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Government Is The Problem.

Trading Independence for Govt Security is a dangerous business. Watch “Hell on Wheels” Netflix  and “Turn” Netflix. Trusting U.S. Govt is a failed enterprise. http://bit.ly/1HOzYD6
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Btw, that is exactly what this Govt wants us to do, remember this line? “Trust Me”, as long as we trade in our independence. The choice is yours’

Do we want the Ronald Reagan’s?                    700_ronald_reagan

Or this guy?

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Trump quote about ===> John Mc’Cant

I call him John Mc’Cant, he has always been all talk, and no action. I blame him for Obama.

Donald J. Trump Republican candidate for US president
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I am not a fan of John McCain because he has done so little for our Veterans and he should know better than anybody what the Veterans need, especially in regards to the VA. He is yet another all talk, no action politician who spends too much time on television and not enough time doing his job and helping the Vets. He is also allowing our military to decrease substantially in size and strength, something which should never be allowed to happen.

Furthermore, he was extremely disrespectful to the thousands upon thousands of people, many of whom happen to be his constituents, that came to listen to me speak about illegal immigration in Phoenix last week by calling them “crazies”.

These were not “crazies”—these were great American citizens.

I have great respect for all those who serve in our military including those that weren’t captured and are also heroes.

I want to strengthen our military and take care of our Veterans. I want to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN especially for those that serve to protect our freedom. I am fighting for our Veterans!

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What? Rick Perry

AUSTIN – Today Governor Perry released the following statement in response to Donald Trump’s reprehensible comments on Senator John McCain.

“Donald Trump should apologize immediately for attacking Senator McCain and all veterans who have protected and served our country. As a veteran and an American, I respect Sen. McCain because he volunteered to serve his country. I cannot say the same of Mr. Trump. His comments have reached a new low in American politics. His attack on veterans make him unfit to be Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, and he should immediately withdraw from the race for President.

Apologize for what? For telling the truth? I’m a U.S. Army Veteran, and I’m hear to tell you Trump was not out of line here.  I remember Trump from his early years when he was 26 yrs old, and he is a smart, kind and decent man, I’ll bet he’s raised more money for charities than all Presidential Candates in the past 15 yrs, an exception might be Mit Romeny. 

Since 2000, when he ran for the Presidency the first time, I have repeatedly said “McCan’t is all talk and no action!” What has he done since 2000, or 2008 for his country? Talk, Talk, Talk, McCan’t is er-relative. Remember this,

“John McCain announced that he would suspend his campaign and asked that Friday’s debate be postponed. Why? Because of the “historic crisis in our financial system,” said McCain, who intends to return to Washington tomorrow to participate in Wall Street bailout negotiations on the Hill.”

Link to McCain’t dropping out article below.

Answer this question for yourself, what did the coward, McCain’t do to the fix the economy? hint; nothing.

Previously, over many years, I’ve always “had” the utmost respect for John McCain, I heard of him while I was serving my country, back in the day, he wasn’t a politician then, he was a soldier. But his despicable distasteful run against George W was enough for me to spit John McCan’t out. And his Post Shenanigans with the GOP over the past 15 years is disgusting.

Instead of addressing the issues, and telling us what Perry will do if elected POTUS, Rick Perry again shows, like ole Jeb, & McCan’t, how profoundly out of touch with the American people, he is, #smoke&mirrors.

Rick did a great job for the state of Texas now it’s time for him to blow away. Btw, Perry’s childish outbursts of fiery in his bid for GOP nomination, was quite frankly unacceptable to me. Rick Perry’s behavior then and now, is part of the Mammoth disease that has been destroying our GOP for many years.

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Check it =======> In Ronald Reagan’s own words…….

Ronald Reagan knew the answer in solving our problems lye with the American people. He also knew, The founders never intended for us to rely on Govt for solutions to our problems. Ronald Reagan knew that all to well. First of all, Govt doesn’t have any solutions, they are one of our problems to solve. Today, there is a very elongated extensive trail of wreckage on our path right behind us.

Never forget America the strength you posses, the power you possess to yield Govt expansion, and the unbridled sheer freedom that you are in control of, your inalienable right from God, not from Govt. Remember my fellow patriots, your ancestors fought the King of England, one of the most powerful Rulers/Govts in that 18th century, and in the end sent his royal ass back where it belonged.

Time after time again we turn to Govt to solve our problems, i.e. recently turning to SCOTUS to decide if GAYS have special rights, or turning to Govt to solve our educational problems. Another one is we’ve turned the presidency into an economic head quarters. America voted in Obama to fix the economy, really!

However, notwithstanding; as you’ll see below Ronald Reagan believed we had the tools, the resources, the sheer true grit of recycling the wreckage behind us, and the tenacious wherewithal coupled with our industrious ingenuity to rebuild a new America. The history of the 19th & 20th centuries prove that beyond a shadow of doubt. Obama & Hillary have no track record, but clearly the American people have one hell of a track record. We most certainly can do that again, rebuild our America, the one our ancestors left for us to watch over.

January 11, 1989 — Ronald Reagan’s farewell address to the nation

“I’ve spoken of the shining city all my political life…. And how stands the city on this winter night? … After 200 years, two centuries, she still stands strong and true to the granite ridge, and her glow has held no matter what storm. And she’s still a beacon, still a magnet for all who must have freedom, for all the pilgrims from all the lost places who are hurtling through the darkness, toward home.”

Never forget America the strength you posses, no tolerance for capitulation, the unbridled sheer freedom that you are in control of, your inalienable right from God, not from Govt.

Remember my fellow patriots, your ancestors fought the King of England, one of the most powerful Rulers/Govts in 18th century, and in the end they kicked his arrogant ass back across the seas.

The founders were in fact our relatives; merchants, farmers, business people, regular every day folks, just their decedents. We are no different than those brave men & women who won our independence both on the battlefront and the domestic front. Ok, we have smart phones today, but I assure you this, we have more tools & resources available to us than they could ever imagine. We must find a way to set America back on the right course of unlimited freedom before we perish, or independence will perish for sure………

 

 

June 1952 — From a commencement address at Williams Woods College, one of the oldest surviving speeches of Reagan’s

“I, in my own mind, have always thought of America as a place in the divine scheme of things that was set aside as a promised land. It was set here and the price of admission was very simple: the means of selection was very simple as to how this land should be populated. Any place in the world and any person from those places; any person with the courage, with the desire to tear up their roots, to strive for freedom, to attempt and dare to live in a strange and foreign place, to travel halfway across the world was welcome here.”

October 27, 1964 — from “The Speech”

“You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children’s children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done.”

March 31, 1976 — from his “To Restore America” speech, which included one of many references to his experiences during the Depression

“No one who lived through the Great Depression can ever look upon an unemployed person with anything but compassion. To me, there is no greater tragedy than a breadwinner willing to work, with a job skill but unable to find a market for that job skill. Back in those dark depression days I saw my father on a Christmas eve open what he thought was a Christmas greeting from his boss. Instead, it was the blue slip telling him he no longer had a job. The memory of him sitting there holding that slip of paper and then saying in a half whisper, ‘That’s quite a Christmas present,’ it will stay with me as long as I live.

1980 — during the 1980 presidential campaign

“A recession is when your neighbor loses his job. A depression is when you lose yours. And recovery is when Jimmy Carter loses his.”

July 17, 1980 — from his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention

“[The Democrats] say that the United States has had its days in the sun, that our nation has passed its zenith.… My fellow citizens, I utterly reject that view.”

January 20, 1981 — from his first inaugural address

“It is not my intention to do away with government. It is rather to make it work — work with us, not over us; stand by our side, not ride on our back. Government can and must provide opportunity, not smother it; foster productivity, not stifle it. This Administration’s objective will be a healthy, vigorous, growing economy. ”

Summer 1981

“I hope the people on Wall Street will pay attention to the people on Main Street. If they do, they will see there is a rising tide of confidence in the future of America.”

February 4, 1986 — from the State of the Union Address

“Government growing beyond our consent had become a lumbering giant, slamming shut the gates of opportunity, threatening to crush the very roots of our freedom. What brought America back? The American people brought us back — with quiet courage and common sense; with undying faith that in this nation under God the future will be ours, for the future belongs to the free.”

January 11, 1989 — farewell address to the nation

“I’ve spoken of the shining city all my political life…. And how stands the city on this winter night? … After 200 years, two centuries, she still stands strong and true to the granite ridge, and her glow has held no matter what storm. And she’s still a beacon, still a magnet for all who must have freedom, for all the pilgrims from all the lost places who are hurtling through the darkness, toward home.”

Carter’s “Crisis of Confidence” Now Obama’s Malaise!

Jimmy Carter’s Malaise speech is down below.

The definition of Malaise according to Wikipedia;

Malaise (/məˈlz/ mal-AZE) is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness, of being “out of sorts”, often the first indication of an infection or other disease. Malaise is often defined in medical literature as a “general feeling of being unwell”. The word has existed in the French language since at least the 12th century.

 

The term is also often used figuratively in other contexts; for example, “economic malaise” refers to an economy that is stagnant or in recession (compare depression). The term is particularly associated with the 1973–75 recession.[1] A speech made by President Jimmy Carter in 1979 is commonly referred to as the “malaise” speech, even though Carter did not actually use the term in this speech.

 I quote “Jimmy Carter had grown increasingly convinced that Americans had to face up to the energy crisis, but they only could do this if they faced up to the crisis in their own values,” says Kevin Mattson, author of “What the Heck Are You Up To, Mr. President?”, which examines the underlying themes of Carter’s speech. “He tried to push the energy crisis on to a kind of moral and civic plane, and the speech was used to unify around a sense of civic sacrifice.” end quote.  Kevin Mattson

I’m writing a book about the collapse of the middle class.  To be honest, I’m not a subscriber to the notion Obama losing in the fall is the, END ALL.  Yes I said Obama losing in the fall.  My calculations come from prior history such as Ronald Reagan’s chronological order of his journey to the Presidency to determine what will happen next.  In fact, I predicted, after Romney’s first interview back in 2007, or 2006, when he threw his hat in the ring first time,  that he might b the second coming of Ronald Reagan.

The subsequent events that took place post that interview would lead me to believe this.  I might be a little physic but it was history that told me so.  I remember saying to my wife right after King O’s winning the election that he had to win, in fact I told her that before the election of 2008.  If McShame had won, it would have continued the Dumicrat machines heckling of George Bush, Republicans.  McShame would have continued to spend us out of control, so on, and so on, and so on.  To me as I had said to my wife, King O winning was a blessing.  He would lead us into the promise land, really.  And he did that superbly, now here comes the second coming of Reagan. 

If you don’t believe me, just read your history, look at the similarities of both Reagan and Romney, in terms of events they were in involved with, THE PEOPLE, they were both Governor’s of blue states.  They both lost to two Republican losers. Ford and McShame.  Romney made his first attempt in the 80’s and his campaign didn’t go anywhere.  Reagan had the same results in 1968, while he was Governor of California.  Then both candidates came back a third time and won.  And both sitting Presidents, Carter & Obama, were complete failures sitting in a quagmire, their malaise.

As I said earlier I believe in history, Not craps in Las Vagas; https://politicalsleightofhand.com/2012/10/18/romney-wins-in-a-landslide-las-vegas-oddsmaker-doubles-down-on-prediction/ And that is for another blog, but the point is, Obama in my opinion is a symptom of a much greater problem in our great nation.  Does anyone remember HillaryCare?  Care to guess when HillaryCare ended?  That’s right it never ended, in fact it never began, @ least as the law was concerned.  But I will follow up on this in a future blog. 

Yet her plan never surfaced, legally, but the wreckage she left behind her was good enough.  HMO’S are in full swing and the American people are paying even more for health care.  When the ObamaCare law kicks in 2014, we will pay even more for healthcare.  In the after math of this event, people who couldn’t even afford health care  premiums will either starve to death or declare bankruptcy in record numbers.  This will finish the middle class off.  The end of  100 yr plan to send us back into proletariat land.

There was nothing wrong with health care, & the same group of people who could not afford health care premiums back in the 90’s are still with out health care today, because they cannot afford it.  Access/Cost has been the problem to health care all along. Ronald Reagan said it best, Government is the problem.  Obama is just a pawn, sent to Washington to destroy the middle class.  He failed to finish off completely, but he left carnage everywhere on his trail, his latest the deceased Ambassador for Libya. Don’t forget “The Fort Hood Shooting” (he wasn’t able to identify the terrorist there) 

There is a plethera of failures for this American President in terms of what he should have done for the American people. Once again, as did Clinton (amongst his scandals, he left us Bin Laden) Obama (amongst his scandals, 16 trillion in the hole) nuclear damage everywhere for a Republican President to clean up. 

Now Obama’s malaise blame it on everyone else, scold the American people, nothing good to say, telling us nothing new, reminding us that he is President and there ain’t a damn thing you Christians can do about it.  Always blowing his mouth off, “here’s what I’m going to do, (you know how he says Do”  Mr President I’m tired of the DODO, lol. 

I remember Carter’s speech as if it were yesterday.  Like Obama, he scolded the American people, he was telling us he doesn’t know what to do,  leaving us with ultimate melancholy .  But it was his tone, I think that’s why it was renamed the Malaise speech.  Thus the reason for this blog today. 

Ronald Reagan brought something to the American people that had been missing since Richard Nixon stepped down.  After much ponder I awoke to what it was that he gave us.  He gave us hope all wrapped up in gift paper, and We The People believed in his HOPE.  The country by then had gone into a deep dark slump much like the one we are in now.  America was exhausted.  Inflation had taken it’s toll sliding us into this malaise.  And all Carter did in that speech was push us further down the slope of no return.  That speech was all about Carter.  Carter like Obama promised to restore America.  Of course, I believed neither one of them.  And of course they did not.

Honestly I don’t know what Carter’s problem was.  Obama is part of a large movement to destroy America’s infrastructure, but Jimma, well probably a budding pacifist, and looking to change the way American President’s do business. He loathed the military, as did Clinton, but Carter really despised the military, maybe he had a bad experience in the Navy. He chopped our military down to a United Nations military.  In the end he would not use force to pound Iran for the “Hostages Crisis.”  I was deployed at the time on a secret mission to get the hostages out, it was cancelled after we were underway. Perhaps he wanted to Make America a Martyr state, I don’t know.

By the time Ronald Reagan came around we were desperate, but not ready to elect another clown.  Our arms were closed, we didn’t trust Washington any longer, much like today.  But I will tell you what, when that jolly face, radiating with hope, love, care, looked into our faces, he didn’t have to talk at all.  Ronald Reagan spoke to us through his God like eyes, and said don’t worry my friends, America is great and she will rise again.  The country passively became enthusiastic again.  Our spirits were lifted to a brand new level.  Ronald Reagan slowly began to build our confidence again, the crisis had subsided.

You see Ronald Reagan knew that the only solution to our economic problems, and our lack of ingenuity was The American people.  And he was right.  Every time Government tries to fix the problem it gets’ worse.  Just look at the recent changes in the King O credit card changes, or the banking industry, or how about ObamaCare!  The Government tried to save Vietnam, how did that turn out?  Those were just a few examples.

In closing I saw God peering through Romney’s eyes early on I think after the New Hampshire primaries, in his victory speech.  God has chosen Romney to carry the torch for Ronald Reagan.  I know that Mr Reagan is smiling down on us with great Hope that the American people will rise up and make America great again.  Amen!

President Jimmy Carter – “Crisis of Confidence” Speech – YouTube.

Was later changed to the Malaise speech.

MAY GOD LIGHT THE PATH BEFORE YOU MR ROMNEY

“”The name of American, which belongs to you, in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of Patriotism…. It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself, and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country, and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be co-extensive with the world, and stamp political happiness or misery on ages yet unborn.” –George Washington”

I have been known for many years espousing Romney may b the second coming of Ronald Reagan.

My belief is that he will grow into a great President, as did the Gipper. Most people never stop to think President Reagan was known as only an actor, and a former Governor of Left Wing California.

Post Jimmy Carter, we all thought another clown was about to enter the White House. Needless to say, we were all wrong about Ronald Reagan who I consider my third Grandfather.

Mitt will never replace Ronald Reagan, yet he will, in my mind, do great things, and become his own great President. I trust a man who fears God, & cares deeply for his Wife. And his wife trust’s him. President Romney will in my estimation do what’s right for America, not for his political cronies.

May God shine on you Mr Romney with fervor through out your Presidency. And grant u the wisdom to pull our great nation out of bondage, as did Moses, leading us into a greater than before. A nation our Founders, Abraham Lincoln, and yes Ronald Reagan knew it could b.

 

 

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