Like millions of Americans, I was intrigued by the Republican presidential debate on CNN last night. However, my opinion is that all of the candidates lack the WOW factor. The two frontrunners–Romney and Perry–are becoming more and more disappointing to me. But I have to be honest, I haven’t been impressed with Romney from the beginning.
So what concerns me about Romney? He still defends the idea of universal health care in Massachusetts even though the policy has proven to be a failure economically in that state. Since Romney seems to be enamored with the idea of socialized health care, the idea of completely repealing Obamacare has taken a back seat to his idea he can stop it with an Executive Order. Really, Mr. Romney? As Michelle Bachmann pointed out last night, nothing but the complete repeal of Obamacare is acceptable. An Executive Order giving waivers to states for Obamacare leaves the door open for any future president to come along with another Executive Order to put Obamacare back into effect. As Ms. Bachmann said, Obamacare needs to be pulled up by its roots.
No matter how hard Romney tries to portray himself as conservative, I don’t believe him. It just doesn’t seem to ring true in my view. I can’t seem to shake the feeling that he’s a closeted liberal, especially regarding his views on abortion.
Rick Perry doesn’t seem to be much better. With his waiving out-state tuition for illegal immigrants, creating a mandate for young girls to get innoculated for the STD known as the human papillomavirus (HPV), and the inability to nail him down on the best way to secure our border with Mexico, Rick Perry is also starting to look like a “sometimes” conservative like George W. Bush was.
So this makes me believe more than ever that the New World Order organizations (Bilderberg Group, the Vatican, Council on Foreign Relations, etc.) are controlling the puppet strings of both the Democratic and Republican parties. And what’s even more concerning is that the majority of Americans seem to be buying into the shenanigans.
It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in princes. [Psalm 118:8-9]
–posted by Harry A. Gaylord–