Tuesday, November 4, 2008

For the first time in my adult life, I am ashamed of my country.

I never thought I'd live to see this day, not in America.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

President and Vice President of these United States - McCain / Palin

To save ourselves from socialism, we must not let the communists in this country elect Barack Hussein Obama. For those of us who believe in our Constitution and are grateful to our Founding Fathers for their wisdom we must believe as they believed, in Providence, we must not fail. Pray and fast that our nation not be led further down the path of destruction.

We're voting for Sarah!

Friday, October 3, 2008

What Just Happened?

Monday, September 29, 2008

McCotter on the House Floor Opposing Bailout Legislation

Freedom or Bread, the people on main street have chosen freedom, and I stand with them.

May God richly bless you Representative Thaddeus McCotter.

Friday, September 26, 2008

The Cause of the Current Economic Crisis

Please watch this excellent video from TheMouthPeace and you'll learn how we came to be in the mess we are in.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Sarah Palin Introduction

Friday, September 5, 2008

Obama's Glass Ceiling Repair Squad

The term glass ceiling refers to situations where the advancement of a qualified person within the hierarchy of an organization is stopped at a lower level because of some form of discrimination, most commonly sexism or racism, but since the term was coined, "glass ceiling" has also come to describe the limited advancement of the deaf, blind, disabled, aged and sexual minorities.

This situation is referred to as a "ceiling" as there is a limitation blocking upward advancement, and "glass" (transparent) because the limitation is not immediately apparent and is normally an unwritten and unofficial policy. The "glass ceiling" is distinguished from formal barriers to advancement, such as education or experience requirements.

How ironic is it that the political party and the woman who claimed to have made 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling of the Oval Office is now sending out their women, Governors Janet Napolitano of Arizona, Kathleen Sebelius of Kansas and Senator Hillary Clinton to patch it up and make sure it doesn't get broken, now that a Conservative woman, Governor Sarah Palin has a very good change of breaking it?

I guess only Liberal women, who ride their husband's coat tails into a position of power are to be allowed to break that ceiling and not a woman who has actually accomplished things on her own.

Monday, September 1, 2008

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Vote for Governor Sarah Palin

Okay, maybe I was having trouble voting for McCain. It was becoming a necessity just so Obama the Marxist wouldn't get elected. Then things started to change.

The Saddleback Church forum was held and McCain showed his superior experience over Obama the non-thinker. McCain was comfortable and answered the questions with honesty and without hesitation. Obama said uh, uh, uh, um, uh. It was obvious he was trying to think how he could please all the people, all the time.

I was worried John McCain's performance was too good to be true, then the ads started coming. Good, strong, aggressive ads, the ones we all thought he wouldn't do. I was becoming impressed.

Yes, I knew and worried that we had huge differences. I wish McCain would take a stronger stance against illegal immigration and I wish he didn't buy into the "global warming" propaganda as he does. There are other issues we disagree on. Yet and still, I knew that it would be disastrous for America to have a socialist like Obama in office. We hoped for a conservative VP selection.

I wrote an earlier blog about how important McCain's VP choice was going to be for conservatives.

We watched and waited and by golly he came through for us. Alaska's Governor Sarah Palin is a perfect choice. Immediately the far right was beaming and cheering. Finally, a conservative on the ticket. Now we will vote McCain/Palin.

Good move John, you've disappointed us in the past and probably will in the future but this pick has brought us joy and hope. This is a woman both my husband and I can vote for.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Fight for Freedom, Defeat Marxism

Monday, July 28, 2008

Pray for America

Socialism, Marxism, either one works. If this country elects Obama then we have indeed lost our Republic. The death of these United States has been slowly coming to pass but this will finally do us in. God forgive us for ruining what you gave our founding fathers.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Pelosi: ‘With Skyrocketing Gas Prices, Americans Can No Longer Afford Rubber Stamp Congress’

Monday, April 24, 2006

Washington, D.C. – House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released the following statement today on President Bush’s, Speaker Hastert’s, and the Republican Congress’ empty rhetoric on gas prices. Key facts on the Majority's failure to address gas prices follows Pelosi’s statement.

With skyrocketing gas prices, it is clear that the American people can no longer afford the Republican Rubber Stamp Congress and its failure to stand up to Republican big oil and gas company cronies. Americans this week are paying $2.91 a gallon on average for regular gasoline – 33 cents higher than last month, and double the price than when President Bush first came to office.

“With record gas prices, record CEO pay packages, and record oil company profits, Speaker Hastert and the Majority Congress continue to give the American people empty rhetoric rather than join Democrats who are working to lower gas prices now.

“Democrats have a commonsense plan to help bring down skyrocketing gas prices by cracking down on price gouging, rolling back the billions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies, tax breaks and royalty relief given to big oil and gas companies, and increasing production of alternative fuels.”

So what happened to the Democrats "commonsense plan to help bring down skyrocketing gas prices"? The price of gas has nearly doubled since they took over Congress in 2006.

How come we never hear the main stream press ever asking Pelosi or any of the other Democrats about their plan?

With the election coming up you'd think the Republicans would be bringing this up every change they get. Anyone who bought the Dems line in 2006 can contact me I have some oceanfront property in Arizona I'll sell you.

If Obama gets in and gets his windfall profits tax passed it'll get even worse, and Mccain with his "Cap and Trade" plan isn't any better.

Congress and the tree huggers are the one's preventing us from using our own natural resources, no offshore drilling, no drilling in ANWAR, no nuclear power plants, no hyrdoelectric dams, no drilling in the West, no new refineries, all being stopped by Congress. No wonder gas is over $4.00 a gallon.

Looks like we're screwed no matter who gets in.

Sunday, June 8, 2008


I think Hillary would have been easier to beat. The American left is stupid. If we were ready to elect someone other than a white male to the presidency why couldn't it have been someone with conservative values? No, the obama following doesn't even care about his policies, or lack thereof. They only see him as someone young and different than the usual presidential candidate. He's a Marxist. Marxism is correctly but not exhaustively described as a variety of Socialism.

  • a view of history according to which class struggle, the evolving conflict between classes with opposing interests, structures each historical period and drives historical change
  • a belief that this dialectical historical process will ultimately result in a replacement of the current class structure of society with a system that manages society for the good of all, resulting in the dissolution of the class structure and its support (more often than not including the nation state)

He is an elitist.

  • The belief that certain persons or members of certain classes or groups deserve favored treatment by virtue of their perceived superiority, as in intellect, social status, or financial resources.
  • The sense of entitlement enjoyed by such a group or class.
  • Control, rule, or domination by such a group or class.

You know a person by the company they keep. Look at his wife, his preacher, his friends and business acquaintances. Haven't we seen enough to know Obama is wrong for America?

He is a typical leftist politician.

The left is ruining America from eco nuts and global warming BS to the desire for a nanny state where everything is given to them by the government.

Well guess what? Where do you think money for the government comes from? Hard working taxpayers. If Obama is elected I'm hoping for a labor strike like Poland had to oust their commie government.

God help us.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The Morning After

Imagine this. It's the end of a week long vacation from the news, no TV, no radio, no Internet. The sun is shining through the window on a calm and cool fall morning. The radio alarm I set last night goes off. The news is just coming on. I quickly hit the snooze button as I realize that yesterday was election day and it's now the morning after. My first thought is to unplug the alarm, roll over and go back to sleep but I know when I wake up again it will still be the morning after.

What if I hear the President of the United States of America is Hillary Clinton? Oh no! What if it is Barack Obama? Oh, please no! John McCain? Well...Damn.

Looking at it that way and really trying to put myself in that place and time I know I'd feel real fear if it were either of the first two and a mixture of relief and frustration if it is the latter of the three. The old "Lesser of Two Evils".

Thinking of it in this way is kind of like the old flip of the coin trick. If you're not sure what you really want, flip a coin. You'll know what you really wanted by the toss. You'll either be disappointed or relieved. Try it. I use it when I think I don't really care about a particular task or situation. The coin toss will tell me even slightly what I really think.

I don't want to vote for any of them. I even made up my mind I wouldn't vote at all. It's like living in an alternate universe. How did this election cycle go so wrong? Our other posts on here tell the story. I know why, I just keep hoping it's not true, not real but alas, it is.

I'm still struggling with what I will eventually do. I think a vote for McCain, as much as I loathe it, will at least be a vote against the Democrat nominee, whoever it ends up being.

Try this out on yourself. On the morning after, how are you going to feel? I hope this helps for those of you still out there struggling with me.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Too Far Gone

Sam and I had a conversation on the back porch this evening and I commented that I thought our country was now too far gone to ever come back to it's roots.

I figure that we are seeing the end of our republic, his children will be seeing the final demise and his grandchildren will be living under a totally different government.

Sam reminded me of Ben Franklin's quote at the close of the Constitutional convention when a woman asked, "Well Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?", Franklin answered, "A republic, if you can keep it."

It looks to us as though we cannot keep it. If we could rally the country with like minded folks who believe we should return to the government our forefathers put in place perhaps we could have another revolution. However, geographically we are too large, not to mention we have no leader. As Sam said, where are our Thomas Jeffersons and George Washingtons?

We have lost the will to rise up. Oh sure, a few have it but we cannot get organized. I'm not talking about the "right wing wackos" out there; I'm talking about law abiding, taxpaying average Americans who believe in a Constitutional Government. The right to vote was supposed to control who was in power but with a two party system, money is what makes a politician today. For evidence I submit the lousy bunch of candidates for president in this election cycle. Who wants any of them? They are all left leaning socialists, we have no one with real conservative constitutional values. We are indeed in a sad state of affairs.

Think of what we could do if we didn't support every third world hell hole, if we made able bodied people work rather than receive welfare, if we closed our borders to illegal aliens, if we quit importing workers from third world countries. Think of what we could do if we didn't have such high taxes, if government would just leave the market to regulate itself and the States to regulate themselves.

Certainly I'm not as eloquent as Sam and he could say it better but I understand this government has grown too big, too meddling and too powerful. We have a class society. The politicians are part of the ruling class. Workers must be kept down just enough to keep them working to pay for the ruling class, food prices kept down enough so we can feed our families, otherwise we would rise up. The answer isn't what the democrats offer, higher taxes and free health care, that's only a quicker road to ruin. What we need is less government intrusion and less taxes and regulation. A free market can correct itself if part of it isn't held up by the other part.

It's all such a rotten game and we are the losing players. The socialists and communist slanted left, yes, democrats of our country are ignorant of history and leading us down a path of no return. As of late the Republicans have only slowed the bleed but not much more as they are conservative "light".

There was a time when the poor in this country worked for what little they had, we didn't need illegal Mexicans to pick our lettuce, our nation's poor did that until FDR decided to give them a handout. Churches used to take care of our unfortunate people, now they support illegal immigration and importation of third world immigrants. There was a time when if you wanted to immigrate here you had to show you had something to offer, you were of sound mind and had no criminal background. Now it is a free for all.

Before welfare people were able to pay their medical bills, welfare and social programs robbed us all and raised prices. Now look at the mess our healthcare is in.

There was a time when criminals were kept in jail, now we are too PC to think anyone deserves such harsh treatment, and now we have rampant crime and gangs in the streets. Now we have "hate crimes" and the thought police.

Our government creates the problems we have. They demand regulation and the result is rising costs. We have plenty of our own oil but because of government kowtowing to liberals the red tape adds costs for development and exploration and of course rising gas prices. Global warming is a huge scam and costs us all money. We are too PC to profile terrorists at our airports or guard our borders. We will pay for this in more than money.

How can we ever expect to get back to the basic government our Constitution set forth? I don't see it. And I fear for our young people that know it should be different. Most I fear though are being and have been indoctrinated by our liberal education system and therefore don't have a clue. Maybe that's a good thing for they won't go screaming into our country's good night. They'll go like sheep to the slaughter, peacefully and dumb.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Importance of McCain's VP Choice

Who John McCain selects as a Vice Presidential running mate will be crucial to whether he gets the backing of die hard conservatives. Some news pundits are putting up names they say he needs to counter the female factor of Hillary. That's questionable in so many ways.

In my opinion, and as a woman, I don't believe intelligent women pick a candidate solely on their gender. Then again, as a woman I don't know of one that I would like to see run as VP or President.

The names being tossed around for women are Condoleeza Rice, Sarah Palin (Alaska's Governor), and Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina. None of these will do.

I was very unhappy with Rice's dealings regarding Israel and the PLO. Alaska's Governor doesn't have much experience and Dole is a RINO.

I think McCain should pick a younger man to run as VP. The names up for review in the news for a male candidate are Mark Sanford (Governor of South Carolina), Bobby Jindal (Louisiana Governor), Tim Pawlenty (Minnesota's Governor) and Charlie Crist (Florida's Governor). I like Mark Sanford and Bobby Jindal, I don't care for Charlie Crist and don't really know about Tim Pawlenty. I'd have to research Governor Pawlenty if he was chosen.

I don't know that whoever is picked would have much influence if McCain would win but I do believe it would influence the vote come November. Conservatives need some kind of assurance that if anything happens to McCain we have a chance of having someone conservative in place to carry on the next four years and beyond.

A young conservative male would be a good choice. Let's hope he has enough sense to make the correct selection. It's bad enough we have no choice but McCain. The least he could do is reach across his own aisle and choose someone conservative.

My two cents.

Monday, March 3, 2008


Who you calling obsessed?!?!

Sorry Hon, I won't believe she's toast and the Clintons are finally gone until I can verify that iron stakes were pounded through their coffins and straight into the ground, had a silver bullet blessed by a priest fired into their hearts, an aspen stake driven through their hearts, were cremated, had holy water poured into their graves and they're buried under running water.

Other than that, I'm not really obsessed, am I?


That would be obsessed. It's not that I don't understand Sam's strong dislike for the Clinton's, I do. I don't like them either. Considerable damage was done to our country under Bill Clinton. I'm sure Hillary played a role. I don't like them, and I don't want her to be President.

I am pretty confident that she will not be elected even if she manages to get the nomination from her party. Therefore, I'm not concerned with her. She's going to lose either the nomination or the election, either way, she loses. I'm good with that.

I'm no longer concerned. She'll get her due.

Sam on the other hand cannot leave it alone. He can't see the forest for the trees so to speak. The forest is the Democratic Party and BOTH candidates. The tree is Hillary.

I'll say it again, I am no longer concerned about Hillary. I don't obsess in her humiliation or her come upance as it were. I'm glad, I'm just not obsessed by it.

The problem to concentrate on now is Obama. Obama just might get elected if he wins the nomination, that should be the focus now in my opinion. Hillary is toast. I no longer want to waste my energy on her.

Remember a while back we were so fed up with our choices we were going to chuck it all and catch up on our reading and movies? Helllooooo. Instead it's all Hillary, all the time around here.

Sam doesn't get that I am so glad to be rid of the Clintons that I would appreciate him paying a little less attention to her. I don't need a play by play of her day. Sam dear, do you remember the many, many since the Clintons have been out of office (Presidency) that we would say, "Why don't they just go away already"? Remember that? Well we have an opportunity to be done with them now but you have to quit bringing her up to make her go away.

If I just watch the news and read the internet I can see and hear very little about her, however, at home I can't stop hearing about her.

I understand your obsessesion with her ruination but she's done already. Why can't you be done with her. What happens when she does lose, will you ever be done with her. I want her out of our house for heaven's sake.

Certainly we can find better things to discuss, or read, or watch, or do.... Huh?

Trust me, I understand, I know you, how could I not? I just am sick of hearing about her and I'm surprised you're not.

I love you. Now get over it already! ((Hugs))

Saturday, March 1, 2008

The word is schadenfreude.....

meaning taking delight in the misery of others.

I have to admit I'm totally loving seeing Hillary being humiliated and rejected by the voters and being beaten up by the Press and Barak Obama, so much so that Snippy is starting to call Barak "my guy". I disagree 100% with Barak Obama's political views and no way is he "my guy", as a matter of fact I have no one in this Presidential race. I'll give my votes to Conservatives running for Congress an at the State and local level. What Snippy has a hard time understanding is how much I despise Hillary.

How much, you ask? Maybe this will get my feeling of utter hatred of her across.

She's a swine. A vulgar little maggot. A worthless bag of filth. As they say in Texas, I'll bet she couldn't pour piss out of a boot with instructions on the heel.

She's a canker. A sore that won't go away. I would rather kiss a lawyer than be seen with her. She's a putrescent mass, a walking vomit. She's a spineless little worm deserving nothing but the profoundest contempt. She's a jerk, a cad, a weasel. His life is a monument to stupidity. She's a stench, a revulsion, a big suck on a sour lemon.

She's a bleating foal, a curdled staggering mutant dwarf smeared richly with the effluvia and offal accompanying her alleged birth into this world. An insensate, blinking calf, meaningful to nobody, abandoned by the puke-drooling, giggling beasts who sired her and then killed themselves in recognition of what they had done. I will never get over the embarrassment of belonging to the same species as her. She's a monster, an ogre, a malformity. I barf at the very thought of her.

She has all the appeal of a paper cut. Lepers avoid her. She's vile, worthless, less than nothing. She's a weed, a fungus, the dregs of this earth.

She's a snail-skulled little rabbit. Would that a hawk pick her up, drive its beak into her brain, and upon finding it rancid set her loose to fly briefly before spattering the ocean rocks with the frothy pink shame of her ignoble blood.

May she choke on the queasy, convulsing nausea of her own trite, foolish beliefs. She's grimy, squalid, nasty and profane. She's foul and disgusting. She's a fool, an ignoramus. Monkeys look down on her. Even sheep won't have sex with her.

She's unreservedly pathetic, starved for attention, and lost in a land that reality forgot. And what meaning does she expect her delusionally self-important statements of unknowing, inexperienced opinion have to us? What fantasy does she hold that she would believe that her tiny-fisted tantrums would have more weight than that of a leprous desert rat, spinning rabidly in a circle, waiting for the bite of the snake.

She's a waste of flesh. She's ridiculous and obnoxious. She's the moral equivalent of a leech. She's a living emptiness, a meaningless void. She's sour and senile. She's a disease, a puerile, one-handed, slack-jawed, drooling, meatslapper. On a good day she's a half-wit. She reminds me of drool.

She's deficient in all that lends character. She has the personality of wallpaper. She's dank and filthy. She's asinine and benighted. She's the source of all unpleasantness. She spreads misery and sorrow wherever she goes. She's a smarmy lagerlout git. She's a clouted boggish foot-licking twit.

She's a fiend and a coward. She's a degenerate, noxious and depraved. I feel debased just for knowing she exists. I despise everything about her, and I wish she would go away.

I cannot believe how incredibly stupid she is. I mean rock-hard stupid. Dehydrated-rock-hard stupid. Stupid, so stupid it goes way beyond the stupid we know into a whole different dimension of stupid. She's trans-stupid stupid. Meta-stupid. Stupid collapsed on itself so far that even the neutrons have collapsed. Stupid gotten so dense that no intellect can escape. Singularity stupid. Blazing hot mid-day sun on Mercury stupid. She emits more stupid in one second than our entire galaxy emits in a year. Quasar stupid. Nothing in our universe can really be that stupid. Perhaps this is some primordial fragment from the original big bang of stupid. Some pure essence of a stupid so uncontaminated by anything else as to be beyond the laws of physics that we know. I'm sorry. I can't go on. This is an epiphany of stupid for me.

I don't have enough strength left to deride her ignorant, half baked comments about unimportant trivia, or any of the rest of her drivel.

Friday, February 29, 2008

Nothing To See Here, Move Along


Ricin can be extremely lethal. As little as 500 micrograms, or about the size of the head of a pin, can kill a human, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Web site.

The Story as of 2.29.2008:

A man who stayed in a Las Vegas hotel room where ricin was found is in critical condition at a hospital, where he has been since mid-February.
The man called from the hotel asking for medical help on February 14, saying he was suffering from respiratory distress, and was transported to the hospital.

Since he was gone from the extended-stay hotel and not paying his rent, managers began eviction procedures.

Tests confirm the substance found in the room was ricin, police said, but it remains a mystery how it got there. The man hospitalized was not a suspect and police don't know whether the ricin was his, or if he even knew it was there.

The FBI said it was treating the matter as a criminal investigation and terrorism was not suspected.

The discovery of ricin alarms law-enforcement agencies because authorities in several countries have investigated links between suspect extremists and ricin.

Las Vegas police said there was no apparent link to terrorist activity, and no indication of any spread of the deadly substance beyond the several vials of powder found in a plastic bag in the man's room on Thursday. But what the ricin was doing there remained a mystery.

The man, believed to be in his 40s or 50s, was unconscious and unable to speak. Authorities don't know an awful lot about him.

The motel room had been unoccupied since the man was hospitalized. Someone who knew the sick man found the ricin in the room and brought it to the apartment manager.

He claimed to be a relative. Authorities haven't confirmed that yet whether he is a relative or a friend".

Pets were found in the room. Two of those pets are fine. One of the pets is deceased. There was no evidence that the animal died from ricin exposure. The dog that was in there was without food and water for a week.

The man was unable to speak to police, but a doctor at the briefing said he held out hope the man might recover enough to provide information.


Now I ask you, just what was a man (who authorities can't or won't identify) doing with ricin and the beans to make them in an extended stay motel? Making tea? They quickly add, not knowing all the facts, that it isn't terrorism. Well if they don't know why the ricin was there or what it was for and it is a known deadly poison not readily available, how can they rule out terrorism?

This is the "Nanny State" in action is what it is. Our government wouldn't want it's people getting all worried or fired up about terrorism. They're afraid we'd stop spending money on frivilous things and start buying firearms or stockpiling food for heaven's sake. Can't have that.

Nothing to see here, move along.

To be sure the television news media is barely covering the story. If it weren't for the internet the story would soon die out. Thankfully most folks get their news from the internet nowadays.
Evil is lurking and it is alive and well. Terrorist are still at the gate just waiting and some of us, many of us will be ready. Americans are tough characters when called upon to act and we will.
The Nanny State can spin the story any way they like but we aren't buying it. It may be home grown terror or a foreign invader but we are listening and this story along with others the government tries to bury are being kept alive and paid attention to by some.

Sure, others may only know what is happening on American Idol but to you terrorist out there, not all of America is asleep.

Stay safe, and never forget 9.11, stay prepared, have a plan and have a back up plan.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Levels of Doom

Low Level - McCain
Medium Level - Clinton
High Level - Obama

Certainly there is no one in this group I want to be President. However, I am figuring out who I most want to lose. Obama.

Since my candidates of choice all left the playing field I've been able to pay more attention to the ones who might get the job. I already knew all I needed to know about McCain and Clinton and I've spent some time reading a lot about Obama and listening to his speeches. He scares me more than the other two.

His wife's comments the other night just added to my conviction that Obama must not become the President. I'm not so sure he could get anything done but then again, if Congress goes against him there will be cries of racism so he might just get all he wants.

The crowds going to see him and their reaction is enough to let one know something is very wrong here. The moonbats are falling all over themselves over a guy who basically says nothing of substance.

I won't go into his history, you can find it easily enough on the internet. I just wanted to say I may not be able to sit this one out. It may be a case of ANYONE but Obama that forces me to go to the voting booth. I was going to stay away or vote for a third party candidate, my conscience was my guide and I wasn't going to vote for the lesser of 2 evils but having seen Obama in action I may have to vote for the lesser of one very scary individual.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Kiss this Election Cycle Goodbye

Stick a fork in me, I'm done. Didn't I say that a few posts back? I truly see no hope for our country in this election cycle. Young folks act like Obama is some kind of god-like creature, old people think McCain is the man to lead us and I'll never understand the people voting for Hillary.

We're lost, we're going downhill. We've fallen and we can't get up. We're done, we're toast.
I can say it a million ways. We can hope for better in 2012 but frankly I'm getting too old for this. It was about 20 years ago when my mother warned me "Some day they are going to tell you what you can eat!", I thought she was over reacting. Guess what, she wasn't.

Between over taxation, over regulation and a loss of morals this country,America, is losing its grip on its founding Fathers ideals. I know, we've been doing it since the War Between the States but I'm getting to watch it first hand now and I don't like what I see.

Sure, we can struggle at the local level but I don't think there are enough conservatives left to do any good, we are a dying breed. Our universities have indoctrinated scores of our young into believing in big government, in socialism, communism, and fascism. They have no common sense and no sense of their heritage or history.

We've allowed our borders to be overrun. Even legal immigrants are not assimilating. The "Global Warming" farce has taken hold.

Yes it sounds like doom and gloom but how else can we look at it. The younger can hold out hope if they are believers in our Republic, perhaps one day long after we're gone they will rise up but for now it looks like we are headed in the wrong direction.

God save us all.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Is the RNC Trying to Destroy the GOP?

Whether the RNC is trying to destroy the GOP or not, it’s clear that they couldn’t do a better job of destroying it, no matter how hard they try. Making John McCain the RNC nominee is the most certain way to lose the 2008 election. But even if McCain could actually win in November, almost a numerical impossibility by the way, many conservatives have already predicted that even a McCain victory would be the end of the GOP as we know it. What’s the RNC thinking?

Can McCain Win?

While MSM polling data aims to make McCain look like the best the RNC can do, the real numbers say something quite different.

As of this writing, the RNC has completed 30 state primaries. Our “leader” John McCain, has lost 19 of the 30. A little over 16.5 million votes have been cast in Republican primaries so far, only 4.9 million of those for McCain, 30.9%. - with 69.1% of all Republican voters having voted against McCain.

Obama carried his home state of Illinois with 65% of the vote. Clinton carried her adopted home state of New York with 57% of the vote. McCain won his home state too, but with only 47% of the vote, less than half of his constituents. The only states McCain broke above 50% in are liberal stronghold states, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York and in all three cases, both Clinton and Obama defeat him in these states by more than a 2 to 1 margin…

28 states have completed both RNC and DNC primaries thus far. By popular vote, Obama won 14, Clinton 10 and McCain only 4. McCain lost the RNC primary in 3 of those 4 states, averaging only 14% support from Republican primary voters in each. He is at best secure in only 2 of the 4 states, Alaska and Iowa. In the general election, he can indeed lose both Arizona and Nevada.

This is the “winner” RNC heads think they can defeat Democrats with in the fall? How???

The National Popular Vote

All Republicans combined have garnered 16.5 million primary votes in 30 primaries. Democrats Clinton and Obama alone have garnered 17.6 million primary votes in only 28 primaries, 1.1 million more than all Republicans combined. If McCain could unite 100% of Republican voters behind his campaign, and Clinton – Obama only keep their 78% of the Democrat votes, McCain still loses by over 1 million votes… and he can’t unite 100% of Republican voters, no way – no how!

Of more than 22.5 million primary votes cast and counted to date, Clinton has 40% of those votes while Obama has 38% and McCain has but 22%. McCain is not even in striking distance of either Clinton or Obama. Who can McCain invite to share his ticket that will unite GOP voters and deliver the kind of excitement currently found across the political aisle? Only Jesus Christ has such powers… I can think of no other.

If this is the RNC’s idea of choosing a winning candidate, I’d like to see their idea of a losing candidate? Even Bob Dole was a better bet in 1996.

Where can McCain win?

At the moment, it appears that McCain can’t win anywhere but Alaska and Iowa, both of which he lost miserably in the RNC primary, but both of which are SO Republican that even a Republican loser can defeat a Democrat there. He’s not close to winning anywhere else at the moment and unless he finds a way to unite and ignite GOP voters, that’s not likely to change.

How do you elect any candidate with 22% of the popular vote and 30.9% support in his own party? The math simply won’t work.

Clinton – Obama to unite for Proletariat Party Unity

For almost two years now, I have been warning of this eventuality and until Super Tuesday, everyone said I was nuts. Now most political strategists are saying the same thing and here’s why.

Clinton and Obama are in a dead heat right now. Clinton and Obama share 78% of the DNC primary voters, leaving only 22% on the table, most of whom will happily unite behind either candidate by convention time. Clinton currently has 40% of those voters while Obama has 38%.

The two “I’m more socialist than you” candidates are also in a dead heat in the delegate race, Clinton with 1148 and Obama with 1121, both of them flying to North Carolina to negotiate with John Edwards for his 26 delegates. We’re talking a photo finish here for these two.

Obama has won 14 states to Hillary’s 10, but Hillary’s are bigger. If Obama is going to sneak ahead of Clinton to become the DNC nominee, he’s got to do it soon or it will become a numerical impossibility.

A few facts make an Obama nomination plausible, even if unlikely.

• He has no resume, so no BIG negatives like Hillary
• He has charisma and momentum – she’s a negative nagging bitch
• He has the youth vote for change – she’s crusty old bad news
• He’s raising money and she’s out of money

Still, due to a massive well trained Clinton war machine, Hillary remains out front and the woman to beat in this race. Assuming she hangs on until the photo finish and the numbers simply won’t work for Obama to become the clear front-runner, both have a problem that can only be solved by uniting on a single ticket in the general election.

Remember that liberals are nothing if not symbolism over substance. Neither of these two candidates is in any way qualified to become Commander-in-Chief. But that has not had any impact on their voters thus far and it won’t.

That’s because liberals smell an opportunity to make history by putting the first female and first black in the White House in one shot. If you’re a liberal, no matter what this means for the demise of your country, this is a symbolic opportunity you just can’t pass up…

And, if you’re Hillary looking for a sure win in November, you don’t take any chances. You unite 78+% the party in one move by bringing Obama onto your side in the general. Liberals get exactly what they want, two socialists for the price of one and a whole chapter in history that can be written no other way. Republicans are facing the perfect political storm…

If you’re Obama and the numbers just aren’t there, you take a 2nd place finish and run as an incumbent Vice President in four or eight years. He’s young. The ink on his driver’s license isn’t even dry yet… The first black Vice President is HUGE! It makes for great symbolism, even if disastrous for our national future at the same time.

How can McCain compete with that?

Two words – he can’t! If you think he can, check these numbers…

McCain is the worst possible Republican candidate to compete in this election with such historical implications in play. He represents the past, not the future. He’s unpopular with both Democrats and Republicans. There aren’t enough Independents in the world to carry this “Maverick” to victory.

This was either the greatest strategic blunder in the worldwide history of politics, or it was an intentional deathblow to the GOP, delivered at the hands of RNC powerbrokers hell-bent on destroying the conservative party for good. You decide…

Conservatives Golden Parachute

Conservatives have only two bailout options left on the table. Mike Huckabee and the U.S. Senate.

Huckabee is highly unlikely to defeat the MSM golden boy McCain and even if he did, there is little reason to think he would be any better than McCain in the general election or the Oval Office.

So, the Senate is where conservatives must now turn their attention in a BIG way!

Taking back control of the Senate, which must confirm all Supreme Court nominees and pass all legislation, must now become job #1 for all conservatives. The House is not realistically in play, but the closely divided Senate is…

Use the energy and money you were prepared to put into Thompson, Huckabee, Paul, Hunter, Tancredo, Romney, Giuliani or any other Republican, to make certain that a conservative is sitting in your Senate seat after November.

If you can’t put a conservative in your Senate seat this year, take a look at other Senate races where you can help other states pick up a conservative seat in the Senate and put your resources to work there. We’re talking saving a nation here…

Whether Clinton, Obama or McCain sit in the Oval Office for the next four years, who controls the U.S. Senate will be vital to protecting and preserving conservative values and principles for the next ten or twenty years. If conservatives can’t unite around this one, they deserve what they get!

Written by JB Williams ©2008 USA


I, Samwolf, do solemnly pledge that I will NEVER vote for John McCain. He is a deceiver masquerading as a "principled" conservative. His consistent readiness to "reach across the aisle" to the Democrats is because he's more comfortable on the Left...

McCain has sided with the Left on most key issues: His immigration position is further left than many Liberals. He joined with Ted Kennedy to sponsor an amnesty bill for illegal aliens. He voted to give social security dollars to illegal aliens. His Hispanic Outreach Director, Juan Hernandez, is a former Mexican government official who holds dual American-Mexican citizenship. Hernandez is widely known for his "Mexico First" declarations.

McCain opposed a federal gay-marriage ban in 2005. He has flip-flopped several times on abortion, and is a strong advocate of federally funding research on aborted fetuses. In the San Francisco Chronicle (8/20/99) McCain sided with pro-abortionist, suggesting that overturning Roe v. Wade would lead to illegal abortions.

On campaign-finance reform, the McCain-Feingold Campaign Reform Act was one of the more left-wing acts of Congress in the past twenty years. The act, which placed blatant restrictions on political speech, passed with overwhelming Democrat support.

On religion, McCain has been no lover of Christians. In 2000, he called key religious leaders "agents of intolerance." Later he defended his vilification of Christians when he said, "I must not and will not retract anything that I said in that speech." McCain added that his statement was "carefully crafted, it was carefully thought out."

McCain voted in favor affirmative action and a bill setting up quotas for women and minorities and joined with the Left on some gun control issues.

In 1992, McCain joined with his leftist democrat friend Sen. John Kerry to sell out the American servicemen known to have been alive in hands of the communist Vietnamese during the Vietnam War (they were never returned or accounted for) by providing political cover for President Bill Clinton to normalize trade and diplomatic relations with Vietnam.

In 2001, McCain considered abandoning the Republican Party to join the democrats. In 2004, he attacked the Swift Boat Vets, claiming their criticism of presidential candidate John Kerry was "dishonest and dishonorable." That same year, McCain considered an offer to join Kerry as his Vice President nominee.

By this pledge I, do hereby, refuse to buy into the ridiculous argument that conservatives must unite behind the liberal McCain to keep liberals out of the White House .

UPDATE: With the disaster known as Obama being the Democrat nominee Sam is going to vote for Sarah!

Sunday, February 10, 2008

I Can't Take It Anymore

This election cycle is just awful. We know that. We did our best to work for Fred Thompson and he dropped out. Then we thought maybe the lesser of so many evils would be for Romney, we just might have been able to hold our nose and vote for him. He dropped out.

What we are left with is a candidate that can't win, Ron Paul, and four that if they do win will in some form or fashion allow amnesty to illegal aliens.

And that's just the beginning. The pool of folks left are all left! Sam keeps reading the news but to tell you the truth I just can't anymore. I know the situation we are in and all the hollering and debating about it won't change anything.

I give up. I can't take it anymore. The next four years I will concentrate on what I can do for me and mine. The country has been going downhill for sometime now and there is no turning back in my opinion. There aren't enough of us left.

I hate television and now my alternative to tv the last 8 years, FR, has gone strange on me. Even that place has been infiltrated by so called "moderate" conservatives.

Spring and summer will be easy, I spend most of my time outdoors. When it gets cold I'll have to stock up on books to read. I just don't want to hear about politics any longer. I can think of nothing good that will come out of this election.

Short of a brokered GOP convention all hope for this election has been lost.

Hopefully I'll find something more interesting to post here. Meanwhile, don't forget our other blog about life here in SC on a personal level.


Wednesday, January 30, 2008

What Are You Thinking?!?!

How the hell did we come to this? There's still a long way to go in the Primaries and anything can happen but it seems that our choices in the Presidential election will be between Hillary/Bill Clinton and John McCain. Is this the best our Country can come up with, a choice between outright Socialists and the best friend the Liberals in Congress have in the GOP? What choice is that?

If McCain believes that the Liberal MSM, the moderates and independants that support him now are actually going to support him when it comes down to Hillary/Bill and him in the general election, he's crazier than he looks. They'll drop him like a hot rock and support the real Socialists that they always do.

I just can't understand Republicans supporting the man who gave us McCain-Feingold, McCain-Kennedy, McCain-Lieberman, The Gang of 14, The Keating Five, didn't support tax cuts and craps all over the Republican Party every chance he gets. If by some miracle he does become President, you can kiss any Conservative Supeme Court appointees, tax cuts and a border fence goodbye and say hello to amnesty for 12 million illegals. Under his administration, almost anything the Liberals want they'll get. He supports the Liberals now as a Senator, why does anyone think he'll do differently as President.

However, I don't believe in miracles, so IMHO get ready to start hearing "Madam President" if McCain gets the nomination.

All Snippy and I can say is:

P.S. Wondering why I keep saying Hillary/Bill?

Make no mistake, Bill is running for a third term via his "wife".

Friday, January 25, 2008

Mitt Romney as a Last Resort

With the news media playing up Hillary and McCain as the "front runners" it looks like we may have to hold our nose and root for Romney to get the nomination. Heaven forbid we end up with the only choice being between Clinton and McCain. They might as well be on the same ticket.

What it becomes now is who will do the least damage. I hate to vote for the lesser of two evils and we swore we wouldn't. If it is a case of McCain vs Clinton then we still won't vote for either of them. We can stay home or just write in a candidate.

However, if it is Romney vs Clinton or Obama I would go to the polls and vote for Romney. This nation needs to wake up and see that McCain is not the man for the job. Keating 5, the Gang of Fourteen, McCain/Feingold, McCain/Kennedy and the list could go on and on. Not to mention him during the POW/MIA hearings and his successful effort to stop our searching for MIA's and POW's in Vietnam against family wishes.

We've fought our fight for the nominee when we were supporting Fred Thompson. Now we have to wait to see what the rest of the country does.

Thursday, January 24, 2008


Defining the Term in Contemporary Times (www.wheaton.edu and wikipedia.org)

The word evangelicalism often refers to a collection of religious beliefs, practices, and traditions typified by an emphasis on evangelism, and by what adherents call a "personal experience" of conversion (described in the Gospels by Jesus as being "born again"). This collection is historically recent (approximately 150 years), but is broad, and can be found among some Protestant Christians and some Evangelical Catholics.

How Many Evangelicals Are There?

One of the most difficult things to establish about evangelicals is a precise estimate of just how many of them there are in the United States. With so many different evangelical denominations, evangelical constituencies of varying sizes within historically evangelical "mainline" and even non-evangelical denominations (thousands upon thousands of independent churches) there is no single entity that can possibly serve as a representative gatekeeper for the nation's evangelicals.

The News Media says Evangelicals will vote for Huckabee?

That is tantamount to saying all blacks will vote for Obama and all Women will vote for Hillary. What if you are a black, female, evangelical, who ya gonna call?

I happen to be a white, female, born-again christian, and none of the above will get my vote.

The grouping of race, gender and religion is an easy headline and plays into peoples bigotry. As a people I believe we are much too complex to make such broad statements. The laziness of the main stream media is appalling. If they really reported they would have to look much deeper into America's psyche.

I am but one person. Born-again. Yes, after much soul searching, praying and studying I had an epiphany that all that the Bible was telling me was true, that Jesus is the Son of God, that he died on the cross for my sins (past and future) and that he did suffer for me. I came to know him in a personal way and though I remain a sinner I am saved by the Grace of God through Jesus. It's quite simple now to me and quite ordinary.

I was raised Catholic. I've long since given that up and I don't 'belong' to any denomination. I am born-again and I know that I know, that I know. I commune with God, (not as often as I should) on a one to one personal relationship. I know that he is always with me and when I am in his grace I can and do raise my hand in praise to heaven, it's just something that comes natural.

That is no reason to vote for Mike Huckabee.

I am a woman. I like being a woman. I think women are very complex creatures and are a good match for men.

That is no reason to vote for Hillary Clinton.

I am white so I have my choice of white candidates to choose from.

That's no reason NOT to vote for Obama.

How silly all this talk is of how a person will vote based on these factors. How about we start to use the one thing we all have, our mind. Educate yourself and pull your head out of the television long enough to find out what the issues of our country are and what actions will make things better for what you see as the way the country should be run.

We may not agree but I'd prefer the voting public be educated and not just vote because of what Oprah says, or Chuck Norris, or whether your a Baptist or a Mormon, a man a woman, black or white, veteran or not. Some things matter but not just on their face value.

We have a candidate who is a veteran and a POW.

That alone is no reason to vote for McCain.

The former mayor of New York is a candidate who's exemplary behaviour endeared him to us during 9/11.

That's no reason to vote for Giuliani.

We have a former Governor who happens to be a Mormon who "saved" the Olympics.

That's no reason to vote for Mitt Romney.

On the one hand it's sad that Americans vote in the minority, on the other hand, considering how so few people seem to understand politics or know what the three branches of government are or the difference between the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, it may be a good thing that the majority doesn't vote.

I work with H1b workers from India, Pakistan, China and even Vietnam, they are fascinated by our election process and we have wonderful discussions about it at work. They watch "Meet the Press", CNN, Fox News and though they have no voting privleges they are more informed and more interested than my American co-workers. What does that say about our country?

What it shows me is that it's obvious why we are in the mess that we are in. Too many American born citizens are full of hatred for their own country and I challenge them to explain why with intellegent discussion. They only know what they are being spoon fed by our liberal universities and by sound bites on television.

We are headed toward socialism and multiculturalism. We will become a third world country if we allow our faith and values to be crushed by this new wave of anti-Americanism.

We are a Christian nation, a capitalist society and a free country. I see us losing all three of those values and with this year's crop of presidential candidates I see no turning back. Not because of race, gender or religion but because of the candidates lack of values, their own personal greed and quest for power.

None of the above have our country's best interest in their quest for the Presidency. None of the above are running for office with a love or understanding of our founding fathers ideals.

This year, I will not choose the lesser of the evils.

It doesn't matter that we have a woman, a black, a preacher, a veteran and a Mormon or a Mayor running. I will pray and I will stay home.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

A Statement from Fred Thompson

"Today I have withdrawn my candidacy for President of the United States. I hope that my country and my party have benefited from our having made this effort. Jeri and I will always be grateful for the encouragement and friendship of so many wonderful people."

IMHO, with this statement the Conservative voice of the Republican Party has died. With Tancredo, Hunter and now Thompson out of the race, the Republican Party, by allowing Independents and Democrats to select their candidate in "Open Primaries" has managed to silence the Conservatives. All that is left for me now is to withhold my vote. I refuse to vote for another RINO or for a Democrat. I don’t need a candidate who is two degrees above pond scum telling me to vote for him because his opponent is one degree above pond scum. I'm tired of voting against someone rather than for someone.

For years the Republican Party has put up mediocre candidates and then counted on the Conservatives to get them elected by saying "vote for me otherwise the other side will win and it will be worse." Then they turn around and screw us by acting the same as the other side they "warned" us about, until the next election cycle. The Republican Party treats the Conservatives like the Democrats treat the Blacks. I am not going to play that game anymore. I'm taking my vote and money and going home.

For the first time since the late 60's, I'll be able to live in ignorant political bliss like 2/3 of this country does. I'll have time to catch up on my reading.

Monday, January 21, 2008

The New Democratic Party

Looks like it's gonna be official with this election, the Republican Party will be the new Democratic party. I guess some one had to fill the gap that was left when the old Democratic Party went Socialist.

There is no longer a major political party that represents me. I'm disappointed that Fred Thompson didn't win in South Carolina and am totally disgusted that John McKennedy did win. Didn't the Republicans get the message after the midterm elections? Stop trying to out democrat the Democrats!!

There's still hope though, it's going to depend on what Fred Thompson decides to do. All I know is that if Fred isn't the nominee, I'm sitting out the national election. No more holding my nose to vote against the Democrats, I want someone to vote for.

I worked hard for GWB and he's been the biggest political disappointment in my life. Until Fred announced he was going to run, I didn't see any candidate that espoused Conservative values and actually believed them, all the others change their values based on whom they're talking to. That's the Democrats strategy. I'm not going to vote for Democrat Lite anymore.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Time for The Conservative Party

The GOP is dead, or should be. It's been moving left of center and with the exception of Fred Dalton Thomas, the cadidates the GOP has put forth prove it.

How in the world someone like McCain can garner enough votes to come in first in a supposedly conservative state like South Carolina is more proof the party has lost its sense of direction.

Huckabee came in second, mind boggling. He isn't conservative, at least not on social or domestic policies which is really important.

McCain has been a disaster to conservative values during his tenure as a Senator. He is a life long politician, something we don't need more of in D.C.

Huckabee will be a disaster if elected. He is not, regardless of what he says this week, for stopping benefits to illegal aliens. If you think money is being spent outrageously now by our government just wait and see how that and our taxes skyrocket if Huckabee gets in.

So what does that leave us, Romney. If I had to I could stomach pulling the lever for him but only if I feared Hillary was about to get elected. Otherwise I just don't believe in Mitt's message and I may just write-in Fred Dalton Thompson and go home.

If the GOP loses and a democrat gets into office perhaps the GOP will start to take a harder look at itself and where it has been headed. Perhaps we shouldn't wait on them to have their eyes opened.

I know of many who no longer contribute to the RNC in any form or fashion but they still don't seem to be listening.

I believe we need a new Party. A Conservatie Party, if all the conservatives currently in office join, stating their displeasure with the direction of the RNC and begin leaving the GOP then we would instantly have credibility.

Perhaps it is just a pipe dream. Perhaps it is too late to bring this nation back to where we began, small government, free people.

Perhaps Fred will stay in the race and gain some momentum. Sam dear, maybe we can start to live like 2/3rds of the rest of America, watching American Idol and Oprah and oblivious to what is happening to this country. They seem happy.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Prosperity in South Carolina

Fred Thompson came to Prosperity South Carolina today to visit a local restaurant and share his values with the locals.

It was raining and cold yet the crowd filled the restaurant. A man from Kentucky said he drove five hundred miles to see him, another young man flew in from Los Angeles. The majority though was local and from the surrounding small towns.

Fred's wife and young children were there as well as an older son.

The crowd was enthusiastic and there was a lot of Amen's and hollers of support for what Fred was saying and lots of laughs. The crowd roared when Fred discussed his plan for illegals and mentioned how some candidates have lately changed their tune.

Many told of how they received push-poll calls leading up to the primary and they were quite angry about it, the audience believed it was from Huckabee.

Our waitress was a wonderful lady whose husband also served in Vietnam as did Sam. She said her son was a Major currently serving and told Sam he could salute her. LOL. When we left, she saluted him, it was quite cute.

Sam got to shake Fred's hand and Fred thank him for his service. We did not hang around as the rain was still coming down and we had a 30 mile drive to get home.

I want to add that the food at the lunch buffet was wonderful, good old fashioned southern home cooking. The restaurant was Stable Steakhouse in Prosperity. The town is just off the edge of Lake Murray and it was a wonderful drive except for the constant rain.

Last night it snowed, something I don't wish to see too much of here. The primary is only two days away and I hope we continue the momentum and Fred makes a good showing in South Carolina. Vote Fred Thomspson 08!

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Converting McCain Voters to Thompson Voters: One At A Time

At the Publix in Lexington, SC this morning, Snippy and I became engaged in a conversation in the checkout line. Eventually, the lady asked us for whom we were going to vote. We both immediately answered Fred Thompson. She stated that he was one of her choices too, the other being John McCain. Seeing the look of distaste on our faces with her answer, she asked "What's wrong with McCain?"

First I stated, that as a veteran, I respected McCain's service but he's totally wrong on his politics. When she asked us to elaborate, all we said was "McCain-Feingold, McCain-Kennedy, McCain-Lieberman and the Gang of 14. He sponsors Bills with the most liberal Democrats. He supported amnesty and voted against the Bush tax cuts. He is not a Conservative". We then went on to explain why we liked Fred. She said she hadn't really thought about those McCain Bills and was really thinking about McCain because of his veteran status. She said that we had helped her make up her mind, she's going for Fred.

Whether she eventually does or not, we gave her something to think about by pointing out the differences between Fred Thompson and John McCain. Sometimes that's all it takes, just a little push by an enthusiastic supporter. We may have gotten one more vote for Fred, for us, that makes it a good day. Don't be afraid to voice your opinion about your candidate, you may change a mind and that's what "Grassroots" is all about.


If there's one thing we learn from history, it's that we don't learn from history.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

The Clear Conservative Choice

As the South Carolina Primary draws near we hope that Fred has had an impact on voters here. We are especially hopeful that those folks thinking about supporting John McCain will, after listening to Fred, realize that although John McCain is a war hero (and we are grateful for his service) Mr. McCain's political policies are wrong for a conservative America.

We cannot forget the Keating five incident or McCain/Feingold, McCain/Edwards, McCain/Kennedy and other bills he has supported with the liberal Democrats. We don't need an appeaser in the White House, we need a strong conservative that will work and fight for our values, not just try to "get along" with the liberal, democratic side that is tearing America apart from within.

No more compromises. No more RINOs.

Take Back America. Vote for Fred Thompson.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Electing a President

Are we going to allow the MSM to select our candidates for us? This is the way it seems to be lately. I refuse to buy into their Bravo Sierra.

I want a conservative candidate. I'm tired of picking the lesser of two evils. I thought we had that in GWB but was fooled.

I hope we can recover by electing Fred Thompson.

I would have liked a combination of Tom Tancredo, Duncan Hunter and someone who could get elected.The MSM only concentrates on RINO's and the Democrats.

I think there is a chance Fred can win in South Carolina and we can move forward to actually ignoring the press and nominating a candidate that can beat Hillary or Obama.

The candidate I'm working for now is Fred Thompson.

Please check out his website to listen and read for yourself.

The life of the GOP is at stake here. I won't vote for just any GOP candidate this time.If we lose then the GOP will have to rethink what their message and their actions have done to the party. That may be a good thing.All I know for sure is this time I won't select the lesser of two evils. I will choose my candidate even if I have to write him in.

This is turning into a Fred Thompson Blog but it really is more about us. It's just that time of year and so politics is what consumes our free time right now. We must remain a free America and therefore we must work to put conservatives in office.