I am simply amazed at the ignorance of those in DC who can see the train wreck our economy has become and still they stand by and watch it happen. Barack Hussein Obama increased spending by 25% in the past two years, which included 700B in discretionary spending and yet We The People are supposed to get excited about 38.5B dollars? which we now find out is hardly that figure at all Stop Caring What The Media Wing Of The Democrat Party Thinks Of You Mr. Boehner. I suppose all the lefty journalists and the socialist Democrats think that they can continue spending on flights of fancy like NPR and Planned Parenthood and Global Warming lies into perpetuity but the piper will be paid. That piper will be paid either by a total collapse of our Country or by future generations who will be slaves to the State. I am disgusted and ashamed of ALL the politicians in Washington DC. They have failed this Country and our children, they ought to at least give us the dignity of telling us they are picking the pockets of future generations. They will continue to do what they have always done unless we stop them. I refuse to believe that the majority of new TEA Party backed candidates are a party to this charade so I am asking my fellow Americans to send them huge numbers of like minded Constitutional Conservatives in 2012. There should 200+ Congressman Mike Pence’s as well as 20+ Senator Jim Demints or Rand Pauls to get to the root of the disease and staunch it.
The weakness of the leadership of the Republican House is evident in the numbers that Congressman John Boehner accepted. I suggest that if Congressman Boehner does not have the heart to stop the madness that We The People have been screaming for Congress and the President to do for over 2 years that he step aside for a patriot who will We Have Been Screaming STOP For Over Two Years, STOP Now. This is not a call to primary Boehner that is up to his constituents, but it is a call for all those who love this Country more then themselves to lay it all on the line for America. There will be no America as we know it for our children and grandchildren if the Congress does not stop the spending. There is not a revenue problem in DC there is a spending addiction and like all addictions this one is hurting everyone around the addict not the addict themselves. The bulk of the Senators and a large portion of the holdovers from the previous Congress will be dead when the bankruptcy comes and so they cling to their power at the expense of the future.
I don’t know when we allowed ourselves to be controlled by DC. I don’t know why we all fell asleep and thought honorable men and women would do the right thing as politicians. I do know that those politicians who have gotten us to this place and time were not honorable in hindsight they were power mad and they will not stop until We The People stop them. Our enemies could only have dreamed of taking us down as well as our elected politicians are doing from within. It has taken a long time to get here, but it will not take as long to get it right if we keep our eye on the prize of a Country that is fit for our children. I know the Media Wing of the Democrat Party will keep us second guessing that which we already know and that is that there are many more politicians to be fired and like-minded Constitutional Conservatives hired, until we get the right number of votes to turn back the tide of tyranny. We need only look to the Constitution of the United States of America and those who saw what potential this Country called America could be to get back to that which makes us great and the envy of the world.
“But with respect to future debt; would it not be wise and just for that nation to declare in the constitution they are forming that neither the legislature, nor the nation itself can validly contract more debt, than they may pay within their own age, or within the term of 19 years.”
Thomas Jefferson, September 6, 1789
“Love your neighbor as yourself and your country more than yourself.”
Thomas Jefferson, letter to Thomas Jefferson Smith, February 21, 1825
“The same prudence which in private life would forbid our paying our own money for unexplained projects, forbids it in the dispensation of the public moneys”.
Thomas Jefferson, letter to Shelton Gilliam, June 19, 1808