Thanks to Mark Levin for bringing this to my attention on his broadcast this evening.
Sherrod Brown is endorsed by the radical group J Street.
Sherrod Brown is one of the most liberal senators in the United States.
I’ve posted before about Sherrod Brown’s lies.
Visit Josh Mandel’s site here.
Josh is a retired Marine who is a consitutional conservative who, as a 35 year old, really does represent a new generation of leaders.
Go visit his site today.
Posted by Alberto Pardo on April 5, 2012
Newt Ally Says We’re Doomed.
If Newt’s pals are saying that picking Romney will cause the GOP to lose in November, they’re right. Since Newt has zero chance of winning any more states, the logical assumption for anyone who doesn’t want to lose against Barry is to PICK RICK.
What I found really funny was that HW Bush endorsed Romney. Yep, a moderate who lost his second election. Hehe.
Posted by Alberto Pardo on March 29, 2012
Michelle Malkin is the Queen of Enigmas. She should have her own playing card, too, and replace the King of Dollars (you can find him currently in the White House).
Her Lead Article today is titled “For Santorum.”
In it, she outlines what I went over the other day in my last post – what Romney and Gingrich’s holes are, and why we shouldn’t nominate them. She also goes over Ron Paul for a bit (while maintaining apparent sanity), and also covers all of Santorum’s pros, which I’ve been outlining for ages (here, here, here, and here).
The real question is, does this mean Michelle is endorsing Rick? Is she joining forces with Zilla of the Resistance, The Other McCain and David Limbaugh? Or is this simply a cryptic message? After all, she could have meant “Fore – Santorum!”
Or maybe she isn’t really the golfing type.
Posted by Alberto Pardo on January 30, 2012
First off, congratulations to Rick Santorum for winning the endorsement of roughly 150 social conservative leaders this past Saturday. While a lot of people are doubting the actual effects. Of the endorsement on South Carolina voters, I think that we’ll definitely see more support towards Santorum. I love when people say he isn’t electable because he only got 10% of the vote in New Hampshire. He spent a very short time campaigning there, spent 0 dollars on advertisements/mailers, yet managed to haul in 23,362 votes, just a few votes behind Newt Gingrich. He won 4 elections out of 5 attempts, with 3 of those campaigns being statewide — in Pennsylvania, a blue state. His campaign is focused on families and blue-collar workers, especially with his proposed 0% tax on manufacturing, and he has actually cooperated (to an extent, of course) with labor unions before. I find him more electable than Romney because this guy is absolutely unwavering in his stances. People like it when you know what you’re talking about, can interact with crowds, and have always stood by what you said. Unfortunately, we can’t say the same with Mitt Romney (cough cough http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_w9pquznG4&feature=youtube_gdata_player). Notice how this was in 2002 – not too long ago, especially when, 5 years later, he was running as pro-life in 2007 & 2008.
On another note, the Saddle Up Texas GOP Straw Poll happened on Saturday and, naturally, Ron Paul won. Frankly this is not very surprising considering that you could text in your vote – which undoubtedly boosted Paul a lot among the younger “libertarian” crowds. Factor in that Ron Paul has also been a Texan Congressman for several decades and you can see where a lot of his support came from. What’s notable, however, is that Rick Santorum came in second place, with 15.6% of 3,321 votes – not bad, considering that most pundits say he’s slipping. BS! He’s getting big crowds, pouring money into South Carolina – I’m ready for another surprise. Are you?
Posted by Alberto Pardo on January 15, 2012
After careful analysis, consideration, and thought, we have decided who to nominate for the 2012 election of the President of the United States of America. Our candidate is a strong conservative who will stand up for both our country and conservative values.
With this in mind, we officially endorse Rick Santorum for President of the United States. Rick is the guy without baggage who can take on Obama in a debate and emerge victorious. Rick supports the Ryan budget, wants to bring manufacturing back to our country, and will help fix the poverty in our country by promoting the family unit. Rick is a foreign policy HAWK, is against Islamic fascism, and is a champion of the unborn.
For all these reasons, we have decided to endorse Rick, and we will utilize all available resources in order to help him secure the nomination.
Posted by Alberto Pardo on December 28, 2011