Browsing the blog archives for April, 2011

Obama Shocks The Republicans By Picking Romney For His Running Mate In 2012

Obama shock comes in a move touted by the media as “political brilliance” when he chose Mitt Romney for his vice presidential nominee. While this move was shocking to some who had been told that Mitt Romney was a conservative, after the initial shock wore off, the policies in so many areas showed such an amazing similarity that one wondered why obama had not not chosen Romney in the 2008 election. Wall Street Journal, Washington Examiner, Hotair, to the Weekly Standard and Cato Institute show us how Romney has a strong problem with conservatives and independents who are not fans of government takeover of healthcare.

An Amazing Miracle In Jerusalem On Easter In The Place Jesus Died And Rose From The Dead!

In The Divinely inspired Holy Scriptures in the book of Exodus chapter 3, it is recorded :

Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian. And he led the flock to the back of the desert, and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. And the Angel of the LORD appeared to him in a flame of fire from the midst of a bush. So he looked, and behold, the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not consumed. Then Moses said, “I will now turn aside and see this great sight, why the bush does not burn.” So when the LORD saw that he turned aside to look, God called to him from the midst of the bush and said, “Moses, Moses!” And he said, “Here I am.” Then He said, “Do not draw near this place.

How The GOP Can Defeat Obama in 2012

Taking a page from the Clinton War Room *
In 1992 incumbent president George H. W. Bush, despite enjoying relatively strong approval ratings as high as 89 percent right after the Gulf war, was deprived of a second term in large part thanks to one man, but it wasn’t Bill Clinton or H. Ross Perot. Although Perot’s independent effort did its damage, analysis of Perot voters shows that the damage he did affected Bush and Clinton in proportions insufficiently out of balance to have made the difference for Clinton:

Perot’s voters voted overwhelmingly for Democratic Governor candidates, and only marginally in favor of the Republican candidates for the House and Senate. Perot’s voters favored Republican Senate candidates by 2.28%, and Republican House candidates by 2.69%. Because Perot’s voters were only 1/5th of the total, that translates into about another 500,000 votes or 0.5% for Bush

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Monumental Attack Against Texas Conservatives

The House Redistricting Committee map plan (a.k.a., Solomons’ map) is a monumental attack that is meant to silence conservative voices in Texas for the next ten years to come.

The Solomons’ map eviscerates the conservatives, has nine pairings, and seven open seats. None of the House Redistricting Committee maps matches the message that conservative voters so clearly sent on Nov. 2010.

Even though Texans voted into office a supermajority of Republicans (mostly conservatives), the House Redistricting Committee map actually shapes some districts so that Democrats could more readily win rather than conservative Republicans who are in the Legislature right now.

Ironically enough, Rep. Burt Solomons (chair of the House Redistricting Committee) is a Republican appointed by Republican Speaker Joe Straus!

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Is Governor Huckabee Conservative Or Progressive ?

Voters everywhere are asking the same question: Is Governor Huckabee a conservative or a progressive. Progressive is a modern marketing package for hiding when someone is a liberal. Since liberalism has lost popularity among the voters, this part of a shrewd marketing plan was to rebrand liberals as “progressives”, so some voters might be fooled into voting for someone they would otherwise not support.

To find out whether Governor Huckabee is a conservative is simple. Look at his platform and his principles. When he ran to become the nominee of The Republican party and for the last several years, he was the only leading candidate who proposed a system called The Fair Tax. Mike proposed to get rid of all income taxes, social security taxes, estate taxes, gift taxes, capital gains taxes

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