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February 14, 2008

RINO McRomney

John McCain - Crazy Old ManIt looks like the Republican party is becoming just a centrist wing of the Democrat party.  Mitt Romney, the transparent flip flopper who attacked McCain all through the GOP nomination race, has flipped again.  Now he’s endorsing “maverick” RINO John “insane” McCain and ordering his delegates (all 280 of them) to fall in line behind (or under) the “Straight Talk Express.”  That’s funny, wasn’t Mittens calling McCain a liberal up until this point?  Perhaps this just proves that Mitt is liberal too, as he embraces what he once attacked.  What’s also telling is that on the day of the endorsement, stocks plunged.  What does that tell you?

Worse, there is serious speculation that this means that Mittens might be a shoe in for the Veep choice.  And I wouldn’t be surprised to see Rudy Giuliani get a cabinet position in a McLame Administration.  That brings all three parts of the “Rudy McRomney” triumvirate together.  And that spells disaster for conservatism, the Republican party and America in both the short and long term.

John McCain and Mitt RomneySo the two RINOs are burying the hatchet on Valentine’s Day and expressing their manly fondness for one another.  Considering that Governor Romney presided over the destruction of marriage, supporting the “right” of homosexuals to get married in Taxachussets, and had promised to be more supportive of the gay agenda than Ted Kennedy (when he ran against Teddy for the Senate), there may well be wedding bells in the near future.  John’s dropped an inconvenient wife before, and for Romney, there’s probably nothing fundamentally wrong with polygamy.

Who’s going to wear the dress though?  It would be easy to guess if one half of the happy couple was Rudy.  Wouldn’t that just turn your stomach?

Mitt RomneySo what does this mean for the general election?  Romney would do little to help McCain in the southern states, which Republican candidates desperately need to win the White House.  Perhaps an embarrassing loss to Clinbama will discredit the two RINOs and keep them from attempting future Presidential runs.  That would at least ensure that the next nominee is a real conservative, and not someone who is more than happy to stab Republicans in the back.

It’s time for prayers and reflection, folks.  Could you vote for a Rudy RINO McRomney ticket?  Could you live with yourself after casting such a vile and disheartening vote against all that you hold dear?

— Psycheout

February 9, 2008

Campaign 2008 Update

Campaign 2008Just a quick update on Campaign 2008 to keep you up to speed with what’s going down.

Governor of Texas Rick Perry asked Mike Huckabee to drop out. Huck refused. Perry had originally endorsed Giuliani (who won only a single delegate) and has since hopped onboard the Straight Talk Express, so his judgement is questionable to say the least.

Fred Thompson also chose to jump on the bandwagon, endorsing his friend John McCain. Way to sell out, Fred! We knew you had it in you after you woke up from your nap.

Mike Huckabee easily won the state of Kansas today, adding to his own delegate count. The conservative alternative to the “maverick” Senator from Arizona pledged to stay in the race until one of the remaining candidates gets the required 1,191 delegates. Good for you, Huck.

Meanwhile, the kooky Dr. Ron Paul has all but dropped out of the race. His long shot campaign never really had a chance, but his crazy rants have kept the debates interesting in a train wreck sort of way. Paul has ruled out a third party run, preferring to concentrate on keeping his Congressional seat to suffering an embarrassing third party defeat.

Barry Obama, it would seem, appears to be the eventual Democrat party nominee. He will probably mop up the floor with McCain in a debate. Huckabee would at least hold his own. So we should all be glad that he’s going to keep battling for the remaining states and for conservatism.

Hillary Clinton is steaming mad over David Shuster’s comment about Chelsea Clinton being “sort of pimped out” by her campaign. She “found the remarks incredibly offensive.” Not enough drama, Hilldog. Maybe you need to shed some crocodile tears again so people will pay attention. Naturally, NBC wimped out and suspended Shuster for making the un-PC comment. Cowards.

That’s where things stand as of now. Have a great weekend, B4Bers! And have a wonderful day at church tomorrow.

Update: Huckabee wins Louisiana and is within a couple of points of McCain in Washington state. How embarrassing for the presumptive front-runner Johnny Mac. Barry Obama sweeps Super Saturday.

Update 2: With the vote count stuck at 87% and JMac ahead of Huck by just over 200 votes (after trailing most of the night), the Washington state GOP has called it for McCain without counting the rest of the votes.  Huckabee’s campaign is calling for an investigation.  Something smells rotten in the state of Washington.  Thanks to Sam Brown at B4H for bringing this to my attention.

— Psycheout

January 7, 2008

Moving To the Left

No Left TurnWhen I was driving my SUV the other day, I noticed something rather odd.  When I let go of the steering wheel, my vehicle began veering to the right.  “That’s annoying,” I thought.  “This could kill me if I’m not careful.  I better get this fixed.”

Then it dawned on me.  If I were to fall asleep at the wheel, the worst that would happen is that I’d end up in the ditch or on the shoulder.  If my car, like Barack Osama, steered hard to the left, I’d end up in the oncoming traffic lane and probably die, horribly, mangled by his leftist socialist policies and left open to attack by the terrorists who want to kill us.

I’m an American.  My SUV is America.  Who do you want behind the wheel?  Barack Hussein Osama or Rudy Ghouliani, who’d surely drive us leftward into oncoming traffic?  Or perhaps someone like Mike Huckabee or Duncan Hunter who would drive conservatively, observe the traffic laws and get us home safely?

I think I know the answer to that.  So do you.  Vote smart in 2008.  Vote right.

— Psycheout

December 14, 2007

Huckaboom Thanks To Brownback?

President Huckabee?The recent surge in Mike Huckabee’s stock has been nothing short of phenomenal. There’s no doubt about it. Is it Divine Providence? Several months ago, Huckabee, like Senator Brownback, was considered a long shot. But that has changed dramatically.

Who could have forseen a couple of months ago that in December, Huck would be leading Mittens in Iowa a staggering 39% to 23%? Giuliani, at a meager 8%, is virtually a non-factor like nutjob Ron Paul. He’s way down where many expected Huck and Brownback to be. Incredible.

In South Carolina, another primary state, Huckabee has shot past his rivals to take the top spot. Again, totally unexpected. Unprecedented even. Just what’s going on here? Is this the hand of G-d, tipping the scales to the leader that He, in his infinite wisdom, wants to lead the free world? If so, it’s best not to argue with Him.

I think all of us at Blogs 4 Brownback knew that it was only a matter of time before Republican primary voters got serious and finally realized that the frontrunners, especially Romney and Giuliani, were unacceptable RINOs and that when the time came, they would turn to a real Christian conservative. And they have begun to do that with only a short time to the primaries. In the nick of time, as it were.

We at B4B suspected that this would benefit Sam Brownback. And it likely would have if he’d only have stayed in the race. Sadly he bowed out too early, and this has given Huckabee the lion’s share of serious and thoughtful Republican voters. If only Sam had hung on a little longer, he’d probably be surging in the polls now as well as or instead of Huck. Ah, what could have been.

Huckabee is getting more attention now, a lot of it negative, as he is being seen as a serious threat by the RINO supporters, the media and the power elite. He’s been taking a beating from political sites like Race 4 2008 and from hacks and morons like Rich Lowry. But despite a couple weeks of relentless attacks Huck continues to soar. He flies like a mighty eagle while continuing to take flak and small arms fire.

And now he’s actually starting to get more money from donors and the support of professional politicos and GOP insiders like the brilliant Republican strategist Ed Rollins. Huck may well be the nominee, thanks in part to Sam Brownback exiting the race. And I guess, for that, more power to him. At least he’s a good Christian with executive and leadership experience.

Good luck, Huck. But watch out for the coming Sam Brownback write-in campaign. We aren’t going to just let you walk away with it. But it looks like you just might pull it off. What an amazing campaign season this has been so far. I think we can all agree on that.

Have a good weekend, everybody!

Update: For those of you who don’t know who Ed Rollins is and how his joining Huckabee’s team is significant:

A veteran Republican strategist considered by many the architect of Ronald Reagan’s 1984 landslide election victory is set to take the helm of Mike Huckabee’s surging presidential bid, CNN has learned.

Update 2: In addition to leading in Iowa and South Carolina, Huckabee also leads in Florida at 27%. Will there be a Huckasweep?

Update 3: Former Republican John Cole points and laughs at a bunch of so-called Republicans wetting their collective pants in fear over the Huckaboom. Huckenfreude.

— Psycheout

November 12, 2007

RINO Update

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Mitt Romney,RINOs,Rudy Giuliani — Psycheout @ 9:27 am

PlugFor the latest on Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani, head on over to Blogs 4 Conservatives. Romney opines on Adam and Eve and removes his own figleaf, while the cozy Rudolph Giuliani – Bernard Kerik connection is explored. Can we trust his judgement? Sadly no.

— Psycheout

November 7, 2007

Sam Brownback Endorses John McCain

Senator John McCainIt’s official. I will make no comment except to say that Sam Brownback has done the correct thing by endorsing neither Rudy Giuliani nor Mitt Romney (click the links to see exclusive B4B coverage of these pretenders). Thankfully the Giuliani rumors were just that: rumors, as I stated at length at the time.

And now, B4B presents the principled conservative Republican, Sam Brownback, a great man and the next Governor of Kansas:

What do you folks think about this endorsement? I am ambivalent for now. Perhaps we will have more to say about this later.

Update: Sam Brownback’s letter of endorsement to McCain supporters.

This morning, I flew to Iowa to join and endorse my friend, John McCain, for President of the United States. John McCain is a true American hero and I’m proud to stand with him today.

John McCain is the only choice to lead our country in the global fight against Islamic fundamentalism.

He has spent a lifetime standing up for human rights around the world, including a consistent 24 year pro-life record of protecting the rights of the unborn.

Reactions?

Update 2: On this same day, Pat Robertson went the wrong way.  He endorsed of all people, RINO Rudy Giuliani.

Despite disagreeing with Giuliani on a number of social issues, such as abortion and gay rights, the influential Christian conservative said he felt confident with Giuliani in the Oval Office, calling him “a proven leader who is not afraid of what lies ahead and who will cast a hopeful vision for all Americans.”

Uh huh.  That makes sense.  /sarc

Exit question: Has the usually good and reliable Pat Robertson lost his mind?

— Psycheout

October 25, 2007

Brownback To Endorse Giuliani? I Don’t Think So

GOPThere’s a disturbing bit of speculation in The Hill today that should probably be taken with a grain of salt, or perhaps a pillar of salt and some strong antacids. Ever since Sam Brownback, the principled conservative Republican, gave up his bid for the GOP nomination late last week, political spectators and pundits alike have been wondering aloud which of the remaining candidates, if any, the distinguished Senator would endorse.

Sam has already stated quite clearly in the last debate that, unlike Ron Paul the spoiler, he would be willing to endorse the eventual nominee. He clarified then and reiterated later that he would not support a pro-abortion candidate, saying confidently that the GOP nominee would absolutely be pro-life. That was very reassuring. And when asked about Rudy Giuliani, Brownback stated he would not be the nominee because “He’s not pro-life.”

Rudy GiulianiBack to the article in The Hill. It makes the claim that Sam Brownback is giving consideration to who he is going to endorse. Perhaps an endorsement is close at hand. He has reached out to other candidates in an effort to clarify in his mind who to support. Here’s where it gets worrisome.

Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) is considering endorsing Rudy Giuliani for the GOP presidential nomination and will meet with him Thursday in Washington to hear his views on abortion.

That’s already been made very clear, he’s pro. As in pro-abortion. What more is there to hear? Perhaps the Senator is just being courteous to avoid embarrassing the former New York mayor in the press. Sam is just that kind of guy, generous to and thoughtful of others.

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October 23, 2007

Richard Land Gets It Right

Richard LandThe GOP had better not take evangelicals for granted. Many of us will throw the Republican party overboard if they dare to demand that we vote for Rudy Giuliani. Don’t believe me? Well, Richard Land, president of The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), a very influential voice of religious conservatives, makes it absolutely clear. And I applaud him for speaking out. Hot Air provides some key snippets from an interview with Newsweek. The entire interview is worthy of a read, so be sure to check it out.

NEWSWEEK: So we wanted to ask you, first of all, about the third party idea and whether it’s serious. A number of people are suggesting it is just a threat.

Land: My intuition [is that] this is not a bluff. If Giuliani is the nominee, there will be a third party. There are things that Giuliani could do to help mitigate the damage. But I have been in too many discussions over the last 15 years where evangelical leaders have said, “The one thing we will never allow to happen is for the Republican Party to take us for granted the way the Democrat Party too often takes the African-American community for granted.”
This is not a bluff…

NEWSWEEK: When Rudy says “I will appoint strict constructionist judges,” you are not hearing that?

Land: I hear it. I hear it.

NEWSWEEK: Well, you don’t hear Hillary saying that.

Land [turns to question a Newsweek reporter]: Could you vote for a Klansman?

[Reporter responds] No.

Land: You’ve answered my question. I cannot vote for someone who believes that it’s all right to stop a beating heart.

That’s absolutely right. The pro-life issue is simply non-negotiable. Hasn’t the Republican party learned this lesson yet? Will the GOP throw the 2008 Presidential election and all that social conservatives have worked for during the last several decades? They will do so at their peril. As Land says, “this is not a bluff.”  And evangelicals and socons cannot be blamed if this happens.  It’s up to the party to make the right choice.  We will not obediently submit if an intolerable candidate is selected.

Land also had some interesting things to say about Mitt Romney. If Mittens were nominated, it would not necessarily be a deal-breaker; it wouldn’t necessarily result in Richard Land and other evangelicals voting third party, but there are a number of concerns that potential voters would have. Mitt hasn’t done much, if anything, to qualm their fears.

What are the three or four things that he absolutely needs to say more vigorously?

For starters, he needs to quit trying to convince evangelicals that Mormonism is an orthodox, with a small “o,” Trinitarian, with a capital “T,” Apostolic, with a capital “A,” faith. He is not going to win that argument [and] he doesn’t need to try. That’s not the issue. Kennedy didn’t try to defend Catholicism. He defended the right of a Catholic to run for President. What I think Romney has to do is he has to give a speech in which he defends the right of a Mormon to run for president and appeals to Americans’ basic sense of fair play. I would encourage him to say that “there was no higher percentage of Mormons in my administration than there were Mormons in the percentage of the population in Massachusetts.”

That is a concern that has been expressed to me by my constituents–that he would have a disproportionate number of Mormons in his administration.

What did Romney say [when you suggested that]?

He said he would consider it. [But] he has not given that speech. I’ve seen him go to South Carolina and say things like, you know, “Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior.” Well, you know what, that ain’t going to work in South Carolina. The most generous description [evangelicals] will give [Mormonism] is the one that I give it, which is that it is the fourth Abrahamic religion, you know, Judaism being the first, Christianity being the second, and Islam being the third. And Joseph Smith plays the Mohammed figure in a fourth Abrahamic faith, but it is not a Trinitarian Christian faith.

Need I remind you that Mormonism isn’t Christian?

Brownbackers instinctively know that neither Giuliani nor Romney are acceptable; neither deserve their vote. If either choice is presented as the only one, they will look elsewhere: either third party or a write-in. You can count on it. This is no bluff.

See also: Rudy Giuliani: Soft on Child Molesters? Is this the kind of person that a President Giuliani would welcome into his cabinet?

— Psycheout

October 19, 2007

Giuliani: No Leg To Stand on

Filed under: Election 2008,RINOs,Rudy Giuliani — Psycheout @ 11:03 am

It speaks for itself:

Three Legged Stool

A Word About the RINO Rumors

Sam BrownbackRight now, RINOs, Helioleftists, and various other atheist moonbat treefrog America-haters are spreading rumors that Brownback is withdrawing from the GOP race today. I have one thing to say to these people- So what?

The GOP in its current form has become infected with people like Giuliani, who’d rather talk to his latest harlot on the telephone than talk to a roomful of veterans; McCain, whose only contribution to this campaign has been sucking airtime away from valid candidates; Romney, who wears magical underpants and worships a phony deity masqueraded as Our Lord; and Huckabee, who talks the talk but doesn’t walk the walk. Brownback is better off as a write-in candidate, if it comes to that, than he is competing for the nomination with this assortment of closeted Democrats and flagrant heathens.

It is saddening, of course, that many patriotic Americans may sin by voting for the GOP nominee over Senator Brownback in a write-in campaign. One may still hold out a glimmer of hope that it doesn’t come down to that. However, one must also abide by the Edicts of God. If God decides to test America’s faith by having Brownback win a write-in campaign rather than as a regular Republican nominee, let us praise the Will of God.

A write-in campaign victory would be unheard-of in the annals of American politics. It would be nothing short of miraculous. 50% of America’s atheists would convert upon receipt of the news, saving their souls; the other 50% would commit suicide or flee to New Zealand, thereby damning themselves and everyone foolish enough to listen to them in future.

Yes, the more I think about it, the more it seems to me that having Brownback drop out of the Republican race for President is the greatest victory God could give the man, and the nation. It will make us all savor the sweetness of his 2008 write-in victory that much more.

We here at Blogs 4 Brownback will, of course, stand behind the Senator, no matter what happens today or in future. If the GOP rejects Brownback, they shall cast themselves into the Lake of Fire right alongside the Democrats. Brownback is for all true Americans, not RINOs or liberals or secularists of any stripe or persuasion.

God bless America. Let us all continue to pray for Brownback’s eventual victory, and let us all work hand in hand to see that the blessed work of God comes to pass.

UPDATE: The Book of Judges, Chapter 7:

“1THEN JERUBBAAL, that is, Gideon, and all the people who were with him rose early and encamped beside the spring of Harod; and the camp of Midian was north of them by the hill of Moreh in the valley.

2The Lord said to Gideon, The people who are with you are too many for Me to give the Midianites into their hands, lest Israel boast about themselves against Me, saying, My own hand has delivered me.

3So now proclaim in the ears of the men, saying, Whoever is fearful and trembling, let him turn back and depart from Mount Gilead. And 22,000 of the men returned, but 10,000 remained.

4And the Lord said to Gideon, The men are still too many; bring them down to the water, and I will test them for you there. And he of whom I say to you, This man shall go with you, shall go with you; and he of whom I say to you, This man shall not go with you, shall not go.

5So he brought the men down to the water, and the Lord said to Gideon, Everyone who laps up the water with his tongue as a dog laps it, you shall set by himself, likewise everyone who bows down on his knees to drink.

6And the number of those who lapped, putting their hand to their mouth, was 300 men, but all the rest of the people bowed down upon their knees to drink water.

7And the Lord said to Gideon, With the 300 men who lapped I will deliver you, and give the Midianites into your hand. Let all the others return every man to his home.

8So the people took provisions and their trumpets in their hands, and he sent all the rest of Israel every man to his home and retained those 300 men. And the host of Midian was below him in the valley.

9That same night the Lord said to Gideon, Arise, go down against their camp, for I have given it into your hand.

10But if you fear to go down, go with Purah your servant down to the camp

11And you shall hear what they say, and afterward your hands shall be strengthened to go down against the camp. Then he went down with Purah his servant to the outposts of the camp of the armed men.

12And the Midianites and the Amalekites and all the sons of the east lay along the valley like locusts for multitude; and their camels were without number, as the sand on the seashore for multitude.

13When Gideon arrived, behold, a man was telling a dream to his comrade. And he said, Behold, I dreamed a dream, and behold, a cake of [a]barley bread tumbled into the camp of Midian and came to the tent and struck it so that it fell, and turned it upside down so that the tent lay flat.

14And his comrade replied, This is nothing else but the sword of Gideon son of Joash, a man of Israel. Into his hand God has given Midian and all the host.

15When Gideon heard the telling of the dream and its interpretation, he worshiped and returned to the camp of Israel and said, Arise, for the Lord has given into your hand the host of Midian.

16And he divided the 300 men into three companies, and he put into the hands of all of them trumpets and empty pitchers, with torches inside the pitchers.

17And he said to them, Look at me, then do likewise. When I come to the edge of their camp, do as I do.

18When I blow the trumpet, I and all who are with me, then you blow the trumpets also on every side of all the camp and shout, For the Lord and for Gideon!

19So Gideon and the 100 men who were with him came to the outskirts of the camp at the beginning of the middle watch, when the guards had just been changed, and they blew the trumpets and smashed the pitchers that were in their hands.

20And the three companies blew the trumpets and shattered the pitchers, holding the torches in their left hands, and in their right hands the trumpets to blow [leaving no chance to use swords], and they cried, The sword for the Lord and Gideon!

21They stood every man in his place round about the camp, and all the [Midianite] army ran–they cried out and fled.

22When [Gideon’s men] blew the 300 trumpets, the Lord set every [Midianite’s] sword against his comrade and against all the army, and the army fled as far as Beth-shittah toward Zererah, as far as the border of Abel-meholah by Tabbath.

23And the men of Israel were called together out of Naphtali and Asher and all Manasseh, and they pursued Midian.

24And Gideon sent messengers throughout all the hill country of Ephraim, saying, Come down against the Midianites and take all the intervening fords as far as Beth-barah and also the Jordan. So all the men of Ephraim were gathered together and took all the fords as far as Beth-barah and also the Jordan.

25And [the men of Ephraim] took the two princes of Midian, Oreb and Zeeb, and they slew Oreb at the rock of Oreb, and Zeeb they slew at the winepress of Zeeb, and pursued Midian; and they brought the heads of Oreb and Zeeb to Gideon beyond the Jordan.”

So shall the victory of Brownback confirm God’s Infinite Love for These United States.

October 12, 2007

Making the Wrong Choice

EvangelicalsIn life it’s often easy to look back at times when one was presented with two or more choices and the wrong one was selected. Hindsight, as they say, is 20/20. But foresight can be too. A number of evangelicals have threatened, somewhat wisely, that if, in the worst case scenario, RINO Rudy Giuliani, a crossdressing pro-abortion pro-gay anti-gun liberal, were to get the GOP nomination, that they would vote third party rather than support the Republican party’s nominee. I do agree that, for conservatives with a conscience, Rudy is no choice at all. A Giuliani victory would destroy the Republican party and set back social conservatism for decades. It would likely set the pro-life movement, which has been gaining momentum for decades, back as well. That would be disastrous.

My reaction to the third party threat was, why don’t evangelicals and right thinking social conservatives throw themselves behind a good old fashioned honest to goodness conservative now, rather than wait until it’s too late and then go fishing in the third party dregs for a candidate with legs? It seems to me there are three decent choices: Duncan Hunter, who deserves the Secretary of Defense nod from whoever wins, Mike Huckabee, a decent Baptist Pastor who may not be as strong when it comes to fiscal and economic issues, and Sam Brownback, who is simply the best principled, conservative Republican in the race. Why, I ask, why? Rather than complain about the perceived top tier, why not get behind one of the other candidates and boost him up to frontrunner status? And still I wonder.

MemeIt seems a new meme is being put forth in the media which traditional conservatives should find quite alarming, myself included. Race 4 2008 has brought this to our attention with a post up this evening and I think the issue deserves consideration. The chilling title is The Dawning Realization of the Social Right. If the assertions are true, if the conclusions being made are accurate, it will not be a new dawn or morning in America, rather it will be the emboldening of the social wrong: midnight in America.

Simply stated, some in the media are suggesting that evangelicals and social conservatives are actually seriously considering getting behind Willard “Mittens” Romney. I know you’re laughing or shaking your head at this. And I hope you’re right. Evangelicals backing Mitt, flip-flopper extraordinaire? The Republican John F. Kerry?

It seems like they’d be much more comfortable with one of their own: a social conservative, someone who supported the Reagan revolution, and a Christian rather than a Mormon. So I’m not sure if these whisperings are true or not or if it’s just a liberal media trick to try and convince evangelicals to back their dream candidate. It wouldn’t surprise me a bit if this is just a hamhanded attempt at manipulation, propagenda (propaganda with an agenda) if you will.

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October 8, 2007

Swank Nails “Greasy Giuliani”

Filed under: Election 2008,RINOs,Rudy Giuliani — Psycheout @ 7:00 am

J. Grant SwankThere’s so many great columnists over at Town Hall and The Corner that I don’t always find the time to read J. Grant Swank and Marie Jon’. That’s a pity because our friend Pastor Swank nailed Rudy Giuliani hard on Friday. Be sure to read the whole thing: Greasy Giuliani Slips Through Every Tight Hole.

Fact: He vowed to three wives he would love and cherish them till death. Not. Go figure. The man is greased from head to toe.

Therefore, with evangelicals despising him—that is, most of them despise him, give or take a few who don’t know his immoral positions as pro-choice and pro-homosexual—it just could happen that if elected President, Giuliani could come around to “see the Light.” Maybe. A long shot. But. . .

Anything is possible with that slippery one. If it serves his purpose in his moment, he will baptize it as legit. He’s well oiled. He’s old enough to have crafted the style to its shiny surface.

He’s “well oiled” all right. Yet for some reason many Republicans seem ready to throw their core principles overboard in a lemmings’ rush to anoint him as the next GOP candidate. If he loses, we end up with Hillary Clinton. If he wins, the GOP will be destroyed for a generation. Conservatives simply lose either way. It’s not a choice I want to have to make. Yet it’s what we’re stuck with if slippery Giuliani fools conservatives and somehow worms his way into the nomination.

Pastor Swank continues:

[H]e married with holy vows Wife Number One. Did he remain faithful? Not. He changed his mind.

He married with holy vows Wife Number Two. Did he remain faithful? Not. He changed his mind.

Now married with holy vows to exceedingly like-opportunistic liberal Wife Number Three, will he remain faithful? Don’t count on it.

He brought children into this world. Did he keep them in his league as faithful, honorable father? Not.

When Roman Catholic, he promised God to keep the rules. Did he keep the rules? Not. Did he remain loyal to his church, no matter the political consequences? Not.

And on and on it goes. Point by point, Pastor Swank demonstrates how unreliable and untrustworthy and just plain liberal Rudy really is. Be sure to note the horrible consequences if Republicans foolishly make RINO Rudy their nominee:

He could turn on evangelicals with that Hitler stare, crippling their every testimony with liberal agendas that would enthrone the devil himself. In other words, he would ensconce his win as payback time against evangelicals who cut him off at the knees. And he could do it—with Third Wife’s gleeful assistance.

The two of them are archliberals into as much devilment in the name of religion as Hillary Clinton. So the choice between Giuliani and Hillary is sick.

The choice between those two calculating career politicians is no choice at all. It’s just not right. Don’t fall for the “electability” scam. If Rudy’s the answer, the question was a stupid one. Is it really winning if the victor supports a liberal agenda? No it’s not.

Just say no to “Greasy Giuliani.” Don’t let him slip and slide his way into the GOP nomination. The destruction of the Republican Party just isn’t worth it. Think about it.

Update: Rudy praises a Clinton/Obama ticket. Why? Because he’s as liberal as they. Don’t let him fool you.

“I believe she [Hitlery] will be the nominee, and Senator Obama will be the vice presidential nominee…that’s the candidacy we are going to be facing, and that is a very formidable candidacy,” he said in an interview conducted late last week.

“He[Obama]’s kind of earned it,” Giuliani said. “He brings a kind of enthusiasm to the ticket that everyone desires and likes to have.”

Furthermore, he clearly advocates throwing conservative principles out with the bathwater. Don’t listen to this snake oil salesman. This huckster is as phoney as a three dollar bill.

He called Republicans “underdogs” in the 2008 race for the White House and said the party would have to abandon its “old playbook” [social conservatism] if it hopes to win in the election, 13 months away.

Thanks but no thanks for your misguided advice, Rude-E. With “conservatives” like Giuliani, who needs liberals?

— Psycheout

September 11, 2007

Remembering 9/11

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Consider this an open thread.

August 15, 2007

Rudy Is a Drag

Filed under: Election 2008,RINOs,Rudy Giuliani — Psycheout @ 7:55 am

If the answer is Rudy Giuliani, it’s a stupid question.

 

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If this is the face of the Republican Party, if this is the next President of the United States, not only will conservatives be ridiculed, America itself will be the laughing stock of the world.  America can do so much better.  If it cannot, all is lost.

See also: Giuliani Girl.

— Psycheout

August 10, 2007

HELLO!!!

DrunkHELLO BROWNABCKRES!!! I AM JA K FREMONT I HATE HOMOS AND COMMIES AND MOONBAYTS!! I LIKE TO DRINK!!!

VOTE BROWNASCK!!! VOTE BROWNAKC!!! VOTE BROWNABCK!!!!

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