The jury is still out on this issue. Why have American voters been given the choice of questionable candidates in the last two elections? The “shadow government” is attempting to set a precedent for non-natural-born candidates to become president.
McCain and Obama were and are ineligible to be president, although Marco Rubio and Bobby Jindal are, too. Rush Limbaugh mentioned them in the same breath as prospective presidential candidates.
Thanks for posting the story on the Girl Scouts, which has become just as corrupted as our education system by libtards. I don’t have a daughter, but I heard about this organization called American Heritage Girls. They look incredible. If I had a daughter, I’d see if she wanted to be in that organization. I wouldn’t allow any child of mine to be involved with the Girl Scouts, knowing what I know now.
I would love to see you guys do a story about the American Heritage Girls, as I think many parents would benefit from such an organization for their ... continue reading »
The president has just signed a bill that allows him to use the military on American soil to arrest and detain people, including American citizens, who are deemed a threat to national security and hold them indefinitely without due process. He has made ” recess appointments” when the Congress wasn’t recessed. He has defended an attorney general who has lied under oath to Congress. He has jammed his Obamacare bill down the throats of the American people without even knowing what was in it, by his own admission.
Ron Paul is resonating with voters – mostly young voters under 30 – because he supports marijuana legalization and an end to U.S. involvement in wars. If Paul came out tomorrow and said he was revising his stance on those two issues, his numbers would drop to just a few percentage points higher than Gary Johnson. The same “Hope and Change” nonsense that helped garner the youth vote in 2008 – a slogan that said we can spend as much as we want and not pay for it – is alive and well in 2012, except this time it’s Ron Paul with his utopian message that under his administration wars will never have to be fought and ki ... continue reading »
I hope you will be fair with Dr. Ron Paul. He is the one Republican candidate that can beat Obama.
I am tired of wars that make a few powerful international corporations rich while killing and disabling our youth and bankrupting our once-proud country. I am tired of the international bankers and their derivative scams printing our money and passing out the largest bonuses in history. Only Dr. Paul addresses these issues in an honest and open way. All of the other candidates are afraid to talk about the elephant in the room. The media are also afraid, but I am surprised that Mr. Savage has joined the ranks of the blind and fearful. W ... continue reading »