Sunday, April 29, 2007



From insider report:

1. Romney Takes Veiled Swipe at Giuliani on Abortion

Mitt Romney sought to score political gains against a key rival for the Republican presidential nomination by taking a thinly veiled shot at Rudolph Giuliani’s pro-abortion stance.

The swipe came amid charges that Giuliani has been inconsistent in his position regarding a ban on partial-birth abortions.

TG: Good thing we can rely on Mitt Romney to be steadfast and unwavering in his positions.

Friday, April 27, 2007



Suddenly Rudy Giuliani opposes queer marriage:

"Mayor Giuliani believes marriage is between one man and one woman. ... In this specific case the law states same sex civil unions are the equivalent of marriage and recognizes same sex unions from outside states. This goes too far and Mayor Giuliani does not support it.", the Giuliani campaign said Thursday in a written response to a question from the New York Sun.

This is a strange switch from Rudy, seeing as that he dresses like both a man and a woman, and has lived with a homosexual couple.

Thursday, April 26, 2007



In case anybody is still holding out for Fred Thompson after the two articles by Basil Harrington, here is more stuff that ought to scare any honest conservative away from him. This from a neo-con group who is considering supporting him.

Fred called last month for "a tolerant nation" on gay rights.

That leads to such things as queer marriage and discriminatory "hate crime" laws, where if you so much as voice your opposition to ungodly, unhealthy, unnatural, immoral sodomy, you can be imprisoned

Thompson served as a chief backer of campaign-finance legislation, which conservatives say diminishes their influence in politics.

Not to mention that it is a clear violation of free speech rights.

He remains a close friend and self-described "fan" of McCain, a conservative nemesis.

Birds of a feather. Thompson was only 4% more conservative than McCain in the American Conservative Union ratings, which tends to give Republicans about 20% more than the New American conservative ratings, which would have those two in the 50%-60% area. Hardly conservative in actuality.

While his position on abortion has wavered somewhat, he became a pro-life diehard recently while preparing for the birth of his two young children. "I have seen the sonograms of my babies," he told Bloomberg News in mid-April.

Is this sincere, or is it another last-minute "Pennsylvania Road" conversion like we are seeing out of Romney and Rudy?

Irregardless of his sincerity on that one issue, it's obvious that Fred Thompson is part of the Washington insider good old boy club. He will continue to push America away from its biblical and constitutional moorings and toward an international, socialist, New World Order.

Monday, April 23, 2007



I have a letter in my files from 1999. it is from the Wisconsin Governor's office on Wisconsin letterhead and signed by Governor Tommy Thompson.

It is Tommy's greetings to a queer conference. Here is the text:


On behalf of the people of the State of Wisconsin (TG: Not me!), I am pleased to invite all the participants of the 10 Percent Society (TG: the 10% figure is a myth and a lie) to hold the 1999 Midwest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender College Conference in the Badger State. I welcome the chance to offer you goodwill, friendship, and hospitality for the event.

... It is my pleasure to welcome you to the State of Wisconsin,"

Tommy sure was happy to invite and welcome the perverts. I wonder why he never sent us any glowing invitations for Christian activities in Wisconsin?



Rudy Giuliani has joined Mitt Romney in doing his best John "Flip-Flop" Kerry imitation. He is pretending to take more conservative positions on partial-birth abortion and gun rights. At least until next week. Just a week or so ago he was reaffirming his liberal positions.

Careful Rudy, you might pull a muscle or wrench your back with moves like that.

Friday, April 20, 2007



Fred Thompson: Liberal in Disguise

By Basil Harrington

It seems that conservatives are about to make the same mistake that they made in 2000. Every Cassandra warned the movement conservatives that GW Bush was a liberal, but they were all duped by his "compassionate conservatism," which we since have learned really means "liberal globalism."

Now, despite all the warnings, they are about to be conned by Fred Thompson too - another neocon (aka liberal globalist). Will they get what they deserve? Can people really be so shortsighted? In 2011 will we hear GOP cheerleaders, "If only I had known...."

Let's look at Fred Thompson on the issues.

First and foremost, let's ponder immigration, the greatest threat facing the West today. As Jean Raspail foretold in Camp of the Saints, the "best conservative novel ever written," a third-world invasion of the West is taking place, and we must make a stand - before it is too late.

Although tough talking on border control, Fred Thompson has a rather weak record from his time in the Senate. Americans for Better Immigration only gave him a career grade of C. And on chain migration, visa lotteries, reducing unnecessary visas, asylum fraud, and reducing amnesties, he received rather low marks.

Thompson is almost certainly pro-abortion, regardless what he feigns. He has said, "The ultimate decision must be made by the woman." In other words, he believes it's a "choice."

Thompson is pro-affirmative action, and his two votes in the Senate guaranteed that under-qualified minorities would be given preference over Euro-Americans (i.e. white people). Thompson obviously believes that victimology should trump hard work.

And like all neocons, Thompson supports free trade, which is destroying our economy and undermining our sovereignty. Historically, conservatives opposed free trade, and they should; it's national suicide. But Thompson like many GOP cheerleaders has been "neoconned" on this issue.

In foreign policy, Fred Thompson is an adamant neocon globalist. He is a fellow at the neocon American Enterprise Institute, and a member of the neocon/neoliberal Council on Foreign Relations, which supports the creation of a North American Union and the eradication of American sovereignty.

In short, Fred Thompson is no real conservative. He's a neocon globalist. Only look at his past actions, memberships and words.

We already have three real conservatives in the running (Tom Tancredo, Ron Paul, and Duncan Hunter) and let's give them the support they deserve. If Fred Thompson receives the nomination, I'm voting Constitution Party.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007



Neither of the Thompson Twins, actor Fred, or former WI Governor and RFID Verichip carrier Tommy Thompson are conservative options. Fred was exposed below. Here is Tommy's position on the 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms:

"I don't think [concealed carry has] been introduced and I would suggest it should not be." - Tommy Thompson, The Capital Times, December 6, 2005

"Gov. Tommy Thompson ... opposed 'concealed carry' then, and his chief of staff, John Matthews, said Thompson would oppose it now." - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, October 18, 1998

"It's one of the few issues that former Republican Gov. Tommy Thompson and his Democratic successor, Gov. Jim Doyle, ever agreed on: Both opposed efforts to legalize the carrying of concealed weapons." - The Capital Times, December 6, 2005



Yes it's a graphic photo, but we have to show that abortion is a heinous thing. It's not the same as removing tonsils.

Giuliani went further this weekend, telling an Iowa newspaper that pro-life advocates should get over the contentious issue. "Our party has to get beyond issues like [abortion],"

Yes Rudy. We can get beyond it if people like you would stop advocating killing babies.

"Our party is going to grow, and we are going to win in 2008 if we are a party characterized by what we're for, not if we're a party that's known for what we're against," he said.

Then why not be characterized as being for life?

BTW, Reagan was pro-life. He won two landslides. Bush Sr. was pro-life. He won a landslide. Bush Jr. claims to be pro-life. He won twice. Ford and Dole were pro-choice. They both lost (Ford lost to professed pro-life Carter). The life issue is a WINNING issue for Republicans. Why abandon it?

Giuliani, the former New York City mayor, has seen his polling numbers decline slightly because of his wide difference with most Republicans on the issue of abortion.

Abortion is a LOSING issue for Republicans, yet some dumb ones, like Rudy, cling to it anyway. At least Mitt Romney recognizes the need to give lip service to pretend to be pro-life to appeal to conservative voters.

Saturday, April 14, 2007



Because John McCain just voted AGAIN (April 11th, 2007) to continue using OUR tax dollars to KILL BABIES.

From Columbia Christians for Life (Steve Lefemine, Dennis Green, et al):

AGAIN! - Pro-abort, CFR-member, Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain (R-AZ) voted (AGAIN!) for federally-funded embryo destruction - destroying early human life with taxpayer dollars.

U.S. Senator John McCain, Republican candidate for U.S. President in 2008, who has previously already voted for federal funding of embryonic stem-cell destruction in July 2006 and who also already supports "exceptions" to a ban on surgical abortion; has voted (AGAIN!) on April 11, 2007 to use federal funds (our taxpayer money) to pay for the destruction of, and experimentation on, human embryos (S.5). See Senate bill S.5 at for details on the bill and the roll call vote in the U.S. Senate, where S.5 passed by a vote of 63 Yeas (including 17 Republicans) to 34 Nays and 3 Not Voting.

TG: Since ALL the medical benefits found so far have come from umbillical and adult stem cells, and NONE of the benefits have come from embryonic stem cell research (which requires KILLING the baby) there is NO REASON to continue EMBRYONIC stem cell research. The ONLY result of embryonic stem cell research has been DEAD BABIES.

Sunday, April 08, 2007



Usually Garry Trudeau's "Doonesbury" comic is too liberal to be funny. However, his week-long expose of the flip-flops of Mitt Romney has been hilarously true.

See the series at:

Friday, April 06, 2007



Mitt Romney is trying hard to pretend to be pro-gun, despite supporting the Brady law waiting periods, a ban on semi-autos, supporting Masachusetts's strict gun-control laws and signing into law one of the nation's tougher anti-semi-auto laws. Nobody could think Romney was pro-gun unless they were willingly ignorant.

Mitt joined the National Rifle Association last August as a "Lifetime" member. Could anybody be naive enough to be fooled by that?

The former Massachusetts governor said: "I purchased a gun when I was a young man. I've been a hunter pretty much all my life." , yet his campaign acknowledged that he has been on just two hunting trips - one when he was 15 and the other just last year. Both times for rabbits, or should I say, wabbits?



If RINO Rudy is such a strong supporter of Clinton's programs, why doesn't he drop out of the race and support Hillary? It would be consistent with his ideology.



Rudy Giuliani sure likes to confiscate OUR money and spend it on unconstitutional and unwise things.

Now he wants to steal OUR money to PAY LAWBREAKERS. Punishing us to reward lawbreakers.

Most Democrats aren't that liberal and socialist.

Thursday, April 05, 2007


I know many are hoping that actor Fred Thompson will uphold the Constitutional, conservative standard. But don't hold your breath waiting for him to enter the race and be our champion. You'll be sorely disappointed again. He is at least as good of an actor when it comes to portraying a conservative politician as he was portraying a conservative lawyer on Law and Order.

Fred Thompson: Neocon Globalist

By Basil Harrington

For the past few days, movement "conservatives" and GOP cheerleaders have been ecstatic that Fred Thompson, former Senator from Tennessee, may form an exploratory committee to seek the GOP nomination for president. "Now we'll have a conservative in there," said one person, who, I assume, has no idea what a real conservative is.

There already are two fine conservative candidates seeking the nomination: Ron Paul and Tom Tancredo. And Fred Thompson does not even come close measuring up to them.

Fred Thompson is a neocon globalist.

First and foremost, let's look at immigration. A third-world invasion of the USA is taking place, and it is up to patriots to stop it. As Jean Raspail taught us in Camp of the Saints, "the greatest conservative novel ever written," we can fight back and reverse the invasion, or we can watch the West be destroyed.

Although Fred Thompson is tougher than McCain and Giuliani on border enforcement, which isn't saying much seeing how they line up with Barack Obama, he had a rather lackluster record on immigration while in the Senate. As one commentator notes: "Overall, Americans for Better Immigration gives [Thompson] a career grade of C; on chain migration, C; visa lottery, C-; reducing unnecessary visas, F; on reducing asylum fraud, C-; on reducing amnesties, D; and on interior enforcement, C+. Although he was tough on border control, he was lacking in almost every other area."

Fred Thompson also supports affirmative action, and ideologically worships free trade, regardless how much it harms America. Historically, conservatives have opposed free trade, but Thompson, like others, has been "neoconned" into backing it.

He furthermore is a "fellow" at the American Enterprise Institute, one of the largest (and most sinister) neocon think-tanks, which demonstrates where his true loyalty lies. If you did not receive the Burkean memo, the transformation of the Middle East to liberal democracy is Jacobin, not conservative. There is not a single thing conservative about the membership of AEI. They are neocon/neoliberal globalists.

Why are neoncons backing Thompson? Ideally, being ex-Trotskyites themselves, neocons would prefer a liberal candidate, like McCain, Giuliani or Romney. But they see that conservatives deplore these candidates, and now are going to try to peddle Fred Thompson, who is just socially conservative enough and just tough enough on the borders, even if it is feigned, to woo naive GOP voters. But let's hope this nefarious neocon plot fails.

Let's pray that the more real conservatives learn about Fred Thompson, the more unacceptable he will appear. I, for one, should he receive the nomination, will vote Constitution Party.

Wednesday, April 04, 2007



Giuliani stands by support of publicly-funded abortions

He wants to steal MY money to kill someone else's baby.

"Ultimately, it's a constitutional right ..."

What Constitution is he following?

"There must be public funding for abortions for poor women," Giuliani says

Why must there be? Must there be public funding to cover for MY mistakes?

"We cannot deny any woman the right to make her own decisions about abortion."

Certainly she can make her own decisions on abortion. If she wants to abort herself, I won't stop her. If she wants to kill someone else, that's different.

TWO-FACED: (Mitt Romney and MCL)


Not long ago presidential candidate Mitt Romney had a "Pennsylvania Avenue" conversion (as opposed to a Damascus road conversion) on life issues like embryonic stem cell research and abortion. Despite doing absolutely nothing yet to substantiate his newfound position, he also got the immediate endorsement of the Massachusetts Citizens for Life.

We wondered how MCL could have as rapid of a conversion as Romney. In 2005 Marie Sturgis, legislative director of Massachusetts Citizens for Life, said she hasn’t detected any change in Romney’s stance. The group considers Romney to be an abortion-rights supporter, as do national anti-abortion groups such as the Family Research Council.

But all of a sudden:

“Having Governor Romney in the corner office for the last four years has been one of the strongest assets the pro-life movement has had in Massachusetts. His actions concerning life issues have been consistent and he has been helpful down the line for us in the Bay State.” –Marie Sturgis.

But Marie, just TWO years ago you said he was an abortion rights supporter, now you are saying he's been a strong, consistent pro-life advocate for the past FOUR years. What could possibly cause you to have such an extreme lapse of memory?

... as announced in Sunday’s New York Times, to help make a case for his supposed pro-life conversion, he gave Massachusetts Citizens for Life a $15,000 Christmas present in December.

Ahhhh, now I understand. Apparently life is a very valuable commodity to Mitt, Marie, and MCL - if you consider $15 grand worth selling out on all the preborn babies in Massachusetts.

If you read the entire article at the above URL, you'll see that Romney made some pro-abortion statements AFTER his supposed "Pennsylvania Road conversion".

If you read the article here (, you'll see that Gov. Romney seems to have successfully played this same game before.

I'm biting my tongue in an effort to withhold from calling Romney and Sturgis liars.