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Muslim Brotherhood in Murfreesboro.

Here is a link to actual PROOF that the Islamization of the “Belt Buckle of American Christianity” has begun. While most of America is  trying to cope with a terrible economy and loss of jobs, the Well funded Muslims are building Mega-Mosques right here in America and bringing in thousands of families of Muslim followers to begin the infiltration of our schools and local governments. Our President, Governor, and Elected Officials simply turn their collective backs as this process occurs right here in plain sight and without so much as lifting a finger to help stop it.

WAKE UP MURFREESBORO! WAKE UP TENNESSEE!  WAKE UP AMERICA!

Ok. today is the day it starts. We have before us a new team of men who proclaim honesty in Government and it is up to us to decide of we want to continue down the path the country is going.

As far as I am concerned, I will choose the Romney/Ryan ticket.

Neither of these guys are my first choice for any place in the government, and I really believe that Paul Ryan would be best as a senator. I truly feel that Romney is an establishment Republican, and I have lost faith that the GOP establishment has the country’s best interests at heart. I was particularly disillusioned by the statement that “It is Romney’s turn.”  The reasoning that we need to vote for a candidate “That can Win” is utterly absurd.

If you read more of my comments on the election process, you will find my distaste for the current primary process. I really feel like the candidates were chosen for us by people who are not even a part of the republican party. The only way to solve this is to have closed primaries that can only be voted on by people who have registered as a particular party member. Otherwise, you have most of the other party voting for a candidate that is “Least Likely to Succeed” when the general election occurs. A prime example of this was the McCain/Palin ticket.  While Palin would have been a good choice, it is quite obvious that McCain was a candidate with a few screws loose. Some of his comments he has made int he last 3 years make me cringe with their inaccuracy and his complete lack of grasp of what the American people really want in Government.

Here is another scenario:

For the sake of a good argument, let’s say that Romney win’s the election and becomes the President. Four years from now, we will have a Democratic challenger. What is to stop Republicans from voting in ALL of the Democratic primaries and putting into place a Democratic candidate that is a STRONG Tea Party candidate?  I consider myself to be more aligned with the GOP, but that tie that was once really strong is very weak at the moment and I would gladly vote for a Democrat if they truly had the same convictions for smaller government and less regulations on businesses and individuals. As a matter of fact, I am seriously considering voting for a Democrat in the Tennessee Senate race with Bob Corker being the GOP Incumbent candidate. It is my belief that Bob Corker is a RINO and has shown he does not hold the same ideals that I do as far as smaller, less demanding government. Lamar Alexander will be my next target because he also has shown no courage to slow down or reverse the growth of Government.

Only time will see now. We have roughly 90 days left before the general election. I really do hope that the American people turn out to vote in record numbers  and make some serious changes in our Government. From the President down to the local yokel, we need changes. SERIOUS changes.

It has been a while since I have posted and thought I would catch up on current events.

For starters, let it be known that Mitt Romney is not my choice for a president. He is, however, the one I will vote for in November. He is not necessarily the proverbial “lesser of two evils” but instead just someone who doesn’t share my political views nor my goals for this country. I rather think his campaign, so far, has been one to only defend himself when the buzz of opposition is so loud that he can’t stand it any more, and not one on standing on a principal until Hell freezes over. I would MUCH rather vote for a man who stands on his convictions, supports a strong America and will work to get government out-of-the-way for individuals and small businesses. My personal choice was Rick Santorum, and only for the reason that he was proud to stand up for his Christian convictions, even when the far left (and some of the right) was mocking him and his family. I still feel that he would have run the country showing compassion to other countries when possible, and showing strength when necessary while at the same time bringing in advisors that would help to turn around our sagging economy.

By this time there should be no doubts that I am anti-Obama. Personally, I feel that the man is a socialist and is heading the country down the path of socialism and communism. There is so much we know about just about every politician, yet so much of Obama’s past remains sealed or behind a blur or uncertainty or just out-right lies. For instance;

1. His Occidental college records – SEALED

2. Columbia College Records – SEALED

3. His Columbia College Thesis – SEALED

4. His Harvard College Records – SEALED

5. His Selective Service Registration – SEALED

6. His Medical Records – SEALED

7. His Illinois State Senate Schedule (people who visited him while he was a state senator) –  SEALED

8. His Illinois State Senate Records – SEALED

9. His Law Practice Client list – SEALED

10. A certified copy of his original Birth certificate – SEALED

11. A signed Embossed paper certificate of Live Birth – SEALED

NOTE: For those anti-birthers out there, note that the one the white house provided has been PROVEN to be a fake by several agencies. The fake one they did offer did not have the embossed state seal on it and would not be acceptable to even get a driver’s license in ANY state, nor would it be possible to receive a passport using that document. There have been many reports that he may have actually used a number of aliases through the years, and at this point I am not convinced that his real name is Obama.

12. His Baptism records is SEALED… I know, a strange one since he proclaims to be Christian

13. No record of why Michelle Obummer’s law license was revoked.

14. Records of his receiving “Foreign Student Aid”  in college. SEALED

15. What passport did he use to visit Pakistan in 1981? Why did he go there in the first place?

The list goes on and on, including an endorsement by the Communist Party U.S.A., telling the body of SEIU “Your Agenda has been My Agenda” and other ideals including causing electricity rates to skyrocket and to shut down all coal-fired electric plants. There are no records of his years living in Indonesia or Kenya, and his being raised in all Muslim schools. There seems to be a real cloud when he gave his life to Christ and denounced his muslim upbringing. After all, his father was Muslim and there is no reason to believe that at least his younger years he was raised as a muslim. He has been on record as saying “If war was to break out in the middle east, I would side with the muslims”… yet you never hear any of this from the media.

The left seems to be basing their whole campaign on Romney’s tax returns, instead of Obama’s accomplishments and goals. Romney has been a successful businessman. Period. If he is like any other successful businessman that I know of he doesn’t always base his business principles on helping out the small guy, but rather he is more driven to padding his own wealth as well as the wealth of the stockholders of the corporations he represents. In about 80% of the time, he has been quite successful in building wealth. I am willing to bet, with my vote for him, that his policies can help to turn the economy around and begin to cut our national debt and improve the ability of most Americans to find work. It is also odd that Romney has given more money to charity than Obama has made. Period.  When did it become a crime for Americans to be successful?

There is a record of every official visitor to the White House. The Obama Administration has filed many law suits about having to show who gets to visit Obama. Records show that George Cloony has spent more time with Obama than the DEA Chief Michele Leonhart. That is the head of the education department, for those not savvy on acronyms. The visit from the DEA was way back in 2011, and only one time. So much to say for a president that is so concerned about education, huh?  All of this while the Food and Drug Administrator (FDA) has visited a whopping 69 times. Granted, most of these were to visit Michelle, and only 3 of the visits to Barack, but still, there is a reason to believe there is close ties with this administration and the Obama’s. There have also been a LOT of reports that the FOIA record keeping is bypassed by having meetings at local DC coffee shops. Obama is known to have numerous meetings with lobbyists a these places in order to bypass any records that the GOP can use against him.

From someone who campaigned as being the most open president in history, he sure has done everything he can to avoid any record keeping, and to help Eric Holder cover up a botched gun-running scheme. The white house staff also admits that “famous” people are routinely omitted from the official visitor list to the white house.

What we do know is that Obama has not visited our closest Ally, Israel, since becoming president. I really find it impossible to believe that American Jews would support such a president that openly admits he will side with Israel’s enemies if it comes down to it. Strange.. We also know that the Obama administration has had a rash of National Security leaks.

Again and again, we know so little about the President of the United States.  Who can we blame for this? Bush?

 

First of all, I find it absolutely reprehensible that a GOP debate would be held on MSNBC.  They might as well to have had it in Beijing or Moscow. And while we are on that subject. What was Rachel Maddow railing on about in front of the Hoover Dam? Doesn’t she understand that because of the type of Government she loves, projects like the Hoover dam can never be built any more. Bridges can’t be built and most buildings never get built because of the litigation from Environmentalists.  Their super power, the EPA, has made enough rules and edicts that has made it almost impossible for anything to get done any more, and even projects that are working nicely are being killed because of their ridiculousness.

 

Ok, on to the debate.

Huntsman: This man is seriously a Democrat and I have no idea why he is in the debate to begin with.He is in bed with the Environmentalists and global     Warming “scientists.” He spent too much time in China and I have doubts about his true loyalty to the country

Cain: I really like this guy and to be honest I think he would be the better candidate. The only problem is that he doesn’t have enough of a following  to be a winner. I love his 9,9,9 tax schedule and wish it would go through. His weakness would most likely be foreign policy. I would still vote to give him a chance mainly because he has a proven record for pulling companies out of the red and into the black again and he just has plain good ideas.

Santorum:  I really like this guy’s moral codes and give him credit for standing up for what he believes in, but unfortunately he keeps answering questions by telling us how much he agrees with the other candidates.

Gingrich: I really like Newt and I have a lot of respect for him. His main drawback is that he is a career politician and I have some reservations as to his ability to put the country ahead of his political gains.

Paul: Ron Paul sounds really good on some things, and then there is the other 25% of the time that he proves he is an absolute lunatic.  I am convinced that most of his support is from people who want to legalize marijuana. His foreign policy ideas would ruin our country forever.

Bachmann: I really like Michelle. She is proud to stand up for her beliefs and she has a good record for standing up for family issues as well as conservative ideals. She would make a good leader and I envision her as an equal to Margaret Thatcher.  Again, I am not convinced that enough people would vote for her and we do not need a candidate that could win beyond a shadow of a doubt. Time will tell with Mrs. Bachmann.

Romney:  Romney is a good politician even though he keeps bringing out the fact that he made most of his money in the private business world. There are several things that I dont particularly care for about him. First, he comes from the most liberal state in the union, with perhaps California being an exception, and he brings to the table this Teddy Kennedy mentality to running the country. He signed into law Romneycare and still defends that monstrosity as a good thing. He is the true definition of a RINO and the mainstream media seems to love him and wants him to be a front runner so bad they cant stand it. I dont think he has a snowball’s chance in hell of winning anything and he is falling further and further behind.

Perry: Rick Perry is the man to beat at this point. I think he has the nomination as long as he don’t shoot himself in the foot between now and the primaries.  He has some issues that I have questions about, starting with the executive order to give all 12 year old girls Guardisil and the second item of interest is his participation in the Bilderberg meetings. There are a number of web sites that claim he has some issues with sex and/or gay issues. I would like somone to ask him point blank if he is gay and if he has sexual problems. Other than that, I think he would make an excellent president. So far he has my vote unless he says or does something to change my mind.