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Lessons Learned from Wisconsin Recall

clint9 Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 2:11 AM
CANDIDATES will get America's support if "they show this kind of leadership." Pay attention. The standard has been set. Thank you and your families for running.
Many Dem parents aren't trusting their children's future to Obama. It's Over.
There is no Tea Party. The April 2009 nationwide Tea Parties were events. Good people came out to these events. Once liberals can label something, they can begin to manage it. Don't fall for the trap. We don't need hope and change. We don't need to take America back. We need adults to be adults. Most of the left and much of the right are not.
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Why Obama Will Lose in a Landslide

clint9 Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 1:30 AM
To Military Veterans: Thanks Politicians can become president. Only leaders can effectively serve as Commander-in-Chief. Young people serving in our Armed Forces and fighting our wars have more integrity than the person sitting in the White House who has tremendous influence on deciding where they fight and maybe die. See The Military's Moral Dilemma article at World Net Daily. http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=117857 Young Americans who proudly don uniforms of our armed forces and fight our wars often return from battle crippled or dead. How can Obama stand saluting over the flagged-draped coffins of America's fallen heroes yet he cannot lead them by his example?
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Why Obama Will Lose in a Landslide

clint9 Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 1:24 AM
30% of conservatives most likely will not vote for Romney if Rubio is vice pick. If that is the case, most will write in Ron Paul. RNC needs to get its head screwed on straight. This will be the last major two-party election in our country if Republicans mess this one up. A lot of people are holding back campaign money and support to see how this ticket pans out this summer. Rubio can become one of America's best longtime Senators. We need one. A 'Kennedy' of the conservative party.
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Why Obama Will Lose in a Landslide

clint9 Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 1:21 AM
Does anyone believe the polls? The real current ones probably read 70-30 Romney wins today. Most likely 80-20 come November. Many Dem parents aren't trusting their children's future to Obama. It's Over.
30% of conservatives most likely will not vote for Romney if Rubio is vice pick. If that is the case, most will write in Ron Paul. RNC needs to get its head screwed on straight. This will be the last major two-party election in our country if Republicans mess this one up. A lot of people are holding back campaign money and support to see how this ticket pans out this summer. Rubio can become one of America's best longtime Senators. We need one. A 'Kennedy' of the conservative party.
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Obama, Rubio Birthers Should Read the Law

clint9 Wrote: May 31, 2012 5:52 AM
It was Hillary's camp that started the first legal cases against Obama's eligibility two weeks after the 2008 DNC convention. Hillary knew Obama was ineligible. That's why, as the beltway-insider, in early 2008 she yanked him into an intentionally uncomfortable 6-person Senate committee to dig through McCain's eligibility. Initially Hillary probably planned to select Obama as her VP choice and surge to a clear victory with a stunning ticket; however, when Obama's own campaign for the WH overtook Mrs. Clinton's, thermo-nuclear war probably began between Dean, Soros, and the Clintons. Two weeks before the election, even Wolf on CNN said "If Obama is found ineligible, can Hilary win on a 2-week run?" The heat was on all the way to the end
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Obama, Rubio Birthers Should Read the Law

clint9 Wrote: May 31, 2012 5:51 AM
Reid and Pelosi were reluctant on Obama as the Dem candidate and knew joining on the Obama bandwagon could end in prison like Colson got after Watergate. That's why Pelosi distanced herself as best she could by not certifying, at least for Hawaii, that Obama was Constitutionally eligible. She knew he wasn't.
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Obama, Rubio Birthers Should Read the Law

clint9 Wrote: May 31, 2012 5:51 AM
Yes Bush and Cheney most likely knew Obama was ineligible, so did Governor Lingle, so did Howard Dean, so did Aunt Bea and Andy Griffith. Everyone had to bend for two reasons: too many secrets, and to avoid national and international race and religious riots. For crying out loud, Howard Dean created the largest super majority in a half century and then just a few days after the 2008 election resigns as DNC chair. Why? Answer: Separation. Space. Distance. From what? Ending up like those tangled up in Watergate. Even Blago got his foot tangled in the 2008 grab-bag net.
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