Friday, May 20, 2011

Netanyahu speaks from Oval Office

I believe our President sold out our ally. I fear the outcome. I STAND WITH ISRAEL!

I also liked both Allen West's and Netanyahu's reactions... included here:

Will Obama's Call for 1967 Israel Borders Sit Well with Congressman West? (West's and Netanyahu's responses included)


Thursday, May 19, 2011

Congressman Allen West Response to President Barack Obama Call for a Two State Solution in Israel

Congressman Allen West Response to President Barack Obama Call for a Two State Solution in Israel

I am in total agreement with Congressman West:

"Today’s endorsement by President Barack Obama of the creation of a Hamas-led Palestinian state based on the pre-1967 borders, signals the most egregious foreign policy decision his administration has made to date, and could be the beginning of the end as we know it for the Jewish state. .... "

Read the rest of his statement... let me know what YOU think. (I think Obama is selling out our ally).

Eisenhower Presidential Campaign Ad - "I Like Ike" Animated Television C...

From the information under the video:

The Draft Eisenhower movement was the first successful political draft of the 20th century to take a private citizen to the Oval Office. It was a widespread American grassroots political movement that eventually persuaded Dwight D. Eisenhower to run for President. The movement culminated in the 1952 presidential election in which Eisenhower won the Republican nomination and defeated Democrat Adlai Stevenson to become the 34th President of the United States.

Dwight Eisenhower enrolled at the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, in June 1911, and graduated in 1915. He steadily rose through the ranks of the U.S. military from 1915 to 1952.

At the end of the War in Europe on May 8, 1945, Eisenhower had supreme command of all operational Allied forces. Eisenhower was named Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army in November 1945, and in December 1950 was named Supreme Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and given operational command of NATO forces in Europe. Eisenhower retired from active service on May 31, 1952. During this period Eisenhower served as president of Columbia University from 1948 until 1953.

The time from 1951 to 1952 has been called the American "Winter of Discontent." Americans were frustrated by the stalemated Korean War, with no clear end in sight, and unpopular President Harry S. Truman would not commit to seeking another term.

Draft Eisenhower movements had emerged ahead of the 1948 election, mostly in the Democratic Party; in July 1947 Truman offered to run as Eisenhower's running mate on the Democratic ticket if Douglas MacArthur won the Republican nomination. The movements reemerged in 1951 in both the Republican and Democratic parties, as Eisenhower had not yet announced any political party affiliation. Eisenhower believed he needed to remain nonpartisan, citing Army regulation 600-10.18.i forbidding partisan political activity by serving officers. This did not stop Republican admirers from coining the phrase "I like Ike" in the spring of 1951 as a symbol of their hopes.

The "I Like Ike" slogan was created when Peter G. Peterson of Market Facts, (Secretary of Commerce for Nixon), did research for the campaign and found out more people wanted to talk about how they trusted and felt comfortable with Ike, but didn't like to describe their views on all the issues. Thus, 'I Like Ike' went on all Ike paraphernalia.

Democrats sought a candidate who could help them retain the White House after Truman, who many felt could not win re-election. Hoping that Eisenhower would run on behalf of the Democratic Party, Truman wrote to Eisenhower in December 1951, saying: "I wish you would let me know what you intend to do." Eisenhower responded: "I do not feel that I have any duty to seek a political nomination." Republican New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. of Massachusetts meanwhile worked to persuade him to run through an organization called "National Citizens for Eisenhower."

On January 6, 1952, Lodge entered Eisenhower's name into the New Hampshire primary ballot without Eisenhower's permission. Afterward, Eisenhower finally stated that if offered the Republican nomination for the presidency, he would accept it. However, for several weeks, Eisenhower was a non-participant and would not speak out on his views or declare himself a candidate. Through January and February Eisenhower wrote to friends and family members saying that he was flattered by the movement, but did not really believe it was as widespread as the media implied.

On February 8 the movement demonstrated its size. A Draft Eisenhower rally was scheduled to be held in Madison Square Garden on that day. The event planners expected no more than the arena's 16,000-person capacity, but over 25,000 showed up, and the New York police and fire marshals could get very few people to leave. Then, on February 11, famous businesswoman and aviator Jacqueline Cochran flew to Paris to show Eisenhower Serenade to Ike, a tribute film she had made. The film visibly touched Eisenhower, who began to shed tears when, at the end of the film, Cochran toasted to Eisenhower, saying, "To the President of the United States." Eisenhower later wrote of the event, describing his inner turmoil by stating, "I've never been so upset in years."

On March 11, 1952, Eisenhower won the New Hampshire primary against Taft by 50% to 38% and captured all of the Republican delegates. Eisenhower announced that he was "astounded" and "moved" by the results and told a reporter, "Any American who would have that many other Americans pay him that compliment would be proud or he would not be an American." After being convinced by this evidence, he announced his candidacy the next day.

Another source (nearly verbatum.....hhhmmmm)


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Big Peace Exclusive: Allen West

Short blurbs on major topics from Allen West while a candidate for Congressman. VERY GOOD to hear. THEN, come join Allen West Nation (he is aware of us after calling one of the organizers personally... )

Mordecai said to Esther, WE say to Allen West.....
Yet who knows whether you have come
to the kingdom for such a time as this?"
Esther 4:14 disrupts Allen West Event in Christian Church Setting! on Vimeo disrupts Allen West Event in Christian Church Setting! on Vimeo

Allen West is our "George Washington"

Rep. West's Q&A during the Politicizing Procurement Hearing

Monday, May 16, 2011

Rep. Allen West on Plan to Cut Energy Costs, Create Jobs

Allen West is our "George Washington"

A slightly modified, but much better version of this video.... POWERFUL.

A must watch for any Independents, Conservatives, Libertarians, Tea Party people, Republicans, Patriots, PRO-LIFE, PRO-FAMILY, and Democrats who are dissatisfied with the current incumbent, everyone... Draft Allen West 2012.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Allen West is our "George Washington"


Draft West, just as Ike was drafted, as George Washington was chosen by the people, in sprite of not wanting to be President.

If the FL CD22 will release Allen West from his oath of office to them as Congressman, he will consider Higher Office.

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God bless!