Blogs 4 Brownback

March 8, 2007

Family Matters

Filed under: Family,John McCain,Newt Gingrich,Rudy Giuliani,Sam Brownback — jess1992 @ 10:01 am


I just wanted to add a thought I had when I read Ha, Ha Rudy. I think the other candidates want to pretend that their family doesn’t matter. Not just Guiliani (but he’s the worst!) I heard McCain left his first wife because she was in a car accident and was really hurt and wasn’t pretty any more. I think the way a man treats his family can tell you alot about how he’ll treat other people and how his family acts tells you how other people will treat him. Well, clearly Guliani doesn’t respect any one and his family doesn’t respect him. His son said right in public he doesn’t have time for his dad!

I’ve got three older brothers and two older sisters. We all help our dad run his business. We hardly ever argue about anything and we’d never say sorry dad, we can’t help you! never mind right out in public! Because we respect him. Now what if Guliani got elected. I bet he’d be too busy dealing with all of his ex-wives and everything to do his job. And when he went to Congress for something they’d say Sorry Mr. President, we can’t help you because we don’t respect you! Nothing would get done!

And talking about divorce. Look at Guliani and McCain too. Guliani sure can’t make up his mind when it comes to being married! I wonder if he’s sure he wants to be president. Maybe he’d get to be president of the U.S. and decide he’d rather be president of Canada! Later America!

And then there’s McCain. His wife got hurt, he got another wife. What happens if there’s another terrorist attack or something else goes wrong? Would he just dump the whole country because it was too much trouble?

But thank goodness for Mr. Brownback! He’s only been married once so we know he doesn’t change his mind all of the time. He’s got three kids and he even adopted two more. That tells you he’s not selfish. You never hear his kids saying bad things about him, you never hear about them at all. I’m sure they might argue about little stuff, but they respect him so they keep it to themselves.

Sorry this is so long but I guess what I mean is this. Family does matter. A man who doesn’t stand by his family can’t stand by anyone. If his family doesn’t stand by him, no one else will want to either.


p.s. This is my first post here, please don’t be mean in the comments!

Update: Oh Puleeze, Mr. Gingrich. Even I know about Newt Gingrich. He divorced his first wife while she was sick with cancer so he could have another wedding and then changed his mind about that woman! Now I just read that he’s sorry and he’s asked God to forgive him (he doesn’t say exactly what for, maybe he’s not even thinking of his wife.) Well, that’s good that he’s sorry I guees. I guess it counts if you just say to God, Hey I’m sorry without a priest, but I think its about time America had a President that didn’t need to say how sorry he is for forgetting his wedding vows. Twice!

— j


  1. That’s an excellent point. Brownback is the best family man in the field, and if the GOP sends up some degenerate like Giuliani or flop-flipper like Romney, we’ll just have to write Brownback in on the general election ballot. I have no doubt that he’ll win, even if it comes to that.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 8, 2007 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  2. Amen! I like the title and the post. Family does indeed matter. What about Romney? If he were to become President, would he take multiple wives? He’ll have a First Lady, a Second Lady, followed by possibly a Third Lady!

    Comment by Bob Arctor — March 8, 2007 @ 11:43 am | Reply

  3. “Amen! I like the title and the post. Family does indeed matter. What about Romney? If he were to become President, would he take multiple wives? He’ll have a First Lady, a Second Lady, followed by possibly a Third Lady!”

    True. And what if he steals everyone else’s wife, too? What if he tries to use the military to marry every other woman in America? I don’t think that would be very good for our Republic.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 8, 2007 @ 11:49 am | Reply

  4. First of all, great website. It is nice to see Brownback supporters are getting a head start on 2008.

    However, in response to some of the comments, I feel moved to remind you that we all worship the same God. Christians should not fight amongst themselves when there are REAL enemies that would like to wipe out all Christians the world over.

    I recently had a conversation with a co-worker who said he would not vote for Brownback because he is a Catholic. When I asked what that had to do with anything I was subjected to a lot of garbage about how the Church isn’t really a religon. Maddening, but I’m sure you too have been subjected to this sort of hate speech. And I couldn’t tell him what I really thought because our supervisor was listening in and I will not provide fuel to the secularists. I bet he would have loved to tell all of his “friends” that he saw two Christians fighting at work.

    So my problem with Mr. Romney is not his religion, but the writer of this post mentioned people who change their minds and I do have a problem believing that Mr. Romney now cares about children from the moment their lives begin. Or at least his change from pro-death to pro-life seems very convenient. And as for that disgusting attack on marriage that HIS state unleashed on America, I am afraid I don’t believe he’s had a true change of heart there either. Even if he is sincere too much is at stake to leave this country in the hands of inconsistent men!

    Comment by Alan R. — March 8, 2007 @ 4:04 pm | Reply

  5. Very thoughtful post, Alan. Although I think the criticism of Romney is in good fun, we do all indeed worship the same God. And we share the same enemy. There are many reasons to criticize Romney. And even more reasons to support Brownback. Hopefully his message can get through the MSM filter. I think this is what is so frustrating for true conservatives. I’m afraid they’re trying to push Hillary vs Guiliani. Not much of a choice there.

    Comment by Red State Guy — March 8, 2007 @ 4:28 pm | Reply

  6. You are sooo right, j. And you to, Alan. Families matter to us but they sure don’t seem to matter to so many people these days and that is a shame. You can’t go anywhere anymore without seeing teenagers listening to disrespectful music, or fornicating in public or having something pierced, tattooed or freaky hair color. In their efforts to be “hip” they all look the same, gross. When you let leftists run the media and the courts, what do you wind up with? 9 year olds who want to be 25 and have no respect for their bodies or their babies!

    Girls are super agressive and everyone expect boys to be little sissies or they have to go into counselling. We are expected to accept same sex marriage without a complaint and then be understand when the kids get read books at school about a little girl and her two mommies or daddies and act like it’s natural….

    This country is going to the dogs, and we need a Brownback, someone with real family values to whip it back into shape before its too late!

    Comment by patricia — March 8, 2007 @ 4:34 pm | Reply

  7. Just a quick question for the panel.

    Don’t you think America is a little burnt out on the whole extreme right wing Christian [*tian] thing after Bush? After the whole Terri Shaivo thing?

    Do you really think Brownback can beat Rudy?

    [Ed Note: We would prefer that you be respectful and not abbrev. Christ’s name with an X. Thank you. — Psycheout]

    Comment by Dave — March 8, 2007 @ 6:58 pm | Reply

  8. George Bush is not an extreme right wing Christian. So I don’t really know what you’re talking about, Dave. I think America was saddened by the Terri Shaivo “thing” but what on G-d’s green Earth is wrong with wanting to defend and protect life? And finally, I realize that the MSM is pushing Rudy, since McCain is already damaged goods (and too old and crazy and liberal). Sam can certainly beat RINO Rudy if his message can get past the MSM filter. Time will tell and is on our side. I keep Sam in my prayers.

    Thank you for your questions and I hope you continue to visit our website. Give us a chance to convince you that the only clear choice for 2008 is Samuel Brownback — American conservative patriot.

    Comment by Psycheout — March 8, 2007 @ 7:49 pm | Reply

  9. BTW, Dave. What is with this Church of Satan stuff in your link? Is this some “cool” fad or do you actually believe in and serve Satan? I’ll confer with the other front page posters here, but we may have to remove the link to that website. You are welcome to comment here and offer your views and ask your questions. We appreciate discussions. But I, for one, do not support promoting Satan, even if you think it’s somehow “hip” or “funny.” Please refrain from linking to it in the future. Thanks.

    Comment by Psycheout — March 8, 2007 @ 7:54 pm | Reply

  10. Great, now I’ll have nightmares because someone thinks the Devil is funny. Most of the goth kids around here are really nice. But I guess Dave is one of the ones who think its cool to scare people. Well I think they’re just sick. And not good sick.

    And Its CHRISTIAN, Dave. I guess worshipping the you-know-what makes you a bit slow.

    I’m taking the link down. What if Mr. Brownback happened across this site? If you all want to put something like that back up you can!

    Comment by jess1992 — March 8, 2007 @ 8:20 pm | Reply

  11. We have a very liberal (no pun intended) comment policy here. Please don’t give us a reason to ban you, Dave. Thank you. (You have been warned.)

    Comment by Psycheout — March 8, 2007 @ 8:32 pm | Reply

  12. In all fairness, while I do agree that Brownback is more certainly the candidate who best represents American values. I think we should not berate Gingrich so much. Next to Brownback, he’s the only other candidate who seems to really understand and grasp the threat against American resulting from the Liberalism of socialists such as Clinton, Kerry and Gore.

    Say what you will about Three time Gulie, or Flip Romney, but Gingrich is conservative through and through. He’s apologized for his moral failings, we should accept that and move on.

    Remember Reagan’s 11th commandmant, though shalt not say bad things about fellow Republicans.

    Comment by Harry — March 8, 2007 @ 8:52 pm | Reply

  13. “but Gingrich is conservative through and through. He’s apologized for his moral failings, we should accept that and move on.”

    So if Clintoon apologized, then everything would be cool and we should just move on?

    Comment by Dave — March 9, 2007 @ 1:55 am | Reply

  14. “We have a very liberal (no pun intended) comment policy here. Please don’t give us a reason to ban you, Dave. Thank you. (You have been warned.)”

    Liberal comment policy?

    like the way you edited this comment?

    At least you left the “Christian” [*tain] that time.


    [Ed Note: Don’t test my patience, Dave. — Psycheout]

    Comment by Dave — March 9, 2007 @ 1:57 am | Reply

  15. Dave, I only edited out your potty language. You’re lucky I didn’t delete the comment altogether. I’m more than happy to have dissenting views across the entire spectrum expressed here. But I won’t tolerate abuse and foul language. This is a website about the candidacy of Samuel Brownback, not a megaphone for your profanity. Are you going to be civil or are you going for three strikes? Your choice.

    Comment by Psycheout — March 9, 2007 @ 2:02 am | Reply

  16. Oh, and as far as Gingrich goes, he is as guilty as “Clintoon” and will be held accountable in the eyes of G-d. Hopefully both sinners will have made their amends before they appear in front of St. Peter.

    Comment by Psycheout — March 9, 2007 @ 2:17 am | Reply

  17. If this Dave person is turning out to be some kind of left-wing troll, we may have to take more drastic measures against him.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 9, 2007 @ 4:16 am | Reply

  18. Wow, I’m troll now, eh?

    Just pointin’ out the hypocrisies [or rather the obvious, that I’m a troll] that’s all.

    Comment by Dave — March 9, 2007 @ 8:29 pm | Reply

  19. So if Clintoon apologized, then everything would be cool and we should just move on?

    Well, there IS that whole lying-under-oath issue. As far as Gingrich goes, though, I don’t feel that he represents conversative values. He has absolutely no respect for marriage vows, and I have no respect for someone with such a lack of integrity and character. Contrast him with Brownback – a man whose word is his bond, and who upholds traditional conservative values. We need more Brownbacks and fewer Gingrichs in the Republican party: good, honest men and women who live their lives with integrity and maturity, and who can be counted upon to keep their word.

    Comment by lyssie — March 9, 2007 @ 9:51 pm | Reply

  20. Hello all, just checking back here. If I misconstrued the comments about Romney by Mr. Sisyphus and Mr. Arctor, I apologize. Guess I should listen to the wife when she tells me I’m too serious.

    Now I’ll take a stab at Mr. Dave’s question because I think the question deserves an answer even if he trying to upset people:

    I believe we should move on from Mr. Clinton’s regrettable behavior because it (and he) is irrelevant to America. I really don’t understand why people keep harping on the thing but then I don’t understand a lot of things people find acceptable to discuss where anyone can hear. My parents have always followed the news faithfully but they had to stop during that dark period in American history and none of my friends enjoyed it when their innocent children asked questions about things no one should even think about. Unfortunately the media can’t get enough of that sort of garbage. I just hope that everyone, including the so-called conservatives have “moved on” by the time I have children or they won’t be able to use the computer until they’re my age.

    Now one other thing. I see there was some sort of problem over a link Mr. Dave posted and I don’t know if it is the same one he has now. However, I hope he isn’t trying to frighten anyone with pictures of a bunch of men who are so immature they still like to dress up for Halloween. I always wondered what happened to the guys who played Dungeons and Dragons during recess and now I know.

    It may come as a surprise or even a disappointment to Dave but I didn’t throw my computer away when I clicked on the link, I even went into the site. Here is a thing even I know is amusing: The first page is a long history of this so-called church and how some other people who claim to be involved with this organization are liars. Yes folks, I urge you to think about how pathetic people like this really are, it will give you some insight into how the liberal mind works. People who reportedly worship THE liar are worried about other people lying. As the kids write: LOL!

    I don’t know your policy on blocking people but I think you should keep this guy around, like a court jester.

    Comment by Alan R. — March 10, 2007 @ 10:38 am | Reply

  21. Visit my website before you make a final decision about the 2008 candidates.

    Comment by Gretchen Fairchild — March 20, 2007 @ 10:02 am | Reply

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