Limited Government Libertarian Conservative Ron Paul vs.             Big Government Progressive Neoconservatives Romney, Gingrich, Santorum–Videos            

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Limited Government Libertarian Conservative Ron Paul

Vs.

Big Government Progressive Neoconservatives Romney, Gingrich and  Santorum

What’s the Main Difference between Romney, Santorum, and Obama?

Mitt Romney in Worcester 2002 “My views are progressive” 

Newt’s Nightmare Trifecta [Gingrich loves Teddy Roosevelt, FDR & Woodrow Wilson]

Newt Gingrich the Big-Government Progressive 

Rick Santorum’s Big Government Problem 

Rick Santorum – Establishment Neocon & Tea Party Backstabber! 

Ron Paul: Counterfeit Conservatives

SA@TAC – Shame on Everyone for Obamacare

SA@TAC – Identity vs. Philosophy

SA@TAC – The Great Neo-Con: Libertarianism Isn’t ‘Conservative’

Keynesian Economics Is Wrong: Bigger Gov’t Is Not Stimulus 

Obama’s So-Called Stimulus: Good For Government, Bad For the Economy

Ron Paul – Discussing Austrian vs. Keynesian Economics

Big Government

Democratic Progressive Socialists and

Republican Progressive Neoconservatives

Overspent  and Overtaxed The American People 

Resulting In Massive Government Deficits and Debtshttp://www.federalbudget.com/

“Deficit” vs. “Debt”

“…Suppose you spend more money this month than your income. This situation is called a “budget deficit”. So you borrow (ie; use your credit card). The amount you borrowed (and now owe) is called your debt. You have to pay interest on your debt. If next month you spend more than your income, another deficit, you must borrow some more, and you’ll still have to pay the interest on your debt (now larger). If you have a deficit every month, you keep borrowing and your debt grows. Soon the interest payment on your loan is bigger than any other item in your budget. Eventually, all you can do is pay the interest payment, and you don’t have any money left over for anything else. This situation is known as bankruptcy.

“Reducing the deficit” is a meaningless soundbite. If the DEFICIT is any amount more than ZERO, we have to borrow more and the DEBT grows.

Each year since 1969, Congress has spent more money than its income. The Treasury Department has to borrow money to meet Congress’s appropriations. Here is a direct link to the Congressional Budget Office web site’s deficit analysis. We have to pay interest* on that huge, growing debt; and it cuts into our budget big time. …”

http://www.federalbudget.com/

“…Bar Chart Data Source: Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) published by the U. S. Treasury Department. WE DON’T MAKE THIS DATA UP! IT COMES FROM THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT! NO ADJUSTMENTS.

The MTS published in October of each year contains the total “actuals” for the FY just ended. The MTS covering through September 2011 was released on 14 October 2011, so this chart shows Actuals for FY2011.
Normally the chart also shows the proposed budget line for the next fiscal year, but there is no U. S. budget for FY2012.

As part of the “War Supplement Bill for FY2011“, The House of Representatives “deemed” the 2011 Budget, and the Senate completely discarded the Presidential Budget Proposal. So there was not Federal Budget for FY2011.
Similarly, the President submitted a budget for FY2012, but Senator Reid tossed it, and would not let Congress vote on it. The House of Representatives also sent a 2012 budget proposal to the Senate. Same result. There is no U.S. Federal Budget for FY2012.

Instead, we have a series of “continuing resolutions”, allowing Congress to continue spending without the guidelines of a budget. But the Treasury Department has to borrow money to pay for that spending. It adds to the National Debt.

The Congressional Budget Office reported on the Federal Debt and the Risk of a Financial Crisis in this report on the 2011 non-budget.

On 4 October 2011, a Congressional Panel Hearing suggested that Congress skip the entire budget process.

– – – – – – –

NDAC studies the Budget Proposals submitted to Congress each year by the President of the United States. One of the documents that goes along with the Budget Proposal, “Historical Tables“, is published by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Our analysis is discussed on the home page of this web site.

Just for clarification: “entitlement” expenditures are handled by several federal agencies, not just Health and Human Services. Agriculture Department administers “food stamps”, HUD is all welfare.

Some suggest “tax the rich to make up the deficit”. The total worth of all American billionaires is $1.3 Trillion. We could take ALL their worth, not just high taxes, but ALL their WORTH; and it wouldn’t dent our national debt. It wouldn’t even pay this year deficit! And if we did take their money to pay some of this year’s deficit, what would we do next year? We’ve already spent too much. Here’s a video to explain better. …”

http://www.federalbudget.com/chartinfo.html

SA@TAC – Constant Conservative Ron Paul

Ron Paul Fully Exposes The Neocons and Their Agenda

SA@TAC – What’s a ‘Neoconservative?’ 

SA@TAC – Daniel McCarthy on Neoconservatism

SA@TheDC – Does Attacking Neoconservatism Reflect Racism or Reality? 

SA@TAC – No Excuse: Mitt Romney’s Case for American Empire

Get to Know Newt Gingrich 

Still Voting For ‘Mitt Romney’? 

SA@TAC – Newt Gingrich is Not a Conservative

The REAL Newt Gingrich

Israel and GOP join forces to oust Obama

Newt Gingrich: Selling Access

Newt Gingrich: Serial Hypocrisy 

SA@TheDC – Confronting American Empire

Ron Paul Ad – Rick Santorum “A Record of Betrayal” 

Rick Santorum’s “Real Concerns” About The Tea Party 

Big Government Liberal Rick Santorum Exposed 

Rick Santorum Big Government Anti Freedom

Rand Paul Exposes Rick Santorum: He’s a Reckless & Trigger-Happy Big Spender

Big Government Rick Santorum Must Never Get Control Of Nukes!

SA@TAC – Compassionate Conservative Rick Santorum

Ron Paul: Rick Santorum is a Big Government Republican

Rand Paul: I’m Mad At My Dad! I Had 500 Billion In Cuts, Now He Comes Out With A Trillion!

Ron Paul Ad – Plan 

Ron Paul Ad – Secure 

SA@TAC – Is America Becoming ‘Isolationist?’ 

SA@TAC – Ronald Reagan: Isolationist

SA@TheDC – “I Like Ron Paul Except on Foreign Policy” 

Troops say – If Everyone is saying; Support the troops, why is no one listening..

Paul has been one of the leading critics of the neoconservative interventionist foreign policy of both Presidents Bush and Obama.

CIA Chief Endorses Ron Paul

Ron Paul on foreign policy – Tea Party Debate – Analysis by Michael Scheuer

The Neocon Agenda

Bill Moyers on the rise of NeoCons

Pat Buchanan vs Neo-Cons

Neo-cons: Invasion of the Party Snatchers Part 1

Neo-cons: Invasion of the Party Snatchers Part 2

Congressman Ron Paul, MD – We’ve Been NeoConned 

Ron Paul: “Imagine For A Moment…”

Ron Paul Ad – Who will you believe?

Ron Paul Ad TRUST

Ron Paul – The one who can beat Obama

Ron Paul on Israel: Zionism is Based on Independence and Self-Reliance

Conservative vs. Neoconservative

The neoconservatives – a name they gave themselves – have diligently worked their way into positions of power and influence.

They documented their goals, strategy and moral justification for all they hope to accomplish.

 Above all else, they were not and ARE NOT true conservatives dedicated to limited, constitutional government.

If the neocons retain control of the conservative, limited-government movement in Washington, the ideas once championed by conservatives of limiting the size and scope of government, will be a long-forgotten dream.

Here is a partial summary of what neocons believe:

1. They agree with Trotsky on permanent revolution – violent as well as intellectual.

2. They are for redrawing the map of the Middle East and are willing to use force to do so.

3. They believe in preemptive war to achieve desired ends.

4. They accept the notion that the ends justify the means.

5. They express no opposition to the welfare state.

 6. They believe lying is necessary for the state to survive.

7. They believe a powerful federal government is a benefit.

8. They believe pertinent facts about how a society should be run should be held by the elite and withheld from those who do not have the courage to deal with it.

9. They believe neutrality in foreign affairs is ill-advised.

10. They believe imperialism, if progressive in nature, is appropriate.

11. Using American might to force their ideals on other nations is acceptable.

 12. They endorse attacks on civil liberties, such as those found in the Patriot Act, as being necessary.

Background Articles and Videos

Libya and Syria: The Neocon Plan to Attack Seven Countries in Five Years

GBTV: Progressives in the Republican party

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 1

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 2

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 3

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 4

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 5

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 6

Making Sense of the Conservative Movement

What’s the Modern Definition of a Conservative?

Movie Magic Crippled Conservatives

The Bulwarks of the Conservative Movement

The Books That Shaped America’s Conservative Renaissance

http://www.isi.org/conservative_tho/PDF/tenbooks.pdf

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