COLLISION: Christopher Hitchens vs. Douglas WilsonClick on image to the left to buy an excellent documentary style debate between Hitchens and Wilson. Quite entertaining and at the same time debateful if that is even a word.

Also see Piper interviews Doug Wilson concerning new video documentary/debate over the existence of God and Peter Hitchens ex-atheist speaks of his conversion, Britain and his brother infamous atheist Christopher Hitchens. but for another great debate with Hitchens who debate Wilson over the existence of God see:
 
Video debate between Wilson and Hitchens over God's existence 

Hitchens vs Wilson over the existence of God part 2

Hitchens vs Wilson over the existence of God part 3.

Hitchens vs Wilson over the existence of God part 4
 
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Ever wondered what was on those shirts that the miners had when they came out of the mine.



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Remember November: The Final Act from Republican Governors Association on Vimeo.

And I would just like to repeat The Albuquerque Journal's recommendations for voting straight Republican in New Mexico which will be quite applicable in any state. This is from post titled The Albuquerque Journal endorses Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins and lays out the choices before us.

"The 2008 election represented a wave that brought single-party control of the presidency and both houses of Congress to the Democrats, including a near super majority in the Senate.

This single-party grip on power has led to a major expansion of government and an explosion in spending. We have seen the adoption of ill-conceived health legislation that while correcting some abuses will drive up costs for most Americans and cut Medicare benefits for many. The government spent billions on stimulus accompanied by a promise that all that red ink would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It is now bumping 10 percent and the effective rate is much higher when the underemployed are added. We have seen bank bailouts and a breathtaking pace of home foreclosures. Despite a barrage of ads, candidates aren't running ads that say they were proud to cast key votes on health care, stimulus or cap and trade. There is a reason for that.

This election is about a clear choice on America's way forward. It's about whether you want a government to take care of you, or one that gives you the opportunity to take care of yourself and prosper through your own hard work.

If you believe more government programs, subsidies and regulations — all enacted with good intentions — are the way to lead us out of recession and make us competitive in a tough global economy, then the three Democrats seeking re-election to New Mexico's U.S. House of Representative seats would be the way to go.

If you think we need to reinvigorate the private sector, unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit and have a government that will take steps to make the Intels of the world feel this country is a good place to invest money, we think you will reach a different conclusion.

The Albuquerque Journal is recommending a second wave that helps restore balance to Congress and places an emphasis on people over government programs to right the ship."

And for a little inspiration from the 80's and one of the most successfully conservative administrations and popular amongst the American public check out Ronald Reagan's farewell address.



Also see Graph: Obama vs Reagan and comparing their economic recoveries. and Cartoons and charts exposing economic consequences for America's straying from our "In God we trust" roots and One nation under God and what does it matter? and No matter how great the human resources we throw at our current crisis without God are we bound for failure? and label American Remembrance and lastly 81% of the Tea Party are Christians and 2 times more Americans call themselves conservative Christians than part of the Tea Party  

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In Reagan's farewell address I believe we have an answer. Go to about 09:15 into the video and enjoy!!! But do watch until at least 10:55 where Reagan describes himself before his presidency as a "Citizen Politician" who raised his hand and said "Stop". Sound familiar?

By the way I recommend watching the address in its entirety.



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Colorado you have the opportunity to not only be the first state to legalize abortion but to rectify that legalization by being the first state to amend your constitution to grant the truth legally to unborn children. Their personhood.

The below video is a commercial sort of speak to vote yes on Colorado amendment to grant personhood to unborn children. So Colorado, vote like your lives depends on it cause some lives actually do..Planned Parenthood lost this debate in a big way in a recent local Colorado debate a week or so ago. For more on that see Unbelievable: Planned Parenthood vs Pampers on the science of unborn children in Colorado's PersonHood amendment debate.



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This is a surprisingly close race. Latest Rasmussen poll from 10/14/2010 showed this race with Abercrombie at 49% and Aiona at 47%.



CSPAN has been covering debate after debate after debate from the House to the Senate to Governor. They just past their 100th debate and all are archived. Unbelievable and it is free via the private sector and not via taxation and further reliance on Government and budget busting deficits and without any advertisements!!! In other words it has been done the American way by relying on the free market and "We the people...".  This truly is an example of a successful free market and "We the people..." as opposed to a Government solution to media bias. But even if we did not have CSPAN we have no media bias problem and see why at Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative". 

For more political debates to get a further feel of what this November mid-term elections are all about and the clear choices and differences in choices see label . Or start with a very interesting Debate for the Senate in Florida at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist

For more on CSPAN see Private Sector America gives Americans the transparency they want without media bias for free and without taxation via CSPAN. By the way check out Breaking: CSPAN to cover live the case between our Government and Arizona on new illegal immigration law.

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Update: Here is the debate from CSPAN. Below this debate you will find an earlier debate between Joe Miller and Lisa Murkowski.



CSPAN is airing an Alaska Senate debate between Joe Miller and Lisa Murkowski tonight at 9 pm ET. But I believe it may be the same debate that aired about a week ago and you can watch it in embedded video below now. Just in case it is a different debate below video is a link to CSPAN and some comments concerning CSPAN's coverage of the debates this year.



Tonight's debate will be on CSPAN at 9 pm ET.

CSPAN has been covering debate after debate after debate from the House to the Senate to Governor. They just past their 100th debate and all are archived. Unbelievable and it is free via the private sector and not via taxation and further reliance on Government and budget busting deficits and without any advertisements!!! In other words it has been done the American way by relying on the free market and "We the people...".  This truly is an example of a successful free market and "We the people..." as opposed to a Government solution to media bias. But even if we did not have CSPAN we have no media bias problem and see why at Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative". 

For more political debates to get a further feel of what this November mid-term elections are all about and the clear choices and differences in choices see label . Or start with a very interesting Debate for the Senate in Florida at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist

For more on CSPAN see Private Sector America gives Americans the transparency they want without media bias for free and without taxation via CSPAN. By the way check out Breaking: CSPAN to cover live the case between our Government and Arizona on new illegal immigration law.

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Update: Here is embedded video from CSPAN.



Tonight's debate will be on CSPAN at 8 pm ET.

This race is going down to the wire. At first it looked like an easy Democrat win but then a third party candidate from the American Constitution Party is making it a run. Latest Rasmussen poll just released today shows the race John Hickenlooper (D) 47% and Tom Tancredo (R) 42% and Dan Maes (R) 5%. This should make for a great debate tonight. When embedded video becomes available there will be an update to this post with that embedded video.

CSPAN has been covering debate after debate after debate from the House to the Senate to Governor. They just past their 100th debate and all are archived. Unbelievable and it is free via the private sector and not via taxation and further reliance on Government and budget busting deficits and without any advertisements!!! In other words it has been done the American way by relying on the free market and "We the people...".  This truly is an example of a successful free market and "We the people..." as opposed to a Government solution to media bias. But even if we did not have CSPAN we have no media bias problem and see why at Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative". 

For more political debates to get a further feel of what this November mid-term elections are all about and the clear choices and differences in choices see label . Or start with a very interesting Debate for the Senate in Florida at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist

For more on CSPAN see Private Sector America gives Americans the transparency they want without media bias for free and without taxation via CSPAN. By the way check out Breaking: CSPAN to cover live the case between our Government and Arizona on new illegal immigration law.

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Remember our President's infamous answer to the question of when life begins that it was "above" his "pay grade". Well apparently that still holds for pro-aborts in Colorado.

Colorado for the second year in a row has a chance to vote for the personhood of unborn children. Not to long ago a debate was held over the issue. According to JillStanek.com those arguing against the personhood amendment was Advocates for Choice which is a student group sponsored by Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountatin to “educate campus audiences.”.

Let us here the scientific argument for their position. Unbelievable!!!



Below are some portions of their comments during this debate.

“Their researchers say the heart beats in 21 days. There’s people on our side and research that says the heart doesn’t beat until 24 weeks!”

“I mean I have a cold, so I have a virus in my body, and that’s also something little and living inside of me. But if I’m going to try to kill it I’m not gonna be like, ‘Oh no it was a virus thing I just killed a life.’ It’s not the same thing.”

“And again on the biological note, I just want to add really quickly that all of us women out there we shed fertilized egg pretty much every month.”

Now for the truth in all it's living detail from Pampers.



And from a campaign ad running in Washington DC.



Warning: Probably one of the most graphic campaign ads ever. But sometimes we need the truth in all its bloody detail to get the point across. The Scripture teach that the life is in the blood. The unborn child has its own blood so much so that if the blood of the mother mixes with the blood of the child it could be fatal. Christ shed his own blood for us. Genesis says that if man shed's the blood of another by man's hand his own blood should be shed. If we lose our blood we lose our lives. So what the scriptures teach and what we have learned from science is quite complementary of one another.

Now below is the graphic campaign ad that will run some 200 to 500 times in Washington DC on regular public television. Ask yourself if the unborn child is but a virus or the science isn't definitive or the unborn child is but a fetus and only tissue then why do pro-aborts get upset over such images? After all to those above the baby is equal to a virus or unfertilized egg. Unbelievable. That is sick....Makes you wonder what is more disgusting: the graphic images below or the lies from the left on abortion?



Lastly if you will note the lady who is running the campaign with the ad above is a confessed post abortive woman. There is hope and forgiveness after abortion. Pro-lifers are pro-life and pro-woman. We are not here to condemn but rather offer life after abortion for those who have already committed abortion.

For those who have been involved in abortion in any way at all do know that Christ came to forgive all sinners. If Christ died for and forgave the very Roe of Roe v. Wade then surely He can forgive anyone else. See Testimony of the very Roe of Roe v Wade after finding forgiveness in Christ for her sins. Once abortion activist now trying to reverse Roe v Wade and label Post Abortive Testimonies for hope for those who feel their need for forgiveness.

And for those who still are not yet convinced of their error in supporting abortion in the name of choice watch the videos again and then see Values Voter News 3rd most viewed post of all time at Genocide Awareness Project hits liberal University of CA at Berkely with disturbing yet powerful images and comments and then check out New York Times features photographer of aborted babies on it's online Photography section and features a FAIR article on front page. or check out labels titled and Pro-Life Studies. 

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Update 11/01/2010: Found their final debate at KRQE embedded below.





For their first debate see Watch first debate between Jon Barela and Martin Heinrich for New Mexico House Seat. For Values Voter Guides on social issues see Values Voter Guides: Compare the candidates in your state side by side on pro-life issues and more here

For two debates between Tom Mullins and Ben Lujan for another House seat from New Mexico see Watch debate of Tom Mullins and Ben Lujan for New Mexico House on KOB and first debate before Sam Donaldson. and for debate between Pearce and Teague see Watch Steve Pearce debate Harry Teague online for NM House seat and for the second debate which Teague failed to attend see Incumbent House Democrat a no show for debate on TV but station airs debate anyways. Lastly for a compilation of all NM Governor debates see Susana Martinez vs Diane Denish: Watch second debate online and compilation of their first debate with pre-primary interviews

The Albuquerque Journal this year endorses the Republican candidates across the board and gave this reasoning for it. Also see The Albuquerque Journal recommends New Mexicans elect Susana Martinez for Governor. From post titled The Albuquerque Journal endorses Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins and lays out the choices before us.

"The 2008 election represented a wave that brought single-party control of the presidency and both houses of Congress to the Democrats, including a near super majority in the Senate.

This single-party grip on power has led to a major expansion of government and an explosion in spending. We have seen the adoption of ill-conceived health legislation that while correcting some abuses will drive up costs for most Americans and cut Medicare benefits for many. The government spent billions on stimulus accompanied by a promise that all that red ink would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It is now bumping 10 percent and the effective rate is much higher when the underemployed are added. We have seen bank bailouts and a breathtaking pace of home foreclosures. Despite a barrage of ads, candidates aren't running ads that say they were proud to cast key votes on health care, stimulus or cap and trade. There is a reason for that.

This election is about a clear choice on America's way forward. It's about whether you want a government to take care of you, or one that gives you the opportunity to take care of yourself and prosper through your own hard work.

If you believe more government programs, subsidies and regulations — all enacted with good intentions — are the way to lead us out of recession and make us competitive in a tough global economy, then the three Democrats seeking re-election to New Mexico's U.S. House of Representative seats would be the way to go.

If you think we need to reinvigorate the private sector, unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit and have a government that will take steps to make the Intels of the world feel this country is a good place to invest money, we think you will reach a different conclusion.

The Albuquerque Journal is recommending a second wave that helps restore balance to Congress and places an emphasis on people over government programs to right the ship."


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Wow!!! I don't know if this is a first or not but when the wave is getting Tsunami sized in the House I guess its time to put away the surf boards and start heading for the hills. House Democrat Harry Teague excuses himself from a debate with Republican challenger Steve Pearce cause apparently he had more important things to do.

Here is the "debate" turned interview on NBC's KOB TV channel 4 in New Mexico.



Go Pearce!!! For an earlier debate in which Harry Teague did show up see Watch Steve Pearce debate Harry Teague online for NM House seat

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Quite interesting.



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For two debates between Tom Mullins and Ben Lujan for another House seat from New Mexico see Watch debate of Tom Mullins and Ben Lujan for New Mexico House on KOB and first debate before Sam Donaldson. and for debate between Jon Barela and Martin Heinrich see Watch first debate between Jon Barela and Martin Heinrich for New Mexico House Seat. Lastly for a compilation of all NM Governor debates see Susana Martinez vs Diane Denish: Watch second debate online and compilation of their first debate with pre-primary interviews

For Values Voter Guides on social issues see Values Voter Guides: Compare the candidates in your state side by side on pro-life issues and more here

The Albuquerque Journal this year endorses the Republican candidates across the board and gave this reasoning for it. Also see The Albuquerque Journal recommends New Mexicans elect Susana Martinez for Governor. From post titled The Albuquerque Journal endorses Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins and lays out the choices before us.

"The 2008 election represented a wave that brought single-party control of the presidency and both houses of Congress to the Democrats, including a near super majority in the Senate.

This single-party grip on power has led to a major expansion of government and an explosion in spending. We have seen the adoption of ill-conceived health legislation that while correcting some abuses will drive up costs for most Americans and cut Medicare benefits for many. The government spent billions on stimulus accompanied by a promise that all that red ink would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It is now bumping 10 percent and the effective rate is much higher when the underemployed are added. We have seen bank bailouts and a breathtaking pace of home foreclosures. Despite a barrage of ads, candidates aren't running ads that say they were proud to cast key votes on health care, stimulus or cap and trade. There is a reason for that.

This election is about a clear choice on America's way forward. It's about whether you want a government to take care of you, or one that gives you the opportunity to take care of yourself and prosper through your own hard work.

If you believe more government programs, subsidies and regulations — all enacted with good intentions — are the way to lead us out of recession and make us competitive in a tough global economy, then the three Democrats seeking re-election to New Mexico's U.S. House of Representative seats would be the way to go.

If you think we need to reinvigorate the private sector, unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit and have a government that will take steps to make the Intels of the world feel this country is a good place to invest money, we think you will reach a different conclusion.

The Albuquerque Journal is recommending a second wave that helps restore balance to Congress and places an emphasis on people over government programs to right the ship."


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Excellent!!! Just happen to be browsing videos of Marco Rubio on CSPAN and found this excellent weekly address from back in August which could be used just as well here before the upcoming elections. Marco Rubio does an excellent job in laying out the choices for us this year. Watch him debate two able debaters in two Florida Senate debates at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist. You the voter will decide which direction we will head!!!



I would also suggest viewing some Values Voter Guides which will help you determine the differences in choices you will be making in your state between various candidates on social issues at Values Voter Guides: Compare the candidates in your state side by side on pro-life issues and more here

And I would just like to repeat The Albuquerque Journal's recommendations for voting straight Republican in New Mexico which will be quite applicable in any state. This is from post titled The Albuquerque Journal endorses Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins and lays out the choices before us.

"The 2008 election represented a wave that brought single-party control of the presidency and both houses of Congress to the Democrats, including a near super majority in the Senate.

This single-party grip on power has led to a major expansion of government and an explosion in spending. We have seen the adoption of ill-conceived health legislation that while correcting some abuses will drive up costs for most Americans and cut Medicare benefits for many. The government spent billions on stimulus accompanied by a promise that all that red ink would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It is now bumping 10 percent and the effective rate is much higher when the underemployed are added. We have seen bank bailouts and a breathtaking pace of home foreclosures. Despite a barrage of ads, candidates aren't running ads that say they were proud to cast key votes on health care, stimulus or cap and trade. There is a reason for that.

This election is about a clear choice on America's way forward. It's about whether you want a government to take care of you, or one that gives you the opportunity to take care of yourself and prosper through your own hard work.

If you believe more government programs, subsidies and regulations — all enacted with good intentions — are the way to lead us out of recession and make us competitive in a tough global economy, then the three Democrats seeking re-election to New Mexico's U.S. House of Representative seats would be the way to go.

If you think we need to reinvigorate the private sector, unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit and have a government that will take steps to make the Intels of the world feel this country is a good place to invest money, we think you will reach a different conclusion.

The Albuquerque Journal is recommending a second wave that helps restore balance to Congress and places an emphasis on people over government programs to right the ship."

And for a little inspiration from the 80's and one of the most successfully conservative administrations and popular amongst the American public check out Ronald Reagan's farewell address.



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The tally is adding up and November is going to prove that Americans are not racist they are merely conservative and our current Government is anything but conservative. This is a great video listing exactly why many are going to vote out many Democrats this year. Excellent!!! Do get to the very end and watch them all the way thru.

Why Democrats must go?

Part 1



Part 2



If you think it is about race and not conservative principles than check out just two posts and if those won't do I don't know what will.

Post 1 Videos: The absolute best defense of the Tea Party against the slander from the left on racism

Post 2 Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative".

And even liberal Chris Matthews admits: Chris Mathews of Liberal slanted MSNBC admits that America is "Basically Conservative"

As even NBC was forced to admit: Breaking: NBC forced to admit more Americans see the Tea Party as good for America and want ObamaCare repealed according to their own poll that are only 24% Fox News viewers.

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And yes, President Obama actually said that

Here is an embedded video that should go well with this cartoon from post titled Elections have Consequences: A review of the last 4 years Democrats have had control of congress and then Vote



And here is yet another reason to analyze from post titled Pelosi has added more to the national debt than the first 57 House speakers combined



Also see Cartoons and charts exposing economic consequences for America's straying from our "In God we trust" roots and One nation under God and what does it matter? and No matter how great the human resources we throw at our current crisis without God are we bound for failure? and label American Remembrance and lastly 81% of the Tea Party are Christians and 2 times more Americans call themselves conservative Christians than part of the Tea Party and Graph: Obama vs Reagan and comparing their economic recoveries. and Graph: Obama vs Reagan and comparing their economic recoveries. 

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The story as far as I can understand is that Soddy Daisy High is no longer allowed to pray before the football games over the loudspeaker because of one student's complaint. So a High School in another county invited Soddy Daisy High football team to join with them in a prayer in the middle of the field before their game. Here is more on that story at Pre-Game prayer on field at Rhea County High School and yet another more recent story at A Couple of Hundred People Rally For Pubilc Prayer at Soddy Daisy Park

This reminded me a lot of the 400 graduating seniors at Pace High School stood up in protest against the ACLU and recited the Lord's Prayer during graduation ceremony.

Also check out how the opening of congress opens up each with prayer and many times in Jesus name as this one ended. But then go to about 2 minutes where a congresswoman who by the way is up for reelection this year chose not to say "under God" in the pledge of allegiance while all the others I suppose said it. The congresswoman is Minnesota’s own Betty McCollum, who’s defending the seat against a strong challenge from Republican Teresa Collett in the 4th CD this year.



Also see Cartoons and charts exposing economic consequences for America's straying from our "In God we trust" roots and One nation under God and what does it matter? and No matter how great the human resources we throw at our current crisis without God are we bound for failure? and label American Remembrance and lastly 81% of the Tea Party are Christians and 2 times more Americans call themselves conservative Christians than part of the Tea Party 

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Also see The Albuquerque Journal endorses Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins and lays out the choices before us.

The Albuquerque Journal released this recommendation yesterday in a post titled Susana Martinez Best Choice for Governor

"....It is unfortunate it has sunk into an endless barrage of nasty advertisements and Internet bickering by both sides.

If the ads were the only measure, both candidates sound so bad that voters might be inclined to throw up their hands and skip the ballot box this year. But that would be wasting one of our greatest rights as Americans. And one way or the other, one of these candidates will be the next governor.

Considering the actual plans for office as presented by the candidates themselves, and weighing the distance one side represents from the culture of corruption that has come to infect all levels of government in the state, Martinez comes up the winner."

"An administration led by a fiscal conservative at a time when more budget cuts will be required should provide balance to a Legislature that has seldom seen a social or pork program it doesn't like."

"Regarding the state budget, Martinez proposes no growth "until our fiscal house is in order."

I would just add that on social issues Martinez would take the side of pro-life, faith and marriage as being between a man and a woman. For more on those issues that were brought up in the pre-primary interviews and a couple of times in the debates see Susana Martinez vs Diane Denish: Watch second debate online and compilation of their first debate with pre-primary interviews

I also just found the Christian Values Voter Guides for Diane Denish and Susana Martinez in image below. Click on image to see better. You can click here to see the guides on the other New Mexico House races and nationwide races.


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Below is The Albuquerque Journal's excellent lay out of the choices before us.

The Albuquerque Journal recommends the three Republican candidates for the House of Representatives in an article titled Journal Endorsements for U.S. Congress

"The 2008 election represented a wave that brought single-party control of the presidency and both houses of Congress to the Democrats, including a near super majority in the Senate.

This single-party grip on power has led to a major expansion of government and an explosion in spending. We have seen the adoption of ill-conceived health legislation that while correcting some abuses will drive up costs for most Americans and cut Medicare benefits for many. The government spent billions on stimulus accompanied by a promise that all that red ink would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It is now bumping 10 percent and the effective rate is much higher when the underemployed are added. We have seen bank bailouts and a breathtaking pace of home foreclosures. Despite a barrage of ads, candidates aren't running ads that say they were proud to cast key votes on health care, stimulus or cap and trade. There is a reason for that.

This election is about a clear choice on America's way forward. It's about whether you want a government to take care of you, or one that gives you the opportunity to take care of yourself and prosper through your own hard work.

If you believe more government programs, subsidies and regulations — all enacted with good intentions — are the way to lead us out of recession and make us competitive in a tough global economy, then the three Democrats seeking re-election to New Mexico's U.S. House of Representative seats would be the way to go.

If you think we need to reinvigorate the private sector, unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit and have a government that will take steps to make the Intels of the world feel this country is a good place to invest money, we think you will reach a different conclusion.

The Albuquerque Journal is recommending a second wave that helps restore balance to Congress and places an emphasis on people over government programs to right the ship."

And then The Albuquerque Journal goes on to endorse Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins. Click link above for more.

I also found a Christian Values Voter Guide on two of the candidates. Click on images below for a comparison on Values issues. I couldn't find one on Tom Mullins however Tom is clearly pro-life click here for his plain and simple view on life before birth and many other issues. He seems to be a conservative Catholic which probably means he will be much more likely to support faith and family issues than would Lujan.

Here is Jon Barela vs Martin Heinrich along with Susana Martinez and Diane Denish on Values issues.


Here is Steve Pearce vs Harry Teague along with Susana Martinez and Diane Denish on Values issues.


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The Christian Coalition has put together voter guides for the candidates across the nation. Click here to find your candidates and compare.

Below is an example from New Mexico Governor candidate and House of Representative candidates. Click on image to see better.


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CSPAN has been covering debate after debate after debate from the House to the Senate to Governor. They are well past their 100th debate and all are archived. Unbelievable and it is free via the private sector and not via taxation and further reliance on Government and budget busting deficits and without any advertisements!!! In other words it has been done the American way by relying on the free market and "We the people...".  This truly is an example of a successful free market and "We the people..." as opposed to a Government solution to media bias. But even if we did not have CSPAN we have no media bias problem and see why at Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative". 

For more political debates to get a further feel of what this November mid-term elections are all about and the clear choices and differences in choices see label . Or start with a very interesting Debate for the Senate in Florida at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist

For more on CSPAN see Private Sector America gives Americans the transparency they want without media bias for free and without taxation via CSPAN. By the way check out Breaking: CSPAN to cover live the case between our Government and Arizona on new illegal immigration law.

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Here is an image of a voter guide of Christian values issues from the Christian Coalition between Susana Martinez and Diane Denish. You can also see KOB.COM's excellent run down on the social issues between Susana and Diane at post titled Martinez and Denish on the social issues which is quite comparable to the guide below.


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Here is an image of a voter guide of Christian values issues from the Christian Coalition between Jon Barela and Martin Heinrich along with Susana Martinez and Diane Denish. Click on image to see better.


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First watch Governor Christie's reaction to the latest undercover video footage in second video below.



Now check out the disturbing video that Governor Christie is talking about.



The only time you can get fired is if you oppose your boss I mean your union boss that is. Unbelievable hypocrisy.



For more stupidity Unbelievable Video: Union boss boldly claims we do not have a deficit problem and Video: Labor union president speaks out against Tea Party after claiming we do not have a deficit problem in America.

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Found this in an article from the National Journal at New Polls Suggest Sizable GOP Landslide

"And in New Mexico's 1st District, Republican Jon Barela (R) has taken the lead over Rep. Martin Heinrich (D) for the first time, according to Barela campaign polling obtained by Hotline On Call. Barela is leading that race 49 percent to 47 percent in the GOP poll."

Go Barela!!! For more on this race see their latest debate at Watch first debate between Jon Barela and Martin Heinrich for New Mexico House Seat and Jon Barela vs Martin Heinrich: Latest campaign ads for New Mexico district 1 as Republicans try to gain a seat in the House

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In my opinion here is the best Susana Martinez ad which basically allows her opponent to refute herself and pretty much sums up the election. Excellent!!! Watch video as you read of the latest poll results from Rasmussen and some comments below



Once again the independent polls prove Diane Denish internal polls are politically driven rather than revealing how New Mexicans are actually going to vote this year. Just yesterday they released an internal poll showing Diane down only 1 point (see Alex Sink is not the only Democrat Governor caught cheating during a debate check out Diane Denish in New Mexico). Whatever... We have gone through this twice before. See the last time at New internal poll Diane Denish shows her within 3% points of Susana Martinez. Yah right

The Albuquerque Journal will be releasing their final poll this weekend which will predictably be more comparable to Susana's internal poll showing her up by 8% and the latest Rasmussen poll showing her up by 10%. It will not be any where close to Diane's latest internal poll at only 1%.

For more on Martinez and Denish on issues from abortion to same sex marriage to education and economy see a compilation of all debates and pre-primary interviews at Susana Martinez vs Diane Denish: Watch second debate online and compilation of their first debate with pre-primary interviews

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To understand the humor in the second video below watch Senator Boxer insist on the officer to call her Senator not ma'am.



Now watch a humorous take off on this event below.



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For their first couple of debates and more information see Watch video of Rand Paul and Jack Conway debate for Kentucky Senate seat



CSPAN has been covering debate after debate after debate from the House to the Senate to Governor. They are well past their 100th debate and all are archived. Unbelievable and it is free via the private sector and not via taxation and further reliance on Government and budget busting deficits and without any advertisements!!! In other words it has been done the American way by relying on the free market and "We the people...".  This truly is an example of a successful free market and "We the people..." as opposed to a Government solution to media bias. But even if we did not have CSPAN we have no media bias problem and see why at Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative". 

For more political debates to get a further feel of what this November mid-term elections are all about and the clear choices and differences in choices see label . Or start with a very interesting Debate for the Senate in Florida at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist

For more on CSPAN see Private Sector America gives Americans the transparency they want without media bias for free and without taxation via CSPAN. By the way check out Breaking: CSPAN to cover live the case between our Government and Arizona on new illegal immigration law.

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"After the debate tonight, one of my campaign advisors admitted he tried to communicate with me during one of the breaks. While he told me it was out of anger with Rick Scott's repeated distortion of facts, it was a foolish thing to do. It violated a debate agreement and I immediately removed him from the campaign."-Alex Sink in Florida's race for Governor after she was caught breaking debate rules. For more on that see Dem Candidate Caught Cheating in Debate. Update 10/27/2010: CNN: Sink lied about debate cheating

Now check out Democrat Diane Denish in New Mexico breaking the rules at about 21:30 and then Susana Martinez calling her out on that at about 22:35 than notice that Diane doesn't respond to that at all. Will Diane Denish fire her self?



This was clearly a ploy to get Susana off her game and maybe have her respond and say something stupid without having a chance to review the note and put her on a spot with no preparation to make her look bad. Notice Susana didn't fall for the trap. Excellent!!! New Mexicans should be ashamed of their Lt Governor and proud of their soon to be first Hispanic Governor in the US. Get out and vote....

Diane Denish has nothing to loose since she has been well behind in the polls all along. The Denish campaign has also tried to play with voters excitement by releasing polls showing that the race is closer than it really was as Susana's campaign internal polls to rebut Diane's polls have in the last two and all the cases of dispute again been verified by the independent polls. This recent dispute released just yesterday you will soon be able to add to Susana's side once again. As just yesterday Diane released polls that showed them within 1 point as Susana again responds with a poll that shows her up 8% which is more consistent with all the independent polls. The Albuquerque Journal will be releasing their final poll this weekend and it will not be within 1 point. Susana will win this race by at least 7 points. For more on how Diane has been tinkering higher polling numbers for herself to rally support see New internal poll Diane Denish shows her within 3% points of Susana Martinez. Yah right. I mean it could be coincidence that now a third time we have a dispute in internal polling but it is starting to wear out. Update: Just hours after this post posted I noticed Rasmussen released their latest poll results for this race and Martinez in the lead 52% to 42%. The Albuquerque Journal will probably have this race similar but down by 2 to three points. Keep an eye out on the Albuquerque Journal poll this weekend.

Diane is playing dirty politics which is the very reason why voters are upset with New Mexico Government this year.

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CSPAN has been covering debate after debate after debate from the House to the Senate to Governor. They just past their 100th debate and all are archived. Unbelievable and it is free via the private sector and not via taxation and further reliance on Government and budget busting deficits and without any advertisements!!! In other words it has been done the American way by relying on the free market and "We the people...".  This truly is an example of a successful free market and "We the people..." as opposed to a Government solution to media bias. But even if we did not have CSPAN we have no media bias problem and see why at Gallup polls shows that Americans are 3 times more likely to view our media as "too liberal" than "too conservative". 

For more political debates to get a further feel of what this November mid-term elections are all about and the clear choices and differences in choices see label . Or start with a very interesting Debate for the Senate in Florida at Watch Florida Senate Debate between Marco Rubio, Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist

For more on CSPAN see Private Sector America gives Americans the transparency they want without media bias for free and without taxation via CSPAN. By the way check out Breaking: CSPAN to cover live the case between our Government and Arizona on new illegal immigration law.

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For more on the real cause of our economic crisis see Mortgage Crisis and note that it has nothing to do with Bush policies but rather a Government endorsed push for homeownership for some years. Fannie and Freddie are Government Sponsored Enterprises not true private sector companies that have now been taken over by the Government. For more on that see label above. 

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Not only did those bailouts cost less, the Wall Street bank bailouts have actually earned a $16 billion return for taxpayers.

The Heritage Foundation has this report on the issue at post titled Morning Bell: When Will Our Progressive Corporatism Nightmare End?

"$154 billion. That is the amount of taxpayer money that will be needed to bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac according to a new “stress test” performed by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. And that is the good news. If the economy dips into a second recession and foreclosures rise, the Fannie and Freddie bailout could nearly double in size. The agency, which oversees Fannie and Freddie, released the numbers “to inform public debate about the future of the two companies” ahead of expected Obama administration proposals slated for early next year. But if you are hoping for major policy changes from this administration, don’t hold your breath....

"....what is the record of government “experts” in preventing financial catastrophe? Well, the 3,814 employees of the Securities Exchange Commission, the 7,241 employees of the FDIC, the 3,216 employees of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the 3,204 employees of the Federal Housing Administration all failed to see, yet alone prevent, the recent financial collapse.

And just how “fundamental” a role is government playing in housing finance today? Well, in the first quarter of 2010, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, combined with the Federal Housing Administration and the Government National Mortgage Association, funded and/or guaranteed 96.5 percent of residential mortgages to homebuyers or homeowners refinancing for an existing home. And thanks to federal subsidies and bank mergers “encouraged” by the FDIC, a staggering 60.26 percent of all residential mortgages in the first quarter of 2010 originated through just four financial institutions: Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Ally Bank.

And these banks are not suffering from their government-granted monopoly. Wells Fargo, for example, reported $4.48 billion in mortgage banking income for the first six months of 2010. And the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) is bullish about its continuing partnership with the Obama White House....

....The homeownership rates in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Spain and the United Kingdom mirror those in the United States. And their citizens have accomplished this without massive subsidies and interference from the federal government. On the other hand, our “efficient, cost effective” government-managed system led to a massive housing bubble and collapse that millions of Americans are still paying for....

...The Progressive Corporatist partnership between the Obama administration and a few of the nation’s largest financial institutions represents a fundamental threat to our nation’s economy."

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