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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Tea Party on the Rise

Is a third Party on it's way? Can the Republican Party embrace this political phenomenon? Are the Republican leaders going to start listening to the concerns of the people? This movement is on the rise and the leadership of the Republican Party better wake up.

Instead of embracing this grass roots movement the leadership of the GOP is thinking up ways to defeat them and this is going to cost them. These are hard working Americans united against what they see as a Party who has left them. They did not bolt from the party but instead are being slowly shunned out.

Republicans better realize that they cannot win elections without the support of this wing of the GOP. Past elections have proved this time and time again. Whenever we run on Conservative principles the victory has been overwhelming. Just take a look back at the Reagan Revolution as well as the days when Newt Gingrich and his Contract with America changed the political landscape of this country.

Those days are long gone and the present leadership of the GOP is slowly destroying those gains. They have taken the Party of Reagan to a party with no new ideas, no leadership and no principles.

There is not much difference between the two major parties today. Both parties refuse to listen to the concerns of ordinary Americans. We are fed up and will elect politicians who will be willing to stand on principles and abide by the Constitution.

We need term limits in this country in order to get rid of these career politicians who stand in the way and are there to enrich themselves without any regards to the wishes of the masses.

If the Republican Party and it's leadership had any brains they would welcome this new leadership with open arms as they may hold the key to it's very survival.

Please comment and let me know your thoughts.

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  1. The reality is that Barack Obama has been a marginalized president for over six months. He will be unable to sign into law any serious domestic bills. He has been tied up with his idiotic healthcare bill for over 6 months now, it this don't get passes and it looks as if it won't (lets hope it won't) Obama is going to be in a lot of trouble. The biggest indication I’ve seen so far that the ObamaCare/ReidCare/PelosiCare bill is dying swiftly is when Reid switched from debate on it to another pork-laden appropriations bill. The logical conclusion is that Reid didn’t have the 60 votes, or else he would have called for a vote on the healthcare bill.

    It’s possible that he’s trying to use the appropriations bill to bribe wobbling Dems, but it’s equally likely that this pivot away from the health care bill is just because Reid can’t pass it now and it’s looking more and more like he won’t be able to at any time in the future.

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  2. You could not be more right. I no longer consider myself a Republican. They have become the party of say one thing do another. They are in many ways taking us down the same path as the Democrats, just a little slower. If they do not wake up they will go the way of the Wigs.


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