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The GOP “Top Tier” is Done

Check out this video:

Top Tier is Dead

 

 

November 12, 2011 Posted by | Elections, GOP, Mitt Romney, Politics, Republican, Ron Paul | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Top 10 Donors to Ron Paul’s 2012 Campaign

Top 10 Donors to Ron Paul’s 2012 Presidential Campaign

US Air Force……$23,437
US Army……$23,053
US Navy……$16,973
Mason Capital Management……$14,000
Microsoft Corp……$13,398
Boeing Co……$10,620
Google Inc……$10,391
Lockheed Martin……$9,507
Overland Sheepskin……$9,500
IBM Corp……$8,294
US Government……$8,207

October 28, 2011 Posted by | Campaign, Elections, GOP, Military, Politics, Ron Paul, Tea Party | , , , , , , | 1 Comment

New Ron Paul Ads

 

October 18, 2011 Posted by | Bailout, Balanced Budget, Banks, Constitution, Deficit, Economy, Elections, Freedom, GOP, Liberty, Limited Federal Government, Politics, Ron Paul, Vote | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Seriously?

I’ve been watching all the talking heads rambling on about how the “Tea Party” is still waiting for a viable candidate to appear on the scene.

WHAT?!!?

Let me see if I can figure this out.  The “Tea Party” began its grass roots movement under Ron Paul’s run for President… right?  Ron Paul was their choice… right?  Ron Paul is currently running for President… right?

So what are these talking heads talking about?!?!??

 

June 4, 2011 Posted by | Elections, GOP, Grassroots, Media, Politics, President, Ron Paul | , , , | 1 Comment

Michelle Obama Admits Obama Home Country is Kenya

Let us “conspiracy nuts” now remind you that we have been consistent concerning this issue. And as the naysayers keep on naysaying the proofs of this fact keep stacking up.

Let me say this once again, Loud and Clear, for all those that are having a difficult time hearing it:

Barack H. Obama is not eligible to hold the Office of the President of the U.S.

And his wife offers yet another proof by admitting Obama’s home country is “Kenya”.

Don’t believe it?  Hear it for yourself:

April 5, 2010 Posted by | Congress, Constitution, Elections, Fraud, Government, Law, Obama, Politics, President, Scam, Vote Fraud | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Missing GOP ballots counted in Nev. after months

Check the older posts for related material, folks.  We have known about these dirty shenanigans for awhile… and here is just more proof of it.

The Associated Press

Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009 | 3:57 p.m.

Eighteen months later, Nevada Republicans have completed a count of all delegate ballots from last year’s state convention.

A group of disaffected Republicans says it feels vindicated after a Friday night count of missing ballots from the April 2008 gathering showed three delegates for U.S. Rep. Ron Paul should have been sent to the national convention.

Paul supporters said they felt party leaders cheated them out of a place at the national convention when they abruptly recessed the convention before delegate ballots from the state’s 2nd Congressional District could be counted. The district was allowed to choose three of the state’s 34 delegates to the national convention.

The convention in Reno ended after Paul supporters won a rule change that allowed them to vote Paul delegates to the convention.

“It’s good to get it done,” said Wayne Terhune, a Paul supporter. “It’s nice to be vindicated. The fact the three Ron Paul people won indicates that might have been the reason they shut down the convention.”

Party leaders say the count will have no impact on the state’s role in nominating U.S. Sen. John McCain as the party’s presidential nominee last year.

But they said they hope it brings closure to Paul supporters and others who had pressed for the count.

“This should have been done a long time ago,” said Nancy Ernaut, state party chairwoman.

About 25 Republicans gathered at the party’s Washoe County headquarters to count ballots that had spent the last 18 months locked in a casino cashier cage at the Peppermill, where the convention was held.

The count showed Paul delegate Robert Terhune won the most votes in the 2nd Congressional District, with 288. Paul supporters Marla Criss and Pat Kerby had 283 votes each.

Controversy over the state convention prompted Paul supporters to later hold an insurgent state convention, where Paul won most of the national convention delegates.

A Nevada GOP committee appointed another delegation, mostly prominent party regulars and contributors.

A key Republican National Committee panel then recommended a compromise list of delegates and said it was troubled by the “ineptness” of the Nevada GOP.

Paul supporters blame then-state GOP Chairwoman Sue Lowden for the state convention flap and hope to make it an issue in the U.S. Senate race.

Lowden is one of about a dozen Republicans vying for the seat held by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.

November 1, 2009 Posted by | Elections, Fraud, GOP, Political Partys, Politics, Republican, Ron Paul, Vote, Vote Fraud, Voters | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Limits of Protest

This is an excellent article and I would like to quote parts for emphasis:

Why Politicians Ignore the Protests

Politicians, especially those in high offices like the U.S. House of Representatives and above, have the ability to know who votes, who does not vote, who always votes Democrat, who always votes Republican, who always votes Third Party/write-in, and who is in the tiny minority “in play”–those whose swing vote might actually decide an election. It’s not an exact science, but the politicians can buy pretty good lists, they can develop the lists and make them better, and they can turn to other market research for even more information. Politicians respond only to the demands of key swing voters, and know that swing voters don’t go to mass demonstrations.

The anti-war demonstrations failed and continue to fail because every politician knows that among the anti-war demonstrators there are no votes in play. The marches are full of non-voters, third-party voters, and reliable Democrats. Nobody in any of those masses was going to vote Republican if their Democrat leaders didn’t do more to stop the war, and vice-versa for the anti-war conservatives: no libertarian was going to vote for Obama to stop McCain. Knowing that nobody would be sent home for voting for the latest $106 billion war supplemental, every Democrat did.

The politicians knew that none of the demonstrators’ votes were in play. Entirely for that reason, the politicians knew that they could ignore the demonstrators with impunity. And so they did.

The reaction to the new wave of demonstrations from the new minority will mirror what we saw four years ago. Knowing that nobody in these anti-tax, anti-Obama, anti-socialism demonstrations is going to vote Democrat to punish a Republican member of Congress for, say, voting for a new farm regulation, no politician will see the demonstrations as a political threat and feel compelled to react.

The Value of Demonstrations

When demonstrations appear successful by turnout but to no effect, demonstrators become alienated from the political process, and abandon standard grassroots politics for radical methods. Notice how Richard dismisses lobbying Congress out of hand, as if it’s no different from staging demonstrations? That error is the product of cynicism bred from failed effort.

This is not to say that demonstrations by themselves are always without value. At the state and local level, they can be great places to meet and interact with other activists. This is difficult to do with DC rallies, where even finding people in your state amongst the crowd can be difficult.

The political outcome will be the same whether or not you attend. The media coverage and punditry will be what they will be. Republican politicians will sympathize with the noble demonstrators; Democrats will label it a “right-wing” attack to firm up their opposition. The Washington March is a scripted event. The outcome is practically pre-determined; your presence is just one more tick on a tally. It may be a herd of cats, but it’s still a herd.

Is it all worth it? Maybe if you live nearby, but if you’re planning a trip, think how much energy is required. Say one coach bus, 55 people, spend two full days on a demonstration. 55 people with two full days could un-seat a mayor in a city of 100,000 if they spent that time canvassing their wards. In the sort of long, determined day you experience trekking to a demonstration, you work enough that for the effort you could have canvassed your entire precinct.

The Fruits of Local Effort

And for your work, you would have developed your voter list and your contact list for next time. More than a passing sense of achievement, but an asset you can put to use again and again. Instead of being a part of a herd, seen by all spectators as just another extra in the movie that is our political system, you would have made substantial progress in becoming a grassroots leader. You would have met people, in your very precinct, who feel the way you do. You would make friends, and you would be able to rally them to do join you in pressuring your politicians.

It’s engaging the middle margins that politicians fear. We deserve better than the political fate of the anti-war demonstrators, worked up into a mob and dispersed for later partisan assimilation. We can avoid this fate by rooting ourselves in our precincts and becoming grassroots leaders.

Unless you live in Maryland or Virginia, it may make more sense to dedicate yourselves to more local activism. If you can become a grassroots leader, and we as leaders work in a coordinated fashion, we will be able to manipulate our representatives in government. It does not matter if our representatives are not sincerely committed to Liberty–we can force them to vote for Liberty by making it the path of least resistance. That requires mobilization of voters, and the only way this essential task will be completed is if we start now.

The Revolution begins at home, and arrives in DC, not the other way around. You don’t need to travel to DC to make your voice heard. If you want to really upset the political establishment, become a grassroots leader.

[Headings & Emphasis Mine]

Read the article in its entirety here.

September 10, 2009 Posted by | Congress, Demonstrations, Elections, Freedom, Government, Grassroots, Liberty, Local Activism, Political Partys, Politics, Protests, Senate, Vote, Voters | , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

“We The People” Stimulus Package

Bob Basso author of “Common Sense” plays the role of Thomas Paine to ignite the fire of change in America. Patriotism and Pride for America lead Thomas Paine to help take back America!


July 17, 2009 Posted by | auto industry, Bailout, Bill of Rights, Congress, Constitution, Deficit, Deficit Spending, Economy, Elections, End of America, End the Fed, Federal Reserve, Foreign Policy, Fraud, Freedom, Government, Inflation, Legislation, Liberty, Limited Federal Government, Lobby, New World Order, Politics, Protests, Senate, Sovereignty, States Rights, Statutes, Tax, Taxation, Taxpayer, Traitors, Tyranny, United Nations | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

CFR Corporate Members Get Lion’s Share of Bailout Funds

Source: NewAmerican

Written by Thomas R. Eddlem
Monday, 23 March 2009 11:30

Newspapers are fixated upon $160 million in bonuses given to American International Group (AIG) executives. And it’s nice to know where the millions are going (note: the bonuses could have been cancelled had the federal government let the company go bankrupt, as officials should have). But where are the trillions in TARP, TALC and Federal Reserve Bank bailout funds going? The man in charge of administering the bailouts is Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who served as a staff member of the New York City-based Council on Foreign Relations before being hired in 2003 to head the New York City branch of the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed). As the vice chairman of the Fed’s Open Market Committee, Geithner is probably a poor choice to get the nation out of it’s current economic mess. He served as Alan Greenspan’s number two man at the Fed, so Geithner is as responsible as anyone for facilitating the severity of the real estate and financial bubble and its subsequent collapse. After all, the Fed was the driving force behind the asset bubble, inflating the bubble larger and larger through artificially low interest rates and an inflationary easy-money policy.

Under Geithner and his predecessor (former Goldman Sachs CEO Henry “Hank” Paulson), the majority of bailout funds have been awarded to high-level donors to Geithner’s former employer: the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Thomas Eddlem raises very important questions at the end of his article … see the entire article here.  A great many of the People know the business relationship of the people involved and yet… there is nothing done.  The People screamed loud and clear for a “No” vote on the bailouts and yet… the bailouts were passed.  Maybe it’s time The People looked for new representation from a different political party?? How about a party that stands on the principles found in the founding documents of this country?

April 28, 2009 Posted by | Bailout, Banks, Bernanke, CFR, Council on Foreign Relations, Deficit, Deficit Spending, Economy, Elections, End of America, Federal Reserve, Finance, Fraud, Government, Inflation, New World Order, Political Partys, Politics, Taxpayer | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

“Hope for Change” – Has Anything Changed Yet??

You heard the slogan.  Were you one of those taken in by it?  Do you still believe that there will be any change in the way the federal government does business?  Will the People be able to count on their government to “preserve, protect and defend” the Constitution and their Freedom?


Think about all that the new administration has accomplished up to this point.  What do you see??  Disagree all you want but at this point I see nothing but the same ol’ song and dance.  If at all possible I hope to enlighten the readers of this blog to the fact that the 2 major political parties are one and the same, with very slight and inconsequential differences which all serve a single specific purpose, marching in the same direction.


We have seen a “stimulus” bill passed and signed into law under the “economic emergency” without the full transparency that had been promised on the campaign trail while Obama fought to secure votes.  This bill was passed in much the same way that the USA Patriot Act was passed during the Bush Administration.[1] And when scrutinized closely we find a few new laws tucked away within its pages that do nothing more than infringe upon the rights of the People[2] and invade privacy[3] while implementing new systems of control[4] over them.


As noted in a previous post, Obama has surrounded himself with “globalists” that work towards their goal of a New World Order.[5] This NWO is not in the best interests of America or the World.  It serves to benefit only the lust for financial gain and power of the International Corporations. But I digress…


We have had to endure an assault on our liberty from the Bush Administration which brought protests from around the country, from all corners and regardless of political affiliation.

“The brownshirt Bush regime ignored the protections provided by habeas corpus. They spied on American citizens without warrants. They violated the First Amendment. They elevated decisions of the president above US statutory law and international law. They claimed the power to withhold information from the people’s representatives in Congress, and they asserted, and behaved as if, they were unaccountable to the people, Congress, and the federal courts. The executive branch claimed the power to ignore congressional subpoenas. Republicans regarded Bush as a Stuart king unaccountable to law.”[6]

And what solution did the American People come up with??  Yep, that’s right, they voted for the same ol’ song and dance instead of looking to someone that was outside of the mainstream political landscape.  They looked to another “politician” instead of a “statesman”.


We now see that Obama is falling into line with much of what the Bush Administration has accomplished (which was by no means for the benefit of the American People).

“Now we have the Democrats, and the assault on civil liberty continues. President Obama doesn’t want to hold Bush accountable for his crimes and violations of the Constitution, because Obama wants to retain the powers that Bush asserted. Even the practice of kidnapping people and transporting them to foreign countries to be tortured has been retained by President Obama.

The civil liberties that Bush stole from us are now in Obama’s pocket.”[7]

How is that for change?  Allow me to demonstrate some of the other “changes” that come from the “Hope for Change” administration.


The current administration is now attempting to block a lawsuit seeking to recover millions of missing White House emails.[8] Why is Obama’s administration continuing the Bush administrations efforts to block this lawsuit?


Onward we march towards Socialism?  Benito Mussolini coined the term “fascism” and later said that “corporatism” would have been a better term. Socialism or Corporatism?  Take your pick.  We are without a doubt headed in that direction as evidenced by the leanings of the new administrations desire to institute mandatory programs of national service.

“Despite denials that Obama plans to institute a mandatory program of national service, his original change.gov website stated that Americans would be “required” to complete “50 hours of community service in middle school and high school and 100 hours of community service in college every year”. The text was only later changed to state that Americans would be “encouraged” to undertake such programs.”[9]

The pattern should be obvious to anyone with a skittle of intelligence. How do you think the Obama Administration is going to react to the Bush Administrations efforts to protect the telecom industry from liability when Bush had successfully enacted law giving them immunity[10]?  Will that Bush policy change under this new administration?  The pattern suggests that these huge corporations have nothing to worry about and they will continue to allow your privacy to be invaded.


While people are busy living their life, working, throwing “Oscar” night partys (Can you believe it? People actually have Oscar night parties!!) or watching News stories about which celebrity doesn’t wear underwear – the reality around them is gradually undergoing change they may not see the danger of until it is much too late.


Thankfully, there are many people that understand the dangers the runaway federal government brings upon The People and are working diligently to thwart these assaults on the Freedom that the People of this country have long defended and enjoyed. Hmm, maybe I should be wary of a visit by the Sercret Service?[11]


It appears that “hope” for change was the promise. Hope all you want – you won’t see real change until we have Statesman that refuse to be puppets of corporations and their lobbyists.


Get Active. Join Patriots from every corner of this great land and work to effect real change.  The promise of “hope” for change is not a promise for actual change.  Real Change begins with You.


See the links under “America Acts” to find out how you can be a part of effecting change.  Investigate and compare those “other” political partys and their candidates.  Do not allow the mainstream medias’ coverage of the same ol’ song and dance routine of the 2 major partys be your only source of information.


[1] The USA Patriot Act and The Bill of Rights

“Under cover of darkness the President had the substitute bill printed at 3:45 a.m., only hours before the House vote scheduled for that same morning. Out of 435 Representatives, NOT ONE would read the substituted Act before voting on the bill.

[2] Gun Registry Bill Draws Massive Resistance

[3] Stimulus Bill Includes Medical Databases for “Biosurveillance”

[4] The “Stimulus” Computerized Medical Records Provision Has Implications For Gun Owners

[5] Change?? What Change?, Obama Picks Bilderberger for Health Secretary

[6] From One Assault on the Constitution to Another

[7] From One Assault on the Constitution to Another

[8] Obama Administration backs Bush, tries to kill lost White House emails lawsuit

[9] Lawmaker Warns of “Forced Servitude” Under Obama

[10] Judge Questions Law Giving Telecoms Immunity

[11] Man Pulled Over By Cops, Visited By Secret Service Over Anti-Obama Sign

February 24, 2009 Posted by | Bill of Rights, Bush, Constitution, Credit, Declaration of Independence, Deficit, Deficit Spending, Democrat, DNC, Economy, Elections, End of America, Finance, Freedom, Freedom & Liberty, GOP, Government, Gun Control, Inflation, Law, Liberty, Martial Law, Media, New World Order, Obama, Political Partys, Politics, President, Privacy, Republican, Secret Service | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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