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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 9:37 AM
Ever ask yourselves why it is that the two candidates and the two parties are so afraid to have Gary Johnson or even Jill Stein join them in the debates? Could it be that they are afraid the public might get a different view of how a candidate would deal with our problems? Romney and Obama agree on most points, so isn't it fair to the American voter to hear a dissenting view?
Conservative Christians still have a choice in Gary Johnson who is on the ballot in all fifty states and has the same numerical chance of winning as do Obama and Romney. Most of us confess that Romney was not and is not our first choice, and those who are voting for him are doing it for the most part only to keep Obama from winning a second term. Isn't it time we stopped voting against somebody and started voting for somebody? Gary Johnson is getting my vote because he is someone I can easily vote FOR.
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God and Jerusalem

darrelJ Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 9:53 AM
Iran is not a threat to Israel! The opposite may be true, but no one today can recall the last time Iran strayed outside of their own borders to war with any nation. Iran's latest battle was with Iraq, which invaded Iran, not the other way around. Quit drinking the Kool Aid.
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Four More Years of Failure?

darrelJ Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 10:38 AM
Just from reading the headline of this column, we are doomed to four more years of failure unless we elect the only candidate with a proven record of success, and I sure don't mean Mitt Romney. Gary Johnson is the only candidate who has a proven record both as a businessman and as a governor with very successful results, but I fear America is too stupid to recognize achievement and will instead fall in line with party and will elect one of two failures with inadequate records instead.
I worked for Safeway in Texas when Coors beer was only available to you if you knew someone who was going to Colorado and was willing to bring some back for you. When Coors opened their first distributorship in Houston, and the beer was now readily available, we built huge end displays of cold Coors, and it never got warm before it sold. The newness soon wore off, and Coors settled in with the other brands as to how it sold. Same would be true with legalizing drugs. Once the newness wore off, sales would also drop like a rock.
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Constitutionalist: What’s in a Name?

darrelJ Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 9:59 AM
We have that guy, but the media tends to want to ignore his presence. In spite of the lack of reporting, he is still amassing huge crowds where ever he appears and is the only constitutionalist running: Ron Paul.
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Constitutionalist: What’s in a Name?

darrelJ Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 9:57 AM
I can't understand how it's possible to write a column about being a "constitutionalist" and not make any mention of the only candidate this year who is one; Ron Paul. However, I am also aware that somehow Ron Paul's name is forbidden to be mentioned by the media in general, unless in a bad light. He is the true definition of a constitutionalist, none the less.
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In the Long Run, Is the GOP Dead?

darrelJ Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 10:16 AM
The Republican party is not only dying, it is committing suicide. Romney has little chance of beating Obama in November and it is the GOP who has pushed for him to be their candidate, instead of Ron Paul who could unite the people from both the GOP, and across the spectrum; black, white, Latino and Asian. Romney only tends to turn people away from voting, as did Dole and McCain. Until the party is willing to get behind the person the people want be the candidate of the party, we will continue to see failed Republican campaigns, such as Dole's and McCain's, and soon Romney's.
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Election Integrity: It Matters

darrelJ Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 10:04 AM
They can have all of the poll watchers they want, but until we get back away from electronic voting and computer rigged results, we will not get legitimate elections. It has been demonstrated that those in power can get the desired results by pre-programming the computers in voting places to alter the voting pattern, and we need to get back to the old fashioned paper ballots. It's like Reagan said, "Trust, but verify" We currently have NO way to verify the vote count.
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Romney's Running Mate

darrelJ Wrote: May 12, 2012 10:09 AM
Don't put the horse before the cart. Romney has not yet secured the nomination, and there is a good chance he may not. Ron Paul is amassing delegates to the degree he may be able to force the convention to be a brokered one, in which he stands a better than even chance of beating Romney, who is far from popular with the majority of Republicans.
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Gold’s Downward Drift

darrelJ Wrote: Apr 23, 2012 8:12 AM
Beijing has given the Chinese banks the authorization to sell the US Dollar short. They realize what the author seems to fail to see; that the dollar is falling off of the cliff. Holding gold and silver is the ONLY hedge we have against a failing dollar. What he calls a downward drift is only a slight correction before the eventual rise on the price of gold related to the failing US dollar.
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