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We the People – We are the change

They say that doing the same thing over and over again expecting the same result is the definition of insanity. Well I ask you this,”Did your choice at the polls in the last presidential election win?” If not, what are you willing to do differently this time to ensure the outcome is to your liking?
Just casting a vote is all that we can do as individuals but that is not enough. We have to take the initiative to bring someone onboard. And not just one someone but several.
The time to wear your heart and politics on your sleeve is now, because our freedoms and way of life is under attack from the very institution designed to protect it.
Never before and never in as many ways has the federal government encroached upon our freedoms. Everything from healthcare mandates to the type of light bulbs we can purchase. 
This erosion of liberty has been building for several decades and is rapidly increasing with the Obama administration and the socialist-progressive agenda they are trying to force feed us.
The left however, would like nothing more than to keep spending money we don’t have on programs and people who believe they have a right to something other than what’s clearly defined in our founding documents.

We have a job to do. We have a country to save. This is the least we can do since our children and grandchildren will be paying for our excesses.
Roll up your sleeves, get involved.

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  1. I couldn’t agree more. The trouble is that we need BOTH major political parties to provide us with presidential candidates and their running mates who are equally capable of commanding respect. They must also be equally adept at selecting the best possible Cabinet members regarless of their Party politics and the wisest and most Constitutionally-intelligent members of for the Supreme Court. When that happens, we’ll be winners regardless of which side wins.

    As it has been over the last 20+ years, we’ve pretty much all been losers no matter which Party won the Presidential elections! Clinton actually balanced the budget but did so while philandering his way through his White House stay and bringing shame to the office of the Presidency. Bush II abandoned Conservatism in favor of bigger government and ill-advised huge millitary spending and loss of life, health, and infrastructure in Irag and Afghanistan while ushering in the economic malaise here in the USA.

    Both major Party tickets in 2008 had somewhat scary factors attached to them. We’ve learned what the Obama/Biden Administration has wrought. Although a McCain/Palin Administration would have gone down different political paths, I fear they would have been as disasterous as the ones we’ve witnessed since Obama’s inauguration in January of 2009.

    It doesn’t appear the Democrats have the guts to unseat a one-term President any more now than they did after Jimmy Carter’s first term. And, based on what we’ve seen so far from the Republicans, the cupboard is pretty bare there also. Their few viable candidates are either so uninspiring (Romney) or so tending to shoot themselves in the foot with their “speak first and think later” oratory (Bachman, Perry) or all-over-the-map political philosophy i.e. is he ultra-Conservative or ultra-Liberal? (Ron Paul) that the U.S. voter has fears of casting a vote for any of them!

    Party politics have got to get better or the Country will get even worse!

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