"A Nation with a Government, not a Government with a Nation"

"A Nation with a Government, not a Government with a Nation"

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

We like It As Is


Monday, 28 June 2010

Clap, We Got Something Right

Yes, sad to say it was this close (vote was 5-4) but that's how close we are to losing our rights......thank you Supreme Court for recognizing and ruling per the Constitution.

Saturday, 26 June 2010

Take a Stand

More and more we are confronted with the push for social acceptance of homosexuality. Homosexuality is an abomination in the eyes of our Lord and an abnormal lifestyle. We stand by and watch in disgust and feel helpless in expressing our feelings that we are against such.
The political pressure brought to bear to promote homosexual lifestyle grows while we stand on the sidelines. There is no doubt the majority of citizens do not condone such. Why do we accept this? Why do we allow the “other side,” to push for political support and we stand silent? Many of us know of homosexuals living in our neighborhoods, working alongside us and attending our churches. Yet we feel very strongly that the presence they bring into our society is depravation to the future of our children. Their political stature grows with our quiet acquiesce. Recently the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell military policy has made headlines in regards to its repeal. How and why have we let it come to this? It is at such a level that leading politicians will not come out in public and take a stand against such for a fear of their homosexual constituents? Homosexual constituents? What about the Heterosexual constituents? We have sat complacent and accepted second place? No, this is not who we are. Some leading politicians feeling the pressure of their homosexual constituents have even compared the recognition of homosexuals as the same fight for civil rights faced in earlier years. No, this is not true. Do not let this abomination creep sinisterly into our nation as an accepted lifestyle, voice your opinion and let your political representatives know where you stand so the next time such legislation comes forth our representatives will think twice before placing their vote.

Thursday, 24 June 2010

C'mon Folks Say It Ain't So

What is going on? Reject this crap ....unacceptable....

1st - Gay, gay, gay and more gay, what the h%ll? Somehow the weird has become cool. Gay politicians, gay movies, gay TV, gay books and ....homosexuality is not natural.....weirdos.

2nd- Illegal is now the new "legal." Well of course except for you and me. Believe me buddy if we didn't pay our taxes we'd be hauled into the dungeon......but, wait.....if you sneak into the country, avoiding the system established to allow you to come, use public services for free, use the emergency room for hiccups and etc., well, well......You're a hero, bless you.


Please folks, reject this crap, this is NOT America! We are not gay, do not want illegal aliens in our country and we believe people such as John Wayne & Ronald Reagan are real HEROS!

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Good Question...

Why Isn't the Obama Administration Suing 'Sanctuary Cities'?

The lawsuit against SB1070 has nothing to do with keeping immigration policy in federal hands.


Good for Them

Forget racism concerns, enforce the law!

WT.....next letter?

Check your kids school libraries for this Cr@p.....


Another country (Mexico) files a legal brief demonstrating concerns with an American law (which only reinforces another American law)....hugh? What gives? Who cares what they think...if they're so concerned with legality start at home with the Cartels that run the country.

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

It's Long but READ IT, it's scary...remember the rich NEVER lose


The Other Branches of Government

Oh, yes we do have other branches of government and by the way they check each other so that one will not overpower the others......sorry for the informed but considering today's schools this needs to be stated.
My friend, buddy, pal, our Curent Occupant of the White House was just checked......thanks judicial branch.

Saturday, 19 June 2010

A Survey Worth Taking


Father = Husband

Fathers Who Are Husbands Spare Children from Poverty
A wedding ring on Dad's finger is more than a symbol of his commitment to Mom. It also proves to be the ultimate anti-poverty weapon for their children. Now that's something to celebrate and encourage this Father's Day. It's fitting on Sunday to honor all the fathers who strive to keep that commitment, even when they grow weary."
The principal cause of child poverty in the U.S. is the absence of married fathers in the home," Robert Rector, senior research fellow in domestic policy studies at The Heritage Foundation, writes in a new paper. "Marriage is a powerful weapon in fighting poverty. Being married has the same effect in reducing poverty as adding five to six years to a parent’s education level."In the paper, accompanied by 12 new charts on marriage and poverty, Rector illustrates the severe social costs of record-high births outside marriage – and of homes without fathers.
The escalating rate of births to unmarried women – four of every 10 babies overall, but more than half the Hispanic births and a staggering seven of every 10 births for blacks – is driving the collapse of marriage in America, especially in lower-income neighborhoods.....From the Heritage Foundation

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Arizona's Fight

The state of Arizona recently has cornered headlines for the executive actions taken by their Governor in pushing legislation targeted at the problems illegal aliens create for the state and the lack of response for such by the federal government. My first comment is hoo-rah Arizona for standing up for yourself. My second comment relates to how a good intention years ago causes/caused havoc with our nation. I refer to the 17th amendment and it's ramifications. The Progressives of the early 20th century passed this legislation which basically took away states powers in controlling the state's Senators on the national level. Before this amendment the states sent their Senators to represent them in the federal government though with the amendment the Senators are open to the party machines and ensuring themselves another six year term in office. Arizona has done what it can to push it's needs with the lack of such representation today and again hoo-rah for them.

Virginia Leading the Way

"Virginia will finish this fiscal year in the black, Gov. Bob McDonnell announced Monday," the Examiner reports. How? Because the state has curbed its spending to ensure revenues match expenses. Congress would do well to follow this model.

Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Got to Agree with These 5 Points

From Tripp's take;

1.You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity, by legislating the wealth out of prosperity.

2.What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

3.The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.

4.You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it.

5.When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work, because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.


This Question Should Apply to All Reps in DC

South Carolina Pol Questions Dem Senate Candidate's 'Mental Status'

Our $ Funded Bailouts Must End

From the Heritage Foundation,"Late Saturday night President Barack Obama sent a letter to the leadership of the House and Senate urging them to approve a tax and spending bill currently being debated in the Senate that already would add $80 billion to our nation's budget deficit. But coming off of last year's $862 billion stimulus, President Obama is not happy with just another $80 billion in debt for this year. He also requested another $50 billion in deficit spending earmarked for bailing-out state and local governments. Without this "emergency" money, the President claims thousands of government union jobs would be lost."

"Last week Gallup reported that "Federal government debt" was the issue that most threatened the future well-being of the United States. Our nation's record deficits are largely driven by the record spending increases of the last decade and the last year in particular. There is a way out of this deficit nightmare: stop spending. If the federal government managed to return to the per-household spending level of the Reagan administration, the budget would be balanced by 2012 without any tax hikes. Or just returning to the per-household spending levels that existed before the current recession would balance the budget by 2019."

Saturday, 12 June 2010

The Constitution is still relevant

"The idea that the Constitution is somehow dated and less relevant today is outrageous," opines The Heritage Foundation's Brandon Stewart. "The simple, noble principles enshrined in the Constitution have never been more relevant than they are today." Unfortunately, many on the left have taken issue with this fact.
Consider Wilder Publications, publisher of a recent anthology of Founding texts, including the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. This "book" comes with a printed disclaimer stating that these self-evident truths may not be so true any longer. Reader beware!
This is utterly ridiculous. These ideas are not dangerous; they're liberating. These values don't expire; they're eternal. These truths are not exclusive; they're universal.
Based on reader reviews, Amazon.com customers appear to agree. What do you think?
As Heritage's Matthew Spalding explains in his new book, We Still Hold These Truths:
To this day, so many years after the American Revolution, these principles—proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence and promulgated by the United States Constitution—still define us as a nation and inspire us as a people. They are responsible for a prosperous and just nation unlike any in the world…

Some Lead while some Wander

While Ronald Reagan restored the peace-through-strength model," writes Heritage vice president Kim Holmes in the Washington Times, "the Obama administration has adopted an apologetic, soft-power approach similar to that of the Carter administration."


Well Founded Fears

So Why are we initiating new spending programs? Review current expenditures and.......CUT
National Debt Now Tops American Fears

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Picked up from Tripp's take

This appeared in a Czech newspaper last year. Pretty much sums it up:
"The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president."

This is Good, Run, run, run

About 2,300 running for Congress, most in decades
By BEN EVANS (AP) – 1 day ago
WASHINGTON — Discontent with incumbents and anti-Washington anger are adding up to a potentially record-breaking crowd of congressional challengers this election year.
More than 2,300 people are running for 471 House and Senate seats in the midterms. It's the highest number of candidates in at least 35 years, according to data provided to The Associated Press by the Federal Election Commission, which began tracking candidates in 1975.


Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Too Much Common Sense to Pass

Many in Washington promised Americans that government spending in the so-called “stimulus” package would put Americans back to work and get the economy going again. Yet, unemployment still remains near 10%, and implementation of the stimulus has been characterized by delays, fraud, and poor management. The trillion-dollar-plus government stimulus programs and taxpayer-funded bailouts have failed. A growing private sector economy is the only “stimulus program” that will create the jobs needed to restore America’s economic strength.
It’s time for real solutions to America’s fiscal crisis, which is why I am proudly cosponsoring the Economic Freedom Act, H.R. 5029. This legislation would:
Terminate the TARP program,
Repeal the remaining “stimulus” spending,
Usher in several tax decreases to provide a real economic recovery plan to create jobs,
Reduce the payroll tax in half for 2010, increasing workers’ paychecks and improving the bottom line for employers which leads to job creation,
Eliminate the death tax, ensuring that small businesses and family farms will continue creating jobs for future generations
Eliminate the capital gains tax, which would encourage the risk-taking and investment that is at the heart of the entrepreneurial spirit, and
Reduce the corporate tax rate to 12.5%, improving America’s competitiveness in the global market and providing incentives for expansion and job creation.
This comprehensive approach will help to restore economic freedom in the United States and put our country on the path to a brighter future. Please share your thoughts by e-mailing me here. I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours in service,
Randy Forbes
Member of Congress

Citizens Against Government Waste

Citizens Against Government Waste