Sunday, February 03, 2008

Romney (52%) wins in Maine, beats McCain (21%) by more than 2-1; Paul 3rd (19%); Huckabee distant 4th (6%)

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Romney (52%) wins in Maine, beats McCain (21%) by more than 2-1; Paul 3rd (19%); Huckabee distant 4th (6%)
Updated: 2/3/2008 11:45 AM / 68% of precincts

Romney wins Maine GOP caucuses
February 2, 2008

Of the first eight state Republican contests, Romney has won four, McCain has won three, and Huckabee won one:

Romney won: Wyoming (Jan 5); Michigan (Jan 15); Nevada (Jan 19); and Maine (Feb 2)
McCain won: New Hampshire (Jan 8); South Carolina (Jan 19); Florida (Jan 29)
Huckabee won: Iowa (Jan 3)

AFTER winner-take-all Maine, Romney, beating McCain by over 30 pts., 52% to 21%, has moved to within 16 in the all important delegate count. McCain still has LESS THAN 100 DELEGATES of the nearly 1,200 (1,191) needed for the nomination !!!

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
Giuliani - 1 delegate

Don't fall prey to the routine mind-manipulation propagated by the various Ministries of Propaganda in the CFR-controlled dominant dinosaur media (ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS News Hour, FOX). Don't accept an overall message that: "John McCain is the undisputed Republican front-runner, blah, blah, blah,..."

That is rubbish. Almost 1,200 delegates are needed to win the Republican nomination (out of 2,380 total delegates to the Republican National Convention), and John McCain has only won 93 delegates so far (8%) in the first eight GOP contested States ! McCain needs almost another 1,100 delegates to be nominated !
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

The truth is that for the eight states which have had GOP caucuses / primaries so far (Iowa, Wyoming, New Hampshire, Michigan, Nevada, South Carolina, Florida, and Maine), CFR, Pro-Abort, Anti-Free-Speech, Pro-Amnesty John McCain has only 93 delegates (8%) out of the 1,191 delegates needed to be nominated. Romney has 77 delegates (6%), and Huckabee has 40 delegates (3%).


Huckabee could impact Tuesday's results
Sunday, February 3, 2008
[excerpts, emphasis added]

With 21 states holding contests Tuesday and offering more than 1,000 delegates, Huckabee's continued presence could be a major factor in what essentially has become a two-man race between Republican front-runner John McCain and Mitt Romney.

A Southerner and one-time Baptist preacher, Huckabee hopes to perform strongly, if not win, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Missouri to reinvigorate his campaign.

In those states, Huckabee could end up helping McCain ­ he calls him a friend ­ by peeling away votes and delegates from Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who is competing there after essentially ceding big-prize Northeast battlegrounds.

Huckabee and Romney draw much of their support from the same pool of conservative voters, while McCain tends to attract voters of all ideological stripes. Romney, himself, has raised the possibility that Huckabee might be continuing his bid solely "to try and split that conservative vote."

Huckabee dismisses any notion that he's a stalking horse for McCain and that he is trying to derail Romney. "I would really take umbrage to that. Maybe that it's Romney's staying in the race to take votes from me," he told the AP.

It's possible Huckabee has motives beyond winning the nomination. Among them: taking down Romney, solidifying his position as a new leader of the religious right and setting himself up for life after the campaign trail.

Speculation also abounds that he is positioning himself for a vice presidential slot. And with no job to fall back on, and with books to sell and speaking engagements to line up, it's possible Huckabee believes his stock will rise higher the longer he stays in the race.

"I'm running for president," he contends, refusing to entertain such talk.


The possibility of Mike Huckabee being chosen as CFR John McCain's running mate, seems both plausible and troubling considering Huckabee's affinity for Council on Foreign Relations president, Richard Haass:

Huckabee 'Friendly' With Richard Haass' CFR-Globalization Policies
Aaron Dykes / January 3, 2008
YouTube video

An Iowa student expressed his concerns about the Council on Foreign Relations with presidential candidate Mike Huckabee during a recent appearance.

Huckabee had no reservations explaining his affection for the secretive think tank. "There are very good people involved," he told the young Republican.

One such CFR member is its current head, Richard Haass, whom Huckabee describes as "an old friend" who is "very knowledgeable about international affairs." Huckabee then off-set speculation about Haass by adding that "nobody can question his sense of patriotism or loyalty to the United States."

Richard Haass has previously made direct statements declaring that "State sovereignty must be altered" to yield to control by world bodies and the forces of globalization. The CFR head is also a frequent attendee at Bilderberg conferences, and may well have a different sense of loyalty and patriotism than other Americans.

Nevertheless, Huckabee's statements in Iowa only further solidify statements he made last week to CNN's Wolf Blitzer where he named Haass as his key source for foreign policy, along with Frank Gaffney, a notorious neo-con.

Huckabee, under the guidance of Haass, would certainly pose a danger to national sovereignty-- not only does the C.F.R. regard the concept of sovereignty with contempt, but has effectively worked towards erasing all borders and increasing international integration since its inception.

Further, its a clear sign that Huckabee would offer no resistance to further NAFTA expansion, deals like the SPP and other steps towards the further degradation of the Constitution (making him not much different from the other corrupt presidential candidates).

Huckabee did acknowledge concerns about the CFR's role as an "international, globalist organization" as a potential threat to State sovereignty, but seemed to offset such concerns with regard for its role in 'research.'


Mike Huckabee

To all Huckabee supporters who truly care about U.S. sovereignty, please view this video: .
Did you hear who Huckabee named as his foreign policy advisors?

In summary, Wolf Blitzer asked Huckabee who his foreign policy advisors are. “Well, I have a number of people from whom I get policy,” Mr. Huckabee responded, mentioning by name Frank Gafney, Richard Haass, and John R. Bolton.

Two of the three, Haass and Bolton, are members of the Council on Foreign Relations. In fact, as Wolf Blitzer pointed out to the CNN audience, Richard Haass is president of the CFR. For those who don't already know, the CFR is purposed to create the NAU & a one-world government. Please do your own due diligence to confirm this.

[ CCL Note: CFR Membership List: ]


Huck Takes Heat for Having CFR Adviser
Date: Thursday, January 10 @ 01:11:58 CST
Topic: Republican GOP Republicans immigration

Candidate turns to globalist Richard Haass for foreign policy advice


Huckabee factor could sap Romney in South

The Huckabee factor may be getting relatively little attention nationally in the Republican nomination battle because the former Arkansas governor has failed to repeat his Iowa victory. But in a region that has equal or greater evangelical strength than Iowa, Huckabee may become the decisive factor - at Romney's expense.

Voters identifying themselves as evangelicals and Christian conservatives could make up more than half of the Republican electorate in the four Southern states voting Tuesday, analysts said. The contests - out of 21 across the country - are being held in Huckabee's home state of Arkansas as well as Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee.

"Huckabee's presence in the race hurts Romney a lot more than it hurts McCain because I think that Romney would be the second choice of the majority of evangelicals who are going to vote for Huckabee," said Richard Land, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, the public policy agency of the Southern Baptist Convention.

[ CCL Note: Dr. Richard Land, Southern Baptist Convention is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations(CFR) ]

[ CFR Membership List: ]

The Southern states could hold the balance of power on Super Tuesday, with a combined prize of 200 delegates, a total greater than that offered by either the 170 of California or the 101 of New York. McCain leads in both those states, while Romney hopes to beat McCain in Massachusetts and Utah.

A number of polls demonstrate how Huckabee is hurting Romney. [continued]


Coming up this Tuesday, Feb. 5th, 20 states will conduct Republican Primary or Caucus Contests. On Saturday, Feb. 9th, two more states will also:
[ On Super Tuesday, Feb 5th ] - Republicans hold 15 primaries, five caucuses and one state convention, and pick 1,023 delegates. Ten of the Republican contests are winner-take-all.

Note: The Montana State Republican Party is holding a February 5th presidential caucus.

February 5th: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Utah

February 9th: Kansas and Louisiana

McCAIN MUST BE DEFEATED on February 5th "Super Tuesday"
(Republican contests in 20 states)

By the grace of God, we defeated McCain's Amnesty Bill this past Summer 2007 - now may God grant the Defeat of McCain This Coming Week !!!

- 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 an addtional Eighth Point at:

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


"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

"But judgment shall return unto righteousness: and all the upright in heart shall follow it."

Psalm 94:15, KJB

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Hallelu-Yah !

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February 3, 2008

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