What do you say to Dick Morris, Mr. President?
I have been watching this Santorum fellow and he seems to me to be a wet-behind-the-ears kid, who wouldn’t know an “entitlement program” if it bit him on the ass.
Every time Rick Santorum mentions an entitlement program; he also mentions Social Security in the same breath. Tonight, Santorum basically said that he doesn’t believe government should be in the business of providing a social safety net.
It is truly ironic how all of these Republican candidates would prefer to go after Social Security and other promises made to the people, rather than perform the actual hard work of dissolving the Federal Reserve.
These unworthy suitors —who vie for the hand of Lady Liberty– will make every promise in the book, except the one promise the American people want to hear.
The American people expect to be told that the Ghost of Christmas Want will be consigned back to the nether world from whence it came, by the dissolution of the Federal Reserve, central molesting bank.
GOP hopefuls simply cannot fathom that foreign aid; military bases all over the world and the usury paid to the Federal Reserve, are the largest and real “entitlement programs.”
Social Security is NOT an entitlement; it is a sacred promise made by the government to the American people—not a slush fund.
These unworthy suitors for the crown of Ithaca imagine—like Obama– that style is a substitute for substance, as evidenced by the way they dress and comport themselves.
Santorum insists on wearing that silly sweater vest, despite being told in the past by a woman in his audience that the “style” wasn’t “cutting it.” He was wearing that ridiculous garment tonight—like “goody two-shoes.”
The fashion came off as sophomoric.
The Council on Foreign Relations choice—Mitt Romney—“goes casual” with a button down shirt and denim jeans, as do the people around him.
The Romney campaign can’t quite abandon the formality of a white collar, to exert a real connection by perhaps donning a golf or work shirt; maybe even a tee shirt, which is traditional peasant garb.
Why don’t they wear tennis shoes with a three-piece suit? The fashion atrocity would be of the same magnitude.
These clowns think they are “making a connection” with the people as just regular folks, but the faux pas they commit on the fashion front is ludicrous and betrays that they aren’t quite “with it,” fashion-wise, nor in their collective political outlook.
Current fashion of The Second American Revolution dictates a real candidate come to the fore, with ideas the American people can sink their teeth into—not somebody dressed to NOT impress, by baring his political nakedness.
Dick Morris thinks this election is a “Republican thing” and that all good little conservatives must allow themselves to be dragged along– once again—for the sake of a defunct political party.
The GOP has repeatedly betrayed the American people with its useless “contracts with America,” which Donald J. Trump has so adroitly observed; don’t make deals on behalf of the people.
The news for Mr. Morris, is that this election is an “American thing.”
Morris imagines Americans will succumb to the herding technique of propagandist pap, emitted from the commercially overblown airwaves at Fox News.
One-quarter programming; three-quarters commercials, is the “fuzzy math” formula of “Faux News,” for dulling the fine sensibilities of an electorate already paying for television.
It is time for Ron Paul to “just say no” to the many insults and attempts to marginalize the speeding bullet train of the Second American Revolution, as exemplified by the Ron Paul presidential campaign.
This disrespect for the Ron Paul camp– meted out by the GOP and the banker-controlled media, to a truly viable candidate—should be answered with a robust response in the form of third party affirmation.
In short, the arrogant GOP should be held hostage by the Ron Paul campaign with the solid declaration—and answer to Dick Morris—that Ron Paul will indeed take his toys and depart to a third party mode, unless he is crowned the front-runner in this conservative contest.
The American people wish it.
The Republican candidates are right about one thing only and that surety is that this presidential election is indeed of paramount importance; too important to allow America’s secret government–the CFR– to have its way with the will of the people once again.
The American people have “had it” with rule by the Rothschild bank and are looking to dissolve the illegal Federal Reserve. Only one man can claim expertise in his resolve in this department and that man is Ron Paul.
The rest of the GOP pack are saber rattlers, who are being managed by events, rather than perceiving the true cost of what they propose—as Russia and China have already stated that any move against Iran by the United States, will usher-in World War III.
If this nation must fight the final battle of Armageddon with the Islamic world; let it be according to a formal declaration of war, declared by Congress alone and after real deliberation as to the consequence.
Israel must fight its own war—if it cannot wait– while we must concentrate on not getting sucker-punched by Red China…or the international bankers, who manipulate events behind the scenes.
A strong military and a strong economy pivot on a sound financial system. This is something the GOP will NOT discuss, because the GOP Establishment is David Rockefeller’s secret government, the Council on Foreign Relations.
Due to the deplorable situation of hijack of the GOP by vested interests; it now becomes incumbent on the entire American people—both liberals and true conservatives—to trail-blaze a new path to our manifest destiny of restoration of the old republic, while under full onslaught from the corporations.
A third party promise is the trump card the Ron Paul campaign must play, to show strength right out of the starting gate. This is the leadership move real conservatives must fully support.
The GOP must kowtow, or find itself labeled the real “joke,” as it is not going anywhere without Ron Paul.
Ron Paul has the car keys and the tow truck, to get this failed political party out of the proverbial ditch.
Only then will the party understand that it has underestimated the resolve of the American people to free themselves once-and-for-all from the bondage of usury to the Federal Reserve.
Perhaps it is time to tell Dick Morris to “get the hell out” of the way of the Second American Revolution speeding bullet train. This is something on which both sides of the political aisle can finally agree—NOT “business as usual,” which will lead to our national eclipse.
“I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations, which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws of our country.”
- Thomas Jefferson
It is time to fulfill Thomas Jefferson’s mandate of watering the Tree of Liberty.
A third political party may be the thunderstorm which delivers the rain of revolution.
Thor H. Asgardson