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Cut the Crap – Take One For The Team

Today I watched the first Formula 1 car race in this year’s season. Many ask me why I like this so much. Well, the answer is pretty simple, It is a race, one-driver-against-another, but at the same time it is a team sport.

Every Team, let’s say Red Bull Racing who holds the current world championship, has two drivers in the field who compete against each other and both drivers also fight for the so called Team-Championship.

In every race the drivers collect points and also the team collects points for technical improvements based on placing’s of the drivers. So it is just normal that at a certain point, when it is obvious a certain driver can’t win the world championship anymore (based on the collected points) he takes one for the team, protects the leading racer, and keeps the competitors back no matter if he likes his team partner or not – for the team championship.

What does this have to do with politics you ask? Everything – A Presidential race is not much different. We are at a point in the race where some contenders can’t win and it is time to take one for the team.

We have 4 Racers in the challenge Santorum, Romney, Gingrich, and Paul and 1 Team the GOP, the problem right now is nobody wants to take one for the team.

Status Quo

And while GOP contenders are busy smearing one another, throwing dirt on one another, and fighting senseless trench warfare on one another Obama has an easy game.

For the sitting president this election is like a 90yard rush into the end zone, touchdown included, with no defensive line there to try and block him.

All he has needed to do is sit back and quietly plan his strategy, and thanks to the ridiculous amount of GOP Debates he knows perfectly well what their strategy is.

And not only that:

Obama also places laws prohibiting every citizen from protesting against him without GOP candidates even reacting.

Obama Mocks the GOP contenders on gasoline prices – with no backtalk whatsoever (Watch the YouTube Video here)

Sends his VP Joe Biden into election mode spreading the word that the GOP has no clue about the middle class (of course in front of a crowd where the dinner cost $ 10,000 a plate).

And the list just continues.

Nate Beeler © - Obama's state of the Bracket

Voters and activists

In the 2010 Midterm election we all stood together, tall and united, knowing what was at stake.

But just like the candidates, the Voters are back where they were in 2008; everybody against everybody and no shoulder-to-shoulder standing whatsoever.

When I look at my network and read the comments I actually want to cry.

I can’t vote for Santorum because………..

I can’t vote for Romney because……..

I can’t Vote for Gingrich or Paul because……………..

He is a RINO, he is big Government, no he is not a RINO, no he is not Big Government, bla, bla, bla – it makes me sick.

My favorite line is: I can’t vote for either and before I vote for the second best I would rather not vote at all. Now this one really makes me sick.

EVERY VOTE NOT PLACED IS A VOTE FOR OBAMA
IF YOU DON’T VOTE YOU DON’T HAVE ANY RIGHT TO COMPLAIN

Here is a little lesson in political reality. My favorite candidate would be Lt. Col. Ret. Congressman Allen West of Florida, but he won’t run.

And since politics is not a “musical request program”, and unless anyone of the voters out there has the magic “Jeannie in the Bottle” that can bring the perfect candidate with a blink of her eye we all have to face reality, and pick one that is there.

And that brings me to the candidates

Who is left in the pool of candidates some like, some don’t. Nevertheless it is the best we’ve got right now and the true agenda in “The most important election in America’s history” is to kick Obama out, PERIOD.

Here is my question to the contenders (or some of them): Why do you run in the first place? 

a)    You run because you are truly interested in saving America

Then it is time to face political reality. Re-evaluate your chances by reality and not mathematical possibility and do the right thing.

Maybe you want to take from the example of Governor Rick Perry (R-TX), who was humble enough to know he is not going to win and took “one for the team”.

b)    You run because you are probably at an age where you think this is your last chance to gain the highest Office in the Country if not in the world

Then you better get out of the way. Your knuckle-biting does not serve anybody but Obama. This is not the time for personal conceitedness. We already have a self-absorbed narcissist in the office.

Where do we stand?

Whether you like it or not the fact is, based on delegate count, this has become a two-man-race between Mitt Romney (496) and Rick Santorum (236), with Newt Gingrich (141) and Ron Paul (66) pulling up the rear.

I was pretty much one of the first that brought up Newt Gingrich for President in 2011.

But I also was excited about Rick Perry, Michelle Bachmann, and not to mention that I was still praying for Lt. Col. Ret. Congressman West to reconsider and run. Reality speaks a different language and I have had have to face it too.

No matter where you stand on any candidate, the chances for Gingrich or Paul to still win the primaries are less than slim.

Ron Paul had his fun, and everybody agrees that some of his plans are absolutely the best choice for America. Bring our troops home, stop spending money on Wars we have no business being in, and keep our Money at home. But also some of his ideas are, well let’s say a good comedy. End the war on drugs by legalizing them? Give me a break.

He can’t win, that is also a fact. For a smart man like Congressman Paul it is time to endorse one of the front-runners and start supporting him.

Newt Gingrich had 2 resurrections already, but based on the recent numbers the chance of a third is dismal. He lost as a southerner in the Deep South against “Yankee” Santorum. That should be a message.

Another fact is that every political analyst from USA today to the Tea Party economist agrees that neither Newt Gingrich nor Rick Santorum can win if they both continue to stay in the race, BUT – together they can beat Obama.

Rick Santorum already mentioned that he would consider Newt Gingrich as Vice President. So – where is the problem Mr. Gingrich?

Be a sport, be humble like Perry and take one for the team, take one FOR AMERICA

This is a win-win situation for all of us. Gingrich gets his place in the white House, he can take on sleeping disorder VP Joe Biden, and battle him in debates, coach Rick Santorum to beat Obama in debates, while sharing with Santorum his profound knowledge and experience, and together fight for a renewed America.

That way we can make this what it already is – a two-man race between Santorum and Romney, and then the voters decide once and for all.

Meanwhile Newt Gingrich can start taking on Obama and his policies at every turn in order to prevent Obama from spreading his election message un-challenged.

And finally, (I’m almost begging here) close the frontline against our combined enemy Obama.

Candidates, Voters, Activist

This is a message to both, the candidates and the voters.

Stop smearing, whining, and nagging and acting like a spoiled 5 year old brat – or BOTH OF YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANOTHER 4 YEARS OF OBAMA FASCISM WITH ONLY YOURSELF TO BLAME

We can’t always have what we want, but we have one combined goal and that is SAVING AMERICA FROM OBAMA or see AMERICA GO ALL THE WAY DOWN

And I said it before and say it again to the Voters – you might not like the current choice, but the only other choice is 4 more years of Obama. So

FACE THE DAM REALITY AND VOTE
FOR THE MOST AMAZING SHINING CITY ON THE HILL

AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL

 

© My name is Tom Lehner and I’ll be damned if I ever apologize to be proud American.
Copyright 2012 – All rights reserved

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Sources / Related Links:

Youtube – Obama answers Republicans on Gas Prices

Godfather Politics – President Barack Obama signs Bill that Ends Free Speech in Presence of Any Politicians

Washington Post – Joe Biden: Digging back into his roots to move Obama forward

From the Mind of Tom Lehner – my Endorsement for the Pres. Election 2012: Part 4/4 – Newt Gingrich

Washington Times – Five questions with Newt Gingrich

Michelle Malkin @ Townhall – The Myth of ‘Middle-Class’ Uncle Joe

Washington Post – White House moves into full reelection mode

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