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  1. dave elswick Says:

    Your question belies the point. Huckabee IS to liberal for the party. I agree with you that Romney is as well. Both shoudl join the Democrats.

  2. Greg Sabine Says:

    Once again Gregg Jackson is SPOT ON about Ann Coulter. Of course she will never dare to answer his questions one on one. It is FAR easier for her to go on Fox with Mike Huckabee or that stupid TV Show (“The View”) and square off against the gang of gagglers – Barbara Walters, Whoopie Goldberg & co. – than to face Gregg Jackson, who could draw and quarter her with the TRUTH.

    There is a lesson for us all here. We must be ever careful not to drink in the public adulation so much that we get caught up in self-aggrandizement, as Ann Coulter has. With her U. Michigan “LAW” degree, for example, she should have quickly grasped Gregg’s lucid explication of the Massachusetts Constitution, which Mitt Romney violated by single-handedly instituting his counterfeit “marriages.” But no. Instead she naively fell for Romney’s money, prestige and “aura.” In fact, did she not drool out something like “We’re all Christians here” to the Mormon Romney while fawning all over him in a backstage photo-op? What would Jesus say about the angel Moroni and the Book of Mormon? “We’re all Christians here, Mitt.”

    And how can such a “pro-lifer” give the rich ex governor a pass on his Romneybort healthcare plan? Amazing!

    No, friends, Ann will not be up for this challenge.

    Thank you, Mr. Jackson, for sticking to the truth, no matter where it may lead.

    Greg Sabine, teacher
    344 No. Quincy Street
    Brockton, MA 02302

  3. Ray Neary Says:

    For Ann Coulter – Ann: We love you (with AGAPE love)! but… please admit that you never did any research on Mitt Romney AS GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS. We all make mistakes! He simply was not what he attempted to project himself as being in order to fill an easily observed void among all the aspirants to the Republican nomination.

  4. admin Says:

    Ray Neary, I am sorry to tell you my friend that Ann had the information about Romney’s far left wing rcord and did her “research.” I should know since I (and many others) shared it with her on NUMEROUS occasions in person, on my show and on e-mail (which I can readily verify).

    She CHOSE to ignore it.

    Coulter’s only “mistake” was that she CHOSE to lie to millions of Americans instead of telling them the truth about his far left wing record which I have detailed here.

    Gregg Jackson

  5. Mike Says:

    Say it ain’t so Ann! How pig farmers and truck drivers in Iowa could see the truth about Romney’s record and have a better grasp of Massachusetts Constitution and how the golden boy single-handedly brought gay marriage to the people of MA then you have.

    You sold out your credibility and like virginity once lost it’s gone! So join the list Ann of club for growth, Rush Limbaugh, Shawn Hannity, Tony Perkins and James Dobson who once stated that he could never support McCain under any circumstances then turned around and exclaimed that he prayed about it and he’s okay with it, now isn’t that special!

    People we thought we could trust betrayed us, it didn’t take long for sellout Johnny McCain to throw Sarah under the bus did it he used her and didn’t even leave cab fare on the nightstand, while the Republican Party apparatchiks got the one they wanted and now we are on the fast track to socialism with NoBoma. Ron Paul was my first choice it least he has read the Constitution, Huckabee wasn’t perfect but I think he could’ve done a lot better than McCain in the election.

    Remember these people next time, she can keep her books.

  6. Iowans Rock Says:

    Right on, Gregg. Now both our Coulter posts are on Steve Deace’s blog. I like yours much better than mine, however.

  7. James Says:

    Gregg, 2008 is gone. Okay.

    None of the major Republican candidates for President really deserved the title “conservative” except Ron Paul. Duncan Hunter was also a good candidate but he didn’t really get anywhere in 2008.

    So, with the new year let’s seek out new candidates and leave most the old ones behind (except maybe Palin). Only with new personalities can we even hope to find the person of conviction we need to first change the Republican party and then our nation.

    You don’t need to think in a Hucklebee vs Romney mentality anymore. Both were bad candidates. Neither deserved conservative support.

    We all (should) know the bad about Romney but did you know that Hucklebee supported scholarships for illegal aliens and called people who were against illegal immigration racist?

    So, there is no need to support Hucklebee. Don’t watch his show. I know I don’t. Look forward to Jindal or Palin to throw your support to. The candidates for the Republican nominee for President in 2008 should be for the most part thrown into the dustbin of history and never be seriously thought of again.

    Learn from the past, but be forward in your thinking. I see the future as being Jindal!

  8. James Says:

    One question I hope you will address in the coming months is this.

    Currently you can tell that the elite of the Republican party is just dismissing 2008 as “just one of those years” and haven’t felt a need to return to their conservative roots. Many believe that Obama is going to do so bad that they can put up anyone in 2012 and that person will win.

    Now I share their assessment about Obama, but their conclusion from that is that because of Conservative hatred of Obama Conservatives are just going to rush out and actively support whoever the Republicans put up regardless of how liberal that candidate might be under the banner of ABO (anyone but Obama).

    Now I am a strong conservative, and I do hate and no doubt will even more hate Obama in 2012 but I have made a personal pledge to myself that I will not return to the Republican Party out of hate. Either the Republicans put up a true conservative in 2012 then regardless of how much I hate Obama I will not vote for the Republican. I know easy to say now, hard to do in 2012 when in the midst of a re-election campaign against a guy who will then despise more than anyone alive, but I am going to try to keep myself to it.

    So my question for your audience is – Will Hate be Enough for you to Vote Republican in 2012. For that is what the Republican elite is counting on. That is why there is no real drive back to conservatism within the Republican party. They expect that all of us will return to them in 2012 on the basis of our hatred alone.

    Well, I won’t let my hate make me vote Republican. Although I fear I do speak for just a few conservatives. But for me the Republicans need to WIN me back by promoting true conservatives.

    That is why what is most important to me in the coming months isn’t what Obama will be doing but what the Republicans will be doing and will fail to be doing. That is what I wish shows like yours will focus on. Because no matter how bad Obama might be you can’t beat something with nothing. And if the Republicans don’t provide a true alternative, then no matter how bad Obama is, despite what they might think, though most conservatives will come back to them out of hate they will still lose (most conservatives voted out of hate in 2008 and it didn’t win them the election).

    So, yeah, we can walk and chew gum at the same time so of course report and criticize what Obama does but what will be important to conservatives and what we need to focus on for the next year or two is what the REPUBLICANS are doing or failing to do. Otherwise either we can look “forward” to an Obama re-election or even if Obama gets defeated, then back to what we have suffered these last eight years. Back to the Bush – Clinton – Bush – Obama/Clinton (Liberal Republican – Liberal Democrat – Liberal Republican – Liberal Democrat) pattern that has brought us to the brink of destruction.

    IN our hatred of Obama, please, please never let people forget that it was GEORGE BUSH who first brought us the bailout. No matter how bad Obama is, if a RINO wins in 2012 then the pattern will still continue (liberal Republican, Liberal Democrat, Liberal Republican, Liberal Democrat, Liberal Republican, LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL REPUBLICAN) until our nation is totally destroyed.

    So, please encourage your listeners to not let HATE force the into the arms of the Republicans. HATE will not force me to vote Republican. They are going to have to earn my vote or they will not have it!

  9. James Says:

    Oh, by the way, I don’t disagree with your assessment of Ann Coulter. One thing I like about being a Conservative is that we don’t put people before principles by which I mean that we look at what people do and don’t put anyone above reproach.

    And Ann Coulter made a big mistake with Romney. One that puts her very character at doubt.

    I also don’t think we need to hang on to Limbaugh either.

    Our movement is based on PRINCIPLES not PERSONALITIES.

    When people like Coulter and Limbaugh betray us and act in unprincipled ways they should be thrown into the dust bin. We should only be loyal to them when they act in a way where they deserve our loyalty.

  10. James Says:

    Either the Republicans put up a true conservative in 2012 OR then regardless of how much I hate Obama I will not vote for the Republican.

    I so fear that my choice in 2012 will be a RINO vs Obama. Either a repeat or this year (a McCain/Bush type) or perhaps they will throw in a Bob Dole Dud type that is DOA.

    Conservatives can’t let HATE determine our vote in 2012. The Republicans must put up a true conservative. But the way the party is structured now (I am looking specifically at my county and my state how the GOP is there but I have heard similar stories from Nevada, Hawaii and Iowa) I don’t see that happening.

  11. James Says:

    Oh, also Florida.

    It seems like Conservatives are being driven out of the Republican Party infrastructure everywhere one looks.

    The Blogger at “the Reagan Wing” is calling it the GOP’s Star of David Strategy.

  12. Greg Larkin Says:

    “I and oher conservatives”? English please. Oh, it’s all about “I”

  13. Dan Spurgin Says:

    Gregg, I do hope you realize that the old conservatives of the republican party got hijacked by the non-rational christian fundamentalists.

    Conservatives and liberals need each other, but there isn’t any room for people who want the Ann Coulters, Fox News, or MSMBCs to do their thinking for them.

    As an aside, US politics should be like being on an sports team (an NFL team for example). During practice you may work your tail off to beat the guy who has the starting job over you. But on Sunday, if you’re not starting, you don’t sit on the sideline and root against starting in your place. You cheer for him and for your team. WE’RE ALL AMERICANS PEOPLE! LET’S NOT FORGET TO CHEER AND DO WHAT IS NECESSARY FOR THE TEAM TO WIN PEOPLE!

    p.s. Go White Mules! ;P

  14. admin Says:

    Dan, good to hear from you brother.

    Must correct you though. You are totally incorrect when you state:

    “old conservatives of the republican party got hijacked by the non-rational christian fundamentalists.”

    The GOP has been hi-jacked by liberals like Bush, McCain, Romney and the GOP elite establishment who have totally compromised their core values and beliefs to shill for liberals like Romney (Bopp, Perkins, Sekulow, Coulter, Ingraham, Levin, Hannity, Hewitt etc…).

    All of them supported the only non-Christian (Romney) who was also the most left wing.

    You got it backwards bud.

    And yes we are “All Americans.” Never said we were not. But we are not monolithic in our beliefs and don’t concur with you that we are all on “the same team.” Clearly there are many in this country who believe America is the root of all evil and who don’t believe that we should remain a sovereign nation with a common language, border and culture. So no Dan. We ain’t all “on the same team.”


  15. admin Says:

    James, you have quite a few valid pts. I too believe that the GOP will have to run an authentic conservative in 2012 to beat Obama but that will not happen.

    The GOP is now the “Mitt Romney Party.” Romney has installed his people at virtually every major “conservative organization” such as ACU
    Nat. Right To Life
    Heritage Foundation
    The Becket Fund for Rel Liberty
    Human Events
    Club for Growth
    Liberty Council

    They are all bought and paid for. Working on a book now that will document the money trail. So all of those who have taken Romney’s blood money will be exposed including a million dollars to Focus and $250k to FRC/Tony Perkins.

    And I don’t know where you get the impression that I think 2012 will come down to Huckabee/Romney. When did I say that?

    I voted for Alan Keyes, the most Godly and authentically conservative candidate running from any party.

    Bottom line is that our problems are not political and neither can be the solution. You must quite looking for political solutions.

    Our problems are spiritual. Christians have forsaken their first love.

    Until Christians repent, seek forgiveness and seek God’s face, He will not hear from heaven and heal our land as He promised in 2 Chronicles 7:14.

    Revival is the only answer.

    We have become an abomination to God. And He has literally made us an ObamaNation.


  16. Brian Says:

    I agree with James. My biggest concern is that all it will take is hate of Obama to make conservatives stay with the GOP.

    And if you are right about Romney having a lock on 2012 like McCain did with 2008 then this country is really doomed.

    That is why what is really important in the next year is not what Obama does although of course we need to watch and fight that. But what is really important in the next year and where our focus needs to be placed is what the GOP does or does not do.

    For as bad as Obama may be, without an alternative, a real alternative to him all is lost. That is why BEFORE we can focus on Obama we must FIRST focus on getting the GOP back.

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    IIve read all of the comments and the one that makes the most sense is the one who voted for Alan Keyes who he properly described as a Godly man and a true and faithfull conservative.I doubt tha he would ever consider returning to the GOP but if they had an ounce of brains they would throw their support for his election for the POTUS.And the rest of you conservatives come and join with me at Americas Independent Party,the new home of true conswrvatives.

  21. Rick Says:

    Ann in fact supported Duncan Hunter when the race first began. Only when left with the choices of McCain, Giuliani, Huckabee, and Romney did she throw her support for Mitt. I might have picked Huckabee but when Tancrado and Hunter stepped down we really didn’t have a true conservative left did we? But since watching Huckabees show I kinda like him. I would still prefer to see Hunter or Tancrado though.

  22. admin Says:

    Rick, you are incorrect. While Coulter said that she liked Hunter, shhe said on numerous occasions including on my radio show and in personal e-mails that I can document that she actually wanted Rudy and Romney well before the Iowa caucuses.

    Coulter possessed all the evidence in this blog post about Romney’s radical left wing record and chose to ignore it because Ann herself is not an authhentic conservative. Sorry to break it to you Rick.

    Coulter could have endorsed any number of more authentically conservative candidates than Mitt and Rudy including Keyes, Hunter, and Huckabee (and even Ron Paul) but chose not to and instead chose to endorse early on the most left wing Republican in the race…Romney.


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  24. Dan Spurgin Says:

    Republicans got in bed with religion, Greg. Here’s hoping that’s what tears the Republican party apart. Our founding fathers, (some were religious and SOME WERE ATHEISTS) understood the importance of insulating government from religion (at least democratic government). Liberty and justice are concepts built on rational thought. Religion is not obligated to rational thought. ANYTHING can be justified in religion. Religion justifies throwing virgins into volcanoes and turning kids into human bombs. While religion is working for you this may seem well and good, but in 100 years this country could be run by muslims. Should THEY be allowed to infuse your American laws with their religion. HELL NO! Get your friggin’ religion off our laws. And if you get in bed w/ religion to gain power, you deserve to FAIL!

  25. admin Says:

    Dan, I must say, I have no clue what religion has to do with this post. That being said, it is difficult to respond to what you have said since I have no idea what “religion” you are talking about. When you say “religion is not obligated to rational thought” I tend to agree with you if you are talking about all the contradictory and false “religions” such as Humanism, Buddhism, Mohamedism, Confusciusism, etc…But if you are asserting Christianity is “irrational” I must disagree since it is the most rational and logical of all belief systems.

    You are correct that the GOP has an unhily alliance with many counterfeit “pro-family” parachurch organziations. The GOP is dismantled not because of “religion” but because the party that was founded as the abolitionist party founded on Christian principles has severely compromised them purely for political pragmatic gain (to win elections.)

    But you are incorrect when you say “get your friggin’ religion off our laws.” Dan, as you know our American form of govt and our laws are based on uniquely biblical principles. Separation of powers, as an example, is based pecifically son Isaiah 33:22. All laws having to do with murder and theft are based on the Mosaic Law (the 10 Commandments)

    The problem in this country isn’t our polticians being in bed “with religion” as you say. Although I will say that those who are establishing the religion of sexular humanism in our society (mostly Dems but quite a few “conservative” “Republicans” as well are in “bed with religion” to the detriment of our nation)

    The problem is that our country, whose founding fathers believed there was “no King but King Jesus”, has foresaken its first love and has essentially told God He is no longer wanted or needed in our society. We have become an abomination in His eyes (killing 4,000 babies per day and allowing homosexuals to “marry” each other) and now He is making us literally an ObamaNation. We are under judgement Dan and it will only get worse until those who claim to to be followers of Jesus Christ act like it instead of pursuing hte things of this world. Man cannot serve two masters, God and money, lest he love the one and hate the other.

    To correct you, I know of not one of our founding fathers who were atheists as you say. Perhaps you can cite the founders how were. I know, as I write in my book, that 54 of the 56 signers of the Declaration were evangelical Christians and that both of our founding documents clearly annunciate Judeo-Christian values and beliefs.


  26. Cheryl Says:

    Interesting website, but as a fellow Obama hater; my disappointment is not seeing the Republican party treat the Democrats the way Bush wastreated for eight years. Liberals are vicious beasts and need to be treated as such. The war should not be between Republicans it should be against all Democrats, and it should start with daily small acts to annoy. A little road rage against cars with Obama bumper stickers can be rewarding and failing students whose parents support Obama is great fun too. Every time a liberal whines about high taxes remind them that the fault is Obama’s. Every time a charity asks for suport, tell them that they no longer need charity–they have the promise of hope from Obama.

    One question you should be seeing n the polls is that Palin not Romney is the likely future candidate–and like you she may not stay with the GOP.

  27. admin Says:

    Cheryl, I disagree with you. I am not an Obama “hater.”

    The only thing I “hate” is that the rule of law and Constitution is being violated by an illegal alien who sits in the White House and most of our leading “conservatives” have been dead silent.

    Obama is merely a sypmtom of the underlying problem in this country. Obama is God’s man for the job. We are getting what we deserve because far too many “Christian” and “conservative” leaders have placed access to power, prestige and money over standing boldly and unflinchingly for God’s Word.

    We have become an abomination in the eyes of God and He has literally made our country into an ObamaNation.

    The answer isn’t more acts of “road rage” as you say. The answer if for Christians to repent, seek God’s forgiveness, humble ourselves and beg Him to forgive us and heal our land.


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