The CNN GOP debate in Florida last night was very informative indeed as Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich established beyond a shadow of a doubt that they both profited from the bailouts of Fanny Mae and Freddie Mac. The fact is both are elitists who were instrumental in, and profited from, millions of Americans losing their jobs, homes, and retirements.
Of course Rick Santorum established that his greatest want is to be as successful as Romney and Gingrich and procure his own pile of wealth in selling out our people through the presidency.
It was indeed the three neo-con stooges bopping each other over the head, pulling noses and slapping faces, while the dignified statesman, Dr. Ron Paul, stood firm in trying to disassociate himself from the babbling traitors to his right.
The Hispanic Leadership Network was front and center in trying to solicit special treatments for their collective from the candidates. If the Hispanic community wants to separate itself from the American people of the American race and push for special privilege through a collective that is repugnant to the individual ideology contained in our Constitution, so be it, as they will have effectively declared that they put being Hispanic before being American.
In acting as a collective, they have chosen the path of constructive treason against our Republic and our Constitution. Of course this will make it easy for us to identify them as the traitors they are when it comes time to start uploading the deportation barges.
Only Ron Paul spoke like an American on this issue, saying the ethnicity of the citizen is irrelevant in dispensing equal justice.
An American of Palestinian descent asked what the candidates would do to compel peace between Israel and Palestine. Dr. Paul was not allowed to speak on this issue, but the three stooges did. I believe they made it quite clear that they each would gladly allow the Israeli government to place a brass ring in their nose to be led by, if elected.
It has become unquestionably clear that Dr. Paul is the ONLY candidate running for president who will not promise the moon to the special interest groups in return for a vote. You know like Newt Gingrich promised the people in Florida, who work for the aerospace industry, a boondoggle in the form of a base on the moon, proving that he not only does not know what is going on in this country, which is flat broke, but really does not know what planet he is on.
Romney, Gingrich, and Santorum are bumbling fools who would facilitate the final destruction of our country if elected. Only Dr. Ron Paul and our Constitution can save us, and I believe in my soul that the majority of the people in this country know it.
God bless this Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.
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More sense is made hearing, ” Moe , Larry, Cheese ! ” than the other three hapless candidates, the choice is obvious !
“In acting as a collective, they have chosen the path of constructive treason against our Republic and our Constitution. Of course this will make it easy for us to identify them as the traitors they are when it comes time to start uploading the deportation barges.”
This American hispanic and his famliy doesn’t.
Ron Paul 2012!
End the Fed!
Life, Liberty and Happiness!
Give me Liberty or give me death!
Please keep my name off that barge list 🙂
Your name would never be on that barge list, as you are not an Hispanic-American, but rather an American of the American race.
Thank You very much, Henry. I have no ties to the south of us.
My family has been here since the late 1800’s
I live in central California and I’m finally starting to see
Ron Paul 2012 bumber stickers in my area!!! 😀
And I’ve also been explaining the dire situation to all that I can.
“Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty.” Thomas Jefferson
And for the record I do hate being called a hispanic! 😀
I Bleed Red White And Blue!!!
“American of the American race.
United!” Henry Shivley
Ron Paul 2012!!! Wooooooo!!!
The main stream media is pulling out all the stops in an attempt to dupe the American people that the Republican nomination is between Romney and Gingrich. Granted, Santorum is a joke and not even worthy of being mentioned, but trying to make Ron Paul the invisible man who doesn’t really exist is pathetic.
GOP insiders rise up to cut Gingrich down to size
January 27, 2012 — ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Republican insiders are rising up to cut Newt Gingrich down to size, testament to the GOP establishment’s fear that the mercurial candidate could lead the party to disaster this fall.
The gathering criticisms are bitingly sharp, as if edged by a touch of panic, a remarkable development considering the target once was speaker of the House and will go down in history as leader of the Republicans’ 1994 return to power in Congress. The intended beneficiary is Mitt Romney, a once-moderate Massachusetts governor whom many rank-and-file Republicans view with suspicion.
“The Republican establishment might not be wild about Mitt Romney, but they’re terrified by Newt Gingrich,” said Dan Schnur, a former GOP campaign strategist who teaches politics at the University of Southern California.
The anti-Gingrich statements have come from conservative columnists, talk show hosts including Ann Coulter, former Reagan administration officials and others. One of the harshest was written by former Sen. Bob Dole, the party’s 1996 presidential nominee.
“I have not been critical of Newt Gingrich but it is now time to take a stand before it is too late,” Dole wrote in the conservative magazine National Review. “If Gingrich is the nominee it will have an adverse impact on Republican candidates running for county, state, and federal offices.”
As speaker from 1995 through 1998, Gingrich “had a new idea every minute and most of them were off the wall,” Dole wrote. He said he struggled against Democrats’ TV attacks in his 1996 campaign, “and in every one of them, Newt was in the ad.”
Gingrich has reacted unevenly to the accusations, sometimes denouncing them, other times wearing them like a badge of honor. “The Republican establishment is just as much as an establishment as the Democratic establishment, and they are just as determined to stop us,” he told a tea party rally Thursday in central Florida.
The crowd cheered. But lingering near the back was an example of how the Romney campaign is taking advantage of the whacks at Gingrich: GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah. Chaffetz is beloved by many conservatives, and he goes from one Gingrich event to another to tell reporters why he thinks Romney would be a stronger challenger against President Barack Obama in the fall.
Gingrich aide R.C. Hammond confronted Chaffetz on Friday at an event in Del Ray, Fla., noting that some Republican officials criticize such shadowing tactics. Chaffetz defended his presence, saying Gingrich has vowed to show up everywhere Obama campaigns this fall, if several hours later.
Romney has drawn other high-ranking surrogates, with mixed results. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley annoyed some of her tea party supporters when she campaigned throughout her state for Romney, who lost to Gingrich by 12 percentage points.
It’s unclear whether the anti-Gingrich push is driving a new wedge between establishment Republicans and anti-establishment insurgents such as the tea partyers. “We don’t like the Republican establishment anyway,” said Mark Meckler, a Californian and co-founder of Tea Party Patriots. He said tea partyers are heavily focused on state and local races, and are wary of getting drawn into the presidential quarrels.
After all, Meckler said, “it’s not as though Newt Gingrich hasn’t been part of the Republican establishment.” Many other conservative activists also noted Gingrich’s long history as a Washington insider, including 20 years in Congress and 13 as a well-paid consultant, writer and Fox News commentator. His history complicates his efforts to rally angry, working-class Republicans who feel that an “elite” cadre of officials, journalists and others look down on them.
“He’s in one sense attacking the establishment he says he helped lead,” said John Feehery, a former top House GOP aide who contends the tea party’s influence is often overstated. The chief complaints about Gingrich focus more on his personality than his politics, which are hard to nail down, Feehery said.
The most damaging criticisms have come from former friends and colleagues who worked closely with him in Congress. It’s Gingrich’s egotistic behavior, more than ideology, that is driving the attacks, Feehery said.
Among those defending Gingrich are Sarah Palin, the 2008 vice presidential nominee who is admired by many tea partyers. “Look at Newt Gingrich, what’s going on with him via the establishment’s attacks,” Palin said this week on Fox Business Network. “They’re trying to crucify this man and rewrite history and rewrite what it is that he has stood for all these years.”
Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann, who dropped out of the presidential race, are tea party favorites with minimal experience in Washington and in top GOP circles. Gingrich is trying to tap the sense of resentment among their followers. But his long and complicated Washington record and reputation for intra-party quarrels seem to leave some tea partyers unimpressed.
“It’s truly a shame that this is where the Republican establishment has chosen to focus their energy,” said Marianne Gasiecki, a tea party activist in Ohio. She added, however, that political activists should focus on congressional races. “If we have a conservative House and Senate,” she said, “the power of the president is really insignificant.”
As Gingrich’s broadcast ads in Florida become more pointed, prominent Republicans are chiding him without endorsing Romney or any other candidates. Gingrich stopped running a radio ad that called Romney anti-immigrant after Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said it was unfair and damaging to the party.
So long as party insiders’ complaints about Gingrich focus on his personality and quirks, the GOP can postpone a more wrenching debate about ideology, which may be in store if the once-moderate Romney is nominated. For now, conservative stalwarts seem determined to depict Gingrich as too erratic to be the party’s standard bearer, let alone president.
Columnist Charles Krauthammer told Fox News: “Gingrich isn’t after victory, he’s after vengeance.” He added: “This is Captain Ahab on the loose.” Some Republican voters are pushing back. “I want so badly to be for Gingrich, and I’m not going to be bullied out of my vote,” said Barb Johnson, 52, who attended the tea party rally in Mount Dora, Fla., on Thursday. “I like his strong presence.”
Florida’s primary is Tuesday.