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September 21, 2011 in Campaign 2008, Campaign 2010, Campaign 2012, Capitalism, Christianity, Economy, Family values, Health care reform, immigration reform, patriotism, Politics, socialism, Terrorism, Uncategorized | Tags: Barack Obama, Campaign 2012, Economy, jobs, President Zero, Rick Perry
I’m still not convinced that Gov. Perry is the naswer yet, but this is a Great Ad about President ZERO:
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September 21, 2011 at 2:07 pm
They out did themselves with this add. It is sad to say but we laugh and he snickers because what is happening is exactly what he wanted to happen.
He doesn’t just want to level the playing field between the workers and the loafers he also wants to level the playing field in the world. He hates this country so much he wants to see us sniveling and groveling on our knees where he thinks we belong begging for mercy.
One of these days just maybe someone that loves this country might get enough courage and guts to stand up and say for all the world to hear and see that he is a marxist, communist sociopath that was never eligible to be president in the first place.
September 21, 2011 at 2:27 pm
Let me comment this (I don’t have much time before I must leave):
I think this ad is nothing more than a Hollywood produced indoctrination piece.
Where’s the SUBSTANCE? Where’s the PLAN?
What is Perry going to do to get “America working again”?
Hope and Change sure didn’t work out too well, and now Perry is coming up with his own “slogan”.
Can SOMEONE, ANYONE link to where we can read Perry’s PLAN?
At least Hermain Cain and Ron Paul have a PLAN to get us back moving again.
Like Obama, I believe that Perry, and Romney are nothing more but the same ole, same ole.
September 21, 2011 at 5:07 pm
Yes, we do need to see the SUBSTANCE, the PLAN. Yes, Perry is another Bilderberg afficianado. I do think that Romney and Perry are Republican lites, and we do need more than RINO’s. Ron Paul is too far out there, but Cain…. Cain I could get behind.
September 22, 2011 at 4:37 am
I was listening to Hannity on the way to bowling tonight and I heard Cain on. He admitted that right now he hasn’t gotten much traction, but he said that just to give him a little more time…..
As far as Paul goes, I like him alot. You call him “out there” and I would respond with I believe Paul is a realist, and the American people are too scared to listen to the truth, so they vilify the messenger.
In my opinion Paul is right on about 99% of what he says. I don’t think he comes across as the brightest bulb in the pack, but if you actually LISTEN to what he is saying instead of HOW he says it, the substance is correct.
Take the “the fense can be used to keep us in” answer he gave at the Reagan debate.
He’s absolutely right. It COULD be used against us, and we have to keep that in mind if we complete it.
Just as an example:
Who would have thought back in the 30’s when Social Security was started that it would be used for the disabled and survivors? I believe that if you would have suggested that it would be used in the way it is used today, you would have been given the same evaluation of your answer that Paul was given for his “fense” answer.
Same with his answer about why Muslims dislike us. If we’d keep our nose out of their Countries, I think they’d leave us alone, but we don’t, we went over there in the 80’s under Reagan, and we’ve NEVER left. Give me a break, if a foreign army was in our Country for that long, I think I’d be a little pissed off myself.
Paul is right about Israel, we need to stop giving ALL Countries foreign aid, simply because we are borrowing the money to give to them. I’m not suggesting we should abandon Israel, and I don’t hear Paul saying that either, he’s saying that Israel is over 60 years old, it’s time for us to stop propping them up, and let them stand on their own. I only lived with my parents for 18 years, I’m thinking supporting Israel monetarily for 60 years is plenty long for them to go it alone.
Paul is right about Iran, we need to quit trying to tell other Countries how to run their land. There was a time when we had every right to take out our frustration on Iran, and we chose to back Sadam, and have him fight our battle for us. THAT didn’t work out too well, now did it? I haven’t heard or read about ANY Iran backed terrorist attack, or any attack on any other entity (oh there was that little thing back a few years where that dingy tried to board a US ship and was blown out of the water), but that was a little insect bite, not a full fledged attack.
Paul is right about shuttering WHOLE Departments.
I just do NOT understand why Paul is so vilified. I believe it is because he speaks the truth and:
“WE CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH”
I remember back in 92 and 96 when Perot was vilified in pretty much the same way. Wouldn’t you like to know where the Country would be right now if Perot had won?
I don’t think we’d be any WORSE off, and who knows, maybe his plan would have worked.
We’ll never know.
One last thing about Paul,
I was driving the other day and I saw a car with 5 or 6 Paul bumper stickers on it. I was interested to see who was driving that car so I pulled along side. It was a man in military uniform. We know for a FACT that the military makes more donations to the Paul campaign than any of the other candidates to the tune of about 3 times the amount donated to the other campaigns.
I’m thinking that if THEY support Paul’s foreign policy, and they’ll be the ones who have to defend Paul’s foreign policy, then I believe that they have looked at Paul’s foreign policy stances and agree with him. I may be wrong, but I honestly don’t think I am.
Paul isn’t an extemeist in my opinion, he’s a REALIST who wants to get back to what the REAL intent of the Constitution is, not WAS but what it’s intent IS.
Just my two cents.
September 22, 2011 at 9:59 am
Paul may be a realist, but he must also be pragmatic. I don’t think Paul should be villified. And sometimes, while Paul’s ideas may be spot on, making them so visible can be a problem. I do not think he is loon as the media tries to portray him.
September 22, 2011 at 2:54 pm
I just wish the media would report on some of the issues Paul raises instead of “shooting the messenger”.
Isn’t that an Alinsky rule?
I like Cain alot also, I just haven’t heard what his stance is on how to conduct war, what his foreign policy strategy would be, what Government Departments he would shutter (if any), and so many other issues that he needs to address.
I like his plan for the economy. It is BOLD and different, and should be given a chance to work, by anyone who is elected.
If for no other reason than the road we are traveling on now isn’t working out too well for us.
And in my opinion another tax cut along with UNcurtailed spending isn’t getting us ANYWHERE.
Proposing an increase of 7 TRILLION dollars added to the national debt over the next 10 years ISN’T going to “help” us. THAT’S what the House gave us for electing a Republican majority last year, and the turn around in the Senate.
I honestly do not like the “return on our investment”…….
September 22, 2011 at 3:19 pm
don’t hold your breath waiting on the media. Like who knew Paul was #2 in NH polls as of this week.
September 23, 2011 at 3:26 am
I think Paul has a REALISTIC message, and the people are hearing his message from sources other than the MSM.
The MEDIA doesn’t want the public to know the truth.
Can I please make one other point on Paul?
He has been vilified for putting “pork” or riders on a bill, and he admits to doing it.
The FACT is, on EVERY ONE of these bills he voted NAY on it.
I liken that to my stance on Social Security, that being that it never should have been started, but I have paid in for 34 years now, and I’ll be damned if I won’t accept the benefit I will receive in another 18 or 20 years.
He has WON or placed second in almost every process held by Republicans so far this election cycle.
Is he electable? Realistically, NO, but his message sure needs to be heard, understood and implemented by those who do get elected next fall.
And who knows, maybe if his message is heard by more and more people, maybe the rest of the candidates would support him, or implement some of his solutions.
Time will tell.
September 23, 2011 at 1:02 pm
All I want to say about Paul is he is against my God therefore he would be the lesser of two evils again.
He wants to legalize drugs and prostitution and he voted to repeal don’t ask don’t tell amongst other things.
September 23, 2011 at 1:44 pm
What do you mean “he is against my God”?
As far as legalizing drugs, I agree with Paul’s position. His position is that a person should be able to do with their body what they see fit so long as that action doesn’t infringe on other people’s rights.
For example, at least in my opinion, it would be like alcohol, as long as you don’t drive impaired, it’s ok to have liquor.
The same reasoning could be used for drugs. And just think, you tax the drugs, and it serves two purposes:
One it brings NEW money in to the Treasury and………..
It means we could shutter the drug enforcement agency.
And as far as legalizing prostitution:
In my opinion it’s called free enterprise. Why should the Government be able to tell women (or men)what they can and can’t do with their bodies?
I have no problem with drugs or prostitution, my problem is that the Government is spending way too much money restricting people’s LIBERTIES.
There shouldn’t be a safety net. Those who choose to ruin their lives with drugs, or by selling their bodies should suffer the consequences (if any, because there are many hard working people who go home and smoke a joint after a hard days work) WITHOUT the Government being there.
Family, Church and NON Government sponsored Community Organizations should be used to help these people.
September 24, 2011 at 2:02 pm
The ends never justify the means. Your body is the temple of the living God per Paul the apostle. It is not yours to do with it what you like.
That is what is wrong with this country and how we got where we are, rationalization.
That is America’s disease always trying to justify what they want to do whether it is good or evil..
I am all for helping people with their problems but not legalizing the problem so they can feel good about themselves.
We can not pick and choose which one o God’s laws we will obey. God has given us the ability to make choices in our life, we can choose life or we can choose death.
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