Monday, 14 May 2012

Tea Party Scientologist - Brent Jones.

Brent Jones, a Republican candidate for state Senate District 9, readily admits he is a Scientologist, but adds he's also a constitutional conservative, a Ron Paul backer and a believer in tea party principles.

"I don't think religion should be an issue at all," said Jones, who faces Mari Nakashima St. Martin in the June 12 primary. "I am not afraid to say I practice Scientology. Based on our polling we are doing quite well."

Jones noted that he was "born and raised a Catholic," and at times in America's history there even was opposition to Catholics like John F. Kennedy running for president.

"Mitt Romney is a Mormon and that should not make a difference," Jones added.
- Ed Vogel

Oh, that's alright then, as long as religion isn't an issue everything will be just dandy.


The vital targets on which we must invest most of our time are:

T1.  Depopularizing the enemy to a point of total obliteration.

T2.  Taking over the control or allegiance of the heads or 
     proprietors of all news media.

T3.  Taking over the control or allegiance of key political figures.

T4.  Taking over the control or allegiance of those who monitor 
     international finance and shifting them to a less precarious 
     finance standard.

T5.  Generally revitalizing the societies in which we are operating.

T6.  Winning overwhelming public support.

T7.  Use all other similar groups as allies.

These, of course, are very long range targets.  But it is what must be
done to continue the longevity of our organizations.

Our only justification for doing these things is that Scientology is
the only game where everyone wins. 

Real Water: Brent Jones - Businessman

Really Real Water: L. Ron Hubbard - Businessman

Brained - Raul Lopez:

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