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The Broken Record of American Politics, You Can Keep the Change, Again, Again, Again

Change for the sake of change is not necessarily a good thing. That’s how we got Obama. People were tired of the Bush era politics and were deaf, dumb and blind to any and all information exposing Obama for who and what he is, they were simply demanding “change”, and this is what we got.
Is it better? I can’t count the times I’ve heard, “you keep the change”. I guess there would be one consolation, just like politics as usual, bumper sticker and song slogans would also still apply.

A GOP nod for Newt as the nominee will finish off the Republican party. Not only would that be simply more of the same establishment BS, Gingrich is a Bush clone, and while a few hard line Neocons will defend that old boys club seemingly no matter what evil they do,they are the reason the Republican party lost a wide margin of it’s base support.

A Gingrich nomination will prove every bit as embarrassing and devastating to the Republican party as John McCain in 2008. Don’t you people understand American’s are sick and tired of the establishment status quo, UN (anti) American policies and political corruption? Newt Gingrich’s baggage and record proves he’s up to his eyeballs in all of it, he will not pull liberty minded and independent votes!

American’s want our country back! We want our liberty, Constitution, and economy, thus our nation restored! Ron Paul is the only candidate with a viable PRO AMERICAN plan. If the Republican party doesn’t recognize this they will be every bit as embarrassed as in 2008 with John McCain, and it may well be it’s demise.

American’s want our country back! We want our liberty, Constitution, and economy, thus our nation restored! Ron Paul is the only candidate with a viable PRO AMERICAN plan. If the Republican party doesn’t recognize this they will be every bit as embarrassed as in 2008 with John McCain, and it may well be it’s demise.

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