I just wanted to update all of my followers and visitors that I have changed the name of my blog. Instead of using ConservaPost, it will now be referred to as Bruski Says. The previous name is too similar to a more looked at format, but that will not change the mission of this blog. I will still be giving my opinion on everything politics.

Having no strategy will only darken the days before us, and fear will only multiply.

President Obama told the world that he does not have a strategy to sever the spine of the caliphate and thwart more terrorist acts from occurring. His sorely lacking interest to preserve freedom is more evident than ever, and now we have the King of Saudi Arabia warning Americans and Britains that we will be the target of radical Islamists. We must heed his warning, and begin showing these evildoers that any lawlessness will be met with catastrophic, merciless response.

President Obama told the world that he does not have a strategy to sever the spine of the caliphate and thwart more terrorist acts from occurring. His sorely lacking interest to preserve freedom is more evident than ever, and now we have the King of Saudi Arabia warning Americans and Britains that we will be the target of radical Islamists. We must heed his warning, and begin showing these evildoers that any lawlessness will be met with catastrophic, merciless response.

These avoidable threats we face today as a nation are unlike any other. Our inactive president and his team do not have a strategy to deal with these extremists, and that has me deeply concerned about our future. This is not the time for indecision and inaction, and I hope that those in charge will soon put two and two together and do something to keep us and others safe from these evil people and their deadly acts. There is no time to waste.

But when the cloud of rhetoric has passed, when the roar of the crowd fades away, when the stadium lights go out and those Styrofoam Greek columns are hauled back to some studio lot, when that happens, what exactly is our opponent’s plan? [This is still true six years later]

Source: Sarah Palin at 2008 Republican National Convention

Our friends in Great Britain are bracing for a possible terror attack, while Obama remains without a plan to prevent such an attack from happening here once again. This detached president is severely incapable of leading, and during such a time where our own safety is in danger. He needs to get back into the game and start doing his job, because a terrorist act in our country during his watch will literally discredit his legacy and more than it has been already. Americans demand action.

This is as true as it gets. President Obama has made it very difficult for our allies and enemies to take us seriously with his inability to follow his words with actions. And yes, his erroneous ways cannot be blamed on President Bush. This terrible mess belongs to Obama alone, and that is a fact he must come to terms with.

This is as true as it gets. President Obama has made it very difficult for our allies and enemies to take us seriously with his inability to follow his words with actions. And yes, his erroneous ways cannot be blamed on President Bush. This terrible mess belongs to Obama alone, and that is a fact he must come to terms with.

I believe we need to be more vigilant and relentless when it comes to defeating those who incite acts of fear. Freedom cannot be preserved unless we are ready to do whatever must be done - and at whatever moment - to defend that freedom. Words alone will not do this as action needs to be taken.

Failed former president Jimmy Carter will be headlining a fundraiser being held by a group that has financially supported Hamas. Let’s think about it, the latter has been murdering Israelis and this organization has been found to be giving checks written out to them and depositing the cash into Hamas accounts. This should be considered treason, as a former president of our nation should not be knowingly supporting terrorists and their allies.

People seem to forget that political comebacks aren’t a thing of the past. Richard Nixon lost two big elections, one for president and one for governor, then came back and trounced Humphrey. Even though he lost the nomination in 2008 and the presidency four years later, Mitt Romney could pull off a mirror image of what was done in 1968 with some work. Anything is possible in the well trekked galaxy of politics.