Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Another Glimpse at the Demcrat Party Vision for America

We continue our examination of the Democrat/socialist party vision for America with this little ditty from right here in Minnesota. The speaker in this case is state Senator Larry Pogemiller.

"The notion that everybody can individually spend their money better than government I, I just think is trite, wrongheaded and anti-democratic."

If this elitist comment doesn't send a shiver down your back, then I doubt anything will. An elected official and member of the Democrat/socialist party telling you that GoodGov knows best how to spend your hard earned money.

We want to thank state Senator Pogemiller for giving us such a clear and concise example of his arrogance and elitist thinking.

We would also like to take this opportunity to suggest to state Senator Pogemiller that he stick his head somewhere that the sun doesn't shine and to leave us alone. We can do very well without his guidance and control.

Read the rest of "Because Larry Pogemiller Is Smarter Than You -- Just Ask Him"

A Glimpse at the Demcrat Party Vision for America

This quote is straight from the mouth of leading Democrat/socialist Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) Read it very carefully and then re-read it.

"There are those who said, if you elect Democrats to Congress, we will guarantee you two things: Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y) will become chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and he will raises taxes; and Conyers will become chairman of the Judiciary and he will impeach President George W. Bush," Conyers said. "You want to make them half right?"

Personally I don't giving a flying you-know-what about Bush; raising my taxes any higher does bother me. When a senior member of the Democrat/socialist party promises that taxes will be raised if his party wins, I get worried, very worried.

So there you have: vote Democrat and your taxes will be raised. Straight from the mouth of Rep. John Conyers (DEMOCRAT-Mich). Do you hate Bush so much that you would vote for someone who's party is committed to raising your taxes?

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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Is it really all over, already?

Here it is March 11, 2008 and the mainstream, self-proclaimed pundits have decided that the liberals and socialists of the Democrat party will sweep to a major victory on November 4, 2008 [1]. My initial reaction was to thank the Lord that this farce was finally over but then it occurred to me: me and you and every other voter in America. Yup, this has all but been decided and we didn't have to do a damned thing except absorb a mass media pounding almost every moment since November 2004.

The more I thought about this, the more I realized just how ticked off this political wetdream material was making me. The speculation about possible results didn't bother me - that's just human nature. No, it was the tone and attitude of the story that got to me. They believe that we are sheep that can be herded onto the floor of killing house.

While it is true that the choice of Presidential candidates is pretty well narrowed down, that is one one small part of the process, a single race amongst hundreds, if not thousands of other races and issues to be decided Election Day 2008. Senate, House, state, local and board of education races are but part of what WE THE PEOPLE must decide come November 4, 2008. Not the media. Not the pollsters. Not the talking heads or media snippers.


Powerful words. Strong words. A single statement that has battle cry of this great nation since 1776. Words that have been defended, bathed in blood and washed in the tears of grieving loved ones. Words that have earned respect and honor.

Isn't it time that we put away our self-absorption and remember that the word WE is all inclusive. It means all of us. It means that each and every citizen has the duty and responsibility to be an active and well informed participant. It means that we can no longer sit on our collective dead rumps and take care of our business.

We do not have a right to great candidates or feel good issues but we do have the right to make our voices heard.

[1]Which Democrat Has Bigger Coattails?