posted on Oct, 26 2011 @ 01:01 AM
I want to address a comment someone made regarding faith not effecting someones ability to govern. Faith helps determine someones moral compass and
if they are true to their faith it influences everything about their life. Voters should understand that if you elect a devout Christian those
beliefs will be implemented to the best of their ability. A candidate won't disregard their faith for the sake of neutrality in government. It will
never happen. The problem is elected officials have forgotten that they are put in office to execute the will of the people not make decisions based
on their personal moral code.
I think Ron Paul is far and away the Candidate with the best plan to fix some of the damage done to this country. But I have to talk about this crap
Oldcorp has put out there. It's no better than the slants of any other news outlet anywhere. And the fact that he seems to think he's doing it
better and more objective than anyone else is a joke. He's putting out a rip piece on Cain and a puff up on Paul. He then claims in a post that
it's the only way to form an objective opinion.
The phone call issue was just childish and a total waste of airtime. Schedules change. Things happen. Stating unequivocally that your call was
being ducked is an opinion, not a fact. And with everything going on campaignwise I tend to think the ramblings of a popcorn reporter with an obvious
slant against his candidate isn't high on the priority list. So if his schedule did get jacked up Oldcorp certainly wasn't high on the list.
The really sad thing is oldcorp seems to think he's being objective. Listening to the puff piece on paul at the end makes it obvious that there
isn't anything objective about it. Ron Paul has never lied or flip flopped? I support Paul, but Old corp, what you said is a lie. You lied.
Because Ron Paul has lied and flip/or flip flopped. Here's a prime example...
Ron Paul is a MD. He's a devout Christian as well. In May of 2007 at an interview of GOP candidates, the candidates were asked about their view on
evolution. Paul stated he did believe in evolution. In december of 2007 in a different interview he stated that he believes in creation. Now at his
age we all know his opinion of that issue didn't change. He's a man of faith who always believed in creation. Which would make his initial answer
a lie. Which would make the 2nd answer a flip flop. I like Paul. but I wouldn't want a physician that denies evolution. He doesn't believe in
the adaptive creation, but the genesis variety. That's a weakness in my eyes.
It's also a huge stretch and definitely indicative of yellow journalism when you say no candidate in history has flip flopped as much as Cain. I
think Cain is a worthless candidate. And it's sad that you've got someone who recognizes Cain for the joke that he is thinking that your piece is
too editorialized and slanted to even fall in the category of legitimate news. Paul has never lied.... Remember the health insurance mandate when he
said 16500 new irs agents would be required to enforce it? Remember when he said "16,500 ARMED bureaucrats coming to make this program work." . . .
All the IRS agents are gonna be armed, ummm ok. I've seen Paul's ads touting the endorsement from Reagan. But in '88 Paul wanted to totally
disassociate himself from Reagan. Paul's 1996 newsletter stating only 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions. Again I support Paul. I love
the competing currency plan. He has flaws, he has lied and he has flip flopped. He isn't perfect. But he has some brilliant ideas. And some
completely moonbat ideas too.
Nut your piece is not neutral. It doesn't deal in facts. It deals in slanted opinion pieces. Which makes you CNN, MSNBC, Fox, Rush, the same as
every other crap news program out there that pretends to be neutral. Here's a brilliant idea. Report facts. Don't color them with your opinion.
Report facts and let the people figure it out for themselves. If you don't your just as bad as everyone else. And nobody is going to form the
objective opinion you want so badly listening to slanted trash journalism.
Religion is the main reason I can't support Romney. I think anyone who buys into Mormon beliefs is a nut. God demands you tithe ten% forever
regardless of your situation. Hot drinks are frowned upon by God. Jesus came to America. They do post mortem baptisms without familial consent. The
Church taught Jesus was a polygamist. I don't believe the bible, I understand too much about its history with the codices and it's creation. But
the LDS beliefs are crazy and with ROmney believing them I can't trust him to run our country. But that's me.
The sad thing is that every candidate thinks we elect them to rule. We elect them to carry out our wishes and govern based upon OUR beliefs not