Tim Pawlenty Exploring Presidential Run

(I’ve been waiting for this moment…)

GOOD LORD! SAVE US FROM THIS MILQUETOAST who doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of beating the Obama foreign money and globalist influence machine…No offense Tim; save your money because you ain’t got it going on…

Tim Pawlenty for President Exploratory Committee Announcement

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Want to see a real human being that can lead this country back to prosperity? I’m dragging this out of the vault to make the comparison! (October 21st, 2009)

Congressional Candidate LTC Allen West At The Revolution / American Freedom Tour

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I dare them to try and assassinate this patriot.

Another Consequence Of A Spineless, Game Playing, pResident

Another Consequence Of A Spineless, Game Playing, pResident

What can I say? We all saw this coming months ahead of the election and subsequent installation of the pResident.

Putin Visits Chavez in Russian Bid to Grow in Obama’s Backyard

April 1 (Bloomberg) — Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will pay his first visit to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez tomorrow as Russia seeks to regain lost influence in Latin America through energy and arms deals.

The highlight of the one-day trip to Caracas may be the formation of a joint venture to pump oil from Venezuela’s Orinoco Belt. Putin also plans to meet Bolivia’s Evo Morales, who like Chavez opposes U.S. policy in the region.

Chavez, who visited Russia eight times during his decade in power, has wooed Putin by signing more than $4 billion in arms deals and inviting state energy companies OAO Gazprom and OAO Rosneft to explore for oil. Venezuela was a lone supporter of Russia during the five-day Georgian war in 2008 and hosted joint naval war games later that year.

“Chavez has already signed up for more weapons than he can buy, and Russian energy companies aren’t really interested in exploration and production in Venezuela,” said Pavel Baev, a professor at the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo. “It’s much more a political project.”

The two countries fed off each other’s anti-Americanism as oil prices hit all-time highs in the final year of the Bush administration. Now, under the conditions of the global financial crisis, Putin’s successor President Dmitry Medvedev is seeking a more “sober” foreign policy, Baev said.

A message for Chavez and Putin; most Americans are NOT LIKE Obama.  Just sayin’….

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