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I was just skimming the headlines on Yahoo news and came across the little fuss with Corey Booker, Mitt Romney’s corporate raiding practises, and the Obama campaign. Old Obeyme’s comments were so very like my own in my post entitled, FYI: Mitt Romney that I could swear his campaign people copied it word for word–almost. I haven’t been following this presidential race day by day but I have not heard this issue raised yet and certainly not in my own words so I am beginning to wonder.

Now you all know my views by now and if you don’t you can skim my posts on this subject. Both Obeyme and Romney are being backed by the same group. They have created a heads I win, tails you lose scenario by cheating Romney onto the Republican primary ticket through their dishonest manipulation of the Maine Republican Caucus. In much the same way, they got Obeyme into the White House in 2008. (They have all the under 25 year olds cell phone data and simply fed in about a million or four young voters who did not actually vote. Isn’t modern technology wonderful? Now the ballot box can be stuffed from the comfort of your own laptop–if you have access to the cell phone records of google or T-Mobile.)

In view of this odd coincidence, I will not be posting anything more about the presidential race. These two political imposters are neither one worth the price of a bullet and Obeyme certainly doesn’t need to be using my ideas for his own advancement. Now that the LGBT lobby has been allowed to pick the two major (supposedly opposing) players it won’t matter who gets in.

There is serious trouble ahead for our country, folks. But—I think we will be able to handle it when it  comes.

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This really needs to be said although many may think it’s too late to do anything.

Mitt Romney was NOT supported by the Maine Republican caucus. The supposed head of the Republican caucus deliberately lied, miscounted, and manipulated the results in a way that brought a public outcry of censure in most  if not all of our major newspapers. The stories ran for about a day and then the Maine news collective dropped the subject like a hot rock, which it was, to the special interest owners.

The people of this state have repeatedly made their views on the subject of same-sex issues very plain–they do not support them in any way. It is time to mount a campaign with all our local representatives to bring this issue into the public eye and keep it there. The news media in this state does not represent the majority view and we all need to call them on to the carpet for it. Vagrants who have moved into southern Maine from Massachusetts do not represent the will of Maine’s people.

Maine has a lot of quiet money here, people who are not into the obvious consumer lifestyle. Why can’t we have a paper that prints the real opinions of the majority and will run a campaign for them on the same type of continuing basis that the GLAAD consortium has mounted?

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I just want to say many, many thanks to those who have stayed patiently with me. I also want to thank those good people from Canada who were thoughtful enough to send a “like” to my post– Counted Blessings. I know it has been a long time but internet postings have a great shelf life so I hope this catches up with some. I am still pretty new about the protocols of blogging and did not realize I could have sent them all a personal thanks using this site. Please forgive me.

A. Farwell

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