No Confidence We Demand Resignation Petition Letter For Obama

Via ObamaReleaseYourRecords, John Boehner has agreed to deliver the Obama Resignation Petitions to the House of Representatives.  Considering the current political climate including Arizona, the Gulf States, Sestak, Romanoff, and Blago, this could not be coming at a better time.

Congressman John Boehner Willing to Present Obama Resignation Petitions to House, Get Busy Sending!

It was also reported that Congressman John Boehner’s office confirmed that Rep. Boehner would present the Obama resignation petitions to the House.

Print out six copies right from the embedded Scribd document and send five to the addresses listed at the bottom of the embedded page.  Keep one copy for yourself.  (I know you folks.  We are probably going to crash the Post Office.)


The No Confidence We Demand Resignation Petition Letter for Obama et al.

Darrell Issa: “This Administration Can No Longer Be Trusted”

Do you really believe that Bill Clinton acted as a go-between for Rahm Emanuel in offering a non-paid advisory position to Joe Sestak? Really? REALLY? I’m calling donkeyballs on this one.

Darrell Issa makes the statement that “this administration can no longer be trusted”. I guess in GOP terms, those are some fighting words, and I am glad that somebody in government is starting to edge closer to what bloggers and talk radio have been saying since before the pResident was installed in our White House.

Will we be hearing the whole truth from the District of Criminals?  I’m not holding my breath.

When do we surround the capital and shut down the renegade ‘government gone wild’ again? When is the national strike?

It’s The Official Start Of The 2010 Mid-Term Elections

It’s The Official Start Of The 2010 Mid-Term Elections

The big races to watch:

Kentucky: Rand Paul vs. Trey Grayson
What To Watch In Kentucky

In Kentucky, Jack Conway (D) and Dan Mongiardo (D) face off in what has turned out to be a very close Democratic Senate primary. Polls close across the state by 7 pm ET.

1. Jack Conway is from Louisville and is expected to do quite well there. Louisville has a tendency to report its results earlier in the evening, and Conway should lead early in the count. Dan Mongiardo is counting on a strong performance in the rural areas of Kentucky and should be able to close the gap with Conway as those results come in. If Mongiardo leads with 50% of the precincts reporting, he’ll likely win.

2. Will voters actually pull the lever for Darlene Price? This former US customs drug agent and Democratic candidate for US Senate has been pulling about 5% in recent polls. In polls, her vote tends to be among Conway’s constituency of liberals and females. If the support Price falters at the polls, Conway is likely to be the beneficiary and it may put him over the top.

3. Does anybody actually show-up? Most of the media attention in Kentucky (and nationally) has been focused on the Republican Senatorial primary between likely winner Rand Paul and Trey Grayson. The Secretary of State, who happens to be Trey Grayson, predicts only a 30% turnout statewide. Conway has vastly outspent Mongiardo on television and is likely to benefit from a large turnout. If more than 500,000 votes are cast statewide in the Democratic primary, Conway is likely to win.


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