Friday, January 16, 2015

How to defeat Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney in the 2016 primary ... This is how

Start your own Non Connected Political Action 
Committee, Super PAC, or do your own unlimited 
'Independent Expenditures' with your own 
unlimited amount of money through FEC rules,
 regulations, and help.
'Your Political Wings' shows you how right 
here ! Just keep scrolling down and see how.

The money you raise for your Federal PAC, 
Super PAC and your own personal unlimited 
( non -fundraised) 'Independent Expenditures' 
money you spend on your own can be used to 
support the election or defeat of any Federal 
candidates (Presidential, U.S. Senate, 
U.S. House of Representatives you choose. It can 
be used to do ads and mailers to persuade voters 
against and to defeat high taxes, Obamacare, and 
illegal alienism, liberal lower and Supreme Court 
court appointments, and can be used against (for 
the defeat of) those candidates who are in favor 
of high taxes, Obamacare, liberal court court 
appointments, and illegal alienism.

America's Republican party Conservatives 
should reject Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush 
Republicans now and in 2016 primary because 
they are establishment RINO Republican 
Moderates, the same group of Republicans 
who, according to Conservative talk show 
host Mark Levin, opposed Ronald Reagan 
in1976 and have been in power since 1989.
They are phony conservatives. Jeb Bush is 
for amnesty, the ruinous Common Core 
public education cirriculum, and Obamacare.
Romney is for amnesty and not repealing
Obamacare. If President, Romney said he 
would only issue an executive order for 
states to opt out of Obamacare if they 
want to, and that he would not repeal 

Romney's Massachusetts universal healthcare 
was the model for Obamacare. 

For more about:
1) The deceit used by Obama, Nancy Pelosi, 
and her Democrats in Congress to pass 
Obamacare in 2010, and ...

2) The coming devastating effects of 
Obamacare on healthcare and the U.S. 
economy (job loss, massive new taxes on 
all Americans, high price increases), 
and 'Organizing Against Obamacare' on Facebook.

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