This is what happens when you vote in a batch of liberal progressives.Never ending Government attacks on our freedoms.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Bill of Rights for High School Students

From: panidi

So I was checking the discussion board postings for a graduate class I am taking and found that one of the other students in the course once again pissed me off with his apparent liberalism. (the guy plans on going into administration and has barely taught. His educational career includes teaching a course in Human Services at Sojourner Douglas College in DC...can we say majorly liberal and racial school? as well as teaching Math, language arts, and computer at a private school and public school...teaching experience, albeit limited in reality, is 4 years...oh and his BS is in Ministry and has a Masters in Theological Studies).

The question posed was which was more important: the individual rights of the students and teachers or the schools need for structure and discipline. This particular student felt that the individual rights were paramount and that schools had no right to violate the Constitution in any way (and he plans on being an administrator...heaven help us).

Technically, The United States Supreme Court has for years been clear that school administrators have the right to restrict constitutional rights in order to keep students safe when they are at school. The Court has held on many occasions that because students are in the care of the school during school days, schools can take the steps necessary to maintain safety and order. This means that schools can impose restrictions that would not be necessarily be constitutional when applied to adults in general. Schools have been allowed to restrict First Amendment rights to free speech and press, the Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches; and, of course, the Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.

Sorry, I digress. At any rate, while looking up all my materials to blast him (had to make sure I had proper APA format in my references) I happened upon this satirical Bill of Rights for High School Students on newsvine.com and thought it was hilarious so decided to share it with you. The scary thing is that there are very liberal educators who might think this was really appropriate.

So either enjoy or be really scared (kind of depends on how you want to look at it)....dianna

Bill of Rights for High School Students.

Amendment I
The Administration shall make no rule respecting the establishment of a code of dress prohibiting the free choice of items of clothing to be worn, or of the right to dine in classrooms.

Amendment II
Being necessary to receive important incoming calls, text friends, and take photographs, the right of the students to keep and bear cellular telephones shall not be infringed.

Amendment III
No security guard shall, in time of school hours, be quartered in any classroom, without the consent of the a two-thirds majority of the students in that classroom.

Amendment IV
The right of the students to be secure in their persons, lockers, papers, diaries, backpacks, and iPods against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.

Amendment V
No student shall be held to answer for any misbehavior — including but not limited to tardiness, cutting class, dissing a teacher or administrator, defacing school property, or just generally being a pest — unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury of his peers; nor shall any student be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of disciplinary action; nor shall be compelled in any disciplinary proceeding to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, snack food, or iPod, without due process of law.

Amendment VI
In all disciplinary prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of peers of his grade level; to be confronted with the witnesses who seek to rat him out; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of his parents for his defense.

Amendment VII
Whereas this is the Seventh Amendment and that the number Seven is inherently lucky, the Administration shall make no rule infringing upon the rights of students to play games of chance, including but not limited to craps, blackjack, poker, spin-the-bottle, and Three-card Monte.

Amendment VIII
Excessive punctuality shall not be required, nor excessive homework imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments such as being sent to the principal's office inflicted.

Amendment IX
The enumeration in the school constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the students. (We have no concept whatsoever of what this might mean but it sounds like a good idea.)

Amendment X
The powers not delegated to the schoolteachers and administrators are reserved to the students.

Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. ~U.S. Constitution


Thursday, January 28, 2010


John Smith started the day early having set his alarm clock (MADE IN JAPAN ) for 6 am.

While his coffeepot (MADE IN CHINA )

was perking, he shaved with his electric razor (MADE IN HONG KONG )

He put on a dress shirt (MADE IN SRI LANKA ),

designer jeans (MADE IN SINGAPORE )

and tennis shoes (MADE IN KOREA)

After cooking his breakfast in his new electric skillet (MADE IN INDIA )

he sat down with his calculator (MADE IN MEXICO )

to see how much he could spend today. After setting his watch (MADE IN TAIWAN )

to the radio (MADE IN INDIA )

he got in his car (MADE IN GERMANY )

filled it with GAS (from Saudi Arabia )

and continued his search for a good paying AMERICAN JOB.

At the end of yet another discouraging and fruitless day checking his Computer (made in MALAYSIA ),

John decided to relax for a while.

He put on his sandals (MADE IN BRAZIL ),

poured himself a glass of wine(MADE IN FRANCE )

and turned on his TV (MADE IN INDONESIA ),

and then wondered why he can't find a good paying job in AMERICA



Sunday, January 24, 2010

THANK YOU Mr. 0bama!

Thank goodness the economy is improving at such a fast rate

per President Gibbs.

In NV the unemployment rate is at 13.1%


NEW YORK - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said Sunday it is cutting more than 10,000 jobs at Sam's Club, representing about 9 percent of the warehouse club operator's staff, as it outsources its product-sampling department to marketing company Shopper Events and eliminates another unit.

"Our demos can be a competitive advantage and we want to take this member experience to the next level," said Sam's Club CEO Brian Cornell in a memo to staffers.

Employees were told the news at mandatory meetings on Sunday morning.

The company also cut its new business membership representative positions, affecting about 2 staffers per store.

"We have found that we can more effectively drive membership through targeted member acquisition events and by increasing our partner membership programs," Cornell said.

"I feel betrayed," said Sally Grueling, 56, who had worked at Sam's Club for nine years, most recently in Hilliard, Ohio as a new business membership representative.

Shopper Events, based in Rogers, Ark., currently works with Wal-Mart's namesake stores on in-store demonstrations.

In the memo, Cornell said Shopper Events would hire "roughly the same number of people" cut and workers are invited to apply for those positions.

Earlier this month, Wal-Mart closed 10 Sam's Club stores, resulting in about 1,500 jobs being lost.

Sam's Club employs about 110,000 people.

Saturday, January 23, 2010


Dr. Jack Wheeler - HALF-FULL REPORT 01/22/10

He mentions my National Precinct Alliance! This is GREAT. His newsletter goes to thousands and then most recipients (like me) send it out to their lists!!!!

To The Point News - HALF-FULL REPORT 01/22/10

The obvious news headline for the week is:


Yes, I know just what this means and how vulgar it is. Nevertheless, it is the irresistibly appropriate response to the deluge of disgusting vileness we have been subjected to by the Democrat Party, the OPM Obama Propaganda Media, and the Moonbat Hate America Left.

Democrat Chuck Schumer - a United States Senator - publicly calls Scott Brown a "far-right teabagger." MSNBC loudmouth Ed Schultz announces on his national radio show (1/16) that "I'd cheat to keep these bastards (Scott Brown and other conservatives) out" of power. Radical lunatic talk show host Mike Malloy denounces the voters of Massachusetts for electing "a theocratic madman as senator," and tells his audience that Hannity, Limbaugh & O'Reilly were the ones who really "bombed your goddamn country" on 9/11.

Ultimate moonbat Keith Olbermann proclaims on MSNBC national television that Scott Brown is an "irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees."

Well, sorry, schmucks. You all just got teabagged by America.

Please, froth at the mouth all you want in hysterical anger and rage. The more you do, the more we enjoy the spectacle. And the easier it is to keep teabagging you. Anyone skilled at streetfighting knows the first objective is to get the opponent to lose his temper, for then they can't think straight and can be taken down easily.

It's even better, of course, if you have a number of opponents whom you can get to fight among themselves instead of you. How this will play out in the wake of this week's Mass-acre was adumbrated last week in The Coming Democrat Implosion. (Note, e.g., the prediction that Dems would start attacking Zero is already coming true.

The implosion has begun. Pelosi Galore abandoned her strut of arrogance yesterday (1/21) and admitted she doesn't have the votes for the Senate bill, whereupon Drudge ran the banner headline: The Day Health Care Died.

The real Messiah could raise the dead, but the false one can't. ObamaCare is a crispy critter, and Zero will be unable to resurrect it. In fact, as Congressional Dems tear themselves apart and flee for the exits, Zero's entire legislative agenda is going down in flames. Relish the moment. Sunrise in America.

Yet there are other moments to enjoy, for this has been an amazing week for freedom.

This week, Cap & Trade glowarmer legislation froze to death in the Himalayas. On the heels of Climategate, which revealed that all the computer models predicting warming are based on fraudulent data - GIGO, garbage in/garbage out - now comes Glaciergate.

The 2007 report on warming that won the IPCC (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change of the UN) the Nobel Peace Prize that it shared with Algore claimed that the glaciers of the Himalayas would melt away by 2035. The evidence for this turns out to be one interview with one Indian glaciologist with New Scientist magazine (no peer-reviewed journal, this) - and who says he said no such thing.

Buckling under all these scandals, the UN on Tuesday (1/19) abandoned its deadline for countries to declare what CO2 emissions cuts they promised to make. This effectively terminates any possibility for a "climate change treaty" via which beggar countries get to shake down Western countries for putting all that CO2 in the air.

It also terminates the Dems' Cap & Trade - and Zero's attempt to force it via EPA regulation. Lisa Murkowski's S.J. 26 blocking EPA rules on CO2 as a "pollutant" was announced yesterday (1/21) and already has 39 sponsors, three of whom are Dems (see the link for the co-sponsor list). Soon the EPA will be outgunned.

What other great advance for freedom took place this week? Why, the resurrection of the First Amendment from the ashes of McCain-Feingold by the Supreme Court. The Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision yesterday (1/21) was 5-4, with Anthony Kennedy providing its basis:

"If the First Amendment has any force, it prohibits jailing citizens for engaging in political speech."

You know this is a fabulous pro-freedom decision when the entire phalanx of Fascist Dems screams in denunciation. Their protests, like Zero's or Chuck Schumer's saying it gives a "green light for special interests," are simply hilarious - because they've provided nothing but a green light to unions and lefty outfits set up by George Soros.

Further, because of the ban - now lifted by SCOTUS - on direct corporate campaign spending, companies had to hire expensive lobbyists who were former staffers of pols like Schumer, and donate generously to the pols to protect themselves from legislative threats.

This Washington Shakedown game no longer works as it did with companies now free to express their political views directly. Companies are actually free now to be pro-business, while the power of Dem demagogues like Schumer is severely weakened. Just how weakened can be seen by charismatic economist Larry Kudlow of CNBC fame on the verge of challenging Schumer who is up for election in November.

Just how bad will November be for the Dems? Look at this analysis of 2010 Senate races by election prognosticator Larry Sabato. If the election were held today, he judges that the Republicans would have a net gain of seven seats. Add to this that Gillibrand in NY, the Dem replacement for Dodd in CT, Boxer in CA, and now even Schumer may be in grave jeopardy.

Of course, the election is not today but more than nine months away. That's a political eternity. More than time enough for Republican wimps to blow it. Which brings us to Tea Partyers.

These folks easily have the capacity to ruin any rescue from Dem tyranny in November by trying to form a third party. It's hard to imagine anything more stupid and self-destructive than this. Thankfully, it's what they are not doing.

Instead, indications are the TeaPartyers are doing exactly what they should be doing - which is taking over the Republican Party from the ground up. TeaPartyers have launched the National Precinct Alliance enabling them to control the GOP at the precinct level. Co-Founder Tony Warren says, "The mantra: take the precinct, take the state, take the party - and force it to run conservative candidates instead of RINOs."

This is awesome - and it's only half of the pie the TeaPartyers are baking. The other half is not demanding down-the-line conservative political purity for every candidate, as evinced by their massive support for Scott Brown.

Brown is as conservative as you could get and still be electorally viable in Mass. Which means, for a key example, he calls himself "pro-choice," while nonetheless wanting to ban partial birth abortion. That's smart of him and smart of TeaPartyers to support him on it. Getting this sort of baby murder to be a crime is politically doable - so that's where you start.

If the TeaPartyers can stay flexibly savvy like this while taking over the structure of the GOP from within, they just might enable the Republicans to avoid snatching defeat from victory.

Which brings us to TeaPartyers and Sarah Palin. There's this odd criticism that she's speaking at a "controversial" tea party convention for a hefty $100K fee while blowing off speaking at the annual gathering of conservatives in Washington at CPAC.

It's odd because of the anti-capitalist bias of the criticism. RedState's Erik Erickson sniffs that the convention "smells scammy" because it's "run by a for-profit group." What is he, some kind of closet Marxist? What the hell is wrong with making money? What the hell is wrong with Sarah Palin earning money? Isn't the Tea Party phenomenon supposed to be pro-capitalist?

Maybe Erickson is miffed because he wasn't invited for free.

At any rate, here's the skinny on Palin & CPAC. CPAC is run by Dave Keene who runs ACU, the American Conservative Union. He tried to shakedown FedEx for $2 million for a lobbying campaign against the unionization of FedEx workers. Fred Smith said no thanks -- so Keene got a contract with UPS to bash its rival FedEx.

This ticked Palin off royally. She wants nothing to do with Keene -- the Jesse Jackson shakedown artist of the right.. So she turned CPAC down. Good for her.

Palin has principles - and she also has really savvy political smarts. Note how she stayed completely clear of Brown's race and didn't endorse him like she did Doug Hoffman in NY23. She knew that would hurt him in Blue Mass. Now that he won, she's free to say Hallelujah.

Note also that her plan to hit the 2010 trail is exactly the strategy The Palin Potential predicted she would adopt last July. A lot of folks in the new Republican House & Senate majority of 2011 will owe her bigtime. Only then will she start talking about 2012.

What a wonderful week. But wait - there's still more frosting on this cake. Air America Radio, the liberal answer to Rushbo and conservative talk radio, announced today (1/22) it is filing for bankruptcy and is permanently going off the air.

How much good news can you stand?

Well, how about Drudge entitling its story about Zero going to Nevada to campaign for Lost Harry Reid next month as "The Kiss of Death."

Or, as TTP's Jack Kelly jokes, the only chance Zero has to get Obamacare through Congress now is to threaten to campaign for those Democrats who oppose it.


Thursday, January 21, 2010

Forest Gump Explains Investment Banking

From the wise lips of Forrest Gump:

Mortgage Backed Securities are like boxes of chocolates. Criminals on Wall
Street stole a few chocolates from the boxes and replaced them with turds. Their
criminal buddies at Standard & Poor rated these boxes AAA Investment Grade
chocolates. These boxes were then sold all over the world to investors.
Eventually somebody bites into a turd and discovers the crime. Suddenly nobody
trusts American chocolates anymore worldwide.

Hank Paulson now wants the American taxpayers to buy up and hold all these
boxes of turd-infested chocolates for $700 billion dollars until the market for
turds returns to normal. Meanwhile, Hank’s buddies, the Wall Street criminals
who stole all the good chocolates are not being investigated, arrested or

Mama always said: “Sniff the chocolates first, Forrest.”



That's what the kid behind the counter at Taco Bell said to me. I dug into my pocket and pulled out some lint and two dimes and something that used to be a Jolly Rancher. Having already handed the kid a five-spot, I started to head back out to the truck to grab some change when the kid with the Emo hairdo said the harshest thing anyone has ever said to me. He said,

"It's OK. I'll just give you the senior citizen discount."

I turned to see who he was talking to and then heard the sound of change hitting the counter in front of me. "Only $4.68" he said cheerfully. I stood there stupefied. I am 59, not even 60 yet, a mere child! ME? A Senior Citizen?

I took my burrito and walked out to the truck wondering what was wrong with Emo. Was he blind? As I sat in the truck, my blood began to boil. Old? Me?

I'll show him, I thought. I opened the door and headed back inside. I strode to the counter, and there he was waiting with a smile. Before I could say a word, he held up something and jingled it in front of me, like I could be that easily distracted! What am I now? A toddler?

"Dude! Can't get too far without your car keys, eh?"

I stared with utter disdain at the keys. I began to rationalize in my mind.

"Leaving keys behind hardly makes a man elderly! It could happen to anyone!"

I turned and headed back to the truck. I slipped the key into the ignition, but it wouldn't turn. What now? I checked my keys and tried another. Still nothing. That's when I noticed the purple beads hanging from my rear view mirror.. I had no purple beads hanging from my rear view mirror. Then, a few other objects came into focus. The car seat in the back seat. Happy Meal toys spread all over the floorboard. A partially eaten doughnut on the dashboard.

Faster than you can say Ginkgo Bilbao, I flew out of the alien vehicle. Moments later I was speeding out of the parking lot, relieved to finally be leaving this nightmarish stop in my life. That is when I felt it, deep in the bowels of my stomach: hunger! My stomach growled and churned, and I reached to grab my burrito, only it was nowhere to be found.

I swung the truck around, gathered my courage, and strode back into the restaurant one final time. There Emo stood, draped in youth and black nail polish. All I could think was, "What is the world coming to?" All I could say was, "Did I leave my food and drink in here?" At this point I was ready to ask a Boy Scout to help me back to my vehicle, and then go straight home and apply for Social Security benefits..

Emo had no clue. I walked back out to the truck, and suddenly a young lad came up and tugged on my jeans to get my attention. He was holding up a drink and a bag. His mother explained, "I think you left this in my truck by mistake." I took the food and drink from the little boy and sheepishly apologized.

She offered these kind words: "It's OK. My grandfather does stuff like this all the time."

All of this is to explain how I got a ticket doing 85 in a 40. Yes, I was racing some punk kid in a Toyota Prius.. And "No", I told the officer, "I'm not too old to be driving this fast."

As I walked in the front door, my wife met me halfway down the hall. I handed her a bag of cold food and a $300 speeding ticket. I promptly sat in my rocking chair and covered up my legs with a blanky. The good news was I had successfully found my way home.


Just in case you weren't feeling too old today:

The people who are starting college this fall were born in 1991.

They are too young to remember the space shuttle blowing up.

Their lifetime has always included AIDS.

The CD was introduced two years before they were born.

They have always had an answering machine.

They have always had cable.

Jay Leno has always been on the Tonight Show.

Popcorn has always been microwaved.

They never took a swim and thought about Jaws.

They don't know who Mork was or where he was from.

They never heard: 'Where's the Beef?', 'I'd walk a mile for a Camel', or de plane, Boss, de plane'.

McDonald's never came in Styrofoam containers.

They don't have a clue how to use a typewriter.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Tony Opposes the Jobs for Main Street Act of 2010

Some things in life are certain: death and taxes, for instance. And when it comes to an overgrown government with a penchant for interjecting itself into every aspect of the personal lives and private businesses of the nation's citizens, it is just as certain that any new program will cost tens or hundreds of billions of dollars, while the stated target goal is likely to be missed.

And so it is with this jobs bill.

Called the "Jobs for Main Street Act of 2010" by Democrats, and referred to as the “son of stimulus” by Conservatives, the $154 billion price tag would see $75 billion from the Wall Street bailout fund shifted to yet another jobs creation plan even though unused money was supposed to help reduce the deficit. Object lesson: once government gets its hands on your money, it will be spent even if it means throwing it into the wind. More typical Big Government policy from the Socialists.

The fact remains that government cannot create jobs. It can, however, shift jobs from the private sector where they originate and create wealth to the public sector that is unproductive and wasteful, further depressing the economy. All increases in government spending lead to decreases in private savings. The only thing that grows is government, not jobs, not the economy, and certainly not freedom.

That's Tony's Take.


Obama On Massachusetts Loss: “Surprised, Frustrated, Not Pleased”

Referendums hurt. Look for Angry Obama to be fully out and about after the whooping his policies took in Massachusetts yesterday. On Republican Scott Brown’s win of Teddy Kennedy’s perpetual Senate Seat, White House Spokes pimp Bobby Gibbs told reporters that Barry was “surprised” and “frustrated”. When asked if the Big O was “angry”, Gibbs replied that he was “not pleased”. Ouch! [That's just 2 damn bad]

Gibbs acknowledged that “There is a tremendous amount of upset and anger,” said Gibbs. The Admin hasn’t gotten the message about WHY there is so much anger in the electorate, as he spun on with: “In many ways, we are here because of that upset and anger.”

Ah, yeah, Gibbs. You’re there because the administration you represent lied their asses off to the American people, and has been the most corrupt thing to hit Washington IN HISTORY. You’re there because the date is still 2010 and not 2012.

You won’t be there much longer.

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Tea Parties Find Power in National Precinct Alliance Strategy

Another great article about the National Precinct Alliance, As Co-Founder of the NPA, all I can do is smile and thank all the the Patriots in the Battle Born State of Nevada. We have taken the Precinct Plan National using Nevada as the blueprint. The Grassroots Patriots in Nevada deserve all the credit, for if they had not united and succeeded in defeating the RINOs here in Nevada, this strategy would not be catching like it has. It would only be a good idea, sitting on the shelf for another 20 or 30 years.

If you really want hope and change, look no further than the Nevada GOP and our new leadership. Grassroots Conservatives can not stop with the precincts and central committees. We must continue to take State after State until the GOP is our own tool to defeat the Socialists who wish to take our freedoms away from us. The RINO can be bought. The RINO compromises with the enemy. The RINO has no backbone and would rather lay down and quit than stay and fight. The RINO has no place in the New GOP.

Tea Party Groups have and continue to come together. We now control the GOP in several States. We have only just begun to exercise our power and the National Media is paying attention, the RINOs are going extinct and the Liberal Progressive Socialists are absolutely shaking in their pink fuzzy slippers. If you think we are succeeding in 2010, just wait until 2012. Look out Obama, Pelosi and Reid. We will be sending our people to Washing in 2010 to take our country back. You ignored our letters, calls, Emails and our protests, so CAN YOU HEAR US NOW? The will of We the People will be done.

Read on>>>>>>> http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/19158

Thursday, January 14, 2010

The NY Times Knows About Nevada!


New York Times
Published: January 14, 2010 http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/15/us/politics/15party.html?pagewanted=1

HOLLAND, Pa. — The Tea Party movement ignited a year ago, fueled by anti-establishment anger. Now, Tea Party activists are trying to take over the establishment, ground up.

Across the country, they are signing up to be Republican precinct leaders, a position so low-level that it often remains vacant, but which comes with the ability to vote for the party executives who endorse candidates, approve platforms and decide where the party spends money.

A new group called the National Precinct Alliance says it has a coordinator in nearly every state to recruit Tea Party activists to fill the positions and has already swelled the number of like-minded members in Republican Party committees in Arizona and Nevada. Its mantra is this: Take the precinct, take the state, take the party — and force it to nominate conservatives rather than people they see as liberals in Republican clothing.

Here, in a perennial battleground district outside Philadelphia, Tea Party activists are trying to strip the local committee of its influence in choosing the Republican nominee to run against Representative Patrick J. Murphy, a Democrat who won the seat in 2006 by about 1,500 votes.

After the local party said it would stick to its custom of endorsing a candidate rather than holding an open primary, Tea Party groups decided to hold their own candidate forum where people could cast a ballot. If the party does not yield, the groups say they will host a debate, too.

“We kind of changed the rules,” said Anastasia Przybylski, one of the organizers.

The Tea Party movement, named after the tax revolt in 1773, might be better described as a diverse, rambunctious and Internet-connected network of groups, powered by grass-roots anxiety about the economy, bailouts and increasing government involvement in health care. At one extreme are militia members who have shown up at meetings wearing guns and suggesting that institutions like the Federal Reserve be eliminated. At the other are those like Ms. Przybylski, who describes herself as “just a stay-at-home mom” who became agitated about the federal stimulus package.

And if the Democrats are big-government socialists, the Republicans, in the Tea Party mind, are enablers.

In some recent polls, a hypothetical Tea Party wins more support than Democrats or Republicans, and the most anti-establishment Tea Party activists push to fight as a third party. But as the movement looks toward the midterm elections in November, a growing number of activists argue that the best way to translate anger into influence is to infiltrate the Republican establishment (Democrats being, for the average Tea Partier, beyond redemption).

“If you want to have revenge against the Republican Party for using you for so many years, the best way is to turn around and use the Republican Party to your advantage,” said Eric Odom, a Tea Party activist in Chicago who recently started a political action committee, and on his blog urged Tea Partiers to stop complaining about the Republican Party and “move in and take it over.”

Republican leaders have been trying to harness the Tea Party energy — Michael Steele, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, recently called the Tea Parties “a revelatory moment.”

“It puts in stark relief where the American people are, how they feel and what they feel,” Mr. Steele said. “It’s important for our party to appreciate and understand that so we can move toward it, and embrace it.”

Not all Republicans agree. Some say the party needs to broaden its reach, not cater to the fringe.

The defining experience for many Tea Party groups was the special election in the 23rd Congressional District of New York in November, where party leaders chose a candidate whom conservatives viewed as a Republican in name only — she supported same-sex marriage, abortion rights and the federal stimulus package. After activists flooded the district to support a conservative third-party candidate, the Republican dropped out and endorsed the Democrat, who won.

Conservatives took the Republican retreat as a victory, but also saw the power of the party structure in deciding who the candidates will be. The rallying cry for more local involvement has been “No more NY-23’s.”

“We don’t want to see what happened in New York happen here,” Ms. Przybylski said.

The forum here drew nine candidates and a standing-room crowd in an auditorium built for 1,200. The questions organizers had drawn up for the candidates hinted at the issues important to so called Teapublicans.

Will you pledge to vote against tax increases, even hidden taxes like those in health care reform? Should corporate executives who encourage illegal immigrants to stay because it is good for business be hauled off to jail? Do you believe manmade pollution is a significant contributor to global warming? (“I don’t necessarily think there’s been global warming,” one candidate objected.)

Each was asked to define the 10th Amendment, and to cite examples of where it “might have been violated.” “It’s my favorite amendment in the Constitution,” exclaimed one candidate, Ira Hoffman. “I can’t believe it!”

The amendment declares that powers not granted to the federal government by the Constitution are reserved to the states, and Tea Party activists hold that Congress has overstepped its bounds, particularly by legislating health care. So candidates were asked a related question: Would you support efforts to nullify the health care bill?
Finally, the moderator asked them if 2010 would be “the year of the Tea Party.” The candidates, and many in the audience, said it would, but only if the Tea Party advocates worked the system.

“I think we can do greater things working in a system that’s established than we ever can being a bunch of anarchists,” said Jennifer Turner Stefano, a vice president of a local Tea Party group who is contesting her local Republican committeeperson.

Ms. Stefano, a stay-at-home mother and former television reporter, will have to get 10 signatures and put her name on the ballot to run. But the National Precinct Alliance estimates that about 60 percent of the roughly 150,000 local Republican committee seats are vacant and can be filled by essentially showing up.

“Even if you’ve got a slight majority, you just need maybe 26 states, then you can have your say in how the party goes,” said Philip Glass, a former commercial mortgage banker in Cincinnati who is the national director of the precinct alliance.

The precinct strategy, like the Tea Party movement itself, has spread via the Internet, on sites like Resistnet.com. A National Tea Party Convention in Nashville next month will feature seminars on how to take over, starting at the precinct level.

Advocates hold up the example of Las Vegas, where a group of about 30 people who had become friendly at Tea Party events last spring met to discuss how they could turn their crowds into political influence. One mentioned that there were about 500 open precinct committee positions in the local Republican Party.

They recruited other activists and flooded the committee — the Republican Party says it now has 780 committee people, up from about 300. In July, they approved a new executive committee, and Tony Warren, one of the organizers and a new precinct committeeman himself, said six out of seven executives were “constitutional conservatives,” in keeping with Tea Party ideology.

With the bulk of Nevada’s population in the Las Vegas area, the local committee was able to elect a conservative slate to the state party in December, including a state chairman who has said he wants to make the party “safe” for conservatives.

As recently as last spring, Mr. Warren said, “we didn’t even know how the darn party worked.”

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

George Soros and Democtats Try To Hijack Tea Party

Just so show everyone how CHICKENSHIT the Dirty Democrats are... Check this out!

TPP Statement on Tea Party Political Party
Dear Fellow Tea Party Patriots,

There is much talk of the formation of a third political party based on the tea party movement. In Florida, a Democratic operative with absolutely no connection to the tea party movement has filed papers to form a third party called the Florida Tea Party. He has issued legal threats against local tea parties demanding that they cease using the name "Florida Tea Party."

Tea Party Patriots is issuing this statement in order to make it clear that we are not associated with this, or any attempts to form a third party. Additionally, we believe that such efforts are unproductive and unwise at this time. The history of third party movements in this country is one of division and defeat. We believe that it is instead time for all Americans to rise up and demand appropriate reform within their own parties. The mechanisms exist for citizens to participate in their parties, and to drive their parties in the right direction.

The Tea Party Patriots encourage all citizens to get involved in the party process, and to reshape their parties into something in which they may once again believe. This country does not belong to any one party, nor does it belong to the career politicians. This country belongs to the citizens. As Benjamin Franklin once said, "We have given you a republic madam, if you can keep it." The founders knew that it would be our sacred obligation as citizens to get involved, and to work hard to hold on to this great nation. We have much work to do, and future generations will look back in judgment. We hope you will join us in preserving the republic.

You are the heart and soul of the Tea Party Movement. Thank you for promoting the causes of fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free markets with us!

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Monday, January 11, 2010


Gee, thanks Mr. Obama for the Tax Increase.

I took a look at my first pay stub for 2010 and Surprise Surprise, my Federal Withholding Tax went UP and my Net Pay went DOWN! Where is the Middle Tax Cuts we were all promised? Who are you sharing my wealth with? You have raised my taxes in what we all hope is the middle of the recession. The latest indicators are not headed up and neither is my pay. This recession is now officially deeper and longer than the Great Depression and you just took another chunk out of my pay. Thank you Asshole.

Oh sure, you are not the only one to blame. Your Socialist buddies in Congress can shoulder some of yours. They voted themselves a nice pay raise this year. They won't feel the tax increase. They won't have to pay increased taxes on their health care plans either. You have put the burden of paying for your lavish lifestyle on the backs of the working people, the retired and the elderly who can least afford it.

I thought maybe this big huge middle class tax cut all you Socialists are bragging about will come in the way of my tax refund this year. That was until I looked at what I will be paying you assholes this year. Surely, I must be wrong I thought and I took my calculations to a tax firm. "Where is my Tax Cut," I asked? You could have heard a pin drop. "Are you serious?" they asked me. When I told them I was, you could hear the laughter all the way to the street. Even the lady that works part time at the fast food place laughed and waved her $3500 Earned Income rebate check at me and said, "Thanks for sharing your wealth with me."

Well, Mr Socialist, come this November the joke will be on you. People like myself will not be contributing to your economic recovery because we are broke. We will not be voting for any other little Socialist who supports your policies to tax us into slavery.

You have done a good progressive job of ruining the manufacturing segment of this once great Nation. The number of people employed by the government now exceeds those people employed in private sector manufacturing for the first time in this Nations history. Little brainless slaves to their government paycheck which you control. Give them all a nice big fat raise so they won't notice when you devalue their earnings by printing money and giving it to the bankers. Oh, that's right, you own the banks now and used our taxes to buy them. "Bailouts" you called them.

We are coming for your happy asses come this November. Millions of us.

Another listener blasts Heather Kidd

This is one of the nicer Emails listeners sent to Heather Kidd, the disgraced turncoat X-secretary of the Clark County Republican Party. Heather just got to thinking she was to big for her britches and she was correct. STEP AWAY FROM THE CHIPS HEATHER! Or buy some bigger pants. Fat just never seems to collect where you need it, does it.

Send your own Email. She loves to hear from the unwashed masses.


I have been a loyal listener of your show. I've met you in person at one of the 'rallies' that the Nevada Patriots held. I had allot of respect for you, and held you in high esteem.

However, when I heard the comments that you made on your show about the GOP. I couldn't believe it! I thought that I had misunderstood your dialog - in some way. A person of your caliber and accomplishments - I had expected more from you.

To lower yourself to say what you did on the 'air' shows ignorance. Even if you had an issue with the 'movement', there are mature ways of addressing the matter.

To use you show for such purposes, in my opinion, is in bad taste. It does not speak very well of you to use your position to tear down others. I was a loyal listener, but that has changed. I will continue to be loyal to Rush, Sean, and Mark. But I'll find something else to do when your show airs.

"Disappointed and Hurt"