we can either change to decide for a gov. that is involved in its business, (raods, schools, bus., and homes and rail and books?) and into a nation banking system, or the gov. can only do what sposed to, which means to "the legistlative is only to make social laws between man" -
AT THIS ELECTION - decide to have a government that is part buisness and part banking, plus other things it is, (social security, etc. +)
- or decide that our goverment only make social laws between men, NOT to be a business nor bank.
so, that the people's choice is: of the people by the people and for the people.
Tea Parties? So your viewpoint is we should elect idiots who just started learning what the rest of us have spent our lives on, how the government works, history, current events? Seriously? If my business was struggling, I wouldn't put a 6 yr old in charge to fix it.
by Poppa Blues 8 years ago
Tea Party Infiltrators - Lions and Tigers and Bears...Oh My!!!Many have asked about the news that there may be "infiltrators" at tea parties around the nation. A website (crashtheteaparty.org) was recently set up. The creator, though he tried to hide his identity, has been...
by William R. Wilson 8 years ago
Sometimes you come across something on the web and you think "That's exactly what I've been trying to say!" This article is well worth reading. Scroll through the first few paragraphs and start here: http://www.mrdestructo.com/2009/09/whit … ntrum.htmlFor real. If...
by weholdthesetruths 8 years ago
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 … In_OpinionPeggy Noonan writes: Here are pollsters Scott Rasmussen and Doug Schoen in the Washington Examiner: "The Tea Party has become one of the most powerful and extraordinary movements in American political history." "It is...
by glassvisage 7 years ago
Why are tea parties so popular today, and why should I consider one for my celebration?
by Jacob Smiley 5 years ago
Why do Republicans and Democrats continue to fight?The election is over. Obama was elected by both a popular vote and majority electoral vote (not that popular vote counts). Why do people still continue to argue about Mitt Romney vs Obama? Is the Obama administration really hurting you? In what...
by Ralph Deeds 8 years ago
Last week, Matt Continetti published a long essay in The Weekly Standard arguing that we should understand the Tea Party as a movement that’s torn between two competing political instincts — one reformist and one reactionary, one that “wants to repair deformities in the American political...
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