Friday, January 04, 2008

Back to the Future in Iowa

Presidential hopeful John Edwards

Money, a defining measure of candidate strength throughout 2007, turned out to be not so determinative in Iowa. -- JIM KUHNHENN
Remember when politics were about who had the best ideas and not the biggest war chest. Remember when candidates were selected on the strength of their character and not the strength of their political machine.

Remember when candidates had the backing of the people instead of the backing of corporate giants who exert control over the American government by buying Presidents, Senators and Congressmen.

The Iowa Caucus is a throw back to the days when the people selected their leaders independent of the empty political messages of asking what America can do for you instead of asking what you can do for America!

Universal Health Care equals what America can do for you, Homosexual marriage equals what America can do for you, aiding and abetting illegal aliens equals what America can do for you.

Many of these campaigns are base in promises of what America can do for you. John Fitzgerald Kennedy would be ashamed.

What can you do for America? You can vote for a candidate that will put the interest of America and the interest of the American people first.

What you can do for America is vote for the candidate who will fight for America, enforces her borders, and fight for the traditions that made this a great country.

Those ideas are embodied in America’s constitution not the made up false court given civil rights that killed 35 million unborn U.S. citizens or allows homosexuals to pretend that they are man and wife or protects terrorist by giving them rights to carry out their subversive plans to destroy this country from within as well as without.

Unconstitutional court decisions have declared constitutional acts unconstitutional and made unconstitutional subversive America hating plans law!

As we move on to New Hampshire and other more politically correct caucuses we will certainly see a catering to the ask what America can do for you crowd that will certainly suck the remaining life out of what is left of this country that we once proudly called America.

Iowa was a call back to what we could be if we were free from the special interest and corporate interest which rule us today.

Senator Barack Obama and Governor Mike Huckabee won in Iowa what they will not win again due to who really controls an America that is in its last troughs of freedom.

We will not see again the results garnered in Iowa what we will see in the coming days is an empty political process that is pretending to be the same process that once made this country great.

What we will see is corporate and special interest candidates being forced on the American people by polls and media reporting while America sinks into obscurity as the results of Iowa fade from recent memory.


  1. Anonymous9:42 AM

    The People Have Spoken, but they don’t know what they are talking about! Hillary came in Third Place. As Coach Woody Hayes reckoned Second Place to be the same as Last Place, Third Place is be a No Show.

    To win, Obama and Edwards treated with the Republicans. I dare say that without the Repukes, both would be in single digits. Treating with Republicans is DANGEROUS business! If you make a deal with them, you don’t know what you’re getting. In the last 50 years, only two Democrats were successful at making good deals with Republicans, Lyndon Johnson and Bill Clinton. Lyndon Johnson conducted the Vietnam War with Republican support and Goldwater’s advice, and Bill Clinton got Nafta and Welfare Reform. When John F. Kennedy tried it, all he got was Tax Cuts for the Rich. Treating with the Republicans is DANGEROUS business, and only Hillary has the expertise to get away with it. If Obama and Edwards aren’t careful, it will be the same as electing Huckabee, even if they win.

    I am appalled with the repudiation of Feminism in this Election. Hillary alone voted and consistently supported the War on Terror. The Anti-Feminist Shari’a System of Justice that would be imposed upon America should the War on Terror be lost was not an issue. Some unpatriotic people made sure of that. Speaking of unpatriotic people, look at this photo of Barack Obama holding his prize possession during The Pledge of Allegiance:

    As per “Joan” Edwards, just because you may spend a thousand bucks on a hairdo doesn’t mean that you are a woman or even a Feminist. As per his/her Two America speech, just remember that there is one America where greedy ambulance-chasing lawyers charge huge fees from Hedge Funds for the RICH, and another America where Humanitarians actually help their fellow persons, regardless of the cost. You can be sure that Hillary’s Health Care plan would be of that stripe.

    If the People don’t wake up soon, we will have another Repuke in the White House, even if he has Democratic Party affiliation. When this happens, you shall surely be sipping Straight Absinthe instead of Cran & Vodka! Shame! Shame! Shame!

  2. Anon,
    You and people who think like you are the reason that a Repuke, as you say, must be returned to the White house.

    The blatant hatred against conservatives that you and people like you display would surely usher in a climate of anti-conservativism that would send this country into the new dark ages and the new Inquisitions that would have all people forced to deny Jesus Christ and accept homosexuality and global warming or face death.

  3. Anonymous1:07 PM

    Read it again, Alaphiah. That was a Parody! You've been sipping too much of the Christmas Spirit. You should see how Angry Black B. Itch reacted to the same message. She was fit to be tied.

    Charlotte isn't exactly happy about being snookered either. When someone suggested that she should include Ernst Rohnm and Aleister Crowly in her Gay Pride Flag, and afterward found out who they were, some major changes occured on her blog.

    You've been lethargic since Christmas. Take your time and reread my Parody. It will give you that much needed rush of blood to your head that will awaken you. Frankly, I almost gave you up for DEAD. It will be nice to see you again AFTER you thaw out of your lethargy.

  4. Sorry, it wasn't up to your usual post. That's why I couldn't tell!

  5. Anonymous3:06 PM


    Wake up! There's a lot of zingers in there. Viewed through the eyes of a Liberal, these are fighting words. Hillary looks pretty odius here.

    I hope you get over your lethargy soon.

  6. Yeah, I guess I'm used to some of your better stuff that all.

  7. Maybe the people in Iowa and other states need to ask critical questions of Osama, Suckabee and Clintstone beyond their personal issues with emotional appeal such as Socialist Health Care and Gay rights.

    Questions need to be asked such as, what is being done and what will you do to promote alternative energy as the world is running out of oil?.

    What do you think the results will be if alternative energy is not developed fast enough to satisfy the demands of a growing world population that is expected to double by 2050?.

    What ideas do you have to slow down or stop the impending recession that the MSM does not talk about, but is becoming more apparent?.

    If these stuffed shirts can't give an honest answer to any of these questions, get rid of the bums and try out some new candidates. The current ones are nothing but the S.O.S.

    I may seem quite crass, but I get quite tired of year after year of seeing a bunch of worthless puppets play at being leaders while sucking up to corporate and special interests and making life harder for those of us who actually work for a living.

    Put up a candidate who is serious about stepping out of the muck and addressing the real issues and I might change my attitude.

  8. "
    As we move on to New Hampshire and other more politically correct caucuses we will certainly see a catering to the ask what America can do for you crowd that will certainly suck the remaining life out of what is left of this country that we once proudly called America."

    I am originally from N.H. and you are 100% correct!

  9. Anonymous8:05 PM

    OK, I guess I deserved the putdown. To show my good faith, and for starters, I'll stop using the word "Sugarphiah". Meanwhile, I hope you get over your blues.

  10. RC,
    You are so right about the catering to corporate interest by these candidates.

    I took a look at the site you recommended on the subject and I think that it speaks to a lot of our concerns!