We lost a key GOP primary election in South Carolina recently. Voters in the GOP primary chose Mark Sanford, a confessed adulterer, over a strong social conservative in the 1st Congressional District. GING-PAC had supported two social conservatives in that race, but South Carolinian Republicans apparently figured a man who was unfaithful to his wife would be a good choice to run against liberal Elizabeth Colbert Busch in the special election in June. The South Carolina GOP has just handed over the 1st Congressional District to a leftist. It had been firmly in the hands of conservatives for years.
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Larry Grooms continues to receive endorsements from seated congressmen for the 1st congressional special election in South Carolina while Fox News continues to puff the son of left-wing nut Ted Turner for the open seat. Congressman Trent Franks asks why Obama never says a critical word about the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Popular Senator Johanns has announced he will not run again / President Obama appears ready to extradite a German family who seek to stay in the USA because they will be jailed for home-schooling their children, Meanwhile Obama has release over 2,000 illegals from jail who are convicted criminals.
GING-PAC endorses Larry Grooms for Congress in the South Carolina 1st District race! State Senator Larry Grooms has a solid record of upholding traditional marriage, the sanctity of human life, a strong national security and limited government. He’s both a social and economic conservative. Larry faces a primary challenge in March, with the special election to be held in May.
April news from GING-PAC. newly endorsed candidates included Steve King in Iowa, Sandy Adams in Florida and Ken Timmerman in Maryland. Planned Parenthood has a “toxic ten” list of pro-life congressman and Senators they want to defeat that includes Marco Rubio of Florida, a Senator GING-PAC helped to elect. Chairman William J. Murray discusses the effect of the Rick Santorum candidacy and why GING-PAC helped keep him on the road.
Imagine the GOP primary run by the Fox Business Network. Imagine the GOP presidential primary with no mention of the murder of thirty-five million babies under Roe v. Wade. Imagine the entire presidential primary going by with same-sex marriage as a given, and not a single word said against it by any candidate. Imagine forcing Christian pharmacists to hand out pills to induce abortion and not a single word said against it by a presidential candidate. Imagine Christian schools being forced by the government to hire atheist teachers and Jewish schools being forced to hire Muslims to teach religion, and there being no one running for president that said ‘no.” Imagine a presidential race where nothing but money mattered and no one even stepped forward to be critical of legalizing prostitution or drugs. Imagine a presidential race where not a critical word was said of Islamic Sharia law. Imagine all of the above and you would have a good vision of a presidential race without Rick Santorum.
As of today Rick Santorum is number one in the national polls. In Mitt Romney’s home state of Michigan, Rick Santorum has a double digit lead. Romney has been forced to buy $2 million in negative mud slinging advertising against Santorum in Michigan to try to save himself from the embarrassment of being defeated by as much as 15 points in his home state. I predict this will not help, and that Santorum will still beat Romney in Michigan. Meanwhile Newt Gingrich borrowed millions and has virtually no money in the bank to even buy advertising. He has to rely on the TV ads placed by a Los Vegas billionaire who made his money on gambling. Think about that for a few minutes.
Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum is the first, and currently the only, presidential candidate to sign the Pledge for Religious Freedom that has been co-signed by prominent religious leaders and groups such as: Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Stuart Epperson of Salem Communications, Richard Bott of Bott Radio Network, and Dr. Richard Land of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
The statistics in Florida were staggering. About 38 percent of evangelical Christians voted for an ultra-rich Mormon who made his money managing a hedge fund and has a dubious record as a conservative. Thirty-seven percent voted for a serial adulterer who owns a K Street firm that peddles influence in Washington, D.C. A staggering 5 percent voted for a libertarian who believes Israel should be abandoned and that the federal government should have no laws against recreational drugs such as heroin.
Newt Gingrich, riding high on his attacks on the media, received 41% of the vote. The problem with this is that Newt Gingrich’s views change literally by the minute and he has held far more positions on both sides of the issues than has Gov. Mitt Romney. Because I am a Washington insider and because I do know Newt Gingrich well, I can say with clarity that if he is the Republican nominee for president Barack Obama will win a second term and the Republicans will lose control of the House and drop seats in the Senate. During a second Obama term the pro-life movement will be crushed using Obama Care and the United States will become a welfare state. Religious freedom as we know it will end, with the government controlling who is hired and fired by the church and dictating what can be said from the pulpit.
GING-PAC ENDORSES RICK SANTORUM – As the chairman of Government Is Not God Political Action Committee (GING-PAC), I officially endorsed former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum for the office of the President of the United States just prior to the Iowa caucuses. To this official endorsement by GING-PAC I added my personal endorsement as well. Rick Santorum has an understanding that goes beyond being pro-life and pro-family. He thoroughly understands the current rise of radical Islam and how it poses a threat to Western civilization. Rick Santorum is committed to defending religious freedom not only here in America but around the world. During his time in the Senate Rick Santorum established the International Religious Freedom Caucus. This caucus of Senators in cooperation with outside groups worked tirelessly for the freedom of religious minorities, particularly in predominantly Islamic nations where they are persecuted.