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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

A Presidential Analysis

I was shocked to find out all those polls Ron Paul has been winning maybe be more authentic than those the major corporate media has been feeding us.
Here’s my take on the candidates:

Michele Bachmann
Pros:  Lots of potential, knows the constitution and the law but not battle hardened enough. Dedicated to root out Obama "Care".
Cons:  Still wet behind the ears and not seasoned enough.  Be a good VP.
Herman Cain
Pros: Proves republicans are not racists, shows he can actually think unlike most his other opponents, has original ideas, very smart, and thinks on his feet. Would probably bring more blacks into the party than Obama did the democrats and would be a great but needs to study the constitution more.
Cons:  Worked for the Federal Reserve, probably wouldn’t audit the Fed, 9,9, 9 is too populist. His 9,9,9 plan over reaches the Federal Governments power by giving it a new tax stream.

Newt Gingrich
Pros:   He owns the field, doesn’t stand for the media B.S. Is brilliant in many many ways.
Cons:  Was or is a member of the CFR and has disturbing character flaws. Due to this he might be a the most brilliant VP ever on a ticket.

Jon Huntsman
Pros:  None. Are you kidding me?
Con: RINO—(Republican In Name Only).  Where does he get the money to keep in the race?
Ron Paul
Pros:  Knows the constitution, lives the constitution, votes the constitution, quite substantive, and more fully understands economics than anyone including the sitting president and his staff and all the other candidates combined. He is quite extensively endorsed  from Glenn Beck  and Rush Limbaugh to Barry Manilow.  He has cleaned the field in just about every single straw poll.  Since he is the only one shutting down the military, I suspect he would get a lot of democrat votes. Rooting out Obama "Care" is a given.
Cons:  Too soft spoken, doesn’t get angry enough, is an outsider, disparaged as a libertarian. Corporatists, big government insiders, and RiNOs will do everything to keep him out.  Empire builders would lose their “control” of the world and we would go a gold standard. There might not be enough Tea Party Activities in congress or the senate to pass his brilliant plans.  
Rick Perry
Pros: Did a good job in Texas. Young females think he is the cutest one running. Valley girls would unanimously vote for him.
Cons:  He is not even a RINO (Republican In Name Only) but a democrat  progressive globalist in RINO republican clothing.

Mitt Romney
Pros:  Did a good job teaching Obama how to create Obama Care. Appears presidential but puts his finger to the wind to figure how to vote and come up with ideas.
Cons:  Classic RINO (Republican In Name Only) but secretly a progressive globalist.  Is a John McCain without the war wounds.  Has no standing in rooting out Obama Care and is actually Obama Care Light. Would lose to Obama just because of his Mass. Health Care he created.  He could care less about constitutional issues.  He is the darling of the globalists, democrats and new world order Bush types.

Rick Santorum
Pros: Takes the place of  Dan Quayle and even looks like him, could be his little brother.
Cons:  Still wet behind the ears and not seasoned enough. Could be a vice presidential candidate.

Do your own research and follow these links:
Republican Contenders and you won’t believe who you find.
Rush Limbaugh endorses Ron Paul .
Glenn Beck endorses Ron Paul.
Barry Manilow endorses Ron Paul.

Chuck Norris endorses Ron Paul.

Mark Levin and Ronald Reagan endorse Ron Paul

Michele Bachmann Endorses Ron Paul 2012

Groups that endorse Ron Paul
Here’s the S c A r y part:
If Ron Paul wins, it might be like resurrecting Ronald Reagan from the dead,  we might actually get our Republic back, the world may again respect the US, the decline of our dollar would STOP since it would be backed by GOLD and Rand Paul could actually be Vice President!
Here’s the mind boggling part, democrats, the media, globalists, progressives think Ron Paul is an unelectable buffoon, old fuddy duddy, out of touch Don Quixote tilting wind mills just as they did Ronald Reagan.
The bottom line is when the silent majority wakes up to what Ron Paul has to offer, they will vote for him. 
It is history repeating itself with Carter in the White House and Reagan knocking at the door.  But, this time, Obama in the White House and Ron Paul kicking in the door with his son Rand Paul ready in the wings and the Tea Party Patriots at their back.  
Analysis by
RedFeather of the Bloody Quill Tribe.

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