The Politicians’ Betrayal of America

©2012 drkate

They are about to find out that ignorance is not bliss, it is instead the betrayal of America. 

Vote for America, not a Politician

The true intention of the GOP, their candidates, their minions, and their so-called “Tea Party”–yes, Tea Party, the GOP now owns you– have become so clear in the last two years–they all want the current corrupt system to remain the same.  Aside from the corruption, the blindness, and the ignorance, I conclude they’ve forgotten entirely what this Country is supposed to be about, and who makes a true leader.  Its like rearranging the chairs on the deck of the Titanic.

Here is a reminder of the kind of person a true Constitutionalist, a true Conservative  and a true American should vote for.

A Statesman loves the Constitution
A Politician hates (or is afraid of) the Constitution
A Statesman enforces the Constitution.
A Politician violates the Constitution.
A Statesman uses truth to keep power in the hands of the people.
A Politician uses lies to gain power over the people.
A Statesman‘s primary concern is to secure freedom for future generations.
A Politician’s primary concern is to get elected or re-elected.
A Statesman will not play politics with the people’s money.
A Politician will buy votes with tax money.
A Statesman knows the people must control government.
A Politician believes that government should control people.
A Statesman knows the people must limit government’s power to tax.
A Politician believes government should have unlimited power to tax.
A Statesman gives his allegiance to the people and country.
A Politician gives his allegiance to government.
A Statesman will demand a balanced budget.
A Politician will spend money stolen from future generations(deficit spending).
A Statesman will cause peace.
A Politician will cause wars.

Do NOT tell me you are a ‘constitutional conservative’ and vote for Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Huntsman, or Bachman.  They are wolves in elephant’s clothing.  Ah yes, Miss Tea Party Bachman voted for the NDAA…so I guess you’ll have your Tea Party organization inside the FEMA camps?

The conservatives who have found themselves in intentional ignorance are about to find out that their actions betray their children, the future, and America.

162 Responses to “The Politicians’ Betrayal of America”

  1. 1 drkate January 3, 2012 at 12:11 am

    After the Tea Party and Tea Party advocates finally endorsed Santorum after flirting with Cain and then Gingrich, I promptly submitted my ‘unsubscribe’ notice for their emails. The vitriol in return was pretty telling…yes we need to defeat Obama and get the usurper out…but can we have some real integrity here? How about principle instead of politics?

    Oh yes, I forgot, there’s money in being a ‘tea party organization’.

    Didn’t see any of our Founders fight for our country based on who was going to pay their salary.

    • 2 drkate January 3, 2012 at 12:14 am

      And how many republicans, even so-called ‘tea party’ candidates put in Congress in 2010, enthusiastically supported the NDAA??

    • 3 deafy2 January 3, 2012 at 12:42 am

      That’s good you did that …
      Those Republicans in the Iowa news are nothing but same old …
      Tea Party’s problem is that they were focused on “Taxed Enough Already” (in other words, their wallets), and not the usurper who is the main problem …
      And all of them have never mentioned getting Obama out based on his ineligibility, which makes it impossible to being about real change … Namely reversal of all of Obama’s illegal appointments, directives, czars, etc etc … along with the persecution of such as Pelosi who are guilty of conspiracy and traitorous plotting with the enemy …

      • 4 drkate January 3, 2012 at 12:47 am

        Totally agreed on the eligibility issue…they ridiculed the constitutionalists…and I reiterate that I am not happy Paul has not mentioned it either.

        What we will end up is another round of Obama, or Trump in a third party.

  2. 5 drkate January 3, 2012 at 12:20 am

    h/t QL Romney’s contributions:

    Romney’s donors via particularly big bundlers.

    Goldman Sachs $235,275
    Citigroup Inc $178,450
    Merrill Lynch $176,125
    Morgan Stanley $170,350
    Lehman Brothers $154,800
    UBS AG $125,150
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $123,800
    Bain & Co $121,475
    Marriott International $121,150
    Bain Capital $118,550
    Kirkland & Ellis $111,700
    The Villages $110,900
    Credit Suisse Group $104,900
    Compuware Corp $103,550
    Huron Consulting $102,050
    PricewaterhouseCoopers $92,250
    American Financial Group $87,550
    Affiliated Managers Group $82,112
    Cerberus Capital Management $79,450
    Sun Capital Partners $77,850

  3. 9 Jan January 3, 2012 at 12:56 am

    I’m glad you wrote this, it is going out to all MT Precinct chairmen/women. Thanks, Dr. K

  4. 10 no-nonsense-nancy January 3, 2012 at 6:50 am

    I have said for some time that we need to get rid of both parties and go with a no party system like GW wanted for the country. We The People need to get serious now about turning all of this around. We need to show them, not tell them, who is the government in this republic. Either we are free or we are slaves and we are very quickly being turned into slaves. We are many and they are few. We CAN change the direction this country is going. We need to wake up more of the sheeple. I try but don’t seem to get very far.
    If they pull a stunt in Iowa today it should be the end of the GOP.
    Thanks, Kate. I’m going to unsubscribe to the tea party emails. I haven’t been reading them lately anyway. All I do is delete them from my inbox.

  5. 11 no-nonsense-nancy January 3, 2012 at 7:01 am

    So, will we end up having to leave all of our expensive military equipment in Afghanistan because we have made enamies of all of the neighboring countries? i guess you should think twice before you invade an inland country and want to police the world. Wouldn’t all of that equipment in the hands of the enamy be swell?

  6. 12 jane January 3, 2012 at 7:06 am

    This comment was posted from another website! please READ! Pardon some of the language, but it is a quote.

    they’re hiring to send out an army of collectors, ready to roll out in about 2 months, when that infamous bill takes affect. i’m a cps investigator for state of NC and can tell you there is a gun grab going on, new, meaning guns seized on new reports even unsubstantiated. this is similar from looks of it, by asking kids about guns, drug activity of adults. swab samples without any cause. i have to suspect drugs first, these people just show up and demand them. i’m in process of getting my affairs in order by the way, and leave country. i can’t take seeing cops i work with beat up on families every day. 2 to 4 months, they are going to provoke the shit out of the american public. not safe, i mean, social workers and police are going to be unsafe. govt seems to be pissing people off on purpose.

  7. 15 patriot4usa January 3, 2012 at 9:05 am

    drkate, Thank You for all you do..I love reading here and all the peoples comments..Thank you ALL, you keep me so informed. I came across this, I believe it is the “wolves” round table of War!! Check it out!

  8. 22 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 10:26 am

    Orly Taitz:

    Thank you god!!! I am ready to cry! After 3 years of battle for the first time a judge ruled that Obama’s motion to dismiss is denied. I can now depose Obama and everybody else envolved without any impediment.

  9. 32 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 10:41 am

    I don’t know if Orly is riding the right coat tails or if Irion & Hatfield are the fortunate ones. Hope it doesn’t turn out to be another conflict between counsels. Notice that there are 4 cases, all dismissal motions were denied at the same time by Judge Malihi.

    Does this mean all 4 will be heard together? If so, will the time allotted to each be reduced to a proportional fraction? Are all the cases based upon the same finding of facts & law? Is the evidence redundant or peculiar to the individual case? Will each counsel be hamstrung by being rushed to present?

  10. 35 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    Ron Paul Stumping In Iowa, Gets Cut Off By CNN As Soon As He Brings Up The NDAA

  11. 37 Troy January 3, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    PAUL 28% ROMNEY 26% SANTORUM 18%

  12. 41 uguesswhat January 3, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    The traitor obama & his regime trying to knock out Dr Ron Paul.

    Please don’t let this happen Iowa voters!!!

    • 42 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 2:33 pm

      I would like to see Heneghan substantiate his allegations. That’s not saying I challenge them, its just that we need to not just make statements without backing it up. People need to know and not just believe. If the Mormon Church is working with Obama as Heneghan suggests, then that means their high priest Romney is colluding. This is not a small accusation and must be substantiated.

    • 43 Ann January 3, 2012 at 8:15 pm

      Yeah the owner of that blog (john) will post anything without any kind of proof. Don’t count on anything you read there without some kind of substantiation. Just an FYI.

  13. 45 heather January 3, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    Ron Paul, a simple man, who loves life and the american way. A simple man who has more COMMON SENSE in his little finger than all of congress and the senate.

    This is why they hate him. He brings these criminals out in full force for all of us to see and hear and know how we the people are hated just for existing. We the people are supposed to bow to them and fork over every dollar we make for the “good of the country”–yeah sure, right. If we never had a Ron Paul we the people would still be on our knees begging for left overs after they rob us of every cent we have.

    Thank God for Dr. Ron Paul and his son, they are true patriots and true believers in our law of laws, given to us by our founders, who bleed and died for these new laws.

    I say, power to RP and power to the people, its past our time for our constitutional right to form our own government based on our law.

    All these other so called politicians, are nothing but lying evil criminals and it’s time they met their match.

  14. 46 Quantum Leap January 3, 2012 at 2:52 pm

    Has anyone looked into United States Code, Title 18 Crimes and Criminal Proceedures?Chapter 29 Section 595 and 241 Elections and Political Activities. 42 USC Section 1983 and USC 1985 and USC 1988. All of these pertain to depriving persons of rights or privileges when electing a president this includes primaries.

    (I’m on pins and needles and can’t concentrate on work-RP better win Iowa-He is polling 30% at drudge with Romney at 24%. I told you the MSM lied to us)

    Check out Bev’s site

    encourage every supporter/voter for Ron Paul to sign an Affidavit simple… Affidavit on January 3, 2012 at ______location I affirm I voted for Ron Paul. Notarize or have two witnesses sign witnessing their signature…send one to Ron Paul certified mail/ Return receipt; keep one for themselves to prove their vote…

  15. 48 Philo-Publius January 3, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    The GA Ballot Legal defense fund is asking for donations.

    This site has never, in its four year history, asked for donations until now.
    The battle to keep Obama off the Georgia ballot comes at a price.., the price of representation.
    I have shouldered this till now but these legal expenses will require your help. Please be a part of this history making challenge.

  16. 50 Jan January 3, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    From an e-mail buddy
    “I just learned that big sister Janet Napolitano (DHS) wants to monitors the websites you read. Perhaps you want to send Janet a personal note the next time you logon to one of these. Here is the list of websites she will monitor.”

    • 51 Quantum Leap January 3, 2012 at 5:24 pm

      What the hell is wrong with her? She’s only for tolerance and civil rights when it applies to herself and gays? This smells. I guess when you are ugly you’ll do anything for attention. Ultimately, she is bought and paid for. Anyone who can be bought is a whore.
      Any word yet on the Iowa winner?

    • 52 heather January 3, 2012 at 8:26 pm

      Looks like she didn’t miss a beat. We all use those at certain times to reference things.

      This is the biggest bunch of bull crap–a federal law she states? Yeah right, a law they just MADE UP!

      This goes beyond unconstitutional. They are cruising for a national riot, just waiting to push us over the edge into their fema camps and activate the usurpers new detention law.

      I think we are all in for a long long ride of terrorize right here brought to us by the criminals that usurped this govt.

  17. 54 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 5:19 pm

    Iowa Caucus update.
    early polling indicates that Dr. Paul and Romney are neck & neck in the 22 to 23% range with Santorum at around 16 and Gingrich/Perry bunched at around 13%. As fluid as a caucus is, this one looks like it will go to the wire. Bachmann should cash in her next bus ticket for a trip home.

  18. 55 Quantum Leap January 3, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    Live Iowa Caucus.

    I can’t vote for Romney or Santorum in the general. Sorry peeps. Just can’t do it.

  19. 58 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    Paul is starting to pull away from Romney but Santorum in closing in on Romney.

  20. 65 heather January 3, 2012 at 8:08 pm

    so much for barrys defensive bill—this bill means those prisoners. so again, pick and choose and dog and pony show, all designed to terrorize american citizens.

  21. 66 Troy January 3, 2012 at 8:10 pm

    Santorum slight lead, Romney second, Paul third

    all too close to call…will probably be morning before final results

  22. 68 heather January 3, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    drudgereport update

    Rick 24
    Mitt 24
    Ron 22

    Fear not this is just the start Ron Paul will surge ahead. I’m praying.

  23. 72 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    It sounds like Santorum has blown his war chest in Iowa and has spent little time or money anywhere else. Romney has a cap on who will support him for a couple of reasons, 1) he’s not a conservative and 2) he’s a high priest. Ron Paul has a growing base and as more people understand his foreign policy, that base will continue to grow. So Dr. Paul is in the hunt and prepared for the long haul in this endurance contest.

  24. 74 no-nonsense-nancy January 3, 2012 at 9:54 pm

    If that’s the case with Santorum he won’t get anywhere in the other states. He was way in the back during the debates. It just irks me no end that he is in this position in this caucas. We should have put an end to the caucas after ’08. We had 3 years to do it.

  25. 76 heather January 3, 2012 at 9:55 pm

    Ron Paul expected to take 3rd place foxnews.

    Romney 1
    Santorum 2

    • 77 Quantum Leap January 3, 2012 at 9:59 pm

      That’s bogus. PBS just said Ron Paul is in first place. Santorum does not have the votes. This is rigged. RECOUNT RECOUNT!

      • 78 heather January 3, 2012 at 10:37 pm

        REcount my butt–we need a complete overhaul of this entire dog and pony show—we need a recall from 2008 and my state needs a total recall from Mary Fallin, who now is showing where her allegiance lies and its not with the citizens of this state. It’s with DC and barry.

        She is now labeling certain tea partiers and gun owners as terrorists-who have nothing to do with anything other than they oppose barry. She got bought and paid for———-I demand a recall of her.

        • 79 sky January 4, 2012 at 8:13 am

          go to you tube and type in just how big is oklahoma’s goverment, this is going on in other states,also website. Audit all banks and state tax commision offices,&unions.

  26. 80 no-nonsense-nancy January 3, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    If they declare anyone but RP the winner we should demand a real primary and have done with these rediculous cauc-arses!

  27. 81 Jan January 3, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    Serving papers and press conference

    • 82 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 11:27 pm

      That was excellent! It’s time somebody listened and lived up to there oath of office or it’s time to water the tree of liberty.

      • 84 Tenacity January 5, 2012 at 12:17 am

        For the record, this is not a good letter and should have been cleared by counsels for plaintiffs before being published or delivered. If I were counsel, I would remove half of the letter. It simply says too much and things that are unnecessary to occupy the judge’s mind with. No need to reiterate the risk the judge is taking or how much against the judicial grain he is treading. The letter adds nothing to the briefs filed, but could make the judge take pause as to his actions. Better to just encourage the judge for being a true servant of the people and for living up to his oath of office. Don’t confuse the issues or direct attention away from the points of law.

    • 85 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 1:43 pm

      This is an old vid. I saw it long ago. It’s old news isn’t it?

  28. 88 kiltie January 3, 2012 at 10:58 pm

    I think someone has expressed this opinion before, but I believe that person couldn’t be more right!!! Why in a country of this size with abundant talent are we stuck with Romney and Santorum, both who are competent enough, but with questionable “natural born” status, and with Rubio and Jindahl, both having parents who were not citizens before their birth here in the states, being proferred as a potential V.P.? Is this so that whomever may get the nomination and possible subsequent election, must then keep their traps shut about Obummer’s lack of natural born status, in case the finger points back at them?

  29. 89 no-nonsense-nancy January 3, 2012 at 10:59 pm

    I still say it was fixed against him.

    • 91 no-nonsense-nancy January 4, 2012 at 8:02 am

      Jan, this is getting so scary. I have such fear for my familly, especially my dear grandchildren. The thought of them being separated from their parents just sends a chill through me.

      • 92 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 1:46 pm

        They can’t round everyone up. It’s for certain people not your grandkids. Stop being afraid. Look around. They are outnumbered.

  30. 93 drkate January 3, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    Check this new propaganda (?) out…from Glenn Beck…apparently on his show Wednesday

    Beck was talking about Ron Paul’s affiliation with people who are very close to George Soros, something the media has not EVER brought up.
    “He co-chaired a committee with Barney Frank. I’m looking for the information. Here it is. Co chaired with Barney Frank in 2010 and he was he had to put a committee together of 14 different people. He and Barney Frank put a committee together. I believe it was eleven of them were directly George Soros people. Now, I look at Ron Paul and I say, “Well, wait a minute. How did Ron Paul miss the George Soros connection?” How did a guy who is, as this article that I read this morning said, you know, many people that support Ron Paul can find a conspiracy in a glass of water. How can you miss eleven out of fourteen people being directly connected to George Soros and having his defense plan, the George Soros defense plan being the thing that he says, yeah, we’re going to we’re going to have these guys look into the military of tomorrow. That doesn’t sound healthy.“

    • 94 heather January 3, 2012 at 11:29 pm

      DR kate–lies and propaganda–its birds of a feather flock together and RP has more brains and class than to associate with soros–and he knows the american people hate soros–so GB is spreading freakn lies!

      • 96 no-nonsense-nancy January 4, 2012 at 8:15 am

        I have always respected Daniel Greenfield but I just don’t know about this article. i don’t beleive it is true about Ron Paul. There has to more to it.

        • 97 drkate January 4, 2012 at 11:12 am

          I agree. In 2010 Barney Frank, who was chair of this committee and had control over all the speakers, was planning Obama’s ‘defense’ strategy.

          This is how much these people and false patriots are scared of Paul, I mean the Constitution. Even associating Paul with Barney Frank just shows how far they will go to smear Paul with their own guy’s crap.

      • 98 drkate January 4, 2012 at 11:07 am

        debunked…will post information later….

        but let’s see…the media doesn’t mention Ron Paul at all except out of context…Barney Frank was the chair in 2010 planning Obama’s defense plan, and no votes were taken. I think this gives Ron Paul more information to prove that the pols are phoney, that this is part of Obama’s ‘defense’ plan not Paul’s (if it were soros influence, why do you think Ron Paul favors pulling all our troops home?), and the gullible tea party continues to walk down the wrong path.

        Rick Santorum is finished and will not be able to carry this momentum anywhere, LOLOLOL.

      • 99 drkate January 4, 2012 at 11:08 am

        BTW, Glenn Beck is controlled opposition, just like the Tea Party…who would rather not have the constitution fully in force. FAlse patriots? You betcha!

    • 100 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 2:01 pm

      That has to do with legalizing Marijuana. Dr Paul does not support pot smoking but is sick of the costs that come with it being a crime. If people want to burn out thier brains and throat smoking pot, so be it. Dr Paul doesn’t want it to be a crime and fill jails with pot smokers. People are free to make their own decisions about what they put in their bodies.

      Dr Paul is known as Dr No……. they can’t buy him or his votes that’s why he’s called Dr No. Also any bills with Barney Frank is because they are/were both on the financial committee. It doesn’t mean Dr Paul supports Bawney Fwank.

      Frank and Dodd wrote the new frank/dodd bill and then resigned. How’s them there apples? They made a set of laws that are impossible to police, cut people’s pay in the process with dictating how much they can make max per deal (and it’s the little people who got cut).

      The Dodd Frank act seems written by a kindergartener. It’s common sense issue. They didn’t need to make a law legislating common sense.
      This bill has costed double for those trying to implement it as it takes double time to process since this rule has come into place, thereby digging into already slim profits. How are businesses supposed to survive with all these childish rules? The crooks are responsible for the housing market crash. Crooks don’t care about laws or rules or dodd frank act. This bill is totally unecessary. It has thrown a monkey wrench into an already complicated system.

  31. 101 Jan January 3, 2012 at 11:39 pm

    Two precincts ballots are lost in Iowa, go figure, hehe

    • 102 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 11:44 pm

      Yeah, and I’m betting they were added to the state total at about the 30% reporting mark.

      • 103 Tenacity January 3, 2012 at 11:55 pm

        Also interesting is that the percentages are as follows:
        Santorum 24.55
        Romney 24.54
        Paul 21.45

        My point is that the numbers conveniently round to make it look like a 4 point spread when it is only a 3 point spread. This makes it appear that the top 2 control 50% of the vote. If I were having a computer calculate the minimum number of votes I wanted to shift or add, that is how I would program it.

    • 104 heather January 4, 2012 at 8:41 am

      Yeah, imagine that! Remember how they LOST the military absentee ballots and they were never counted, they were thrown away when they were finally found after barry was called the winner.

      These caucus’s are useless, I see no importance to them what so ever and to lose ballots now, this early, is this whats to come for 2012? The media picks the potus, our votes do not count. This is all drama, and a dog and pony show–its all about who can ‘whip’ up more money and make promises to the banksters while lying to the people.

      I say, RP was the clear winner here—Santorum is a rino and we will be screwed with him. Only congress can declare war and barry has already, several times gone over them and taken orders from the UN — syria and lybia to be exact and egypt as well. congress never declared any ‘rules of engagements’ with these countries.

      Find the damn ballots and call the true winner.

  32. 106 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 12:34 am

    What a pisser. They now are saying it’ a tie between Santorum and Romney…… this is bogus. The media picked them not the voters.

  33. 109 drkate January 4, 2012 at 11:33 am

    Ron Paul gets most of the delegates in Iowa…the real winning strategy… get the delegates to the convention

      • 111 Troy January 4, 2012 at 1:08 pm

        It’s funny to listen to two liars trying to validate each others lies.

        • 112 Troy January 4, 2012 at 1:16 pm

          I wonder if the day will ever come when John Roberts is forced to take a crap on the constitution, in broad daylight and in front of the whole world, by declaring Barry Soetoto to be a NBC just to save his own ass since he committed treason by knowingly and willingly swearing in a usurper.

          If forced to finally rule on NBC, he has no other choice but to commit further treason by ruling in Barry’s favor, because to do anything different is to hand himself a prison sentence.

          • 113 Troy January 4, 2012 at 1:22 pm

            The above scenario is why I know Barry will NEVER be removed by SCOTUS and they are the ONLY ones with the authority to remove him.

            If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a million times – Barry is never going to be removed on grounds of ineligibility….Roberts simply cannot allow it, as he and all of Congress would also go down with the ship.

            • 114 heather January 4, 2012 at 1:32 pm

              Especially since it’s reported that Roberts is by far the wealthiest scotus in the US. He has billions and where pray tell can he say he made this money?

              Has to be bribes while sitting on the bench…there is no other way.

              Fear not, Troy, no one is too big to fall–he and the rest of them will–watch and see. Their time is coming and someone will start that ball rolling, and no one goes down alone, they will point fingers at each other. It happens all the time.

            • 115 Troy January 4, 2012 at 1:37 pm

              Something that I have always wondered about throughout this entire ineligibility fiasco is Justice Scalia….He is the only SCOTUS justice that I have ever had an ounce of respect for….He, of all people, knows damn good and well and beyond any shadow of doubt that Obama is ineligible…But he, alone, can’t force his colleagues to hear or rule on the matter….I wonder what must be going through his mind….Seems to me that if he was any kind of real protector of our constitution that he would say, “Job be damned – I resign in protest” and then hold a national press conference to tell the whole world why he resigned….That he, with clear a conscience, could no longer serve with a group of spineless and lawless constitution shredders.

              I guess that I’m wrong about him….I guess that he is a spineless constitution shredder also….You know good and well that he has tons of money and doesn’t need that job in order to survive….He, with one single press conference, could inform the entire country that we have an illegal usurper in the Oval Office.

              • 116 heather January 4, 2012 at 2:04 pm


                Add Alito to that list. I think he is an honest justice. But I also understand what you are saying–think of it this way, maybe, just maybe, Alito and Scilia are staying to be the silent partners of the constitution in upholding it as much as they can. We have to have some hope and faith to hold on to in the courts.

                You must remember that state of the union speech barry gave when he chastized the justices that sat in front of him and Alito mouthed some words that barry noticed and crushed him in his seat. That was worth a thousand words in my book–and told me that Alito was not part of them, but was there to uphold the law and fight for our rights. Of course I could be wrong, but this is my opinion only.

                I have to have some faith and hope that there are some good and decent people inside the govt of barry would have 100% destroyed this country by now.

                • 117 no-nonsense-nancy January 4, 2012 at 2:54 pm

                  This administaration, as we know, is capable of big threats. I thin k Scalia and Alito have had threats made to themselves and their families. That can make a person keep quiet.

                  • 118 Troy January 4, 2012 at 3:25 pm

                    A threat only has power over you if you keep that threat a hidden secret…Any of these high profile people that are threatened should also hold a national press conference and tell the entire country of the threat that was made against them….Tell the populace to stay alert and ask them to help watch your back….Let everyone know that if something bad happens to you or a loved one that it was no coincidence nor an “accident”…..Tell them who to look for in the event that something bad does happen….Name names!….That is the best way to neutralize a threat – put a giant, bright, shining spotlight on it.

                    I wonder if our founding fathers were threatened….Hmmm, I’d be willing to bet that they were…..I sure am glad that that they didn’t cave in or surrender to any threats…..Myself, if someone threatens me – I get pissed off and I’m looking to dish out a little bit of hurt on someone’s ass!

                    • 119 Tenacity January 4, 2012 at 3:56 pm

                      None of these appointees (Cabinet, Judiciary & etc.) are put into position unless the PTB have sufficient dirt on them that control is not in question. Look at Clinton’s appointments as an example. Bushes appointments were less obvious, but just as controlled. You can bet that Alito has some serious skeletons. This is one of the elements of the secret societies. Their initiations are sufficient (e.g.: sodomy in a casket or Bohemian Grove activities) to guaranty the initiate’s secrecy. These people have sold their souls or they never get appointed…period.

  34. 120 heather January 4, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    I don’t think she missed a beat. And I am sorry for her loss. But hopefully whoever wins will add her to their admin–so she can repeal obamacare.

    • 121 Troy January 4, 2012 at 2:00 pm

      When Romney gets to be president, and we all know that is what has been decided long ago, that he puts RP in charge of the treasury….These GOP elite scumbags had better heed Palin’s warning and not marginalize all of the RP supporters, because we can all damn sure see to it that Romney NEVER makes it to the White House, either by voting for Barry or not voting at all just to spite them.

      Message to GOP and Fox News: Hey, ASSHOLES! – knock off the smearing and belittling of RP and us – OR ELSE!!!


  35. 122 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 2:50 pm

    email interview of Ron Paul by, which addresses the issues of how he feels about Israel and about racism and anti-Semitism. Out of the horse’s mouth, so to speak. Haaretz has a unique perspective, in that they are a Jewish website.

    Q. What was your reaction to your exclusion from the function held by the Republican Jewish Coalition, to which all the rest of the candidates were invited?

    Paul: Well, it was a bit surprising and disappointing. I believe that Israel is one of our most important friends in the world. And the views that I hold have many adherents in Israel today. Two of the tenets of a true Zionist are “self-determination” and “self-reliance.” I do not believe we should be Israel’s master but, rather, her friend. We should not be dictating her policies and announcing her negotiating positions before talks with her neighbors have even begun.

    Q. The RJC characterized your views on Israel as “misguided and extreme”. Why do you think they view your views in that way?

    Paul: I do not know, as I am the one candidate who would respect Israel’s sovereignty and not try to dictate to her about how she should deal with her neighbors. I supported Israel’s right to attack the Iraqi nuclear reactor in the 1980s, and I opposed President Obama’s attempt to dictate Israel’s borders this year.

    Q. Do you think that the American debate on Israel is stifled?

    Paul: There is no question that the problems of the Middle East have been intractable and may take new solutions and ideas. These ideas should all be openly discussed. I believe that my opinions have been distorted by those who want to continue America’s current role as world policeman, which we don’t have the money or manpower to sustain.

    My philosophy, like that of the Founding Fathers, is that we should use our resources to protect our nation. Our policies of intervention and manipulation in Iran and Iraq and other places have led to unintended consequences and have not made Israel safer. Many in the Jewish community share my opinion, and it’s vital for both nations that we continue to have an open dialogue.

    Q. In a 2007 clip that is on YouTube, you say, “Israel should be treated like everybody else”. Is that still your position, or do you believe that Israel and the United States have a “special relationship”?

    Paul: Well, we do have some unique arrangements. We trade intelligence in areas when it serves our mutual interest, for instance. But I believe we have gone too far, to Israel’s detriment. Instead of being her friend, we have dominated her foreign policy.

    Q. In that same clip, you also say that the motivation of al-Qaida for the 9/11 attacks was American support for Israel. Do you still believe that?

    Paul: I think most people in the Middle East and probably in Israel would agree that this was a major factor. That in itself does not make our policies right or wrong. Our policies need to be discussed on their own merits, but as a matter of course, yes, our support of Israel has made us enemies.

    Other U.S. policies, such as our stationing of troops in Saudi Arabia and our support for repressive regimes in the region, also play a role in hostilities to the U.S. Those in the Arab world who object to the U.S.’ support for dictatorships and to our military presence there often see Israel as the agent of the U.S. Thus, not only do Israel’s relations with the U.S. cause some negative feelings toward America, but they further Arab hostility toward Israel, which is one reason why Israel would be better off without U.S. aid.

    Q. In the Fox News presidential debate you expressed understanding and even sympathy for the Iran having nuclear weapons. But Israelis view an Iranian nuclear capability as an existential threat to their country. Do you disagree? Do you not believe Iranian leaders who say that Israel should be “wiped off the map”?

    Paul: I am against the spread of nuclear weapons. But I do understand why other nations want them and why they don’t accept the nuclear monopoly as it now stands. You cannot change an opinion you don’t understand. I understand it and would try to change it.
    However, there’s a key fact that it seems is being overlooked when my positions are discussed. I believe I’m the only candidate who would allow Israel to take immediate action to defend herself without having to get our approval. Israel should be free to take whatever steps she deems necessary to protect her national security and sovereignty.

    Q. Do you support completely cutting all foreign aid, including the aid to Israel?

    Paul: Yes, I am personally against all foreign aid. We give $3 billion to Israel and $12 billion to her avowed enemies. How does that help Israel? And in return, we act like her master and demand veto power over her foreign policy.
    If I were President, such aid would not end until the Congress agreed and voted for it to end, because I would be President as the U.S. Constitution defines it. I am not running for dictator.

    But I believe that federal foreign aid is absurd. We’re broke! We are like a man who used to be rich and is in the habit of paying for everybody’s meals and announces at a lavish dinner that he will pay the bill, only to then turn to the fellow sitting nearby and say, “Can I use your credit card? I will pay you back.” It is ridiculous for us to be borrowing money from China and giving it to Pakistan.
    I have described foreign aid as taking money from poor people in rich countries and giving it to rich people in poor countries. I know that many in other nations are hurting, but I also know that the American people are a generous people. While we should end the unconstitutional federal foreign aid program, I would encourage Americans to continue to voluntarily contribute to the needs of other nations.

    Q. In the past, you have been accused by various groups, including the Anti-Defamation League, of accepting the support of racist and anti-Semitic elements and of not doing anything to distance yourself from them. What is your reaction to this accusation?

    Paul: I have always made it clear, and will continue to do so, that my message is based on the rights of all people to be treated equally. Any type of racism or anti-Semitism is incompatible with my philosophy. Ludwig von Mises, the great economist whose writing helped inspire my political career, was a Jew who was forced to leave his native Austria to escape the Nazis. Mises wrote about the folly of seeing people as part of groups rather than as individuals. Therefore, for me to advance anti-Semitism in any way would be a betrayal of my own intellectual heritage.

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  36. 124 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 3:35 pm

    One of the top donors to Santorum’s charity was also the beneficiary of an $8 million Santorum-sponsored federal earmark, according to published reports. Melanie Sloan, a former federal prosecutor who filed an ethics complaint against Santorum in 2006 on behalf of a watchdog group, said her organization’s website received a tidal wave of visitors in the past 24 hours, and in an interview she said she believes people will discover that the GOP presidential contender is “hardly the moral paragon he purports to be.”

    “There were several instances in which Santorum appeared to have taken campaign contributions in direct exchange for legislative assistance,” said Sloan, whose organization, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), spent months investigating Santorum’s activities while he was in office. “He violated Senate gift rules by accepting a mortgage from a bank in which he had no interest and which otherwise made loans only to its own investors.”

    excerpt from Yahoo news.

    • 129 heather January 4, 2012 at 4:09 pm

      Sounds like she hit most of the points. Notice no one stopped her from talking and getting her words out. Hmmm–must all be true then! Good for her.

      And these criminal politicians sit there and say to themselves, and who will stop us, NO ONE!—-we are all above the law and if anyone tries, they will meet with the same fate we do to everyone else who tries.

  37. 130 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    Yet again it seems Mitt Romney (and his supporters) are doing everything in their power to hide the full truth from voters. In the latest instance a pro-Romney Super PAC (Restore Our Future) is going through legal gymnastics in an effort to conceal the identities of its biggest donors.

    From yesterday’s Washington Post:

    An organization that is spending millions of dollars to back Romney has changed the schedule it will follow to report donations to the federal government, a step that means it can postpone disclosing the names of its financial backers until after the Florida primary on the last day of January.

    This means it’s entirely possible (although not likely given the recent polls) that Mr. Romney could have the Republican nomination completely sewn up without his Super PAC ever telling voters who’s paid the millions of dollars for ads aimed at convincing voters the former Massachusetts governor is a good guy.

    • 131 heather January 4, 2012 at 7:04 pm

      A very convenient loophole. I thought the scotus made a new rule last yr about campaign contributions and barry hated it…..did they find a loophole?

    • 133 heather January 4, 2012 at 7:22 pm

      Seems that Anderson Cooper was a little tongue tied! Guess he was shocked like the rest of us! This means that Cooper isn’t going to let up on congress making multimillions unless he is in on it. Watch him lick his lips–he can just taste all the money he can steal with the rest of the criminals.

      Pelosi–wth are those hand signals she uses? Or is she just blowing Steve Croft off–either way, she uses hand signals and they must mean something to someone.

      These people are all dirty and need all that money taken away from them and redistributed into OUR pockets since we are the ones who had it taken in the first place. I know we lost tons in 08—but money has to go somewhere–it just can’t disappear into thin air. If it were there to begin with, its still there–but in the criminals bank accounts.

    • 135 heather January 4, 2012 at 7:29 pm

      Vote these scum bags out—never vote for a 2nd term for any of them and take away every single perk they take for themselves once and freakn for all.

  38. 136 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 3:54 pm

    congressional criminals:

    They intend to hide what they do, like animals burying excretion. The current law is intended to do just that. What kind of people are representing us? Sneaks and weasels who operate at a level where they can claim some kind of legal defense if caught. Don’t let them get away with hiding “Trigger Actions”.


    It’s unbelievable what Congressmen get away with. They operate in a legal bubble of their own making. allowing them to become wealthy at the expense of the American Public. They have become a Permanent Political Class – most of them are not wealthy when entering Congress, but they rapidly become millionaires as they learn to play the system.. Learn more about the very real Permanent Political Class and the expression crony capitalism.

  39. 137 Quantum Leap January 4, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    Looking for a good read?
    One of the biggest scandals in American politics is waiting to explode: the full story of the inside game in Washington shows how the permanent political class enriches itself at the expense of the rest of us. Insider trading is illegal on Wall Street, yet it is routine among members of Congress. Normal individuals cannot get in on IPOs at the asking price, but politicians do so routinely. The Obama administration has been able to funnel hundreds of millions of dollars to its supporters, ensuring yet more campaign donations. An entire class of investors now makes all of its profits based on influence and access in Washington. Peter Schweizer has doggedly researched through mountains of financial records, tracking complicated deals and stock trades back to the timing of briefings, votes on bills, and every other point of leverage for politicians in Washington. The result is a manifesto for revolution: the Permanent Political Class must go.

  40. 139 drkate January 4, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    The kiss of death: McCain endorses Romney LOL 😛

  41. 143 Troy January 4, 2012 at 7:25 pm

    I didn’t think there could ever be anyone that sounded more fake than Obama, but sitting here with the TV on and hearing Romney in the background flapping his lips, I have to say that Romney sounds even more fake than Barry….He reminds me of one of those old dolls / toys with the string coming out from the back that you pull to make them talk….Every time you pull the string the same BS comes out every time….I’m starting to think that there is no way I’m going to be able to force myself to vote for that cardboard cut-out plastic Ken doll….This whole situation just makes me sick….The GOP has no intention of winning the election….They are going to make even more potential voters stay home than they did when they ran the RINO, McPain, in ’08….The Two / One party system has got to be destroyed or it’s going to destroy us.

    • 144 Tenacity January 4, 2012 at 7:31 pm

      If it hasn’t already. I don’t know if I could pull the lever for the high priest Bonneville Bain Romney in good conscience. Here is why.

      • 145 heather January 4, 2012 at 7:38 pm

        Oh yeah Ten, I read that the last time you posted it way back when. I also took some time today to find out if he was a NBC–Everything I pulled up was beat around the bush/scrubbed….however I did find an interesting artlicle that I saved before they scrubbed that one. It says he is, his parents were both born in the US but moved to Mexico prior to Mitt’s birth, and came back to the US for his birth. Not sure if anything is true anymore after what barry and this govt has put is through.

        • 146 heather January 4, 2012 at 7:43 pm

          oops-wrong Romney was born in Mexico.

          6 Natural Born Citizen?
          Romney was born in Mexico, which raised the issue if he was eligible to be President, which is constitutionally limited to a “natural born citizen” of the United States. Both his parents were American citizens, and he returned to the U.S. before he turned 21. That was sufficient for him to be a U.S. citizen, but not necessarily to pass the “natural born” test (which only applies to presidents). The issue was never tested in court and contrasts with the cases of Barry Goldwater, who was born in the Arizona Territory, and John McCain, who was born to American parents in the Panama Canal Zone at a time it was part of the U.S. and his father (a naval officer) was assigned to duty there. The Romneys had purposely left American legal jurisdiction.

          George Wilcken ROMNEY’s Ancestry


          Created 3 March 2010


          George Wilcken ROMNEY
          Lenore Emily LAFOUNT

          Here is where it came from…via google

          • 147 Tenacity January 4, 2012 at 8:17 pm

            It was Mitt’s father George Romney that was born in Chihuahua, Mexico in 1907. Here is just one of many sites including Wikipedia that states this undisputed fact.

            The question is, did George Romney ever naturalize as his parents are reported to have surrendered their U.S. Citizenship prior to George’s birth. One article that I thought was posted here recently represented their was no record of George’s naturalization in the U.S. before or after Mitt’s birth. Some have claimed that the polygamous grandparents were U.S. citizens but the one researcher that checked it out found they had naturalized to Mexico. Thus there is a definite dispute as to the grandparent’s citizenship and no record of George’s naturalization. If that report is correct, then Mitt is not a NBC.

            • 148 drkate January 4, 2012 at 8:33 pm

              This is what I thought in the beginning–that Rove would set up once again two ineligible candidates to run against eachother, and to divert our attention.

      • 149 Troy January 4, 2012 at 8:15 pm

        I guess I’m going to have no choice but to do what I’ve been begging everyone else not to do….I guess I’m going to simply not vote, which is basically a vote for Obama…..Or I will write in Ron Paul’s name and vote….I see no way that I can vote for Romney and then live with myself.

    • 155 Paula January 5, 2012 at 8:20 am

      LOL…shared the same thoughts on Romney, a barbie doll who just spews the same kind of dung that comes out of Obama’s mouth….lies. These men must really hate free will (freedom/liberty); probably because they’ve given up their own free will and identities and become puppets/barbies that will only believe and do what they are told to believe and do. Operated by the strings of a puppetmaster…what a lousy existence, and because misery loves company, this must be why they don’t think twice about their trampling over Americans’ constitutional freedoms and Bill of Rights; they want the rest of us to join them in their slavery…just like the devil, himself.

      There is no difference in an Obama or Romney. If you vote for one or the other, we’ll be getting the same old garbage we’ve been getting over the last 100 years. Change happened slower in the beginning…the only difference, now, is that they’ve kicked up the pace a few notches, and all this lawless change is coming at us at top speed, it seems.

      I hope that the majority of Americans can see through the fake, Romney and, hopefully, they’ve learned what a fake Obama is.

  42. 158 Drew January 5, 2012 at 12:01 am

    Obama’s Uncle Fred Newman

    …… and the conspiracy to seize the Democrat Party

    — the latest from Martha Trowbridge

  43. 159 Jan January 5, 2012 at 2:50 am

    OMG check out this web site and let me know if it is credible. All candidates exposed???

  44. 160 Jan January 5, 2012 at 2:53 am

    The Daily Caller

    The trouble with my uncle, Rick Santorum
    Published: 2:00 PM 01/03/2012

  45. 161 Jan January 5, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    This is why Santorum won so many votes in Iowa (and no, I’m not a Catholic)

    This is your movement. And in the last 24 hours, you have been emailing us by the thousands. At last count, over 90% of respondents have said:

    CatholicVote needs to rally behind Rick Santorum NOW!

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