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Well, Flap knew Ron Paul would not return Don Black of Stormfront.Org’s $500 donation weeks ago. But, listen to his myriad of excuses anyway:

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Flap’s favorite:

  • “Why give it (the money) back to him and use it for bad purposes.”

Is Ron Paul clueless that he is legitimizing this Neo-Nazi creep?
Ron Paul understands and will take their support. But, Paul is going to lose and lose big regardless of how much Jew-hating money he receives.

And, Ron Paul associates with all of these types too:

Of course, Ron Paul is different. He sympathizes with the

American voters understand and marginalize this kind of behavior. For the other 5 per cent or so that support this CRANK, the question is WHY?

Stay tuned……

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Ron Paul Watch: The Neo-Nazi Problem


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Romney for President Campaign Ad

Mitt Romney’s lies, flip-flops and oddities are becoming more of a habit. This time Romney LIES about Mike Huckabee’s record on methamphetamine laws and clemencies he granted as governor of Arkansas.

  • The ad says Romney “got tough on drugs like meth” while governor of Massachusetts, but the legislation he supported never passed, and his state’s laws are much weaker than Arkansas’. Convicted meth dealers face both minimum and maximum prison terms in Arkansas that are four times longer than those in Massachusetts.
  • The ad misrepresents news articles, implying that they supported Romney’s actions as governor when that’s not what the news organizations said. One article, in fact, gave critical views of Romney’s refusal to issue a pardon.

Good ol’ Mitt:

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Update:

Romney today continued the attacks on Huckabee:

As evidenced by his television ads, Romney has a vested interest in making sure that Huckabee’s record is well-publicized. Those attacks, he says, are issue-based, justified, and fair.

“I noticed that Gov. Huckabee was not happy with the fact that I’ve been laying out his positions on a number of areas such as crime and immigration,” he said. “But I don’t recall him in any way criticizing the facts. He DID pardon 1,033 people. He did pardon 12 murderers.”

“He talks about the attacks not being fair,” he added. “But they’re accurate.”

Actually, they are inaccurate.

What is accurate is that Mitt will Say, Do anything to get himself elected.

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Mitt Romney Watch: Another Mitt Illegal Immigration Gaffe

Mitt Romney Watch: Planned Parenthood Support Plagues Romney Campaign

Mitt Romney Watch: The Mormon Affinity Vote and Iowa Expectations

Romney’s Race to Lose?

Mitt Romney Watch: Romney Should Apologize About NRA Lie

Mitt Romney Watch: Did “The Speech” Solve Romney’s Mormon Problem?

Mitt Romney Watch: “Sanctuary Mansion” Landscapers Fired by Romney


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John McCain’s new ad in New Hampshire.

Will McCain win the media war against Mitt Romney in Iowa and New Hampshire?

McCain may be the Comeback Kid.


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Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain (R-AZ) arrives for a campaign stop in Hillsborough, New Hampshire December 17, 2007 where Senator McCain received the endorsement of Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT).

The Mac is back is right. The latest Rasmussen New Hampshire Poll shows McCain ONLY 4 points off the lead held for months by Mitt Romney.

The Poll:

  • Mitt Romney – 31% (34%, 11/29)
  • John McCain – 27% (15%)
  • Rudy Giuliani – 13% (15%)
  • Mike Huckabee – 11% (14%)
  • Ron Paul – 7% (8%)
  • Fred Thompson – 3% (3%)

So, what has changed with John McCain? The endorsements of the Nes Hampshire Union Leader, the Boston Globe and lately Senator Joe Lieberman certainly have not hurt.

Will McCain be able to pull off the comeback win?

Very possible as Rudy Giuliani voters may now migrate to McCain if they sense Rudy has little chance to win.

Stay tuned…….

Update:

New Rasmussen Poll numbers out of Iowa also show a McCain surge with a decline in Huckabee.  Will McCain be the Romney stopper?

Mike Huckabee 28%
Mitt Romney 27%
John McCain 14%
Rudy Giuliani 8%
Fred Thompson 8%
Ron Paul 6%
Tom Tancredo 2%
Duncan Hunter 1%

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Former Democrat, Now Independent Senator Joseph Lieberman to Endorse GOP Senator John McCain for President

John McCain Watch: McCain Endorsed by Boston Globe and Des Moines Register

John McCain Watch: New Hampshire Union Leader Endorses McCain

John McCain’s Mother Trashes Mormons of Salt Lake for Olympic Scandal

John McCain Watch: Woodstock

Will McCain Back Rudy?

Rudy Giuliani Watch: Giuliani – McCain Ticket?


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