Florida is in the spotlight today.  If Mitt Romney wins - the media and the GOP elite will confirm his "right" to the Republican Presidential Nomination.  They will claim Florida as the win and the rest of the states whose voice has not been heard, be damned.


I've seen this before as a young 20 year old.  I was not able to articulate it as well as Jeffrey Lord has done in this article.  I hope you will read this BEFORE you go to the polls and vote today.


I still believe the American people are smarter than the establishment and will choose wisely the person they wish to be their President.


Go Vote...Be Wise



Newt Battles Mush From the Wimps

Palin targets Establishment GOP "cannibals" terrified of party's conservative base.

"Ford Declares Reagan Can't Win" -- Headline in The New York Times, March 1, 1980

Yet still more mush from the wimps.

To borrow a famous Reagan phrase: "Well, there they go again."

Somewhere an exasperated Gipper is doubtless shaking his head.

The war between conservatives and the Republican Establishment -- and make no mistake, this is a war -- is on once more.

The people who brought the GOP losing candidates from Dewey to Dole are at it again.

Last week's assault on Newt Gingrich -- with various Romney supporters seriously and deceptively trying to tell unwitting voters that Gingrich was never really a real Reagan ally -- in reality has nothing to do with Newt Gingrich at all.

Read the rest of the article here:  http://spectator.org/archives/2012/01/31/newt-battles-mush-from-the...

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Comment by Roma and Tom on February 5, 2012 at 7:21am

P.S. If you hover your mouse over the words in the comment below you will find the documentation in which the IMF and WTO clearly state their goal is a "One World Governance", and the Federal Reserve (now calling themselves the World Bank) is where they get their instructions from. That is the money trail, and the Power behind all this stuff you see going on.


So, until we get rid of the Federal Reserve/ World Bank, we are dealing with only symptoms, and not the cure.

Comment by Roma and Tom on February 5, 2012 at 6:17am

Steven, you make a wise point when you say,  "When is a politician not a politician? I believe once elected 99.9 of all elected first job is get re-elected."  Michelle Bachmann went into office with much integrity, and was taking classes from Ron Paul about the Constitution.  But something happened:

  • She voted to extend the unconstitutional Patriot Act ( Americans have been unfairly imprisoned due to this act...even a little boy has been imprisoned...see video below at 2.06 into it)
  • Voted  for the Defense Authorization Act that authorizes the President to retain American citizens without due process of law.
  • During a campaign speech  made the statement that the "Constitution was not designed for terrorism and the internet".  Justice Scalia disagrees...the Founders were not inexperienced when it came to terrorism by any means, and we have laws already on the books to deal with them.:  http://educatorssite.com/?p=763

It is often said "follow the money trail" , but that statement goes right over most peoples head.  Most of our politicians make millions while in office.  But the important questions are:  where is the source of the money, and who wants to stay in power.

Check out The IMF and WTO  goals for our us and our children

The United Nations is proposing a global tax  which is globalization Central Bank Style… not free market style globalization. (but look at the last paragraph-underlined words to see who is behind all of these guys.)

The “IMF staff relies heavily on the expertise of other institutions. These include the World Bank (Federal Reserve ) regional development banks, the United Nations Development Program, the International Labor Office, , the World Health Organization, and other U.N. agencies In particular, the IMF looks to the World Bank (Federal Reserve) for policy analysis, reform options, and estimates of their budgetary cost, as well as data on social indicators.” The article continues to say, “the IMF staff largely relies on the World Bank (Federal Reserve) to take the lead in the design of social safety nets, which are then incorporated into IMF-supported programs.

The Federal Reserve  is the money source, and the entity that wants to stay in power.  It is never enough power to satisfy them though...they always want more. 

Here is a video showing the consequences of the unconstitutional Patriot Act (see 2.06 into it)

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Comment by Steven M. Rowe on February 4, 2012 at 8:34pm

John in my humble opinion yes in a lot of ways. When is a politician not a politician? I believe once elected 99.9 of all elected first job is get re-elected.  We vote them in and off they go.While most may have good ideas soon they learn the DC way, those who buck the system are loners and one timers. I would hope with the rise of the Tea party we would remind them often of why they are there.  As we all know DC has been broke a long time. Will it change? As long as the silent masses are silent the answer is No it will not.  OK has Newt ever done anything good? Newt is the best vetted candidate. Romney the best protected. I wonder if they will protect Romney like they did George Bush? 

Comment by w. lee dungan jr. on February 4, 2012 at 8:15pm

in my humble opinion you made up your mind long before this conversation and I don't think his ideas cost him anything what cost him I believe  was the witch hunt started by the hippie hag from san fran.

Comment by w. lee dungan jr. on February 4, 2012 at 7:28pm

he knew the dangers going in and he handled it and now the smarter ,better ,tougher Newt will get this country out of the obummer gutter,if you knew Newt like I know Newt we wouldn't be having this conversation.

Comment by w. lee dungan jr. on February 4, 2012 at 7:01pm

Mr. Newt learned from Reagan if you do what the people are paying you for its all GOOD!!! 

Comment by Jack on February 4, 2012 at 6:33pm

I agree steve, thats what I have been trying to say. If the people we are fighting hate him then we should support him. Maybe for the sake of arguement Ron Paul is the better candidate. If we have no chance of getting him elected then we should at least support the best candidate that we can get elected and that sure as hell isn't Romney. Even if I wasn't a Newt supporter I would still say that he is the best chance that we have (if not just by default) of beating the washington establishment. An establishment which is fighting tooth and nail to keep him from getting the nomination because they fear him. Why do they fear him? Because they can't control him and because he will not play the game by their rules..................

Comment by Steven M. Rowe on February 4, 2012 at 6:03pm

If I had nothing else to go by I would consider the person most hated by the establishment which would include all of congress. To me that is the most telling. Please tell me one more time how Newt was booted out by his party?  What lying cheating theirs don't like Newt? Not sure having congress's love is such a good thing. I am extreme I believe  we need to boot out those who support socialism which takes care of one party the other party voted at least 85% of them out. Maybe then real changes will start. 

Comment by Jack on February 4, 2012 at 3:35pm

Newt endorsments and TP supporters:

Herman Cain, Fred Thompson, Chuck Norris, Sarah Palin, Rick Perry, Eric Erickson, Michael & Nancy Reagan, J.C. Watts

Romney endorsements:

Donald Trump, John McCain, Newspaper after Newspaper......etc

Chris Christy & Ann Coultor, what are they thinking?

All he needs now is Charlie Crist and Bill Nelson to cap off the list.


No real point to this post, just an observation. The enemy of my enemy is my friend and the friend of my enemy is also my enemy. Romney has nobody that I really consider my friend endorsing him. Unlike Newt, who has a lot of people that I consider to be strong supporters of the Tea Party supporting him. That just makes me wonder where the Tea Party support should really be.

Comment by Roma and Tom on February 4, 2012 at 3:30pm

The test of any candidate should be our Mission Statement...does he understand the Constitution, and would he uphold his oath of office.

"I, name, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and I will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States."


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