Why we fight the red herring
Left wing academics cum politicians are great at the art of misdirection and Obama is nothing if not an academic/politician – a poor one, but one nonetheless. So why do so many voters keep on believing him? He would dispute it, but his contention that, say, The Heritage Foundation is only concerned about tax cuts for the rich is right out of the Communist Manifesto. He believes conservative think tanks, as | Read More »
Does a New England win mean a Republican win in Nov?
Super Bowl XLII on February 3, 2008 in Glendale, Arizona saw the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots 17-14. New England came into the game undefeated and have been since been dubbed one of the biggest busts in the history of the NFL for their inability to finish off a great season. Fast forward 4 years and the same two teams are in | Read More »
Two Catholics and a Mormon
For the first time in its over 150 year history, the Presidential nominee for the Republican Party will either be a Catholic or a Mormon. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (Mormon), former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (Catholic) and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum (Catholic) are the three legitimate candidates left in the race to face President Barack Obama in November. In a country | Read More »
America After Obama
Barack Obama has gone from the “one we’ve been waiting for” to the one we can’t wait to kick out. No one ever thought one man could bring the nation to its knees, but here he is living in the White House. And on our knees we have been praying for the day that he leaves. The audacity of a president hell-bent on destroying our | Read More »
I neither love nor hate Newt Gingrich, but I sure get a kick out of his demagoguery skills.
Let’s face it, the new-found love for Gingrich is the pepper in the eye of the establishment side of the G.O.P. Tent. And that endears Newt to me just a little, but that’s not enough to win me over. My analysis of why Newt won South Carolina is two-fold. (H.T. CNN Exit Poll data) 1. Most (88%) of the Republican Primary electorate in South Carolina | Read More »
On the Republican Primary and what is wrong with the Legislative Branch
I was asked by a friend on Facebook to post my views on two topics. The current republican presidential primary, and the problems with the legislative branch of the federal government. While these items should be treated as two separate topics I will, for the sake of the request try to cover both here. The Republican Presidential Primary I am currently, on the eve of | Read More »
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DOOM DOOM DOOM DOOM DOOM! – For them not us.
Perspective and Principle *The perspective of an individual is more often shaped by their skewed perceptions, not their objective observation. *A principle is something that was, is, and always will be true. Conservatives shouldn’t be giving in to Romney just yet Given the state of the primary so far… I’m not so convinced that Mitt Romney is the worst of the pack by ideology, rhetoric, | Read More »
T.E.A. 2.0: MI U.S. Senate Candidate Konetchy Turning ‘Taxed Enough Already’ into ‘Take Effective Action’
T.E.A. 2.0: MI U.S. Senate Candidate Konetchy Turning ‘Taxed Enough Already’ into ‘Take Effective Action’ Contact: Peter Konetchy, 231-578-9602, email@example.com; www.Konetchy.us ROSCOMMON, Mich., Jan. 11, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — Where does the Tea Party Movement go from here? How does Taxed Enough Already expand to more effectively create a climate for returning morality into our american lifestyle, political culture and candidates? Peter Konetchy, a candidate for US | Read More »
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Why the ‘Anybody-but-Mitt’ attitude is going to bring us….Mitt
I am firmly in the camp of ‘Anybody but Mitt’. However, my preferred candidate is not in the race so I am left squarely undecided. I am researching and listening to everyone in the field, yes everyone. I haven’t made up my mind yet, and won’t until the primary gets to Georgia. My concern is that we are all so apoplectic about NOT choosing Mitt | Read More »
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Regulate baby regulate!!!!!
Global Warming Advocates Running Scared: Regulate Baby…Regulate!!! Jim Gschwind PHD The Despondent Correspondent In anticipation of a conservative victory November 2012, governmental agencies involved in “Green projects” and regulatory affairs are scurrying about frantically attempting to impose as many regulations on business and the American people as possible before any funding is pulled by an incoming administration. This has been especially noticeable | Read More »
2012: A time to fight
No, I’m not advocating violence. I’m just observing the existence of a conflict between 2 completely irreconcilable ideas (and the people who hold them) that’s been growing for the past 100 years in America. On one hand is the simple idea that “by the sweat of your face you will eat bread, till you return to the ground”. Or stated only a bit more pleasantly, | Read More »
Newt and the Media: What Republicans Can Learn
First, let me make clear that this post has nothing to do with who should be the nominee. Newt Gingrich is now the clear front-runner for the nomination. There are several aspects that led to his rise (including the downfall of Cain and the limited alternatives), but the main reason is his focus on our main opponent in 2012 (and it’s not Barack Obama). That | Read More »
What if Tim Pawlenty were still in the race?
Tim Pawlenty has got to be kicking himself right now. Since the primary started, the race has been between Romney and the Anti-Romney. From Bachmann to Perry to Cain, there has been a rising star only to fall back to earth. But Pawlenty never had his chance to see his star rise, because he exited so early. It is true that he bungled some things | Read More »
Endorcing Newt Gingrich — Why I support him to be the Next President
I am not affiliated in any way with any of the candidates, but have decided that I think Newt would do the best job as president. I will start by saying that what I am looking for in a president is as follows: 1. I want someone who can and will set us on a course to balance the budget, will improve the economy, and | Read More »
Newt Gingrich:Cashing In on His Political Connections
“You can fool all of the people some of the time, and you can fool some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time!” –Abraham Lincoln No Republican candidate running in the 2012 Presidential Primary is a bigger member of the Republican political establishment than Newt Gingrich. He represents everything that the elite Republican | Read More »