Sunday, July 8th, 2012
- Arms Trade Treaty being put together by the UN
- International law supersedes the 2nd Amendment
- Watching the election campaign is like a circus
- Time is being devoted to the blame game
- We predict that blaming will become the crux of the election campaigns
Some day foreign troops may come knocking on your door to confiscate weapons. We predict that president Obama will sign the Arms Trade Treaty being put together by the UN even under great protest from Congress. This treaty has been in the works for about 6 years and the UN is making its final push to implement worldwide arms trade rules. Once President Obama signs it, he will say that it’s not going to effect private gun ownership. He will also say it’s not designed to interfere with the 2nd Amendment. He will say that the domestic gun laws are covered under domestic and state laws. He will try to convince everybody that the treaty is about controlling the sale and trade of arms globally, which is a huge business, with the U.S. being the biggest arms dealer to other countries.Continue reading »
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
- Choose a candidate to vote for
- Look at the candidate’s previous campaigns
- Look to see who is endorsing a candidate
- Who is contributing money to their campaigns?
- What type of campaign is the candidate running
- Vote for the candidate who is right for the interest of the nation as a whole
Voters are presented with important choices during any type of election. Even small local elections, state elections or national elections. The more people running the harder it gets to choose a candidate to vote for. Do you just wait and do nothing and vote for the party candidate or do you take time to do the work necessary to learn about candidates? What makes it difficult is candidates say one thing while campaigning and then reverse themselves once in office. So, how do you spot this ahead of time, while the candidates are campaigning?
Before you decide on any candidate we would suggest the following investigative measures: look at the candidate’s previous campaigns – what platforms did they run on for state or national campaigns? Which offices have they held in the past and were they one-term or more? Get on the Internet and watch their old campaign speeches. When you listen to them, compare the speeches to what they actually did in office. Were they consistent or did they flip-flop once they were elected. This is easier to do with incumbent candidates as there is massive amounts of information on YouTube and political web sites.Continue reading »
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
- A different Republican front runner every week
- The least offensive Republican candidate will get the nomination
- Half of Americans either at or below the poverty line
- Candidate running that has any foreign policy experience
- Romney won’t be able to defend his history as a corporate raider
- Another war with Iran
It takes a war to get reelected. The Republicans are running a circus show and can’t seem to find a suitable candidate. There is a different Republican front runner every week or so. It’s like a horse race where they’re all running in a pack and one or the other slips out in front briefly. There seems to be so much infighting that it’s dividing the Republican vote, segmenting the pack and not enough Republicans or undecideds can agree on any one candidate.
So, it will end up that the least offensive Republican candidate will get the nomination and that person won’t be many Republican’s first choice for a candidate. Many Republicans won’t even vote, which is what the Democrats are hoping for.Continue reading »
Friday, January 6th, 2012
- Iowa Caucus
- 2012 Winning Presidential Ticket
- One Political Decision That Will Outrage Americans
- Continued Political Weakness in the EU
- Increased Pullout of EU Members
- Democracy in North Africa and the Middle East
The 2012 Presidential race is dominating the political news. This is to keep people distracted. We find it interesting that the GOP dismissed the Iowa caucus as meaning nothing when it looked like Ron Paul would win. Now that Romney and Santorum had a great showing, they’re rejoicing over how meaningful it was. We see Rick Santorum sliding back in popularity just as fast as he shot up. We also see Rick Perry making a small comeback and Ron Paul continuing to be steady.Continue reading »
Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
Political Clowns, Dinosaurs and Flip-Flops
Can any of the candidates running for the GOP nomination make themselves palatable to American voters? So far, with few exceptions, the White House wannabes have consisted of people driven out by scandals, people who claim they’ve done one thing when they’ve actually done the opposite, and people who have voted one way and changed their views on a whim later when it was politically convenient. And don’t forget Newt Gingrich, that political Blustersaurus who now bills himself as a Washington “outsider.” A Washington outsider who has made millions as an unregistered lobbyist and who was driven out of Congress in disgrace with the notoriety of being the first Speaker of the House to be disciplined for ethical wrongdoing. What a group to have to pick our next Presidential candidate from. Vladimir Putin, a black belt Judo expert, is running for President of Russia again. He campaigns by making martial arts videos, tracking polar bears, driving Formula One race cars at 150mph, and riding horses in Siberia with his shirt off. Somehow the visual of Newt barrel-racing a horse shirtless is probably more than American voters could stomach.
Political Clowns – Birds Of A FeatherContinue reading »
Sunday, November 6th, 2011
Next President – Change or Total Collapse – More Of The Same
Everybody wants to know who the next President of the United States will be. Will it be another term for Barack Obama with 4 more years of over-spending, political infighting, increasing unemployment, and growing civil and financial frustration? Will Republicans be able to find a suitable candidate who can displace him? Who will that be and what will change if that person wins the election? If the situation doesn’t change, then it doesn’t matter which party or candidate gets elected.
Next President – Change or Total Collapse – Crusader Or ‘Good Ole Boy’Continue reading »
Sunday, October 9th, 2011
Political Salvation Is A Myth
Don’t expect political salvation from any politician or government; it’s a myth. Politicians can’t save us from the collapsing economy, unemployment, endless invasions and wars, global warming, inflation, depression, terrorism, failing currencies, hunger, the high cost of education and healthcare, or a comet coming to collide with earth. A broken healthcare system can’t be fixed by passing a law forcing people to buy expensive policies to support insurance companies. You can’t cure hunger when corporations control food and speculators rig commodities markets. You can’t fix unemployment by enacting policies and regulations that encourage companies to move overseas. You can’t stop wars when you are the biggest arms dealer in the world. You can’t fix the problems when you are told what to do by the perpetrators of the problems.
Political Salvation – Is The Messiah Coming?Continue reading »