Newt Gingrich: Impeach judges – Crush and Replace the Left – 2012 “Victory or Death!”

We have conservative patriots who are prepaed and willing to lead America back to its rightful standing. I believe Newt is one of those patriots!

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  1. Here is a man I can vote for.
    Jack Cavenah

    1. Senator-Blutarsky

      I cannot, under any circumstances. I dont get “wowed” by cheap rhetoric. I look at records. He is an establishment insider and a big government junkie as well as an avowed internationalist.

      In 1993, Gingrich proved himself invaluable to Clinton and the Democrats in Congress when he garnered enough Republican support to pass the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the precursor for development of an eventual North American Union, following the same trajectory that has occurred in Europe with the emergence of the EU.

      The next year he followed suit by supporting the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO). As Minority Whip, he could have postponed the lame-duck vote on GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) that subjected Americans to the WTO. Gingrich’s Benedict Arnold act helped to hand over the power to regulate foreign commerce, a power reserved in the Constitution to Congress alone, to an internationally controlled body, making America’s economic interests entirely at the mercy of the WTO.

      Gingrich knew GATT sounded the death knell for American sovereignty. In testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee prior to the lame-duck session, he said, “We need to be honest about the fact that we are transferring from the United States at a practical level significant authority to a new organization…. This is not just another trade agreement. This is adopting something which twice, once in the 1940s and once in the 1950s, the U.S. Congress rejected…. It is a very big transfer of power.”

      Gingrich backed federal education funding from his earliest days in office, though the Constitution gives absolutely no authority over education to any branch of the federal government. He helped garner support to create President Jimmy Carter’s Department of Education in 1979.

      Another con-game Gingrich played was the much-acclaimed “Contract With America,” the Republican Party’s supposed answer to big government. It turned out to be a public relations smokescreen to cover various unconstitutional measures that Congress planned to pass under Gingrich’s leadership. The Contract included a “balanced budget amendment,” which amounted to a Republican excuse to continue spending while claiming to fight for fiscal conservatism

      In 1994, Gingrich described himself as “a conservative futurist.” He said that those who were trying to define him should look no further than The Third Wave, a 1980 book written by Alvin Toffler. The book describes our society as entering a post-industrial phase in which abortion, homosexuality, promiscuity, and divorce are perfectly normal, even virtuous. Toffler penned a letter to America’s “founding parents,” in which he said: “The system of government you fashioned, including the very principles on which you based it, is increasingly obsolete, and hence increasingly, if inadvertently, oppressive and dangerous to our welfare. It must be radically changed and a new system of government invented — a democracy for the 21st century.” He went on to describe our constitutional system as one that “served us so well for so long, and that now must, in its turn, die and be replaced.”

      Another explanation for Gingrich’s liberal voting record is that he has been a member, since 1990, of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a group founded in 1921 as a think tank of influential politicians and policymakers dedicated to sacrificing national independence to create a global government. He showed his fidelity to internationalism in a speech at the Center for Strategic and International Affairs in July of 1995 when he brazenly admitted his disdain for our founding document.

      “The American challenge in leading the world is compounded by our Constitution,” he said. “Under our [constitutional system] — either we’re going to have to rethink our Constitution, or we’re going to have to rethink our process of decision-making.” He went on to profess an oxymoronic belief in “very strong but limited federal government,” and pledged, “I am for the United Nations.” That is certainly no surprise since his mentor is none other than former Secretary of State and National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger (also a CFR member and one-world internationalist).

      On other occasions Gingrich expressed his admiration and regard for establishment insiders Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and George Catlett Marshall, praising what they had done to bring about international government. Gingrich scorned any connection with “isolationists” (a dirty word used to describe anyone who defines free trade as the ability to conduct international business unfettered by unconstitutional regulations) in a speech given at the Nixon Center for Peace and Freedom on March 1, 1995. He cited his work on NAFTA, GATT, and various foreign aid measures, and concluded saying, “I’m always curious why there’s some presumption that [I am] in any way isolationist.”

  2. You have to be joking? There is no republican other than Ron Paul that has the base of understanding that the founding fathers had and believed in. And he can’t get elected.
    Get rid of corporate America and let the small businesses and mom/pop shops become revived. That’s what made America through WW11. Then the rich/infamous/power mongers took control.
    Go read what Eisenhower said about the military complex in his last 3 months or so of his last year of being our president.
    This is not to say that our current pres is any better/worse.
    I didn’t vote for him but I’d rather have Clinton back for a 3rd and 4th term. He worked with a republican congress, got things done, left office with a balanced budget and a huge surplus. I can overlook the little blue dress incident, look at his wife. I would have too! I’m so mean it seems at times. My bad.
    Then lil george comes in and guts us.
    Only in America.
    No wonder people laugh at us. I do too at times. We are dysfunctional and self destructive as all known democracies have been throughout history.


  3. Stephen, Question for you. Is it the house and senate that are supposed to control spending or the president? I know that the president proposes a budget, and so does the house, then they seem to either compromise or they don’t. I don’t remember who was in control in the house during Clinton(repubs you said). Do youthink they had anything to do with the surplus?

    As far as foriegn policy, I have to abdicate to those more knowledgable than my self about what needs to be done, but I have been reading different opinions on cause and effect of confrontations. Seems US gets a little self righteous at times, is that what you guys are calling imperialistic?

    Are there any specific recommendations (other than Mr.,Doctor Paul)
    you are hoping for or specifically advocating?

    I was always told ‘if your going to bitch bring the alternative to the table. ‘

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