Skip to comments.Before Carly There Was RIchard NixOn (What about "Global Governance?")
Posted on 06/08/2010 1:03:34 AM PDT by Nextrush
We're all supposed to be really excited that Carly Fiorina is "on our side" because she's been endorsed by various and sundry organizations.
The National Rifle Association, the National Right To Life Committee, the Susan B. Anthony List etc. By now, many of us realize these groups have a record of endorsing incumbent politicians and political insiders, plus candidates that are less than 100 percent Pro-Life or Second Amendment.
National Right To Life always endorses my GOP congressman as "PRO LIFE" when he only voted Pro-Life 57 percent of the time in 2007 and 2008. Then there's the half-way Second Amendment supporters like Arlen Specter that the NRA has endorsed in the past.
Carly Fiorina herself said in 2008 she was "Pro-Choice."
Then recently, we have been reminded of Fiorina's involvement in the World Economic Forum's leadership. Those internationalists who dream of a global society when they meet in Davos, Switzerland every year.
Is the Republican Party taking us for an emotional ride to endorse a business as usual politician who's a supporter of the "New World Order" or "Global Governance?"
I say yes.
If we look back in history to 1968, then candidate Richard Nixon is discussing his foreign policy priorities with political journalist Theodore White, who puts it down this way on page 172 of his book "The Making of the President 1968."
.....then he said that if he were elected President the very first thing he'd do would be to try to get in touch with Red China. There had to be an understanding with Red China. In ten or fifteen years it would be impossible to run the world if Red China weren't part of it."
When Nixon got elected, he not only went into "detente" with the Soviet Communists, he "opened up" China to where it is in the world today. Nixon also cut the Paris Peace Accord on Vietnam, his "peace with honor" that would end up being violated by the the Communists with Vietnam's fall.
Nixon won the presidency with soe 43 percent of the vote, barely ahead of Democrat Hubert Humphrey. But 14 percent of the vote went for the third candidate, George Wallace. Together, Nixon and Wallace voters gave Lyndon Johnson a landslide repudiation.
Nixon's political challenge for 1972 was to draw closer to the communist countries in the name of linking economies while drawing the more conservative voters into his camp.
Nixon's political strategy involved emotional connection with conservative voters on issues like "law and order" which echoed Wallace's opposition to the riots and protests on the nation's streets.
Nixon also began an anti-news media strategy. Conservatives deeply resented a news media as agents supporting radicals and protestors.
Vice-President Agnew attacked the "nattering nabobs of negativity" and the Federal Communications Commission chaired by Barry Goldwater's ex-aide Dean Burch took up a Fairness Doctrine complaint against NBC News.
The FCC ruled against NBC, but NBC won most of what it lost in court appeals.
In the end, its no surpise that the media went after Nixon on the Watergate matter.
What I'm trying to say is that since the days after Barry Goldwater, the GOP moderate strategy of those who advocate "internationalism", the "New World Order" or "Global Governance" is to hustle conservatives with emotional issues on the side while they pursue buildng the new system of supernational control.
People like Carly Fiorina and other GOP insider politicians of today should be judged above all on where they stand on "Global Governance."
Forget the other issues with these people, because its all for show.
Talking our talk but walking in another direction.
Electing Carly would be adding to the problem; rather than solving it.
Our goal is to retake Majorities in both Houses. Not supporting the Republican, RINO or not, only helps to keep the current criminals in charge for two more years and emboldens the Obama agenda including the future make up of the Supreme Court.
ANYBODY BUT BOXER, ANYBODY BUT BROWN. That's it, nothing else matters.
These are ‘Issues Bureaucracies’. For example, the NRA has no interest in freedom and gun rights. All the NRA hacks are employed keeping gun threats going. Is there a National Cheeseburger Association, with hundreds of staff, pensions, jobs, headquarters? Is there a First Amendment Shake The Can crew? No, and the NRA, and others, don’t ever want it to be that way. Just like ‘March of Dimes’ was for polio. Onec polio was cured, did they fold up shop and lose their jobs? No, they just found something else.
‘Is the Republican Party taking us for an emotional ride to endorse a business as usual politician who’s a supporter of the “New World Order” or “Global Governance?” ‘
Do you have to ask? It is what I call Imperial socialism. You have a small group of people who think of them self as “leaders” controlling natural resources using socialism to control the the work force.
Bye bye free market and the U.S. Constitution.
Take a stand or loose your freedoms.
Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people. - Henry Kissinger
I'm no Nixon fan, he turned out to be one of the more liberal presidents of the 20th century. But I think we should give him some credit for his rapprochement with China.
It was an attempt to develop a relationship that would separate them from the USSR. I don't think world government had anything to do with it.
As John Mitchell said, "Watch what we do, not what we say."
“Vote your Conscience in the Primary, but vote your Party in the General.”
I disagree. I won’t vote for a Democrat because they are beholding to the likes of Reid, Pelosi, and Barry. There is the rare Independent that will get my vote. I investigate the Republican candidates and then choose. Endorsements from my party mean little to me. The San Luis Obispo party endorsed Abe Maldonado and I’d never vote for him.
Go Steve Poizner!
Go Chuck DeVore!
Maybe I assumed that everyone here knows that there is no such thing as a Conservative Democrat, so when I stated “you vote your Party in the General”, I was obviously referring to the Republican Party.
I will attempt to clarify myself in future posts.
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