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megimoo
01-09-2010, 05:39 AM
The underlying reason for America's past greatness is the freedom of her people. As the people's freedom is diminished, so is America's greatness.

Once lost, neither freedom nor the nation's greatness can be easily regained. The people's freedom has been dramatically eroded in recent years,the

Marxist majority now in control of the federal government is trying hard to extinguish those few flames that still flicker.

The underlying principle of America's system of government is clearly stated in the Declaration of Independence: Governments derive their just powers "from the consent of the governed." People are free when they control their government. When government controls the people, there can be no freedom.

For most of the 20th century, the philosophy of Karl Marx permeated most of Europe and made strong inroads in America. The strong anti-communist movement of the 1950s collapsed when political power was abused. Except for a brief period during the Cuban Missile Crisis, communism, socialism and Marxism faded from the American vocabulary. Instead, "give peace a chance," the war on poverty and environmentalism filled the popular agenda.

The new agenda required new government involvement. Lyndon Johnson's 1960s War on Poverty promised to end poverty through government supervision and redistribution of wealth. Detroit's "Model Cities" program was the predecessor of today's "Sustainable Communities" agenda. Detroit provides a great example of why these Marxist policies should be avoided at all costs.

Reduced to its lowest common denominator, Marxism is government managing society. Freedom is society managing government. The current arrogant, Marxist majority in Washington could not care less about what the people want or say. They are convinced that they know best how society should be managed, and they are hell-bent to manage it the way they want.

Led by President Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi, this government has become, as Thomas Jefferson describes governments of force, "a government of wolves over sheep."

The Marxist majority completely ignores the overwhelming expressed will of the people who say, "Do not enact the currently proposed health-care legislation."

They completely ignore the will of the people who say, "Treat terrorists as combatants, not as criminals entitled to constitutional protections."

The leaders of this government have turned the ship of state directly toward Marxism, and they fully intend to impose every people-management system they can create.

This is precisely the kind of situation Jefferson had in mind when he told his friend, James Madison, "A little rebellion now and then is a good thing." And a rebellion is rising.

The rebellion is not simply one political party rising to defeat another. This rebellion is deep-seated.

It stretches across many political parties and stokes the fires of freedom in people who have not been politically active in the past.

"These ,"Indeed, are the times that try men's souls."
Thomas Paine December 23,1776


http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=121388

The Crisis by Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine The Crisis is a collection of articles written by Thomas Paine during the American Revolutionary War.
http://www.answers.com/topic/the-american-crisis-1

In 1776 Paine wrote Common Sense, an extremely popular and successful pamphlet arguing for Independence from England. The essays collected here constitute Paine's ongoing support for an independent and self-governing America through the many severe crises of the Revolutionary War.

General Washington found the first essay so inspiring, he ordered that it be read to the troops at Valley Forge.
http://www.ushistory.org/paine/crisis/index.htm

lacarnut
01-09-2010, 07:22 AM
If the Repub in the MA Senate race can pull off an upset on Jan. 19, 2010 for Kennedy's seat, it will send earthquakes thru the political scene. That would be enough to derail the health bill. He started out 30 points behind and the margin is only single digits. He has a shot at winning especially if the Boston Herald is doing the polling.

AlmostThere
01-09-2010, 09:37 AM
If the Repub in the MA Senate race can pull off an upset on Jan. 19, 2010 for Kennedy's seat, it will send earthquakes thru the political scene. That would be enough to derail the health bill. He started out 30 points behind and the margin is only single digits. He has a shot at winning especially if the Boston Herald is doing the polling.

Hannity interviewed him last night on his show. He didn't exactly strike me as a beacon of hope. He wouldn't align himself with any Republican or Conservative philosophy. He'd only say he was a Scott Brown Republican, whatever that is. Hannity asked him what grade he'd give Obama so far. Brown was afraid to even say what he thinks. I honestly wasn't very impressed.

swirling_vortex
01-09-2010, 10:02 AM
Hannity interviewed him last night on his show. He didn't exactly strike me as a beacon of hope. He wouldn't align himself with any Republican or Conservative philosophy. He'd only say he was a Scott Brown Republican, whatever that is. Hannity asked him what grade he'd give Obama so far. Brown was afraid to even say what he thinks. I honestly wasn't very impressed.
Yeah, same here. I felt like I was listening to a speech, not gaining new insight into his policies.

Last Samurai
01-10-2010, 11:51 PM
As one might have noticed over the recent years.... political campaigning has devolved from "THIS is what I stand for and THIS is what I will do" statements (aside from promising "bread and circuses" to the unenlightened) to statements of pure vanilla in the hope of pissing off as few voters as possible.

Apparently they don't believe in the old adage that one cannot please all the people all the time.

So us poor voters are left to vote for some guy/lady based only on carefully manufactored "image" and popularity ratings rather than real capacity for the job.

I submit our latest President as a prime example of a Media Made Man elected purely on perceived popularity.

This Nation has made some serious mistakes in it's time, but THAT one is of Hall of Shame caliber. IMHO.

LS

AmPat
01-11-2010, 02:20 PM
Yeah, same here. I felt like I was listening to a speech, not gaining new insight into his policies.He is emphatic in his opposition to the Health care bill. For now that is enough.

lacarnut
01-11-2010, 02:49 PM
He is emphatic in his opposition to the Health care bill. For now that is enough.

I was not impressed with him either but being against the health care bill is a major plus. Plus, if he comes out as a fire breathing conservative in this liberal state, he would not stand a chance of getting elected. Have to take baby steps here.

AmPat
01-11-2010, 02:54 PM
I was not impressed with him either but being against the health care bill is a major plus. Plus, if he comes out as a fire breathing conservative in this liberal state, he would not stand a chance of getting elected. Have to take baby steps here.

Correct. He needs to take a page from the DIMWITocRAT's playbook and mask his true nature until he is elected.

megimoo
01-11-2010, 03:15 PM
I was not impressed with him either but being against the health care bill is a major plus. Plus, if he comes out as a fire breathing conservative in this liberal state, he would not stand a chance of getting elected. Have to take baby steps here.At any rate it's certainly a step in the right direction .Kennedy was a traitor to his class just taking his Senate seat away from the Mass_Hole liberals is worth anything.

When and if The Scabs lose that seat there will be 'mass suicides in Cambridge and Harvard 'K' school will be in 'Sackcloth and Ashes' flying the black flag for a month.

AlmostThere
01-11-2010, 04:41 PM
I was not impressed with him either but being against the health care bill is a major plus. Plus, if he comes out as a fire breathing conservative in this liberal state, he would not stand a chance of getting elected. Have to take baby steps here.
I'm afraid that his positions will never be more "Republican" than they are right now. If by some chance he does win, I'd bet good money he'll drift more and more to the left in order to get reelected. We're talking about Massachusetts here. No matter what happens to this country, Mass. isn't gonna keep a real conservative in the Senate. These are the same people who kept Ted Kennedy in the Senate for 47 years. :rolleyes:

megimoo
01-11-2010, 08:14 PM
I'm afraid that his positions will never be more "Republican" than they are right now. If by some chance he does win, I'd bet good money he'll drift more and more to the left in order to get reelected. We're talking about Massachusetts here. No matter what happens to this country, Mass. isn't gonna keep a real conservative in the Senate. These are the same people who kept Ted Kennedy in the Senate for 47 years. :rolleyes:
Massachusetts is where the Liberals breed.They swim up the Charles river and spawn at Harvard.If you spend the time to look every Big time liberal Progressive,Maoists with the exception of Slow Boat Kerry graduated from Harvard law or Harvard 'K' School.

Harvard is where they 'inject' the progressive 'poison' that makes them into anti American socialists and treasonous Constitution haters.

Not all succumb to the liberal indoctrination,an occasional Quasi Conservative filters through system and escapes more or less intact of mind and soul.

Shumer,Frank,Kennedy(His father paid big bucks for his sheepskin after he was kicked out for cheating).Kennedy's father had to fund the entire school of government to get Vast Teddy's name included with his graduation class .If they Are big time liberals,You name it,they graduated from Harvard.Even that fool Al Franken has a BA in Political science from Harvard.

Very wealthy Liberal parents send their sons to Harvard to have their little minds molded into the progressive thought pattern and liberal social graces.
In order to rise in the Progressive ranks of the Socialist Progressive Democrat party you must have graduated from Harvard.

Shumer,Frank,Kennedy(His father paid big bucks for his sheepskin after he was kicked out for cheating).Kennedy's father had to fund the entire school of government to get Vast Teddys name included with his graduation class .If they Are big time liberals,You name it,they graduated from Harvard.Even that fool Al Franken has a BA in Poli science from Harvard.

Very wealthy Liberal parents send their sons to Harvard to have their little minds molded into the progressive thought pattern and liberal social graces.
In order to rise in the Progressive ranks of the Socialist Progessive Democrat party you must have graduated from Harvard.

AmPat
01-11-2010, 08:21 PM
Massachusetts is where the Liberals breed.They swim up the Charles river and spawn at Harvard.If you spend the time to look every Big time liberal Progressive,Maoists with the exception of Slow Boat Kerry graduated from Harvard law or Harvard 'K' School.Then they swim farther upriver where they have just enough time to infect the population of neighboring states with liberitas Infectus. A quarantine should have been imposed before the virus spread.