Who really supports Federal Marriage Amendment?
Bravo for attending and covering the 6th Congressional District Republican Forum! I also attended the forum and have a few points. I thought your coverage of the candidate’s answers to the two questions about immigration were accurate. Your statement that all the candidates had stated their support for a Federal Marriage Amendment could not have come from that forum.
As far as I know, Michele Bachmann is the only Republican candidate who has
stated her support for a federal amendment on this topic. Elwyn Tinklenberg,
the Democratic candidate for this seat also stated publicly at his announcement
press conference that he supported the Federal Marriage Amendment. I thought
it was noteworthy that the Federal Marriage Amendment did not come up as a question
during a forum geared towards the Republican base.
Cyn Collin responds: According to his campaign manager, Jay
Esmay’s position is, if the state or federal judges did not allow states
to define marriage, then he would support the Federal Marriage Amendment. In
March, State Reps. Krinkie and Knoblach voted in support of HF 0006, a bill
proposing an amendment to the MN Constitution recognizing marriage as only a
union between one man and one woman.
The Rockefeller Connection to Halliburton
I loved your article “Covered
in Oil.” Here are a few related facts that you might be interested
1936 a Texas construction company, Brown and Root Corp., was almost bankrupt
and in receivership. At the same time (as broke as they were) they were also
the biggest single campaign contributor to a rising Texas star, LB Johnson.
LBJ was elected. Brown and Root got some juicy government contracts, and they
all did “right well” for themselves.Years later, as a pay-off for
LBJ’s supporting his good friend Nelson Rockefeller’s oil war in
Southeast Asia (a ploy to force China into the Rockefeller hegemony) Rockefeller
suggested Brown and Root’s monopoly construction contract in Vietnam (no
bid payment for all construction and the right to sub-contract anything they
didn’t want to do themselves).
After Nixon officially closed the deal between Standard Oil and China, and
China’s Oil began to flow to the United States, we pulled out of Vietnam
and Brown and Root were folded into a Rockefeller company, Kellogg Corp. (forming
Kellogg, Brown and Root Corp.) The Rockefellers later put this into the care
of one of their subalterns, the Bush family, who morphed the corporation into
Halliburton, Kellogg, Brown and Root Corp. You can check with your stockbroker
Like Korea and Vietnam, Iraq is just another war in the expanding Rockefeller/Standard
Oil Empire. If one checks the various cabinets of U.S. presidents since Eisenhower
(who sold out his country to the Rockefellers for 30 pieces of Phillips Petroleum
stock), one will find that half the players were Rockefeller employees or former
employees. John Foster Dulles was a former president of the Rockefeller Foundation,
as was Dean Rusk. During the Vietnam War the casualty reports were total fiction
made up three weeks before their supposed occurrences (my father’s best
friend, Ray Carlson, was Officer in Charge of Public Information Pentagon East,
Vietnam during the Nixon administration). The older I get the more I realize
that Orwell’s 1984 was not a work of fiction.