Dear Republicans: Embrace Your Inner “No” And Pick A REAL FIGHT!

Dear Republicans: Embrace Your Inner “No” And Pick A REAL FIGHT!

(THIS IS A MESSAGE FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY…If you agree, please send it on to your representatives.)

For some 18 months we have had to suffer unheard agonies as the Obama administration mimics the rise of Hitler and the Third Reich through use of the Nike slogan, “Just do it”.  We have had to helplessly watch him and his thugs make Congress irrelevant through czars and executive orders.   We have had to experience the gut-wrenching torture of watching him sign away our childrens’ financial future, American sovereignty, capitalism, states’ rights, transparency, legalize and legitimize slavery (Obamacare), appoint global socialists with an agenda, and all the while, spending our money lavishly, playing golf, taking vacations, bowing, and apologizing to our enemies.

When will ‘Enough Be Enough’?

Dear Republicans; it is time to embrace your inner “NO”

AND

PICK A REAL FIGHT!

The Republicans have been labeled as the the Party of No by the liberal left of the Democratic Party, (…embrace it).

They have been lambasted as not having any ideas to get us out of the mess that George Bush and those same republicans created, (…apologize for it, beg for forgiveness).

They have been treated like the poor beggar relative that needs to shut up and be shut away, (…stop bowing your heads).

Every time the Republicans come forward with an idea looking for bipartisan support, the demons and the media bury the story, put forward their own progressive plan for social change, and call the Republicans the Party of No, (…embrace it).

The Republican Party is at more of a crossroads than the Democratic Party.  The Dems have been totally absorbed by the progressive global socialists.  Their cause is now lost.  Some of their compliment may even join you.

The Republicans are now required to embrace their inner “NO”, bring that voice to the forefront loud and clear, and become proudly the PARTY OF HELL NO!

History is now calling to you to stop WEEPING IN THE WINGS and PICK A REAL FIGHT!

  • Hell NO to shaming Americans with Washington’s treatment of our SACRED Constitution.
  • Hell NO to bending and twisting the Constitution to fit an agenda.
  • Hell NO to the liberty killing Patriot Act!
  • Hell No to being associated and/or collaborate with the party that labels everybody who opposes their agenda as racist.
  • Hell NO to the most opaque and corrupt Federal Administration EVER!
  • Hell NO to a political ruling class of elites.
  • Hell No to selling our descendants into financial indentured servitude with insane spending.
  • Hell NO to passing bills that are thousands of pages long and have not been read by lawmakers.
  • Hell NO to allowing the Federal Reserve’s continued existence when they have proven that they have reduced the value of the dollar by 95% since it’s institution and have created more financial instability than they have solved.
  • Hell NO to the United Nations. Get them OUT of our country, their plan to collapse American Sovereignty, and their globalist wealth redistribution with them.
  • Hell NO to monetizing the debt and collapsing the country under interest payments to a private banking cartel that IS creating a bankrupt America at the globalists’ bidding.
  • Hell NO to raising taxes at a time when the nation’s throat has been slit and is bleeding out.
  • Hell NO to confirming known activist judges for life terms on the Supreme Court.
  • Hell NO to continued government absorption of the private sector economy.
  • Hell NO to public sector job creation.
  • Hell NO to leaving the security of the Nation to an administration that is using the border for political reasons.
  • Hell NO to allowing lawmakers continued re-election for DECADES. Term limits required.
  • Hell NO to continuing a progressive tax system that is stealing American’s life essence and leaving our children penniless.
  • Hell NO to handcuffing our military with suicidal rules of non-engagement.
  • Hell NO to the slavery of Obamacare.
  • Hell NO to ultimate ‘Big Brother’ control of Financial Regulation Reform.
  • Hell NO to the poverty of Cap and Trade.
  • Hell NO to confirming presidential appointees that choose not to pay their taxes.
  • Hell NO to voting against your constitutents’ wishes.
  • Hell NO to patronizing and condescending to voters.
  • Hell NO to warrant-less wiretapping.
  • Hell NO to indefinite and uncharged detention.
  • Hell NO to authorized assassinations of Americans suspected of terrorism.
  • Hell NO to associating with known terrorists groups.
  • Hell NO to a Freakin’ Mosque at Ground Zero.  Are You Freakin’ Kidding Me?
  • Hell NO to government absorption of the Internet.
  • Hell NO to the unfunded liabilities of Social Security and Medicare because of mismanagement of funds.
  • Hell NO to leaving the borders open.
  • Hell NO to illegal alien (criminals) amnesty.
  • Hell NO to feeding your friends and starving the populace.
  • Hell NO to progressive think tanks writing bills for lawmakers.
  • Hell NO to the media monopoly of SIX CORPORATIONS owning all the press and telling us what to think.
  • Hell NO to PRESIDENTIAL APOLOGY TOURS!!!!!

…and on and on and on.

History has been crying out and is now screaming to you, Republicans. It is time for you to stand as statesmen, feel that moment of time suspended in flux where your decisions will turn a nation back to liberty.  Take that breath, face your fear…Pick The Fight.

It is time to feel the power of making the decision, throwing caution to the wind, and saying ‘NO’ Like.You.Mean.It!

Embrace a new name and a new direction.

It can no longer be ‘business as usual’ with a twist.

PICK THE FIGHT!

(and I mean PICK THE FIGHT; not looking at your shoes while whining and whimpering).

Is it not time to feel the power of moving the nation forward, changing your name to the American Sovereignty Party, making a clean break from the progressives, letting Americans know who you really are, where you really stand, and doing something that has not been done in 234 years?

You will be amazed at how much support you receive from the American public.

Michele, Jim, Paul, Allen?  Anybody Listening? Anybody Out There?

The Real Problem Tea Party Patriots Have – Karl Rove Republicans

It’s not the media, it’s not the liar-in-chief; it’s the Republican Party, and the machine that Karl Rove is building in the background (based on John Podesta’s Center For American Progress) rallying money and support for republicans they want elected.  After eight years of Bush filleting the Constitution, the country, and your wallet, do we really want Karl Rove Republicans in power again?  Can anyone honestly say that the Patriot Act made anybody safer while taking away your privacy and personal liberty?  Americans have the pleasure of stripping naked to get through the airport, but bombers seem to be able to just stroll onto planes.  How about that Dept. of Homeland Insecurity being currently run by a lawyer with no national defense or intelligence experience who thinks you are a terrorist, and isn’t paying any attention to the real dangers?  (Did I or did I not mention yesterday that law enforcement believes we are all un-caught criminals?)

One has to give Karl Rove credit for having the wherewithal to build a machine to try to stop the Progressive Left from achieving power indefinitely and by the numbers, but what good does it do the average citizen when it’s the Progressive Right building the machinery.  I’d prefer not to watch two evil titans battle it out over the American carcass they created.

How does the tea party movement find candidates that are aligned with traditional American values when the Republican Party starts running candidates that sound like us, but who are just progressive elites straining to get to the trough?

Karl Rove, Republican Party secretly plot vast network to reclaim power

The Republican Party’s best-connected political operatives have quietly built a massive fundraising, organizing and advertising machine based on the model assembled by Democrats early in the decade, and with the same ambitious goal — to recapture Congress and the White House.

The new groups could give Republicans and their allies a powerful campaign apparatus separate from the Republican National Committee. Karl Rove, political architect of the Bush presidency, and Ed Gillespie, former Republican Party chairman, are the most prominent forces behind what is, in effect, a network of five overlapping groups, three of which were started in the past few months.

The operating assumption of Rove, Gillespie and the other organizers is that despite the historical dominance of Republican fundraising and organizing, the GOP has been outmaneuvered by Democrats and their allies in recent years, and it is time to strike back.

“Where they have a chess piece on the board, we need a chess piece on the board,” said Gillespie, who is involved in all five groups in roles ranging from chairman to informal adviser. “Where they have a queen, we shouldn’t have three pawns.”

The network, which doesn’t have a name, attempts to replicate the Democracy Alliance, an umbrella group — founded in 2005 and funded by George Soros and other billionaires — and to borrow tactics from liberal groups established to help Democrats regain power after eight years of the Bush administration.

Two organizers of the Republican groups even made pilgrimages earlier this year to pick the brain of John Podesta, the former Clinton White House chief of staff who, in 2003, founded the Center for American Progress and was a major proponent of Democrats developing the kind of infrastructure pioneered by Republicans. (emphasis mine)

Rove, currently on a book tour, has provided “a laying-on of hands” for the groups — as one organizer put it — by encouraging major Republican donors to support them as part of the GOP’s path to revival. “Karl has always said: People call us a vast right-wing conspiracy, but we’re really a half-assed right-wing conspiracy,” he said. “Now, he wants to get more serious.”

While separate, the five entities are so closely related that three share an 11th-floor office near the White House. The groups are:

Head over to Politico to read about the groups. Here are the names to put on your radar:  American Crossroads, American Action Network, American Action Forum, Resurgent Republic.

Like I Said Earlier…

Like I Said Earlier…

On December 8th, I put up a post about O’Reilly endorsing the idea of a 3rd political party to run in the 2010 and 2012 elections.  I stated that I although I love the idea of a 3rd party, the timing for such an event would be devastating and guarantee Obama another term, and the dems would destroy whatever liberty we have left.

Reality Check #3:

For a long time I believed that everyone should become an independent or a non-affiliated voter and then make the two parties bring us candidates we would vote for.  I no longer think we have the luxury of time to make that happen, and here’s why.  In many states, if you are an indie, you are not allowed to vote in primaries so smaller and smaller percentages of the two major parties would be putting forth candidates for everybody to vote on.  Just look at NY-23 where the dem and the repub were barely indistinguishable, and then imagine that across every district in the nation.  Neither of these parties are interested in “selling” candidates to indies no matter what they say.  Democrats have been the party of corruption since the very beginning with their continued support of slavery.  Republicans have been corrupted by progressivism.  I believe the plan needs to shift to all indies changing their registrations to Republican and then working for the candidates they believe in and voting out all the rinos.   Find constitutional candidates, support them, volunteer for them, donate, knock on doors, and then get them past the primary and general elections.  Once that happens, you ride the crap outta them to make sure they behave or vote them out again.  You can never be asleep or uninvolved again.

I guess I wasn’t clear enough about my meaning when I stated that I thought all indies should register as republicans.  This DOES NOT mean you are espousing the current republican mantra of roll over and play dead; this espouses being part of the BORG Movement that absorbs and cleanses the republican hierarchy of all the RINOs through sheer numbers, and using the RP as a means to defeat the democratic socialists.  The RP has an extensive infrastructure already in place, and a third party just does not have the time necessary to be effective in the 2010 elections.

I guess I wasn’t the only one with the idea, and this gentleman has stated it much more succinctly than I ever could have.

The tea party misconception

By Eric Odom

My most recent post over at TaxDayTeaParty.com has sparked a pretty intense debate over ideas of where the movement should focus its electoral attention in 2010.

I put up a generic poll that now shows overwhelming support for the movement to move in on the GOP as its vessel for 2010 and 2012. There were a lot of logic based arguments against the idea, but some of them are completely off the mark. In fact, some of them expose the misconception that currently plagues the movement as a whole.

Let’s look at an example.

The 2009 TEA Parties began as an appeal to freedom from government control, just like the original Boston Tea Party. Aligning with either just the Republicans or just the Democrats is a mistake. We must make it clear this movement is about letting the people decide, not the politians. I’ve seen too many instances of either party trying to cram a candidate down the throats of the grassroot people, regardless of what’s being requested by the people. California’s upcoming senatorial race is a good example, where the RNC is choosing Carly Fiorina, yet the majority want Chuck DeVore.

The people didn’t join the TEA Parties because they wanted republican or democrat. If they did want that, they’d go to their local RNC or DNC office.

At some point, the tea party movement needs to get over its apparent fear of politics. Or maybe its hatred of politics, which is understandable, but not necessary at this point if we wish to be successful in the electoral fight.

With regards to the comment above, since when has anyone suggested the movement “align” itself with the existing establishment? A common misconception among tea party activists is that the mere suggestion of using the GOP as a vessel to carry our agenda and candidates immediately means we wish to align ourselves with its existing ilk.

The individual who made this comment talks of the party as if it’s a mystical, grand group power house political machines that dictate their will on us regardless of what we want or say. When in reality, the party only does what it does because we allow it to.

We have no one to blame but ourselves.

Love or hate the Ron Paul movement, you have to admit they put up a fantastic example of how possible it is to literally take over a party. Their problem, in my opinion, was marketing and lack of critical mass.

The tea party movement has both. Especially the critical mass.

To my fellow patriots in the movement, I would suggest we stop playing the victim card when it comes to the Republican party. If we’re victims, it’s because we let a noisy minority beat us our of the process.

We need to stop complaining about the party structure as it exist today and move in to take it over. Go to meetings, meet with precinct captains, start organizing groups, start getting angry and start raising hell at the local level.

And as a final note, there is nothing wrong with the suggestion that we move in on the GOP. Let’s not pretend the suggest means something that it doesn’t. (emphasis mine)

We have two options in 2010. One is very risky… the third party route. If we win, we gain much. But if we lose, we lose our country. And in turn, our liberty.

The second is far less risky, but involves the use of the GOP as a vessel for our movement.

The reality is, there are some VERY powerful people controlling our country. They aren’t going down easy, and at this point, I’m guessing they hope we’ll choose the first option.

About eric:
Eric Odom is project manager for Blogivists.com. A web strategist by trade, Odom is currently working to develop infrastructure for activists within the liberty movement.

In Clark County, Las Vegas, Nevada, for example, two nights ago, the majority of the republican party in Clark County actually resigned because so many tea party activists had moved in and started taking over the party at the local level.

I think the reality is that the republican party needs to understand it can’t win as an entity that supports moderate republicans, and a good question to ask, well a statement, I don’t think anybody can say with a straight face that John McCain would have won last year if he had become a little more moderate.

The White House Names Americans “Operatives” Now (UPDATED)

(Satire) Yes Robert, the republican party called me, the little tiny bastard red-headed step-child blogger out in left field personally and asked me to start writing about this issue back on:

APRIL 24TH, 2009!

Dictatorial Much?

In a meeting with House Republicans at the White House Thursday, President Obama reminded the minority that the last time he reached out to them, they reacted with zero votes — twice — for his stimulus package. And then he reminded them again. And again. And again.

A GOP source familiar with the meeting said that the president was extremely sensitive — even “thin-skinned” – to the fact that the stimulus bill received no GOP votes in the House. He continually brought it up throughout the meeting.

Obama also offered payback for that goose egg. A major overhaul of the health care system, he told the Republican leadership, would be done using a legislative process known as reconciliation, meaning that the GOP won’t be able to filibuster it.

I want what I want, when I want it, and I want it now.

Congress has until October 15 to pass health care or student lending reform under the normal process. If it doesn’t, reconciliation can be used to eliminate the 60-vote requirement.

Democratic aides said that Obama made clear to the GOP leadership that he would continue to work in a bipartisan way, but that they didn’t have veto power over health care policy. GOP aides, however, said that Obama was pretty clear that reconciliation would be used. “From what was told me, it sounded more like he would almost definitely use reconciliation for healthcare. I don’t think he hedged much,” said one.

Today, 8.4.09, we have this:

WH calls health care anger ‘manufactured’

The White House on Tuesday dismissed protests against President Obama’s health care reforms in multiple states over the weekend as “manufactured anger” orchestrated by right wing groups and the Republican party.

“I hope people will take a jaundiced eye to what is clearly the Astroturf nature of grass-roots lobbying,” said White House press secretary Robert Gibbs during a morning off-camera session in his office with reporters.

“This is manufactured anger,” he said.

Mr. Gibbs implied that the Republican Party is using operatives to make it appear as if members of the administration and of Congress are encountering genuine outrage and anger over the president’s proposed health care reforms.

So now we are not only “domestic terrorists” according to Janet, but we appear to be  “operatives” according to the WH.  This is dangerous language Mr. Obama, and it continues the dangerous division of “us” and “them” that your administration started, oh so many months ago.  It’s a good thing my grammie has passed over or she would know exactly what to do with that bar of soap.

UPDATE:
Because this video is coming from the National Republican Congressional Committee YouTube Channel, every single one of these Wisconsin voters have to be Republican Operatives! (Snark)

And just for the record, my readers know this but the newbies probably do not, The Monster HAS NEVER been registered as a Republican.

Today’s AYFKM? Award: The DCCC Petition Against Rush Limbaugh

ARE YOU FREAKIN’ KIDDING ME?  This is what our “leaders” are talking about while we are losing thousands of jobs a day and watching our economy slide from recession to depression?

Now I am hearing the Obamamedia asking if Rush Limbaugh is the defacto head of the Republican Party; maybe he should be, they all have lost their courage, integrity and clear thinking, as evidenced by letting the stimulus bill go through with all of Obama’s PORK for ACORN and others.

Democrats Launch Petition Against Rush Limbaugh After Firing Back at Obama

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched an online petition to express outrage at conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh for saying he wanted President Obama to “fail.”

“Jobs, health care, our place in the world — the stakes for our nation are high and every American needs President Obama to succeed,” the petition reads. “Stand strong against Rush Limbaugh’s Attacks — sign our petition, telling Rush what you think of his attacks on President Obama.”

The petition comes after Obama warned Republicans on Capitol Hill Friday that they need to quit listening to Limbaugh if they want to get along with Democrats and the new administration.

“You can’t just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done,” he told top GOP leaders, whom he had invited to the White House to discuss his nearly $1 trillion stimulus package.

One White House official confirmed the comment but said he was simply trying to make a larger point about bipartisan efforts.

On Monday, Limbaugh shot back at Obama, opening his show by saying, “I’m the man you should not be listening, according to President Obama.”

“I think [Obama] wants me to fail,” Limbaugh said. “He’s more frightened of me than he is of John Boehner, which doesn’t say much for our party.”

The remarks came after Limbaugh said last week on his radio show: “If I wanted Obama to succeed, I’d be happy the Republicans have laid down. I don’t want this to work. So I’m thinking of replying to this guy, say ‘okay, I’ll send you a response, but I don’t need 400 words, I need four: I hope he fails’.”

Is this what a bi-partisan campaign looks like?

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