Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Harry Reid Uses Allies to Attack Angle

Harry Reid uses his allies to attack his opponent, Sharron Angle. Instead of condemning dirty politics, he remains silent and encourages his allies to do his dirty work.

Once again, Democrats are trying to look good while using everyone else to attack opponents. I guess they are getting desperate.

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Former NEA General Counsel Bob Chanin and NEA Goals

Listen to what the goals for the NEA are. So much for the children and education.

Democrat Party Calling for Dirt

In an article from the Dallas Morning News entitled "Anger management and Rep. Ciro Rodriguez', I read that that DNC has put out a call for ALL Democrats to use their cell phone video cameras to capture Republicans saying embarrassing things and to post them immediately to websites.

Do you believe this? When confronted with the possible loss of the House and even the remote loss of the Senate during the mid-term, the response from the Democrats is to dig up dirt on Republicans. Instead of standing on their records, they are content in engaging in dirty politics. Why aren't they standing on their records?

Let's look at the record of this Congress. Uncontrolled spending, TARP, the stimulus package that did nothing and, of course, health care reform.

When asked about their records, they respond defensively and scream at the constituents and state that they were provoked by members of the tea party movement. Here's a prime example of the defensive positioning of Democrats.

Ciro Rodriguez in Texas blew up when a constituent called him out on health care and corrected him on his figures. She was right about the numbers. Judge for yourself.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Democrat Party's Strategy for Mid-Terms: Dig Up Dirt on Republicans

In a recent Washington Post article entitled "Democrats digging harder than ever for dirt on Republicans", Democrats are showing their change in tactics in order to keep their seats in Congress. Instead of standing on their records (or lack thereof), they have decided to play dirty politics.

In past elections, Democrats have stated that they are above dirty politics. Since their records are being carefully examined, they have nothing to offer their constituents. Look at health care reform. Over 60% of Americans want to repeal the law. They just don't want to reform or amend it. They want it repealed.

During the 2008 Presidential elections, Americans were told that there would be change. They promised transparency and no more of the business as usual. It didn't happen. We saw Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi making deals to get health care reform passed. We saw closed door sessions and very limited television debate.

So much for change.

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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Congressman Pete Stark and His Comments

Judge for yourself. I believe he perfectly exemplifies how our elected officials in Washington view their constituents.