Sir, I saw your article about the Day of Infamy, and to be honest I am pretty sure the Republican Party is no longer worth salvaging ["Dec. 16: A date that should live in infamy"]. I think any further effort spent on it is like beating a dead horse.
They haven’t the spine of a jellyfish, and the only one who could communicate (Reagan) is dead. I will look to the Constitution, Southern and Libertarian Party, or hopefully a combination thereof. I think we should have pledge drives now for membership, ballot presence and to create war chests in preparation for the 2 ... continue reading »
With all the talk of secession, the withdrawing from the Union, it occurred to me – who are the real secessionists and who are the loyalists?
What is the foundation, the basis of the Union? Is it not the Constitution and its Bill of Rights? This is what all representatives swear to protect and defend from all enemies foreign and domestic.
Therefore, when a representative or anyone who is hired by those representatives does not execute their obligation and duty to protect and defend the Constitution, who has withdrawn, who has seceded from this Union?
If the Constitution was set up to limit the power of the federal go ... continue reading »
At this point, I have to agree that the ruin likely caused by a sudden stop in federal borrowing is better than the alternative. But I’ve worked in a senator’s mailroom – Specter’s, actually, back when he wore an R – and don’t think the mass mailings will have any effect. What your readers should expect is that postcards will show up in mailbins, which their congressmen will never see and which will be reported only as “we got a lot of identical letters from that debt guy’s mass mailing campaign, mostly from people outside y ... continue reading »
I saw your articles about voter fraud in the 2012 presidential election. I am outraged.
I have emailed every congressional representative and have received no responses. The media have again ignored us in order to support their liberal agenda. I am outraged that nothing seems to be investigated.
We seem to have adopted an “Oh well, maybe next time” attitude. That is not acceptable for the USA.
We are now divided more than ever. If you study the election results by county, it is evident that small sectors in the USA are controlling the rest of us. Large concentrations of “blue” areas in the swing ... continue reading »
With the recent talk of secession, I wonder if a description of “Flyover State of America” (FSA) and its viability would make the discussion more realistic to those who might contemplate it.
I suspect that over 30 states (including Alaska) might ultimately join. Those that wouldn’t join (Northeast and mid-Atlantic states, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and the West Coast would be in the minority. Oil, agriculture, manufacturing and most of the technology centers would remain within the FSA. I suspect that southern Ohio, Illinois and California (around San Diego) would wish to b ... continue reading »
We now know the price for Gov. Christie stabbing Romney in the back during the famous Christie/Obama tour of the Sandy destruction – Christie wants reimbursed 100 percent by FEMA for emergency costs due to Sandy.
Thirty pieces of silver sure have inflated in value.