George Soros Wants Mitt Romney

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Spooky guy George Soros, gave his endorsement to none other than Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination. The reason why George Soros chose Romney is as he says, there isn't a bit of difference between liberal...uh hem.... moderate Republican Mitt Romney and Democratic President Barack Obama.

George Soros admits that he is a useful idiot for Leninism. For those of you that are not familiar with the term useful idiot; it is a person that undermines a capitalist society to further along a communist take over. Once the revolutionary communists come in behind the subversive ideology of the useful idiots, normalization can begin. Then the revolutionary communists usually exterminate the useful idiots because the useful idiots are ideologues that can not handle the reality of Communism's repressive government system. George Soros is an old man that would love to bring down capitalism, the system that has made him a multi-billionaire. It almost seems like a challenge or hobby for him. He has destabilized several countries already in an effort to bring in world wide communism. He won't have to live in the world that he is creating because he will be dead before it comes about.



Soros picks Romney

Soros tells us the candidates that would be best for America and capitalism. If you have any doubt about who you should vote for, then vote against George Soros' candidates. He likes Obama and Romney, so we should like Santorum and Gingrich. He likes a Chinese led world, we want an American led world. He wants liberal judges, so we should want strict constitutional judges. Do you want to be an American patriot or a useful idiot like George Soros? The choice is yours. You can help to create an America that is independent, self sufficient, and great, or you can join George Soros and have an America that is dependent on China and full of useless eaters that do not create anything.


Soros: We want a Communist China run New World Order

I like the idea of America becoming an industrial, agricultural, and ideological powerhouse. An America that is a light to the world. The America that faced down the evil empires of Communism and Fascism and spread freedom to eastern Europe. I don't want my country to be a cog in a Chinese led New World Order as George Soros dreams. I want to support candidates that believe in American exceptionalism. Candidates that want to instill pride our country. Candidates that support American jobs from American companies. Not Communist Chinese jobs from American Companies. I want high quality American goods on the shelves at the store, not made in China dollar store items. You can choose your America. Are you with us, or are you against us and with George Soros and China?

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J Elaine 4 years ago from Northern Minnesota

Wow! Spooky Dude's endorsement is the kiss of death for me. I'm sticking with Santorum. He's not perfect, but he believes in the constitution and the rule of law.

Dems are drooling over the prospect of Gingrich getting the nomination. That would be an unmitigated disaster.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for the read J Elaine. I think that spooky Dude's endorsement should be the kiss of death for anyone. I didn't really need a deal breaker with Romney, but the endorsement by Soros sure doesn't help him in my book.


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feenix 4 years ago

Hey, michiganman,

Very interesting article. Very interesting.

However, because I tend to be a Machiavellian thinker, I have no doubt that if Soros is, in fact, endorsing Romney, it is a ruse being carried out for the purpose of knocking Romney out of contention for the GOP nomination.

Soros is a very smart man. He knows that if Romney ends up being the Republican candidate, his puppet, Obama, will get kicked the hell out of the White House.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for stopping by Feenix. I take Soros at his word. Judging by his past interviews, he seems to be pretty straight forward to me. I know that Obama would be his favorite, but if he has to settle Romney is the best of the Republicans. Romney's record on judicial appointments is not good. If Romney does win, then what do we actually gain?


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poetvix 4 years ago from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country.

Thanks for the information. I was not aware scary-boo man had endorsed him. I'm not sure which way to lean. Feenix has a point, but that doesn't mean he is right, though I respect his opinion very much. I don't trust Soros and I don't like him but I give him this, he did not get where he is by being stupid. He is a master manipulator. This will require much thought. Personally, I think Romney leans too far to the left, but that's just me. Thanks again for the heads up.


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feenix 4 years ago

Hey, Mich,

I believe that you must look at this way: If Romney wins the Republican nomination, he will have long coat tails, which will make it possible for a number of Republicans running for offices in all levels of government to win over their Democrat opponents.

On the other hand, if Gingrich should win the nomination, he will have very short coat tails. Most of the Republicans running for Congress and state and local offices will place as much distance between themselves and Sir Newton as possible.

And in many cases, placing distance between themselves and Gingrich would not make a difference for Republican candidates at all.

And that is because if Gingrich wins the nomination, he will poison the waters for the entire Republican Party.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for the comment Poetvix. I am sticking with the best possible candidate. I don't see any evidence that suggests that Romney is so much more electable than Santorum or Gingrich. If Newt starts having more melt downs and Santorum fades away in the polls then the decision will be made for us.

@Feenix You know how split this country is. None of these candidates are going to win in a landslide. I think that the days of coat tails are over. We will see what happens. I think that Newt will probably self destruct and hopefully Santorum can gain some momentum.

Gerrymandering is probably our best bet to take seats.


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feenix 4 years ago

Hey, Mich,

You wrote, "Gerrymandering is probably our best bet to take seats."

When I read that, I burst out laughing.

After giving the matter a little thought, I reached the conclusion that you are quite right, my good friend.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

There we go, it is a battle for the states so that we can take back the country. Write up the game plan! The Senate might be a little harder to take. Then once we get it some RINO will make Puerto Rico a state and we will have two more Democratic senators. It is definately an uphill battle.


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Angela Kane 4 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

I hope his endorsement seals Romney's fate. Soros is just looking for his own interest, I wish all the contributors would just say this, but that would be too easy for them.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for the comment Angela. We need to say no to Soros and anyone that gets his foreign policy ideas from Kissinger. It is time to start electing leaders not puppets. This crop of candidates isn't the best, but we can use known traders as indicators toward the lesser of all of the evils.


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J Elaine 4 years ago from Northern Minnesota

I'm happy to see so many people who are informed and paying attention! It give me hope for our country.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

It is nice. I think that the participation has fallen off a bit since the health care bill. Maybe it will pick back up once the election hits high gear.


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vrajavala 4 years ago from Port St. Lucie

First of all, Soros is a nation destroyer. That is his primary goal. He cares nothing about democracy, he was one of Hitler's enablers.

Soros is a criminal, and as such, I do not take anything he says as gospel, rather I watch to see his actions. for example, Obama's "new" decision to fund natural gas cars, which was an original Republican idea, turns out now to benefit Soros investment.

in Summer 2009, Obama went to Brazil to give a billion dollar loan guarantee to Petrobas, an oil drilling company, and told them we would buy from them too. well, guess who owns huge stocks in Petrobas? soros.

Same thing for Warren Buffett. When Obama shot down Keystone XL, who benefitted? Buffett, because he owns the railroad that ships the oil through the Midwest.

Soros has a direct line with Obama. I heard the interview, but I have to say, I doubt Mr. Soros' "integrity." Soros also hosted the wedding for Chelsea Clinton.

I think Mr. Soros is more in bed with the Democrats.


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J Elaine 4 years ago from Northern Minnesota

There is only one person Soros cares about and his name is George. He's an economic terrorist and has no scruples or soul. Pure evil.

If it looks like Obama is going to lose, he'll support the winner. Whoever takes money from him has sold their soul to the devil.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

@vrajavala T Boone Pickens is another one in the natural Gas movement. He was pushing windmills too just like Alcoa and GE wanted. The only difference is that he was pushing them to republicans. Republicans have their favorite billionaires and so do the Democrats. Some of them are just in it for the money, but Soros is in it to destroy capitalism.

@J Elaine, I take it that you aren't talking about George Bush ;-). I think that he will use his money to start building up the next Obama.


PatG 4 years ago

I think Soros supports Romney because he's a liberal wearing conservative outfits. He tells us he has always been pro life, but during the McCain/Romney run in 2008, Romney told us he just became a pro life person after seeing an abortion film.

He forces Romney-Care onto Mass and keeps saying it's a good program, but the healthcare premiums for all in Mass are the highest in the nation. Not to mention getting care takes longer now.

Also Pam Bondi was interviewed on Greta Van Susteran and let the cat of the bag that he wants Romney-Care installed in all states. And why has he not told this during one of the debates? Because he knows we won't accept that.

He's a crook who has been involved in Medicare fraud and made millions off of home equities that went bust.

So why wouldn't Soros support him? He's a lot like Obama. There would be the usual cronyism going on and since he's basically a liberal any Justices appointed to the SCOTUS would not be strict Constructionist ones, but liberal ones.

I do not trust Romney one bit.

I have a lot of info on my blog about Romney and his shady dealings.

Also his economic plan is slammed by the Wall St.Journal since it is not much different than Obama's.


PatG 4 years ago

I don't know if I'm allowed to put my blog site on here but I will do so and if you remove it, michiganman I do understand. I do have some damning articles about Romney up on my blog though.

http://pepperhawkfarm.wordpress.com/2012/01/28/rom...

http://pepperhawkfarm.wordpress.com/2012/01/29/rom...


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vrajavala 4 years ago from Port St. Lucie

PatG@. When Romney was Gov of Mass., he was a Republican gov. In a predominantly Blue srate with 85% democrats in the Llegislature My understanding is that health care was put on the ballot for the people of Mass to

vote on.

Since there were only a few % without health ins, it passed.

The federal gov is different and each state is different, so health care has to be mandated on a

state level, not the fed.

And the Fed Constitution does not allow mandates.


PatG 4 years ago

vrajavala,

I understand that Romney was in a liberal state but he raised taxes and he put fees on every gun you own also. $100 a yr fee for each gun you own. Now I realize he had a democrat legislature but I don't believe that all these dems voted for these gun control issues and Romney could have vetoed them. Then they have to have 3/4 or 2/3 in the legislature to override his veto. I can't recall the exact percentage.

I don't believe the States have anymore right to mandate healthcare insurance either. The feds cannot do it because it's unconstitutional but I see nothing in the Constitution that says it's OK for states to mandate it either.

I watch Judge Napolitano on Fox business channel and he says any mandate is not Constitutional for healthcare.

So I shall have to disagree with you on the States being able to "mandate" healthcare too.

The Constitution was written so we would have free choices to make for ourselves, not to have the feds or the states mandate certain things. They can mandate you drive a certain speed, or arrest you for a crime, but they have no business in one's life otherwise.

If we actually got back to the Constitution I don't think most people would even recognize it. Most don't even know how many of their God given rights have been taken away from them. That is why Ron Paul is so dangerous to the feds. He would follow the Constitution and that is not what they want in Crookland, DC.


Foolish 4 years ago

Anybody who believes that Soros is being honest in this is a fool. Gingrich is a wet dream for Soros; if Gingrich gets in, Soros' policies will continue unabated, although Gingrich will have to slow them down a bit to appear like he's fighting Soros. Romney & Santorum are clearly the ones he fears. Anybody but Barack Hussein Gingrich!


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J Elaine 4 years ago from Northern Minnesota

Romney is a talking Ken doll with people like Soros pulling his string. Gingrich is another big government progressive. Ron Paul wants us to sit back and watch as Iran starts Armageddon to usher in the 12th Imam.

Santorum is the only one who knows what's going on in Iran and I think he has honesty and integrity. I guess that means people like Soros will do everything they can to destroy him.


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James A Watkins 4 years ago from Chicago

You know, I like Romney but this does give me pause. I hadn't heard about this endorsement by the Evil One. Thank you for the informative Hub.


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CMerritt 4 years ago from Pendleton, Indiana

all I want to do is throw up!!!

my head is spinning....

my head aches!...

my stomach is naseau....

I miss Reagan!!

:(


time4truth 4 years ago

Vote Ron Paul. Period!


Gusser 4 years ago

The DemoCANS and RepubliCRATS are one in the same. Santorum is only allowed to be a presence in the primaries to make it look good. Both Ginrich & Romney are Progressives just like Obie, Hillary, GW Bush, Gore, et al. No Conservative will be allowed to gain national power without the complete distruction of BOTH parties.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thank you for all of the comments. Nice to see you James, it's been a while. I'm glad to see that someone finally picked a category other than Patriot on the poll. I was starting to wonder if it worked. I know that there are some useful idiots out there somewhere.


Icantdrive55 4 years ago

Very disappointing. That video in no way endorses Romney and, in fact, is exactly a ploy to prop up Gingrich and Santorum. He admits later that there are extreme differences, differences on exponential degree, court appointees, vp pick and tax policy. It's this kind of distortion (Soros endorsing Romney) that ruins people's credibility, and perpetuates lies and misleading statements. It is very clear he wants Obama to run against Santorum or Gingrich. You're a fool if you take a dishonest man at his word.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

You contradict yourself in one paragraph Icantdrive55. If it doesn't endorse Romney, then why is he lying? Actually Romney has a horrible record when it comes to appointing judges. Soros knows that. 14 democrats 13 unenrolled 9 republicans


Icantdrive55 4 years ago

Where's the contradiction? What's he lying about. The whole clip is reverse psychology. He knows how bad it would be for Romney in the conservative movement for him to speak kindly of Romney. In fact, Gingrich is already running with this nonsense. I must not be as smart as you to understand your questions. Romney's record is poor on Judges, but has to be taken in context with an 85% liberal base in the state legislature. He had to compromise or have no judges whatsoever. I have no doubt that he will not make the same compromises, certainly since he will have a more generous distribution of conservatives in the US Congress.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

You said that he in no way endorses Romney. Then you call anyone that believes what he says as a fool. I can look at Romneys record and see that he matches up favorably with Soros. You are the one that needs to make excuses and jump through hoops to defend your guy.


Christian Perspective 4 years ago

Santorum is the only guy who has shown that he is a moral and competent candidate, Ron Paul is a good guy as well but his foreign policy is too soft.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

I aree with you Christian. I like consistent candidates.


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feenix 4 years ago

I have been giving this hub a whole lot of thought and I have reached the conclusion that if Romeny is in Soros's pocket, I'm a Norwegian.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Do you like hockey and skiing too? I don't think that Romney is in Soros's pocket. I think that Soros wants Obama. If Soros had to pick a Republican out of the three, then I think that it is safe to say that Romney is his favorite.

You agree with that Feenix. You like Romney because you said that America can not handle a conservative candidate at this point in time. How do you feel about Romney's judicial appointment history?


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feenix 4 years ago

One more thing.

If some Republican is in Soros's back pocket, it is Gingrich.

For example, there is no doubt in my well-seasoned mind that the wealthy married couple in Nevada who just shot $20-millon Gingich's way are acting on behalf of Soros.

Soros is out to keep Gingrich afloat for as long as possible, for the purpose of gumming up the works for the Republicans -- so as to pave the way for Obama to be easily re-relected.

And he is succeeding because just look at all of the folks who believe that the "Soros-is-backing-Romney fairy tale" is a true story.


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feenix 4 years ago

Hello, Mich,

The fact that Romney appointed moderates and liberals to the bench while he was governor of Massachusetts causes me to admire and respect him even more.

At the time, he was the Republican governor of one of the most liberal states in the Union; thus, by making the appointments he did, he showed that he is quite pragmatic, a realist and possesses strong survival instincts.

Now, if he becomes president, he will have a lot more latitude when it comes to appointing federal judges and justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, especially if the Republicans manage to gain a majority in the Senate.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Gingrich has a lot of support. I think that he got it on his own from his performance in the debates. I'm not a big Gingrich fan either. I think that he has a lot of shady dealings in his past, but I don't think that he is a pretend conservative like Romney. I don't have a problem with this thing lasting longer. It doesn't matter who the republican candidate is, he is going to get beat up by the press. It is better for it to happen now than later. By election day anything that comes out will be old news. There won't be any October surprises if all of the mud is flinging in February.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Hello Feenix,

I don't admire that quality in him. I think that he will work with congress to get us another liberal judge on the supreme court. Other than spending (maybe) I don't see Romney being much different than Obama.


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feenix 4 years ago

Well, Mich,

You have your opinion and I have mine, and it appears that there is no middle ground between us.

So what we have here is a good-old Mexican standoff. ;-)


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

We will be on the same side in a few months. What fun would it be if we agreed on everything.


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feenix 4 years ago

Hey, Mich,

Right you are. As soon as this nomination business is over, you and I will be sharing the same foxhole, mowing down Democrats, Obamacrats and other leftists.


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JON EWALL 4 years ago from usa

michiganman567

Romney appears to be in full control and the frontrunner after his victory in Florida. There isn't anything Newt can drum up to derail Romney at this point.

An OBAMA- ROMNEY debate on healthcare should be a highlight of the campaign. Romney, self made billionaire and Obama, a millionaire made by Wallstreet, Special Interests like George Soros and the AFL-CIO, SEIU Unions. One will fight for the Constitution, the other will fight for Social Justice. One believes that spending other peoples money or borrowed money will turn the economy around (3+ years and $4 trillion ), the other believes in less government, less government spending of borrowed money and less taxation on the working class citizens. Who will win, Capitalism or Socialism??


Jan 4 years ago

There is nothing that surprises me about Soros. And I do believe he is supporting Mitt. My question is why isn't this on the news? We need to spread this far and wide if true. I'm so relieved Spooky dude didn't back my favorite...NEWT! He can't be bought and will make a great president. He'll run this country pretty much like Reagan did. Great blog and really good people commenting. I'm glad to see them participating and hopefully they will spread the word about this Eurotrash and his latest project...RINO Romney.


Me 4 years ago

With this endorsement you can guarantee that Romney will not only be the Rep nominee but the next president, provided there is an election this year.

Soros does not back losers. He has the money and connections to make things happen. The US elections have been a smoke screen for years.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

@John Ewall Thanks for your great comment. I

still think that Santorum can get some Momentum going. Let's see what happens when we hit a few red states. So far Mitt has only won states that went to Obama.

@Jan Thank you for commenting. I think that Obama is still Soros's man. He knows that Obama is extremely unpopular, so he will take Mitt to put us into a 4 year holding pattern until the next liberal takes the Obama baton. Thank you for the compliments and feel free to spread this to everyone. I would love to see Mitt lose his lead in this race.

@Me Soros does back losers. He wanted Gore and he wanted Kerry, but he lost. He has a lot of money and a lot of power, but he can not control the candidate that you vote for. Don't let the neoliberal conspiracy theorists make you lose hope in the United States. We still run this place if they know it or not.


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JON EWALL 4 years ago from usa

michiganman567

Just a comment regarding Obama and Soros.

Caught a glimpse of a news clip on Fox News today, 2/2/12, of President Obama signing a document with Congresswoman Waters and other Democrats standing behind Obama.What caught my eye was just after the President signed the document, he raised his hand high with a drawn fist. I thought who is this President and what does he represent? Check out this site to get an idea who Obama apparently represents.

http://www.docspopuli.org/articles/Fist.html

Excerpts:

It showed up almost immediately within the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS, which used it in flier for the 1968 Chicago National Democratic Convention protest)[5].

One of the groups involved in the 2011 popular uprisings that toppled the Egyptian government recycled OTPOR's fist (see #13) [15].

The Occupy Wall Street movement of 2011 that spread throughout the US proved fertile ground for more street graphics - some new [22][23], some recycling the iconic "hand" of Frank Cieciorka [24, 25].

The President supports radical groups and other activist groups. Visitors to the white house includes Andy Stern (president of SEIU), Trumpka ( president of CIO-AFL) and George Soros, They All represent special interest ,who apparently have advised the President at one time or another. Really, how can Obama be trusted to govern our country in these troubled times? The President has shown NO leadership, Obama is an obstructionist and a major part of the nation’s problems.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Obama is still the street agitator in chief. I didn't know that he was sending out secret signs to his people on the ground though. You would think that the media would get on him for throwing up the clinched fist, but they are still in the bag for him.


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JON EWALL 4 years ago from usa

michiganman567

I received a nasty reply to the post above.Here was my reply to update the post.

I witnessed Van Jones, a recent czar appointed by President Obama on C-Span giving a speech on how the radicals are planning to occupy wall street. Van Jones is a Marxist and a revolutionary. I experienced the Chicago protest first hand. President Obama raised his fist as a sign of solidarity to what's going on today.

The people supporting the rioting unions and activist is Obama and many of the progressives in our government. Please try to get by the propaganda machine now in progress during the 2012 presidential campaign. For your information, I am neither a Republican or a Democrat. My posts are NOT INTENTED TO SWAY ANY ideology. What the president is selling the American people are HALF TRUTHS and by far his actions are not near what he states.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for the update Jon, hopefully we won't have 4 more years of Obama.


Mattie 4 years ago

Any candidate who becomes the GOP nominee will be better than four more years of Barak Obama.


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JON EWALL 4 years ago from usa

michiganman567

‘’It is also amazing how much Obama has done even with the resistance of Congress''

SOME HOW SOMEBODY IS MISSING THE FACTS.

1.The Democrats have had majority control of the Senate (1/2 of CONGRESS) since 2007 -2012.

Note, Senator Obama was in the Senate during the Bush era.

2.The Democrats have had majority control of the House (1/2 of CONGRESS) since 2007 - Jan. 2011.

3. THE DEMOCRATS HAVE HAD 2/3s CONTOL of our government since 2007-2012.

Somehow the Democrats blame the Bush administration and the present Republican controlled House ( 2011-2012 ) for all the countries problems. WOW

Obama and mainstream media's propaganda machines should be commended for having done a fantastic job of half truths and misinformation on the American people. There is an old saying, ’’ seek the truth, the truth will set you FREE ’’.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

I've noticed that too. Actually some woman who claimed to be a "yale law student" like that impresses me. Anyway, she she was playing the "Republicans control congress" card when I posted a link about Obama's new trillion dollar budget on facebook. I explained to her that we have a split congress because the Democrats control the Senate. And that the Democrats had a majority in both the house and the Senate for Obama's first two years. She said something about Fox News, and if I knew what the congress is. I blocked her. That is how I deal with the drones. It is getting pretty sad these days.


Dawn Elizabeth Slike 4 years ago

Well, why wouldn't a puppetmaster want to master more than one puppet? Except there are no protagonists, only antagonists. I'm sticking with a real winner, Santorum.


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JamesPoppell 4 years ago

Hello michiganman567,

I wish someone would ship Soros back to where he came from. Having said that, I'm afraid that Soros statement, that there isn't a bit of difference between Romney and Obama has some merit to it. Romney does not have a good track record with issues such as health care, abortion, and judicial appointments to name a few. Thanks for sharing. I always enjoy your hubs.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thank you for the comment Dawn. I think that the puppet master has more than one puppet, and methods to demonize puppets that do not do what they are told. Do not give up on the system though. That is what puppet masters want. Santorum does seem like the way to go. They are going to throw the kitchen sink at him.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

@James Soros will be going somewhere nice and hot in not too long. Unfortunately, someone else will pick up his torch of evil. Thanks for reading, and I am glad that you enjoy my hubs.


Paul 4 years ago

If you care at all about this once fine country then you need to vote for Ron Paul. There is a reason why mainstream TV has done everything they can to discredit him. He wants to put an end to the evils that are bringing this country down. His main goal is to end the Federal Reserve the main reason why our debt is through the roof. He has a structured plan on knocking a trillion dollars off the deficit in the first year and a balanced budget in 3 years. He wants to bring the soldiers home and protect our own borders instead of everybody elses. He wants to restore our Constitutional freedom. No other candidate is even talking about these topics. He is the only one saying this country is bankrupt and has a plan to save us.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thank you for your comment Paul. I still think that America is a fine country. I think that Ron Paul has discredited himself, the main stream media did not need to do anything. In fact, the main stream media loves when Ron Paul comes on and blames America for all of the worlds problems. Ron Paul does not want to end the evils of this country, he wants to legalize the evils that plague this country. If Ron Paul knocked a trillion dollars off of the $1 tillion deficit, then why would it take him 3 years to balance the budget? Who would Ron Paul protect our borders from? He doesn't even support border control. He opposes a fence, and he wants to legalize drug smuggling. No one else is talking about this, because it is craziness. Please go and read my article "I can't vote for Ron Paul he is Unelectable". Ron Paul is a politician, he is not your messiah. He is not going to save you from anything.

Here is the article, Everything is in video from Ron Pauls own lips: http://hubpages.com/politics/Why-I-cant-vote-for-R...


Paul 4 years ago

I don't want to get all negative with you because at least you know better than to vote for Obama or Romney. But, we are 15 Trillion in the hole, and I did read your article and I don't believe all I'm reading nor did I claim he was a Messiah. But we were warned about turning our money over to the Banking Corporations . The Federal Reserve has stolen our money and yes this is a fine country of good hard working people but our government has sold out to the highest bidder and now we are being ruled by corporations and all of our freedoms are being lost. We have gotten away from the Constitution and because of that we are in grave danger.


HorseSoldier 4 years ago

George Soros isn't just a spooky guy...he's downright sinster and evil. The man makes Billions playing off both sides of financial institutions of other countries.

He's been the Man with the Money behind the Marxist(Obama)Juggernaut for quite awhile now.

How much money do you think he's made off the European financial debacle the last few years? Billions?...perhaps.

Gingrich...all over the map and undisciplined. Paul is an isolationist with tin foil hat foreign policies(...but he sure has the got the Fed under scrutiny and he would be the Pitbull to chomp down on that BUTT). Romney is Obama Lite. Santorum isn't perfect,however,he does appear to have his finger on the pulse when it comes to what is ailing the USA...and that's the Marxist which resides in the White House.

Soros is only the TIP of this Marxist ICE BERG!!!

Keep digging for the truth(it is out there).

I knew 'bout Soros and Obama back in '04 while working in the Mid-East-Kuwait then Iraq.A few of my Govt.Contractor buddies and I would daily educate each other and "sit around the campfire" in the evening as well discussing the steamrolling agenda of the LEFT.

I warned people during the last election cycle what was in store if Obama got in.I was called all sorts of names back then.Well how's 15 trillion in debt and all that Hope & Change working for ya now,Sheeple?

By For Now


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for Commenting Paul. I agree that the federal reserve is a problem. I've known about this stuff for 15 years. That doesn't mean that I am going to blindly support Ron Paul or his son. I am not a libertarian. I am a Christian and this country will not survive without moral and just laws. Those laws are based on Christianity. If we eliminate Christianity, then our laws have no backing other than government control. It won't be long before we have anarchy.

If we had a reasonable candidate that was willing to go after the fed. I would support him. I like Ron Paul financially, to some extent.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Thanks for the comment HorseSoldier. It is a big ice berg that is for sure. One good thing about Paul is that he is educating a lot of people. A lot of kids that would probably vote Obama support Paul. The problem is that when Paul doesn't win, a lot of them vote Obama.

I keep on digging, but I don't need to find all of the ghosts. There are too many out there to chase them all down. Soros just happens to be in the open. God is in charge of this thing. Keep right with him and there isn't anything to worry about.

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high [places].


CK 4 years ago

I don't agree with your statement after viewing the Breitbart TV video. When being interviewed about the candidates of the Republican Party, Soros simply picked Romney over Gingrich and Santorum before the Michigan Primary. He sees no difference between Romney and Obama. I would not consider that a public ENDORSEMENT of Romney. It was not even a major network. And Soros, like Obama, says one thing and does another. Watch where Soros' money goes.


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Soros wanted Romney over any of the other Republican candidates because he stands for nothing. Romney is a spineless flip flopper that will sell out to wall street, bankers, leftists, and our enemies. It doesn't take any recognition or endorsement by Soros to come to that conclusion.

Of course Soros would rather have Obama than Romney. Obama is a Marxist just like Soros. Romney on the other hand is simply a spineless republican former Governor of the ultra liberal state of Massachusetts. Basically, he is the worst possible republican to choose if your goal is to reverse the mess that Obama has created.


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JON EWALL 4 years ago from usa

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Romney is what the American dream is all about. He is a self made billionaire who was born in a middle class family with a stern religious backround.All of his inheritance from his father was given to charity.Romney needs nothing from Soros. George Soros was a regular visitor to the whitehouse during Obama's early months.

Barak Obama , I Am A Muslim!

The PRESIDENT , who does he represent?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKGdkqfBICw&feature...


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Self made men do not have daddy's that are governors and attend Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills Michigan. Romney was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Obama is awful, but Romney isn't much better. He is a self described Moderate like John McCain. He is Democratlite.

Cranbrook Yearly Tuition (Boarding Students) $37,900

Your middle class is much more wealthy than mine.


Loather 4 years ago

I'm a man of peace, so i'm not advocating anything. That being said....with how open this guy is about subverting our government I really wonder why somebody has not put a cap in his head. You know you have all those conspiracy guys that think we are headed for a world government. You would think one of them would get a wild hair. Like....suppose you got diagnosed with cancer....you knew you were going to die....you could view it as a parting gift to your children or mankind in general....just say'en. That reminds me of this fantasy I used to have when I was a kid. It would always be me and this girl in my class (the one that everybody liked, of course) stuck on an island....where I was the only game in town....you had that daydream too?....anyhoo, where are all the loons when you need 'em?


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michiganman567 4 years ago from Michigan Author

Soros is one of many. He is a big time player in the whole one world crew, but he is replaceable. These people think that they control things, but God is the only one in control.


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JON EWALL 4 years ago from usa

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In October 2010, Soros openly announced that he was donating $1 million to Media Matters,

http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfi...

Here is another link to who George Soros is all about.

http://www.glennbeck.com/2012/06/05/mrcs-expose-on...

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