

    This is a great video. I saw some footage a couple of weeks ago of this rally in Colorado. I didn’t see the aerial view though. I didn’t know they had to turn people away because of overcrowding. To walk four miles up a cliff assures me that these Colorado residents will make it to the polls on Tuesday. I’m really starting to get hopeful because these polls are so contradictory.

  • ChicksLoveRight

    Corrupt media would be ALL OVER the story fawning and drooling if Obama had same numbers in rallies this year!

  • mder4thegov

    Great ad, Sarah Palin-like.

  • white531

    He’s a good man. If he wins, and I think he will, he will win, because he’s a good man. It’s been a few years, since we have had a good man, running this country. It’s about time.

  • kayray444

    The Red Rock Rally really moved me….it was SPECIAL!!

  • westbankmama

    Every Israeli I talk to says that they are hearing that Obama will win. They hear the radio announcers quoting the polls – and then I say to them, No, Romney is going to win, and win big (G-d willing). I then have to explain why. I tell them about the mistake that the pollsters are making about their assumptions about voter turnout (Israelis turn out to vote at a rate of 67%, which is down from the past – it used to be 89%!) and I try to explain what a good person Romney is. They of course don’t hear any of the good stories – just the mainstream media spin.

    I really hope I get to say I told you so.

  • SKL53

    Forget about polls!!! Just LOOK at the CROWDS!!!!!!!!!1

  • bobemakk

    Go Romney!! AND I love the signs, “Democrats for Romney,” watch closely and you will see them.

  • Haywoodjbl

    I grew up in Colorado and I can tell you Red Rocks is one of the great places to ever see a concert or an event.

    We need your help Colorado, Obama must go

  • Now that’s one hell of an add! And I hope it resonates with the people of Colorado and the rest of the country. Red Rock…You Rock!


    …if this video doesn’t FIRE you all up to VOTE 4 the ROMNEY /RYAN 2012 ticket nothing will .So make sure you get out and VOTE Obama and his minions in the Senate OUT OF OFFICE and put them on the UNEMPLOYMENT LINE !”

    P.S. VOTE 4 : ROMNEY / RYAN 2012 on November 6 and save the REPUBLIC !

  • DebbyX

    Beautious! (not a typo) I wasn’t real enthusiastic for Romney at the beginning, but after watching him, I’ve really come to respect him, and I truly respect Ryan. My heart will be in my stomach Tuesday night, I don’t know if I’ll survive. Here’s hoping for the results we’re all praying for!