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Neo-con Bill Kristol openly supports a deep-state coup: What this means for Trump's presidency

On February 13, General Mike Flynn resigned from being President Trump’s national security adviser and apologized for telling then-VP-elect Mike Pence an untruth — that Flynn had not discussed the issue of sanctions with Russia’s ambassador to the United States. Reportedly, Flynn resigned in lieu of being outright fired.
President Trump did the right thing in removing Flynn because he cannot have as his adviser someone who lies and who might have violated the law (Logan Act) in speaking with and negotiating with the Russian ambassador without Trump’s authorization.
But this matter is more than “just” the removal of a dishonest aide because it has to do with how Flynn’s conversation with the Russian ambassador came to light in the first place. Only U.S. intelligence agencies could have accessed, by illegally wiretapping, Flynn’s conversation, and then leaked the transcript of the conversation to the MSM who are just chafing at the bit to find anything to take down Trump’s presidency.
In the last weeks of the Obama administration, the intelligence agencies were complicit in an effort to subvert the November 8 election with wholly unverified and unfounded allegations that Russia had intervened in the election by hacking and leaking to WikiLeaks damaging emails of the DNC, Hillary Clinton, and the chair of her campaign John Podesta. Trump responded that, as President, he will reform the intelligence agencies, beginning with the CIA.
At the time, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) darkly warned that Trump would be “really dumb” to take on the intelligence community because “they have six ways from Sunday of getting back at you.” Asked if this was a threat against Trump, former Senator Ron Paul (R) said, “I think he [Schumer] is speaking the truth there — better watch out. I think Trump knows about it. That’s why he has private security.” (See my post “Trump’s war with the CIA”)
The take-down of Mike Flynn was the first shot at the Trump administration from the intelligence agencies that are bureaucracies in the executive branch of the U.S. government over which President Trump presumably is the head. The intelligence agencies’ illegal wiretapping of Flynn’s phone conversation and transmission of the transcript to the MSM therefore is an act of revolt, pure and simple. As Thomas Lifson of the American Thinker points out:

Make no mistake: we have just witnessed an operation by members of the CIA to take out a high official of our own government. An agency widely believed to have brought down democratically elected governments overseas is now practicing the same dark arts in domestic American politics. Almost certainly, its new head, [CIA Director] Mike Pompeo, was not consulted . . . .
Note that the law was broken by whoever leaked the transcripts to the media. Not only is the crime underlying the “scandal” being ignored, but the criminals are being hailed. On Morning Joe‘s first hour today, the host, a former congressman (i.e., a lawmaker) himself, called the leakers “heroes.” …
The Flynn Affair is a huge scandal, all right.  But the media are misdirecting our attention toward the lesser dimension while they studiously ignore the real threat to our democracy.
This interference in domestic politics by the CIA should be regarded as a major threat to our democracy, but of course our Trump-hating domestic media are reveling in a major point scored against the new president.

To make matters even worse, the leak of Flynn’s conversation is only one of several leaks from the Trump administration. In a series of tweets, President Trump identifies the problem:
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On the intelligence agencies’ takedown of Flynn, neo-conservative Bill Kristol, founder and editor at large of The Weekly Standard and a network political commentator, tweeted:
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Kristol’s declaration that he prefers the unelected “deep state” to the constitutional government of duly-elected President Trump is nothing other than Kristol’s admission that he supports a coup d’état.
One of Donald Trump’s campaign slogans was “Drain the Swamp”. President Trump must thoroughly excise the rot in the intelligence agencies, beginning with the CIA and the National Security Agency (NSA) — Gen. Flynn would have been director of the NSA. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the FBI must arrest the wiretappers and leakers, the reporters who solicited and received the transcript from an illegal wiretap, as well as Bill Kristol for openly advocating and fomenting treason against the United States (as per Article III of the U.S. Constitution).
The continuation of Trump’s presidency and his very life depend on it.
Pray for President Trump. Pray for America!
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See also:

H/t FOTM’s josephbc69
~Eowyn

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Actor Vince Vaughn Comes Out As Proud Conservative!!!

Not exactly A list, but trust me I feel it in my bones this is good. There is a lack of fear in Hollywood now and you watch as more and more stars will come our way.

Remember that we also vote with our dollars. If a Hollywood Puke wants to open his yap and spew the regimes propaganda we can and must choke them off at the box office.

This is the beginning of the end, Do not let up. I know people are discouraged, but they are on the ropes. Take a breath, say a prayer and double down your efforts. The light has been shown on these COCKROACHES.  

Ask actor Vince Vaughn about his political views and he’ll proudly tell you he’s conservative – and he doesn’t really care what Hollywood thinks.

The Lib's Are going bug eyed.

The Lib’s Are going bug eyed.


In a telephone interview with Adam Carola, Hollywood A-lister Vince Vaughn made a strong declaration about his conservative principles. When Carolla asked him very directly, “Do you count yourself a conservative?” Vaughn did not hesitate or stammer, he merely replied, “I do, yeah…I mean I’m very supportive of Ron Paul, but I’ve always been more conservative than not.”

During the three minute interview Carolla tried to see if Vaughn’s conservatism was a product of a conservative upbringing. Vaughn talked about growing up in Chicago, with a father who came from a working class family that leaned more democratic.

However, the actor also stated, “As a guy that worked very hard, and sort of put himself through school and stuff, he was more conservative, for sure.”

Carolla claimed that he was not conservative, but he “has been made conservative by the direction the country’s been going.”

( Carolla Too)

When Vaughn was asked if his conservatism runs along the lines of fiscal issues, social issues or both, he mentioned Ron Paul, the Constitution, and a lack of trust in government.

“I really like Ron Paul…I think that when you get older, you just get less trust in the government running anything. And you start to realize…when you go back and start to look at the Constitution and the principles of liberty, the real purpose of government is to protect the individual’s right to, you know, sort of think and pursue what they have interest in,” Vaughn replied.

The “Wedding Crashers” star also addressed the Hollywood bias against conservatives in the industry, but also maintained, “I can disagree with people but not have it be the forefront of all conversations.”

Vaughn has also teamed up with TheBlaze TV to put out “Pursuit of the Truth,” a reality show searching for the next great documentary filmmaker. Vaughn’s Wild West Productions partnered with Go Go Luckey Entertainment and Glenn Beck’s media company to make the show a reality. You can watch past episodes of “Pursuit of the Truth,” here.

Listen to audio from the excerpt from the Adam Carolla Podcast  (caution, the clip contains some strong language).

~Steve~

https://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/11/08/huge-movie-star-breaks-rank-with-hollywood-in-revealing-chat-on-individual-rights-the-constitution-and-principles-of-liberty/

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Iraq war veteran plans armed march on Washington on July 4

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A radio host and Iraq war veteran will be leading an armed march on Washington, D.C., this July 4, Independence Day, to put government on notice that we won’t be intimidated.

Adam Kokesh

Adam Kokesh


He is Adam Kokesh, 31, a Libertarian activist and talk radio host. Kokesh was a corporal in the United States Marine Corps Reserve and a veteran of the Iraq War, serving in Falujah in 2004 as a liaison between the U.S. military and Iraqi civilians as a member of the 3rd Civil Affairs Group. He is an outspoken opponent of the U.S. military intervention in Iraq.
On September 2, 2008, Kokesh spoke at Ron Paul’s Rally for the Republic in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he stated, “While it is our responsibility now to resist tyranny civilly, while we still can, there may come a time when we will say to the powers that be, be it with your blood or ours we have come to water the tree of liberty … who will stand with me?”
Gregory Gwyn-Williams Jr. reports for CNSNews, May 5, 2013, that Kokesh launched the planned armed march as a group on Facebook, the “Open Carry March on Washington,” and hopes to get 1,000 supporters to march into the nation’s capital with loaded rifles.
The group plans to meet at 9 a.m., July 4, 2013, at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. From there, they will march across the Memorial Bridge into Washington, D.C. and continue down Independence Avenue.
While Virginia permits open carry, Washington, D.C. does not issue any permit/licenses to carry a firearm.
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The Facebook page states that the event, though armed, is non-violent and if the group is met with physical resistance, they will turn back:
“This is an act of civil disobedience, not a permitted event. We will march with rifles loaded & slung across our backs to put the government on notice that we will not be intimidated & cower in submission to tyranny.
There’s a remote chance that there will be violence as there has been from government before, and I think it should be clear that if anyone involved in this event is approached respectfully by agents of the state, they will submit to arrest without resisting.”
The event is open to unarmed supporters, journalists and welcomes law enforcement officers to join.
See also “3 of 10 registered voters think U.S. needs an armed revolution,” May 2, 2013.

Updates:

~Eowyn

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Texas wants its gold back from Federal Reserve

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Last July, I wrote a post asking the unthinkable (in some quarters) the question: How much of the gold that’s sold actually exists?
Given the fact that at least a substantial portion of gold sales are in paper certificate form instead of physical gold, then we can’t dismiss the probability that some of the “gold” purchased doesn’t really exist in reality. Mark O’Byrne of Wealth News contends that as much as 80% of the gold owned by people across the world doesn’t exist.
That post evidently irked people because every comment on the post received at least one thumbs-down rating. LOL
But the question really isn’t so preposterous. Evidently, Texas Governor Rick Perry and some state legislators are also wondering about that. They  would like the U.S. Federal Reserve to return the state’s gold bullions.
Emily Ramshaw and Aman Batheja report for the Texas Star-Telegram, March 21, 2013, that Gov. Perry wants to bring the state’s gold reserves back from a New York vault to Texas and he may have legislative support to do it.
Freshman Rep. Giovanni Capriglione, R-Southlake, is carrying a bill that would establish the Texas Bullion Depository, a secure state-based bank to house $1 billion worth of gold bars owned by the University of Texas Investment Management Co., or UTIMCO, and stored by the Federal Reserve.
The idea isn’t entirely new. Some Republicans worked on a gold bill last session that was never filed. And gold-standard-backing Ron Paul, the former Lake Jackson congressman, has raised repeated concerns about the safety of states’ gold supplies. He told The Texas Tribune: “If you think gold is a hedge, or a protection, you always want it as close to the individual and the entity as possible. Texas is better served if it knows exactly where the gold is rather than depending on the security of the Federal Reserve.”
Bringing Texas’ gold home has gained traction this session because of Perry’s vocal support. On Glenn Beck’s radio show, Perry said Texas is in the legislative process of “bringing gold that belongs to the state of Texas back into the state” because Texas is at least as capable as the Federal Reserve of safeguarding Texas’ “physical gold.” “If we own it,” Perry said, “I will suggest to you that that’s not someone else’s determination whether we can take possession of it back or not.”
Capriglione said he was at a Tea Party event in Tarrant County this year where Perry spoke about the state’s gold investments as an economic development tool. Since then, he has worked with Perry’s office on the bill.
Capriglione says: “Something on the scorecards of a lot of these businesses in deciding whether they want to come to Texas is stability and gold as being one of those items. I think it’s been in his consciousness for a while in trying to get some sort of depository in the state of Texas. We don’t want just the certificates. We want our gold. And if you’re the state of Texas, you should be able to get your gold. For us to have our own gold, a lot of the runs on the bank and those types of things, they happen because people are worried that there’s nothing there to back it up. So I think this cures a problem before it can happen.”
The United States and many other countries stopped pegging their currencies to the gold standard decades ago. Capriglione said the bill is not about putting Texas on its own gold standard. Rather, a depository would give the state a reputation as being more financially secure in the event of a financial crisis.
Transporting gold from New York City or other banks to Texas, however, would be impractical from a security and logistics standpoint. Capriglione maintains it makes more sense to sell the gold that Texas has elsewhere and repurchase it within state lines.
He said the measure wouldn’t pose a significant expense, because the gold bars could be safeguarded in a small area, no bigger than 20 square feet. To lower costs, he intends to change the language to allow the private sector to handle some of the administrative expenses of building and running the depository.
But Rep. Lon Burnam, D-Fort Worth, said he is skeptical that Capriglione’s bill addresses a legitimate problem facing the state: “We’ve got plenty of real problems that we’re not going to deal with this session. Let’s deal with them.”
H/t FOTM’s Tina
~Eowyn

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Mitt Romney Shellshocked by Election Loss

The day after the Tuesday Electoral Massacre, I stayed calm and stoical. The American people had spoken, and a majority want the POS back for another four years, mistaken though I think they are.

Then analyses and data started coming in — about non-U.S. citizens voting; about the missing 3 million who had voted for McCain in 2008; and Ron Paul cultists openly admitting they sat this election out.

Add to all that what FOTM had already chronicled, on:

Then I discovered that good Catholics and evangelical Christians had fought the good fight by turning out in greater numbers for Romney than they had for McCain in 2008.

All day yesterday, as I processed this information, I became angrier and angrier. Until I saw this headline on Drudge, and my heart broke.

Romney ‘Shellshocked’ By Loss

Visibly stricken, Gov. Mitt Romney graciously concedes the election

Jan Crawford reports for CBS News, Nov. 8, 2012, that a senior adviser of the Romney-Ryan campaign says Gov. Romney was completely taken by surprise — “shellshocked” — by the electoral loss: “We went into the evening confident we had a good path to victory. I don’t think there was one person who saw this coming.” They just couldn’t believe they had been so wrong.

Romney’s campaign got its first hint something was wrong on the afternoon of Election Day, when state campaign workers on the ground began reporting huge turnout in areas favorable to Obama: northeastern Ohio, northern Virginia, central Florida and Miami-Dade. Then came the early exit polls that also were favorable to Obama.

But it wasn’t until the polls closed that concern turned into alarm. They expected North Carolina to be called early. It wasn’t. They expected Pennsylvania to be up in the air all night; it went early for Obama.

After Ohio went for Obama, it was over, but senior advisers say no one could process it. But then came Colorado for Obama and Florida also was looking tougher than anyone had imagined. Romney then said what they knew: it was over.

Romney was stoic as he talked to Obama, but his wife Ann cried. Running mate Paul Ryan seemed genuinely shocked; his wife Janna also was shaken and cried softly.

“There’s nothing worse than when you think you’re going to win, and you don’t,” said another adviser. “It was like a sucker punch.”

Their emotion was visible on their faces when they walked on stage after Romney finished his remarks, which Romney had hastily composed, knowing he had to say something.

Both wives looked stricken, and Ryan himself seemed grim. They all were thrust on that stage without understanding what had just happened.

“He was shellshocked,” one adviser said of Romney.

Romney and his campaign had gone into the evening confident they had a good path to victory, for emotional and intellectual reasons. The huge and enthusiastic crowds in swing state after swing state in recent weeks – not only for Romney but also for Paul Ryan – bolstered what they believed intellectually: that Obama would not get the kind of turnout he had in 2008.

They thought intensity and enthusiasm were on their side this time – poll after poll showed Republicans were more motivated to vote than Democrats – and that would translate into votes for Romney.

As a result, they believed the public/media polls were skewed – they thought those polls oversampled Democrats and didn’t reflect Republican enthusiasm. They based their own internal polls on turnout levels more favorable to Romney. That was a grave miscalculation, as they would see on election night.

The CBS article then goes on to “analyze” just how the Romney campaign got it wrong. Blah, blah, blah….

To that, I say “Horse manure!”

Like our Hardnox and Terry, I don’t believe for even a second that the POS actually won Tuesday’s election legitimately.

No way.

How do I know that?

Here’s how, in addition to what I’d written at the beginning of this post on voter fraud, the military (non)vote, and Ron Paulists’ treasonous abstention:

THE ENTHUSIASM FACTOR

about which we are told is so super important to voter turnout and winning.

As early as last May, the POS already wasn’t drawing the large crowds he used to in 2008. Then in the days leading up to Nov. 6:

  • In my post of Nov. 5, I finally let a big cat out of the bag, the best-kept secret of this election: I haven’t seen even ONE SINGLE Obama 2012 bumpersticker, yard sign, or apartment window sign in Berkeley, California — the Belly of the Left Beast. Whereas in 2008, the city was inundated with Obama-Biden signs and stickers. That certainly signals a total lack of enthusiasm for Obama among America’s most diehard Leftists.

Even Obama thought he would lose. Unlike Romney, Obama had prepared a concession speech. Feeling sorry for himself, the POS actually cried in his last campaign rally:

Don’t all the above mean SOMETHING? How could we, despite all the above striking signs of enthusiasm on our side and a lack of enthusiasm on theirs, have ended up with an electoral loss on Tuesday which is even worse than the one in 2008? Something just doesn’t add up!!!!

Shellshocked, Gov. Romney still is gracious. This is his message on his campaign website:

“I still believe in the people of America. And so Ann and I join with you to earnestly pray for this great nation.

Thank you, and God bless America.”

If we are hurting, imagine how he must be feeling.

To make it even worse, now the vultures in the GOP are croaking their typical “Blame the Candidate” noises.

Please send Governor Mitt Romney a “Thank You” message. Tell him he must fight — for the 58,488,199 Americans who had voted for him. Send him the link to this post: https://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2012/11/10/mitt-romney-shellshocked-by-election-loss/

Romney’s website no longer has a “Contact Us” provision. You will need to go on his Facebook page to leave a message. Click Here.

~Eowyn

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Why We Lost the 2012 Election

We produce proof of U.S. citizenship when we apply for a U.S. passport. But when we register to vote, no proof of U.S. citizenship is required.

We are asked for our driver’s license to prove our identity (I.D.) when we use a credit card at stores. But when we vote, no I.D. is required.

Why is that?

And if state governments actually try to implement a Voter I.D. law, Democrats cry “RAAACISM!”

Why is that?

The answer is simple:

Because not requiring proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote and not requiring an I.D. to vote benefit Democrats.

Why is that?

The answer, once again, is simple and obvious:

Because there are Democrat voters who are not U.S. citizens, which of course is unlawful, fraudulent, and criminal.

What does that make the Democrat Party?

Answer: A criminal political party that actively aids and abets fraud.

Do we have evidence of non citizens voting?

You betcha.

Here’s a video of illegal aliens — non U.S. citizens — who are registered to vote in Florida. In so doing, each of them not only committed a felony, they stole a vote from an American citizen.

H/t Sage_brush

There are also confirmed reports of sizable numbers of non citizens voting in Georgia and Colorado.

The above video was posted on YouTube on April 4, 2012, with a request to viewers to notify federal and state lawmakers and candidates for public office.

NOTHING was done.

And so Americans went to vote on November 6, 2012, having been told that we must exercise our sacred right as U.S. citizens secured for us by the sacrifice of countless soldiers who had died defending that right. Blah, blah, blah.

All bullshit.

While Americans dutifully trotted to our respective voting places across the fruited plains, countless nonAmericans — whose numbers we will never know — also trotted (or were bussed) to voting places across the corrupted plains to commit acts of felony.

How do we know that?

  1. Because on November 6, 2012, Obama did not win a single state that requires photo IDs to vote. In other words, Mitt Romney won every state that requires voter I.D. (Read more about this in Terry’s post, “One More Glass of Whine.“)

  2. Because on November 6, 2012, Obama won 75% of Latino voters nationwide. (“President Barack Obama won reelection on Tuesday thanks in part to near-record levels of support from Latino voters, who came out in huge numbers to support him over GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.” –HuffPo)

Even more striking is this: those states that Romney won not only require voter I.D., they also do not traditionally vote Republican. Which means Romney was able to overcome those states’ Democrat-leaning disposition by convincing them of the failure of Obama’s presidency.

Our present electoral system is virtually defenseless to fraud, but the ruling Democrat Party refuses to do anything about it. Nor has the Republican Party done anything about it. In fact, without the collusion of the GOP, we wouldn’t have non U.S. citizens voting. Without the collusion of the Republican Party through the years, we wouldn’t have millions and millions of illegal aliens crossing the border into America and allowed to stay in America to have children who now demand that they be given U.S. citizenship via the Dream Act. Becoming U.S. citizens, those children in turn can sponsor their parents to be U.S. citizens. All of which means the Dream Act is really just Orwellian newspeak for Amnesty for Illegals.

All of which means our present political system is utterly corrupt.

So now we know why we lost the 2012 election.

Mitt Romney and the 58,163,978 Americans who’d voted for him didn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell.

  • We lost because of the Democrats’ massive cheating.
  • We lost because 3 million Americans who had voted for John McCain in 2008 chose to stay home on November 6. Among them are the peevish sulking Ron Paul cultists who, by refusing to “hold their noses” to vote for what they call “the lesser of two evils,” helped elect not just the GREATER of two evils but the Devil himself.

Now the Demonrats have the White House for at least four more years and an even bigger majority in the U.S. Senate who will ensure the smooth passage of at least two leftwingers to the Supreme Court.

In the meantime, the usual betrayers in the GOP — including Sean Hannity, you piece of shit — are already clamoring for the Republican Party to “change” to make itself “more appealing” to Hispanic, women, and young voters.

Yes indeed! Let’s “accommodate” Hispanics with amnesty for illegals! Let’s “accommodate” women with free birth control! Let’s just get rid of the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act and the Born Alive Infants Protection Act altogether! Let’s just “forgive” have taxpayers (the 50.5% of Americans suckers who still pay federal income taxes) pick up the $117 billion student loans — a bubble just poised to burst, which promises to be even bigger and more disastrous than the 2008 housing bubble.

Even more diabolical are those in the GOP who are now using the fact that despite good Catholics (those who attend Church weekly) and evangelical Christians turning out in greater numbers for Romney than in 2008, Romney still “lost,” as a cudgel AGAINST Christians! They argue that Romney’s “loss” means Republicans must now de-emphasize moral issues of abortion and gay marriage — the very issues that concern evangelicals and faithful Catholics — so as to “appeal” to those women and youths who had voted for Obama.

In other words, let’s just remake the GOP into Demonrats!

Such talk is the height of irresponsibility and deception because its proponents ignore all the REAL reasons why Romney lost. These Republicans should be at once shunned and countered with this simple question:

You are proposing radical changes based on your claim to know why Romney lost. But how do you know that?

How do you know that Romney lost because of who he is and what he did or did not do, instead of because of Democrat voter fraud, Ron Paulists’ abstention, and suppression of the military vote? Why are you blaming faithful Christians for Romney’s loss when Romney’s campaign focused on the economy and wasn’t even about social issues (abortion, gay marriage, etc.)?

If the solution is to remake the GOP to become more like Demonrats, why do we even bother to have a two-party system?

UPDATE (Nov. 15, 2012):

See also “Why the GOP Won’t Challenge Voter Fraud.”

~Eowyn

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Who on “our side” stayed home yesterday?

Despite both media and personal FOTM eye-witness reports of very long lines in many polling places yesterday, we are told that voter turnout in the 2012 presidential election was 13 million fewer than in 2008.

Mitt Romney won 3 million votes less than John McCain in 2008, while Obama lost 10 million votes of his own from 2008.

Kevin DuJan of HillBuzz asks “So where did those 3 million McCain voters go?”

They surely didn’t vote for Obama yesterday.

DuJan writes, “The only thing I can think of is this.” Either Ron Paul supporters sat the election out because of what happened in the Republican National Convention between Romney’s people and Paul’s delegates, and/or Evangelicals went through with their threat to sit home because Romney is a Mormon.

Certainly Ron Paul never gave Mitt Romney his endorsement. In fact, on election day yesterday, Paul’s website actively sought to discourage Paulists from voting by publishing his essay, “Ron Paul: No Difference Between Obama and Romney“.

As for the Evangelicals, did many stay home in spite of Christian evangelist Bill Graham’s full-page ad in the New York Times endorsing Romney?

DuJan is incredulous: “And these two groups thought allowing Obama to have a second term was worth sitting home. Is that what happened? I never thought that was a realistic possibility because I can’t imagine ever allowing the Left to not just maintain power but actually expand their reach…but that’s what happened last night.”

What I do know is that I haven’t seen “dan,” a Ron Paul supporter and longtime regular FOTM commenter, come on FOTM for many weeks now. His last comment was on October 9, 2012, nearly a month ago. And as late as yesterday morning, a commenter who calls himself Joe had voiced his misgivings about voting for Romney because of the latter’s Mormon “polytheism.”

UPDATE (Nov. 8, 2012):

What some commenters to this post wrote, as well as an essay by self-described Ron Paul follower, financial consultant Ron Holland of The Daily Bell, make clear that indeed Paul cultists should be partly held responsible for “our side” losing this election. Here’s what Holland wrote:

“…the GOP leadership antagonized the 10 percent of the Republican Party electorate who supported Ron Paul for President. Of course, the establishment is still deathly scared of the Ron Paul movement and their harsh treatment and the subsequent blowback on November 6 guarantees any discussion here will be verboten and seldom mentioned for obvious reasons. While some voted for Romney, a few – as the returns show – voted third-party and many like me just sat home on election day disgusted at the entire political charade. Romney lost because he needed a majority of this 10 percent to win yet those controlling his campaign simply threw this voting block away because it threatened powerful central banking, neocon and moneyed interests supporting the GOP.”

As if all that was at stake in this election is central banking. You Ron Paul cultists make me sick. By staying home on election day, you helped reelect the devil — the most pro-abortion president in the history of U.S.A.

Update (Nov. 9, 2012):

Evangelical Christians did not stay home on Nov. 6. They turned out for Mitt Romney in even larger numbers than they did in 2008 for John McCain. See my post, “Evangelicals and faithful Catholics came through for Romney.

~Eowyn

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Romney is the official GOP nominee

At the Republican National Convention today in Tampa Bay, FL, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was officially named the GOP’s presidential nominee. In a roll call of states, New Jersey put Romney over the top. Romney is scheduled to accept his party’s nomination in a speech Thursday night.

All of Romney’s former GOP competitors have endorsed him, with the exception of Texas Rep. Ron Paul, who did not have enough support to have his name placed in nomination, but he got votes in roll call.

Meanwhile, the Republican National Convention has been embroiled in a proposed change to the convention’s Rule 15. Here’s the goods on this controversy:

Proposed change to Rule 15: Give the GOP’s presidential candidates the authority to remove state-elected convention delegates, and replace them with their own supporters.

Why the proposed change?: To eliminate the prospect of delegates who “go rogue” and vote for a candidate other than the one they had pledged to support. National Republican Committeeman James Bopp of Indiana explained that it is a violation of state-level regulations for a bound delegate to vote for another candidate, and that “There were Ron Paul supporters being elected as Mitt Romney delegates saying they would not vote for Mitt Romney.”

Opponents to change: Fear that the change would put too much power in the hands of party leaders, stifle dissent, and could make it more difficult for the grass roots to influence the party’s future direction.

Proposed compromise: Yesterday, Bopp successfully lobbied his fellow committee members for a revision:

  • The states’ right to select their own delegates is preserved.
  • The states will structure their primaries as they wish in terms of delegate apportionment.
  • But bound delegates would face stiff penalties if they rebelled. They will be deemed to have resigned, they will lose their credentials. They will go off the floor, and they will not be able to participate in the convention as a delegate. In addition, their delegate vote would then be awarded to the candidate to whom it was originally pledged.
  • Individual candidates would have no power to remove delegates.

But it remains to be seen whether Ron Paul’s followers will agree to the compromise. About 320 delegates are pledged to support Paul, out of a GOP total of nearly 2,300 delegates in attendance.

~Eowyn
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Washington State Candidate Clint Didier – Tackling Agenda 21

Finally, someone great to vote for! 

Two-time NFL Superbowl winner and wheat rancher, Clint Didier, is running for the position of Commissioner of Public Lands in Washinngton State. 

With the support and advice of active and retired employees of the Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) , his campaign is our best chance to beat the incumbent; a politically correct, U.N. ass-kisser who is closing down the forests, putting loggers and mills out of business.  Our state constitution specifies that public schools are to be built from state timber sales.   
  
He was endorsed by Sarah Palin and Ron Paul when he ran for the US Senate in 2010.  His loss then may have been a blessing.  If he wins this absolutely vital position in State Government, it would really strike a blow for freedom from the shackles of Agenda 21.

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Harry Reid Double-crosses Himself

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