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    Alan Keyes 2012: Last chance for American liberty

    Alan Keyes 2012

    All you need to know about Alan Keyes can be found by viewing this video:


    If you have not had the opportunity to research Alan Keyes I highly recommend it; of particular interest is his televised debates between himself and NoBama when they ran against each other for Illinois Senate...

    Further, I encourage all to send Alan Keyes a short note asking him to throw his hat into the 2012 Ring; because while MoveOn, DailyKos and Organizing For America are raising millions of dollars a day in five dollar contributions to his reelection we still don't have a viable candidate (Romney-Obama) is no choice...
    Contact Alan Keyes:
    http://loyaltoliberty.com/

    Alan Keyes 2012: Last chance for American liberty


    This week a hospital in China reported that "conjoined twin girls with a single body and two heads have been born at its facility." By coincidence, (or was it Providence) the photo that accompanied the report perfectly illustrates the topic brought to my mind for this week's column by the reported results of a Gallup poll conducted toward the end of April. –

    "Fifty-two percent of Americans believe the Republican and Democratic parties do such a poor job of representing the people that a third party is needed. … The percentage calling for a third party is down from August, when it tied its high of 58 percent." Moreover the report goes on to note an even more significant fact, that "the majority of Republicans [now] back [a] third part for [the] first time." It also notes that "right now there is also a significant party gap, with 52 percent of Republicans favoring a third party, compared with 33 percent of Democrats."

    The report goes on to confirm that this disaffection is of long standing. "Support for a third party has fluctuated since October 2003, when Gallup first asked this question. The majority of Americans thought a third party was not needed at that time. Since then, Americans have generally favored a third party. …" Thus for close to seven years a majority of Americans have consistently felt that the current party system doesn't represent them. (Imagine a seven-year period in which Americans were found to be consistently pessimistic about the economy. Like casualties in a war, this would eventually have become a major news subject just about every day. Yet their seven-year stretch of political pessimism has been consistently ignored.)

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    2012: Last chance for American liberty


    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    This week a hospital in China reported that "conjoined twin girls with a single body and two heads have been born at its facility." By coincidence, (or was it Providence) the photo that accompanied the report perfectly illustrates the topic brought to my mind for this week's column by the reported results of a Gallup poll conducted toward the end of April. –
    Do a google search on Britney and Abigail Hensel.

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    Bolton/Cain/West in any combination. These are men who would put the country and the folks first. They're straight shooters and straight talkers - what this country desperately needs right now. Unfortunately, the brain washed sheeple and the recipient class practically mandate that these men will be unelectable.
    “You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you mad.” – Aldous Huxley

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    Quote Originally Posted by MI .45 View Post
    Bolton/Cain/West in any combination.
    I don't know about either Michael Bolton or Kanye West, but Glenn Thomas Jacobs A.K.A. Kane would be a good pick as he has been a Ron Paul supporter in the past.

    Kane

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    This one is pretty interesting, don't anybody take this as an endorsement, cause I don't like anybody that is officially in it yet; but I find it interesting a member of Obama's own party is running against him and slamming him pretty good too...



    PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE RANDALL TERRY RUNS 60-SECOND ADS IN IOWA

    ALSO: MR. TERRY TO BE PRESENT IN DES MOINES JUNE 10 AND 11 AT HOMESCHOOL CONVENTION.


    On Thursday, June 9, Democratic Presidential Candidate Randall Terry begins airing TV ads vigorously denouncing President Obama’s record and agenda.

    Mr. Terry states: “I use the words and imagery that most tea-party and pro-life activists use everyday. History will show that Mr. Obama is the worst President in U.S. history; he is at war with Life and Liberty, and is enslaving our children to unfathomable debt. This commercial makes that case with precision, and without apology.”

    And: “I am simply saying what John Boehner or Mitt Romney should say daily; apparently they do not posses the courage or clarity of thought.”

    Mr. Terry available for interview for local media at HyVee Hall, Exhibition Hall, 730 Third St Des Moines IA 50309

    The current schedule for the ad times on Thursday, June 9:

    ABC 5 (WOI TV) Des Moines: 10 PM news
    NBC (WHO) Des Moines: 10 PM news
    CBS (KCCI) Des Moines: 6 PM news
    NBC (KTIV) Sioux City: 5 PM news
    CBS (KMEG) Sioux City: 5 PM news
    Fox (KPTH) Sioux City: 9 PM news

    Link to Mr. Terry’s 60-second commercial: http://www.terryforpresident.com/

    Text of commercial:

    Barack Hussein Obama is the worst President in American History.

    He’s at war with our founding principles of life and liberty.

    His bailout of Wall Street, and socialist agenda have enslaved our children to debt…to China.

    His addiction to Arab oil funds Islamic terrorists, while he leaves billions of barrels untouched in ANWR.

    He chose a government shutdown, paid our soldiers late, rather than defund Planned Parenthood.

    He cast aside the Defense of Marriage Act.

    And is guilty of the slaughter of unborn babies - defying the Commandments of God.

    Who will stop this madman? The establishment? John Boehner? Mitt Romney?

    I’m asking your vote in the Iowa Caucus against Obama. I can defeat him here…if YOU put principle ahead of party; life and liberty, ahead of comfort…and slavery.
    For more information, visit
    http://www.TerryForPresident.com/
    God bless


    Randall Terry



    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Gary Johnson has my vote, but the liberal left and CNN have decided that he shouldn't take part in the debates. He's as constitutionally minded as Ron Paul, but not as old or fringe. He's got more political office time than Cain, and he left New Mexico's Governorship(term limited) with a budget surplus.
    "The 2nd amendment was never intended to allow private citizens to 'keep and bear arms'. If it had, there would have been wording such as 'the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed'." -- Ken Konecki on Usenet, on 27 Jul 1992

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    Rick Santorum Voted NO on banning lawsuits against gun manufacturers for gun violence. (Mar 2004)
    Thanks Bohemian. He will not be on my list! Except for NO!
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    Post Correcting the record

    Quote Originally Posted by CapGun View Post
    Rick Santorum Voted NO on banning lawsuits against gun manufacturers for gun violence. (Mar 2004)
    Thanks Bohemian. He will not be on my list! Except for NO!
    If you're referring to this vote, please be aware that S. 1805 was rejected 90-8 after it suffered the addition of several anti-gun amendments, including amendments by Senator McCain to "close the 'gun show loophole'" and an amendment from Senator Feinstein to extend the now-defunt "assault weapons" ban for 10 more years. In 2005, the Senate passed a clean bill, S. 397, which became law; Senator Santorum not only voted for but cosponsored this bill.

    At this time, I do not have a preferred candidate but will speak out to correct the record whenever necessary, regardless of which candidate is involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astute View Post
    Herman Caine, Ron Paul, Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin, Rick Perry in any Combination, but I would lean towards Paul-Caine
    After a little further research I'm going to have to remove Herman Caine from my list and replace it with Gary Johnson. After listening to him tonight on "Stossel", I'm EXTREEMLY impressed
    Good Luck!!!
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    I don't know about either Michael Bolton or Kanye West, but Glenn Thomas Jacobs A.K.A. Kane would be a good pick as he has been a Ron Paul supporter in the past.

    Kane
    They need a rolling your eyes smiley.

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