Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Neocon Puppet Giuliani or Patriot Ron Paul?

Rudolph Giuliani, the neoconservative former mayor of New York, illegal-immigration-enthusiast, practicing Roman Catholic, and chronic adulterer, is currently leading in the polls to become the Republican nominee for President.

This is bad news for the American nation for the simple fact that this man owes his loyalty to several different alien ideologies, notably Romanism, Corporatism, and Zionism. He is a fanatical devotee of the Bush/Clinton doctrine of waging wars and ordering bombing campaigns for no reason against artificial enemies pulled out of thin air, and of expanding the American Empire. During his political career he has been a strong advocate of the immigration of his co-religionists into our fair land, especially when it is illegal in nature. He supports the status quo of bloated-Federal-Leviathan and would expand it so that it can press down with its boot all the harder on our collective necks. Essentially all of his positions are at odds with true American interests in one way or another.

We would be much better to put an American patriot like Ron Paul (a churchgoing Protestant-Christian, opponent of federal leviathan, and opponent of Empire) into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, not a hawk-on-behalf-of-alien-ideologies like Mr Giuliani. Patriots have been rallying around Dr Ron Paul by the tens of thousands, and if God has mercy on this nation today, American patriot Ron Paul might just win and put all the Giulianis out there in their place-- which is far, far away from the reins of power of a free nation.


Blogger Lex said...

HAHAHA, ahh, the joys of being a registered Republican. Now I can vote for Giuliani and mess things up for the lovely bigots out there in anti-RC land. Heck, why not just run John Hagee? He's nuts enough.

There are so many nice, non-bigoted Protestants in America, must you try to give them all a bad name?

November 20, 2007 11:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Giuliani's afraid of terrorists.

January 11, 2008 12:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't like Ruilliani either, but I'm still a Roman Catholic, and my people will keep a close eye on your anti-us blog.

February 03, 2008 3:35 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

I agree. What in the name of heaven is wrong with you protestants? Did "Blessed are the Peacemakers" go through one ear and out the other?

March 13, 2011 1:49 AM  

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