Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Will We See Riots Here in the United States

I want to talk plainly...today was a mile stone, our President blamed Bush again and then those of us who have lost money under his leadership.  Where is Senator McCarthy when you need him...I'm just asking!

President Roosevelt another Progressive found McCarthy intolerable because he exposed the Communists, socialists in the White House who were advising the President...true McCarthy went too far but he stopped their movement and influence

I am truly afraid that the student driven riots in the Middle East, paid for by the US per Secretary Clinton are simply a test tube for what will happen here during the next year and a half.

Never have I seen a leader use class warfare like Obama.  He is starting early on his Billion dollar campaign because he is afraid he will not have time to complete his agenda, the implementation of his fathers desires for land reform. 

Presidents have always been the protectors of the American people.  This one seems to be encouraging class warfare.  Threaten, divide, march, shout, raise hell and meet at the highest levels with organizers of the various Unions to add conflict and blood to terrorize and free their concept of the oppressed.  Stalin and Lenin were wrong,

We are not the Soviets, we are capitalists, we are a Republic.  People are the glue that holds together the ideals of the 1700's, the binding for us as a people.  Despite the horrors used in speeches we will survive as a people...Obama is our first test.  

I say, language is important, speak up whether you agree with me or not.  What is the true condition of our country as described by us.  There are about 7,000,000 people unemployed so who really is the under dog. I do not want class warfare we are all Americans, but I remain afraid that some want Revolution.

The tax roles, money taken in by the IRS will be marginal, less than previous years, because too many people are unemployed and will not owe taxes.

I've digressed, God Bless America and all of us no matter our station or our financial burdens, burdens that have been made onerous by this Administration. 


The States Need to Become Actively Involved in Washington

It's time for the States to enter the fray in Washington, D.C..  Our Federal Government is so out of control, spending trillions of our dollars that we don't have they need to be reigned in.

To my mind the States need to become involved as they did with the Health Care Bill.  We elected 70 + members to the 112th Congress and it seems to have had little effect on their penchant for business as usual.

The reason I say the States need to be involved is because the States sponsored an Amendment to the Constitution, to elect our Congressmen by popular vote rather than selected by State Governments as tradition established.   Perhaps it's time for another referendum which will allow us to return to State Appointees to the Congress. 

To my mind today's Senators and Representatives no longer represent the views of their States and their populations.  It appears they work for themselves.  Simply because the States no longer appoint our representatives doesn't mean they shouldn't bring the state's power into their business in Washington and that includes the Federal Budget.

By appointing our TOP Federal Legislators we would eliminate the billions of dollars spent on electioneering.  If the appointees fail to represent us then the State could easily replace them.  If there is no constant awareness of votes perhaps the months and current time line of 2 years for election campaigning could instead be spent on the peoples business. 

There is an awful lot of precedence being set by this President and ignored by the 112th Congress. 
1. There are 50+ Czars advising the president who have no congressional oversight.   
2. The President did not consult the Congress before waging war on Lybia, yet the action is not questioned instead the Congress uses the lame argument ''All Presidents do it."  
3. Our Secretary of State has been talking about Billions of dollars to support youth rebellion through the use of the internet and face book. 
4.  It appears an adviser to Obama is pushing him to wage war against countries if they are oppressive to their people.  Nonsense...we are not the policemen for the world nor should we change governments. 
5.  The budget comes from the house and the senate and the president negotiate with the house for passage
6. The president has actively opened his campaign for 2012, does this mean a repeat of his time as a Senator where he will be spending so much time away from his responsibilities to campaign that he will leave Washington to its own devices.

Speaker Boehner, what happened?  I was beginning to believe in you again.  I'm worried you will let '95 emerging from the past and permit then to affect you now. You need courage, fight for your beliefs and mine.

Isn't saying that the 40 billion in cuts you agreed to, and identified in Obama's December's budget nothing but another game by you this time of, 'smoke and mirrors.'

The Tea Party's reputation has suffered because of your caution and reticence to expose your political future to defeat in '2012.

We want to help but you have to protect your base, stop being fearful of what may happen politically to you instead look to your legacy.

The Tea Party is a successful political movement(See the November 2, 2010 rejection of business as usual in Washington).  What started out as a small group of dispirited voters became a National Movement of significance.  I say movement because it is not  political party and hopefully it will not need to become one.