In 2008 when it became apparent John McCain had the nomination locked up, Mitt Romney stepped aside and began campaigning for John McCain. He cared about America more than he cared about being President.
Its' 2012. Neither Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich can catch Mitt Romney. But do they step aside? No. That should tell you a lot about lack of Character as well as a lack of leadership. Words come out about "brokered conventions". Go ahead and do that if you want 4 more years of Obama. On the other hand, Mitt Romney is beating Obama Nationally for over a year now. Mitt has done what we need.
Balanced a Budget
Took his state from 50th in Unemployment to 11th
Downsized Government by cutting 341 Government Programs
Defunded Sanctuary Cities
Plus he is against Federal Mandates, and against Cap and trade
Its Your Choice. Squabble or defeat Obama
Saturday, March 10, 2012
I do disagree with the Mormon beliefs, when I use the Christian Bible to define what Christian Beliefs are. The Mormon and Christian beliefs have many irreconcilable issues. I have no problem making a statement like that.
However to say a man is willingly worshiping Satan is absurd, and a blatant attack that needs to be founded in something. If he were a Muslim and someone said that, I could sit back, think a little and not have too many disagreements there at all. Since their conception they have murdered 270 million people that can be accounted for; and many believe it is closer to 650 million people. The last I looked, Mormons do not come close to that, or any other belief system.
Jesus once spoke to Peter in a harsh way because of something Peter said. He said "Get thee behind me Satan".
The bible states that there will be good and bad people lost eternally, all based on whether or not they believe on the Jesus of the bible for their salvation. Christianity is faith based and not works based. Paul also warned that there would be other Jesus's being taught and to watch out for that. One can argue that the Mormon Jesus is not the Jesus of the Christian Bible. I understand that.
Everyday, whether we are a Christian or not, we are going to fail God. We are human, but just because we fail does not mean we worship Satan. True Satan worship involves the sacrifice of peoples lives. Mormons are not doing that. They are living what they are taught.
Satan hates the God ordained Union of Marriage. He tries to destroy the family. He wants to kill us all. One thing that people forget that bears true to the believer and non-believer is that it rains on the just and the unjust. I will go a step further. If a person lives by Godly principles, even if they do not personally know the Christ of the bible, their lives will reap the rewards that naturally follow doing these things.
From a Christian perspective, I personally will never agree with Mormonism. But, look at an individuals life. Not just Mitt Romney. However in Mitt's case he has been married over 40 years to the same woman. They love each other dearly. Yeah, that is Satanic! They have a great family and grandchildren, all within the guidelines of honoring the institution. You do not find scandals, or they surely would have come out, just as they did with Herman Cain and Bill Clinton.
I am just appalled that people can continually say such things. I haven't seen him pushing Mormonism at you. He certainly did not as a Governor.
Every day it is something else, and I have spent five years studying his life and record. I hear people talk about how he made it on his daddy's money. I suppose his daddy took his tests in business and law and passed the bar for him? He gave his inheritance from his dad away for memory at his school. Mitt Romney is a hard worker and problem solver. He also is honest. That is something that clearly can not be said about Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum.
Mitt Romney doesnt worship the Satan of the Bible. He does do the very best he can to follow the Church that he grew up in. But it is harsh and ignorant and extreme to paint him as a Satan Worshiper.
*He is a Good Family Man
*He had 844 conservative Vetoes as Governor that fought for pro life, pro gun, smaller government, tax cuts etc. It is all there.
*He Downsized Government by Cutting 341 Government Programs
*He balanced the state budget and also had a 2 Billion Dollar surplus when he left office
*His state went from 50th in unemployment to 11th in his term nationally
*He defunded sanctuary cities in his state for their illegal aliens
The biggest issues facing America is the economy, and deficit spending. He has already fixed these type issues when given the opportunity to do so. No one else running for President has done that. I do not know about you, but I want these problems solved. Based on track record, Mitt Romney is the only one running in the GOP that has done this.
Based on the past three years, Barrack Obama has no clue on any of this.
Its time. Back Romney
Thursday, March 8, 2012
It has been very obvious who he fears in re-election. Mitt Romney. He has been doing his best to help Rick Santorum in Michigan and Ohio. One person once said, Rick Santorum has the innate ability to turn any simple interview into a controversy. I have to concur.
As the procedure of the GOP primary goes on, it looks like Mitt Romney will indeed be the GOP nominee. The one person left in the GOP race that is not an insider. Not a career politician and does not have the meat hooks of lobbyists deeply embedded in him. They aren't touching him. Yet somehow he is the establishments choice? The Insider?
This is my fifth year of studying Mitt Romney. Issue upon issue. What I have found is a great leader. Great businessman and a very competent and feisty Governor that fought hard for conservative values. If you do not believe me, go look at his 844 vetoes. Go look at the conservative endorsements that he gets today.
Ronald Reagan was a great man. The best President of the last century. Many think he saved America. That may well be true. But, if you looked at his record as Governor, in today's world of internet politics, he would have been unelectable. Compared to Governor Romney, who also dealt with a liberal veto proof legislature; it pales in comparison. Romney balanced his budget, and Reagan doubled spending. Its not even close in how much better. This is not to speak against President Reagan, I am just making a point.
President Obama, has been not only a disgrace in how he has carried himself in the oval office, he also has been a disaster for America. This is worse than 1980. You can magnify it ten fold to what Ronald Reagan had to deal with. The spending and printing of money is ten times worse. It took six years of Reaganomics to fix Carters mess.
Mitt Romney has plans. Some of them are so well liked they are being presented right now in congress. He has a proven track record that is unmatched by anyone on either side and yet he is being portrayed by people in ways that are easy to prove wrong.
is supposedly the light bearer for Conservatism. but is he really? Think about it. The man has made close to a billion dollars giving polarizing opinions on politics. He is not one of us. he never lives from paycheck to paycheck. he does not have a concern in the world whether or not Barrack Obama is elected or not. Four years ago he proclaimed Mitt Romney as conservative, and one of us. Now he changes his tune. Nothing has changed in Romneys record or personal life. Nothing. Yet Limbaugh has pushed poor candidates such as Herman Cain, Rick Perry and now Santorum, or even Newt. Based on what? Seriously.....
The same can be said for Mark Levin and Sean Hannity. They are set for life financially. They are not one of us. They tell us they are, but they are working against us every day.
How can I say that? I could go on about Romney's record, but I won't. What I will say is that for the last year on a very consistent basis, he is the one candidate that is beating Obama consistently. The only one. He doesn't go out and say the harsh things that many people want to hear. What you do not understand about that is the polarizing statements are a turn off to many. People get sick of bitching. He is smart, he picks the right battles. That appeals to a much wider range of people.
Why Romney over Gingrich and Santorum? Go look at the voting records of Gingrich and Santorum. They supported big government and helped build the issues that are at hand today. The list is long. Calling them conservative is like comparing a Big Mac to a nice Prime Rib. The answers are easy to find. I took the time. I have also taken a close look at the Rush Limbaughs and Mark Levins and Sean Hannity's of the world and realize they only have one interest at hand and it is not America.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Before I share this, I want to say that I used to believe what Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin said. I believed they had the interests of America. I have watched Limbaugh blatantly lie. The same with Mark Levin. Now I have found this article that is backed up by credible sources painting a very bleak picture of Sean Hannity.
Conservative pundits like FOX New's Sean Hannity can expect to take some flack from writers on the left. But when a "fellow" conservative writer calls his charity "a huge scam," it may be time to take a closer look.
Sean Hannity has been traveling the country on his so-called “freedom concert” tour for years. These shows are promoted as benefit concerts by an organization known as Freedom Alliance to raise money to send the children of servicemen who died in Iraq to college. The organization proudly touts convicted con artist, Oliver North, as one of its co-founders.
According to conservative blogger Debbie Schlussel, less than 4 to 7 percent of the money donated to Hannity's Freedom Alliance "charity" in the past two years actually went to the causes for which donations were solicited.
Hannity's Freedom Alliance is supposedly "raising money to pay for the college tuition of the children of fallen soldiers and to pay severely wounded war vets." According to recent reports, the truth is that millions of the money donated was spent to "ferret the Hannity posse of family and friends [about the country] in high style."
In other words, Sean Hannity is using the wounded American heroes he claims to champion as tools to enrich himself and surround himself in luxury. Most of the money goes to pay for luxury jets and fleets of limousines for Hannity and his entourage, as well as other administrative costs that far exceed the usual ratio of costs to charitable outlays for legitimate charities.
The Washington Post stated that Hannity's charity received a grade of "F" by the American Institute of Philanthropy for failing to deliver less than one third of its proceeds to intended recipients. That is well below the 75% required to be considered a legitimate charity.
According to Schlussel, despite Hannity's statements to the contrary on his nationally syndicated radio show, few of the children of fallen soldiers got more than $1,000-$2,000, with apparently none getting more than $6,000. Meanwhile, Freedom Alliance appears to have spent tens of thousands of dollars for private planes. Moreover, despite written assurances to donors that all money raised would go directly to scholarships for kids of the fallen heroes and not to expenses, Hannity's "charity" has begun charging expenses of nearly $500,000 to give out just over $800,000 in scholarships.
Based on its 2006 tax returns, Freedom Alliance reported revenue of $10,822,785, but only $397,900 (a measly 3.68%) of that was given to the children of fallen troops as scholarships or as aid to severely injured soldiers. The tax forms filed by Freedom Alliance in 2008 show a similar pattern of misuse of funds.
According to Schlussel, the 2008 Freedom Alliance tax forms, which were signed in November 2009 and filed only recently, showed that Hannity's organization "took in $8,781,431 in revenue and gave $1,060,275.57 total-or just 12%-to seriously wounded soldiers and for scholarships to kids of the fallen." Media Matters looked into Schlussel's claims and stated, "her numbers seem to check out. If her assertions that Hannity has made false claims in raising money for the charity are also true, that would be scandalous."
Meanwhile, tonight, Sean Hannity will be honored with an award for this “outstanding community service" by a radio talk show host at Talkers Magazine’s convention.
Editors at The New York Times and the Washington Post have said in recent months that their papers need to do a better job of picking up on stories right-wing web sites are pushing. Schlussel's investigation into Hannity and Freedom Alliance would seem like a good place for the Post and Times to do some digging - unless, of course, they only intend to follow up on conservative attacks on liberals.
Regardless of whether or not Schlussel's assessment of Hannity's charity is correct, it is always advisable to take a close look at any organization soliciting for donations before making a contribution. You have a right to know whether your money is spent helping the cause you donated to, or lining the pockets of millionaire punks like Sean Hannity.
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