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Sunday, January 1, 2012

A Better Year Ahead!


Looking forward to a great year! 2012 Will bring us an opportunity for new tenants in the White House and the Governor's Mansion; a more conservative US Senate and the beginning of better economic times.

Hard to believe that the Iowa Caucuses are the day after tomorrow! The pre-season games are over. We begin in earnest Tuesday!
May the best conservative candidates win!.....

And wishing all of our friends a very Happy New Year!

19 comments:

Wolf's Head said...

May everyone have a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!

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Happy New Year

Sarkazein said...

"Donald Trump supporters have met an official ballot deadline in Texas, paving the way for the business mogul to become a third-party candidate there, a source close to Trump tells The Blaze. Trump himself acknowledged the filing in a statement."- News

Hello second term Obama with 34% of the vote. Happy New #$#@ Year!

Wolf's Head said...

You think he'll get that high a percentage?

Sarkazein said...

Yes, he can get that high a percentage. People voted for him in 2008 not knowing his record and many still support him now while not caring about his awful record.
But, if you add a few more Parties into the mix, we could be like Italy and he could win with 22% of the vote.

TRUMP... PEROT... billionaires with the same number of letters in their names, ready to repeat history.

Wolf's Head said...

I suppose in a 3 or 4 way race the Parasite Class would be enough to ensure his re-election.

Sarkazein said...

Especially if the competing Parties were mostly Conservative/Independent.

guy faulkes said...

It depends on if the 4 way race had another liberal opposing Obama (besides Romney).

That would be very interesting.

Sarkazein said...

I don't hear of any new Leftist Parties out there other than the old stand-bys (Communist, Socialist, Labor, Green). Recent history says it will be Conservative/Independent "Third" Parties. PEROT

guy faulkes said...

Well, all they have to so is elect a conservative candidate in the primaries instead of a liberal wanna be and there is much less chance of a third party run.

Sarkazein said...

If it is true about TRUMP, game on, before the primaries are over.
TRUMP would have to have a Secret Service detail just to protect his hair from sudden wind gusts.

Wolf's Head said...

I agree with Guy.

Romney is un-electable, the Conservatives will never support another betrayal by the Republican Establishment.

Sarkazein said...

Hopefully Santorum will pull ahead now and people will start paying attention to him.

Wolf's Head- Will you be making that statement about Romney after all his primary wins (he is unelectable)? Is it all liberal Republicans voting for Romney in the primaries? If the Romney voters were asked- "Are you a liberal?" do you think there answer would be YES?

Sarkazein said...

I would also like to know exactly how the RNC or the Olde Guard Republicans or the Republican establishment can throw a primary to their guy. Is it not the people making up the vote tally? I felt that John McCain was put in as part of the Republican establishment. But how? Was it not the vote tally?

NewGuy said...

McCain got the nomination because the more conservative candidates stayed in too long and kept splitting the conservative votes among themselves.

If conservatives had got behind one of the more conservative candidates earlier, McCain would not (imo) gotten thru!

guy faulkes said...

I agree with New Guy's assessment of Cain's campaign. After that, then people supported him as the lessor of two evils and we all know how that worked. he would have done even worse if not for the people that voted for Palin in the event McCain's health failed.

guy faulkes said...

Should have read McCain.

Sarkazein said...

So it was the more Conservative candidates that caused it.

guy faulkes said...

It was not the candidates as much as it was the conservative voters that could not bring themselves to vote for McCain after he won the nomination. The number of conservative candidates certainly helped McCain win the election as each of them had their followers. if all these people had voted for one conservative instead of splitting their votes, neither McCain or Obama would have been victorious, in my opinion.

However, I cannot fault anyone for voting as they think they should, even those that would sell out their convictions and vote for the lessor of two evils (as I used to do before I wised up). If that is what they think is best, then they certainly have the right to support that action just as I have the right to oppose it.