tea party too radical?

Is the tea party getting too radical?

The thought sort of crosses your mind, you agree with some of the things they are saying but are they really starting to go too far.

Sure the Affordable Care act is a nightmare that has to be fixed or it must be repealed, foreign policy is what it is, there are some scandals that should be addressed and there are some things that are disturbing but does it mean that we need to talk about impeachment? 

Because most of us know that there is not going to be any such thing.

Were worried about the Zimmerman verdict, what do you think would happen if there was an impeachment?

Now that should concern you because from that perspective you look at the events of this administration and you think, Ok, so we watch as our nation is destroyed all because of what were worried about riots if an administration is criminally negligent?

Now that is to the right of what is happening to the left there are some social improvements, some people are eating better than they have in a long time because of help in the form of food stamps and yes some people are taking advantage of that but many need it.

We look at things and we think its the end of the world but the truth may be that every president does things that are not popular, Bush did things that were wrong and he did some things that were very right, this president may have some things that he does that are good but so far it appears that this affordable care thing, has gone off the tracks, mostly because he exempts many union backed companies and not small business, while the mandate that everyone pay into the system without any expectation of getting any thing out of it, now that is a problem, hopefully it will get worked out before the articles of impeachment are signed.

 

 


Public Health Care

No one would argue that the health care system needs to be fixed, however so far all attempts at fixing the system has met with failure, rationing is likely the next thing to hit, but is this all accurate, can we really save money?

Perhaps, we can, save some money.

One place where we can save 5.5 billion dollars and we can do it this year, is to stop the out of control spending at the postal service.

Over the years we have seen some really interesting things some violent things some bad things, come out of the postal service.

Perhaps it is time that the postal service changes to meet the expectation of the times in which we live.

Dear Patriot,

As the liberal smear machine continues to attack us, it is critical that we stay on the offensive! Maxine Waters, Andre Carson, Jimmy Hoffa, Jr., and the other corrupt advocates of big government are attacking us because they see that our policies are on the verge of taking a permanent hold. What we are about to accomplish with the Postal Reform Act is just the beginning.

As we approach a victory on overhauling the $8.5 BILLION annual deficit of the United States Post Office (USPS), they know that these fiscally responsible policies will spread to other bloated government agencies. Together, we have taken a virtually unknown piece of legislation and forced it into the forefront of the national political agenda by sending more than 130,000 letters to elected representatives in Washington. If we can get the Postal Reform Act across the finish line, other bad fiscal policy (NPR, National Endowment For The Arts, Dept. of Education, EPA, etc.) will not be far behind.

In a last ditch attempt to deny us victory on the Postal Reform Act, the union hacks have offered a proposal that is unbelievably irresponsible. Their proposal would raid the pension accounts of USPS employees to subsidize the annual deficit. While the Tea Party is fighting to ensure that the hardworking men and women of the USPS and their families get the pension plans they agreed to, the corrupt union leaders and their lackeys in Congress seek to raid their retirement accounts to temporarily subsidize their unsustainable spending. The truth is that it is the Tea Party, not the union bosses, fighting to protect the working man.

We cannot let them steal this victory at the last moment! Yesterday, we mentioned this important legislation and only about 6,000 letters were sent. The victory is far from secure, WE MUST DO BETTER! Using our system, it will only take you a couple of minutes to contact your elected representatives and you are NOT required to make a contribution to participate. We know how busy you are but if you will sacrifice just a couple of minutes we can secure this critical victory that is so close! Even if you have already sent one batch of letters when we told you about this weeks ago, our system will allow you to do it again (once every 10 days). If you will send your letters right now, we can easily send another 50,000 or 100,000 letters today. Don’t rely on somebody else to do it–be the change you want to see in government! *You are not required to donate to use the petition system but a generous contribution makes it possible for us to continue to offer everyone this service free-of-charge.

Thank you,

Todd Cefaratti
Freedom Organizer

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Fox news not real news?

Is fox news failing to meet the expectation of the consumer of hard news?

The idea that the 24 hour news cycle and its expected influence on voting habits of adult voters, is highly unlikely.

Today we noticed that during a fox news segment, that one of the bobble heads that do the news, either with a short short skirt, or a sort of strange grin on their faces, they try to make the news instead of reporting on it, it is really interesting to watch these people try to influence the tone and the treble of how the news is reported.

The topic they were trying to influence was that a certain candidate was polling higher than others.

What they failed to state was the source of the poll, the likely intent of the voter, the area where the voters were living, (ie voters who lived in a certain district in new york state) this is a problem when new personal present news that has allegedly been polluted by bias.

When you fail to provide a basis of hard news fact checking you produce substandard news, (if you can call it that at all)

So is fox news, really about the news or is it about what the bobble heads think the news should be about.

When you consider it, you have to think about how the reality of the news should be presented not the way you personally feel about the news but the way that the facts dictate.

Facts are real not opinions, the problem is that in many situations fox news allows the opinon of the reporter to color the news story.