Monthly Archives: May 2009

And there will be bread lines…

Does it not seem that the Obama administration is doing everything it can to ensure that American is cast into a position of being a ‘third world country’?

It’s a frightening thought.   How much damage will this guy do before it stops?  How many of his policies will be irreversible?   So much of what he has done and is attempting to do (nationalizing banks, nationalizing companies, trillions of dollars in programs and bailouts, universal health care, turning over companies to unions) will be so entrenched in the system it will be impossible to extricate ourselves from – think Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid.

His end game seems to be make the U.S.A. a nation of recipients.  There are plenty of “entitlementers” out there already.  For those of us who are not inclined to let the government run our lives, he will create an environment that will tax us into the poorhouse and/or limit our ability to take care of ourselves by regulation and decreased commerce.  Do YOU have the time or the inclination to stand in line for bread or milk or toilet paper? 

Do you believe that this country should be forced into soup kitchens because the progressive movement feels they must break us in order to achieve their ultimate goal?

Where are the politicians (regardless of party) who will put their personal interests aside to ensure our survival?  It sounds dramatic, but it’s just that simple.  There are millions of us ordinary folk standing up, but there are too few politicians entering the battle for the future of this nation.



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Finally! Someone grows a spine…

Lots of scary stuff going on out there right now.

And amazingly, there seems to be increasing push-back against it.  One of which is the number of states proposing state sovereignty.

More amazing, my state of Ohio is one of them.

You know the federal government has gone too far when states (which typically have their hands out for every penny they can get regardless of the repercussions) are passing legislation tell Washington to keep their mitts off.

Bravo!  Right choice, I’m not taking down my “Don’t Tread on Me” flag, but right choice!!

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