All posts for the month January, 2012

The Atheistic New York Times doesn’t get it about Mormons

Published January 31, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Groan. The New York Times (an evil socialist rag) has a topic of debate: What Is It About Mormons. The question: why do Mormons make so many uncomfortable?

The rabid feminists scream about “patriarchy” and others talk about the Mormons being exclusionary and still others talk about Mormons not being big on “separation of church and state”.

Look you silly bra-burning militant feminist evolution believing atheists: THOSE ARE THE GOOD THINGS about Mormonism.

What is bad about Mormons? Simple. THEY ARE NOT CHRISTIANS!!!! They believe in many gods, they have weird books that spout nonsense and they claim that their “other testimony” of Jesus was somehow given on gold plates and translated by some rube with magic rocks. Please.

Now, of course, we may well endorse Willard “Mittens” Romney for President even though he is a magic underwear wearing hell-bound cultist. Why? He got rich and he loves rich people!!! Why is that so hard to understand? Sometimes The Almighty uses heathens for His Divine Purposes.


The Real Willard “Mittens” Romney: Likeable? Likeable enough…

Published January 31, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Remember this line from the Demon-crat 2008 race:

Well, that applies to our favorite son, Willard “Mitt the Mormon” Romney. Evidently a Mr. Frank Rich (evil LIE-beral) doesn’t seem to “get it”:

Back in the thick of the 2008 Republican presidential race, I asked a captain of American finance what he had made of Mitt Romney when they were young colleagues at Bain & Company. “Mitt was a nice guy, a smart businessman, and an excellent team player,” he ­responded without missing a beat. Then came the CEO’s one footnote, delivered with bemusement, not pique: “Still, whenever the rest of us would go out at the end of the day, we’d always find ourselves having the same conversation: None of us had any idea who this guy was.”

Here we are in 2012, and nothing has changed. What Romney’s former colleague observed of the young Mitt at close range decades ago could stand as the judgment of most Americans watching him at a cable-news remove now. That’s why his campaign has so often been on the ropes. That’s why, in a highly polarized nation, the belief that Romney is a phony may be among the very last convictions still bringing left, right, and center together. As a focus-group participant evocatively told pollster Peter Hart in November, Romney reminded him of the “dad who’s never home.” Nonetheless, this phantom has spent most of the campaign as the “presumed” front-runner for his party’s nomination. Amazingly, this conventional wisdom held up throughout 2011, even though 75 percent of Romney’s own party was searching so frantically for an alternative that Donald Trump enjoyed a nanosecond bump in the polls.

The article goes on, blah, blah blah. Who is Willard “Mittens” Romney? Simple: he is a rich guy who will cut the taxes of the deserving (wealthy Republicans). That’s who. The following tells you what you need to know:

When forced to interact with actual people, he tries hard, but his small talk famously takes the form of guessing a voter’s age or nationality (usually incorrectly) or offering a greeting of “Congratulations!” for no particular reason. […]

many who “have known or worked with Romney” and view him as “a man who sometimes seems to be looking not into your eyes but past them.” Former business and political colleagues are in agreement that he has scant interest in mingling with people in even casual social interactions (in a hallway, for instance) and displays “little desire to know who people are.” He so “rarely went out with the guys in any social venue” that one business associate dubbed him the Tin Man for “his inability to bond.” During his one term as governor of Massachusetts, Romney was inaccessible to legislators, with ropes and elevator settings often restricting access to his suite of offices. He was notorious, one lawmaker explained, for having “no idea what our names were—none.”

To this I say: GOOD!!!! No REAL Republican cares about those making less than 250K a year; why should we? We run America, we give America its value and therefore WE are the important ones.

Sure the riff-raff are humans and we need a certain percentage of their votes….but getting too personal with them is dangerous.

Note: some might point out that I am making (far) less than 250K at the moment, but that is only because President Barack HUSSEIN Obama is holding businesses back with regulations, taxes, etc.

I don’t have the data to back up that claim but I just KNOW it is true.

Sinful Saturday: Porn Stars with Twitter Accounts!

Published January 28, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

We all know that the Satanic ACLU just loves to protect the pornography industry. That is an outrage in and of itself.

But did you know that some porn stars have internet accounts and can be followed on things like twitter?

(Stay away from the twitter account of the Scarlet Woman Phoenix Marie, which is here! Don’t surf here!)

This cannot stand. We urge Promise Keeper groups around the nation to monitor the internet for such things!

Come on Mittens! Find some black guy to yell at!

Published January 25, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

This is disturbing:

A new national poll released Monday shows Newt Gingrich surging to a statistical tie with rival presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

The former House speaker now has the backing of 28% of registered Republicans to Romney’s 29% nationwide, according to the latest results from Gallup’s daily tracking poll.

Voters were surveyed Wednesday through Saturday, mostly before and partially after Gingrich’s South Carolina primary victory.

What is going on here? REAL Republicans are voting for Mittens:

Newt Gingrich scored a big upset win in South Carolina Saturday beating the so called front runner Mitt Romney by a huge 12 percentage points. Even more surprising than the margin of victory was the fact that Gingrich won almost every county in the state and every voter category.

Many were shocked to see that Newt won the women vote over Romney by about 10% and he also won the Evangelical vote. Basically, every category except voters that make over $200,000 a year and voters that have master degrees went to Newt.

What is the matter with the riff-raff? Since when do people who are so pathetic that they can’t even pull 200K per year matter in a REPUBLICAN primary?

Mittens is going to have to yell at some journalists and some black people; he sure doesn’t know how to fight in a debate, as even the socialist New York Times noted:

Mitt Romney just doesn’t know how to rumble. It comes across as more of a fumble. Sometimes a mumble. And ultimately a stumble.

The man is terrible when he’s on the attack. He looked utterly uncomfortable with confrontation, like someone running into a machete melee brandishing a paté knife.

Monday night, Romney needed to take Gingrich down a peg or two and remind the Republican voters of Florida and the rest of America that he is their best chance of being competitive with Barack Obama. He failed. He just doesn’t have it in him.

But that didn’t stop him from trying. Romney opened the debate doing his best. For one, he attacked Gingrich for his role as an “influence peddler” for Freddie Mac. The message could have worked, were it not for the messenger. Romney simply couldn’t deliver the lines in a way that felt natural.

Come on Mittens! It almost as if you are threatening Newt with withholding your country club vote for membership!