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Romney Lies

January 16, 2008

An interesting article highlighting Mitt Romney’s willingness to do anything to get votes, including flipflop and deceive.

McCain Remains Only Hope For Victory

January 16, 2008

The Republican race is wide open according to many in the mainstream media. When one looks at the national polls, however, it is clear that there is one candidate ahead of all Republican candidates and one candidate who can beat any of the Democratic candidates head-to-head.

Who is the candidate? John McCain. Despite media hopes that his campaign would collapse, McCain’s guts have seen him hold on and remain a frontrunner. At the moment local politics (economic recession in Michigan) are clouding voters’ judgement. What is at stake here is more significant that individual States’ concerns. Those voters in Michigan who think that Romney would prioritise their needs should his farytale ever come true are seriously misguided.

Voters in these primaries should be concerned with America’s future first and foremost. If the country is safe and in good hands, then individual states can prosper. If the Islamic extremists gain the upper hand and sense weakness in the White House, and if the rest of the world loses respect for American strength, individual states will suffer.

All voters in South Carolina must be urged to vote for national and international reasons and not local politics. The next leader of the Free World will come from this batch of candidates.

John McCain is the only candidiate suitably qualified to lead the Free World in the fight against radical Islam, to protect America’s interests, and to look after the interests of the people. He has always acted for the good of his country. Personal profit is not a factor. His country’s prosperity remains his priority.

Hannity’s (not so) Hidden Agenda

January 16, 2008

Following Mitt Romney’s expected victory in Michigan tonight, one had the equally expected ecstatic response from Sean Hannity on Fox News.

Hannity’s dislike for McCain knows no bounds. McCain’s New Hampshire victory was greeted with disdain as Hannity proceeded to belittle it by writing it off as a unique state that only went to the Arizona Senator owing to the Independent votes – conveniently ignoring the fact that the MAJORITY of Republicans voted for McCain.

Hannity should be careful what he wishes for. John McCain is the only candidate able to appeal across party lines – this will be vital against Clinton or Obama. Romney will flounder against either of these Democratic candidates – he is a businessman not a potential Commander-in-Chief.

If Romney wins the nomination, the Republicans can kiss goodbye to the White House. Does Hannity want a Democratic White House? If he does not, he should stop backing the candidate whose main policies seem to involve lining the pockets of big business and whose other opinions appear to have changed with the winds of public opinion.

Romney’s flipflopping reminds one of another famous flipflopper from 2004…

We all know how that story finished.

Dream Team? Rosie and Ron Paul…

May 25, 2007

Just a quickie here, but has anyone noticed how closely aligned Rosie O’Donnell of The View and Ron Paul, one of the outsiders in the race for the 2008 Presidency, are in terms of their political outlook?

Both O’Donnell and Paul have an interpretation of 9/11 that is significantly different from the established facts that millions saw unfolding in front of their eyes on live television. O’Donnell throws her weight behind the 9/11 conspiracy theories and sees Bush as beling involved in a huge cover-up of the ‘facts.’ Paul lays the blame for 9/11 firmly at the feet of the victims themselves and of America as a whole.

It is obscene that these opinions gather so much support and attention. While freedom of speech is one thing, dishonouring the innocent victims and their families with these ludicrous claims is unforgivable. Luckily, both have been defeated in the eyes of the public recently: Giuliani tore a strip off Paul in the last Republican debate for his 9/11 views, while Elisabeth Hasselbeck pulled the carpet from under O’Donnell’s feet on The View this week.

Paul demonstrates why he is not fit to run for President with his ‘the terrorists are not to blame’ manifesto. O’Donnell shows she is not fit to be on mainstream television with her mindless repetition of extremist, anti-American conspiracy propaganda.

Both fail to see the bigger picture. Both seem to hate what America stands for. They would make a dream team. Not politically, but rather as a comedy duo. Unfortunately, we’ve grown tired of the Bush-bashing, anti-American, ‘blame us not the terrorist’ approach.

John Edwards Against US?

May 24, 2007

John Edwards has surely hammered another nail into his own coffin with his ludicrous claim that the War on Terror is just “bumper sticker” politics. Alas, if only that were true. Unfortunately for Edwards, the enemy in this apparently ‘fake’ War on Terror continues to provide a dearth of evidence to the contrary. Plots against the USA and its allies are uncovered on a daily basis and their websites do not hide their hateful messages.

Edwards plans for the future include the surrender “withdrawal” of US forces from Iraq. He seems delusional if he fails to see the dangers of further appeasement of extremists intent on destroying America and its allies. 

Rudy Giuliani came back with the perfect response…

“I don’t understand why a Democratic candidate would be in denial of what’s actually going on. This global War on Terror is going on whether John Edwards recognizes it or not. It’s not like it’s controlled, there are people planning to come here and kill us all over the world.”

Over the next few months the American voters need to realise the consequences of voting for candidates like Edwards. A vote in that direction will lead to America’s defeat in the War on Terror and invite other extremists to take on the battle against democracy.

Further information: Fox News

Fox News Republican Debate In Six Sentences

May 18, 2007

1) Giuliani came out of the debate very strongly having been fed some juicy questions and comments relating to terrorism and 9/11.

2) John McCain defended himself with aplomb and attacked Romney with accuracy and skill but suffered slightly from weak questions such as the confederate flag issue in SC – too localised.

3) Ron Paul virtually declared himself insane with his Rosie O’Donnell performance – maybe he was auditioning for The View?

4) There were simply too many candidates and too little time for meaningful answers.

5) Sam Brownback did his best impersonation of an eyelid-fluttering Ronald Reagan but added little in terms of content.

6) The debate revealed little but the major candidates avoided the traps.