• 87 Was A Good Start, But Not Good Enough!

    The only thing we won in the Debt Debate is a clear list of those we need to replace in Congress, as soon as possible.

    Face it, our country has been working with a fraudulent credit rating for years.  All of the rating companies ignored the unrelenting growth of our government, and even helped perpetrate the fraud by keeping the rating up while they knew we were packaging worthless bank loans into “derivitives,” giving their stamp of approval to Barney Frank and Chris Dodds  expediting the collapse of the real estate market.

    We came close to starting to solve our problem, but certain Republicans have got to be removed to make further progress. As soon as we can, Tom Coburn must be removed. He was ready to violate our promises to veterans, claiming billions could be saved by taking away their promised health care benefits. For that suggestion alone, he should be immediately recalled.  1) http://news.yahoo.com/american-legion-slams-veteran-unfriendly-coburn-proposal-cut-202104518.html



    Mitch McConell, he of the “give my responsibility to anyone else but me” form of government, suggested giving all responsibility to a new, unconstitutional “super congress,” rather than stand his ground for what is right.



    John McCain, the biggest fraud and liar in the Republican party, and the largest obstacle in the way of the Tea Party, proved once again he deserved to lose the Presidential election. It would be a close call as to who would actually have done more damage to the US, obama on his course now, or McCain and his lies. Of course, McCain supported McConnells attempts to screw Americans.


    At least obama didn’t know how to keep his outrageous mendacities covered up as well as McCain, which allowed us to see how terrible he is for the country, leading to these public fights. McCain would have already given us open borders and more criminals invading America.

    Every republican, every politician, who voted for this debt deal, which is another big government fraud and will cost us another 2.4 trillion dollars with nothing to show for it but the gutting of the defense department when the dems refuse to cut anything and the “trigger” is pulled, should be “primaried” and voted out. They need to be called out for the con they just pulled on the American people. They are like a roving “three-card monte” street game on a table in NYC. They just suckered us again, and now they have folded up their table and are moving on to the next suckers down the block. Unfortunately, every block they contaminate with their liberalism and theft hurts more Americans.

    87  House republicans was a good start. Did they all vote “no?” If not, add them to the unemployment lines next election.

    While we’re at it, we need to fire anyone claiming a problem with, “political purity.” Our government has been purely progressive for many years. We don’t want “bi-partisanship” from our representatives. We want them to stand on our American principles, and get the government out of our way.