Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Apparently that part of her pledge to support the Constitution from enemies foreign and domestic doesn't apply when the enemy is a Democrat?
Sunday, February 28, 2010
TEA Party groups have sprung up all over the country attacking local, state and national political issues everyday. The TEA Party PAC of USA announces a national coalition of eTEA Parties. While it is important to participate in Rallies in person and show the TEA Party muscle to the media and elected officials, the Internet is the medium of the 2010 show down and many people are not able to attend rallies regularly. So the TEA Party PAC of USA a national Online TEA Party Group is ready to take the TEA Party Rallies 24/7.
Live Chat, Political News, Blogs, Forums and Polls are just some of the features of the TEA Party PAC of USA's ning network.
Remember that Barack Obama, ACORN and SEIU tackled the campaign trail not with speeches, rallies or meetings, but with the Internet. TEA Party PAC of USA in ready to do the same for all Americans ready to stand up to the Big Government take over of our country.
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Friday, February 26, 2010
We've all been fighting this battle for some time now, deep in the trenches and battle scars evident. We've all been writing, posting, blogging and participating in TEA Party Protests embattled against liberal progressives and Republicans-In-Name-Only for a long time now. I've know some of you as much as 2 years now and I consider many of you my dearest friends. When I get ganged in a blog I send the word and you're there to back me; likewise I come to your aid. We've been YELLED AT, sworn at, and called every nasty name in the book from Teabagger to Racist by the fear shaken left of both parties. But, never would I think that I would have to justify my right to be called a member of the TEA Party, by some who claims to be in the TEA Party. You all know what I do here, on OAJ, SH and Clean House. You more than anyone know my record, the last thing I would do is pick a fight with a fellow dissenter because of a difference of opinion.
Until yesterday, I'd though I'd seen it all. We've had long discussions about the probable infiltrations of liberal progressives from both the GOP and the DNC. I never thought for one minute that anyone who called themselves a TEA Party member would start a fight over the work we do. I guess no matter how old and wise you become, there's always one person that will make you rethink your principles. I guess mine came yesterday when Jayne Q. Public accused me, and us, of not really being a part of the TEA Party. This just proves how crazy the country is today. Not only did she attempt to publicly attack one of our candidates, but also defamed him, us and all of the patriotic members of the TEA Party. Jayne/Erika claiming the Candidate, Frank Roche was attempting to claim an endorsement that wasn't true. Amazingly enough so many people came to our defense from our members here, OAJ, SH and even Independent Caucus a group I belong to and have worked on Mid Term Elections. So while it was a horrible experience thanks to Jayne/Erika; I took comfort to know so many of you really care enough to get involved.
I woke this morning at 4:15am unable to go back to sleep; once my mind focused my memory was jarred at the events of yesterday. So I crept into the office and opened the laptop once more to try to slide back in the trenches and read some news on the Health Care Summit. Sounds like we had some GOP Conservative stars in the Obama Kabuki Theatre. On my second pot of coffee (because I rarely actually drink Tea) around 9 o'clock, my cell phone rang. It was one of our endorsed candidates Candidate Peter Gounares (R) from Dist 1 Alabama. Peter called to tell me how excited he was to receive the endorsement on Clean House 2010 and that he was just also endorsed by his local TEA Party group. He was most kind. He thanked me for the work we all do here, and said he has now moved into the lead in the polls. He said, "You sound tired Kim, are you doing ok?" I told him the story about Jayne/Erika and he laughed and said, "Well, I knew you were getting on the liberals nerves, but I never thought you'd get on the TEA Parties nerves." We laughed together and he said something profoundly comforting. He said, "Without people like you and your groups, I would not ever have thought in a million years I would be here."
This afternoon I have emails from Nick Popaditch (R) and John Dennis (R) saying Thanks to us too! So in the end I feel wise again. While Jayne Q Public/ Erika got her digs in for whatever it was worth, we stood tall and left her to think about her own actions rather than our actions, I guess there is still some wisdom left in this game called politics.
I guess it boils down to some great words of Thomas Jefferson who said, “I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it.”
Keep it up, we are making a difference!
Friday, January 29, 2010
"If he is willing to do the bipartisanship he talked about tonight over and over again, that gives us the possibility of working together. That has not been the case in the past... The main thing now is follow-through and working together, and accepting our ideas." The News and Observer
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WASHINGTON -- The most revealing congressional reaction following President Obama's State of the Union address came from Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina: "He sort of took us to the principal's office, didn't he?"
LINK Real Clear Politics
"While the president's call for a spending freeze is an important first step it falls woefully short of what Americans demand - a smaller, less expensive federal government. We need to move further and make actual cuts." The News and Observer
"I think the first stimulus failed, and I think any second stimulus will fail as well. This speech was a redo of 2009... There were some good ideas - having some smart investment in work force through support of community colleges and hacing good trade policy that helps American workers." The News and Observer
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"He in a good-humored way, had a few words to say to our Republican colleagues. He said, 'NO may be good short-term politics, but it's not good leadership.' I think he was talking about both sides." The News and Observer
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"The recovery isn't real until Americans are back at work. We also must be able to tell families, 'You will never again be denied health insurance,' and we must ensure that Wall Street and financial institutions are held accountable." The News and Observer
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"He is serious about tackling this deficit problem... Investment in small business is critical to moving jobs... And the freeze on non-defense discretionary spending is an area that is extremely important." The News and Observer
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