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user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,317
FYI...... ALL Repub presidential candidates were contacted and asked their position on UN Agenda 21...... apparently NEWT GINGRICH was the only one to respond.......

Here is his tweet...... "as President I would stop all federal support for implementing agenda 21 newt "

WHAT is wrong with the other candidates??????? Our submitted GNOTP Tea Party Debate question was about Agenda 21..... CNN chose NOT to ask it!!!
A former member
Post #: 86
Maybe one thing we can do is REPORT on that Americans are under Attack by the UN Agenda 21 in my City, State, Country, etc.? LOL
I really think each and everyone of us need to ASK EVERYTIME we see a politician in PERSON for now on about the UN Agenda 21 Plan. Try to force them (politely of course) to discuss it with you at that time and why don't they discuss it in Public? See what they know, how much, etc. Have the Literature "AVAILABLE" to hand over to them. My emails TWICE a Week are NOT getting to them and they are not answering on this subject. I'm so disgusted......

NOTE: just becasue they know a lot about the subject doesn't mean their a good guy. I found out our La Commissioner MIKE STRAIN (in private) knows a lot and I have 'His NOTES" to prove it but he is one of the Bad guys, evildoers of the UN Plan.
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,388
Newt came out today with his Contract with America for the 21st Century. I do like his introductory comments. He SEES the big picture...question is...could we trust him to enact truly conservative principles to fix our country???


The 21st Century Contract with America:­

PLEASE read and share your thoughts in this section.

OK....... I READ IT. I am very impressed by the comprehensive nature of this plan and agree with most of it. Here are some of my favorite parts:

OBAMACARE: Repeal this disaster!! The Obamacare law is unconstitutional, unaffordable, unworkable, and stunningly unfair. Its so-called "individual mandate" is blatantly unconstitutional and an unprecedented expansion of federal power. (This is a change in position for Newt re the mandate).

TAXES: Reduce corporate tax to 12.5%: Abolish death tax, capital gains tax. Revise income tax...NO national sales tax. ( I have BIG concerns about the consumption is introducing an entirely NEW tax, not allowed by the constitution at present. I do not support Cain's combo of income tax AND sales tax. Once we allow both...Congress can increase both!!)

JOBS: Repeal the Dodd-Frank legislation......Repeal the Sarbanes-Oxley law........Replace the National Labor Relations Board

ENERGY: With the right regulatory policies, the United States could be the largest oil producer in the world by 2017. We must also replace the EPA, which pursues an anti-jobs agenda the economy simply cannot sustain. A pro-growth Environmental Solutions Agency in its place will operate on the premise that most environmental problems can and should be solved by states and local communities.

BALANCED BUDGET: Getting to a balanced budget is absolutely vital. When there is a permanent budget deficit there is no reason for any politician to say no to any interest group. That is, in fact, how we ended up with the current, absurdly bloated, undisciplined federal government. If deficits do not matter and spending is open-ended, the most rational strategy for every bureaucracy is simply to ask for more money. (Does this remind you of Sen Landrieu??)

IMMIGRATION: This bill will waive every obstacle to controlling the border and would shift resources to achieve virtually 100% control by January 1, 2014. If necessary, we would move one-half of the 23,000 Washington-area Department of Homeland Security bureaucrats to the Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona borders. (I especially like moving the bureaucrats...let THEM live on the border!!!)

STATES RIGHTS: Enforce the Tenth Amendment by starting an orderly transfer of power and responsibility from the federal government back “to the states, respectively, or to the people,” as the Constitution requires.
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,392
Newt defends the Tea Party from liberal attacks:

He promotes smaller Fed gov't and returning power to the States and the people.....
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,545
Newt says, Time for the EPA to go Away!!
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,587­

Awesome video of Newt @ Republican debate...... I love what he says..... the problem is, can we trust him??? My first choice would still be a real conservative...... Bachmann or Santorum. They are not perfect either, but both have held and followed conservative beliefs consistently.

user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,596
You have to admit...... Newt does a good job of challenging Obama.......

Pretty funny!!!
user 9090133
Kenner, LA
Post #: 2,622
Glenn Beck interview of Newt Gingrich......

I think we are in big trouble...... Gingrich seems way more interested in a big government approach than I want. Wasn't really happy with many of his answers till the end when he did say the Cap and Trade bill was not about the environment...but was an attempt by Dems to take control of the US economy.

Maybe his approach is a more "voluntary" approach to change in government.....hoping people will move away from gov't subsidy and entitlement if you give them the choice. I don't know.....will have to listen to this again.

Any thoughts from anyone else.

I know I don't want Romney..... who last week said (on the Huckabee Forum) that he thought Pres Bush's No Child Left Behind and RTTT and the Fed Dept of Education were all great and necessary!!! I turned off the TV after those comments.
user 4023821
New Orleans, LA
Post #: 290
Michelle Bachman has it right.

Newt is a frugal socialist.

Or as Beck says, a right wing progressive.

Both are exactly right.

I really like Bachman. If she would only take a Constitutional stand on marriage I could sign on wholeheartedly. As is I would still vote for her.

Only one guy will I not vote for: Never ever Newt.

Newt is really smart. Problem is he's evil. Smart and evil aren't a good combination in a president. He smells like Teddy Roosevelt (well Teddy wasn't that smart but still evil) or Woodrow Wilson (very smart and very evil) to me.

He wants to expand the PATRIOT act for god's sake!
user 8981040
Group Organizer
New Orleans, LA
Post #: 329
I had my eyes and ears opened ever since we met NEWT in 2010 with Tea Party leaders from around the area... and then I was on an google email group that went straight to NEWT... for the past 18 months he was involved in many email debates... he knows what the frustration was in the tea party movement and tailored his campaign to it...
No trusts for me with NEWT.

I do like Bachman....

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