I doubt that a campaign to shout out about Obama’s helpfor the gay folks would have helped much.
A majority of people seem only too happy to accept perversion as “normal”
They voted for same sex marriage in 3 or 4 States including my own. Something I never thought I would see.
There are some sick people in this world.Including our Muslim President.
posted on 11/13/2012 6:31:59 PM PST
We lost because we're leaving the machine untouched.
Here is just one part of the problem from what I posted last night.
Ive been thinking about the road to long term victory and a return to a more traditional America and it seems to me that were so busy trying to take the castle that were leaving the marxist supply lines unscathed. We can take out the marxist at the top and another will be ready to take his place.
We have got to take control of education and end the production of new marxists. Pulling our kids out of the public schools is fine but it leaves the machine untouched and still pumping out new marxists. We also need to look at who built the machine, who maintains it and how to destroy their ability to do it again.
I wonder how many Americans went to the polls on Tuesday and gave any kind of priority to university boards of regents? These are positions that can cripple men like William Ayers who created much of the marxist indoctrination of our teachers that was and is then carried to the pre schools all the way back to the universities.
Here in Michigan I voted for tea party republican Rob Steel for 1 of 2 seats on the university board of regents. Steel finished 3rd meaning that two former union reps took the two positions. Unfortunately only a fraction of the people who voted for Romney, voted for Steel and most will say Who? if I say it today. Virtually every single state level education position went to democrats because we didnt care enough about those races to bother voting in them.
posted on 11/13/2012 6:38:00 PM PST
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