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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!


NewtMittegdon! (says Daily Kos)

Published January 24, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

This debate is disgusting. Right now it is just Mittens and Nasty Newt just yelling at each other:

“you were a lobbyist” “no I wasn’t; you’re a liar”. “Republicans won seats under me and lost them under you.” “You supported more Medicare and Cap and Trade”. “You are phony”. “You are fat”. Ok, they didn’t really say the last one.

Mittens will have to find some black guy to yell at.

Dodd-Frank sucks. Financial institutions are over-regulated.

Good…Mittens says that banks and financial institutions are POORLY regulated and that Newt has lowered Mittens’ taxes to zero.


Ok, they are sucking up to the Cubans.

Paul: the Cold War is over; we propped up Castro with all of the sanctions…and we talked to the Soviets and Chinese. Why shouldn’t we trade with Cuba? We are living in the dark ages…it is NOT 1962.

Santorum: The JIHADISTS are coming to South America!!!!!!!!!!

Ron Paul: what about “The US is special and the rules that apply to everyone else don’t apply to us” do you not understand?

Ooooh….they have a babe on the journalist team.

Rick Santorum: nuke Iran. Obama sucks, Iran is a huge threat to the WHOLE WIDE WORLD and WE SHOULDN’T ALLOW IT. WE SHOULDN’T ALLOW IRAN. IRAN is coming for us to attack US!!!!

DRILL MORE off of the coast of Florida!!!

Languages: English only but campaign fliers in other languages are ok.

But Mr. Paul says that states can print ballots in other languages.

Newt: wouldn’t veto the DREAM act out of hand if they serve in the military. Mittens says “me too”.

Mittens: Obama sucks. He has no plans for NASA but he spends too much and plays too much golf.

Now it is getting boring; ZZZZZZZZ.

Is Mitt Romney our Hillary Clinton?

Published January 22, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Yes, Willard “Mittens” Romney was our establishment “inevitable” nominee, just like Hillary Clinton was for the Demon-crats in 2008.

Memory lane: Barack HUSSEIN Obama won the Iowa caucuses and Queen Hillary cried her way to a win in New Hampshire.

So then, she lead in the polls:

Then Brack HUSSEIN Obama got a bunch of blacks to vote for him in South Carolina (as Bill Clinton noted):

What happened next (after two primaries that didn’t count due to their being stripped of delegates) was Super Tuesday; that ended in a rough tie. But the Clinton campaign didn’t prepare for the contests after that and Barack HUSSEIN Obama’s campaign did; that ended in 10 victories in a row and that stretch gave him the margin of victory; the elections were mostly a tie after that.

So, is this happening to our Mittens?

Probably not. Newt is nasty and he does a good job of talking down to black people; he doesn’t go for that-there PC stuff. He knows that the real victims in US society are wealthy white men.

Nevertheless, he lacks the charm and political skill (and campaign cash) that Barack Hussein Obama has/had; Mittens and his super pacs have enough money to buy win this election.

I think.

Score One for the Serial Adulterer!

Published January 22, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

From CNN:

Columbia, South Carolina (CNN) — Newt Gingrich won Saturday’s South Carolina GOP presidential primary, marking a stunning turnaround for a candidate who finished fourth in Iowa and New Hampshire and whose campaign had been left for dead — again — by observers just weeks ago.

With about 95% of polling places reporting, Gingrich had 40% of the vote, with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney getting 27% and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum getting 17%. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas had 13%. Based on early returns and exit polls, CNN projected Gingrich the winner.

So for the overall race for the Presidential nomination for God’s Own Party we have:
The Papist Hall Monitor: 1 (Iowa)
The Cultist: 1 (New Hampshire)
The Serial Adulterer: 1 (South of Carolina)

Who, oh who, will be the Anointed One?

What is troubling: why do southern states have such a large say? Really; we are talking about nominating someone who can not only beat Barack HUSSEIN Obama but also keep the prices of our stock portfolios high.

Why can’t the RNC make up some reason to strip the delegates away from the southern states and we just nominate who we want to? It will be no problem getting the South to vote with us in the general; we can plant some black guy in a Fox News press team and arrange for our chosen elected candidate to tell him off on national television. That will wrap up the southern states right there!

Yes, Mitt is NOT a Christian….

Published January 21, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

And much of what of what this pastor says is correct:

Bill Keller, the world’s leading Internet Evangelist and the founder of, with over 2.4 million subscribers worldwide reading the daily devotional he has written every morning for 12 years on the issues of the day from a Biblical worldview, says it is necessary today with the vast majority of the last two generations having never been to church, and with most of those who do being Biblically illiterate, to educate people on what Mitt Romney and Mormons really believe about African-Americans, God, Jesus, the Bible, and Biblical Christians.

Keller said, “It is not religious bigotry to tell people the truth about what Romney and Mormons really believe, since he and those in his ‘church’ lie when addressing these issues. […]

Keller stated, “Romney and members of his ‘church’ believe and teach that African-Americans are cursed and it has only been in the last few decades that they allowed African-Americans to join their ‘church.’ Just like polygamy, they have had to set aside their true beliefs on race to become mainstream, but that doesn’t mean they no longer believe what their ‘church’ teaches on these issues.”

Keller continues, “Romney and Mormons lie when they claim to be a Christian, since the teachings of Mormonism are inconsistent with Biblical Christianity. When Romney talks about God, it is NOT the God of the Bible, since the Mormon god was once a man who died and ascended to god status. The Jesus Romney speaks of is NOT the Jesus of the Bible, since the Mormon jesus was created in a sexual union between their man/god and Mary meaning he is not a deity, that he visited the United States during his brief life, and is the brother of Lucifer.”

Keller went on, “Romney and Mormons will quote from the Bible to further their deception of being a Christian, but don’t believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant Word of God as Christians. Instead, they view the Bible as a flawed and incomplete book, using the writings of Mormon founder Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price, the Doctrines and Covenants, as their theological authority. Romney and Mormons also view Biblical Christians as inferior to those in their ‘church.’ Romney also believes in Smith’s ‘White Horse Prophecy’ that states the nation will be in chaos, a Mormon will become President, and under the guise of saving the union set aside the US Constitution and enact a Mormon theocracy. These fantastical beliefs are why Romney and Mormons are no more a Christian than a Muslim is!”

Keller concluded, “Mitt Romney is a ‘temple Mormon,’ meaning he has gone through the secretive temple rituals, including taking a blood oath to his ‘church’ above everything else, and wears the temple garments (magical underwear) with satanic markings that he believes protects him.[…]

True enough, but since when it is a sin against Republican Christians to give, uh, “tough love” to African Americans? Really, isn’t any different than what Newt Gingrich does?

So yes, Mr. Willard “Mitt” Romney is a hell-bound cultist. But he is rich and he would be great for the stock portfolios of the true chosen people (Rich Conservative Republicans).

So perhaps The Almighty is working though this cultist…and if that is the case, who are we to say “no”?

Blessed Be Kentucky and South Carolina

Published January 21, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Kentucky: now this one state that knows its priorities:

I’m going to be a contrarian here. I think the Kentucky legislature has made a perfectly sensible budget decision.

Here’s the deal: in the current budget, a couple of interesting decisions have been made.

Funding for K-12 education: -$50 million

Tax breaks for the Ark Park: +$43 million

Highway improvements for the Ark Park: +$11 million

See? Almost perfectly balanced: all the money handed over to creationists is taken away from education.

That’s right! Sure, you and I might want to send our off spring to Harvard Business School, but the local riff-raff has no need for “that there book-learning”. The Bible is all they need and the “Ark Park” will set them in the right direction!

Education for those who can afford it; that’s what I say.

Last Night’s Debate

I agree; our man, Willard “Mittens” Romney was terrible:

• I was astonished to wake up this morning and read, in this morning’s Wall Street Journal, this assessment of Romney’s performance: “Mitt Romney turned in one of his strongest debate performances, defending his business record and laying into President Barack Obama as aggressively as he has in any previous debate.”

I don’t know Journal writers Patrick O’Connor or Neil King, so I can’t say for sure if they were there last night, but if they were, were they watching the same event as the rest of us? I thought Romney was a disaster and last night very nearly achieved the impossible: sharing a stage with Newt Gingrich and looking like the bigger asshole.

To me, the exchange where he fell overboard mid-answer and had to ask moderator John King what the question was (“But you asked me an entirely different question?”) came close to being an Ed Muskie moment.

The most interesting part of seeing these guys up close is seeing the way people like Rick Santorum and Gingrich respond to Romney in person: They appear to find him physically repulsive, their noses even scrunching up at him when they address him, like cops opening up a trunk with a body in it. And I think it’s real, I don’t think it’s an act. Romney is so totally insincere and calculating and soulless, it physically offends other politicians. It’s incredible to watch.

Of course, it was Newt “the serial adulterer” Gingrich that dropped the biggest bombs and spewed the most (righteous) venom.

And don’t worry, for all of his populist rhetoric (aka “yak-yak”), he is really one of us:

The first implication here is that elites are liberals, not men like Gingrich — whose net worth The Los Angeles Times has estimated to be $6.7 million, who was a history professor, who was paid $1.6 million dollars by Freddie Mac for “advice,” and who had a half million dollar line of credit at Tiffany’s.

If Gingrich isn’t among America’s elite, the word no longer has meaning.

Even the socialistic New York Times knows this! Who cares what our riff-raff the social conservatives think.

I’ll have to reconsider the triple chinned serial adulterer….

Published January 17, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

He sure knows how to put “them” in their place, doesn’t he?

I’ll have to give Newt another look.

Really, even the Socialist New York Times sings his praises. First they praise his success

Gingrich — whose net worth The Los Angeles Times has estimated to be $6.7 million, who was a history professor, who was paid $1.6 million dollars by Freddie Mac for “advice,” and who had a half million dollar line of credit at Tiffany’s.

Next they show how Dr. Gingrich really sticks it to “them”:

Gingrich said it outright earlier in the evening when responding to a question about how long former workers should be allowed to collect unemployment benefits:

It tells you everything you need to know about the difference between Barack Obama and the five of us: that we actually think work is good (applause). We actually think saying to somebody “I’ll help you if you’re willing to help yourself” is good (applause). And we think unconditionally efforts by the best food stamp president in American history to maximize dependency is terrible for the future of this country (applause).


But Williams wasn’t finished. He came back at Gingrich:

Williams: Speaker Gingrich, the suggestion you made was about a lack of work ethic, and I’ve got to tell you that my e-mail account and twitter account has been inundated with people of all races who are asking if your comments are not intended to belittle the poor and racial minorities. We saw some of this reaction during your visit to a black church in South Carolina.

(Boos from the crowd drown Williams out as Gingrich smirks. When the boos subside, Williams continues.)

You saw some of this during your visit to a black church in South Carolina where a woman asked you why you refer to President Obama as “the food stamp president.” It sounds as if you’re seeking to belittle people.

(More boos from the crowd.)

Gingrich: Well, first of all, Juan —

(Crowd giggles. Talk about belittling people. “Juan.”)

Wow. Maybe RFC has a new candidate?

Then again….Mr. Willard “Mitt” Romney still stands out:

Mitt Romney explains why he pays just 15 percent in taxes:

“It’s probably closer to the 15 percent rate than anything,” Mr. Romney said. “Because my last 10 years, I’ve — my income comes overwhelmingly from some investments made in the past, whether ordinary income or earned annually. I got a little bit of income from my book, but I gave that all away. And then I get speaker’s fees from time to time, but not very much.”

So how much in speaker’s fees does Mitt Romney consider to be not very much? To most people it would be a lot: $362,000 (h/t: Sam Stein).

So you can forget about $10,000 bets … Mitt Romney could make 36.2 of those and to him it would still be “not very much.” But while he may think $362,000 is “not very much” money

So how much more Republican can one get that this???