Statement from the Candidate
In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Are We Seeing Obama's Comeback Following His Comeuppance?
I don't think so. Americans have only had a single chance to express their outrage about the immoral way Democrats have preformed the last two years, and I believe that they will vote the same way in 2012 when Barry is up for re-election (in other words, they'll shellac him personally in 2012, not just his liberal colleagues in congress).
Here are a few of the reasons why Obama will face enormous opposition on 2012, and it's all because he continues to work against the will of the American people, and against the welfare and liberties of Americans, present and future. These examples are also indicative of the tipping point the nation has reached, with Americans now realizing that liberal/progressive regulations are crippling our economy and undermining our freedom.
We've just heard that Obama has approved death panels, in spite of all the denials that such things were part of Obamacare. The more that's learned about Obama's healthcare boondoggle the more opposition there will be to it.
Net neutrality is being unilaterally pushed by the FCC, without congressional approval and in spite of judicial condemnation. This move will destroy the internet, make use of the internet more expensive for customers, allow politicians to decide internet content and is designed to get rid of the internet phone and ISP companies by concentrating power and control in the FCC. Marsha Black (R-Tenn) in the house and John McCain (R-AZ) in the senate both oppose this move by the government. Call and email them and let them know your opinion of the FCC outrage.
The EPA is moving to unilaterally limit greenhouse gas emissions by power plants and oil refineries, without legislative authority, and in spite of the fact that a Cap and Trade bill, designed to do this very thing, was defeated in the legislature. The EPA is working against the prosperity and freedom of the American people, and their regulations will make the cost of cooling and heating our homes, along the cost of driving our cars to work, much more expensive.
Venezuela is installing missiles that are capable if hitting American cities and destroying what's left of our economy, and the Obama administration is doing and saying nothing. I have to assume that Obama's silence proves that he is supportive of this very dangerous situation. Where's John Kennedy when we need him?
So despite his party's comeuppance/shellacking in November, the comeback kid is still working in contradiction to the American people, and since the message was clear in November that we want the regulations and spending to stop, it's obvious that Obama doesn't care what we want. We must impress on our new legislators that WE WON the last election and we want Obama and his minions defeated legislatively immediately, and that we are determined to unelect him in November 2012. And we'll unelect the new legislators as well if they don't get the message of last November.
The best way to legislatively defeat liberals is to abolish their bureaucracies, and the best place to start this liberal dismantling is by abolishing the EPA for overstepping it's original mandate, and for working against the express desire of the legislative enabling act that created it. Firing the EPA would make us freer by ridding us of their job-killing regulations, and would save hundreds of billions of dollars each and every year by not having to pay their salaries and expenses. Then we can concentrate on abolishing the Department of Education for destroying education in America, and the Department of Energy for destroying our energy sources through it's idiotic insistence on experimental "green" power sources, and for halting the drilling and refinement of our own sources of energy, thereby making us more dependent on foreign sources of fuel, and making us more vulnerable to a denial of fuel from foreign sources, which is a national security issue.