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Showing posts with label GOP. Show all posts
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Friday, July 6, 2012

Ted Nugent and the Civil War...

Ted Nugent is a Far-Left Democrat and RINO in disguise. Ignore him and his comments about the Civil War. After all, he is the guy who threatened to murder the President of the United States--which is neither Constitutional, Biblical, nor acceptable. By the way, the Democrats started the Civil War (Remember that Abraham Lincoln was a Christian, abolitionist Republican; and the exception among Democrats at the time included pro-Union Andrew Johnson) and the KKK (with Nathan Bedford Forrest as one of its founders). Therefore, Ted Nugentbelongs with the Far Lefts and the RINOs who are, essentially, self plants intent on infiltrating and destroying the Republican Party--which many Democrat Southerners also were and intended to do after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was passed. 

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Why a Romney White House Is Possible in 2012

Among other reasons:


  1. The "establishment" (Non-Far-Right) GOP will be able to convince Independents and Democrats who voted for Scott Brown over Martha Coakley in Massachusetts that Mitt Romney, besides having been a successful-enough governor of Massachusetts, is a Scott Brown equivalent in many respects.
  2. Former Governor Romney will be the first Hispanic president-- since George Romney was born in Mexico-- and the first Evangelical Mormon president, which will appeal to those who want novelty in this election cycle.
  3. 2009-2011 were Democrat legislative and executive years. Wanting change by way of having Republican congressional and legislative years, many will vote out Senate Majority Leader Reid and President Obama as they voted the Republicans out of having the Senate Majority leadership in 2006 and the presidency in 2008. 

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Graceless Gingrich and Sort-of Supercilious Santorum

By Former Speaker Gingrich's speech last night, one can easily judge that Newt Gingrich won't take his opportunity to graciously drop out of the race-- after all, he thinks that his home state (even though Georgia is only one of 10, and of two out of 50, states) will be enough to help him win.

As for sort-of supercilious (though more-or-less-openly-haughty) Former Senator Santorum, he's relying on 2012's Southern Strategy-- Oklahoma, Tennessee, and the southernly state of North Dakota; as well as the Trifecta of Colorado, Missouri, and Minnesota-- all quite southern in their Republican culture as well. The South, with few exceptions, tends to pick the Far Right (who are quite honestly RINOs and closer to the Southern Democrats) and the Far Left; the Southern Democrats of old (and speaking of "of old", the Classical-- 19th Century-- Conservatives, the 18th- and 20th-21st-Centuries Liberals).

In other words, the Far Right are really liberals and RINOs, better off as the Southern and other Democrats that they were, and best off not continuing to co-opt the Barry Goldwater play re the Civil Rights Act; and Rick Santorum-- as well as Newt Gingrich, might I add-- may as well drop out and join the Democrats and let the real and viable Republican, Mitt Romney, take the 2012 GOP nomination. But Santorum and Gingrich may be as the Democrats and RINOs-- too graceless and arrogant to take the quiet way out of a losing game for them; as Congressman Dennis Kucinich demonstrated that Democrats, with few exceptions, do, by the way.