Category Archives: Democrats

Thank you Speaker Pelosi

There’s been much discussion this last week about the leadership in the House of Representatives.  Since Nancy Pelosi will no longer be in a position to hold the gavel, factions have formed within the Democratic Party to decide who will be the leader in the coming congress.  Many feel that Nancy Pelosi essentially helped drive the party into a ditch while others think that her leadership helped push through more of the progressive agenda than ever before.  I’d say they are both right, but what do her supporters in the “country class” think?

A new website has found it’s way onto the internet from Americans United for Change.  ThankYouSpeakerPelosi.com is a place where you can let Madame Speaker know how much she has meant to you and to America.

Below are some of the gems.

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Elections Have Consequences

Don’t forget the results of staying home. In 2006 plenty of Republicans “protested” the elections because of the terrible spending record of the Republicans in office. Firing Republicans because they aren’t doing their job is great, but you have to REPLACE THEM.

Otherweise….this happens:

Remember in November.

The Battle for America begins in 20 Days

However, the movie is already out:

In Generation Zero, Citizens United & Director Stephen Bannon laid out the crimes. In Fire from the Heartland they observed the heroes. The third film of this stylized trilogy is the final act and we are all in it.

The Battle for America wasn’t specifically written for politicos like you and me. It was developed with the sideliners in mind. The politically uninvolved, if there are any left, to give them the perspective and the emotional stirring they may need to get out and cast votes in favor of liberty this November.
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Spratt does not want to be heard

I hadn’t heard about the Spratt campaign deciding to opt out of any recording devices for the debate with Mick Mulvaney in Lake Wylie, SC until the day before the event.  His campaign cited the “out of context” remarks of one Shirley Sherrod as the reasoning behind this shut-out, but I suspect that Mr. Spratt learned from his OWN experiences being the background laugther on someone else’s filmed remarks.

Immediately I was incensed that he would close the doors on a way to keep a record for people not in attendance to view the candidates thoughts and make a decision.  It became my determination to attend and, damn the “rules”, record the Hell out of this debate.  I tested the sound quality if I recorded from my pocket, contacted an attorney to see what the Spratt campaign could do to me if I posted the audio everywhere under the sun & got my affairs in order…ok, not that last one.  The point is, I was ready and willing to go all out to pull some audio from this debate.

Unfortunately, this was not to be.

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Trent Lott…er…Kay Hagan must go.

Trent Lott Kay Hagan either meant what he she said, or he she didn’t. In either case, if Lott Hagan does not resign voluntarily as Senate majority leader from the Senate Armed Services Committee, his her Republican Democratic colleagues should fire him her.

At the 100th birthday party for retiring Sen. Strom Thurmond on Dec. 5, Lott discovery that Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia had passed away, Lott noted that his home state of Mississippi had voted for Thurmond when he ran for president in 1948 Hagan noted that Senator Byrd was a devoted public servant, skillful orator and champion of the chamber. “We’re proud of it. And if the rest of the country had followed our lead,” Lott continued, “we wouldn’t have had all these problems over all these years, either. Soon after I was elected, I had the privilege of presiding over the Senate with Senator Byrd on the floor,” Hagan continued, “I told him of my deep admiration for his service.”

Thurmond Byrd, then the governor of South Carolina the Senator from West Virginia, was the candidate of the Dixiecrat Party a member of the Ku Klux Klan, whose  sole reason for being was to preserve segregation. So more than a few people wonder what “problems” “service” Lott Hagan had in mind that he she thought would have been averted had Thurmond been elected in 1948 were so worthy of admiration?  Blacks not being allowed in public schools? Blacks voting being taken away? Blacks not being allowed to buying a home in Lott’s Hagan’s neighborhood?
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