Friday, August 31, 2012

America Gets To Know: Mitt Romney - The Man and The Leader

"America got to know more about Mitt Romney's life tonight, than Barack Obama's four years in the White House," was the immediate response from a senior Republican delegate from NM on the bus, as we were leaving the Forum following Romney's acceptance speech. 
The quote above summarizes up the goal that Mitt Romney has aimed to reach in his first introduction to the nation, as the Republican nominee for President of the United States. This election is not only a referendum on Barack Obama's job as president, but also a choice of two different directions for the future of our country, and the distinct character style in making the case to the voters, in order to earn their trust in leading the nation through these troubling times. 

Thursday, August 30, 2012


At some point of this convention, i somehow seemed to get tired and unenthusiastic about the November elections. The featured speaker offered way too low hard hitting specifics on Obama and too little positive talking points about Romney speeches. Until the trio - Condi, Martinez and Ryan showed up.

If I would have to sum up these 3 prime time speeches in three words, it would be: They got it. These experienced, policy oriented individuals, each with a compelling story behind them, took the room down. But they also offered something new, something refreshing, something that America could relate too. it had all of the right screws and the right pitch to take it to the American people in the most unique but effective deliverance: Dugri- Straightforwardness.

Now its all up to Romney to sum it all up, by offering a detailed and specified policy direction that will convince the American people to trust the promise, once broken by President Obama, that this time its about Turnaround.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Romney Stands with Israel Against Iran

While President Obama is getting the support of the Israeli Media, and President Peres praising him and criticizing PM Netanyahu for demanding a stronger approach towards Iran, Mitt Romney actually has the compassion to side with israel and its worry from a nuclear Iran.

Below are excerpts of Romney's interview with Scott Pelley for CBS News:
"Scott Pelley: Is it worth going to war to stop an Iranian nuclear weapon?
Mitt Romney: We certainly have to maintain all options that we have. But Iran becoming nuclear and potentially providing fissile material to Hezbollah or other of the groups that are associated with that nation, the potential of those groups bring that fissile material to our continent even to the United States, that's unacceptable. No question in my view that we can put all matter of pressure upon the regime that's there, but they have to also know that a military option is one which we would be willing to consider if they do not take action to dissuade a course towards nuclearization.
Scott Pelley: A Romney administration would not allow a nuclear weapon?
Mitt Romney: It's unacceptable for this nation to have Iran to become nuclear, have a nuclear weapon.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Senator Storobin on cover of 'Bakhila' Hebrew Magazine: "I'm Confident I Will Win."

Brooklyn -- State Senator Storobin reveals to the Bakhila -Hebrew oriented Orthodox Magazine distributed in  NY, that he visited HaRav Ovadia Yosef, Shas' spiritual leader in Jerusalem, and that he accepted his warm blessing in actively succeeding on behalf of the Jewish community in New York. 

Storobin also met with Rabbi Aharon Leib Shteinman, the prominent Lithuanian Spiritual leader, and Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky in Bnei Brak.

Senator David Storobin recieves a blessing from Rabbi Aharon Yehuda Leib Shteinman

In a cover story featuring an interview with the Republican Senatorial candidate, Storobin spoke about his Israel visit, Obama's Israel and Iran policy and the path towards Victory, in which he is confident he will defy the skeptics once again.

Monday, August 20, 2012

How Obama's Bibigate Could Cost Him The Presidency

What I have been saying all the time as a lone voice, the Boston Globe now sees or at least previews in details, that Obama's presidency is in jeopardy due to the bloody relationship with Israeli PM Netanyahu. A Flip of 10-15 percent in support among Jewish voters - especially in the heavy contested swing states - could end up costing Obama the presidency. 

The words speak for themselves. If Obama won Florida over McCain with roughly 3 points (51-48.2), there's no question that however u look at it - if the trend continues and Obama loses in general around 10 percent of the Jewish support he had in 2008, than in a close election as its predicted to be, a 10 percent shift among Florida Jews (8% of the electorate) is just enough to tilt the state into Romney's electoral column.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Romney - My Leader; Ryan - My Man.

Paul Ryan was in my head since McCain lost to Barack Obama in 2008. Friends i spoke to, those whom i tried to comfort, told me start looking at Paul Ryan. Who is that? I asked. Just goggle his name, I was advised to do, and so i did.

Today, after following the presidential race over the past year, I can enthusiastically and confidently claim: While Mitt Romney was always the kind of leader I want and America needs at this very moment, due to the state of the Economy. Paul Ryan, is 'My Man'. 

If Budget cuts, reducing spending and the size of government, supporting Israel is called  - "Radical", according to sources within the Obama campaign, then I am a Proud Radical!

Over the next few days i will update my view on the Romney/Ryan team with regard to domestic and national security issues.