By Dick Morris on December 10, 2011

Dear Friend,

Come join me tonight at 9 PM EST at to follow the Republican Presidential Debate together. It is the first debate since Newt surged and Cain dropped out! On, I will post comments every minute or so as the action unfolds. Tonight’s GOP debate is being held at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and is vital for all the candidates as they head into the upcoming 2012 Iowa Caucuses.

Keep one eye on the TV — ABC — and the other on

See you tonight!


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control of the House again. We must do the same with the Senate in 2012.

Another thing about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. They have the largest women organization in the world. It is called the Relief Society. The Relief Society is a philanthropic and educational women’s organization. It is one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the world. Around six million women belong to this organization. They help millions and millions of people through out the world every year. They don’t just talk the talk like some we know. They walk the walk. You will know them by there works.

Long live our Republic. 🙂

  • blueskygal on December 12, 2011 11:53 pm

    southernpatriot google “newt ginrich bipolar”.. you’ll find the articles. His mom was bipolar and it travels in the family. One of my best friends has this and my mom was schitzophrenic. Nothing to be ashamed of. I am looking at his BEHAVIOR and how people in congress described him.. fits the bill. explains alot.

  • Patriot2060 on December 13, 2011 1:10 am

    This is for you JimDirect

    I guess you expect me to show proof of what Mormons believe, the first one says a lot about what LDS believe:

    If it had not been for Joseph Smith and the restoration, there would be no salvation. There is no salvation outside The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (MD, p. 670).

    The true gospel of Jesus Christ was restored to earth in the last days through the instrumentality of Joseph Smith. It is found only in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (MD, p. 334).

    The President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds the keys of salvation for all men now living because he is the only one by whose authorization the sealing power of the priesthood can be used to seal men up to salvation and exaltation in the kingdom of God. (D. & C. 132:7.) (MD, p. 411).

    At his Second Coming, “the Lamb shall stand upon Mount Zion, and with him a hundred and forty-four thousand, having his Father’s name written on their foreheads” …. These 144,000 are Gods …. (MD, p. 546)

    Three separate personages—Father, Son, and Holy Ghost—comprise the Godhead. As each of these persons is a God, it is evident, from this standpoint alone, that a plurality of Gods exists (MD, p. 576).

    Joseph Smith said: “God himself was once as we are now, and is an exalted man, and sits enthroned in yonder heavens! … I am going to tell you how God came to be God. We have imagined and supposed that God was God from all eternity. I will refute that idea, and take away the veil, so that you may see …. (MD, p. 321).

    Christ was begotten by an Immortal Father in the same way that mortal men are begotten by mortal fathers (MD, p. 547).

    … there is “a God above the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ …. Hence if Jesus had a Father, can we not believe that he had a Father also?” (MD, p. 322).

    But under certain circumstances there are some serious sins for which the cleansing of Christ does not operate, and the law of God is that men must then have their own blood shed to atone for their sins. Murder, for instance, is one of these sins (MD, p. 92).

    He [Adam] sat in the council of the gods in the planning of the creation of this earth, and then, under Christ, participated in the creative enterprise …. Adam (with the exalted title of Michael the Archangel) led the hosts of the righteous in the war in heaven. (Rev. 12:7-9.) … holds the keys of salvation over all the earth (MD, pp. 16,17).
    An archangel is a chief angel. Michael (Adam) is the only one so designated in the scriptures proper (MD, p. 51)

    The early brethren of this dispensation taught that the Garden of Eden was located in what is known to us as the land of Zion, an area for which Jackson County, Missouri, is the center place (MD, p. 20).

    That exaltation which the saints of all ages have so devoutly sought is godhood itself. Godhood is to have the character, possess the attributes, and enjoy the perfections which the Father has. It is to do what he does, have the powers resident in him, and live as he lives, having eternal increase (MD, p. 321).

    please do not be deceived by the sincerity of, or the friendly way, the Mormon people might treat you. The LDS beliefs (their teachings) are not God’s truth. Remember, what you believe and do now in this lifetime will affect you throughout all eternity. Therefore, learn the message of the Bible and commit yourself to the one, true, living God, who has power to have you thrown into Hell forever


  • JimDirect on December 13, 2011 1:51 am

    Thanks Patriot2060. You have proven to many how little you know about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 🙂

    You have no idea what it even means… the clippings that you have just pieced together by your excellent copying and pasting.

    Let’s see what President Reagan thought about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This is the full article:

    President Reagan respected Church
    By Stephen M. Studdert
    President, California Carlsbad Mission

    Published: Saturday, June 12, 2004

    With the passing of President Ronald Reagan, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has lost a true friend.

    President Reagan knew and loved the Latter-day Saints, and held the Church in highest regard.

    From his days as governor of California, the doctrines and the principles of the Church drew his frequent interest. As president he often asked about Church programs.

    Touring the Church’s Ogden Utah Welfare Cannery, President Gordon B. Hinckley explained Church welfare to him. With his trademark smile President Reagan answered he already knew about the welfare program from what he’d observed in California, and then lamented admiringly, “Oh that our federal welfare worked so perfectly.”

    His relationship with God was personal and deep. He loved America, and often spoke of its divine purposes and the inspired origins of its Constitution. At one meeting when visiting Church headquarters, he tenderly shared those sentiments with Church leaders.

    Rigorously against communism, he knew the essential value of individual agency to a free and vibrant society. Every individual was important to him. Once when exiting an elevator in a Salt Lake City hotel, he walked about ten steps and then turned around. Those of us with him wondered where he was going. He returned to the elevator and shook hands with the elevator operator, and apologized for not stopping to shake hands on the way out.

    In a non-partisan manner, leaders of the Church were his welcome guests. Church Presidents Spencer W. Kimball, Ezra Taft Benson and Gordon B. Hinckley were each warmly received into the Oval Office with respect and friendship.

    Ronald Reagan truly admired the Latter-day Saints. His administration included more members of the Church than any other American president, ever.

    Three of us, David Fischer, Gregory Newell and I, served on his personal White House staff. Richard Wirthlin was his chief strategist. Ted Bell served as Secretary of Education, Angela Buchanan was Treasurer, Rex Lee was Solicitor General. His White House included Roger Porter, Brent Scowcroft, Richard Beal, Blake Parish, Jon Huntsman Jr., Dodie Borup and Rocky Kuonen, and there were many other Latter-day Saints throughout his Administration. President Thomas S. Monson served on a Presidential Commission on Volunteerism. Others were ambassadors. LDS senators and representatives were held in special regard, and the Tabernacle Choir was his special inaugural guest.

    He customarily ended many speeches by saying, “God Bless America.” It would be appropriate for us today to gratefully say, “God Bless America, and Ronald Reagan.”

    Stephen M. Studdert served as Special Assistant to President Reagan.

    Oh my goodness Patriot2060. If only President Reagan was as knowledgeable as you. 🙂 You might have saved him from being fooled by our friendly ways.

  • southernpatriot on December 13, 2011 6:07 pm

    Thanks Blueskygal for the feedback. Reading thru the sites. Thanks again SP