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by Alan Stang
February 7, 2008

It was supposed to be so simple. The conspiracy for world government had designated �America�s Mayor� as the Republicrud candidate. In November, the Ghoul would face the Democrud Womanoid, and let the worst man win. But der plan has gone awry. Now it is infinitely complicated.

The people wouldn�t buy Rudy. Was it his arrogance? Was it the expos� by New York City firemen? Was it his cross-dressing? Was it the fact that he is as far left as Karl Marx? Was it his abysmally run campaign, in which he ignored all the states until Florida? Whatever, we�ll never know, and now we�ll never know his bra size for sure. Now Rudy and his law firm can concentrate on providing legal services for the Trans-Texas Corridor treason.

So here came Mitt Romney. Mitt is as far left as Rudy. In Taxachusetts, he was all in favor of abortion. His mandatory medical �insurance� there offers abortion for a mere $50 co-pay. He went far out of his way to advance homosexuality. Yes, he boasts about running the Olympics. He also excluded the Boy Scouts from participation because they refuse admission to known sodomites. Under his imprimatur, Taxachusetts schools inflicted sexual degeneracy on children too foul to describe here. See my book, Not Holier Than Thou. You have been warned.

As a candidate for the presidency, of course, he no longer supported all this. Now he was a �family values� guy, a �conservative.� Of course, the conspiracy for world government understood perfectly that this was a scam, just politics. Didn�t Mitt appear before the Marxist Council on Foreign Relations? Isn�t he by far the most handsome candidate? Tall, distinguished, beautifully spoken, wearing well-tailored suits, he even looks more like a President than anyone else.

But there were two problems. First, the people didn�t buy Mitt either. Yes, he looks most presidential, but that is also the problem. He is a campaign poster, a cardboard man. There is nothing more to him than appearance. He will do and say whatever you want to hear to get where he is going. The conspiracy for world government ordinarily would find these qualities most attractive, but the second Romnoid problem is that they did not. Why?

All I can do is speculate. I do not believe religion was a factor to the conspirators, who regard religion as a joke. However different Mormonism is, they would not be troubled. They joke about the �Mormon Mafia.� More likely is the fact that the Cardboard Man did it all with his own money. He was not beholden to them. He could have been harder to control, maybe less loyal, than a true company man. Of course he would have collaborated, like Reagan. Remember, here I am merely speculating.

So, here comes an unlikely couple: John McCain and Mike Huckabee. Remember that just a couple of months ago, McCain was a drifting hulk, out of money, out of support. His campaign was over. Any day, we were expecting him to quit. Suddenly, he�s baaaaaaack! He whips the Romnoid on Super Tuesday. Despite his millions and his protestations, Mitt is gone. How does that happen?

It happens after all the big world government newspapers endorse McClunk, almost at the same time, as if . . . as if . . . as if somebody up there had passed the word. It happens after Boosh Administration front men around the country, like Der Arnold in Kaleeforneeya, and the Lieberschmuck in Connecticut, endorse him. But of course that wouldn�t be enough. �Family values� are still important to Americans and there is no voter dumb enough to connect family values to John McClunk. He says himself he has no interest.

So here comes Mike Huckabee. Mike has long been planning his campaign. He lost more than a hundred pounds for the purpose and wrote a book about it. Now he is presidentially svelte but he is still a fat man inside a thin man trying to get out. The day when a man the size of William Howard Taft could be elected is gone. There is a picture of Mike and sons, gross, distended bellies hanging out, smiling with self-satisfied delight like domesticated mastodons.

This is not a personal attack. Mike has advocated a federal ban on smoking. As President, would he endorse the campaign to ban obesity? The question is valid. By the way, this is not an invitation to generalize, but since we have already adopted Hitler�s gun laws, it is not unreasonable to expect that we could adopt his smoking ban and maybe even his vegetarianism with svelte Mike as President.

What do we know about Mike Huckabee? He is a consummate campaigner. He loves it. He is very glib and can be utterly charming. Sadly, we know also that he is a low-class con man. His �family values� would consist of intensifying the nannification of the federal government, which already regulates your commodes and now wants to dictate your light bulbs.

Like Romney, he was something else as governor. You have seen him on You Tube advocating any and all taxes. He is a huge spender. He betrayed home-schoolers. He has done everything he could to expand the illegal alien invasion of our country. Now, like Mitt, he is �born again� (yes, a pun). Now he opposes all those things he did in Arkansas. He is a liar. He used to boast on stage that he was the only contestant with a �theology degree.� Now, we learn � from his own staff � that he has no such degree. He thinks God is a joke, a straight man in a comedy act. See my recent article on the subject.

And he says himself that the man who runs his foreign policy is Richard Haass, who just happens to be president of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Marxist group in New York that has been working for almost ninety years to destroy our independence and dissolve the united States in a world government. Which proves that Mike, like the others, is a tool of the conspiracy.

Huck handled the �family values� while McClunk did the �war on terror,� and together they brought Romney down. Feast your eyes among the wreckage on �conservative talk radio.� It universally hates McCain. It wanted the Ghoul. After the Ghoul bombed, it reluctantly supported Romney. Humbaugh even publicly endorsed him. Day after day, Hannitwerp, Hugh Blewitt, etc., harangued on his behalf. Correct me if I have missed something, but I don�t see even one effect of all this. It was useless.

This does not mean, as some say, that �conservative� talk radio is �finished.� It isn�t. It will continue as an utterly ineffectual oddity, its impotence irrevocably documented by its embarrassing failure to influence the vote even a tad. Hey, Great One! You�re a big dope! Get off my air!


Saps like Levin are now lamenting what is happening to the Party. It is happening because they have been supporting treason like NAFTA and Marxist candidates for years, candidates like Jorge W. Boosh. Remember that Humbaugh, �exercising assigned host duties flawlessly,� was a NAFTA champion and still has not repented. I get an intensely delicious feeling, knowing that at midnight or one a.m., or whatever, just before they hit the hay, Republicrud frauds like Laura, Medved, Humbaugh and Hugh, etc., are secretly reading all this. You know they can�t resist reading this any more than you can.

By the way, all of this inspires me to return to the airwaves myself. As you may know, in one of my gigs, in Los Angeles, on a station with fewer than 1,000 watts, I went head to head with Larry King, on KNX, a 50,000 watt clear channel monster, and had almost twice as many listeners, according to Arbitron. Of course, that doesn�t amount to much. A while back, Larry interviewed one of the surviving Beatles, but didn�t know which one he was; called him by the wrong name. If you run a real network, with physical stations, and want to talk about it, let me know.

So, what happens now? What did McClunk promise the Huck? His fulsome praise Tuesday night proves he promised something. Was it vice president or something comparable? If so, expect the Huck to back off subtly. But with the departure of Mitt, Huck and McClunk no longer have a common enemy. Is the Huck so deluded he will go for the gold in the belief that he really could be President? Will he challenge his erstwhile benefactor?

There is also the possibility that the conspiracy for world government wants McCain to be the nominee because he would be so easy for Hillary to beat. McClunk is another candidate as far left as Karl Marx, but everyone, regardless of politics, pays deference to his war record. The problem is that there is proof on paper of the treason McCain committed in Hanoi, where he betrayed his fellow POWs, so he is not any kind of �war hero,� and you can be sure Hillary has it. It would be McClunk�s turn to be �swift-boated,� which would give Hill the extra benefit of posing as a patriot.

We are headed toward a choice between a traitor who could easily be a McChurian Candidate, a Womanoid (appears to be a woman, but isn�t) whom I would not be surprised to hear has been a member of the Communist Party, and a man named Hussein, who was raised as a Muslim, belongs to a church loyal to Africa and is still another Marxist.

Meanwhile, I listened carefully all night but did not detect more than a whispered mention of Dr. Paul. If you are trying to be neutral, you could argue that because he did so poorly in most states, there was no journalistic reason to mention him. But, in Minnesota, he scored a respectable 15%, in North Dakota he did 22% and in Montana he did a staggering 25% - in a three-way race! It was at least a political oddity, yet still there was no more than a hint. Somebody tuning in for the first time to watch would probably wonder who this guy Paul with the 25% was.

So, what happens now? Remember, your ordinary candidate with Dr. Paul�s numbers now would drop out. But Dr. No will not drop out. Why? As he has said many times, we, the precinct workers, not Dr. No, run the campaign. He runs at our pleasure. And we are directing him to stay in through the Convention. Dr. No is of course a true gentleman, a healer, meek, a gentle man. We, the campaign, are not. We are as mean as a mongoose with an attitude.

All kinds of things can happen from here to the Convention, especially if it is deadlocked. It is just possible that God will speak in the ear of the dumbest human species that ever walked the Earth � the �Religious Right� � and explain that Huck is a con man. Also, the Romney people hate Huckabee and McCain. Now that Mitt is dead meat because of them, where will they go? Dr. Ron will get some of them. He already has a few delegates. He could get more. But for anything to happen, he must be there.

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The conspiracy for world government has already killed more than 100 million people. It is preparing to kill many more. Its goal is to kill a few billion. It wants the world and is now close enough to smell it. It is running naked to the finish. Did you really think it would go away just because an avuncular country doctor says it is unconstitutional?


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Alan Stang was one of Mike Wallace�s original writers at Channel 13 in New York, where he wrote some of the scripts that sent Mike to CBS. Stang has been a radio talk show host himself. In Los Angeles, he went head to head nightly with Larry King, and, according to Arbitron, had almost twice as many listeners. He has been a foreign correspondent. He has written hundreds of feature magazine articles in national magazines and some fifteen books, for which he has won many awards, including a citation from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for journalistic excellence. One of Stang�s expos�s stopped a criminal attempt to seize control of New Mexico, where a gang seized a court house, held a judge hostage and killed a deputy. The scheme was close to success before Stang intervened. Another Stang expos� inspired major reforms in federal labor legislation.

His first book, It�s Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights, was an instant best-seller. His first novel, The Highest Virtue, set in the Russian Revolution, won smashing reviews and five stars, top rating, from the West Coast Review of Books, which gave five stars in only one per cent of its reviews.

Stang has lectured in every American state and around the world and has guested on many top shows, including CNN�s Cross Fire. Because he and his wife had the most kids in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, where they lived at the time, the entire family was chosen to be actors in �Havana,� directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Robert Redford, the most expensive movie ever made (at the time). Alan Stang is the man in the ridiculous Harry Truman shirt with the pasted-down hair. He says they made him do it.












But there were two problems. First, the people didn�t buy Mitt either. Yes, he looks most presidential, but that is also the problem. He is a campaign poster, a cardboard man. There is nothing more to him than appearance. He will do and say whatever you want to hear to get where he is going.