2010 commitment and beyond, 2010 elections beginning not end
Phil, from The Right Side of Life, and I have been in regular contact for several years. He has done a great job of covering eligibility lawsuits and other topics. He has a new article up about commitment.
“The question: Do you really want change? As in, honest-to-goodness change towards freedom and liberty for individual rights?
To be perfectly honest, through the end of 2009 and the first part of 2010, while I have supported the proposition of the Tea Party movement, I questioned its ability (and presently still do) to truly effect change in the body politic. Granted, when the likes of Senator Arlen Specter got “primaried” in Pennsylvania’s voting (there have been other poignant examples; this just happens to be the key point I could think of at the moment), I began to realize that this Tea Party thing truly meant business and wasn’t a huge fad; but can it keep it up?”
“Are you really ready to make that kind of commitment to America? It’s not just about one election; after all, modern liberalism in all of its forms has been building the welfare/nanny state over the past several decades. You do realize that it’s going to take more than one election to turn things back towards individual freedom and liberty for the American society, yes?”
“Oh, you thought that politics and religion were mutually exclusive? Then you’ll have to ask yourself why the American founding fathers decided to invoke the Creator in the Declaration of Independence.”
“Please realize that this year’s election is but one step on the journey of a thousand miles. And those with whom we disagree are not going to go away silently into the proverbial night. They are going to fight at least as strongly against those who believe in individual freedom and liberty as we (hopefully) will be fighting towards that end.
Are you willing to make that kind of commitment beyond 2010?”
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Tagged 2010, 2010 commitment and beyond, 2010 elections beginning not end, Citizen Wells open thread, July 30
Sheryl Crow uneducated comments, Tea party movement, Elitist remarks
From a Katie Couric interview in Glamour Magazine.
“KATIE COURIC: What do you think of the Tea Party movement? Because that is the specific sort of group of people who would say we’re out there, we’re getting involved in the process and—
SHERYL CROW: I think our system is broken in ways that can’t be fixed at this moment until we get some kind of campaign finance reform and we get people in office who—I think perhaps everybody starts off in office being altruistic and thinking they’re going to make big changes, and then they see the big dollars coming in. I don’t know what it is at the most fundamental level that…you know, what’s first, the chicken or the egg? But I appreciate the fact that those people are out there and that they are fired up.
My main concern is that it’s really fear-based. What’s coming out of the Tea Party most often, especially if you go onto YouTube, and you see some of the interviews with these people who really don’t even know what the issues are, they’re just swept up in the fear of it and the anger of it. They’re not sure what they’re angry at; they don’t understand what’s happening on Wall Street. They haven’t educated themselves, but they’re just pissed off. And I understand that, I’m pissed off too. But knowledge is power, and anything less than that when it comes to anger can be dangerous.”
To: Sheryl Crow
From: Citizen Wells
Your comments are elitist and you accuse others of what you are guilty of. Not being educated. If you really want to get out of your comfort zone, contact me and ask questions and seek the truth.
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Greensboro NC, Tax Day Tea Party, April 15, 2010
Here are some of the first photos from the Greensboro, NC Tax Day Tea Party, April 15, 2010. The Tea Party is still going strong as I write this. There was a large enthusiastic crowd. The last photo below is of a Romanian immigrant who is now a US Citizen and small business owner. Her speech was inspiring and will be presented in a Youtube video soon.
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District 24 Florida, US Congress, WDBO Orlando
From WDBO, Orlando FL, February 23, 2010.
“It’s a crowded field in District 24″
Paul Partyka (D) partykaforcongress.com Ex-Winter Springs Mayor & Commercial Realtor
Sandy Adams (R) sandyadams.com State Rep., Sheriff’s Office Investigator & USAF Veteran
Sean Campbell (R) voteseancampbell.com Businessman, GOP Activist & ’08 State Rep. Nominee
Jason Davis (R) Computer Store Owner, Gulf War Veteran & ’08 Candidate Ed Dedelow (R) dedelowforcongress.com Accountant, Author & Tea Party Activist
Karen Diebel (R) karendiebel.com Winter Park City Commissioner & Businesswoman
Jim Foster (R) jimfosterforcongress.com Businessman
Tom Garcia (R) garcia4congress.com Airline Pilot & Navy Veteran
Jim “Heinie” Heinzelman (R) heinie2010.com Small Business Consultant & Coach Specializing In Increasing Cash Flow & Bottom Lines
Suzanne Kosmas (D) http://kosmasforcongress.com/ Incumbent Congresswoman, Former State Legislator
Deon Long (R) deonlong.com/ Attorney & GOP Activist
Chad MacInnes (R) chadmacinnes.com/ Army Veteran & Ron Paul Campaign Activist
Craig Miller (R) No website currently available
Mike Pompura (R) pompuraenterprisesfl.web.officelive.com Technology Consultant & Army Veteran
Bob Robey (R) bobrobeyforcongress.com Businessman, Software Engineer & USAF Veteran
Nicholas Ruiz III (Green) intertheory.org/nriiiforcongress2010.html Author
Larry Sinclair (Independent) larrysinclair4congress.com Author & Convicted Felon
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Mount Vernon Statement, February 17, 2010.
THE MOUNT VERNON STATEMENT
A STATEMENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
We recommit ourselves to the ideas of the American Founding. Through the Constitution, the Founders created an enduring framework of limited government based on the rule of law. They sought to secure national independence, provide for economic opportunity, establish true religious liberty and maintain a flourishing society of republican self-government.
These principles define us as a country and inspire us as a people. They are responsible for a prosperous, just nation unlike any other in the world. They are our highest achievements, serving not only as powerful beacons to all who strive for freedom and seek self-government, but as warnings to tyrants and despots everywhere.
Each one of these founding ideas is presently under sustained attack. In recent decades, America’s principles have been undermined and redefined in our culture, our universities and our politics. The self-evident truths of 1776 have been supplanted by the notion that no such truths exist. The federal government today ignores the limits of the Constitution, which is increasingly dismissed as obsolete and irrelevant.
Some insist that America must change, cast off the old and put on the new. But where would this lead — forward or backward, up or down? Isn’t this idea of change an empty promise or even a dangerous deception?
The change we urgently need, a change consistent with the American ideal, is not movement away from but toward our founding principles. At this important time, we need a restatement of Constitutional conservatism grounded in the priceless principle of ordered liberty articulated in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
The conservatism of the Declaration asserts self-evident truths based on the laws of nature and nature’s God. It defends life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It traces authority to the consent of the governed. It recognizes man’s self-interest but also his capacity for virtue.
The conservatism of the Constitution limits government’s powers but ensures that government performs its proper job effectively. It refines popular will through the filter of representation. It provides checks and balances through the several branches of government and a federal republic.
A Constitutional conservatism unites all conservatives through the natural fusion provided by American principles. It reminds economic conservatives that morality is essential to limited government, social conservatives that unlimited government is a threat to moral self-government, and national security conservatives that energetic but responsible government is the key to America’s safety and leadership role in the world.
A Constitutional conservatism based on first principles provides the framework for a consistent and meaningful policy agenda.
It applies the principle of limited government based on the rule of law to every proposal.
It honors the central place of individual liberty in American politics and life.
It encourages free enterprise, the individual entrepreneur, and economic reforms grounded in market solutions.
It supports America’s national interest in advancing freedom and opposing tyranny in the world and prudently considers what we can and should do to that end.
It informs conservatism’s firm defense of family, neighborhood, community, and faith.
If we are to succeed in the critical political and policy battles ahead, we must be certain of our purpose. We must begin by retaking and resolutely defending the high ground of America’s founding principles.
February 17th, 2010
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