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ron paul is our best
Got this email a few minutes ago. This makes more sense than most of the stuff we have been hearing. Like the little Jewish woman's chicken soup, "it couldn't hurt."
Don't know where this originated and am not sure if it would work, but it does make one think about the possibilities . . .
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It’s going to be an ugly campaign. We all know it and we’re ready for it but it’s going to the ugliest and nastiest and dirtiest campaign in history.
Regardless of whom the GOP nominee turns out to be, why NOT take the early lead?
If the GOP Nominee takes this advice, it will send a clear message to the Republican establishment that conservatives aren’t going to do business as usual any more. It would shake the establishment and pull together conservative voters.
Even if the establishment candidate, Romney, becomes the nominee and adopts this measure, HE would pull together the conservative vote.
Here is a little something else this would do…It would shake the Obama campaign to its core.
As soon as the 1,144 delegates are in hand, WHOEVER garners them either at the convention or before…put this into motion.
Rather than a leisurely march toward a VP nominee or a surprise VP announcement like we got in 2008, vet the possible VPs NOW and stand ready to announce the running mate in a nationally televised press conference the day after the delegates are in hand.
Make the VP choice…Allen West.
Having Congressman West in the VP slot makes him a TRIPLE THREAT and a VP who WILL redefine the role. Triple threat? As the Vice President he would attend to the regular duties and be a heartbeat away from the presidency. A Vice President West would also act as a second Secretary of State in difficult diplomatic negotiations. AND…A Vice President West would work in concert with the Secretary of Defense to realign our military and redefine its role.
Oh but this is just the START of the strategy!!!
As soon as the nominee has introduced West as the running mate…THE NOMINEE WOULD THEN INTRODUCE HIS SECRETARY OF STATE NOMINEE…
John Bolton. As a former Ambassador to the United Nations there is nobody with a better handle on the world’s issues or more familiar with the players. John Bolton is tough, straight forward and not likely to appease ANYONE.
Now, you have the nominee on stage, the VP choice and the Secretary of State nominee…Let’s not stop there.
Next to walk onto the stage…
Sarah Palin…Nominee for Secretary of Energy.
Palin’s directive…Set us on the path toward energy independent in 10 years. Can you think of a better choice? Anyone more invested in that goal? Anyone who is more knowledgeable or adept?
Can you feel the ground starting to shake?
Next out of the wings and onto the stage…
The nominee for Secretary of Defense. Enter…General David Petraeus.
As great as he was fighting a PC war…Imagine what he’ll be like once he and West have pressed the reset button on our rules of engagement. In Petraeus we will have a Secretary of Defense whose mission will be to win. PERIOD.
Oh…I’m not done yet…..
Next up…The nominee for Attorney General…Pam Bondi.
Bondi is a no nonsense fighter who has taken on the current administration over Obamacare and WILL clean out the corruption rampant in that office today.
Okay, where are we? Who is now standing on the stage? The nominee…Allen West…John Bolton…Sarah Palin…General Petreaus and Pam Bondi.
How about a Secretary of the Treasury? We would need someone who has worked for YEARS in the tax field who understands the overwhelming burden of tax codes and who has, for years fought to restructure those codes.
Welcome Michele Bachmann to the stage…The nominee for Secretary of the Treasury.
By now, fissures should be opening in the ground, rumbling coming from the sky and the faint odor of brimstone should be in the air.
We will need someone new…someone with new ideas to head up the Fed.
Please welcome Ron Paul. Yes, I realize this, under Paul, will be a temporary position; but somehow, I doubt Ron Paul wants to make a career of running the Fed.
Secretary of the Interior? Governor Bobby Jindal…COME ON DOWN!!!!!
And finally…We need someone to head up the Department of Homeland Security. We must have someone who understands the issues we face. Someone who has worked in federal law enforcement. Someone who won’t take any guff from anybody.
Please…a round of applause for…Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Feel free to substitute names…add your own choices, but these are mine. The picks are only a part of the whole picture however. The impact is as important as the names.
Were the GOP nominee to do this…call a press conference and make such an announcement…It would be unprecedented. Never before has a presidential nominee entered the full on campaign with a fully assembled team.
Can you even IMAGINE the shock-and-awe wave which would be sent through the Obama campaign were the GOP nominee to do this?
Think about it.
From the word GO it would be unlike any previous presidential campaign.
Instead of simply nominee X against Obama we would have Nominee X vs Obama…Congressman Allen West vs Joe Biden…John Bolton vs Hillary Clinton…Sarah Palin vs Stephen Chu…General Petreaus vs Leon Panetta…Pam Bondi vs Eric Holder…Michele Bachmann vs Tim Geitner…Ron Paul vs Ben Bernake…Bobby Jindal vs Ken Salazar and Sheriff Joe Arpaio vs Janet Napolitano.
Think about that…Let that sink in…All campaigning at once. There would be no way out for Obama as each and every key player on his team would be exposed and held to account from the word GO. It would be a full on frontal assault and Obama would have no place to hide.
By adopting this proposal, Obama would be forced into a pot of boiling water or into the fire. If he tried to rid himself of baggage he would be exposed of running from his own record and that of the very people he’s been standing behind for political expediency. If he stays with them, he would be forced to defend them. Boiling water or a raging fire…his choice.
It’s bold, brash and completely against the establishment business as usual strategy. It’s earth shaking.
An entire assembled team of key cabinet positions…Each one a pitbull on a T-Bone…hammering their liberal counterparts on every issue, every day, from the word GO until November 6th, 2012.
This is the third of my 3-part series this week. Yesterday’s Standing on the Right Principles and Tuesday’s Inaugural Address comprising the other 2 parts.
We will have to play the cards we’re dealt with the GOP nominee, but tell me THIS strategy wouldn’t go a LONG way toward bringing the conservative voters together. Tell me this strategy wouldn’t pull in and appeal to independents.
As voters, using THIS strategy, we would be voting for the whole team rather than just the standard, business-as-usual Presidential 2-person ticket.
Feel free to insert your own cabinet choices and explanations in the comments below – but whatever you do…SHARE THIS ARTICLE LINK FAR AND WIDE!!!
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never mind all the rest
ron paul is our best
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I like your suggestions, except Sarah Palin as Secretary of Energy. That position needs to be filled by someone who thoroughly understands science and engineering. She is not the one.
Very strong strategy indeed and while I am not 100% sure on your cabinet positions I think they are pretty good.
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I like all of your choices. Only issue that I could possibly think of is John Bolton. While I really like him and his positions, his having been a professional diplomat, and having spent a number of years in the State Department, may prevent him from having the 'nads to fire pretty much the entire department, which is what is sadly needed. Otherwise, there may be no better choice for that position. And the libs really hate him.
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Sounds good to me.It won't happen but it should
I'd agree with most of the choices here, except for Sarah Palin for the Energy secretary. While she is a great spokeswoman for conservative politics, someone with more science heavy experience would be better in the position.