Monday, July 31, 2006

Newt Not Best Choice

Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich is not the best choice for the Republican party in 2008.

There is too much controversy surrounding Gingrich that pull him down in the general election. Gingrich, like former President Bill Clinton, carried on a five year affair with House aid Callista Bisek which lead to his second divorce in 1999.

If a person can not be trusted in his marriage, how can he be trusted to govern over a country?

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Illegal Immigration Issue Important

The issue of the overflow of illegal immigration into the United States should remain important for the 2008 presidential election if it is not solved before that time.

Illegal immigration should be stopped, and soon. We do not know the backgrounds of the people who are coming across the border unidentified or what type of illnesses they may have.

Illegal immigrants should not be given special privileges, such as Hillary Clinton would like to give them. If illegal immigrants get those privileges, then why would they stop crossing the border?

This is a matter of safety for Americans and we need a President that will take a firm stand against illegal immigration.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Adams Right On Several Issues, but his chances are doubtful

Steve Adams is a computer soft ware designer and part time United Methodist pastor from Lexington, Kentucky. He is now running for President, not as a Republican, Democrat or Independent but, as a write-in.

Adams is right on many issues, such as abortion, marriage and capitol punishment which may attract some conservative votes but, Adams chances of even making a dent on the election are slim. Adams has held no previous public office and without having ballot access he will face even more hardship getting votes.

Although, I agree with Mr. Adams on many of his stands I would not vote for him. I believe he is too inexperienced and is just not ready for the White House.

If you would like to find out more on Steve Adam's campaign log onto his web site

Thursday, July 20, 2006

The Republican Presidential Nomination 2008

The Republican Party is headed for trouble. With Rudy Giuliani and John McCain as the front-runners for the 2008 GOP Presidential nomination it shows that the party’s leaders are turning liberal.

Conservatives will have to find a new choice in 2008 if candidates like Giuliani wins the Republican Party nomination. The Constitution Party may be an option but, it is already falling apart. Also, the CP has not even made a dent in any Presidential election since its founding in 1992.

The Republican Party will also be hurt if its nominee in 2008 is liberal. A conservative third party candidacy would take votes away from GOP and possibly hand the election to the Democrat’s candidate.
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