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Statement from Conservatives of Faith Organizers

Statement from Conservatives of Faith Organizers

In the wake of some reports in the media about discrepancies and irregularities in the consensus vote taken at the Conservatives of Faith conference last weekend, several of the organizers released the following statement yesterday afternoon.

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Inside the Conservatives of Faith Conference in Texas

Inside the Conservatives of Faith Conference in Texas

Over 150 Christian conservatives met this weekend in Texas to discuss the presidential candidates and seek consensus on the one who could turn our nation back from its dangerous course. After much discussion and prayer, a strong consensus was reached on Rick Santorum. This is a look inside the process and motivations of those who came to that decision, and why they did what they did.

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What Happens When a Party Alienates Its Base?

What Happens When a Party Alienates Its Base?

Rush Limbaugh mentioned Jonah Goldberg’s latest column on his show yesterday. It deals with the fading illusion that has been fed to Republican voters by the GOP establishment that RINO Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney is the “only one who can beat Obama.” Its now being revealed as the horse manure it always was. The RINOs have gone out on a limb promoting a bad candidate, cooperating with the “mainstream” media, and now it’s almost too late to change course to nominate a real Republican.

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The Human Weathervane

The Human Weathervane

Mitt Romney has earned the label of “filp-flopper” for his ability to switch opinions on any given issue at any given time. I once read a comment from a “Plan C: Romney” voter who described Mitt Romney as a weathervane: his position changes depending on which way the wind is blowing. It is imperative that the Republican Party oust the Democrats and their President from the White House, but do we need to sacrifice our values in order to win?

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Beware the Myth of Inevitability

Beware the Myth of Inevitability

In politics, as with many competitive enterprises, frontrunners love to promote the myth of inevitability. But surely Republican primary voters are smarter than that. Surely they realize that the outcome of the nomination lies in their hands, not the candidates’ or the pundits’ or the media’s. They should not fall for the myth of inevitability, but instead create their own reality.

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Gingrich Skins the Media on Their Pro-Homosexual Bias

Gingrich Skins the Media on Their Pro-Homosexual Bias

During the GOP debate last night, after a round of the “moderators” trying to make the Republican candidates look like mean ole bigots, Newt Gingrich threw it back in the face of the “mainstream” media and illustrated how they are supporting an anti-freedom, anti-family, anti-society agenda. Of course, Mitt Romney tried to play “me too,” but in light of the facts, his silly behavior falls flat.

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Santorum Finishes Iowa a Very Close Second

Santorum Finishes Iowa a Very Close Second

Rick Santorum came in a very close second in the Iowa caucuses last night, with Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney getting 8 more votes out of something like 122,000. Not bad for a guy the “mainstream” media wasn’t even bothering to attack and malign a couple of weeks ago. Hopefully now that so many Republicans have allowed themselves to be led around by the nose by liberals, with only one genuine Republican left, we can finally settle in behind a real representative of our party and put this RINO Romney to rest.

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Violating the 11th Commandment, or Upholding Its Intent?

Violating the 11th Commandment, or Upholding Its Intent?

As the lights begin to come up and expose the cockroach RINOs of the GOP who like carrying the name “Republican” but don’t like doing the work of one, there has been a lot of scurrying for cover from the aforementioned critters. Once again, those who are committed to upholding the values, principles and platform of the Republican Party have been portrayed as the bad guys while being forced to endure the bleatings about “different opinions” and Reagan’s 11th Commandment. But was the 11th Commandment intended to provide cover for those who willfully undermine the Republican agenda?

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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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