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"JESUS WEPT" An American Story

This is HISTORY you didn't learn in school about the destruction of a nation who could not defend it's borders.

http://jesusweptanamericanstory.blogspot.com/

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Friday, December 28, 2007

Paul supporters insist Reagan would vote for Paul

Over and over they tell me, "Reagan would vote for Ron Paul".

I just spent the past few minutes listening to Michael Reagan attempt to explain to a zealous Paul supporter that a president cannot eliminate the IRS or the various other pie in the sky notions Paul and his fan club have. In exasperation, Mike finally said,
"I would for Hillary or Obama first....My father would not for vote him. I would not vote for him. I don't want a nut job in the White House"

I thought it was interesting. We know Ron Paul has NO congressional endorsements for president. He has never gained support to ever get one piece of his legislation through.

Perhaps the people who work around Ron Paul have summed up his problem.

Best and Worst of Congress

Capitol Hill staffers rate their bosses: who’s naughty, who’s nice, who’s smart, who’s not, and lots more. Knowlegis, a government-relations data and software company, contributed to and helped distribute this survey[snip]

Worst Follower 1. Ronald Paul (R-Texas)2. Christopher Shays 3. Jeff Flake

********Paul has a reputation for listening to one person: himself. ***********

http://www.washingtonian.com/articles/mediapolitics/1666.html

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And Mike Huckabee stretching the truth yet again........

Bolton denies he is a Huckabee adviser
Politico ^ | December 28, 2007 | Lisa Lerer

In recent days, Mike Huckabee has tried to answer long-standing questions about who is on his foreign policy team. On Friday morning, he listed former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton as someone with whom he either has “spoken or will continue to speak.”

At a Thursday evening press conference, Huckabee said, "I've corresponded with John Bolton, who's agreed to work with us on developing foreign policy.”

Bolton, however, has a different view. “I’d be happy to speak with Huckabee, but I haven’t spoken with him yet,” said Bolton, now a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank in Washington......

On Thursday, he commented on the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, saying the U.S. needs to consider “what impact does it have on whether or not there’s going to be martial law continuing in Pakistan.” Martial law, as it turns out, was lifted two weeks ago....

Huckabee also raised eyebrows Thursday when he said that Bhutto’s death should prompt “an immediate, very clear monitoring of our borders and particularly to make sure if there's any unusual activity of Pakistanis coming into the country.”

And earlier this month, Huckabee said he was unfamiliar with the National Intelligence Estimate reporting that Iran hadn’t had a program to develop nuclear weapons since 2003.......


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