NOWAY will WE be quiet! We will not go into that good night without a fight.
We are AMERICANS and as such, will fight for the promise of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness as described in our founding documents!
NO, We are NOT terrorists, mobs, nor “Un-American”. We will fight back and stand up to the outrageous arrogance being displayed by our POORLY elected PUBLIC officials, their admin, and look forward with glee at their disgrace with the coming elections!! (they will soon recall what the word “public” means)
Pelosi I would love to go toe to toe with you on that astrotuff you refer too. Just name the day and time and I will be there!!! Stilettos are optional.
In the mean time, let us listen to the following videos. I agree with the woman that wrote this letter and feel she speaks for most of us and helps explain the anger we are witnessing at the town hall meetings. Poor little Socialist think this is only about Obamacare. ….how shortsighted of them as this goes back much further than that. Americans are TIRED, so very TIRED of the lying, two faced public officials that have no honor and refuse to be held accountable to We The People.
“Democrats, bloodied over their attempt to force health care ‘reform’ on Americans, are looking more unreasonable and hysterical by the day. This isn’t healthy for the republic. Their increasing anxiety and fear of failure are typified in the words of the leader of their party, who wants Republicans to keep their mouths shut while he ‘fixes’ health care. ‘I don’t want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking,’ the president said Thursday at a political rally in Virginia. ‘I want them to get out of the way so we can clean up the mess.’
So much for the promises of bipartisan lawmaking. So much for open discussion. So much for understanding who really caused the ‘mess’ in the first place. Like Al Gore claiming the debate about global warming is over, the White House simply wants to shut down dialogue over who controls more than one-seventh of the economy. … Truth is, there’s nothing more American than revolting against heavy-handed authority, be it a long train of abuses from a king or the lawmaking of elected officials with strong authoritarian urges.
This is a nation founded on independence, and there is a large portion of it that wants to retain that priceless heritage. This seems to confuse some lawmakers. … Voters’ deep anger is justifiable. They have every right to disrupt and shout down public figures who, as the protesters can be heard chanting, work for them.
A dispute is not a mere difference of opinion that can and should be discussed in a civil manner, but a fundamental question of who is in charge of peoples’ lives. We are not advocating violence, though coercive government is at its core violent as the state is required to resort to force to ensure that its directives aren’t violated. But we do support our fellow citizens’ right to express their rage at an injustice, particularly if it makes lawmakers uncomfortable.
Shouldn’t Americans bristle when their independence is threatened, when a federal official, in this case White House deputy chief of staff Jim Messina, says party leaders ‘will punch back twice as hard’ when voters merely show their displeasure? The freedom the protesters are defending can sometimes be messy and imperfect. A lack of freedom, however, is eternally oppressive. It is an unrelenting prison that poisons the human spirit, even when cloaked in allegedly humane programs such as government-run health care.” —Investors’ Business Daily
IDIOT QUOTE of the DAY
“It is critically important that Congress act [to increase the federal debt limit] before the limit is reached so that citizens and investors here and around the world can remain confident that the United States will always meet its obligations.” –Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (So increasing our debt will increase confidence about our ability to meet obligations?)
Common Sense Quote from a founding father
“Honor, justice, and humanity, forbid us tamely to surrender that freedom which we received from our gallant ancestors, and which our innocent posterity have a right to receive from us. We cannot endure the infamy and guilt of resigning succeeding generations to that wretchedness which inevitably awaits them if we basely entail hereditary bondage on them.” –Thomas Jefferson