A letter to the editor starts the lies:
Alamogordo Daily News
I read in today's paper what a woman wrote explaining why she's a Democrat. Let me tell you why I'm not. I'm a Republican because:
I believe in a sovereign God who sometimes gives us what we deserve.
I believe Muslims are our enemies.
I believe in life. A baby is not just a fetus, but a living being no matter where it resides.
I believe there is a good reason for the death penalty.
I believe in fiscal responsibility, for the government and for us.
I believe the government is way too big and rife with greed and corruption.
I believe in the truth. People believe lies because it's much easier than finding the truth.
I believe in personal responsibility. That includes spanking your children.
I believe American women should raise their own children and American men should be men enough to pay for children they've produced.
I believe a man and woman make marriage. Period.
I believe in America first and foremost and we ought to take care of our own people, our own land, and illegal aliens should go home.
I believe in guns and knowing how to use them properly.
I believe war is a fact of life and we should always win.
I believe in lower taxes. I know how to spend money better than Congress any day of the week.
I believe in voter ID.
I believe there is a moderate and a socialist in this election. I agree with a two-party system, but Obama isn't a messiah or a democrat.
He's a Muslim socialist.
Marcia Stirman, Alamogordo
Turns out she's an RNC chair. Look at the furor over this liar:
Stirring the pot - Alamogordo Daily News
Can someone explain to me how anyone can vote for these habitual liars? Our election has been a barrage of internet rumors, phony emails, "robocalls" that even their own people admit are false and this constant pushing of obvious lies by the RNC. Christopher Buckley is right, the Republicans legaized theft, and now they are legalizing fraud.