Well said, Joseph. I am truly afraid of Ron Paul’s theology concerning foreign governments, although I detest the idea of engaging in war. But I agree: Conservatives should accept his economic ideas, no matter their party affiliation.
Today is the first time I have seriously looked at WND since you folks were doing your warmongering for the Iraq war. While the futility of that war should be readily apparent to the casual observer now, it is with saddened heart that after eight or nine years I come back and you folks are demanding yet another war. This time with Iran.
I guess it is impossible for the so-called followers of the Prince of Peace to learn anything. Therefore on this day, Jan. 16, 2012, at the age of 60 and a lifelong Christian, I am hereby turning in my Christian Card. Here is my Christian Card. Here is my Bible, and I officially repudiate any and all ... continue reading »
Your column about Rick Santorum is a sad commentary on the Christian community. So, more than 100 Christian conservatives decided Rick Santorum is their champion?
Santorum voted for all the bloated Bush budgets, the No Child Left Behind DOUBLING of the unconstitutional federal Department of Education and the prescription drug bill (so he’s really against socialized medicine?).
When an actual pro-life, free-market candidate emerged to challenge the ghoulish Arlen Specter, who did Tricky Rick support? Well, you know the answer. Rick Santorum actively campaigned for the baby- ... continue reading »
I like Santorum, and among GOP candidates he is by far the best choice for moral conservatives. He also comes in first for his pragmatic ideas on the need to reverse the manufacturing decline in America and his zeal for hitting Obama on the unconstitutional appointment of Cordrey (“He [Obama] does whatever the hell he wants”).
Santorum’s lack of boots-on-the-ground organization is just an indication of his late entrance into the race (June 2011). Leadership abilities are manifested in difficult times, and it’s important to have a man with true core convictions.
You’ve done the eligibility-billboard campaign and the pink-slip campaign. I believe the time has come – no, let me re-phrase that – the time is overdue that a simple straightforward letter be sent to every member of Congress and the Senate stating the following:
For three years now we the citizens have watched as the greatest fraud in the history of our country has been taking place. The evidence now available against the individual residing in the White House is mountainous, and it all points to the fact he is not eligible to be where he is.