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David

Nice summation. Perhaps we can hope and pray (and even work?) for a brokered convention where, as in Michael Reagan's wistful piece this week, we'd see a brokered ticket featuring... Newt Gingrich.

:-)

Debbie

Wouldn't that be something? Newt has made some strange statements lately, but I think he would probably be better than what we have now.

Aurora

Debbie said One is that Americans are fed up with the divisiveness in the US, in Congress and Washington in general.

I think you've hit on something there, Debbie. Coming up to the elections, you've got everybody, both on the Right and the Left saying how sick and tired they are hearing about the elections. Everybody wants PEACE. And since everybody is against the Conservatives, it must be the fault of the Conservatives that there is all this tension. The Conservatives aren't getting along with the mainstream.
It's the same situation in Australia. You get people who would normally vote Conservative voting for a 'compromise' to keep the noisy Left happy. And why would the Left stop using this technique? It works like a charm.

Grouch at Right Truth

This is exactly why people who brand themselves moderates and centrists just make me wanna puke.

This country did not become great by those who watered down their beliefs and compromised at every turn in the name of unity and good feelings. On the contrary, it became great by standing strong and fighting and defeating enemies, political and otherwise.

Political bickering, fighting and backbiting is a GOOD thing. As long as our worthless politicians are bound up doing this, they won't have time to pass more intrusive laws that slowly but surely chip away at our freedoms.

I have made up my mind. If McCain is the nominee, I'll sit this one out for the first time since before 1972. Go Hillary! Go Obama! If the country is gonna go to hell, let a Democrat get the credit.

Let us not forget the words of the great philosopher and song writer John Cougar Mellencamp, "You'd better stand up for something, or you're gonna fall for anything."

Let us also remember what our Lord Jesus Christ said about moderates and centrists, "I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth." Rev 3:15,16 NIV

Any questions?

Steve_Harkonnen

This is a very confusing and mixed-up election period for all of us. It has brought divisive barriers down amongst all conservatives - in particular, those who want to have Ron Paul in power, and I happen to be one of them. But without going into the obvious reasons why I chose Ron Paul over all of the others, let me say this:

McCain is DANGEROUS to the point where even Ann Coulter has declared that if McCain gets the nomination from the GOP, she is going to vote for Clinton.

Although it may be a cop-out, I am penciling in Ron Paul as my choice. Naturally, it will mean the loss of a vote for the GOP Repubs, but the message sent home to the GOP that we are sick and tired of them choosing liberals in the shoes of conservatives, and we're also deeply sick and tired of "compassionate conservatives" and for them to WAKE UP and choose someone who will stand up for all of us, support the constitution first, help get us out of massive debt, and start running this country where EVERYONE will come together and vote on a common ground and common goals.

Debbie

Aurora and Grouch: Good points and thanks for commenting. The scripture about being either cold or hot is perfect in this situation.

Steve: It's nice to see you commenting again, even though you are not blogging any longer.

I think I will have to write in someone, I cannot vote for McCain. It goes against everything I believe in.

I hope the National GOP gets the message.

Angel

youre right Deb..the divisiveness is destroying us from within!! :)

Layla

I agree with you Debbie. Good post and I hope Rush listens and reads.

Skunkfeathers

Speaking of Campaign '08 starting to look more and more like Carter Redux (aka, 1976), I heard something today that about made me run off the road in astonishment: Ann Coulter, on a radio interview with a radio show in Denver (Kaplis & Silverman, KHOW), saying that if McCain gets the Repub nod, she'd endorse and campaign for Billary!

I do believe I have seen the shadow of the Apocalypse on the horizon.

Imagine Ann and Billary on the same stage, with Ann ra-raing for Billary, while Moron.arg looks on in horror.

With perhaps only laughs left to kill the pending pain of higher taxes and more national vulnerability, might as well start looking for 'em.

Debbie

Thanks for the comments everybody. Ann Coulter on the same stage with Bill and Hillary. OH My Goodness. Wouldn't that be a site.

Ann is trying to make a point by going overboard, like Rush does.

The elections results surprised me, especially the large number of votes that Huckabee received.

I hope Evangelicals are not blindly voting for him just because he's a Christian pastor. That would be a huge mistake.

David M

The Thunder Run has linked to this post in the - Web Reconnaissance for 02/06/2008 A short recon of what’s out there that might draw your attention, updated throughout the day...so check back often.
http://thunderrun.blogspot.com/2008/02/web-reconnaissance-for-02062008.html

james

There is a related presentation of Dobson's views at the video:

James Dobson: OPEC America and Radical Islam

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0WPvPR_WaE

Debbie

James: Thanks for the video, that's an excellent one and should be shared.

Thunder Run: Thanks for the mention.

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