He certainly is a communicator if you want high blood pressure. If Newt wins, look for higher taxes and more rigid EPA regulations. There goes the country......and once gone, gone forever.
People have no idea what is going on while we are distracted by all this. There are very powerful forces waiting for just the right moment to over throw the government, so maybe all this is just so much mental exercise after all. Read “Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters”. Everyone over the age of l6 should read this book.
Oh come- on. (jimmy valmer for those in the know...)
Listen, again, I know the perils of Newt when you keep the singular lens of specific policy tasks as your primary viewing device.
But again, I’ll repeat my post.
As for the conspiracy, well while I’m admittedly likely more disposed to them than your average conservative, that doesn’t mean I’ve yet to buy into even one of any kind.
Listen, even if there is some Jack Bauer villain cabal in the wings waiting for overthrow, so freaking what?!
Either they are constitutionalists and I’ll be dammed happy, or they are everything else and worse, and I’ll gladly fight to “Live Free or Die” and if by slight chance we should win (ya know, kind of like the slight chance good ‘ol G. Dubs had in ‘76) then I’ll have a new and improved republic, better than the first.
Neither of those scenarios sound bad at all. Anyone agree with me there?
I used to be scared of this country and its greatness coming to an end too.. scared might even be the wrong word, let’s say, upset that future generations won’t know it.
But then, I decided we have the knowledge and people to create a better/new one if need be, and with the goal of topping this, so future generations would continue in the progress of human civilization for the better.
Call me a narcissists, but plenty of people have done it in the past when all was lost- came back better and stronger, even if it took a relatively long while. If they can do it, I can do it (We can do it..). No one is better than me if I hold myself up to only the golden standards, fail as I must, succeed as I might.