Sunday, August 30, 2009

"Read the Bill" bill

Doesn't it make sense that those whom we've elected to represent us would at least take the time to thoroughly read each bill before voting in support of it. To you and I, the common people, yes, it makes sense. However, to the elite in power it seems that they are above such petty duties. C'mon do we the people actually expect them to read the bill? YES!! That is the LEAST they can do. We need to hold them accountable. After all, they did sign an oath. SImply don't reelect them. It just blows my mind how many people re-elect these bafoons. My opinion is that no one should ever be re-elected, period.

Anyway, there is a common sense bill in the house that simply would require that there be at least a 72 hour period from the time a bill is introduced until it is presented for a vote. I encourage you to learn more about it by visiting and then follow up by contacting your representative, by phone, or email, as I did.

I sent an email to my congressman Representative Steny Hoyer via his website at

I am writing to ask Representative Hoyer to support H. Res. 554, the 72 Hour Rule. This legislation will ensure that members of Congress and the public have 72 hours to read bills online before Congress begins debating them.

Will Rep. Hoyer support H. Res. 554?

I checked the box indicating that I would like a response.

I'll let you know what he responds back.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

McCain Town Hall Meeting @ by TPMTV

McCain has got to go too!

In Denial @ by RNC

Nothing @ YouTube by RNC

Obama's Summer of Discontent @ Wall Street Journal

The politics of charisma is so Third World. Americans were never going to buy into it for long.



Mark Levin read from this article and discussed during his show on 2009/08/24. see

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Smoking gun of Obama's Kenyan birth?


WorldNetDaily Exclusive

Is this really smoking gun
of Obama's Kenyan birth?



Republicans Restoring the Republic
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The mission of this blog is to awake fellow citizens from their comfortably complacent state; to activate them in the cause of
  1. purveying truth
  2. promoting freedom
  3. defending liberty
Bullets for Battle
  • The degree of freedom and liberty that we enjoy is decided by our ability and willingness to detect, decipher, and declare the truth!
  • To choose the right, intelligence, knowledge, and wisdom are armament sufficient.
  • Good will prevail in the battle against evil.
  • God's plan of eternal happiness for his children is ultimately inevitable.
  • Jesus Christ gave us free agency and grace.
  • Our fate lies in our hands!
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  • Fight For Your Life!
  • Now!
  • reduce size of federal government
  • reduce federal interference in state and local government
  • reduce government interference in the marketplace
  • eliminate national deficit
  • reduce federal spending
  • strengthen national defense
  • protect the unborn
  • end manipulation of schoolchildren by utopian planners
  • promote the acknowledgment of a God in our classrooms
  • destroy the myth of man made global warming
  • promote individual responsibility and accountability
  • correct tax system to one of fairness
The quote listed in the header of this blog is an abridgment of a quote of Ezra Taft Benson. Here it is in it's entirety:

In times as serious as these, we must not permit fear of criticism to keep us from doing our duty, even at the risk of our counsel being tabbed as political, as government becomes more and more entwined in our daily lives. In the crisis through which we are now passing, we have been fully warned. There are some of us who do not want to hear the message. It embarrasses us. The things which are threatening our lives, our welfare, our freedoms are the very things some of us have been condoning. Many do not want to be disturbed as they continue to enjoy their comfortable complacency. There can be no neutrality! We are, or we are not, on the side of the Lord! (Ezra Taft Benson, 1973)