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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: ANOTHER CONSERVATIVE VOTE
FOR GOVERNOR ROMNEY


Sean Hannity:  “I’ll tell you right now, and I’ve not announced this, but I will be voting for Mitt Romney in this campaign. It’s the first time I’ve stated it publicly.  I’ll state it now.”  (“Sean Hannity Radio Show,” 1/31/08)

I’d also like to say that a couple days ago, an Evangelical called Sean up with flaming Mormon Derangement Syndrome dripping in her voice. Se sounded like someone who was left having to clean up dog vomit. She was a Huckabee supporter ready to consider Romney. She hinted and evaded around her COMPLETE HATRED AND FEAR OF A MORMON and asked Sean if he was okay to vote for. Sean reminded her that he had spent a lot of time with Governor Romney and his family and was convinced he was a great guy and the “real deal”.

Thank you Sean. YOU MY FRIEND, ARE A GREAT AMERICAN.

 

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Well, I predicted this was going to happen and got some pretty hateful comments on this one. These people have been doing this all across America since this filth went into public office.

Copeland Ministries accused of ‘shady’ Huckabee donation

Allie Martin – OneNewsNow – 1/31/2008 1:50:00 PM

HuckabeeOne of six televangelists targeted in a Senate finance inquiry is being accused of turning a recent pastors’ conference into a fundraising opportunity for GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

Last week, Kenneth Copeland Ministries held an annual — by invitation only — ministers’ conference at his headquarters in Newark, Texas. The Trinity Foundation, a Dallas-based nonprofit group that monitors televangelists, reports that during a live webcast Huckabee called Copeland and requested emergency financing.
Ole Anthony, president of the Trinity Foundation, says Copeland immediately adjourned the conference and then reconvened the group in a private meeting, in order to stay within guidelines on fundraising. “They raised $111,000 in cash and maybe in excess of a million dollars in pledges for Huckabee,” says Anthony. “If that isn’t a violation of the law, it certainly strains at ethical positions.”

Read the rest of this sick relationship these types of Evangelicals have with the law. The LDS Church makes no bones about keeping Religion and Candidates separate. Let’s not forget that at this point, Mike Huckabee has no PRAYER to win and is only in for his usual vindictiveness against someone who is successful

Go here to read more.

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A campaign commercial by the group, “Citizens United” calls John McCain “surprisingly liberal,” noting he voted against the Bush tax cuts twice, advocated more restrictions on gun owners, and joined Ted Kennedy to sponsor amnesty for illegal aliens.

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Go to CNN to see it all. See “Dial Testers On McCain”

 

Watch all of them to get a very clear understanding that McCain is wrong on so many levels. He fails miserably as any kind of leader for this American Nation.

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WASHINGTON – John McCain, who ended the year with a $4.5 million debt, plans six coast-to-coast fundraisers in three days to capitalize on his Florida victory and front-runner status and build on the $7 million he raised in the first three weeks of January.

McCain’s end-of-year financial reports, filed late Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission, showed he raised $6.7 million during the last three months of 2007 and had $3 million cash in hand, not counting end-of-year debt.

He also got a significant boost from a $3 million line of credit from Fidelity Bank & Trust, a loan he secured in November as he prepared to mount a campaign-salvaging stand in New Hampshire.

 

Read more here.

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As Gov. Romney says, years of being under Democrat rule has been a deciding factor in Michigan’s current state of affairs. See this article brought up by Drudge Retort:

Let’s have some fun in Michigan

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