No confidence vote?

Could it be time to vote this man out of office?

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced Wednesday his plans to introduce a vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

Paul’s announcement highlights growing consensus on the Republican side of the aisle that Geithner deserves some punishment for the downgrade of the U.S. credit rating from AAA to AA+ by the firm Standard & Poor’s on Friday.

In many ways the idea of a man in charge of the treasury that has likely presided over the worst administration of the US economy since 1929, is an idea that may be time for action, in many ways, the problems we have faced are serious and we need to find a solution to these problems. 

It is obvious that the plan of hope and of change has not worked…

It is obvious that the time for action is now…

We need to go back to the congress and pass a bill that addresses the problems we have or this is just the beginning of what will happen next.

It is time for Geithner to go, in fact he has indicated, (allegedly) that he wants to go, so why not let him go, its time man do the right thing.

“The stock market gave a vote of no confidence to Timothy Geithner yesterday and for the past 11 days. Geithner has shown no acumen in predicting, diagnosing, or treating America’s economic woes. The time has come for him to resign,” Paul said in a statement released Wednesday.


Fire Timothy Geithner






This just came in an email (may not reflect the opinions or thoughts of the website owners) The American Grassroots Coalition and Campaign to Defeat Barack Obama have joined together to launch an effort to push for Timothy Geithner to lose his job as U.S. Treasury Secretary. In short, Timothy Geithner has failed the American people, and the longer he keeps his job the more harm he will do to our economy. Please see our petition drive calling for Timothy Geithner to be fired from his job as U.S. Treasury Secretary – SIGN PETITION HERE.

fire them all

Time to fire some people

He is so out of touch that he insisted that America’s credit rating would not be lowered, only to see S&P do exactly that and downgrade our debt rating.

He pushed for higher taxes on the American people even though he failed to pay his own taxes! He pushed through tens of billions of dollars in backdoor bailouts to banks, and then tried to cover it up.

For these, and many other reasons, we join with Senator Jim DeMint, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Congressman Ron Paul, Senator Jim Bunning, Congressman Connie Mack, presidential candidate Herman Cain and many others in demanding that Timothy Geithner be fired from his position as U.S. Treasury Secretary.

The United States simply cannot afford to have Timothy Geithner do any more damage to our economy and our country.


debt crisis

Received this in an email it is something that is a serious issue and something that seems as if Washington just cannot figure out how to deal with it.

When will we learn from history, back in the days of Jimmy Carter, disastrous, (allegedly) presidency there were many things that happened, but never like this, what will happen next, with natural disasters looming on the horizon and thousands of acres of farm land laying in ruin…
Dear Patriot,

On May 16, 2011, the statutory national debt ceiling of $14.294 trillion ($14,294,000,000,000.00) was reached, igniting a political firestorm over whether to raise the limit and allow the federal government to bury itself in trillions more in debt. Obama’s Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner warns of doomsday if we don’t allow more borrowing, suggesting the United States “could” default on its obligations for the first time in history and create a global economic collapse.

Secretary Geithner has put in place “emergency measures” to prevent the government from defaulting on bond interest obligations that he says will get us through early August. Most political analysts expect that Congress will raise the limit prior to default and the bill will quickly be signed by the President who will declare it a “good day for America”.  Of course, he’ll ignore how this enormous debt mortgages the financial future of our children and grandchildren.

When President George W. Bush was elected in 2000, the National Debt stood at $5.727 trillion dollars. During Bush’s eight years in office, that debt grew by $4 trillion. In less than three years of the Obama presidency, the US has added yet another $4 trillion in debt, much of which is owed to China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and many European countries. Borrowed money has paid for three failed bailouts of Wall Street investors, the takeover of our auto industry, and even more out-of-control spending.

Under current budget projections, Federal government spending will increase the debt level to an astounding $16.5 trillion ($16,500,000,000,000.00) by the end of next year. Most Americans understand that spending more than one takes in results in financial disaster on a personal level. Only the government’s ability to print money and influence interest rates allows it to forestall similar disaster on the national level, but only for a limited time.

Anyone who has filled a car with gas or purchased groceries recently has felt the creeping inflation resulting from our devalued dollar, “quantitative easing,” and other failed Federal policies. Politicians and the Main Stream Media proudly declare that inflation is in check; but there is something they are not telling us. To make the numbers look better than reality, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is manipulated by minimizing changes from food and fuel, allowing our leaders to hide the truth that inflation is here and growing at an alarming pace. If our government continues with its irresponsible spending and economic policies, we may ultimately see hyperinflation that dwarfs the inflation problems of the failed Carter presidency.
Despite our massive debt, I am not naïve enough to think that Congress will refuse to raise the debt ceiling.  However, we must pressure our elected officials to use this as leverage to pass significant, lasting spending cuts as a condition of increasing the debt. We must stand with those leaders courageous enough to tell the truth to the American people knowing they will be demonized in the main stream press. Stand with us to support Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Rep. Allen West (R-FL), Rep Ron Paul (R-TX) and a short list of other members of Congress with the guts to tell it like it is. It is our children’s future that is the real victim of reckless government spending.

Joe Miller
Chairman, Western Representation PAC