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Is the Republican Party the Party of No?
Just Say No to the Left
Is the Republican Party the party of NO? Damn straight we are! We are the party of no as long as no means we take a stand against all things that weaken our nation or go against the basic foundations of what make us great. We are the party of no as long as yes means trampling the Constitution, Fabian Socialism, Anti-colonialism, ANY socialism, Socialized health care, cap and trade, carbon credits, apologizing to foreign nations, and most anything else that is the Obama agenda.
Whenever the agenda includes recognizing our enemies, promoting jobs and economic growth, recognizing and adhering to the Constitution, recognizing the will of the majority, and believing our country is great we will cease to be the party of no. Until then we will stand firm against any agenda bent on attacking our foundations and principles. Our Constitution was written by exceptional men who pooled everything they knew about the different types of government, debated the good and bad and put on paper the formula for a country like none ever before. It is no accident that our country has had the success and greatness we have experienced over the last two hundred plus years. The Framers designed it that way. We were designed to keep government interference from hampering our progression towards greatness. It is a formula that has proven time and time again to be head and shoulders above all other governments.
We have to say no. We have to say no to regression towards failed governance. The agenda or path we are on now is nothing new. History has a long line of failed and troubled governments that have tried the path that we are heading down now. History does repeat itself and we are doomed to failure if we continue on this path. President Obama has stated, even before he was elected President, what he feels the problem with the Constitution is. He feels that the Bill of Rights is very limiting, they place limits on the powers of the government. Well no kidding! The Bill of Rights states the freedoms we have as citizens, rights that our government cannot take away. He goes further to say he would prefer the Constitution affirm the rights of government.
Are these things what we are supposed to say yes to? It is clear how our current administration feels about our Constitution. We must remain strong and stay true to our beliefs. We have to take a stand for our Constitution and vote out those who oppose it. This is not the time for political correctness or compromise of any sort. Our rights are under attack whether the left wants to realize it or not. We know it and will not stand for it.