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Defeating Rudy Giuliani: 40 Days of Action, Prayer and Fasting Until Super Tuesday
Christian Newswire ^ | 12/28/07 | Randall Terry

Posted on 12/28/2007 2:45:08 PM PST by wagglebee

MEDIA ADVISORY, Dec. 28 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Rudy Giuliani is a Benedict Arnold. He wears the GOP uniform, while warring against its' most sacred principles and most revered heroes - like Ronald Reagan. He must be exposed, opposed, and soundly defeated in the next 40 days." Randall Terry

"Awake, and strengthen what remains as is on the point of death..." (Rev. 3:2)

Full Statement of Randall Terry Follows.

"From today - December 28, until February 5 - the staff and associates of The Society for Truth and Justice begin 40 days of activism, prayer, and fasting aimed at the demise of Rudy Giuliani's Presidential campaign.

"Our goal and prayer is to celebrate the 'funeral' of Giuliani's campaign on Super Tuesday, February 5. We are urging all faithful Republicans nationwide to reject Giuliani and his 'culture of death' agenda at the voting booth from now until then.

"Our actions have begun in earnest in New Hampshire (click to see video of arrests for peaceful protests) and will continue there until the election on January 5.) We will then spend the rest of January traveling throughout Florida, holding protests, literature drops at churches, sign holding at busy intersections, and dogging Giuliani at every campaign stop we possibly can until the January 29 primary.

We are working with leaders and activists in Super Tuesday 5 (Feb 5) states to follow this template of activism to expose and oppose Giuliani in every peaceful way possible.

We are frequently asked: Why are we - who are mostly Republicans - focusing so intently on Giuliani who is also a Republican, when Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama are in the race?

Answer: Rudy Giuliani is a wolf in sheep's clothing; a closet Democrat.

Giuliani unashamedly supports the killing of unborn babies by abortion; he has been a brazen supporter of special rights for homosexuals, including civil unions and 'homosexual marriage' in Massachusetts; he is a proven enemy of our God given right to self-defense, delineated in the Second Amendment.

Giuliani is a faithful practicing enemy of the Church. While he was Mayor of NYC, he revoked the Church's St. Patrick Day parade permit because the Church would not allow homosexual floats in a Christian parade. The Church had to go to federal court to get her permit back; Rudy in turn marched in successive 'gay pride' parades which are so lewd they cannot be shown on the evening news.

Ethically, socially, and politically Giuliani is the mirror image of the most debauched elements of the Democrat Party.

We are Christians first, Republicans second. To remain faithful to our Creator, His Laws, and the Culture of Life, we must expose and oppose an enemy like Giuliani.

As well as being a traitor to Eternal Laws, Giuliani is a turncoat to the Republican Party. He wears our uniform, while warring against our most sacred principles and most revered heroes - like Ronald Reagan. Rudy Giuliani is a Benedict Arnold - a traitor - to the core principles or the GOP, and therefore must be stopped.

Some ask: What about Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama?

We must not let our preoccupation with enemies outside the camp blind us to the enemies within. An enemy in the camp can cut our throats, poison our food, or engineer a 'palace coup' - a coup which could be far worse in the long run than the temporary victory of an enemy from without. We must cast out our own demons, then focus on the Democrats.

If devout Christians within the Republican Party sit silently by and Rudy ends up getting the nomination, they will soon find themselves begging for scraps from a tyrants table - or maybe worse. They may find themselves politically homeless, driven into exile by the treacherous they chose to ignore or embrace.

Besides acting decisively, we are praying and fasting for 40 days - beginning today, the Feast of the Holy Innocents when the Church remembers the children slain by Herod . We are asking God to wake the faithful from their stupor, and 'strengthen what remains and is on the point of death...' within the GOP and the religious right. We invite all who recognize our peril to join us.

Those interested in joining our efforts to expose and oppose Giuliani from the New Hampshire primary to Super Tuesday and beyond are invited to call our office at 904-461-0834 for a template of actions that can be easily done in any community in America. All you need is heart!

Randall Terry President, Society for Truth and Justice; Founder, Operation Rescue.

To Schedule an Interview with Mr. Terry call 904-461-0834


TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: abortion; giuliani; moralabsolutes; prolife; randallterry; rudygiuliani; supertuesday
Some ask: What about Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama?

We must not let our preoccupation with enemies outside the camp blind us to the enemies within. An enemy in the camp can cut our throats, poison our food, or engineer a 'palace coup' - a coup which could be far worse in the long run than the temporary victory of an enemy from without. We must cast out our own demons, then focus on the Democrats.

Got that Rooty Rooters? First we make sure the GOP nominates a pro-life candidate, THEN we defeat the 'Rat.

1 posted on 12/28/2007 2:45:10 PM PST by wagglebee
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To: cgk; Coleus; cpforlife.org; narses; 8mmMauser; Salvation

Pro-Life Ping


2 posted on 12/28/2007 2:46:21 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: TitansAFC

Stop Rudy Ping


3 posted on 12/28/2007 2:47:08 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: 230FMJ; 49th; 50mm; 69ConvertibleFirebird; Aleighanne; Alexander Rubin; An American In Dairyland; ..
Moral Absolutes Ping!

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4 posted on 12/28/2007 2:48:23 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee

Amen.


5 posted on 12/28/2007 2:49:15 PM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: wagglebee

OK, but Huckabee is a tax and spend liberal, and Mitt is a gun controller and big-state guy who put Hillarycare into place in Mass. That leaves Fred as the only pure-enough candidate I guess, but he isn’t running much of a campaign. Hmm.


6 posted on 12/28/2007 2:52:07 PM PST by Jack Black
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To: wagglebee

Are there any Rooty Rooters left here?


7 posted on 12/28/2007 2:55:38 PM PST by mnehring (Ron Paul- Politically the bastard love child of David Duke and Cindy Sheehan)
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To: Jack Black
OK, but Huckabee is a tax and spend liberal, and Mitt is a gun controller and big-state guy who put Hillarycare into place in Mass. That leaves Fred as the only pure-enough candidate I guess, but he isn’t running much of a campaign. Hmm.

I don't even think Jesus would be "pure" enough for some people.

8 posted on 12/28/2007 2:57:21 PM PST by inkling (exurbanleague.com)
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To: Jack Black

I REALLY don’t like McCain, but I would take him over Rooty, Romney or Huckabee. It’s still not too late for Thompson or even Hunter to make a move.


9 posted on 12/28/2007 2:58:42 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee; Dark Wing; Dog Gone; Gophack; Ernest_at_the_Beach; NormsRevenge; TigerLikesRooster
I support Giuliani, and have always felt that only Rudy could beat Rudy, but he is beating himself and in a way that I had not expected. It happened years ago when he let himself be photographed and videotaped in drag, but the adverse effects of that are not what you would normally think.

It's a question of personal image. Those photos and, on the web, the video, have blasted his image as a serious leader. I.e., those injure his image as "Presidential".

Ronald Reagan and Arnold Schwarzenegger learned how important public image is from their Hollywood days and so zealously guarded their public image as politicians.

Rudolph Giuliani never understood this, and that is hurting him badly. It may cost him the nomination.

So far Mitt Romney alone of the major candidates comes across as "Presidential", and his care with that image may well put him in the White House.

10 posted on 12/28/2007 2:59:04 PM PST by Thud
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To: inkling
True, but most of us would settle for at least two legs of the three legged Conservative stool, versus one. Huck is good on Social but poor on defense and economic. Rudy is good on defense but poor on social and so so on economic. Fred is good on social, defense, and economic.
11 posted on 12/28/2007 2:59:18 PM PST by mnehring (Ron Paul- Politically the bastard love child of David Duke and Cindy Sheehan)
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To: mnehrling

There are still a few Rooty Rooters lurking around here, but they don’t push the issue the way they did last spring.


12 posted on 12/28/2007 3:00:00 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee
Rudy was so long ago, you guys are wasting your time starving yourselves like liberals: because it makes you feel better to do "something." Wake up, it's not Rudy anymore.

Huckabee - no; Fred - yes. That's all you need to know for now.

13 posted on 12/28/2007 3:02:00 PM PST by Rudder
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To: Thud
It happened years ago when he let himself be photographed and videotaped in drag, but the adverse effects of that are not what you would normally think.

I don't think Rooty Toot ever dreamed that he could run for president pre-9/11.

14 posted on 12/28/2007 3:02:07 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: Rudder

As long as Rooty Toot is in the race, he’s a threat. As we saw with Howard Dean four years ago, the whole race can change overnight.


15 posted on 12/28/2007 3:04:30 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: mnehrling

I lean towards Giuliani - but I’m pretty much uncommitted.

I’d be OK with Fred, Duncan or Mitt - but not Huckabee or McCain.


16 posted on 12/28/2007 3:09:15 PM PST by MplsSteve
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To: wagglebee

Allow me to be a contrarian. I am a social conservative which means I hold all the views most of you hold. However, I listen to these guys and I think I’m listeneing to Elmer Gantry. Excuse me but that is hyperbole so no one take offense. I want a president who can execute a plan. Rudy can do that. He breaks furniture but he does it. His influence on moral issues is limited except to naming judges and he has said he will choose strict constructionists.


17 posted on 12/28/2007 3:13:16 PM PST by AZFolks
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To: wagglebee
I don't think Rooty Toot ever dreamed that he could run for president pre-9/11.

I've read articles before where people that have known Rudy for a long time, say that he - like Bill Clinton - has always wanted to be President. I also think that Rudy - like Clinton - cannot control his "desires of the flesh".

And you want to know what else I think? I think Rudy really enjoys dressing up like a woman. He has always known he wanted to run for President & he has to know these pictures would be used against him - but he cannot control himself. His whole mantra is "if it feels good, do it". In fact, I think he is a LOT like Bill Clinton.

We can do so much better than this.

18 posted on 12/28/2007 3:15:39 PM PST by alicewonders
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To: AZFolks
His influence on moral issues is limited except to naming judges and he has said he will choose strict constructionists.

Actually, that all depends on what Rooty's definition of "strict constructionist" is.

Rudy Giuliani interview on Hannity and Colmes, July 21, 2005

Some of his statements:

"And what's important to me is to have a very intelligent, very honest, very good lawyer on the court. And he fits that category, in the same way Justice Ginsburg fit that category."

"Presidents, going back to the beginning of the republic, generally appoint people on the Supreme Court that they believe agree with them."

19 posted on 12/28/2007 3:20:26 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: alicewonders

He is a lot more like Clinton than any of his supporters are willing to admit.

What I meant by not thinking he could be president pre-9/11 is the fact that he really didn’t have a national stage.


20 posted on 12/28/2007 3:22:13 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee
ANY Republican - save Ron “Clinton/Soros funded” Paul - is preferable over ANY Democrat. “Conservatives” that want a Pyrrhic victory for the sake of “principle” run the risk of losing the chance to regain the presidency in a generation and at worst lose our form of government to a bunch of eurosocialist wannabees or way of life to Islamofascist capitulation. I prefer Thompson but I’ll take my chances with Rudy as the least of evils if he is the nominee.In the end, National Security trumps all.
21 posted on 12/28/2007 3:33:29 PM PST by Apercu ("A man's character is his fate" - Heraclitus)
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To: mnehrling

here’s one!


22 posted on 12/28/2007 3:45:20 PM PST by codercpc
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To: AZFolks

He is a liberal and no conservative should support him. I was one of his supporters at first. Then I started learning more and more about his views and that quickly changed. We do not need anyone like him near the White House.


23 posted on 12/28/2007 3:45:59 PM PST by MamaB
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To: alicewonders

We can and we have to.


24 posted on 12/28/2007 3:47:08 PM PST by MamaB
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To: Jack Black
That leaves Fred as the only pure-enough candidate I guess, but he isn’t running much of a campaign. Hmm.

No, he's not. Duncan Hunter is more "pure" than Fred is! ;o)

25 posted on 12/28/2007 3:53:43 PM PST by NRA2BFree ("The time is near at hand which must determine whether Americans are to be free men or slaves!")
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To: wagglebee

While I like Rudy, I can’t vote for him for president. Our values are too far apart. I’m concerned that if he gets the nomination, all the GOP’s men will not be able to put the elephant back together again.


26 posted on 12/28/2007 4:22:02 PM PST by CindyDawg (.)
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To: wagglebee
I'm not excited about McCain either, but listen to his thoughtful and reasonable thoughts on reasoned response to the Bhutto assassination.

...makes more sense that the knee-jerk reactions of the other foreign policy know nothings from EITHER "party".

27 posted on 12/28/2007 4:26:19 PM PST by FixitGuy (By their fruits shall ye know them!)
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To: AZFolks
"His influence on moral issues is limited except to naming judges..."

Hillary and Obama are limited EXCEPT for naming judges too. And I don't believe any promises any politician makes when trying to pander to me to get my vote UNLESS his past record dovetails with the promise, which Giuliani's does NOT.

28 posted on 12/28/2007 4:27:08 PM PST by penowa
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To: FixitGuy

Also...Rudy’s love for NAFTA and his willingness to admit it, alone, makes him a traitor!


29 posted on 12/28/2007 4:28:17 PM PST by FixitGuy (By their fruits shall ye know them!)
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To: wagglebee

Randall Terry?!!! Gotta be kidding!

He’s sooooo 1980’s.

Oh, and I like Rudy (Fred, too)


30 posted on 12/28/2007 4:32:18 PM PST by Timeout (I hate MediaCrats! ......and trial lawyers.)
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To: alicewonders
I think Rudy really enjoys dressing up like a woman.

He's never denied that he enjoys dressing up like a woman. In fairness to him, though, he did say that his cross-dressing days are a thing of the past and that he can resist the temptation in the future.

Can these guys be cured?

31 posted on 12/28/2007 6:09:43 PM PST by tear gas (Because of the 22nd Amendment, we are losing President. Bush. Can we afford to lose him now?)
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To: Jack Black
I'll vote for anyone but Rudy, even though Romney is a clear liar and I'll be sick if he wins. The more others attack Huckabee the more I like him.

And I am a "Keyes" style of constitutionalist.
32 posted on 12/28/2007 6:53:30 PM PST by Delphinium
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To: wagglebee

This obsession with whatever candidate the two political parties are marketing this week or next misses the bigger picture. Our primary job as Christians is not to act as unpaid support squadrons for one or the other of these politicians.

Let’s take infanticide as an issue to expand on what I’m talking about. Say that one or another of these politicians actually had a snowballs chance of reversing Roe v Wade. I don’t think that any of them actually do, but let’s say for the sake of discussion that they not only could obtain a reversal of Roe v Wade, but would. I would agree that reversing Roe v Wade would be a wonderful thing and a great step forward. However, infanticide in the U.S. would not end. Those who were strongly inclined to kill their unborn children would still find a means to do so; legal or otherwise.

So I ask the question: what is the more effective means to obtain the end of infanticide; partisan politics or working to change the hearts and minds of those who would engage in the practice? I think that some combination of both is necessary, but the extent to which many Christian conservatives overly emphasize the partisan politics aspect is obsessive and self-defeating. And it’s not just infanticide, it’s other hot-button issues such as marriage and education. “If only we were to elect XYZ candidate or political party the problems would go away.” Well, the history of Christian conservatism for the last 20 or so years would indicate otherwise.

To conclude, I prefer to call things what they are. This obsession with the partisan political melodrama on the part of many Christian conservatives is bordering on idolatry.


33 posted on 12/29/2007 3:44:40 AM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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To: RKBA Democrat

Interestingly, just one month later Mike Huckabee produced his financial disclosure statement indicating that he had been paid a $17,500 consulting fee by a leading pharmaceutical company engaged in embryonic stem cell research to find a treatment for diabetes.

http://www.bobkrumm.com/blog/?p=1712


34 posted on 12/29/2007 7:37:16 AM PST by chicagolady (Mexican Elite say: EXPORT Poverty Let the American Taxpayer foot the bill !)
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To: RKBA Democrat
So I ask the question: what is the more effective means to obtain the end of infanticide; partisan politics or working to change the hearts and minds of those who would engage in the practice? I think that some combination of both is necessary, but the extent to which many Christian conservatives overly emphasize the partisan politics aspect is obsessive and self-defeating.

My feeling is that if we select a candidate that is openly against abortion - not only do we have the hope that he will be able to affect some change in the current laws - but that he will serve as a role model - especially for the young people, that abortion is morally wrong. Thus, we will have someone working within the system to change it - and also working on the hearts and minds of people to change their feelings about it.

If we elect a candidate that will not come out publicly to say he is against abortion - we send mixed signals to the people - especially the youth - it's just more of the same, "do as I say, not as I do" stuff. Kids can see through that type of hypocrisy very easily.

35 posted on 12/29/2007 7:45:03 AM PST by alicewonders
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To: chicagolady

“Interestingly, just one month later Mike Huckabee produced his financial disclosure statement indicating that he had been paid a $17,500 consulting fee by a leading pharmaceutical company engaged in embryonic stem cell research to find a treatment for diabetes.”

Can’t say I’d be surprised.


36 posted on 12/29/2007 8:27:38 AM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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To: alicewonders

‘My feeling is that if we select a candidate that is openly against abortion - not only do we have the hope that he will be able to affect some change in the current laws - but that he will serve as a role model - especially for the young people, that abortion is morally wrong.”

With respect, I question the value of politicians as role models. Except perhaps as negative ones.


37 posted on 12/29/2007 8:31:05 AM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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To: RKBA Democrat
With respect, I question the value of politicians as role models. Except perhaps as negative ones.

Sadly, I must agree - this is the result of people having to vote for the "lesser of two evils".

38 posted on 12/29/2007 9:47:03 AM PST by alicewonders
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To: Apercu
ANY Republican - save Ron “Clinton/Soros funded” Paul - is preferable over ANY Democrat.

ROFL. We must unite and hold hands to vote for POS Rudy or Huckster but not for pro-constitutionalist Dr. Paul? BTW none of Paul's donations is from Soros.

“Conservatives” that want a Pyrrhic victory for the sake of “principle” run the risk of losing the chance to regain the presidency in a generation and at worst lose our form of government to a bunch of eurosocialist wannabees or way of life to Islamofascist capitulation.

Uh Paul still supports border security (Rudy and Huckster does not) and still supports a strong national defense. If these Islamofascists attack us again they'll be obliterated and we don't have to clean up after them.

I prefer Thompson but I’ll take my chances with Rudy as the least of evils if he is the nominee.In the end, National Security trumps all.

Ben Franklin told me never to give up my liberty for security. With Rudy, you'll get a police state and national ID card, among other things. No thanks. If Rudy's nominated, I'm voting 3rd party.

39 posted on 12/29/2007 9:52:19 AM PST by Extremely Extreme Extremist (Congratulations Brett Favre! All-time NFL leader in career passing yards)
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To: wagglebee

http://mediamatters.org/items/200503220001

And we should care what Terry Randall says why?


40 posted on 12/29/2007 10:03:39 AM PST by sabe@q.com (Yes, I'm a SW freak!)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist
OK- vote for a 3rd party & help another Clinton get elected just like 1992. No thanks.Ron Paul IS funded by Soros / Clinton in an attempt to recreate 1992.With all due respect to Franklin in this day & age, common sense tells me if you don’t have National Security - everything else will soon become a moot point.
41 posted on 12/29/2007 2:55:12 PM PST by Apercu ("A man's character is his fate" - Heraclitus)
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To: Apercu
OK- vote for a 3rd party & help another Clinton get elected just like 1992.

Thanks, I will. If Rudy or Huckabee is nominated, I'm writing in the good doctor's name. Period.

Ron Paul IS funded by Soros / Clinton in an attempt to recreate 1992.

Horse droppings. All of Paul's contributions came from individuals. Without proof, all your doing is talking out of your behind. He has said he's not running 3rd party so there is no Perot "recreate."

With all due respect to Franklin in this day & age, common sense tells me if you don’t have National Security - everything else will soon become a moot point.

Franklin's words are as relevant today as they were 230 years ago. We don't need a National ID card to fight terrorism like your boy Rudy want.

42 posted on 12/29/2007 3:03:54 PM PST by Extremely Extreme Extremist (Congratulations Brett Favre! All-time NFL leader in career passing yards)
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To: marajade

So, because Terry is a sinner we should disregard him?

Why should ANY conservative care what you and the other Rooty Rooters have to say?


43 posted on 12/29/2007 3:24:14 PM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee

And who is that Pro-life candidate. There’s only two True Conservative, Pro-life candidates that I know of “for sure”; that’s Thompson and Hunter. I guess Huckabee is Pro-life but he’s not Conservative.

Most folks don’t know that many in the Southern Baptist Convention do not like Huckabee because he always chose sides with the moderate wing of the denomination against the conservative wing.


44 posted on 12/29/2007 7:05:10 PM PST by no dems (FRED THOMPSON: The only Conservative running who can beat Hillary or Obama.)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist
Bother to actually read what I posted.Rudy is the lesser of 2 evils next to a democrat - he’s not “my boy”.You brought up voting for a 3rd party - not me - which did get Clinton elected in 1992.If you believe Paul’s huge Internet donations are from “individuals” then you are truly naive.
45 posted on 12/29/2007 8:49:27 PM PST by Apercu ("A man's character is his fate" - Heraclitus)
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To: wagglebee

He’s a criminal. He should be disregarded.


46 posted on 12/30/2007 2:55:28 PM PST by sabe@q.com (Yes, I'm a SW freak!)
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