The President’s State of the Union speech was a speech of many personalities. It was a combination of how wonderful America is, the “first nation to be founded for the sake of an idea”. There were parts that sounded rah-rah America, which was heartening, until you remembered who was saying them. Since Barack Obama’s ideology
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Well, it looks as if the moderate Republicans have cast off the mantle of conservatism they used to get elected and shown their true selves. The Republican Main Street Partnership, (RMSP) is alive and well and kicking (the conservatives in the butt). The RMSP is basically a bunch of RINOs who have banded together to
Senator Mark Udall, Democrat, (CO) has come up with an ingenious idea. He thinks that members of Congress should intermingle in the seating for the State of the Union Speech on January 25th. And, the usual RINOs are flying to this idea like moths to a flame. Lisa Murkowski, (AK) has designated herself a co-sponsor.
I watched Obama’s speech at the memorial service in Tucson. It was reminiscent of the Paul Wellstone memorial service with loud applause, cheering and whistling. It was more rally than memorial service. What was supposed to be a tribute to fallen innocents became a campaign speech. There was all this rhetoric by the media how
The tragedy that is unfolding in Tucson, Arizona has quickly turned into a political statement. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was holding an event at a local Safeway parking lot called “Congress on Your Corner”. These events afford her constituents an opportunity to meet with her and air their concerns regarding the issues that affect them, their
The 111th Congress is finished and out of here, thank God! So, we look ahead. 2011 brings a majority of Republicans in the House. Senate, well, we’re still lacking. I hope we get closer to the goal in the next four years. The new members have a big job ahead of them. Not only do