Iowa Caucus 2012

Tomorrow marks the earliest Iowa Caucus since its debut in 1972. No Democrat is challenging President Obama, but a field of seven GOP candidates are vying for the nomination. The three front-runners are comprised of Milt Romney, a moderate, Ron Paul, a radical libertarian, and Rick Santorum from the extreme right.The other participants have failed to ignite the hearts of the party faithful, whose political platform is predominantly anti-gay, anti-immigration, anti-abortion, anti-debt, and anti most everything progressive.

The exception is Ron Paul from Texas. He actually has declared in public that he supports a military withdrawal from America’s overseas adventures, the abolishment of the Federal Reserve, and the rejection of the Patriot Act. These and other calls for liberty are in line with his beliefs that once a freedom is taken away it is almost impossible to regain that right.

His organization is the best in Iowa and the Texas congressman represents a radical departure from business as usual.

I wish him luck tomorrow.

As for the Rick Perry, Michele Bachman, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum.

I wish I could click my heels and send them to Siberia.

Naked of course.

It’s winter this time of year along the Lena River.

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