Saturday, August 29, 2009

REVOLUTION BREWING - August 28 Sacramento Tea Party

Here it comes big government and statists. The power will shift back from the corrupt institutions to the people. Give up your struggle to dominate and control "We the People."

Friday, August 28, 2009

"Stand Up" Tea Party Song

By Bruce Bellott, who has been chosen to sing this song at 9-12 Tea Party Rally in DC.
Last line, "... help us throw all the bums out"

Friday, August 21, 2009

Interesting ... a Car Lotto

Here's how the National Car-Lotto works: $1 tickets are sold nationwide every week. We take the average price of every model sold by GM, Ford, and Chrysler-say that is $25,000, with taxes, tag, dealer fees and extended warranties included. For every 25,000 tickets sold, one lucky winner gets the American-made car of his or her choice with all the additional fees covered and no tax liability until they sell or trade their win. 

With an advertising blitz on radio, TV, newspapers and the web, our big three could raffle off thousands of cars every week-30,000 cars is a reasonable goal, each one paid in full upfront with the lotto money. 

Everybody wins! Consumers get the car of their choice-a youngster in school might want a Ford Focus, someone else a Chrysler Sebring convertible, a family of five, a GM Hybrid Yukon. Regardless, each car comes fully loaded! The American public-not the White House-decides which manufacturers survive and thrive.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Tea Party Brooks Bros. Brigade (Photo)

The uber-leftists are labeling the average American Tea Party citizens who show up at August Congressional "Town Hell" meetings as the Brooks Bros. Brigade.

Here is photographic proof that these citizens who are opposed to government takeover of health care do not regularly shop at Brooks Bros.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Common sense health care solutions from Pawlenty

Full transcript from Fox News, July 28, 2008.

Greta Van Susteren interviewing Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-MN)

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, so you tell Congress, you know, Dump this one. What's your suggestion? What would you like to see happen, Governor?

PAWLENTY: Greta, there's a number of common sense things that we could do on a bipartisan basis to move this country forward on much-needed health care reform. They include these things. First of all, let's get rid of junk lawsuits and make sure we have medical malpractice reform. That will save some money.

Number two, let's ban or prohibit people from ruling out people from being insured because of preexisting conditions. Let's make sure we have insurance that's portable, that you can take it from job to job or circumstance to circumstance. Let's incentivize e-prescribing and e- medical records to create efficiency. Let's create pay-for-performance, rather than pay for volumes of procedure. If you pay for volumes of procedure, you're going to get more procedures.

Let's fix our tax code so that if you buy insurance individually, you're not at a disadvantage compared to people who buy it through their employment circumstance. Let's allow people to buy insurance across state lines or form risk pools across state lines, and much more.

But everybody should at least be able to agree on those things, and they would save a lot of money. That would be real reform.

Liberty Spuds says, "When leftists say the right does not offer any plans or solutions ... well, you've now been informed."

Why the left is going bonkers this August

This short article reveals why the leftists are rapidly losing the government takeover of health care debate.

Click here

The strategic work-around against the Alinsky-type community organizer tactic is not to have a "leader" to vilify, then isolate. (See Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh for example.)

In an earlier post, back in March, I expounded upon this natural occurring tactic.

Click here

Another Congressman get the "Silent No More" treatment from voters

In this video, U.S. Rep. Tim Bishop (D-NY) holds a townhall meeting in Setauket, NY. Tea Party protesters sternly address their congressman and his support for massive gov't expansion. As you watch this short video, U.S. Senator Dirk Durbin's shameful Alinsky-type quote that these protesters are "hired by big insurance" is debunked.

I am getting reports that during this August recess some congresscritters are not holding ANY open meetings during the break. More on that later ...