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Mitt's False Religious Credentials

Will Mitt Romney simply do as Obama did? Will he inappropriately invest public dollars into his special interests? That is how he did it for himself to get rich while he was enjoying firing others. Past conduct is the best predictor of future behavior. I will not go into the details, but will encourage folks to investigate Bain while he was there. It has an interesting financial background. I believe Mitt Romney will NOT be a wise steward of public resources. Mitt Romney enjoys that perception of the Mormonism because it assist him in establishing himself among conservative nationwide, by association. The perception of Mitt Romney as anyone close to conservative is false. I personally would like Mitt to come clean with the FACT that he only wants to be president, just like Obama. He has little desire to do what is either best or even good for America.

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Why obama is Toast

This just in from the Associated Press: The Commerce Department said Thursday new-home sales fell last month to a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 307,000. The pace is less than half the 700,000 that economists say must be sold in a healthy economy. About 302,000 homes were sold last year. That’s less than the 323,000 sold in 2010, making 2011 ...

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Stupid Politicians

Today a premium is placed on being sensitive, understanding, and tolerant. For those of us in the know, we recognize this malady as political correctness. This disease of PC softens truth with the goal of changing it, or at least rendering truth ineffective. Softened words are used to protect the feelings of individuals. Words such as “stupid” are looked down ...

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Romney's Taxes – Is It Any Of Our Business?

First, we have to pretend that it’s any of our business, that a candidate’s personal tax records have any bearing on what sort of president he will be. Then, let the spinning begin. Depending upon who you want to believe, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is either a crook or a hero. Challenged by fellow Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, ...

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Why I “support” Mitt Romney unapologetically (and I don’t need to make a case against Newt Gingrich!!!!)

When I was a kid… I didn’t know a thing about Charles De Gaules, John F. Kennedy or Yitzhak Ben Zvi (The Israeli Knesset leader) … and I didn’t care!!! When I was a teenager… I didn’t worry about Jacque Chirac, Richard Nixon or Golda Meir… and I didn’t care!!! When I was a student… I heard Francois Mitterrand, didn’t ...

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Conservatives Get Stupid, Again

What a let down. Here conservative Republicans were so close to respectability and even acceptance in polite society. In Prince William County, VA where I live, conservatives convinced themselves we’d come far from that time in the recent past when the Washington Post described evangelicals (essentially another word for conservative Republicans, since there is considerable overlap among the two demographic ...

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President Mitt Obama.

Timmy Pawlenty started the comparison of Mitt Romney to Barack Obama using the phrase Romneycare. Yet, the reality is that Mitt Romney has done the best to promote the idea that he (Mitt Romney) is the duplicate of Barack Obama. I prefer to call him Obama-lite. Tonight in the FOX Debate in South Carolina twice in the first twelve minutes ...

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Patriotism and Partisanship

I’ve noticed a troubling trend in patriotism lately. It would appear that those who live and breathe politics see patriotism as a partisan (or, at least, right versus left) issue. People hear the word “patriot,” and automatically assume that it’s code for “conservative.” They see some kind of covert plan to rebrand conservative ideology. Is it possible that patriotism has ...

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Which Rick Is More Conservative?

Rick Santorum said the following in a radio interview (VIDEO): “One of the criticisms I make is to what I refer to as more of a Libertarianish right. They have this idea that people should be left alone, be able to do whatever they want to do, government should keep our taxes down and keep our regulations low, that we ...

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What have we Learned after Nearly 3 Years of Obama?

In his National Review Article, Professor Victor Davis Hanson breaks out this startling statistic: The U.S. government is already borrowing every three days what all of America spent on Black Friday. He continues with his Obamavisceration: Even the Nobel Prize committee will soon grasp that it tarnished its brand by equating fleeting celebrity with lasting achievement. And a final warning/lesson we ...

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words: North Korea vs South Korea

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this one may be worth more.  As a humble blogger, I can tell you it’s not hard to type 1000 or even 2000 words, but it is difficult to make them compete with a picture like this: This is the difference between North and South Korea on a given night.  ...

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The Occupy Movement and Communism

Asking the Occupy protestors what they hope to accomplish yields little in the way of results. It isn’t that they are trying to be stealth with their intentions; rather, most truly do not know what they aspire to achieve now that they are receiving attention for their little gathering. I use the word “little” intentionally because for them claiming to ...

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