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At the mic - Guest, Rusty Bliss, U. S. Senate Candidate Ohio

Host Bob Murphy, Liaison for the Tea Party Carey Masci, Senatorial Candidate Rusty Bliss were at the mics.
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Observations on Rick Santorum and Ron Paul, two candidates the establishment didn’t figure on that would get much attention but they are and not going away any time soon.


Rick Santorum

The Santorum Effect

It’s amazing how one candidate can redirect an entire nomination process. The number one issue was suppose to be about the economy but because of Rick Santorum a dialog about faith, family, and morals has been front and center.

Santorum was right to do so, after all this is the Republican primary and home of the Christian Conservative Right the largest voting block for the GOP. This is not a marketing ploy either to garner support to win the nomination. Those who have known Rick Santorum for sometime always praise him on character and how steadfast he is with his beliefs. So Santorum is quite comfortable taking charge and leading the party back to the right because this has been his position since the get go unlike some of the other Republican candidates who are now scrambling trying to out conservative each other and distance themselves from their own past.

The media is also trying hard to put on the back burner issues of morals and saying its not that big a deal but there’s Santorum putting them back out front again and again and again. Whether America wants to admit or face it morals or the lack there of is the number one reason for the decline and mess America finds herself in.

So I congratulate Santorum for opening dialog that needed to be opened.


Ron Paul

Dealing with Ron

Rep. Ron Paul – The most unifying and divisive political figure to enter the arena in a long time. Even though Rep. Paul has been in public service for years it is just now during the last election and this current one that he is a household name and just mentioning Ron Paul starts a debate, either for or against.

The Ron Paul phenomenon has attracted people from all age groups but number one is young people. Young adults, college kids and others who may never of wanted to get involved but are now. Whether Paul wins the nomination or not doesn’t matter his footprint has been felt in the GOP. If young people are not alienated by being shut out or become disillusioned they will be part of the reshaping of the Republican Party in the near future.

On some things Paul is way out there but on others we could learn a lot from him especially on financial concerns. So it’s time to welcome Ron Paul and his supporters to the family whether we like it or not.

Carey Masci
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Friends,

First it was Pawlenty to drop out, then Cain, Bachman and now Huntsman. That’s why it is so important to study the entire field of candidates and not just pick one that you like but pick multiple choices.

This way if one drops out and it happens to be your first choice you will be ready to rejoin the fight with your other picks.

The nomination process is as volatile as a Cleveland weather forecast and you need to be prepared for anything.

So I hope everyone is staying involved because our real battle comes in November when it comes time to take on Obama and remove him and his socialist agenda.

Your Friend,
Bob Murphy

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