Novel Idea: Let’s let the homeless in America decide who will be the next President

October 7th, 2008 Urban Conservative

In Cleveland, Ohio a volunteer group supporting Obama picked up hundreds of homeless people at shelters, soup kitchens and drug-rehab centers and drove them to a polling house yesterday on the last day that folks in Ohio could register and vote on the same day, with almost no questions asked.

One convicted felon noted, “I never voted before, without this service, I would have had no way to get here.”

Every decent law abiding citizen in this country — democrat or republican — should be angry and ashamed of this vile attempt to gain votes, however insignificant the number really is. The law against registering and voting the same day was on the books in Ohio, yet the democratic controlled court made this determination because they are — of course in bed with their political party. Yet another example of how democrats put their party before their country.

Sure, these people can vote for their candidate when they are in the booth, but there’s nothing preventing the fraud of voting in multiple locations. Is one homeless guy who’s bought off for a box of smokes or a six pack of beer worth 3 or 4 of your informed votes?

Let’s not only exploit the children in this country but also the homeless. Who’s next, the mentally disabled?

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The Importance of Social Issues when selecting a Presidential candidate

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In my opinion, there will never be a perfect conservative candidate in any election.  When making a selection on the ballot, one must decide which candidate is closely aligned with his/her value system. As we embark on the 2008 Presidential Primaries, many issues have been raised about each of the Republican candidates; some which may vary on your degree of importance depending on your values.  Here are a few that come to mind:

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Liberals Cringe as Huckabee Surges

January 1st, 2008 Billy Hallowell

Throughout 2007, the Democrats have consistently been incorrect and wrongheaded in their assertions and ideologies regarding the War in Iraq, their stated ability to make viable progress in Congress and a plethora of other issues.  Perhaps their most glaring mistake was claiming that the surge would be unsuccessful.  Now, as the War in Iraq is taking a turn, the Democratic candidates are mute.  If the positive upswing continues in Iraq, Hillary and company are going to have to amend their incessant rhetoric against Bush and the Republicans. 

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