October 15, 2007
See numerous links below exposing Washington-Insider, CFR-member, Pro-Abort, Anti-Free Speech (McCain-Feingold campaign finance "reform"), former Republican US Senator Fred Thompson, now GOP candidate for US President, for the NWO Illuminati Establishment Insider candidate that he truly is.
Thompson says he's the real conservative
By LIZ SIDOTI, Associated Press Writer 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
Republican presidential contender Fred Thompson swipes at GOP rival Rudy Giuliani in a speech he plans to give Monday night on the former New York mayor's home turf.
"Some think the way to beat the Democrats in November is to be more like them. I could not disagree more," the one-time Tennessee senator says in remarks he is to deliver before the Conservative Party of New York.
"I believe that conservatives beat liberals only when we challenge their outdated positions, not embrace them. This is not a time for philosophical flexibility, it is a time to stand up for what we believe in," Thompson adds.
He doesn't mention Giuliani's name in excerpts made available to The Associated Press, but he's clearly trying to draw a contrast with the rival who's leading in national Republican polls.
Giuliani was once a Democrat. Unlike Thompson, the New Yorker backs abortion rights and gay rights. And, the ex-mayor's central argument for Republicans to nominate him is that he gives them the most likely shot to win in the general election.
Ahead of Thompson's speech, Giuliani's campaign arranged for several deputy mayors who served in his administrations to hold a news conference in Times Square later Monday to promote his success in reducing crime, overhauling welfare and cutting taxes.
"Some candidates talk the talk about Republican principles. Others actually have a proven track record of governing according to Republican principles. Rudy Giuliani has that record," Randy Mastro, a deputy mayor in Giuliani's first term told the AP before the news conference.
With voting beginning in under three months, Thompson is trying to win the support of conservatives who are pivotal in GOP primaries.
"With me, what you see is what you get. I was a proud conservative yesterday, I remain one today, and I will be one tomorrow," Thompson says.
He touts his eight-year Senate tenure and boasts of working to further the conservative causes of smaller government, lower taxes, less regulation and conservative judges.
In fact, while he was seen as a reliably conservative vote in the Senate, he sometimes strayed from the party line and focused more on investigating than legislating.
Conversely, Giuliani voted for Democratic presidential nominee George McGovern in 1972. As a Republican mayor, he broke from the GOP and endorsed Democratic Gov. Mario Cuomo in an unsuccessful race for a fourth term. In his own two terms as mayor, Giuliani staunchly supported abortion rights, gay rights and gun control and also was left-of-center on a host of other issues.
He also has had a rocky history with the Conservative Party of New York.
In his first mayoral race in 1989, Giuliani ran as a Republican but sought and won the Liberal Party's endorsement, too. He lost but ran again in 1993, that time winning with the Liberal Party's backing.
Thompson's address to the Conservative Party will be his first public event since participating in his first presidential debate in Michigan last Tuesday. He was scheduled to be in New Hampshire late last week for a fundraising breakfast for Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta, but he canceled his trip. Aides say he also plans stops this week in Washington, Georgia and Florida.
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2006 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Membership Roster
See a concise overview article about the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) at:
"The Definition of Tyranny," The New American (May 15, 1995), by John F. McManus
Previous reports on Fred Thompson:
Fred Thompson NOT Pro-Life, June 5, 2007, on FOX News with Sean Hannity:
- "I would not be and never have been for a law that says, on the state level, if I were back in Tennessee voting on this, for example, that, if they chose to criminalize a young woman, ..."
Protester confronts Fred Thompson on CFR / NAU
- 'Former Sen. Fred Thompson, a Republican presidential candidate in waiting, candidly answered a question at a campaign stop in Texas yesterday regarding his membership in the Council on Foreign Relations, sometimes referred to as a "shadow government" organization of elites with a global agenda.'
July 25, 2007
Richard Viguerie: Conservatives, Beware of Fred Thompson
Washington-Insider, CFR-member Fred Thompson on Legal Defense Fund Advisory Committee for CFR-member Scooter Libby
One-third of Libby Legal Defense Trust Advisory Committee Members were listed as Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) members in 2006
July 6, 2007
Washington-Insider, CFR-member Fred Thompson backed CFR-member Scooter Libby pardon
CFR-member Fred Thompson, former Senator and Washington lobbyist, has long backed a pardon for CFR-member Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the former chief of staff of CFR-member, Vice President Dick Cheney convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice, by Skull and Bones masonic secret society member President George W. Bush.
July 3, 2007
Pro-abort, CFR-member Fred Thompson wows desperate, naive South Carolina Republicans in Columbia - June 27, 2007
Soon-to-officially-announce GOP candidate for president Thompson impresses blinded "conservatives" looking for an "electable" winner Wednesday, June 27, 2007, at the Clarion Town House Hotel, Columbia, South Carolina
June 29, 2007 / corrected/revised July 2, 2007
Fred Thompson / CFR / North American Union
- The CFR is pushing the North American Union (NAU)
- Fred Thompson is a member of the CFR
June 13, 2007
Fred Thompson: Another CFR-Member
Fred Thompson - another CFR-member for president
Should Fred Thompson enter the 2008 presidential race, he would become the fifth member of the globalist, NWO's Council on Foreign Relations to do so, joining fellow CFR-members, US Senator John McCain, (former VA) Gov. Jim Gilmore, (NM) Gov. Bill Richardson, and US Senator Chris Dodd. Furthermore, former US House Speaker Newt Gingrich, also a member of the CFR, is also considering entering the presidential race later this Fall (perhaps if enough conservatives don't take the bait and swallow the lie that globalist, First Amendment
free-speech enemy Fred Thompson is a "conservative")
June 3, 2007
No King but King Jesus! (Y'shua Messiah)
Declarations and Evidences of Christian Faith in America’s Colonial Charters, State Constitutions, and other Historical Documents during over 375 Years of American History: 1606 to 1982
"... I will build My church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Matt. 16:18
Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life
PO Box 50358
Ocyober 15, 2007
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