Richard Nixon 1960 : “I’m not going to be the one to bring up the subject of Kennedy’s religion”

The Obama propaganda machine wants to pick another Republican candidate who can’t win.

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49 Responses to Richard Nixon 1960 : “I’m not going to be the one to bring up the subject of Kennedy’s religion”

  1. Tony Duncan says:

    I just did a gig for Chrysler! If you guys pay taxes, I want to thank you for my upcoming paycheck 😉

    And if the “machine” had any brains it would make sure Palin won the nomination.

  2. NoMoreGore says:

    They’re constantly trying to claim he’s the front runner. But he might as well be Obama’s little Albino brother. He’s a progressive. Worse than Gingrich.

  3. Andy WeissDC says:

    The establishment will be thrilled by our usual choice between two weak candidates, even if no one else is.

  4. PhilJourdan says:

    As long as we let them, the media will pick only republicans the democrats can beat (or are the easiest to beat). I think any can beat Obama now (that can change as we still have over a year to go).

    Romney is a nice guy, but he has 2 big handicaps. Romney Care and his home state.

  5. suyts says:

    I will be an interesting primary. I know of no Repub that wants Romney to get the nomination but there are liberals out east that call themselves Republicans…..strange, I know. Cain is making some great noise, but I really don’t think he’s going to get the nod. Pawlenty and the rest of the pack seem too timid, afraid of making a mistake, to make any headway. Its sad, they learned nothing from Reagan. In spite of what some may think of his presidency, he was a master of deflecting MSM criticism and howls from the left. He was forceful in his statements, mocked the criticism and communicated his ideas. If a conservative is to win, they must be willing to make forceful statements. As in one of Steve’s prior articles, and I’m paraphrasing……“They need to grow a pair!!!” Do they not understand why Palin and Bachmann are wildly popular? It is because they have the willingness to engage and state their case.

    Does anyone know why Bobby Jindal is taking a pass on this?

    • Latitude says:

      I love Trump, and think he would be a hoot…..
      ….but I really wish Cain would get it, end up being the best president we ever had, and put a stop to all this racial mess…………

    • PhilJourdan says:

      Suyts, you say “They need to grow a pair”, and then immediately segueway into the Republican women. Who apparently do not need to grow a pair since they both have the only pairs in the primary field! But it was an amusing read!

      In 1980, the liberals all warned us how the republicans were going down to historic defeat by nominating Reagan (and thus why Anderson ran as a 3rd party). We all know what happened that year.

      Let Tony get his wish – nominate Palin! And throw in Bachman as her running mate. For a REAL change.

      • I agree, Plain would be unstoppable – which is why Obama and the Dems are doing every dirty trick in the book to stop her.

      • Latitude says:

        The funniest thing lately is the media tried to deflect all the attention Weiner was getting….
        ….by trying to make a big deal out of Palin’s emails
        and it totally backfired on them………..

      • PhilJourdan says:

        Ah, yes the emails! As I heard one commenter state – we know more about someone who has never run for president- than we do the president of the US!

        I wonder if all those progressives pouring over those thousands of pages think it was a useful expense of their time? probably so – they really have no life otherwise.

      • Latitude says:

        yeah, a soccer Mom worried about booze in the house with a bunch of teenagers……….

      • Ill wind blowing says:

        “I agree, Plain would be unstoppable – which is why Obama and the Dems are doing every dirty trick in the book to stop her.”

        I don’t care about political posts on a website that that is dedicated to Global Warming issues; even if those political threads have absolutely nothing to do with GW.

        However, the statement above, and its confirmation by many posters, says a lot about their perception of Global Warming. 😉

      • NikFromNYC says:

        “I agree, Plain would be unstoppable – which is why Obama and the Dems are doing every dirty trick in the book to stop her.”

        Actual polls beg to differ:

        I find that she motor mouths too much. I have yet to hear a single solitary woman in real life sing her praises either. Oh boy did they ever gush about Obama though!

        • After the Republican Convention the GOP polls went up 20%. When she gets a chance to speak for herself, people love her. The MSM is doing everything they can to misrepresent her.

      • Scott says:

        Believe it or not, but I’m going to agree with IWB here:

        Ill wind blowing says:
        June 13, 2011 at 5:57 pm

        I don’t care about political posts on a website that that is dedicated to Global Warming issues; even if those political threads have absolutely nothing to do with GW.

        I agree with it unless the posts are heavily (and directly) tied to CAGW. Of course, this applies to warmist sites like Tamino’s and Joe Romm’s too. 😉


    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:


      Does anyone know why Bobby Jindal is taking a pass on this?

      Both Jindal and Rubio are not Natural Born Citizens. They are only legal citizens. They are not eligible to run for President. But many Republicans like them and that may be the reason Republicans are not pursuing that Obama is not a Natural Born Citizen. If everyone becomes aware that both parents have to be born in the United States then Jindal and Rubio are out.

      • PhilJourdan says:

        Sorry, Amino, they both are. First generation (born to immigrant parents), but both are eligible to be president.

      • Latitude says:

        AAM, Marco was born in Miami. He’s my nephew’s best friend, they went to HS together…………….

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        I know Rubio and Jindal were born in the United States. I did not say they weren’t.

        Both parents have to be born in the United States for their children to be natural born citizens. Neither Rubios or Jindal qualify. But both Rubio and Jindal were born in the United States. That is not enough. Natural Born Citizen is a stricter category. Both PARENTS have to be born in the United States also to be a ‘natural born citizen’.

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        Neither are eligible to be President. But that is Constitutionally speaking. The average person does not know what the Constitution says. America only has ideals of what it says.

      • PhilJourdan says:

        Sorry Amino, but that is not correct. Clearly, and it has never been disputed by anyone, Barack’s Father was not born in the US (nor was he ever a citizen). The alleged problem with Obama was that he was not born in the US (that is the debate). It is only required that the person have been born in the US (or of US Citizens in a jurisdiction under US law at the time of birth).

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        But it has been disputed. The Founding Fathers used Vattel’s definition of Natural Born Citizen for qualification for President. And that is, both parents had to be born in the United States. This was to aid in eliminating England from sending a man and woman devoted to England to have a child in the States specifically for the purpose of being a Trojan Horse (of sorts) President.

        Both parents must be born in the United States. Do a Google and YouTube on it. Take a few weeks to read. You’ll see what I’m saying is Constitutionally correct.

      • PhilJourdan says:

        That was superceded by the 14th amendment. I guess by that time, they were not afraid of England doing a royal switch.

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        Does The 14th Amendment apply specifically to those running for President? I think it’s more about freed slave, isn’t it?

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        The 14th Amendment changed that one had to be a ‘natural born citizen’ to run for President?

      • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

        I have to go for a few hours. I’ll pick up the conversation later.

  6. Latitude says:

    Don’t forget, 75% of this country did not vote for Obama….
    50% voted
    out of that 50%, only 1/2 voted for Obama………

    Personally, I’m glad McCain did not win…..
    If he had, we would have some form of cap and trade, carbon credits, government welfare medicine, etc

    As it is, the democrazies went so overboard, it woke everyone up.
    If O’bammie had not won, we wouldn’t even have the Tea Party, so the liberals can blame him that that too…….

  7. Ira says:

    It’ll get even worse for the the Dems if Perry from TX decides to run. I want to see the Dems claim G W Bush is responsible for the bad economy but Obama is responsible for the job growth in Texas.

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      Speaking of the bad economy, we are being told the economy is recovering. But housing foreclosures are continuing. Unemployment continues to slowly rise. Small retail businesses are continue to slowly go out of business. Inflation continues. Another round of money printing is in the works. And Washington wants to continue to raise debt.

      The economy is continuing to go downhill. There is nothing being done by Washington—Republicans included— to stop it, only to make it worse. By the end of 2012 America may be in bad condition—possibly worse than the Great Depression..

  8. P.J. says:

    No such problems north of the border … a Conservative government for the next 4 to 5 years, much smaller defecits and overall debt, best economy of the G8, no talk of cap and trade, etc. From what I follow of U.S. politics, I can’t imagine what further damage 4 more years of Obama would do. It may end up that American refugees cross the border into Canada en masse :(.

  9. slimething says:

    Did the press raid Anthony Weiner’s emails yet?

  10. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Go Baby! GO! GO! GO!!!!

  11. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:


    Michele Bachmann: “For viewers who had never heard of the Minnesota Congresswoman before tonight, she put on quite a show. For the first 45 minutes of the debate, Bachmann dominated the stage with quotable lines galore and an audience hanging on her every word. She faded somewhat in the middle of the debate — particularly with her confusing answer on whether she supports a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage — but rallied in the closing moments. What Bachmann proved tonight? She’s ready for primetime.”

  12. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:


    Palin can’t beat Obama

    There have been few public defenders of Sarah Palin as zealous as John Ziegler……… Today, though, Ziegler commits what might be considered an apostasy of sorts……

    “But in spite of being approached by Sarah’s husband Todd only a month ago and specifically discussing the possibility, I won’t be working on any Palin presidential campaign. Why? Well, first of all, contrary to what geniuses like Andrew Sullivan and Howard Dean may want you to believe, there is absolutely no way that she can be elected. I’ve told this to her directly; more than once. While many pundits mistakenly think what she is doing is some Trump-like PR stunt, I’m pretty convinced she is running and in doing so will damage the prospects of any conservative defeating Barack Obama in 2012.

    These aren’t my only concerns.

    There’s also the fact that Sarah’s entire operation is increasingly managed like a CIA field office; that she’s adopted a bunker mentality; that she’s trusting the wrong people, some of whom I know are simply exploiting her. As a result, even those most loyal to her get tossed under the bus, with little or no effort to avoid the collateral damage. Which raises the question: if people like me who would once have taken a bullet for Sarah (and at least figuratively I did many times) can’t get behind her any more, what the hell happened?”

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      John Ziegler Defending Sarah Palin About Quitting Alaskan Governor, 7/6/09

    • PhilJourdan says:

      I discount the pundits not because I think they are necessarily biased – but because they just do not seem to be able to think outside the box. The same things being said about Palin 2012 were said 32 years ago by RWR. The Truth is we got a very bad president today. Why? Because of the Housing meltdown. ANYONE who was not an R would have won in 08.

      4 years later, the morass continues. Mainly because the policies that caused it have been propigated over the last 3+ years (I count the last 2 Bush years as basically Obama Years as far as policy is concerned). So while Obama promised change – all he was doing was promising to double down on the bad parts of Bush. And he did. And we see where that got us.

      FDR had 8 years to fix the nation with Keynesian policies. he failed miserably. Obama is not going to do it in 4 (or 6 if you count the Pelosi/Reid Years) or 10. It is time for a real change. A change we have not seen in anyone’s lifetime. And whoever gets the nod on the republican side – barring a war (wag the dog) starting will win it. Especially Palin.

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