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    [QUOTE=BigJulie;102298]
    - Cain's Princess Nancy statement ...
    Was refreshing in this age of PC.


    BigJulie -"Cain's Princess Nancy statement is another view of how he views women. He could have made his views clear on Nancy Pelosi without using a sexist term"


    Alan
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    What? You think Mitt has it wrapped up? .
    Ok,,,here is a little lesson I learned years ago that always proves to be true.

    Republicans love to pick the guy who was in the lead at the start of the race.

    Democrats love to support the come-from-behind Underdog.


    So Mitt had this wrapped up (as long as he does not screw up) before he announced he was running.
    His victory is because of the groundwork he did when he was in the last race against Mccain and got his **** kicked.

    By being in that race he was in the correct position to be considered in the 'lead' for this election.

    And that is how Republicans pick their guy to lead the ticket....
    Thats how McCain got to lead the ticket,
    thats how Ronald Reagan got to lead the ticket,
    thats how Nixon...etc.

    Republicans love to support the guy they see as the winner at the start, Republicans like to have jumped on the band wagon at the very start.

    So because Mitt was seen as the early leader in this election after a loss in the last one he will get the lead spot on the ticket guaranteed
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    This is just how Republicans act.
    Has nothing to do with his faith, or even his political views, or anything about how he thinks about stuff.

    It only has to do with "position" at the start.

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    Was refreshing in this age of PC.
    Refreshing to those who don't see a problem with it. Yes, I get that.
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    Ok,,,here is a little lesson I learned years ago that always proves to be true.

    Republicans love to pick the guy who was in the lead at the start of the race.

    Democrats love to support the come-from-behind Underdog.


    So Mitt had this wrapped up (as long as he does not screw up) before he announced he was running.
    His victory is because of the groundwork he did when he was in the last race against Mccain and got his **** kicked.

    By being in that race he was in the correct position to be considered in the 'lead' for this election.

    And that is how Republicans pick their guy to lead the ticket....
    Thats how McCain got to lead the ticket,
    thats how Ronald Reagan got to lead the ticket,
    thats how Nixon...etc.

    Republicans love to support the guy they see as the winner at the start, Republicans like to have jumped on the band wagon at the very start.

    So because Mitt was seen as the early leader in this election after a loss in the last one he will get the lead spot on the ticket guaranteed
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    This is just how Republicans act.
    Has nothing to do with his faith, or even his political views, or anything about how he thinks about stuff.

    It only has to do with "position" at the start.
    This will be interesting to see if you are right. I thought he was considered "in the lead" at the beginning of the primaries in 2008.
    I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)--Luk 24:32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

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    This will be interesting to see if you are right. I thought he was considered "in the lead" at the beginning of the primaries in 2008.
    Nope....McCain had it from day one....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmolstad View Post
    Nope....McCain had it from day one....
    As I watched the news, they made it sound like McCain was the one who "came from behind" and took the primaries in the eleventh hour. It will be interesting to watch and see if you are right. I have no problem with Romney because I am more moderate myself and not so far-right leaning--but that said, I do really like Santorum (who is more conservative) and think if he matures, he may make a great candidate someday. For getting his feet wet in this one, I think he is doing great.
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    I believe Mitt has the primary wrapped up and will lead the ticket.
    But because he is not in any way shape or form a conservative, I dont expect Mitt to be able to bring the Republican base to himself when it's time to vote for president.

    He just lacks any track record of being a true life-long conservative.....and that's going to take all the wind out of the sail for the Republican Party voter.

    Obama on the other hand has the ability to rally his supporters to his side.
    Right now his poll numbers are bad, but thats only because of all the Republican activity going on that really has no one voice.

    Once the Republicans have their man to lead the ticket, then the Liberals will have the 'face' of the team to beat...and they will come on strong to beat Mitt.

    I cant predict the future,
    I don't know who will actually win the election between Mitt and Obama....
    but...
    But from what i have seen so far, Obama still has hi liberal strong core voter support,,,,,
    and that type of core supportis something Mitt will never have.


    So while i would love to believe that Mitt will win.....I actually dont give him more than a 50/50 chance at this stage..

    I would have to see who he picks as the VP?

    I will give some thought to the national election night and think about what are the first signs of a Mitt victory to look for, or the first sign the Obama will get another 4 years?

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    I thought you might be interested in a bit of news:

    Washington (CNN) A new national survey of Republicans indicates that it's basically all tied up between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, with Gingrich on the rise and businessman Herman Cain falling due to the sexual har***ment allegations he's been facing the past two weeks...

    "Not surprisingly, there is a big gender gap on this matter - women say this is a serious matter and believe the women, but men say the story has been over****n and are split on which side they believe," Holland added.
    Who knows, maybe someday Rush Limbaugh and Shawn Hannidy might get a small understanding of the mind of a woman before they spot off about the "toots" out there being unbelievable.



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    I believe Mitt has the primary wrapped up and will lead the ticket.
    But because he is not in any way shape or form a conservative, I dont expect Mitt to be able to bring the Republican base to himself when it's time to vote for president.

    He just lacks any track record of being a true life-long conservative.....and that's going to take all the wind out of the sail for the Republican Party voter.
    If the economy is doing fine--yes, you may be right. If the economy is still doing as is--there may be more support for someone who understands economics and how to get a ship sailing again then just "moderates" out there. I know if a strong right won the primaries, I would vote for them as Obama is a mess.


    Once the Republicans have their man to lead the ticket, then the Liberals will have the 'face' of the team to beat...and they will come on strong to beat Mitt.
    They will, but he is a strong contender where Obama is weak--on the economy.

    I cant predict the future,
    I don't know who will actually win the election between Mitt and Obama....
    but...
    But from what i have seen so far, Obama still has hi liberal strong core voter support,,,,,
    and that type of core supportis something Mitt will never have.
    I agree, but I wonder if it has more to do with his religion than his views on abortion. Which, btw, I thought I was in agreement with my born-again friend until she told me if the life of the mother is at stake--tough, still no abortion. I am not that far right. Nor do I not believe in helping the mentally ill which are usually our indigent population.

    Newt is surging right now, btw.
    I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)--Luk 24:32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

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    Newt is a loose cannon, so while he keeps his mouth shut he might do well for a while in the polls, the truth is that he is always just one comment away from being out of politics entirely.

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    Im so happy not to have to deal with all tha Mormon-ism junk on this topic.

    I come to this website everyday with the hope that someone started a new topic.

    Now it is true that this topic started up there in the Mormon forums...but Jill in her "wisdom" bounced it right down to family values land....

    and to tell the truth.....that is for the best.

    I have no desire to join in the constant bickering between the saved Christians,and the totally Lost Mormons....I mean lets face it...the same people are saying the same things over and over (it matters not what the topic is)until someone says something so nasty that the topic gets taken down.


    I prefer to talk about things that have an ending to them....
    The election of the next president actually has a date to it....

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    Im so happy not to have to deal with all tha Mormon-ism junk on this topic.
    Same here. Refreshing and I really like politics and keeping up on what is going on---so this is somewhat relaxing.

    I come to this website everyday with the hope that someone started a new topic.

    Now it is true that this topic started up there in the Mormon forums...but Jill in her "wisdom" bounced it right down to family values land....

    and to tell the truth.....that is for the best.
    I agree or we might have NE or others ranting on here that I am going to go to hell any minute if I don't finally realize the TRUTH!!!


    I have no desire to join in the constant bickering between the saved Christians,and the totally Lost Mormons....I mean lets face it...the same people are saying the same things over and over (it matters not what the topic is)until someone says something so nasty that the topic gets taken down.
    I agree---I wonder if in 10 years the same people will still be arguing about whether or not we need to be baptized. Sometimes I get frustrated when I can clearly see the accusations are false and jump in---I am trying to resist--really hard!!!


    I prefer to talk about things that have an ending to them....
    The election of the next president actually has a date to it....
    And in the end, we can see if you are prophetic or not!
    I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)--Luk 24:32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmolstad View Post
    Newt is a loose cannon, so while he keeps his mouth shut he might do well for a while in the polls, the truth is that he is always just one comment away from being out of politics entirely.
    So, what is your take on people not liking Michelle Buchanan? She seems intelligent and knows her tax stuff well and I think she has some good ideas. Why did she go down in the polls?

    And I like some things about Newt---the fact that he is on wife number 3 is not one of them (and they accuse Mormons of being polygamists--sheesh!)
    I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)--Luk 24:32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJulie View Post
    So, what is your take on people not liking Michelle Buchanan? ..... Why did she go down in the polls?
    The truth is....she was only seen by Republicans as someone worth a look when Sarah Palin was still being talked about.

    The moment it became clear to the Republican leadership and base that Sarah was not going to get in, Michelle hit the skids.

    Michelle was always....the "alternative".

    both Michelle and Sarah have what the other lacks to be taken seriously....

    Michelle has no "star quality" about her....she is just a person from a small town who people overlook easy.

    Sarah just cant speak with wisdom on any issue.


    Michelle works hard on a speech, practices it over and over...does all her home work....and then goes to an event in a large city , where she has allearted the media in advance for the most coverage....

    and as she steps out of the buss is greeted by 25 people, and the story in the local news is buried underneath the story of a lost cat..

    Sarah on the other hand?
    simply canceled a bus stop in the same city and it was the top story for days, and leads to many letters to the editor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJulie View Post

    And I like some things about Newt---the fact that he is on wife number 3
    if he were running for husband of the year?...he would not get my vote.

    But he is not....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmolstad View Post
    if he were running for husband of the year?...he would not get my vote.

    But he is not....
    I agree---for me it is a character issue once again. The number one question--is Newt an honest man? The wives one and two may say yes--but maybe not.

    I did like what he said about criminal law versus war criminal law. I don't want our men in uniform reading Miranda Rights to those trying to kill them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmolstad View Post
    The truth is....she was only seen by Republicans as someone worth a look when Sarah Palin was still being talked about.

    The moment it became clear to the Republican leadership and base that Sarah was not going to get in, Michelle hit the skids.

    Michelle was always....the "alternative".

    both Michelle and Sarah have what the other lacks to be taken seriously....

    Michelle has no "star quality" about her....she is just a person from a small town who people overlook easy.

    Sarah just cant speak with wisdom on any issue.


    Michelle works hard on a speech, practices it over and over...does all her home work....and then goes to an event in a large city , where she has allearted the media in advance for the most coverage....

    and as she steps out of the buss is greeted by 25 people, and the story in the local news is buried underneath the story of a lost cat..

    Sarah on the other hand?
    simply canceled a bus stop in the same city and it was the top story for days, and leads to many letters to the editor.
    I guess Michelle is more steady and the news doesn't like that---nothing to sensationalize.
    I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)--Luk 24:32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

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    it was odd the way Sarah was never actually promoting Michelle at all.

    I mean think about it....the Republicans have two gals that are in the hunt, and they dont try to use the "sisterhood" approach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmolstad View Post
    it was odd the way Sarah was never actually promoting Michelle at all.

    I mean think about it....the Republicans have two gals that are in the hunt, and they dont try to use the "sisterhood" approach?
    I guess it comes down to if their values match. I am surprised at the diversity listening to the debates---everything to very hawkish, differences in how to handle the budget problems, foreign affairs. You believe that Romney will get the go-ahead. I am not so sure. I was looking at a poll and the number one word Republicans ***ociate with Romney is "Mormon"---they said not "flip-flopper" and not --oh, I can't even think of the other word that they have used repeatedly to slam him. So, as I said, we shall see.
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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1010133.html

    as you can see.....it seems very clear that the conservative republican base does not consider Mitt one of their number.

    This means that the idea that just because Mitt goes against Obama it would cause the Conservatives to gather around Mitt is not really based on the facts, rather it is based on the "hope" that the conservatives with act like that.

    I just have my doubts.

    I doubt that a liberal Mitt will be seen as really all that much better to vote for than Obama...and the moment the Christians and the conservatives start to to look at both Obama and Mitt as being both liberal?....forget it

    ..that Conservative voter will stay home on election day.

    They simply will decide that "it does not matter"...


    But that's not going to be the mindset for the liberal voter!
    thrust me, the liberal press will paint Mitt into looking like the antichrist, and that will drive the liberal base of the democratic party to the voting booth.
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    Romney supported abortion

    Romney supported civil unions,

    Romney supported his ObamaCare-like health plan in M***achusetts, which featured "the mandate" and taxpayer-funded abortions...


    So whole a lot of Mormons might be bitter that many Christians have said they would not vote for a Mormon, there is also the cold , hard, fact that Mitt has a lot of liberal ideas that run counter to the ideas of Conservative Christians that have nothing to do with him being a Mormon.

    So the fact also is, that Im not sure we will be able to blame his being a Mormon on his loss to Obama.
    he just seems to have a lot of ideas that Obama also supports that most Bible-believeing people would find troublesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmolstad View Post
    Romney supported abortion

    Romney supported civil unions,

    Romney supported his ObamaCare-like health plan in M***achusetts, which featured "the mandate" and taxpayer-funded abortions...


    So whole a lot of Mormons might be bitter that many Christians have said they would not vote for a Mormon, there is also the cold , hard, fact that Mitt has a lot of liberal ideas that run counter to the ideas of Conservative Christians that have nothing to do with him being a Mormon.

    So the fact also is, that Im not sure we will be able to blame his being a Mormon on his loss to Obama.
    he just seems to have a lot of ideas that Obama also supports that most Bible-believeing people would find troublesome.
    You are still ***uming he will be the front runner. Based on what you said, why?
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    Yes, he was the front runner at the only moment it counts for Republicans...at the start.

    It was at the start where Mitt picked up the needed cash and supporters in the Republican leadership that will take him all the way to win the primary.

    For Republicans, you only have to be in front at the start of the race to win it....

    Now Mitt can still lose the race to lead the ticket....He can still screw this thing up.

    But the fact that every-other week we see a new name rise up to challenge him, only to fall just as fast?...it means that underneath it all Mitt has it wrapped up already.

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    Now my own views on said issues are these:

    Abortion:

    While I understand the natural resentment of females to have the government tell them that they cant do something to their own body, I have to yet come down on the issue of abortion on the side of 'life"

    This means that I don't really give a rip if the child is the result of rape or incest ....such things are not the fault of the unborn baby,. and so we should not kill a baby for things not the child's fault.

    This puts me at the far-right Conservative end on this issue.


    Civil unions:

    I fully support "civil Unions" of the Gays.
    I would call such a binding legal union a "Civil Union" or a "Civil partnership".
    These terms would be used to always describe the lawful union of members of the same sex, regardless of gender.

    The term "marriage" would always be used to describe a similar lawful union between members of the opposite sex.


    Health care:

    I would never in a million years require people to carry health care insurance.
    However I would work with insurance providers to make whatever changes are needed to lower the price of insurance so that anyone who is smart enough to get it, will be able to.

    I would also allow for parents to have the right to sign up their children for a type of insurance (free at first as an important incentive)that would always take a fee from the paycheck of that child until the child is over 18 and cancels it on their own if they want.

    This means that for most kids, they would grow up understanding the need for insurance from the start, and would also grow up seeing a little of each paycheck going to pay for their health care insurance....and if they don't cancel it (and most would not because it's too much trouble to go though to cancel it) then they would enter into adulthood used to the idea of always being fully covered under their insurance.

    I think in one generation we would see nearly universal insurance coverage of everyone, having been signed up and raised to understand the importance of always haveing good insurance...

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    Now my own views on said issues are these:

    Abortion:

    While I understand the natural resentment of females to have the government tell them that they cant do something to their own body, I have to yet come down on the issue of abortion on the side of 'life"

    This means that I don't really give a rip if the child is the result of rape or incest ....such things are not the fault of the unborn baby,. and so we should not kill a baby for things not the child's fault.

    This puts me at the far-right Conservative end on this issue.
    Interesting. Where I stand puts me somewhere in the middle. While I see and abortion as killing a baby--in our society, we do kill people for certain reasons--self defense being one of them. So, life of the mother is at stake, to me, it is self defense to kill the child. Now, what about rape or incest? For me, the act of rape or incest is an illegal act not only against a person, but also against pro-creation, therefore, I would allow the mother to choose and I would ALWAYS charge the rapest or the person who committed incest with not only those crimes but with murder as well as they committed a crime against life as well. That would take rape and incest to a whole new criminal level which I whole heartedly agree with. Having had children---having a baby is a whole lot more complicated then just holding a baby and popping a baby out--major changes occur to the body that are never overcome. I also look at the mental health of the mother as well as the health of the baby. For standard problems such as Down Syndrome, I would not support abortion, but there are some problems that are so severe that that child is sure not to survive. I know a woman who did not have one of these babies, but two. The first birth was so traumatic and horrible for her that when she found out the second had the same condition, she aborted. Can I sit on my soapbox and tell her it was wrong to abort the baby? No.

    So, for me, I come down somewhere in the middle on this issue. I believe murder is wrong---but in some cases, God will ultimately have to decide.


    Civil unions:

    I fully support "civil Unions" of the Gays.
    I would call such a binding legal union a "Civil Union" or a "Civil partnership".
    These terms would be used to always describe the lawful union of members of the same sex, regardless of gender.

    The term "marriage" would always be used to describe a similar lawful union between members of the opposite sex.
    I agree on this. It may sound weird after what I said above, but I believe that "marriage" should always be a safe haven for children as it is the only way God deemed it right to bring a child into the world. I believe that most of our problems in our society center around infidelity both before and after marriage. I believe a child has the best shot of a happy life if they are raised in a happy, loving home with both their mother and their father joined by parents who reverence God who ins***uted marriage. So, on this, I agree.



    Health care:

    I would never in a million years require people to carry health care insurance.
    However I would work with insurance providers to make whatever changes are needed to lower the price of insurance so that anyone who is smart enough to get it, will be able to.

    I would also allow for parents to have the right to sign up their children for a type of insurance (free at first as an important incentive)that would always take a fee from the paycheck of that child until the child is over 18 and cancels it on their own if they want.

    This means that for most kids, they would grow up understanding the need for insurance from the start, and would also grow up seeing a little of each paycheck going to pay for their health care insurance....and if they don't cancel it (and most would not because it's too much trouble to go though to cancel it) then they would enter into adulthood used to the idea of always being fully covered under their insurance.

    I think in one generation we would see nearly universal insurance coverage of everyone, having been signed up and raised to understand the importance of always haveing good insurance...
    I like the Swiss system which does require insurance---but everyone only has major medical plus prevention care. You buy it yourself, not your company, and most doctor visits and meds are paid for out of pocket. They do require insurance. I would also require insurance, but allow people to opt out either because they don't want it for religious reasons or they are independently weathly and don't need it.

    Here is the problem I see with someone not having insurance. Let's say your child is 30 and iis in a terrible car accident. He is sent to the emergency room for live-saving procedures. Let's say he has no insurance. Right now, the emergency room has to fix him and all the tax payers or other insurers get to foot the bill. This is not right. The option would be to let the hospitals turn down those who do not have insurance and let the person die. Are we okay with this as a society? What if the man is a father? Does society pick up the tag to help his children? So, the only insurance I would require is major medical---with a big deductible like $5,000 or $10,000. Just about anyone can come up with this money even if they have to beg relatives for it. Now, the fact that people can only carry major medical would drive down the costs of both insurance and health care. (If you want to know why, I will explain.)

    So here again, I am more moderate.
    I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)--Luk 24:32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

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    you just garnish the wadges of people who owe money...case close.
    It teaches them an important lesson...People see that happen to the guy down the street and they learn to get good insurance....problem ended.

    But this is why I have a bot of trouble supporting Mitt...its the mandate issue...its totally unAmerican.

    and to push the required mandate it as Mitt did means that at a very real level, the America Mitt seeks to bring is not the same America I seek to bring to the future.

    If during the election i learn that Mitt has made statements that I believe are in support of this type of mandate idea...even on a state level, I will never vote for him...and I would hope he will lose ...

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