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Sunday, May 27, 2007

Is George Bush the Last Republican President? Could be.


George W. Bush is GOP's Bill Clinton

By: Chuck Baldwin | Submitted on: 05/26/07 SmallGovTimes

EDITORIAL - Those of you who heard my radio program back in 2001 know that I predicted then that George W. Bush would do to the Republican Party much the same thing that Bill Clinton did to the Democratic Party. However, I must confess, I could not then realize the magnitude of that prediction.

Most of us remember that it was the election of Bill Clinton in 1992 that was the impetus for the Republican revolution of 1994. If you recall, a congressional election sweep of the magnitude of 1994 had not been seen in the previous seventy years. It is a truism that Bill Clinton helped to elect more Republicans than the Republican National Committee could ever dream about. Now, the same thing is happening with George W. Bush. In spades!

Amazingly, the two issues that I predicated my prediction on have materialized exactly as I said they would. I warned my audience in 2001 that George W. Bush had every intention of invading Iraq, and once there, did not plan to leave, but would probably seek to expand the war’s theatre. I also predicted that Bush would seek to facilitate illegal immigration and create the working group to create a hemispheric government.

I then said that if Bush did as I suspected he would, it would be the end of the Republican Party as a major force in American politics. Looking back, I cannot believe how right I was. And, make no mistake about it: I would love to have been proven wrong.

George W. Bush is driving the GOP off the cliff. His mad infatuation with Mexican immigration, and his unbelievably naïve and dangerous policies in the Middle East are causing people to leave the Republican Party like rats off a sinking ship.

In a recent CNN poll, fewer than 25% of the American people now identify themselves as Republicans. If there is any saving grace for the GOP, it is only found in the fact that a majority of people are also fed up with the Democratic Party. Only 33% of the American people now identify themselves as Democrats. Instead, a much larger percentage, some 42% of the American people now identify themselves as Independents. However, it is the Republican Party that will take the brunt of the voters’ wrath come next year.

Even those who were willing to forgive Bush for taking us to war with Iraq have no patience or mercy for his dogged determination to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, and to merge America into a regional commercial entity with Mexico and Canada.

Add to the frustration of the GOP faithful the fact that the popular frontrunners for next year’s elections are all conservative misfits. Rudy Giuliani is a blatant liberal on most of the fundamental issues that conservatives care about. Mitt Romney has flipped and flopped so many times, he looks like a dying trout. And John McCain can kiss whatever campaign hopes he had goodbye, as conservatives now realize that he is one of the movers and shakers of the amnesty bill currently being shoved down our throats. Some believe Fred Thompson can save the sinking ship, but he can’t. He is too closely connected to Big Government interests to become 2008’s version of Ronald Reagan. Ditto for Newt Gingrich.

Of course, Ron Paul is the man that could save the GOP in next year’s general election, but the Republican machine would rather die than let him win the nomination. Therefore, the GOP is in a self-destruct mode, and I don’t believe anyone can do anything to prevent it.

Then again, perhaps George Bush knows something we don’t know. Writing for World Net Daily, Dr. Jerry Corsi reports that President Bush has just signed a Presidential Directive that would give the President dictatorial powers should he decide to declare a "national emergency."

Corsi writes, "President Bush, without so much as issuing a press statement, on May 9 signed a directive that granted near dictatorial powers to the office of the president in the event of a national emergency declared by the president.

"The ’National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive,’ with the dual designation of NSPD-51, as a National Security Presidential Directive, and HSPD-20, as a Homeland Security Presidential Directive, establishes under the office of president a new National Continuity Coordinator."

Corsi continued by saying, "Translated into layman’s terms, when the president determines a national emergency has occurred, the president can declare to the office of the presidency powers usually assumed by dictators to direct any and all government and business activities until the emergency is declared over."

In much the same way that President Bush has committed the United States to a new hemispheric governmental entity with Mexico and Canada under the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) agreement, he has created a new position of "National Continuity Coordinator," complete with dictatorial powers, without the knowledge or consent of Congress.

So, the sixty-four million dollar question seems to be, Is George W. Bush an egomaniac, without conscience or regard for his own party, or is he a bumbling, stumbling, simpleton-cowboy who is really as dumb as he talks, or is he deliberately and meticulously (with much help, of course) orchestrating America’s entrance into Daddy Bush’s "New World Order"? I personally believe the correct answer is found behind curtain number three.

In any case, President Bush has almost single-handedly superintended the destruction of the Republican Party, which by itself, is not necessarily a bad thing. America desperately needs a strong Independent party that respects America’s working men and women and submits to constitutional government. Perhaps the demise of the GOP will create a void that such a party can fill in 2008--providing that Bush has not become der Führer by then.


Chuck Baldwin ran as the Vice Presidential candidate of the Constitution Party in 2004 and is the host of a hard-hitting radio talk show called, "Chuck Baldwin Live." Chuck's web site is available at chuckbaldwinlive.com.

11 comments:

  1. When we entered WWI there was a heck of a lot of legislation, and some court decisions, to the effect, you can't say jack shit about the government. Some brave people fought back, and there were later some better court decisions, starting with a dissent by OW Holmes that later garnered a majority. If we really get into it with the muzzies, not that we aren't now, to maintain some semblance of civil liberties will take a great effort.

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  2. Bush gets an endorsement from Eleanor Clift.

    Web-exclusive commentary
    By Eleanor Clift
    Newsweek
    Updated: 4:43 p.m. ET May 25, 2007
    May 25, 2007 - The immigration deal worked out between Senate leaders and the White House is an unwieldy compromise nobody much likes. Democrats will mostly support it because the liberal lion, Ted Kennedy, is leading the charge. And the fact that right-wing Republicans are worked up into such a lather about the bill may give some Democrats enough reason to back it.

    President Bush is at war with his own party, tearing it apart over an issue that was supposed to be the GOP’s ticket to an enduring governing majority. In his Rose Garden press conference Thursday, he pleaded with lawmakers to recognize that the way they deal with the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants is about “the heart and soul of America,” a country founded by immigrants. “I would rather they come here legally than stuffed in the back of an 18-wheeler,” Bush said.

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  3. Well that's George for you. Legally, or in the back of an 18 wheeler, the only two options he seems to see. How about, not at all?

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  4. One of the best blog post titles ever:

    Perched on the Handlebars, Of a Blind Man's Bike

    (americanfootprints.com)

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  5. Prior to his election, Dick Cheney was hired to find Bush a VP. Bush became besmitten with Dick Cheney and had to have him. If you think back to the beginning of his first term, George Bush was besmitten with Vincente Fox. He wanted his approval for massive Mexican integration into the US economy. He had to put that aside after 911. Then he became besmitten with Dick Cheney again.

    He has this thing for strong men and their theories and ideas. He focuses on a predicted outcome and does not waiver or become deflected by facts, obvious or percieved.

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  6. Anybody got any links to this genius that include the predictions he refers to AT THE TIME HE MADE the Predictions?

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    How could we get some gal to give GWB a blowjob in the Oval Office?
    Things were SO much better then.

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