Food for Thought

And the bombshells just keep on coming. For your convenience, below is a screen capture of the article found here:

In just two months, it will be over. The U.S. presidential election, I mean. Not the end of the world, but maybe. But maybe the end of our nation, as we have known it. No I will not be voting for Biden…. I am not voting for a man. I am not rallying for a personality. I am not pushing a person. At this point, I am voting for one thing and one thing only. I am voting for the principles for which this country has stood since it’s founding. I am voting for Constitutional government. I am voting for a strong and viable military. I am voting for a vibrant economy. I am voting for the right to keep and bear arms. I am voting for the freedom to worship. I am voting for a national recognition of the founding of our nation on Biblical principles. I am voting for the ability for anyone to rise above their circumstances and become successful. I am voting for my children and grandchildren to be able to choose their own path in life, including how and where their children are educated. I am voting for our borders to be open to everyone who enters under our law and closed to everyone who would circumvent or ignore the law. I am voting for the Electoral College to remain in place, so that a few heavily populated liberal centers do not control the elections. I am voting for a Supreme Court that interprets the Constitution rather than rewrites it. I am voting to teach history, with all of its warts, not erase it or revise it. I am voting for the sanctity of life from conception to birth and after. Now, there are some things I am voting against. I am voting against open borders. I am voting against a rampant welfare system that enslaves it’s recipients. I am voting against socialism, in all of its forms, including health care, redistribution, reparations, economics, governmental control, pedophilia, and criminal releases, etc. I would rather pay for prison reform than see the criminals released to repeatedly commit the same crimes!
So, although I don’t give blanket approval to everything our President has done or said in the past, I do support him as our president! I am not voting against Joe Biden, but I am voting against everything that the party backing him and propping him up stands for. It is not the Democratic Party of the past.

In the “Devil’s Disciple” author Bernard Shaw at General Burgoyne’s 1777 Saratoga surrender has Swindon ask “What will history say?” The General replies “History, sir, will tell lies, as usual.”

Currently, media outlets are deceiving us by reporting only the historical parts that suit their agenda. They find it inconvenient to talk about Senator Biden’s character assassination of Robert Bork, a Ronald Reagan nominee. Biden followed that by orchestrating the “high-tech lynching” inquisition of Clarence Thomas. The process has become contemptuous. Before the late 60s nominees were confirmed by bipartisan voice votes.

Today the press is indignant and outraged that President Trump would have the audacity to pick a nominee to replace Ruth Ginsberg, implying incorrectly that he’s breaking the law. The history is clear but, unfortunately, it won’t be discussed. When Antonin Scalia died, Senator McConnell recited the common precedence of confirming nominees.

Throughout American history, when the President’s party controls the Senate, they get to fill vacancies. However, historically when the opposite party controls the Senate, their Senators block nominees sent up in a presidential election year, and hold the seat open for the winner as occurred with Merrick Garland.

The Democrats and the press shouldn’t have been shocked in 2016 and shouldn’t be indignantly protesting now. The precedence is as old as the republic itself and Republicans should not cave in just to appease the Socialists.

Twenty-nine times in our nation’s history there’s been an opening on the Supreme Court during a presidential election year. All 29 times presidents in office forwarded his nominee, whether or not they had the votes to confirm.

US Presidents include Washington; Adams; Jefferson; Lincoln; Grant; FDR; Eisenhower and Obama.

22 of the 44 Presidents holding office have faced this situation, and all 22 made the decision to send up a nomination.

Dear Friends,

Incompetent, unfair, unlawful, non-transparent, uncivil.

That’s four years of Fontes.

Politicians say stuff like this all the time about their opponents. That threatens to make us just another campaign.

What sets us apart is this: we’ve spent the past few weeks putting together  this report  that documents all claims made and cites sources for every failing. So you don’t have to take our word. Instead, just follow the path that  The Arizona Republic ,  Arizona Capitol Times ,  The Associated Press , and others have laid out, and that we’ve merely organized.

It’s obnoxiously long. But we wanted to prove to you that: 1) we’re thorough, 2) we’re obsessed with winning this office and improving voting for Maricopa County, and 3) we wouldn’t make such claims unless we had real support.

Download the report here .

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It is the same in all big cities run by Democrats. What makes people vote for them?