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 Post subject: Should We Be Angry?
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2012 10:23 am 
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In some cases righteous anger is right and holy.

When it comes to a party and leaders who want to take the God-given right of the people to be sovereign, we the people ought to be angry enough to say, "No" and change that.

We have the Constitutional right--if we but exercise it--to choose our leaders, to keep our earnings from overly aggressive government, to be able to worship God openly, to protect the life of every person, etc. And anger can be appropriate and the only response that is right when these rights are infringed.

But anger must not lead to sin or bitteress. It must lead to positive and firm action.

Please view this video and see if you don't agree that Newt expresses many common frustrations of the people and gives ideas to push back against an oppressive, and in many cases, evil government in place.

It's us to us to demand change and preserve freedom.

http://politicalarena.org/2012/03/23/be ... ion-video/

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 Post subject: Re: Should We Be Angry?
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Frankly, I've heard more than enough from Newt/about Newt, especially now that he's officially ended his campaign. Should I be angry? Perhaps not, but I am growing a bit weary. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Should We Be Angry?
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2012 6:16 pm 
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Thanks Justgrace for posting this excellent compilation of Newt speeches. In reply to Newt "ending" his campaign so we don't need to hear from him any more: The truth is Newt suspended his campaign, not ended it. He is still able to keep his delegates and participate in the National Convention in Tampa in August.

Should we be angry? Be angry, and do not sin. Psalm 4: 4
In this video Romney says, "I don't know why he [Newt] is angry." This is the unaware attitude Romney wants to portray to convince Americans there is really nothing to worry about and if we will just sit down, close our eyes and ears, he will take care of everything. Our families deserve more than rhetoric & talking points!

Do we want a nominee who "donated" to virtually all his endorsers before they endorsed him (Romney) or do we want one who doesn't just talk and throw money around, but does big bold ideas and solutions, proven to work to restore and rebuild the America we love (Newt)?

YES! we should be angry and stand against RNC establishment elitists like Romney who think they can bend, ignore and completely violate Rule of Law in our country to suit their own wants and agenda.

It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men."—Samuel Adams
"The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them with out doing anything."— Albert Einstein
"If your actions inspire others 2 dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader."—John Q. Adams
"Our lives begin 2 end the day we become silent about things that matter." Martin Luther King, Jr.

"This is a government centralization so that politicians define America, on a scale the is the opposite of the Founding Fathers... We are either in the next few years going to become a secular socialist country, dominated by very left-wing values, or we're gong to reach out and not only defeat the left, but insist on a principled conservatism that can solve the problems, can reduce the size of government, and can create greater prosperity, greater freedom and greater safety. And we need everyone citizen who cares about their country, their children, and their grandchildren, to be actively involved to help save America."—Newt Gingrich

“I’m in this race because I believe that values and innovation matter. Big ideas like personal Social Security accounts are an enormous opportunity to give young Americans ownership over their retirements and financial future. In order to defeat President Obama, Republicans must be willing to talk about big ideas and have the courage to take on the entrenched special interests in Washington who want more control over your life.”—Newt Gingrich

Now that is leadership and a leader worth voting for!

Romney and the RNC and media pundits want to tout that Romney is the nominee but the actual truth Romney only has less than 900 secured delegates. In order to be the nominee, he has to get 1,144 uncontested delegates. He has not done that yet. But it is being widely circulated that Romney has won the nomination is is working with the RNC on a general election plan. This is a direct violation of RNC rules.

Will Romney be held in contempt along with Reince Priebus for violating RNC Rule 11? What about the felony Romney committed in WI along with Ryan? Will Rule of Law have any merit? Do laws and rules have any weight any more?
RULE NO. 11

Candidate Support

... (a) The Republican National Committee shall

not, without the prior written and filed approval of all

members of the Republican National Committee from

the state involved, contribute money or in-kind aid to

any candidate for any public or party office except the

nominee of the Republican Party or a candidate who is

unopposed in the Republican primary after the filing

deadline for that office. In those states where state law

establishes a nonpartisan primary in which Republican

candidates could participate, but in which the general

election may not include a Republican candidate, the

candidate endorsed by a convention held under the

authority of the state Republican Party shall be

recognized by the Republican National Committee as

the Republican nominee.

(b) No state Republican Party rule or state

law shall be observed that allows persons who have

participated or are participating in the selection of any

nominee of a party other than the Republican Party,

including, but not limited to, through the use of a multiparty

primary or similar type ballot, to participate in the

selection of a nominee of the Republican Party for that

general election. No person nominated in violation of

this rule shall be recognized by the Republican National

Committee as the nominee of the Republican Party from that state.

Since Mitt Romney does not have 1,144 delegates (therefore the first condition holds) and Ron Paul is still in the race (therefore the second condition also holds), Mitt Romney is not the Republican Party Nominee.

As a result Reince Priebus and Mitt Romney have violated Rule 11 of the GOP rules (see attached screenshot from the Mitt Romney site) and check out the finer text at Mitt’s campaign site (https://www.mittromney.com/donate ): “Already hit your limit? If you’ve given the maximum of $2,500 for the primary and $2,500 for the general election to Romney for President, you can still give to the Romney Victory fund, our joint fundraising committee with the Republican National Committee by clicking here.”

If Americans don't IMMEDIATELY start to hold our leaders accountable to the Rule of Law, there will be anarchy, lawlessness, and complete uncontrollable chaos and this nation will become just a thought and memory in the history books of an experiment in liberty and freedom that lasted for a time until the people refused to abide by the higher laws of morality, honesty, and justice set up by the LORD GOD ALMIGHTY.

Here is my analysis of why Newt lost:

Newt's message is: Have big ideas and dreams. Work hard and take personal responsibility to achieve your dreams. Don't blame someone else for your failures. Honor GOD and help those who truly need help.

American society today is a gimme society: gimme this, gimme that, I don't care, what is happening to anyone else, so what if others are being persecuted and their American constitutional rights are being trampled, as long as "I" can benefit from any thing, regardless of how unethical or illegal it transpired, if "I" benefit, I will go for it! Quid quo pro is the law of the land and Romney, Santorum and even Ron Paul are all masters of playing that game. "What can you do for me that I can in exchange give as little as possible to accomplish my betterment or agenda."

Pretty sad commentary on a nation that was built on the blood, sweat, and lives of unselfish, stalwart steadfast and determined people who sagaciously persevered to make a home for all the "occupiers."

"I actually think ideas matter. And I think learning about people who made historic breakthroughs that changed the world is a good thing for political leaders to do. I am trying to describe both the culture of an active America where the citizens got up everyday and said, "you know, I think I'll go do something"—as opposed to, "who's going to take care of me this morning?"

"The earlier America—the America that was the most inventive extraordinary society in history, started with the idea that it is OK to fail. I mean can you imagine a government agent that failed 500 times going to a congressional hearing? Can you imagine the contemptuous ignorance of the congressman, who would have great fun making fun of these guys—who look terrific back home—and would teach them not to do it. If the current news media had existed when Thomas Edison invented the electric light, the evening news would have begun "the candle making industry was threatened today." And the whole report would be negative."

"This is a country which believed first of all you were endowed by your Creator, so you have the rights. That is why we are citizens. In the European model, the government has the power and the people are subjects. In the American model, we have power and they (government) are public servants. Fundamental difference—which is part of what the power struggle of this country is all about right now."

"We're a country which only makes sense if we're religious. Go read the Gettisburg address which Lincoln hand wrote while sitting looking out over the platform over the first national cemetary at Gettisburg. Then read Lincoln's second inaugural address (that's only 702 words) where there 14 references to GOD; 2 Bible quotes. But yet almost none of you (speaking to college students) have ever been in a course in college or high school where your teacher took the time to introduce Abraham Lincoln seriously because you can't introduce Lincoln without dealing with religion. And we now live in a secular academic world and a secular news media where this would be horrifying. So I just challenge you—go down and read it. Get some sense of what America was like and then go over the the FDR memorial—which has over course been secularized—and realize on the 6th of June, 1944, we landed at Normandy. Frankilin Delaware Rosevelt, the greatest liberal Democrat president in the 20th century, went on national radio and he led the nation in 6 and half minutes of prayer. You can't imagine how ridiculed he'd be today. and how reviled. But he prayed. And this a man who said "this was a war between our Christian civilization" (that's his phrase), "our Christian civilization and pagan dictatorships." Because that's what he believed. A phrase you can't imagine using today."

"So the first reason I'm running is values. I believe in the historic America. I believe in American exceptionalism. I believe our rights come from our Creator. I believe that no government can come between man and GOD. It's interesting that this administration that has been eager to apologize to radical Islamics over burning the Koran. Korans which by the way had been desecrated by political prisoners who were Muslims, this administration issued a statement in the Defense Dept. that said, " We will hold sacred that which other hold sacred." perfectly good sounding phrase right? My first question is does that mean we get to put back up all the crosses in places where courts have taken them down? Does that mean kids are allowed to pray at graduation? I mean I'm perfectly happy to live in a world where this administration worries about people's religious beliefs. I would just like them to worry about America's religious beliefs too. That's of course not what they mean, because they're committed to secularism. Now how do we apply those?"

"Second big part of this: innovation. I would say the greatest frustration I've had since leaving the Speakership is the denseness of Washington in resisting new ideas. It's Amazing. This is your generations greatest problem. You are inheriting your parents and grandparents a bureaucratic mess which is stunningly incompetent, following policies that don't work, based on facts that are no longer true. And surrounded by lobbyists eager to protect the past against the future. And it is going to be the greatest challenge of your generation: how are you going to fundamentally revive politics as citizen leadership. If you go to Sacremento, or Albany or Springfield Illinois you'll see capitols where democracy no longer functions. They are basically whole owned subsidiaries of public employee unions and other bureaucracies and nothing works and they are basically decaying."—Newt Gingrich Georgetown University

"I don't come to you as a person who is perfect. I come to you as a citizen who has sought redemption and has sought God's love and recognizes that you have to shelter under the cross to have any hope of living a full life." "Standing in the shadow of the Cross, there is no fear."—Newt Gingrich



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 Post subject: Re: Should We Be Angry?
PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2012 7:01 pm 
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I understand how some people get tired of hearing about Newt and his ideas. If I had not been for him, or if I had been helping another candidate, I could have felt this way.

However, if we can put aside all these political contests and just listen to what Newt says, without prejudice, I think most people would find him plainly brilliant, truly a dedicated patriot, a defender of God and the Constitution with every speech. Whatever people do not like about Newt, I think they would still have to conclude that he is straightforward and intellectually honest. He may err, but he does not try to hide it and then admits mistakes or sins. He does not say one thing when he really thinks the opposite. This, to me, is extremely refreshing.

The American Solutions Contract with America for the Twenty-first Century, bears notice and examination still. As the work of years and many minds, it is a shame how little attention has been given it. If our news media, our politicians, our leaders would fairly listen to and heed Newt's ideas, America could overcome our deficit, get people off welfare rolls and back to jobs. We would cut taxes, give entrepreneurs an opportunity to succeed and thrive without excessive government restrictions. These solutions are not just the creation of his mind, but they are the result of study and the advice of leaders and the input of the American people. American Solutions has been a foundation representing years of study and thought.

Another organization which Gingrich affects is Citizens United. It has been a PAC and organization that has produced two of his videos: "Rediscovering God in America"--about the Christian heritage of our government and nation--, and "Rendezvous with Destiny"--about the accomplishments of President Ronald Reagan. Interestingly, Gov. Huckabee's project--the Gift of Life video--was, I believe, also produced by this organization. There are more than a few similarities between Gov. Huckabee and Speaker Gingrich, their ideals, goals, and projects in renewing and preserving America and her freedoms. I truly hope that theses two, along perhaps with Santorum, Perry, Cain, and Bachmann, might work together in some way to revive the conservative wing of the party. And, beyond that, to turn America around fiscally, morally, and Constitutionally. Perhaps, 2016 will see Mike Huckabee running for President, as he has hinted could be possible.

It makes me wonder, what is America doing, crowning a man like Romney prematurely, who has been all over the place on abortion and marriage, or like Obama who chooses to ignore the Constitution? They are both voting against their own freedoms, with Romneycare or Obamacare, etc., as well as voting for the continued decline or downfall of America. We have so many choices who would have been far better. It is too bad that the conservatives split the ticket. We should clearly have won this.

Like it or not, Newt Gingrich has an impressive record, unlike any other political leader since Reagan. Yes, he did work sixteen years after helping the Reagan administration to devise a way for the Republicans to win in 1994, taking over the House of Representatives for the first time in almost 50 years. No other politician can claim the magnitude of successes. Balancing the budget? Almost unheard of! Bringing out nine million more conservative voters? While Romney's candidacy is suppressing voter turnout by alarming numbers.

I am trusting God to lead Newt and others, like Santorum and Paul, even, to come together with ideas and a plan to restore the America we love.

Now, people need to put aside any bad feelings and really listen to the ideas that conservatives are putting forth. How can we work together to defeat Romney and Obama, if possible? It is sad that most Americans have never heard Newt's patriotic speeches. Really. A small number have heard his debates. But how does one get that message directly to the American people, when the mainstream media has determined it is unimportant? Or how does one win when the Republican establishment pulls strings for Romney, all along?

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