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#61 watchman92

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Posted 22 September 2011 - 02:50 AM

I agree, I think it's absurd to think Perry is some type of "agent". I think he's a flawed conservative, nothing more, nothing less. And I will support him for President, as I think Romney has ZERO balls and the others have no shot. Perry's latest video is excellent btw, in case none of you have seen it I highly recommend it.

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Posted 22 September 2011 - 04:41 AM

Regardless of whatever people believe about Perry, or how absurd it sounds... He reminds me of what Yuri Bezmenov described as those who say/do all the right things at the right time during a crisis to be the savior for all, and are already in place. Being a Republican and praying for rain is a perfect cover. He's just waiting for his moment to appear like the strong and able man, just the one America is looking for. It all seems too perfect. Laugh or scoff at it if you want, I don't care.

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Posted 22 September 2011 - 05:38 PM

Greetings, and God bless.

"He's just waiting for his moment to appear like the strong and able man, just the one America is looking for. It all seems too perfect."

Handler: "Governor, for tactical reasons we want you to give in-state tuition to illegals, pray for rain, refuse to build a border fence and compel little girls to get vaccinations."

Governor: "Brilliant!! My cover will be perfect! They will think I'm just a flawed conservative and nothing more! Bwaaahahaha!!!"

I dunno...the proposition seems a little top heavy to me...
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 03:00 PM

To be honest, Perry is floundering, so his "perfect cover" might need some tweaking. I wanted him to do good, so this is kind of frustrating. And with Perry struggling(will he even win the Florida straw poll now after that debate performance?), I think Palin is going to jump in.

And that's fine, Palin was my top choice all along. I think she has near-perfect political instincts, she knows the longer she waits, the less time she gives her opponents to smear her character in the media. But I think she also knows that moment when its too late to jump in, and she'll do it when those two moments coincide.

Otherwise, if she doesn't, I fear Perry might doom himself. And I have virtually no faith in Romney.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:23 PM

That Donny Osmand wannabe can't be trusted. Only Perry has a real character in him. He was right, Romney is a "smooth debater", but that's all he is. The problem with the debate formats is that it doesn't really allow for any real "debate" to begin with. It's just farming for sound bytes. If we can get Perry and Romney in a room together for something real substantive, I am quite positive it would be checkmate for that slick haired impostor.

As for Palin jumping in.... I don't know. She might if she believes that Perry will collapse, but will Perry actually collapse? It's still too soon to make any decision on this. A few speeches could turn it around for Perry. The election is not today.

Unfortunately even Republicans pick people based on how they look like or sound like. I was disgusted with the focus group after the debate. It's as if none of them had any knowledge of his record and were basing their decisions on sound bytes. In fact, I'm positive that's how it was.

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Posted 27 September 2011 - 12:31 AM

I honestly don't understand why Perry is struggling so much. It's becoming kind of concerning and disturbing. I could come up with all kinds of conspiracy theories, but bottom line he is rapidly losing support. For him to lose the Florida straw poll is huge. When I initially saw him, I got the impression that he was solid on a variety of fronts, so many fronts in fact that I thought he was presidential timbre.

This is not to say that he is perfect, in fact I think Palin is correct in saying he's engaged in "crony capitalism", but he is by far the best out of the crop. I do hope Palin jumps in, though, because if Perry continues to struggle and go downhill, Romney will rise uncontested and that is a terrible outcome.

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Posted 27 September 2011 - 08:32 AM

If Rick Perry is going to fail, it's mainly from his insane immigration policy -- at least at this moment. His endorsement of HillaryCare and wanting a bi-national healthcare with Mexico don't help either. Seriously, a Republican "conservative" supports that kind of crap? People are sick of issues regarding the tyrannical healthcare mandate being imposed upon us and our border issues with Mexico. His ramblings about 'boots on the ground' at the Texas-Mexico border during the last debate was all double-talk.

He is a RINO, he's dangerous and the hawks see it. The sooner he goes, the better.

Cain whopped him good in Florida and I couldn't have been any happier to see it. If he does fail to be the GOP candidate against Obama, then it's either Paul or Romney... and God help us all with either of those, also.

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 10:39 AM

So this female soldier pilot was trapped by the media into answering a question about Santorum questioning the budget issue of women in the military.

She came in strong and militaristic in getting the budget fixed, and the communist media did not like it. So they baited her on women in the military issue and threw the whole thing into a big mess. This was manipulation into fratricide at its best, using the weakness of one to push the buttons of others and reacting in rude ways (jimmy) made PC and encouraged.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 12:01 PM

Skip the title and the article nonsense to the highlighted part. It says it all.

Allen West hears cheers, jeers at town-hall meetings in Palm City, Jensen Beach

U.S. Rep. Allen West told about 90 largely supportive Palm City voters Tuesday that locally prioritized federal projects — such as the St. Lucie Inlet dredging — aren't going to matter if Washington officials don't address a mounting deficit.



Later Tuesday evening, a Jensen Beach crowd of 100 with more than 15 protesters greeted the congressman with mixed support, cheers and jeers.

The conservative tea party icon also got in shots at Democrats and President Obama, who spoke Tuesday at Florida Atlantic University. West said Obama was "scared" to have a discussion with him. He later said "he's heard" up to 80 U.S. House Democrats are Communist Party members, but wouldn't name names.

At the first of two campaign town-hall events in Martin County on Tuesday, the Plantation Republican told a New Hope Fellowship Church crowd it'd be disingenuous to pretend he knows everything about the area, but said he supports local projects like inlet dredging. But he contended that big national issues, such as gas prices, turn out to be the most important locally.

"I understand everything about the (St. Lucie) Inlet. I already represent 70 to 75 miles of coastline. Plenty of inlets, plenty of ports. I got it," West said. "I understand about the (St. Lucie) river situation. I understand about (Lake) Okeechobee. But it won't mean a hill of beans if the United States of America goes from $15.6 trillion in debt to $26 trillion in debt."

West then addressed a riled-up crowd of 100 at the Jensen Beach Community Center in his bid for a St. Lucie-Martin-northern Palm Beach congressional district. Occupy Martin County, an anti-tea party group named Credo Super PAC and another anti-West group named Stand Up Florida picketed outside, and shouted out questions and remarks during the event. Supporters responded out loud to naysayers' remarks about divisive topics, from women's abortion rights to proposed Medicare cost-cutting measures.

West and Democrat Patrick Murphy — both fundraisers in the millions — left Broward County to run for the seat. Martin County Sheriff Robert Crowder will take on West in a GOP primary as the local candidate, and Democrats Jim Horn of Palm City and Jerry Buechler of Port St. Lucie also are in the running.

Addressing the debt is overwhelmingly important, Crowder said, but there are huge impacts on safety and the economy when the inlet isn't dredged and local projects go unaddressed by the feds.
"We can't be expanding the debt, but you're going to have to have a balance," Crowder said.

West reiterated many conservative stances he recited last week in front of St. Lucie County voters — against leeway for food stamp users, pro-domestic drilling and pro-tax cuts for high earners, for example. He also berated Obama, who spoke in Boca Raton to FAU students about ending millionaire tax breaks.

"I really wish that, standing here before you, was Allen West and President Obama," West said. "We could have a simple discussion. But that ain't ever gonna happen."

"Why not?" an audience member asked.

"Cuz he was too scared!" West responded in a mocking voice.

West said he's met the president once very briefly at a White House holiday party.

Murphy, who just announced his campaign will be headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, said the West statement is just more grandstanding.

"The bottom line is, Allen West is trying to make it in the press with comments that don't even make sense," Murphy said. "He's trying to make headlines, get a rise out of people and not get anything done."



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Posted 11 April 2012 - 03:30 PM

If West is going to start accusing people of being communists he needs to get his sh*t together.

Going around saying "I've heard this" and "I've heard that" only reminds people of McCarthy. McCarthy wasn't wrong in the main, but that method of simply casting about loose innuendo only serves to make someone look like an idiot.

I don't doubt for a moment that there are 80 members of the HoR who are card-carrying communists, but if they're to be outed it needs to be done in a professional, irrefutable manner with rock-solid proof to back it up.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 05:21 PM

Greetings, and God bless.

"He later said "he's heard" up to 80 U.S. House Democrats are Communist Party members, but wouldn't name names."

Congressman West may be refering to these people listed in the link below, to The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC):

http://cpc.grijalva....ectiontree=2,71

I suspect, for reasons of OPSEC, if nothing else, very few, if any of them would have on their persons an actual membership card in CPUSA. While it is no longer the case today, back in the nineties, when I first started looking at these people, there was a link on the home page of the "Democratic Socialists of America"; (DSA) to "The Congressional Progressive Caucus". The Democratic Socialists of America", with detectable pride, made claim there that the members of "The Congressional Progressive Caucus" were DSA members who had managed to get themselves elected to Congress. Bernie Saunders has moved on to the Senate now, but at the time I am referencing he was the Chairman of the CPC. Further, the DSA described themselvesas the American branch of "Democratic Socialists International". (By the way, anyone here know if COMINTERN actually disbanded when Stalin said it did, or was there just another name change?)

Or Congressman Allen may have been speaking of the people in this 2010 Gateway Pundit article. A quick perusal indicates that there isn't a lot of difference between this list and the one for the CPC:

http://www.thegatewa...n-their-caucus/

I don't recall any of these people declaring themselves to be Communists, but then all warfare is deception anyway, so...
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Posted 12 April 2012 - 04:52 PM

I suspect, for reasons of OPSEC, if nothing else, very few, if any of them would have on their persons an actual membership card in CPUSA.

LOL! :lol:

I didn't mean 'card-carrying' in the strict literal sense. I meant it to signify, as we say down south, "sho' nuf" (sure enough).

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:16 PM

Greetings, and God bless.

"I didn't mean 'card-carrying' in the strict literal sense. I meant it to signify, as we say down south, "sho' nuf" (sure enough)."

Copy that, Brutus, but nevertheless it wouldn't come as any great surprize to me if a whole slew of them folks on those lists were, in the strict literal sense, qualified to carry such cards after all.
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Posted 12 April 2012 - 06:57 PM

And under the fear, uncertainty and doubt and idiocy of the GOP, communists keep roaming around, unfettered, while our government is tending a foolish ear to communists for advice, like in that pipeline deal to nowhere, to attract gullible businesses in the communist loop and ripping them off afterwards with a completely unworkable infrastructure.

Politics to nowhere of infiltration is this systematic NEP bait system undergone right in America. This is uncanny approach of attract, politic, infiltrate and destroy.

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 09:22 PM

Is this a slip of the tongue by Moscow papers written for ABC? Soviet Republic of Georgia?

http://abcnews.go.co...ory?id=10358887
The Tennessee mother who horrified the adoption community when she put her 7-year-old son on a plane back to Russia was in the process of trying to adopt a second child.
Torry Hansen had turned to a second adoption agency to bring home a child from the Soviet Republic of Georgia, a source with the sheriff's department told ABC News.

It's like, so obvious, my head is shaking...

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 07:28 PM

Just the truth coming out!

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:03 PM

Further discrediting the right like he designed, it looks like Trump fooled the conservatives twice. Shame on them.

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 03:14 PM

The Democrats have been completely captured while the Republicans seem 90% captured (enough to retain control and steer the party), with the exception of people like Allen West.

Different wing, same bird... People still don't get it.



Romney didn't want to run for president, son says


AFP - No one wanted to be president less than Mitt Romney, his son said in an interview out Sunday that raises new questions about the candidacy of the losing Republican nominee.

In an interview with the Boston Globe examining what went wrong with the Romney campaign, his eldest son Tagg explains that his father had been a reluctant candidate from the start.

After failing to win the 2008 Republican nomination, Romney told his family he would not run again and had to be persuaded to enter the 2012 White House race by his wife Ann and son Tagg.

"He wanted to be president less than anyone I've met in my life. He had no desire... to run," Tagg Romney said. "If he could have found someone else to take his place... he would have been ecstatic to step aside."

Mitt Romney "is a very private person who loves his family deeply and wants to be with them. He loves his country, but he doesn't love the attention," his son said.
Romney, a former Massachusetts governor and multi-billionaire businessman, has been widely criticized for blaming his loss in the November 6 election on President Barack Obama's "gifts" to Latinos, women and the poor.

"What the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote," Romney said during a call with campaign donors in mid-November that represented his first public reaction to his election loss.

The Globe story sought to look beyond that narrative and examine what really went wrong.

It focused on the fact that Romney was unhappy that one of his most trusted advisers, Mike Murphy -- the architect of his successful 2002 run for governor of Massachusetts -- did not join the campaign.

Instead, the campaign settled on Stuart Stevens, who had worked on Romney's 2008 presidential bid.

The Globe story also highlights the decision to downplay Romney's biography in favor of going after Obama and the flagging US economy.

Campaign strategists feared that highlighting Romney's biography would open the Mormon candidate up more to personal attacks that he was wealthy, out-of-touch and belonged to a minority faith.



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Posted 01 January 2013 - 09:06 PM

Have we been infiltrated? It would be naive to assume otherwise. In the 1958 book "The Naked Comminist" the agenda ans goals were printed out for all the world to see. I'm afraid they have just about completed that mission. : (

More in this YouTube video (my apologies if this has already been posted here!)

Damning Evidence: Grinding Down America


keep your powder dry...and hidden!

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 07:52 AM

Good ol' Karl Rove... At least Breitbart got it right on him: Fake conservative breaking apart the Tea Party and misleading the followers into a progressive state of mind. I don't think 99% of the people out there who consider themselves Republican/Conservative will ever understand their party has been infiltrated. It's easy to point out the Democrats as Marxists, Communists and Socialists, though. It's right under their noses and they have only "the enemy is only on the other side of the aisle" mentality.


ROVE DECLARES WAR ON TEA PARTY



The battle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party has begun. On one side is the Tea Party. On the other side stand Karl Rove and his establishment team, posing as tacticians while quietly undermining conservatism.

Yesterday, the New York Times reported that the “biggest donors in the Republican Party” have joined forces with Karl Rove and Steven J. Law, president of American Crossroads, to create the Conservative Victory Project. The Times reports that this new group will dedicate itself to “recruit seasoned candidates and protect Senate incumbents from challenges by far-right conservatives and Tea Party enthusiasts who Republican leaders worry could complicate the party’s effort to win control of the Senate.” The group points to candidates like Christine O’Donnell in Delaware and Richard Mourdock in Indiana as examples of Tea Party primary picks going sideways in major Senatorial battles.

But it is American Crossroads and its ilk that have run the GOP into the ground. Spending millions of dollars on useless 30,000-ft. advertising campaigns during the last election cycle, training candidates to soften conservatism in order to appeal to “moderates,” blowing up the federal budget under George W. Bush as a bipartisan tactic – all of those strategies led the party to a disastrous defeat in 2012. The Tea Party, which may nominate losers from time to time, also brought the Republicans their historic 2010 Congressional victory. If Tea Party candidates lose, it’s because they weren’t good candidates; if GOP establishment candidates lose, it’s because they weren’t good conservatives. The choice for actual conservatives should be easy.

But it isn’t. The Bush insider team that helped lead to the rise of Barack Obama insists that they, and only they, know the path to victory. As the Times reports, Conservative Victory Project won’t merely protect incumbents – it will challenge sitting Congresspeople of the Tea Party variety, including six-term Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King, who may run for Senate. “We’re concerned about Steve King’s Todd Akin problem,” Law told the Times – with whom he seems far too friendly. “This is an example of candidate discipline and how it would play in a general election. All of the things he’s said are going to be hung around his neck.”

Law claims he’s acting under the rubric of William F. Buckley, supporting the most conservative candidate who can win. But Law is no judge of that. Neither is Rove. Their advice led to the epic Romney defeat, in which conservatives were told to vote for Romney in the primary since he was the only candidate who could win.

Grover Norquist correctly points out that the Rove mission is nonsense. “People are imagining a problem that doesn’t exist,” said Norquist. “We’ve had people challenge the establishment guy and do swimmingly.” In truth, conservatism wins elections so long as the messenger doesn’t implode. Rove’s view, however, is that conservatism takes a back seat to the best quasi-conservative messenger.

But victory for conservatives isn’t Rove’s goal. He’s a political insider par excellence, and he’s playing for his political life in the aftermath of 2012. If that means declaring war on the Tea Party, so be it.







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