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January 17, 2012



The Flavor of the Day seems to be Romney. All the Republican insiders and candidates that step out of the race end up throwing their support at Romney. With all the Romney bashing that went on in last nights debate who would Santorum or Paul toss their hat to? I'm sure it's Romney. That will keep them in favor with the grand old party. The only one who wouldn't do that is Gingrich. He has come through the Republican party and knows all their dirty tricks and secrets. That's why he's not their favorite son. They want a "yes man" and Romney is their guy.
When Romney was asked about releasing his tax statements he didn't say yes or no. He said possibly. He could have said yes, if I get the nomination or he could have said absolutely not, but he mushed around and side-stepped the issue. It not that he's wrong if he decides not to release them, but he won't even tell you. Do you like someone who won't answera simple question? What will you hear from him on bigger issues? Just enough!

Gingrich is correct, over Romney, on the illegal immigration issue as well. Gingrich said, if they have been here 25 years or more they should be looked at more closely. He didn't say 5 years or 10 years. He said if they had a job, paid taxes, had a church they need special consideration. And he's right. America has been side-stepping this issue for along time and people's lives, families lives, are at stake. America cannot just suddenly pick a ridged corse on this and send grandparents back to Mexico. That would be wrong and it would alienate thousands of families.
The same issue was at stake in WWII when the Japanese were put in interment camps. Yes, many of them were citizens, but others were not. What would it have said if Truman had sent those people back to Japan. -OK, you're home. Now everyone look out because here comes a big bomb! If you believe America should be as rigid as Romney says he will be, I think all the land that was taken from the American Indians needs to be returned to them too.
Many of you have kids going to school and possibly some of their classmates are the grandchildren of illegals who have been here 25 years or more. What do you tell your kids when their classmates report that the American government sent their grandpa and grandma back to Mexico? What kind of Romney fandango will usher across your cowardly lips. Well, don't worry about it because it ain't gonna happen. Romney will do no such thing!! So from the moment he stood on the stage last night through his presidency, should he be elected, the issue of illegals will continue. Four more years of side-stepping an important issue to the American people and our economy.
And, by the way, our Constitution grants all Americans due process. This new law on terrorism is just that -a terrorist attack on the American people. It's not a law against terrorists in this country. It's a law were they can side-step the Constitution and lock you in a hole where nobody will ever hear from you again. It has nothing to do with terrorists!! But, Romney is for it!
So vote for him, sit back and watch your country become more and more democratic. Romney is just the other side of the same coin Obamanation is on.


Ahh, the paranoia. Any idea, Bobby J, whether Romney or any other Mormans hold an interest in Bain Capital anymore? Any evidence that Clear Channel somehow promotes the interest of the Mormon church? None? Of course.

Bobby J.

Maybe its's not "Jewish Media" rather " Mormon Media" ?

Activists are expressing serious concerns that Mitt Romney’s private equity firm Bain Capital owns one of America’s largest media conglomerates, Clear Channel Communications, Inc., which broadcasts numerous popular talk-show hosts with incalculable influence in the 2012 GOP primary. Among the radio personalities syndicated by Clear Channel or aired on hundreds of stations it owns nationwide are Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, and many others. (including KOA).

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