MITT ROMNEY WINS TORAH CODE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT
He also leads in the Delegate Count (As of 4/5/2012). FORT HUACHUCA: SEE THE MAY 15, 2015 NOTE TO YOU AT THE END.
Against odds of 1,379 to 1, the axis term MITT ROMNEY at it minimum ELS has PRESIDENT at the same skip in a 1-column matrix that only has 17 letters in it (see the yellow background in the top matrix). As is shown after the spreadsheet below, when MITT ROMNEY is found at the second lowest ELS, it still takes only 20 letters in two columns to show PRESIDENT parallel to MITT ROMNEY. The larger matrix shown (377 letters) includes OBAMA, but it was not worth the expansion to include his name as this matrix only appears against odds of 113 to 1.
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK AS OF JANUARY 31, 2012. Romney is clearly the front runner after winning the Florida primary (courtesy of Tom Brokow - click here to see that matrix). Throughout much of Obama's first three years in office he was clearly the most hostile President with respect to Israel. On May 19, 2011, Obama asked for the first time that Israel should return to its (indefensible) pre-1967 borders (with some land swaps). Governor Romney rightly announced that, "President Obama has thrown Israel under the bus... He has disrespected Israel and undermined its ability to negotiate peace. He has also violated a first principle of American foreign policy, which is to stand firm by our friends." Hopefully the Jewish voters of America will wake up. In the last election Obama got about 80% of their vote.
Romney's greatest problem in earning his party's nomination will likely be his health care position. Although he opposes President Obama’s version of health care, rammed down the throats of an electorate who clearly were against it, as Governor of Massachusetts, Romney passed a somewhat similar bill for his state. An editorial in the New York Times makes clear, this is going to be a tough act to sell to the Republican Party, and to the general electorate.
Another issue that may prove tough is his position about going after Bin Laden. Here are some excerpts of a debate held in August 5, 2007:
George Stephanopoulos: But if your CIA director called them and said, “We had Osama bin Laden in our sights, Musharraf says no,” what do you do?
Mitt Romney: It’s wrong for a person running for the president of the United States to get on TV and say, “We’re going to go into your country unilaterally.” Of course, America always maintains our option to do whatever we think is in the best interests of America. But we don’t go out and say, “Ladies and gentlemen of Germany, if ever there was a problem in your country, we didn’t think you were doing the right thing, we reserve the right to come in and get them out.”
We don’t say those things. We keep our options quiet. We do not go out and say to a nation which is working with us, where we have collaborated and they are our friend and we’re trying to support Musharraf and strengthen him and his nation, that instead that we intend to go in there and potentially bring out a unilateral attack. Recognize to win the war on jihad, we have to not only have a strong military of our own — and we need a stronger military — we also need to have strong friends around the world and help moderate Muslims reject the extreme. Because ultimately the only people who can finally defeat these radical Islamic jihadists are the Muslims themselves.