Chebama

February 12, 2008

That is, would-be next US President:

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Barack HUSSEIN Obama’s Fifth Column

February 11, 2008

Obama Staffers in Houston, Tx, on Fox New Last Night. (H/t: Alma Gonzales aka Almaly)

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Is Everything Already Over?

February 6, 2008

I am not endorsing any of the candidates, but of course I’m rooting for anyone able to defeat Dems. I’m no fan of McCain, but let me ask you a question: following the results of yesterday’s primaries, do you think he’s going to be the next US President?


From Gingrich’s Monday Newsletter

February 6, 2008

Newt Gingrich: Real Change in Earmarks

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Fiscal Steroids vs. Real Economic Growth

January 25, 2008

Newt Gingrich: Why the Politicians Will Not Be Able To Succeed Economically or Politically With a Phony Stimulus Package

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A Million Dollar Guess

January 4, 2008

Giuliani skipped Iowa to win America. Your thoughts?


The 9/10 Candidates

January 4, 2008

I haven’t still made my mind on who to endorse as next US president. I don’t think I’m going to do so in the next few months unless a credible candidate surfaces the political scene. Huckabee? Ron Paul? Romney the mormon? Giuliani?McCain?  The first three are nothing but incompetent, 9/10 candidates. Giuliani and McCain? Controversial, in my opinion. So, who’s left? If I had to choose as the lesser of ‘evils’, I would opt for Giuliani, and no, not because “he is of Italian origin”. I really can’t find many reasons for opting for him, either. So what? My favorick pick would have been Newt Gingrich, but he’s decided not to save a disastrous election campaign by running for the White House. Forgive me, but unless Giuliani is the GOP nomination, I don’t see any difference between electing a Democrat or a Huckabee or Romney. Sorry.