We’ve had 2 years to figure out who Obama is. Let’s face it, the majority of Americans had no idea who Obama was or what kind of leader he would be. He had been a community organizer, whatever that was, voted “present” in the Illinois state legislature, which seemed bipartisanship-y (really, people?) and was a [...]
We’ve vented our frustrations, we’ve gathered and we’ve prayed.
Tomorrow … we vote.
Tomorrow … we FLIP that House!
Tomorrow we’ll be giving candidates the opportunity to get it right. We’ll be watching closely. Call yourself a conservative? Prove it!
For months now we’ve been saying, “We can see November from our house!”
November is finally here. Washington has been ignoring us but they can’t ignore the pink slips we’ll be handing out November 2nd.
In the words of the President, “ARE YOU FIRED UP?! READY TO GO?!” I am! Now get out there and make it happen! Let’s undo the damage and restore America to her greatness once again!
Lisa Murkowski began her Senate career in 2002 when she was appointed by her father, Frank Murkowski. He wanted someone to fill the Alaskan Senate seat he was exchanging for the Alaska Governor’s mansion and who better than his own daughter? Just think of it as musical chairs for ruling class families.
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You’ve heard of the Slaughter Rule. It means that, if used, the House would NOT vote on the Senate version of the health care bill (a move that is required in order for the health care bill to be passed). Instead, the House will vote on a reconciliation bill that would “fix health care issues” like eliminate the FFEL Program from student lending. So much for Scott Brown being central to defeating health care, right? Wrong. The election of Scott Brown has brought to light all the dirty tactics the left is willing to use, like the Slaughter Rule, to cram government-controlled health care down the throats of the American people.
‘Tis the day of the election and all through my town, I’m praying for a Senator, his name is Scott Brown! Today is the moment of truth. Today we find out if Massachusetts will send a second shot heard ’round the world, or, at least, heard ’round the nation.
The current health care debate has something in common with basketball. I was watching one of my favorite teams last week and one of their stars accidentally tipped a rebound into the other team’s basket. My team ended up losing by 2 points. The GOP is acting like the basketball center on this health care debate. Until then, the GOP needs to make sure they don’t accidentally tip health care in the Democrat’s favor to take it over by passing amendments that make the bill more tolerable by the likes of Olympia Snowe, Susan Collins, Joe Lieberman or Ben Nelson.