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If J. Edgar Hoover was a Transvestite then is Rudy Giuliani a Gay?

Is the Iraq War more Important than Christian Voters? Unsubstantiated rumors that J. Edgar Hoover dressed as a drag queen have lead to numerous liberal books that claimed he could have been homosexual. Why is the fact that Giuliani dressed as a drag queen many times not evidence that he could be gay? If he is not homosexual, he has a anti-Christian gay agenda that belongs in the Democrat Party? A bigger question is why are so-calling conservative pro-family types such as Pat Robertson, Sean Hannity as well as Fox TV covering up Giuliani's real agenda and homosexual behavior. Why are numerous conservative talk shows hosts around the country covering up Giuliani's real agenda and homosexual behavior? Is the Iraq war more important than Christian voters? Fred Is Rudy Giuliani Homosexual? Read the evidence. Rudy Giuliani dressed as a drag queen doing a skit with Donald Trump for his annual press roast in 2000. Rudy Giuliani dressed as a drag queen in 1997. A video slide show. ht

Are Liberalism and Radical Islam really the same Thing?

Christians and all persons who believe in reason and transcendent truths are at war with liberal theorists and radical Islam. English professor Louis Markos in his book Lewis Agonistes thinks that liberal theorists and radical Islam are at war with analogy in the arts and literature as well as with “transcendent truths in material images.” Markos says liberals of the Enlightenment mind set believed only in materially observable “facts” and denied the existence of “transcendent truths in material images” be it art, literature or God. Postmodernist took it a step forward by proclaiming that not only is God dead, but language is dead. They believe that words have no meaning even materially observable “facts.” Radical liberal theorists of the postmodernist and Enlightenment mind set showed that this thought lead to violence against human life. Lenin and Stalin were Enlightenment men and Hitler was a follower of the postmodernist Nietzsche. Pro-choicer of the kind that kill unborn babies an

Schlafly is for Duncan Hunter

Schlafly not keen on GOP frontrunners October 22, 2007 Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly is expressing strong dissatisfaction with the top-tier Republican presidential candidates. She also questions the validity of the results of the Values Voters straw poll on Saturday. Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly says most of the GOP candidates who have been designated frontrunners are globalists. According to Schlafly, candidates Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson, John McCain, and Mike Huckabee all “need to wake up” and realize they need the votes of Reagan Democrats to win. “I think that’s a great mistake for the Republicans. I feel that it’s very important that they reach out to people on the jobs issue,” Schlafly shares. “I was quite disappointed with the debate that was broadcast from Michigan, which is an economically depressed state, and they didn’t appear to have any sympathy or compassion for all the millions of people who’ve lost their jobs that have moved to China.” In th

Should we Beware of Huckabee?

I prefer Huckabee to Giuliani, Romney, McCain and Thompson, but Baldwin makes some valid points. Fred Christians Need To Beware Of Mike Huckabee by Chuck Baldwin November 2, 2007 With Christian conservatives trying to scramble to find a Republican presidential candidate they can support, some of them seem to be coalescing around former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee. Janet Folger, especially, seems to be trumpeting his candidacy. But is Mike Huckabee someone Christian conservatives should be supporting? Not everyone thinks so. Randy Minton, chairman of the Arkansas chapter of Phyllis Schlafly’s national Eagle Forum, said, “We called him a pro-life, pro-gun liberal, when I was in the state legislature and he was governor.” Phyllis Schlafly herself was even more direct. President and Founder of Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly, said this about Governor Huckabee: “He destroyed the conservative movement in Arkansas, and left the Republican Party a shambles.” She went on to say, “Yet some of

Who is Phyllis Schlafly? Who are Ron Paul’s supporters?

Here is one of the best summaries on Phyllis Schlafly, Ron Paul and Paul’s supporters. Fred on November 4, 2007 at 1:35 am5 Jim Palmisano Who is Phyllis Schlafly? What does this self-proclaimed political guru know about anything? I prefer to read for myself and I tend to understand things fairly well on my own. So who is she and why would anyone put any credence to her thoughts? This should be interesting. Jim Palmisano on November 22, 2007 at 11:14 pm7 Doug Parris I really like Ron Paul, myself, but the posts, here, actually illustrate some of the problems he has winning the nomination. Palmisano (at 5) asks “who is Phyllis Schlafly?” and calls her a “self-proclaimed” political guru. This illustrates the “johnny-come-lately” nature of much of Paul’s support. Mr. Palmisano is obviously very ignorant of the history of the conservative movement and disrespectful of its leaders, the people who have been fighting for many decades for Constitutional Government. Calling her a “self-prclaim

Phyllis Schlafly is not for Huckabee

Phyllis Schlafly is not for Huckabee Phyllis Schlafly comments on Huckabee's lack of conservatism Phyllis Schlafly, president of the national Eagle Forum, is even more blunt. "He [Huckabee] destroyed the conservative movement in Arkansas, and left the Republican Party a shambles," she says. "Yet some of the same evangelicals who sold us on George W. Bush as a 'compassionate conservative' are now trying to sell us on Mike Huckabee." That's great Phyllis, go ahead and attack an articulate, clear thinking, gutsy, innovative and solidly EVANGELICAL Candidate! And who do you suggest we vote for??? Giuliani? Yeah right, Thompson? Are you kidding me? Romney? Never! McCain? I don't think so... So come on Phyllis who? What positive alternative can you offer, or do you just like to throw rocks? Mike Huckabee lowered taxes many times during his tenure. Check the record, a lot of the "tax hikes" were voter (yes the citizens of Arkansas Phyllis) man

Sky Rocketing Huckabee Appears Ready to Win Iowa and Beat Hillary

Sky Rocketing Huckabee Appears Ready to Win Iowa and Beat Hillary Hillary Clinton Says She Can Beat GOP, But New Poll Shows Republican Sweep Washington, DC ( -- Hillary Clinton campaigned in Iowa over the weekend and claimed she was the best of the pro-abortion Democratic presidential candidates to take on a Republican nominee next year. However, a new poll finds Clinton losing nationally to all of the top five Republican presidential hopefuls. "I believe that I have a very good argument that I know more about beating Republicans than anybody else running," Clinton said. "They've been after me for 15 years, and much to their dismay, I'm still standing." "I'm leading in all the polls, I'm beating them in state after state after state," she contended. "I think they have looked at the field and figured out who can best beat the Republicans." However, a new survey released Monday by th

Is Fred Thompson Pro-life?

Is Fred Thompson Pro-life? WorldNetDaily The Stephen Douglas of the 2008 race By Jill Stanek November 28, 2007 A week before the National Right to Life Committee endorsed Fred Thompson, I blogged he had disqualified himself from my list of presidential primary picks following his Nov. 4 interview on "Meet the Press" with Tim Russert. During those moments, Thompson revealed he's in the same death camp as Rudy Giuliani, just with more exceptions. Between that interview and one on Nov. 18 on "This Week" with George Stephanopoulos, NRLC endorsed Thompson and clearly tried to tutor him. But it failed. Thompson unsuccessfully tried to pull one of three coffin nails he'd hammered two weeks prior, while he pounded another harder. I was left more curious than before about NRLC's decision. Nail 1 Thompson is counterproductively fixated on nonexistent state laws that would send girls and women to jail who abort. Ther

Is Ron Paul Pro-life?

There are false posts on the Internet saying Ron Paul isn't pro-life. Here are Pauls views on the major issues. Fred Ron Paul speaks about the sanctity of life. “The right of an innocent, unborn child to life is at the heart of the American ideals of liberty. My professional and legislative record demonstrates my strong commitment to this pro-life principle.” – Ron Paul While many candidates talk about being pro-life, Ron Paul has taken direct action to restore protection of the unborn. As a Congressman Ron Paul • authored legislation HR 1094 that seeks to define life as beginning at conception. • sponsored HR 300, which would negate the effect of Roe v Wade by removing the ability of federal courts to interfere with state legislation to protect life. This is a practical, direct approach to ending federal court tyranny, which threatens our constitutional republic and has caused the deaths of 45 million of the unborn. As an OB/GYN doctor, Ron Paul never once considered performing a

Is Huckabee the Strongest Pro-life Candidate?

Mike Huckabee is the strongest pro-life candidate. Ron Paul is just behind him. Fred Mike Huckabee Says He's The Strongest Republican on Abortion Issues Washington, DC ( -- When it comes to the Republican presidential candidates, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee insists in a new interview that he is the strongest. He says that's because none of the other top-tier GOP hopefuls support a human life amendment to the Constitution as he does. While Rudy Giuliani is clearly pro-abortion, the human life amendment has been a stick subject among the leading pro-life Republican candidates. Huckabee has sought to use it to separate himself from the pack. He points out that both former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson support overturning Roe v. Wade but don't go along with the Constitutional amendment. Romney has said it is a long-term goal and Thompson has said he opposes an amendment and has overturning Roe as his top pro-life goal

You Can’t Dismiss Ron Paul Because of the Internet

Ed Rollins, a longtime conservative operative who worked in the Reagan White House and later became Ross Perot’s campaign manager in 1992, said “ You can’t dismiss his antiwar vote. You can’t dismiss the power of one man stand­ing up with a powerful message. I’ll tell you, I’ve been in politics for 40 years, and these days everything I’ve learned about politics is totally irrelevant because there’s this un­controllable thing like the Internet. Wash­ington insiders don’t know what to make of it.” D.C. Establishment Can’t Get A Grip On Ron Paul By CHRISTOPHER MANION WASHINGTON, D. C. — Tongues were wagging on both sides of the aisle in Wash­ington last week, as Dr. Ron Paul, the pro­life, pro- Constitution obstetrician who has represented his Texas congressional district for 20 years, pulled off what even the lib­eral Washington Post called a “ stunning achievement.” Dr. Paul, who has long been treated by the major media either as an inconsequen­tial minor candidate, a “ flake,” o

Is Ron Paul more Pink than Mike Huckabee?

Is Ron Paul more Pink than Mike Huckabee? It appears that Ron Paul is as pro-life as Mike Huckabee. But is Paul more pink than Huckabee. Fred Ron Paul is not a stooge for the Republican Party; Chuck Baldwin, homosexuality and politics Posted by Gary Shumway under Constitution - U.S. , Ron Paul , Elections , Homosexuality / GLBT , Politics , Chuck Baldwin No Comments In Chuck Baldwin’s September 7th column he reiterates the obvious. And the obvious is that the GOP (Republican Party for those in Utah County) is trying to paint itself as the “family values” and even “God’s” Party. Baldwin goes on to show that nothing could be further from the truth. People, you must forget Party when voting, and vote for the person…as long as that person, when elected, will not then simply become a Party stooge. Take for example Ron Paul. He is a trying to be the presidential candidate for the Republican Party, yet over and over he has shown that he will not kowtow to the Party’s wishes if they go against