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By Betty Freauf

June 22, 2010

If Nevada’s U.S. Senator and current Senate President, Harry Reid, wins in November, will it be because the sore losers in the GOP refuse to support the Tea Party winner, Sharron Angle? The GOP is notorious for shooting itself in the foot OR is it purposeful? The two -party system is steeped in similar strategies held deeply in Communist countries that give the voters a variety of choices - all Communists. The two- party system even has “Central Committees.” Basically it is a scam, an oligarchy, and a monopoly. Beverly Eakman in an open letter to the Conservative Political Action Committee (C.P.A.C.), GOP chairman Michael Steele and Newt Gingrich reminds them why she thinks the party is over.

Former president Bill Clinton had great admiration for Georgetown’s Professor Carroll Quigley’s and was one of his students. Quigley’s 1966 monumental Tragedy and Hope explained how the New World Order Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) controls both parties. Standing before a CFR background and addressing the brethren in September 1998 Clinton said, “…the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy… But if either party in office becomes in time corrupt, tired, unenterprising, and vigorless, then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will have none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies. [1]

The CFR’s British sister is the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA). Both were established as fronts for the Rhodes-Milner Group, the super-elite British cabal formed by diamond magnate Cecil Rhodes and Lord Alfred Milner toward the end of the 19th century. [2]

Bill Clinton knew perfectly well the “insiders” are the ones that call the shots. We also have the Ethics Panel that is supposed to investigate alleged corruption but in cases like Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY), that investigation has been going on for several years and still no resolution. Comedian Don Rickles says Rangel is still alive and still robbing the taxpayer’s blind suggesting it has been six decades of theft. Rickles says Rangel is the only man with a rent-controlled mansion, the guy who writes our tax laws but forgets to pay taxes on $75 grand in rental income and runs more scams than a Nigerian banker.

While the Republicans as a general rule tend to cater to the right on the second amendment, pro-life, pro-military and pro-business, the Democrats support pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, anti-gun, anti-war and they are pro-union. And then German philosopher Friederich Hegel’s dialectic principle” comes into play. Both parties get huge amounts of money from businesses as well as campaign financing from special interest groups. And while the supporters of those issues are haggling, the New World Order crowd gradually moves its agenda forward. The inner-party rivalries are merely superficial and contrived. The Obama administration is attempting to nationalize every facet of our economy. And with a new unconstitutional regulatory “czar” able to decide when a business may or may not be at risk of failure, it is hard to say what corporation will be taken over next. [3] President Obama’s power may very well now equal or surpass such Communist dictators as Fidel Castor or Hugo Chavez.

But it was the Republicans who set this latest stage! In 2008 under President George W. Bush and his Treasury secretary, Henry Paulson, proposed the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) which ingested $700 billion of capital into what they deemed were failing banking financial institutions. Many of us in 2008 were yelling let ‘em fail, The Republicans in the House had the majority and tried to stop the TARP bill and substitute an approach masterminded by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to insure banks rather than pass out checks to them. (Doesn’t FDIC already insure the banks?) The House defeated Bush’s bailout proposal. So what did our war hero, Senator John McCain do? He suspended his presidential campaign to return to Washington to help get TARP passed. As usual, the House Republicans caved in at the behest of their nominee and agreed to it. [4] It’s been one bailout and one stimulus package after another as America sinks deeper and deeper into the unsustainable financial hole.

Oregon Republicans and Democrats have always been best buddies when it comes to teaming up to end any third party competition Registered independents are not allowed to vote in the Oregon Primaries which means these folks get to vote in November for TwiddleDee or Twiddle Dumb that came out of the May primary. Even if the Republicans should miraculously take over the House of Representatives and/or the Senate or both, President Barack Obama with his veto power, his regulatory “czar” appointment, his ability to eliminate competition and set the salaries of corporate executives leaves the GOP in the dust. In addition, it is not unusual for presidents to purge civil servants who do not follow the “party line” thereby continuing the “spoils system.” I’m sure our Founding Fathers did not talk about a majority or a minority party but instead doing what would be best for our country.

Pat Buchanan says the Xeroxed Republicans and Democrats think they have a lock on the electoral system (and they do) where globalism and “social justice” is the game and they are suspicious of those who would put America first. The Council on Foreign Relations, which I’ve heard Glenn Beck mention recently, has gained a virtual lock-hold on the U.S. government regardless of which party is in office. Many conservatives who may be better qualified to run for an office than the GOP “frozen chosen” have run up against this for far too long and thus the emergence of the Tea Party movement which now may split the GOP if the sore-loser moderates and RINOs stay home on election day in Nevada and other key races. Will Michael Steele, GOP chairman, be quick to write a check to help Tea Party Sharron Angle? Or will he wait until a few days before the November 2010 election before sending her a token contribution so he can claim he helped? That’s another tactic I’ve seen the GOP use in Oregon. In the 1936 book A History of our Country Washington warned his fellow countrymen not to allow the bitterness of party strife to divide and weaken the country. Will the same thing happen in November 2010? Just who is Michael Steele who claims he doesn’t believe in litmus tests but how about a Constitutional litmus test and honoring the oath of office?


Old-time Democrats were more moderate compared to the current New Age Democrats that have a tendency to remain loyal to the United Nations one-world government, communist agenda. But wasn’t it Republican President George H.W. Bush who first uttered the words, “New World Order?” The GOP tends to want those who are conservative to remain loyal to the party and support its RINOs over principle while they, themselves, may sit out a race when a Tea Party candidate wins the primary. In the past, it has been “vote for the lesser of two evils” but Constitutional Republicans are saying, “No more.” But, alas I think I hear the thundering hoofs in the distance of horses heading for the Democrat party where there seems to be trouble too.

Glenn Beck announced on his June 9 T.V. program about the huge split in the Democrat party. The Democrat progressives invited the radical Marxist revolutionaries into their party in order to promote its progressive agenda; however, the revolutionaries are now shouting down elected officials such as U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others in Washington, D.C. while in Portland, Oregon anti-war protesters are chanting negatives against President Barack Obama and, of course, if something happens to any of our elected Democrat leaders, will the “Indians” at the Boston Tea Party be blamed or today’s TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party folks? Those who say appease, appease are hung by those they tried to please. I’ve often said if you lie down with dogs you will probably get fleas. One of my first articles written for in January 2002 warned of the dangers. It is long over due that Americans awakened from our long and troubled sleep to face the question of our very existence as a people. President Barack Obama continues to placate our enemies and everything that is wrong with the world today is America’s fault. Perhaps America leaders should have heeded the wise advice of President George Washington when he advised us not to get entangled in the affairs of other countries.

The June 8th election is over in a number of states. In addition to California, another of the hottest and most watched was in Nevada where the Tea Party choice was between Sharron Angle and the GOP choice, Sue Lowder, another RINO.

Sharron will be running against Latter Day Saints and current U.S. Senate President, Harry Reid. A caller to Rush Limbaugh felt most LDS people don’t like Harry Reid but the host subbing for Limbaugh, who was on about his fourth honeymoon, questioned whether there would be enough LDS people to vote against Reid.

Rush returned to the radio airwaves on June 15. He took the first hour to tell his listeners about the diverse Broadway production of his June 5th wedding that included a black minister from Seattle and at the top of the ticket gay Elton John at the piano for 75 minutes and singing among others, “Can You Feel The Love Tonight?” And Rush, age 59, quoted Winston Churchill, “Never, Never Give Up.” Greta Van Sustern (FOX) reported his newest wife is 33. Rush said she flawlessly pulled the entire two-day extravaganza off for 400 invited guests. In the next hour he berated those elected officials who act as though they are above us “average” folks and the following day reporting on President Obama’s speech on the Gulf oil spill he said it was “inept” and ego driven. Another oxymoron? But I digress.

A San Francisco KGO talk show host indicated that with Angle’s success in Nevada, Harry Reid must be the “happiest man in the U.S.” He felt if the GOP had nominated a moderate, centrist candidate, they might have had a better chance against Reid in the fall but is he truly happy about Angle being elected in the primary? The Tea Party is getting stronger and stronger so Angle might be the one to take Harry Reid out. What a challenge? But will the GOP hierarchy help her?

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I noticed Hannity had her on FOX so that should help her popularity and fundraising but the same Hannity and his colleagues on FOX did nothing for Ron Paul when he ran for president except make negative remarks. Hannity has also had Ron’s son, Rand, on his program since his overwhelming victory in Kentucky without the help of the GOP so is it possible those on FOX are seeing the err in their earlier choices?

A caller to the Rush Limbaugh show from Las Vegas said Sue Lowden reportedly commented during the campaign, “If you don’t vote for me, I think some of my supporters are going to support Harry Reid.” If this comes to fruition, this, dear readers, is another reason why the GOP loses so often.


1- New American 10/12/1998 (P.44)
2- New American 5/17/2004 (P.29)
3- 2010- Take Back America by Dick Morris (P.103)
4- Ibid

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Betty is a former Oregon Republican party activist having served as state party secretary, county chairman, 5th congressional vice chairman and then elected chairman, and a precinct worker for many years but Betty gave up on the two-party system in 2004.

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Bill Clinton knew perfectly well the “insiders” are the ones that call the shots. We also have the Ethics Panel that is supposed to investigate alleged corruption but in cases like Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY), that investigation has been going on for several years and still no resolution.