Please forward this e-mail to your lists and friends with GOP primaries in these two states and Washington D.C.:
February 12th: Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
- please pass this e-mail around to your e-mail lists, call-in on talk radio, phone and talk with friends and family over the next two days:
NEITHER JOHN MCCAIN, NOR MITT ROMNEY, NOR MIKE HUCKABEE, NOR RON PAUL, HAVE THE WORLDVIEW OF CHRISTIAN CONSTITUTIONALISTS:
Though that is not to say that all four Republican candidates are equal. Ron Paul for example is pro-life, and a constitutional hero in many ways (e.g., HR 2597, HR 1146), but misses the mark with some of his Libertarian views on certain other moral issues. Mitt Romney follows a false religion, and has a very liberal background, although he appears to be on a journey. Mike Huckabee is a strongly pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-Fair Tax, evangelical Christian, who is refreshingly open about his belief in the Saviour; however he is also a CFR-friendly, pro-NAFTA, 'big government' styled liberal. Only Ron Paul opposes the undeclared, unconstitutional, illegal, unnecessary, unjustified, immoral and therefore UNJUST War in Iraq (that was initiated to advance the New World Order, just as Bush, Sr. said in 1990/1991 about that Persian Gulf War). All that said, in the opinion of this writer, of the now three Republican candidates, CFR, Pro-Abort, Pro-Amnesty, Anti-Free-Speech, Pro-NAFTA, Pro-CAFTA John McCain is by far the most dangerous Republican candidate to the families, faith, freedom and sovereignty of America - his amnesty for 20 million illegal aliens position alone would destroy the USA as we know it, helping further pave the way for the CFR's North American Union.
BOTH HILLARY CLINTON AND BARACK OBAMA ARE PRO-ABORTION, HEALTH CARE SOCIALISTS:
Hillary Clinton on abortion:
Barack Obama on abortion:
Hillary Clinton on healthcare / mandatory "Hillarycare":
Barack Obama on healthcare:
Biblical Standards for Choosing Civil Magistrates - by William Einwechter, July 7, 2004
Vision Forum Ministries
February 10, 2008
Romney exit sets McCain's course
WASHINGTON John McCain moved closer to locking up the Republican nomination for president after his best-financed opponent ended his campaign Thursday, but the Arizona senator still faces the task of winning over skeptical conservative activists. A few [CPAC] conference delegates booed McCain on Thursday, especially when he mentioned immigration.
Feb. 8, 2008
Obama sweeps Saturday contests; Huckabee takes 2
Feb 10, 2008
Huckabee beats McCain by 2.5 to 1 in Kansas, 60%-24%;
close wins for each in Louisiana (Huckabee), and
Washington (McCain), on Feb 9th:
Kansas: Huckabee (60%); McCain (24%); Paul (11%)
- Huckabee takes all 36 Kansas delegates
Louisiana: Huckabee (43%); McCain (42%); Paul (5%)
- delegates to be awarded at LA state convention
Washington: McCain (26%); Huckabee (24%); Paul (21%)
- delegates to be awarded following week
Total GOP delegate count (to date) in first 32 GOP contested states:
McCain - 710 delegates ( 60% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Romney - 282 delegates ( 24% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated; campaign suspended )
Huckabee - 231 delegates ( 19% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Paul - 14 delegates ( 1% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
USA Today (includes results beginning with Iowa, but does not include Republican results for W VA and MONT ?)
PBS Super Tuesday Delegate Total by Candidate, by State
There are currently 4,049 total delegates to the Democratic National Convention, including 3,253 pledged delegates and 796 superdelegates. The total number of delegate votes needed to win the nomination is 2,025.
There are currently 2,380 total delegates to the Republican National Convention, including 1,917 pledged delegates and 463 unpledged delegates. The total number of delegate votes needed to win the nomination is 1,191.
More about the delegate selection process
Total states won by each candidate in first 32 GOP contested states:
McCain - won 13 states:
Prior to Super Tuesday: NH, SC, FL
Super Tuesday: AZ, CA, CONN, DEL, ILL, MO, NJ, NY, OK
Feb 9th: WA
Romney - won 11 states:
Prior to Super Tuesday: WY, MICH, NV, MAINE
Super Tuesday: ALASK, COL, MASS, MINN, MONT, ND, UT
Huckabee - won 8 states:
Prior to Super Tuesday: IA
Super Tuesday: ALA, ARK, GA, TENN, W VA
Feb 9th: KS, LA
Paul - won 0 states:
On Super Tuesday, Feb 5th:
This is the delegate count on Super Tuesday (Feb 5th) for the 21 Republican state contests:
(ALA, ALASK, ARIZ, ARK, CA, COL, CONN, DEL, GA, ILL, MASS, MINN, MO, MONT, NJ, NY, ND, OK, TENN, UT, and W VA)
McCain - 617 delegates ( 52% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Romney - 205 delegates ( 17% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Huckabee - 155 delegates ( 13% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Paul - 10 delegates ( 1% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Prior to Super Tuesday:
Prior to Super Tuesday, there were Republican contests in eight states:
(Iowa, Wyoming, New Hampshire, Michigan, Nevada, South Carolina, Florida, and Maine)
This is the total delegate count for these eight states PRIOR to Super Tuesday (Feb 5th):
McCain - 93 delegates ( 8% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Romney - 77 delegates ( 6% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Huckabee - 40 delegates ( 3% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Paul - 4 delegates ( 0% of the total of 1,191 needed to be nominated )
Coming up this Tuesday, Feb. 12th, two states and Washington D.C. will conduct Republican primaries.
February 12th: Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
McCAIN MUST NOT BE SUPPORTED on February 12th.
(Republican primaries in two states and Washington D.C.)
By the grace of God, we defeated McCain's Amnesty Bill this past Summer 2007 - now may God grant the Defeat of McCain's attempt to become U.S. President !!!
- See Seven Points to help expose CFR, Pro-Abort, Anti-Free-Speech, Pro-Amnesty John "McC-Amnesty" McCain here:
McCain has less than 100 GOP delegates from votes in 1st seven states; almost 1,200 GOP delegates are needed to win nomination !
Of the first seven state Republican contests, Romney has won three, McCain has won three, and Huckabee won one:
- See these addtional postings to help expose Pro-CAFTA, Pro-NAFTA, Establishment Insider John McCain:
CFR's John "No Borders, McC-Amnesty" McCain voted for CAFTA on June 30, 2005:
CAFTA vote in US Senate: 54 Y - 45 N, Thursday, June 30, 2005
Pro-Aborts, Pro-Sodomites Schwarzenegger and Giuliani endorse Pro-Abort McCain
CFR wolf-in-sheep's clothing Dr. Richard Land, Southern Baptist Convention says:
CFR Pro-Abort John McCain "is strongly pro-life."
Dr. James Dobson, Focus on the Family says:
"I would not vote for John McCain under any circumstances"
CFR Globalist McCain voted for NAFTA in Nov. 1993;
CFR-friendly Huckabee praises Bill Clinton for signing NAFTA
John McCain is UN-ELECTABLE in the general election in November 2008. CFR, Pro-Abort, Anti-Free-Speech, John "Open Borders, McC-Amnesty" McCain will not be supported by conservative constitutionalist pro-life Christian patriots !!!
John McCain is NOT Pro-Life !!!
- John McCain supports exceptions to a ban on abortion.
- John McCain has repeatedly voted to fund ESCR
- John McCain has voted to fund Planned Parenthood
- John McCain has voted to fund surgical abortions
- John McCain has voted to fund chemical abortions
- John McCain has voted to fund fornication
Proof McCain Voted For Federal Taxpayer Abortion Funding
George Mason, Virginia delegate to the Constitutional Convention, 1787:
"Every master of slaves is born a petty tyrant. They bring the judgment of heaven upon a country. As nations cannot be rewarded or punished in the next world, they must be in this. By an inevitable chain of causes and effects, Providence punishes nation sins, by national calamites."
America lost over 600,000 American lives in the War Between Americans (1861-1865) as a result of God's divine judgment on the national sin of America's institutionalized chattel slavery system
Just as God is already bringing incrementally greater divine judgment (e.g., 9-11, War in Iraq, ongoing Foreign Invasion by 10-20 Million Illegal Aliens, etc., etc., etc.) upon America for our federal, state, and local government-protected, institutionalized system of child-murder in our 750 plus abortion centers and hospitals and doctors offices today. www.lifedynamics.com/DeathCamps/DeathCamps.cfm
AMERICA - A NATION UNDER DIVINE JUDGMENT.
Psalm 33:12; Proverb 14:34; Psalm 9:17; 2 Kings 24:1-4; Jeremiah 19:3-5; Psalm 106:37-42
Foreign invasion (10-20 Million Illegal Aliens) and War (Iraq) are divine consequences upon a nation, any nation, for the shedding of innocent blood (e.g., 2 Kings 24:1-4)...
Tornadoes leave at least 54 dead across South
Feb. 5, 2008 (Updated Feb. 7, 2008)
Cleanup continues after devastating tornadoes
Feb. 7, 2008
TORNADOES KILL 56 IN THE SOUTH (TENN - 31, ARK - 13, KY - 7, ALA - 5)
"If My people [Christians], which are called by My Name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My Face, and turn from their wicked ways [sins of commission and omission]; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land [America, or any nation]."
2 Chronicles 7:14
FIFTH ANNUAL "REPENTANCE FOR BLOODGUILT" OUTDOOR WORSHIP SERVICE IN COLUMBIA, SC (since January 2003)
Sunday, January 21, 2007, South Steps, SC State House, Columbia, South Carolina
"But judgment shall return unto righteousness: and all the upright in heart shall follow it."
Psalm 94:15, KJB
"Contemporary Christian Artist: Tim Juillet"
(scroll down to song in player window in upper right of home page)
No King but King Jesus! (Yeshua 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
February 10, 2008
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