October 2014

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october_2014_coverMED “…Texas is a so-called red state, but you’ve got 10 million Democrats here in Texas. …There are a whole lot of people here in Texas who need us, and who need us to fight for them.” BARACK OBAMA Remarks at a Democratic National Committee Fundraiser – Dallas, Texas April 24, 2013

Believe it or not, there was a time when Democrat’s dominated the governors office in the state of Texas. Only in recent decades have Republican’s been holding that position consistently.

On November 4, 2014, next month, Texans will vote for a new governor. This will be the first open election for Governor since 1990. The two candidates: Republican, Greg Abbot and Democrat, Wendy Davis are in a battle for the highest honor in the state. As of the print of this issue, Davis was 8 points behind Abbot in the latest poll.

Can Davis pull off a comeback? Maybe, but the current trends in this state show that Texas will be returning to ‘blue’ one day, even if she doesn’t win.

So why do Democrats want Texas? For one, it would become a swing state in general elections. But by the time it does go blue, most of the nation will be fully embracing socialistic programs and in reality, most already have accepted them.

The youth in this country are center-left and are fully embracing a global mindset. Thus, making Texas and other conservative states prime targets for Democratic politics. Austin, TX is a perfect example of a youth driven city, whose political and social views reject the viewpoint of most of the state’s.

Now, it is very important to note what we explained in the July 2014 issue of Newswatch on who the heart and soul of politics are: The Knights of Columbus. Not one of these candidates for Texas Governor, present or future, this includes every politician too, will not be nominated unless Rome (Catholic Church) give their stamp of approval. Once we grasp that aspect of politics, only then we can understand why everything in politics leads to world government.

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