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FRC GOP Presidential Voter Guide Released

FRC GOP Presidential Voter Guide Released

The Family Research Council has released a 2012 presidential voter guide for the GOP candidates. Even though the scorecard takes the candidates at their word on the campaign trail even when their record differs, the differences are still very clear. The choices for a real Republican are very few, but are very good.

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Opening the Door on the Stench in South Dakota

Opening the Door on the Stench in South Dakota

There has been a nasty stench in the South Dakota Republican Party for several years now. If you don’t follow politics too closely, you may not have noticed it, and even if you do, the whiff comes and goes. But thankfully, there are a few who are actually within the party and serve in elected office who are willing to rock the boat, who won’t go along with what the establishment tells them to shut up and do, who are willing to swing wide the door on that stench and allow the public to get a good smell of that decay that’s been rotting for so long inside. Lately, thanks to Rep. Stace Nelson and a few others, that door is opening and the light of truth is beginning to shine in.

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Yesterday’s Mitt Romney: I’m a Moderate, My Views are Progressive

Yesterday’s Mitt Romney: I’m a Moderate, My Views are Progressive

Gee, thanks, Mitt, for admitting to us that you’re a liberal…nine years ago in n Worcester, MA. In this video from 2002, an endorsement of Mitt Romney from El Mundo, a Spanish-speaking newspaper in Massachusetts (where the overhwelming majority of legal residents speak English, and have for over 300 years), is the topic of discussion when Mr. RomneyCare admits to being a “moderate” with “progressive” views-code for a liberal with liberal views who doesn’t want to admit to being a liberal.

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Pride and Prejudice?

Pride and Prejudice?

Less than a month from the first presidential primary, the field remains uncertain… and somewhat less than inspiring. Mitt Romney wonders why no one likes him, Cain is out, Bachmann, Santorum, Paul and Huntsman don’t’ appear to be gaining traction and have little time for resurgence, and Gingrich is likely incapable of avoiding some form of self-immolation. So, is it too late for someone else to emerge from the wings?

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Homosexual Activist Tries, Fails to Embarrass Michele Bachmann

Homosexual Activist Tries, Fails to Embarrass Michele Bachmann

It’s bad enough that homosexual activists insist on broadcasting their sexual disorientation in public. It’s also bad enough that some homosexual activists expose their children shamelessly to their perverted lifestyle. But it is growing more and more common for some of these activists to use their children as instruments to strike out at people who refuse to accept their fantasy version of reality. Consider this incident at a book signing by Michele Bachmann in South Carolina where a homosexual activist prodded her child to make a statement to Bachmann in an attempt to make Bachmann look bad.

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Senator Thune Endorses RINO Romney

Senator Thune Endorses RINO Romney

This is extremely disappointing. I like Senator John Thune (R-SD) personally, as well as a number of people on his staff. Most of his votes have been good for South Dakota and the rest of the United States. Most of his votes have accurately reflected true Republican values. So why does he continually support RINOs?  He supported RINO John McCain in 2008, which guaranteed a loss to the Democrats, and now he’s endorsed Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney, which would guarantee another Democrat victory in 2012. From Fox News: South Dakota Sen. John Thune is the latest high-profile backer to announce his support for Mitt Romney for president — offering an endorsement during an Iowa campaign stop Wednesday. In a statement emailed by the Romney campaign, Thune, a potential vice presidential short-lister, said Romney’s economic prowess led him to endorse the former Massachusetts governor. “Mitt Romney has shown throughout his life in […]

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Journalists and the Non-Smear Smear

Journalists and the Non-Smear Smear

Those who know me understand that I’m not a big Rick Perry fan.  Perry is far too weak in the area of illegal immigration and some other things to be what I would consider a good Republican candidate for president. But when I witness what can only be characterized as journalistic ineptitude or journalistic malpractice, I can’t stand idly by and watch even a candidate I don’t like be smeared and besmirched. A case in point occurred Saturday at the Rapid City Journal’s blog Mount Blogmore, when “journalist” David Montgomery attempted to smear Rick Perry as a threat to the First Amendment and U.S. Constitution. In that usual “I’m not saying what I’m about to say” manner many of these weasely “journalists” have, Montgomery began with a faux condemnation of guilt by association, then proceeded to attempt to tie Rick Perry to a statement made by a Perry supporter regarding […]

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