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  1. Default Who will be Secretary of State?

    Well, well, will wonders never cease? It seems that Romney and Gingrich discovered John Bolton although not for vice president. See this thread about Bolton:

    http://www.politicalforum.com/electi...nn-bolton.html

    My problem with Romney and Gingrich is that if either one gets the conservative votes needed to get elected they can name any secretary of state after they win the election. It comes down to trust. I don’t trust either of them; especially when there is no price to pay later on for cabinet appointees. Think Hussein if you doubt me. In any election reported by an unbiased media he would pay a steep price for appointing Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder.

    Naming a possible secretary of state this far in advance of the nominating convention, and election, usually does not generate much chit-chat among the pundits. However, there is a bit of spice added to this one.

    The talk about Biden swapping jobs with Hillary Clinton is growing. If there is any truth to the speculation it would put Biden in direct competition with John Bolton. No two men could be further apart. I would be a lot happier if Romney and Gingrich were as far apart from Hussein as Bolton is from Biden.

    Biden is an International community stooge who has been betraying this country since the Vietnam War, while Mr. Bolton always puts America’s interests ahead of anything else. Remember this: Then-Senators Biden and Dodd were responsible for Bolton not being confirmed as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Bush the Younger sent him there as a recess appointment from August 2005 to December 2006.

    Incidentally, Susan Rice, is Hussein’s United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Add her to the list of Hussein’s disasters right below Clinton and Holder. She was confirmed by unanimous consent which pretty much tells you about Republican Senators and the United Nations. Democrats Biden and Dodd stopped John Bolton because of his well-known antagonism towards the UN, but Republicans en masse could not stop Susan Rice.

    Finally, I do not think a presidential election was ever influenced by possible secretaries of state. This one might be different. The media let Biden off Scot-free when he was Hussein’s running mate. He won’t be able to hide his decades of UN-loving treason when he is compared to John Bolton.


    Romney: ‘I think John Bolton is right’
    Published: 10:17 AM 12/30/2011
    By Jeff Poor - The Daily Caller

    On Hugh Hewitt’s radio show on Thursday night, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney cited a 2008 book by former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton, saying that it demonstrated his rebuke of a philosophy that is plaguing the Department of State — a mentality that stresses the importance of agreement over the importance of results. (RELATED: Newt Gingrich: John Bolton will be my secretary of state)

    “I had the interesting experience of reading his book, ‘Surrender is Not an Option,’” Romney said, “and in it he describes in some depth the mentality of people who spend their entire life in government, and that is in many cases they’re more inclined towards getting an agreement than actually getting the results. And as someone from the private sector, I’m a results-oriented guy.”

    Romney said he wasn’t prepared to name a member of his cabinet at that time, but added that he would never say ‘never’ on the possibility.

    “John Bolton insists on good results for America and is someone I respect,” Romney said. “I think he’s a fine man with great capacity. I’m not planning right now on naming my cabinet early, but you never say ‘never’ in this business. But I think John Bolton is right — we need to have a dramatic shake-up in the approach that is taken by our State Department.”

    Listen:

    http://dailycaller.com/2011/12/30/ro...lton-is-right/
    Flanders

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    Whoever it is --- and who frigging cares ? --- he won't have much to do as America falls over the cliff .

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    Newt hinting that he might choose Sarah Palin as his running mate is understandable coming from a drowning man. Still, it’s an intriguing possibility if Hussein does replace Biden with Hillary Clinton.

    Even with Clinton’s media advantage going for her, Sarah would cream her in a match up. Hillary has a rap sheet that goes all the way back to Arkansas, while personal attacks is the best Hussein & Company can throw at Sarah. Combine Clinton’s score card with Hussein’s across-the-board failures and the Democrat party is facing the mother of all wipe outs.


    Gingrich sees Sarah Palin as vice president, Cabinet secretary
    By Justin Sink - 12/30/11 02:26 PM ET

    Newt Gingrich said that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would be among the candidates that he would consider when considering a potential running mate, adding that the former GOP vice presidential nominee would be an ideal candidate for secretary of Energy.

    Gingrich, speaking Wednesday during a conference call with conservative voters hosted by Ralph Reed's Faith and Freedom Coalition, was asked by one of the attendees whether he would consider Palin as a running mate.

    "She is certainly one of the people you would look at. I am a great admirer of hers and she was a remarkable reform governor of Alaska, she’s somebody who I think brings a great deal to the possibility of helping in government and that would be one of the possibilities," Gingrich said, according to Right Wing Watch.

    He went on to suggest that Palin might be ideal for a position in his Cabinet.

    "There are also some very important Cabinet positions that she could fill very, very well," Gingrich said. "I can’t imagine anybody who would do a better job of driving us to an energy solution than Gov. Palin, for example. Tell her that she would certainly be on the list of one of the people we would consider."

    Palin had toyed for months with running for the presidency before ultimately announcing late this summer to stay out of the GOP race.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefi...inet-secretary
    Flanders

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    Once the Electoral College elects MITT

    And once they make the USA fear iran

    And once the defense and construction corporations have their contract signed.

    They will have a very likeable obediant person of limited intelligence, with stronger loyalty to the defense industry than the Country of the USA.

    There are a lot of idiots to choose from.

    Iraq all over again.

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    Don't know who she is , but I am sold .

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    Those media owners like that dude Henery Kisssmenger. I understand he still alive. He will be able to get the USA to blow up Iran faster than any politician.

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    Bolton is a joke... a war-mongering, uncooperative joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raymondo View Post
    Don't know who she is , but I am sold .
    I think it is Patty from Millionaire Matchmaker or Monica Lewinski.
    Last edited by sherp; Jan 06 2012 at 11:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
    Bolton is a joke... a war-mongering, uncooperative joke.
    To Doctor: Who would you like him to cooperate with?
    Flanders

    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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