Skip to comments.Breaking: Michele Bachmann Iowa campaign co-chair endorses Ron Paul
Posted on 12/28/2011 6:18:33 PM PST by TBBT
Breaking: Michele Bachmann Iowa campaign co-chair endorses Ron Paul
Headlines on Drudge;
ROMNEY ON RISE...
IA POLL: Romney 25% Paul 22% Santorum 16% Gingrich 14%...
Gingrich cuts late bus tour in half...
Blames campaign worker’s ‘fraud’ for missing VA ballot...
Trades Chocolate-Covered Jabs...
COULTER: WHY IT’S ROMNEY...
Coulter has lost all credibility as a conservative lately.
But Romney can never get above 25%, he hits a ceiling leaving the other 75% among the others [too many others].
But that doesn’t have anything to do with TBBT’s loony conspiracy theory.
“Blames campaign worker’s ‘fraud’ for missing VA ballot...”
What did I just say?
“I invented the IPhone!”
It is always someone else’s fault if things go wrong!
“It’s Bush’s fault!”
“I inherited this mess!”
Has the doughboy ever had some of Dr. Jackson’s skin-lightening treatments?
Maybe in some twisted way Cain was a Romney plant because he came in as Bachmann was catching fire and took the votes away. Then he thanked on his own and left.
Lol, time to ease off the Newt talk methinks.
Hard to believe but there is a Herman Cain thread going on!
It’s easy to be a ‘pure’ candidate, when you will have no responsibility in implementing your promises. I see it all the time in elections. Weak candidates will use their pure platforms to club stronger candidates, in the hopes of gaining attention and newspaper headlines.
The stronger candidates, because they may have the responsibility of actually having to keep their promises tend to be less ‘pure’ for that reason.
Would you include a (former) candidate’s name as part of your screenname?
I have noticied that many sleepers tend to include “CONSERVATIVE” (or mucho conservative) in their screennames too
No, I wouldn’t use a candidate’s name because they don’t last forever, lol. Just imagine if you had used McCain and then had to live with it!!
But I like ‘words’ better than numbers and letters and you see that some places. Very boring and nothing stands out.
Well I will say that she’s helping Romney. That’s not a conspiracy either - she’s focused too much effort on tearing down the non-Romney candidates.
Supporting Paul under any circumstance is a moronic move.
I understand your thought but the man gags me.
Color her gone.
Yes, I do. I agree with all that you said.
That’s why I will not vote for Mittens or Newt.
Republican party loyalists in all 50 states are morons who don’t understand that the Republican party selling out is just as much a reason for Americas’ rapidly approaching demise as the Democrat party machine.
Newt or Mitt will not be able to revive the economy very much. The reason is very simple: all their so-called plans and ideas are either socialist or 100% rigged to help large businesses and big capital, and they completely neglect fixing some key problems that prevent further success. If those key problems are fixed, prosperity will automatically follow. Those key problems took decades to create and will take decades to fix.
It appears that many grassroots conservatives do not know what conservative policies are, how and why they work and do not want them implemented in America. Instead, they submit to fear of losing an election and jump on the compromise bandwagon to allay their fears.
Apparently most morons need 4 more years of Obama, so I will probably be forced to vote for him in order to send my tiny little 1-vote message to the Republican party machine. When people say he is destroying America, I say America is in God’s hands. If the Lord is with us, who can stand against us ? If the Lord is against us, Newt or Mitt - or anyone as President - is not going to save us. It all starts and ends with God. It’s evident that Obama is against America. The Republican establishment - and this includes both Newt and Mitt - has not stood firmly enough, they compromise, they change politics with the wind. No one, therefore, is truly any sort of advocate for the Christian faith except a few who can’t gain much political traction. Before our finances are fixed, we will need a religious revival, one of true faith as described in Scripture.
The Feral government is involved WAY too much in the lives of people. Statism does not bring prosperity. Without prosperity there is no security. Without morality there can be no solid prosperity. Moral relativism is no morality at all; it changes with the shifting sands of politics and populism.
My vote is not for sale to some Republican that says he has all the answers and they are all about state-mandated healthcare, state-controlled mortgage markets, etc.
FR has quite a few posters who are so “in the tank” for candidates other than those who support true conservative principles that it is quite striking and disheartening. Of course, “social media” is so far advanced at this point that most people don’t realize that many forums and social media sites are haunted by paid employees and contractors for various corporations and groups. What one thinks is an “opinion” expression tool is many times a way for organizations to shape and change public opinion just as much as to allow for individuals to express their opinion. One only has to do a little web searching for this type of service, as if one was trying to purchase the service, to see all the consulting companies out there peddling very sophisticated wares that offer to sway public opinion.
I guess the only reliable advice for the reader is to take everything they read with a grain of salt, do their own research and think for themselves. I have no faith in unsaved men, I have faith in God.
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