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Are We All Stupid

A  Baptist Pastor has decided that Mormonism is a cult.  This arrogance presumes that Christianity is the only acceptable religion, and doesn'tt this kind of thinking make it easy for atheists to convince people that NO GOD is better than ANY GOD? 


Rick Perry is a good ol' boy from Texas where he is known as a   good executive leader. He does not fit the national or the international stage competitively. He might be a better President than Mr. Obama but that's not good enough. Mr. Perry's campaign is dead in the water.


The TEA Party is universally scorned by the liberal elite even though they know that the TEA Party represents the majority of Americans. The (extreme) far-left crowd still insists that it knows what is best for America. How they keep a straight face is amazing, but they do. The ROLE of the Federal Government  is  described very well in our founding documents - which also describes LIMITS to it's power.  

There is no statement in the entire history of extreme far-left liberal American politics that defines the corruption of the Federal Government legislative process better than the words of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: 

"WE HAVE TO PASS THE OBAMACARE BILL IMMEDIATELY SO THAT WE CAN READ IT LATER"

DuringI the administration of President Nixon America went off the gold standard. Is it coincidental that around the same time the power of lobbyists grew rapidly? Wasn't that when the government discovered that the SOCIAL SECURITY plan was underfunded? And isn't that when America reached the apogee of it's political maturation? 

Interesting. From Nixon's time forward America has been losing stature at home and abroad.

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