Based on their published positions, political promises and past actions in public office on the Immigration issue, both legal and illegal, we have rankings of the Republican Contenders for the 2008 Presidential Nomination. There are still two tiers and a few surprises. Here, not on hype, but detailed analysis, is the clear winner; the surprise, down to the wire, photo-finish loser, and the six runners-up:
As you can see, the Media/elite’s first tier is the conservative Illegal Immigration second tier, and vice-versa. I wonder why that is? Continue reading →
For a connoisseur of hypocrisy, the shifting immigration stands of three GOP candidates is a banquet.
Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney have begun doing passable impressions of Lou Dobbs. But can you trust a candidate whose record contradicts his campaign rhetoric? (That was a rhetorical question.)
In recent months I’ve slowly become aware, and, I must admit, a bit astonished, at a recurring pattern among Giuliani supporters. They support an imaginary candidate, running against reality and when reality appears they become angry. We’ll call it “9/11 Syndrome.”
I encountered it again at the KCGOP’s Mike Huckabee Dinner. I need to set the scene.
I went to help work a literature table for the Duncan Hunter campaign ~ so I have to admit that I spent a lot of time at the display table for the only “whole” conservative represented at the dinner (we were flanked by Romney and McCain tables and there was one for Huckabee), and I can’t claim to have spoken to a balanced cross-section of the audience. Nevertheless, a surprising number of the people I talked to leaned over to me and, literally, whispered a confidential secret that, unbeknown to each Continue reading →
…an enemy outside your camp (Hillary) makes you vigilant; an enemy inside your tent (Rudy) makes you dead. He can cut your throat in the night, or poison your food in the day. Rudy will slowly destroy the meager gains we have made, and will set the core of the GOP at war with itself. He will set the pro-life movement back 20 years… Continue reading →
BUENA PARK, Calif.,Nov. 11 /CNW/ — Former 2nd Vice President of the 15 Million strong Southern Baptist Convention, Wiley Drake, said he is calling his Church, First Southern Baptist of Buena Park and all Evangelicals to boycott CBN and The 700 Club, since Pat Robertson has endorsed Rudy Giuliani for President. Continue reading →
It goes without saying that Ron Paul can rocket to frontrunner status…
Any foreign male, especially any foreign Muslim or Russian male, can see at a glance that the 2008 US Presidential race is all about whether American men are willing to let a radical feminist lead them and if they will even bother to try to put up a fight by even mentioning the word Continue reading →