• “…Who’s The Fairest Of Them All?”

    Now that we have seen a dozen or so debates between the so-called “Republicans,” (I say so-called because neither Gary Johnson nor Ron Paul are Republicans, they are both fringe libertarians), it is time to re-evaluate those left standing, either out front or in the wings.
    Of all those out front, Perry is the only choice, unfortunately.
    Romney is being forced on us by the media and democrats, in the same manner Dole and McCain were. He has nothing going for him except that he is next in line in a RINO filled GOP. He has an uncanny ability to be on both sides of an issue, and, if anyone notices, it is to their detriment, not his. Arrogance at an extraordinary level.
    Santorum and Bachmann, probably the most consistently Conservative candidates we have seen recently, just can’t seem to connect with the voters. At one point, I was considering Bachmann, but she went all Pat Robertson on me, talking about God sending warnings to us through recent natural disasters, like Roberts said of Katrina. Santorum, on the other hand, only has one specific unforgivable fault, in my view. He backed Arlen Specter against a real Conservative. He damaged the country with that one move, and I will never give him a chance to do such damage again.
    Gingrich, undeniably the smartest on the stage, cut his throat declaring himself a “Wilsonian Progressive!” Wilson, the incredibly racist embarrassment of a President that gave us the Federal Reserve and the Federal Income Tax, and who segregated the military and the Federal Government, is not someone I want my President admiring or, God forbid, emulating. Newt and obama are exactly the same in a couple of ways…both speak from an intellectual “professorial” point, talking down to the uneducated minions, and both believe the only reason Big Government doesn’t work is that THEY have not been in charge. They both speak from a “we are the one you have been waiting for” point of view.
    Huntsman is obama’s personal candidate, there for no reason but to split the vote.
    That leaves Perry, a terrible debater, but when seen in less formal situations, easily holds his own and clearly has a grasp on governments role in staying out of the way of business. His part-time Congress idea is worth my vote, and, unless and until someone else jumps in and shows themselves more capable and Conservative, he has it. He is not perfect, but he is 1000 times more experienced in the workings of America, her values and greatness than the current “OWS” community organizer in the White House.
    In the wings, Trump lurks, waiting to pounce. While I admire his foreign and domestic business experience,  he wouldn’t be able to govern. He would be like Arnold Swarzenegger in California, ineffective due to lack of support from his legislature.
    Palin’s re-entry would collapse most other candidacies. Like Perry, her experience and energy policies would be great for America.
    Perry/Palin or Perry/Cain could work for me.
  • More Random Thoughts

    Random Thoughts:
    It is nice to see people finally coming to realize that “Fast and Furious was nothing but an assault on the Second Amendment. Today Rush, (who opened my eyes in 1991), was bragging about mentioning that possibility in July. I posted “Isn’t Murder A High Crime Or Misdemeanor?” in March.
    A Breitbart contributer, AWR Hawkins, addressed the issue of Hillary Clintons involvement in “Fast and Furious” yesterday. I posted “What Did Hillary Know, And When Did She Know It?” On Coach is Right and my blog in October.
    I was a big fan of Newt Gingrich in the 80’s and 90’s. His advisers at the time included the brilliantly prescient Alvin Toffler, author of “Future Shock”, written in the 60’s and published in 1970. I only lost interest in him with his acceptance of Americans having to pay a health-care mandate and his believing in the now-more-than-ever debunked Global Warming canard.
    Should he change those positions I would have no problem supporting him over the RINO Romney…Gingrich has shown himself to be the only candidate that will actually attack obama, rather than tear down all the other republicans to get the support of the RINO faction.
    Should he pick another fighter, like Palin, Cain or Trump as a VP, we would see a hell of an election cycle, and a bigger landslide than Reagan/Mondale.
    Does anyone believe a word coming out of the mouth of the Black Separatist Racist Attorney General, Eric Holder?
    There has not been a word published that would keep me from supporting Herman Cain. I have seen accusations based on allegations that have been investigated, and an “Invisible Woman” who claims a 13 year affair based on her word only. She doesn’t have a picture? A blue dress? After the Clinton-Lewinsky debacle, the thought of acquiring proof for such a claim escaped her? Really?
    There has not been a word published that would keep me from supporting Sarah Palin. I have only heard left-wing slander and lies, and I hope the dismal field shaking out now has her considering her options.
    I love Alec Baldwin! He shows what (male genitalia) progressive liberals are, on a daily basis, and their belief that they are sooo much better than the rest of us.
    What happened to all the lying media and their glorification of what they called “Democracy movements” in the Middle East? Now that the evil muslim brotherhood has taken over everywhere, why are they not fawning over their victory against humanity?
    Merry Christmas one and all, and if that term bothers you, well then, MERRY CHRISTMAS!
  • Cain Raising,…well,…CAIN!

    raise Cain  (old-fashioned)

    to complain angrily about something and to cause a lot of trouble for the people who are responsible for it. (1)
    Even when the media invents a “scandal” to destroy him through unproven innuendo concerning a decade old incident, Herman Cain throws it right back at them, and makes them all look like the agenda-driven character assassins they are. Perfect example of Cain “raising Cain.”
    When Herman Cain complains about something, he offers a solution. That is causing trouble for the people, (RINOs and libs), who are responsible.
    Mr. Cain is making believers out of a lot of people. His manner and actions are so un-political as to make one laugh.
    More people support him since the attacks!
    He does not think he is perfect, or always right, nor does he expect others to think he is.
    That is why he stands apart from journalists and politicians.
    There are three basic segments of American Society. They are Government, Media and Business.
    Two of them claim never to be responsible for their own failures, blaming their citizens, viewers or readers for being too stupid to understand their failed or failing decisions or programs, and the other one survives being wholly responsible for correcting mistakes and satisfying it’s consumers.
    Personally, I think Cain’s personal and business successes were probably sprinkled with occasional mistakes along the way, and his ability to overcome and or resolve these mistakes or setbacks are what now define the man we see.
    We have seen him recover from an admittedly uninformed position regarding the so-called “Palestineans,” and their, “right of return.” (2)
    He admitted his ignorance on the matter, but promised to get back to the interviewer.
    Which he did, the next week.
    His willingness to admit a shortcoming and correct it if necessary is what makes a great businessman and administrator.
    In a time when Mitt, “DOLEMcCAIN” Romney won’t admit he took a line out of his book, (in the face of a citizenry in which not a small number of people can actually read and see that he did), and Newt Gingrich can cross the aisle to sit on a couch with the San Francisco Socialist, the Progressive enemy of all free people, Nancy Pelosi, while lecturing Americans on the evils of Global Warming, and still expect to be taken seriously, Cain is refreshingly candid on his past and possible future shortcomings.
    In a time when the current president, while presiding over a collapsing economy and society, is claiming in a sycophantic Main Stream Media interview, that he has made no wrong choices, (3), (in the face of a citizenry in which not a small number of people can actually read and see that he did), Cain stands in stark contrast to the “professional politicians.”
    Recently, Mr. Cain said he would “make mistakes.” (4)
    Of course he will!
    Obviously, he uses those experiences to better himself and his message, unlike our current crop of  perpetually wrong politicians.
  • Cain’s An Able Capitalist

    They just don’t get it!
    Herman Cain is different.
    Herman Cain knows the value of a dollar, whether his or a contributors!
    I have to laugh at all these Main Stream Media yokels and establishment political dinosaurs, working from an outdated script, claiming Herman Cain can’t win because as his opponents are doing, he hasn’t desperately wasted millions of dollars in upcoming Republican primary states.
    Cain is leading in the National polls by more than a two to one margin with his system, but, according to the pinhead political gurus, that doesn’t count!
    How stupid are these people?
    Don’t they realize that his efficiency with a dollar in his campaign spending, and the success being generated with his fiscal prudence, is exactly what he has to offer us as President Cain?
    He is spending a tenth of the money of these other ingrained, throw-other-peoples-money-around-like-water politicians.
    They have no conception of the value of our money. They have no conception of Capitalism, and getting the most for your money.
    Cain is already showing us his superiority in the most basic of ways. He has streamlined his message and appearances, refused to waste money in states not germane to present circumstances, and is kicking butt doing so.
    Cain is approaching this like a sensible businessman should. Like any CEO running an advertising campaign, he is not spending money on ads in areas where his product isn’t yet available.
    In today’s electronic world, no one in the states he isn’t yet campaigning in is unaware of the message he is bringing.
    The Main Stream Media and the establishment RINOs running the other campaigns can continue to look down their collective noses at this “unelectable” interloper. They can continue to mock and sneer at his methods, because they know, or think they know, nothing but what has always been done will work.
    Like Mr. Cain said when it was pointed out that he is a businessman, and up to now, Washington has been run by professional politicians:
    “How’s that working out for you?”
  • GOP Debate Vs “A Fish Called Wanda: Not Apples and Oranges

    So I’m streaming the debate on my laptop last night, one ear listening through a headset, while watching a great old movie with my better half, (in a loving10 year relationship between a woman who despises anything political, and a man that lives and breathes it every day, this is called, “compromise”). “A Fish Called Wanda,” with John Cleese and Jamie Lee Curtis was on, and is always worth watching. A group of personable miscreants scheming, seemingly together, for the same goal, while planning to screw all the other participants any way possible to attain that goal themselves…but enough about the debate, back to the movie. (Bah-da-bum)
    Perry made a fool of himself. It was embarrassing to watch him try to stay on the script he obviously had been studying. He seemed stiff and stilted, like reading lines that don’t fit in his mouth. He may believe every word, I just don’t feel it from him.
    Cain never faltered in his defense of 9-9-9, but he should have had a few simple answers to go with his admonitions, (which the others certainly deserved for their misrepresentations), other than to tell people to go look it up. A quick explanation of how he avoids the step-by-step taxation on materials in production, would have helped.
    Cain still stands head and shoulders above them all.
    Romney needs to admit he took a damn line out of his book, and put it behind him. He screwed up. I don’t think his hair will let him admit to not being perfect. His verbal contortions belie his smoothness.
    Santorum seems a solid guy, a guy you can count on, and be proud to call friend. His heartfelt message of family leaves a palpable feeling in the room. I don’t know why, but just doesn’t seem to have the depth of a President to me.
    Ron Paul said some perfectly correct things.
    Was Huntsman there? Why is it possible to ask that same question after each debate?
    Professor Gingrich came out looking the best, over all, IMHO. His policy and historical knowledge can’t be denied, but his couch-sitting Climate-Change commercial with San Fran Nan left a deeply disturbing image I’ve yet to mentally purge successfully. He has work to do, but not an impossibility.
    Bachmann didn’t claim any more worldwide deadly natural disasters were warnings from God, and this time didn’t call for Cains 9-9-9 to be condemned because it might be turned upside down bringing out the devil in the details, so I guess she did ok.
    Cain is the winner, mainly because the “professional prostitutes” can’t destroy him for offering solutions, something they stopped doing years ago.
  • Random Thoughts…

    Random Thoughts…
    The recent uproar from America haters like the ACLU, and America-is-the-evil-of-the-world advocate Ron Paul made me shake my head in confusion.
    American citizenship is one of the easiest thing in the world for a free person to receive. You sign up, get on the list, and, unless you’re a mass murderer or criminal, after a while, you get your citizenship. All you are asked to do is renounce any allegiance to any other country, or documents, and live by our founding documents. If you are born here, you are automatically a citizen, but there is nothing in the law stating that you must remain a citizen as long as you live.
    Like our borders, no one is forced to stay here, or stay a citizen. You want to leave the country? LEAVE! You want to renounce your citizenship, DO IT!
    It would seem to make sense that if all one must do to come here and be a citizen is apply for it, and observe, preserve and protect our constitution, that if one leaves the country and renounces America, her values and founding documents as evil, and states a desire to destroy America and her citizens, and actively takes part in plots to kill Americans and harm or destroy America, one surrenders their American citizenship of their own volition, automatically. Their pursuit of happiness does not give them the freedom to end all others similar pursuits, nor protect their attempts to do so in an American court of law, with Constitutional protections.
    Just as our Declaration of Independence was written for Americans, as a statement from Americans defining their new country, and not a declaration that all peoples of the world were free men with equal rights, our citizenship is not sacrosanct and all encompassing.
    Those that wish to destroy our lives, our constitution and the freedoms associated with it, are not protected by our constitution because of their disbelief in it! The instant they take action against the interests of America, and publicly state a desire to kill free Americans because they are free Americans, they obviously should be stripped of our legal protections.
    Herman Cain is going to make a great President, because he does not believe he knows everything, but he knows how to accumulate knowledge from others, assimilate that knowledge, and use it to his advantage. His business sense and lack of obligation to any political base will serve to make America first in the world, the leader in all fields, once again. A true CEO accepts nothing less.
    Chris Christie is not a Republican, and, according to reports today, (Tuesday, 10/4/2011), he will not pollute the republican primary system with his duplicity and lies, thank God.
    Why has there been no push back against Al Queada from Ron Paul and the “Truthers?” They know America caused 9/11. Are they going to allow Al Queada to publicly take credit for what they know George Bush did?
    Just wonderin’…
  • Iowa GOP Field, IMHO

    Thoughts on the recent GOP debate.

    Ron Paul: Love his wanting to stick it to the Federal Reserve. Everything else he says is enough to have him committed. He actually compared China, Russia, Pakistan and India, and, by extension, every nuclear nation, with Iran, pleading for Iran to be allowed to have a nuke. He studiously avoided the facts, like the fact that Iran is actively at war with the world, funding terrorists all over the world, (at the moment Iranian snipers are in Syria killing protesters. Not that they don’t deserve it, I have no sympathy for a single Syrian subject). He might make sense, if he could get every other country to bring their soldiers home, also. Pollyanna, will destroy America.

    Rick Santorum: I was raised a Catholic. Went to Catholic school up to the twelfth grade. I don’t want to live in Catholic school. Religious zealot.

    Tim Pawlenty: A joke, never wanted the job, obviously doesn’t understand Congressional politics, or wouldn’t have made a fool of himself demanding that one person sticking by their Conservative principles but not getting communists progressives on other side of the aisle to follow can’t be a leader. Claimed to be THE Leader, and drops out after a respectable third place finish, with the second place being “gamed” by Paul with his bused-in college crowds, who never actually vote in elections. If T-Paw, (the most infantile attempt to be hip I have EVER heard), who actually came in second, (Pauls votes just don’t count, not serious), can’t stay in and fight after the FIRST contest, he is NO LEADER, he is a coward, afraid to stand up and fight for what he believes.

    Newt Gingrich: Great ideas, but sitting on the couch with San Fran Nan removed him forever from any higher office, at least from the right. Attacking the media for repeating his words is ignorant. Either defend what you say, or apologize and admit mistakes. He went on to defend, but, after whining like a little girl, he looked anything but presidential. He had a good answer, but blew it.

    Mitt Romney: obama

    Michelle Bachman: courageous fighter, principled, America first outlook. America would benefit from her leadership.

    Herman Cain: not a political bone in his body, capitalist at his best. Exactly what America needs going forward against our financial problems. Not egocentric, knows how to seek out information from experts and put it to good use. America would benefit from his leadership.

    Jon Huntsman: WHO? He is obama’s candidate, in the race to split the vote at obama’s behest.


    All candidates positions listed can be found at, “ontheissues.org”



  • Main Stream Media NOT The Voice Of The GOP!

    So the Main Stream Media has decided an anti-gun, pro-choice politician, a  “comprehensive” border policy supporter who will not jail owners that hire illegals, a man that believes in Man-made global warming, practices what to some is a “strange” religion, wants gays in the Boy Scouts and the military, who thinks muslims can be convinced to change to democracy without the military, and wants the government to mandate citizens to purchase health care, is acceptable Presidential material.

    I’m not talking about the current President they love so much, barack hussein obama. No, I’m speaking about their newest crush, Mitt Romney.

    They are bending over backwards to keep Romney the front-runner, the “obvious” choice for the GOP, because he is almost obama. The media needs to ensure that whoever the GOP nominates be a pale comparison of what we have now, so they can claim, (after Romney gets the nod), “why vote for him, when obama is giving you all that and more!”

    Once again, the GOP is relegated to putting up the “next in line”. It didn’t work for Dole; they tried again with obamas mini-me, McCain, and it would’ve been an obama landslide had McCain not picked Palin for VP. The only reason the election was as close as it was, was because people, me included, held their noses and voted McCain, figuring, (never hoping, that is too much), he’d die before he did as much damage as obama, or he himself wanted, and a Conservative would become President.

    The only way the MSM can cover for the current embarrassment is to ensure that whoever the GOP puts up, there is little or no contrast with him.

    The scenario they fear the most, and are struggling to avoid, is someone like Cain, Bachmann, Palin, or their REAL fear, Rick Perry, standing on the stage with obama, contrasting their Pro-America ideals with his America-needs-to-apologize-for-existing-mentality.

    Neither obama, nor any of his advisors, know anything of the real world. They are theoreticians, academics who have never held a job, nor created a job, nor run a business. Herman Cain alone has more business experience than all of the obama administration officials put together! The stark contrast between a pro-business, pro-growth, America first candidate, and what we have now, would be striking. The MSM’s job is to keep that contrast from the public eye.

    obama wants abortion on demand, all unwanted children dead, and if they survive the first attempt to kill them in the womb, murder them in the hospital.

    Bachmann has 23 foster children, a fact I was ignorant of until just recently.

    Yeah, that’s a debate they want to see! (NOT!)

    I have been watching the continued attacks on Rick Perry, (GASP, he asked people to PRAY with him!), trying to ensure a discomfort level to keep him out of the race.

    I could see Perry running, Palin supporting him to the nomination, and Mark Rubio for VP.