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Simply Speaking: Making a difference this year

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We’re pretty sure there’s not a Ronald Reagan in the remaining field of Republican presidential hopefuls, but in the aftermath of South Carolina, with Newt’s sudden double digit primary victory there over Mitt, who had previously eked out a win in Iowa, followed by a stronger showing in New Hampshire, it’s possible we might not have another “Dole” or “McCain” hold-your-nose-and-vote November General Election, as in previous Leap Years.

Of course, when using the names Newt and Mitt, one is not to be confused about the whom another one is making reference; how many Mitts or Newts do you know?

Now, if Romney surges back to win the Republican nomination, we could fall back into that sad clothespin on the nose state of voting affairs, even sorrier, for it’s doubtful Mitt could defeat Obama come November.

There’s a definite reason for the sudden, out of nowhere turn-around from Romney almost being declared the Republican nominee by Big Media (BM) after two measly Northern state victories. 

One, Media wants him to be the nominee, for that would most assuredly insure their hero’s (BO) re-election and, two, it’s possible Newt COULD stand up and reverse many of the socialistic programs instituted by BO and his cronies, not to mention a lot of wrong-headedness in that area from the two Bushes and, no matter how much some might have enjoyed Clinton’s brashness, he too had a love for growing government.

But back to what’s happening in the primary election world these days. 

Florida’s coming up and we all know the Sunshine State has been inundated with folks from the North fleeing its bitter winters and who knows what else. I don’t blame them. 

Unfortunately, too many of them go for the change of climate but too few assimilate into the Southern culture politically. 

Too many tend to stay the various shades of Blue.

I trust Southern people’s judgment on selecting representatives, even though Jimmy Carter tripped us up but, generally speaking, they don’t buy in on Big Media’s version of politics and politicians. 

It has to do with common sense, guns, and the Good Lord, I guess. 

Not necessarily in that order.

If Florida doesn’t fall down on us, there’s a good chance we may yet have a say-so on presidential candidates here in Texas. 

However, the three judges in San Antonio have thrown a monkey wrench into our possibility of even an April 3 Primary. 

Word has it our election may have to be pushed back to June.

I rest my case on monstrous government, based on the federal San Antonio judges throwing zoological wrenches into our elections.

Of course, Texans might pull the lever for a Rick Santorum, even though he’s from Pennsylvania and has shot himself in the foot regularly. 

Possibly even more eager to vote for Ron Paul, though he scares a lot of regular voters with his ideas of pulling back some things too far too fast. 

Maybe that’s the only way things will ever be pulled back to sanity…

Anyway, I’d definitely trust Southern, Southwestern, and Western states, like Arizona, Utah, Idaho, and the like, as opposed to Iowa and New Hampshire making up our minds for us on presidential preferences.

May we have an opportunity to really make a difference this year. 

We definitely will, come November. 

May Yahweh, God the Father, bless us in all of this through Yeshua, Jesus Christ the King.

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