Death Spiral



“We’re in a demographic death spiral as a party and the only way we can get back in good graces with the Hispanic community in my view is pass comprehensive immigration reform. If you don’t do that, it really doesn’t matter who we run in my view.”

I have been saying for many years the Republican Party has been running Jesus For President. Tens of millions of white Americans are furious that Jesus is not winning every contest. Behind closed doors, they blame certain groups of people. If Jesus were present, he would take out his bull ship.

I have been a Republican for nearly four years. I predicted the downfall of this party and claimed I am this parties Redeemer. People think I am crazy. They think I want to be like Jesus, who for the most part is a mythical Christian being. My daughter called me “insane” because I was making her racist boyfriend angry. Bill Cornwell is a Tea Party Grunt who would like to see all Hispanic people abort their children. The abortion issue was invented just for white evangelicals in order to counter the Civil Rights Movement. This movement was tailor made for conservative white people who hate the left and the hippie. They back fake ministers and prophets – even though many are agnostics! Jesus was not a Political Animal and could care less about aborted babies! Jesus is not a Super White Cop who feels the pain of the unborn. This is real crazy stuff! To believe you are a Law Maker For Jesus – is friggen insane!

I am positive Cornwell sees himself as the Savior of the White Race, especially in regards to my Aryan blue-eyed offspring he had to get in his family camp, and out of my parasitical clutches. This is prescribed Cultural Warfare that millions of insane Republicans believe Jesus supports. There is a question about Cornwell’s fertility, he failing to sire a child.

“The saddest “gaffe” is the one that nobody actually bothers to dispute with facts. Such a misstep was delivered in Washington over the weekend, when Jeb Bush faced an audience at Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority conference. Rushing through a speech, he decided to skimp on euphemisms.

“Immigrants are more fertile,” said Bush, chuckling at himself as soon the f-word escaped, “and they love families, and they have more intact families, and they build a younger population. The one way that we can rebuild the demographic pyramid is to fix a broken immigration system.”l

Let us say I am a prophet for the hippie view, a established minority view which still continues to influence the American Culture – if only because White Racist Neo-Confederate Evangelicals HATE the hippie – and will cut their own throat in order to hurt the hippie!

Be my guest!

Jon the Redeemer Prophet of the Republican Party

“I have come to save the party founded by my kindred!”

After Todd Akin last year and Trent Franks last week, abortion is the last topic many national Republicans want the political conversation to focus on.

Yet social conservatives in town this weekend for the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference said the GOP would be making a grave mistake to ignore the hot-button culture-war issue. To the contrary, they believe it’s key to the party’s fortunes in the 2014 midterms and beyond.

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, one of the party’s leading evangelists for immigration reform, warned on Sunday that the GOP faced certain doom in 2016–and beyond–unless they dealt with the issue now.

“[If]f we don’t pass immigration reform, if we don’t get it off the table in a reasonable, practical way, it doesn’t matter who you run in 2016,” Graham said on NBC’s Meet The Press. “We’re in a demographic death spiral as a party and the only way we can get back in good graces with the Hispanic community in my view is pass comprehensive immigration reform. If you don’t do that, it really doesn’t matter who we run in my view.”

Graham is a co-sponsor of the bipartisan Gang of Eight bill currently under debate in the Senate this month. Although supporters are confident they’ll pass it before the July 4 recess, its prospects are uncertain in the GOP-led House. Speaker John Boehner has said he wants to pass some kind of immigration bill before the end of the year, but conservatives are leery about providing a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and their opposition could prove too much to overcome.
A record 11.2 million Latino voters went to the polls in 2012 and President Obama won their vote by a 71-27 margin over Mitt Romney, per exit polls. An election eve poll by Latino Decisions estimated that Obama won 75-23 nationally and performed even better in key swing states like Colorado, where he garnered 87% of the Latino vote.
While their votes alone didn’t put Obama over the edge in his re-election, Republican strategists are worried the problem will grow drastically worse over time as the disproportionately young Latino population comes of voting age. Underscoring their concerns, a report by the Census Bureau last week indicated that whites are a minority of Americans under-5 years old for the first time in history, with a similar shift projected to occur among Americans under-18 in five years.

In the wake of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell’s murder convictions, they are prodding GOP leaders to play offense at the national and state level.

“This is a time for the pro-life movement like we have not had in decades,” said former Rep. Marilyn Musgrave (R-Colo.), who works for the Susan B. Anthony List, which focuses on electing anti-abortion women to Congress. “We must seize the moment.”

The Republican National Committee’s 100-page so-called autopsy report in March, packed with recommendations for how the party can recover after its 2012 losses, did not make reference to abortion. “When it comes to social issues,” it stated, “the party must in fact and deed be inclusive and welcoming. If we are not, we will limit our ability to attract young people and others, including many women, who agree with us on some but not all issues.”

Still, some GOP politicians are responding to the call of social conservatives to take a more aggressive stand on abortion — even as Democrats sound the alarm about a Republican “war on women” and after Mitt Romney lost by double digits among female voters.

This week, the House will debate a bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks even though the measure could never clear the Senate or receive the support of President Barack Obama.

(Also on POLITICO: Paul Ryan explains GOP’s 2012 loss)

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely presidential candidate, is poised to sign a law requiring women to undergo an ultrasound before being allowed to go through with an abortion. Ohio’s Republican Legislature passed a budget aimed at making abortions more difficult.

And the Virginia GOP last month nominated E.W. Jackson, who has compared Planned Parenthood to the Klu Klux Klan, for lieutenant governor.

With the economy improving and turnout lower in midterm elections, evangelicals in town for the three-day faith conference warned that the party must give them reasons to mobilize in 2014.

Over a year ago, after making peace with my surviving sister, Vicki Presco, I came to see her in Arizona so we could demonstrate Family Unity that we hoped would provide a Safe Haven for Christine’s two daughter, Shannon and Drew. Drew’s father, Garth Benton, was on death’s door. Having posted several times on the Go’el Redeemer, I wanted Vicki and I to step in and be like parents to Drew who is heir to the Republican Party, and, is kin to William and Harry Windsor through the Stewart line that I discovered in looking at the Benton genealogy.

I realized I am a Republican Pundit who was once a Democrat, but registered as a Republican in order to save this Abolitonist Party founded by my kindred, John and Jessie Benton Fremont. Many pundits are delcaring the Republican Party, DEAD, as well as the Tea Party. Herman Cain, and other Evangelicals, are calling for a third party of self-righteous sore losers. We are now approaching the “Fiscal Cliff”.

With fremont’s flag, I plant it in the heart of my kindred’s party – and claim it in the name of the Jubilee Jesus, the Go’el of the Jubilee Law that God made so that His Children who had become endentured slaves, could pay their debts and be set free.

The Republican Evangelical Empire of the Super Rich tried to leverage our National Debt against We the People, and manufactutred the Tea Party with the help of Dick Armey- after Sarah Palin and her holy folks failed to capture the White House. These nuts – who lciam Jesus is on the side of losers – were in need of a Secular Disguise that I have been ripping off in this blog. Now, these False Prophets have had their day, and are looking for another rock to slither under. To claim Jesus favors one party over another is the most divisive thing that has happened to this Democracy, or, in any nation. I love how Mary Matalin snarls like a wild beast who knows the evil game – is up!

Look! Up in the sky! Here come the capstone falling down upon your head!

Below is the post I made on September 20, 2012. Bill Cornwell worked hard to make me out to be insane – deluded! Mary Matalin is a real sore loser and called our President a “narcisistic sociapath”.

I would like to put snarling Bill Cornwell, and snarling Mary Matalin, in a cage together, and parade them past the White House on Inaugrual Day

“Behold – the wild beasts!”
Jon the Nazarite

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1 Response to Death Spiral

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    Before Trump came along, I have predicted the death of the Republican Party.

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