Protests because of a Verdict?

I must say, that I thought this nation was going down the toilet because people were changing the idea of what is right into something that is NOT RIGHT. And I was right.

All the evidence in Ferguson, a subject I have tried to stay away from, just begs for something to be said. The evidence most all points to the White police officer to be acquitted of all charges. But the race baiters around the nation, all heading to Ferguson, won’t hear of that. Now let me put it another way. If this person who was shot was white, and the officer was black, there would have been no protests. Race baiters like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would not have come out of their cockroach infested brains to say anything. But, here we are…..

A black kid, who the media labeled as the ‘gentle giant’ has been made into a martyr of sorts because people like Al “I can’t stop myself” Sharpton, has made a mockery of America and the justice system. Now, because all evidence points to the officer being acquitted in the coming days, the National Guard is being made to be at the ready for protests.

Now, I agree with Tony Katz here in Indianapolis when he says that protesting is everyone’s right. You have a right to protest. But when you take the peaceful protest and make it a violent one, then those rights you had go right out the window. That is what the protestors and the race baiting people who are streaming to Ferguson are doing. Inciting violence. And the violence, according to the Constitution and the law should take all the rights of the protestor to protest away. They should be in jail. PERIOD!

This whole idea that if a black kid gets shot by a white officer then the white officer is wrong is for the birds. Especially if the same thing happens the other way around and nothing is ever said about it.

We need to stop, and start looking around at what is happening to this country, and stop this redefining of what is right, and redefining what we should do, or we are going to find out that we no longer have a country, freedoms or anything, but a totalitarian state that controls everything we say and do. Mark my words folks, it is coming if we don’t stop the trends we have going…..and if we don’t stop the race baiters, that range anywhere from the White House to Al Sharpton.

God Bless America
God Bless our Troops
God Bless us with Common Sense


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(VIDEO) Trey Gowdy’s Defiant Response to Obamacare Architect Who Previously Said ‘Stupidity’ of Americans Helped Get Law Passed

Robert P. Garding:

Trey Goudy is a real up and comer in the Republican party. And this Gruber, who is part of Obama’s cabinet has told everyone just what they all think of us American’s and yet the majority of us think that impeaching Obama is not right. Well folks, what they think of us is not right either. This whole administration, and the majority of the liberal left would be happy if we were all impeached of our freedoms. Now what do you think of getting rid of them? HMMM?


Originally posted on a12iggymom's Blog:

VIDEO: Trey Gowdy on Obama “He Just Proved That He is Willing to Lie” 

Appearing on “The Kelly File” Tuesday night, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) delivered a defiant message to MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare “architect” who said in 2013 that a lack of transparency and the “stupidity of the American voter” helped get the law through Congress.
“You want to see how stupid our fellow citizens are? Take a look at last Tuesday night,” Gowdy said, referring to the sweeping GOP victories in the midterm elections. “Because they rejected you, this bill and this administration.”
(Fox News)

(Fox News)

Host Megyn Kelly said even though Gruber thinks he “pulled the wool” over the American people’s eyes, voters have been skeptical of the law from the beginning and never fell for what the administration was selling with Obamacare.
“This law has never had the majority of support of the American people,”…

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Now What?

This past week, the Republicans gained control over various government positions in numbers greater than before World War 2.  But let’s make no mistake…

…This was more about venting our displeasure against the Democrat’s heavy-handed, failing Leftist-policies and an increasingly incompetent government than it was about the Republican platform – although, I will have to say that running against ObamaCare was a powerful component for the Republican win.

By no means are We The People giving the Republicans carte blanch to do what they want.  We’re going to hold them to their implied promise to reverse the damaging effects of that Democratic/Liberal POS legislation as well as to save this country from the effects of an incompetent, narcissistic President and his Administration.

Watching GOP

The President has stated that he will use his power of the Executive Order to “resolve” the illegal immigration crisis (or as the PC among us would state – undocumented worker).  Article II Section 2 of the Constitution states that the President “…shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offences against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment,” although I believe that the intent was to provide individual pardons rather than a wholesale wiping of the slate to a group of people that have violated the laws of this country.

Judge Andrew Napolitano stated that if the President follows through on his threat, “he will be violating the law, he will be breaking his oath, and he will be putting a tremendous pressure on the social system.”

I will state that if the President does go down this path in opposition to The People, the Republicans, and members of his own party, the backlash will be severe.  What I believe will happen is that the unemployment situation will increase, the number of people on Welfare will increase, the strain on the social system will increase to the breaking point, and as a result, the Democrats will lose more seats in government.  This is despite the obvious Democratic leanings of the immigrants – sooner or later, they will understand that they have been used.

Regardless, the Republican have stated that such an action by the President would have consequences, legal consequences, and possible funding consequences.  After all, Congress has power of the purse, not the Administration.  And this will get ugly, very ugly.

Let’s make no mistake, the United States is a Constitutional Republic.  The President is not a king, he is instead a servant of the People.  The idea of having the government accountable to the People is one of the precepts that this country was founded upon.  Consider the following from John Gaultier (sorry, no link):



America is almost always described as a democracy in school textbooks, educational programs, and news outlets of every ideological stripe. Likewise, when talking of America, politicians from both sides of the aisle frequently mention “our democracy,” by which they mean American democracy. President George W. Bush did it while reauthorizing the Voting Rights Act in 2006, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) did it during her Democratic National Convention speech in August 2008, and President Barack Obama did it in a pre-inaugural speech on January 19, 2009.

Yet America is a republic, not a democracy. Our Founding Fathers instituted a form of government guided by the rule of law rather than the desires of a majority of voters. They understood that a democracy is always in flux and given to “mob rule,” while a republic is fixed and stable, resting on “the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.” Because of the uncertainty of democracy, Benjamin Rush — a signer of the Declaration of Independence — wrote: “A simple democracy is one of the greatest of evils.”

The “evils” Rush saw in democracy are evident when we compare the basis for rights in a democracy with the basis for rights in a republic. In a democracy, rights ultimately flow from the majority, and every right — from keeping and bearing arms to possessing private property — is recallable if the party in the majority so decides. In the constitutional republic that our Founders intended America to be, rights are seen as coming from God and because of this, are unassailable by government (regardless of which party is in the majority). In the Declaration of Independence these unassailable rights were described as “unalienable” and were clearly presented as rights over which the government has no say.

While many of the references to America as a democracy are harmless, being made out of ignorance by people who are just repeating what they were told in grade school or on the evening news, some of the references betray a desire to change the very fabric of the nation. In other words, a great many of the references to democracy in America represent a clear intent to move America further away from the rule of law and closer to the rule of the majority.

Historically, the Democratic Party has been home to revolutionaries who refer to America as a democracy in order to move the country toward a point where majority rules, a point where the Constitution no longer stands in the way of their agenda. These revolutionaries, such as the people who filled the ranks of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) during the 1960s and who comprise groups like Movement for a Democratic Society (MDS) and Democracy For America (DFA) today, gather knowledge on how to use democracy to undercut the rule of law from the writings of men like Vladimir Lenin.

In pushing for the Bolshevik Revolution of the early 20th century, Lenin used democracy to weaken the Russian government and to simultaneously stir up class warfare to irreversible levels. He pleaded first for democracy, then a broadened democracy, and finally a democracy that favored the downtrodden. Relying heavily on the tactic of shaming one’s opponents into submission, Lenin praised the universal aspects of democracy only to criticize them as insufficient once they were achieved: “It is sheer mockery of the working and exploited people to speak of pure democracy, of democracy in general, of equality, freedom and universal rights when the workers and all working people are ill-fed, ill-clad, ruined and worn out.”

In Lenin’s words and historical example we see that those who use democracy to achieve their ends are necessarily insatiable in their push for change and their appetite for power. (Sound familiar?) They are would-be tyrants who pit one group of citizens against another, and essentially destroy the country in order to remake it.

Such men prove that democracy is transitory — it is a tool that allows revolutionaries and despots to transform nations according to their own wishes. And because it is transitory, it is temporal. This is clear if we consider that former democratic countries like Cuba, China, North Korea, and North Vietnam are no longer democratic (or are democratic in name only).

That our Founding Fathers were well aware of the temporality of democracy was evident in the words of America’s second president, John Adams, who said: “Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.”

Our Founders saw the dangers that democracy posed for our great experiment in freedom and risked “[their] Lives, [their] Fortunes, and [their] sacred Honor” to create a republic instead. It is to honor them and preserve our own liberty that we don’t just pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States, but also to “the republic for which it stands.”

When then candidate Barack Obama stated “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America,” and Michelle Obama stated, “We are going to have to change our conversation; we’re going to have to change our traditions, our history; we’re going to have to move into a different place as a nation,” I became very concerned.  All the speeches and statements that these two have made from the campaign trail onward have revealed their intentions to destroy the laws and traditions of this country.  Unfortunately, it’s taken over five years for even the most cynical, Kool-Aide drinking Democratic political hack to realize that this Administration has gone way too far.  And the elections have shown that.

We have seen over the past few years the erosions of our Rights as stated in the Bill of Rights.  The Liberals seek to stifle our speech, disarm us, divide us along racial and economic lines, promote a religion that seeks to destroy us as a people and a nation, invade our privacy, intimidate us, and to otherwise brainwash us into submission to the government powers that be.  In the process, they are destroying this country and for all it stands for by turning everything upside-down.

Last Tuesday was a start, but only a start, in returning this country back to the successful nation of people that it was.  To do so requires that we hold all of our elected leaders, both Democrats and Republicans, accountable.

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Here is what the Democrats think!

“I’d like to congratulate Sen. McConnell, who will be the new Senate Majority Leader. The message from voters is clear: They want us to work together. I look forward to working with Sen. McConnell to get things done for the middle class.”
-Harry Reid-

Now I have one question folks. And this one is directed to Mr Harry Reid. In who’s LSD enhanced dreams do we want that Harry? While you were the majority leader in the Senate, you took every bill that was passed in the House, stuck it in your desk drawer, and would not allow any of them to go to the Senate floor for a vote. YOU WERE THE STOPPING POINT. So, in whose world do we want to work with you and the democrats? HMMM?

You have proven to us over the last few years, that you didn’t want to work with us, and you didn’t… why do we want to work with you?

The only time in recent history, that the Democrats want to work together with the Republicans, is when the Democrats are out of power. LIKE NOW.

Like when Reagan was president.

Like when George W. Bush was President.

And to bring it even farther into perspective, do you remember what was said by your glorious leader after you took back power from the Republicans? I do. Remember this, after the election, when John McCain said to Obama:

“I am glad that’s over, now we can work together to get things done.” What did your glorious leader say? “No, John. We won, you lost, elections have consequences.”

Well, Mr. Reid, here is the scenario. We won, you lost. Elections have Consequences. Now, get out of our way, and let us fix the mess you made out of this country. You have been in charge for way too long.

God Bless America
God Bless our Troops
God Bless us every one.


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From this morning, this article says it all in the headline:

100% of the Newly Elected Republicans ran on Repealing ObamaCare. Here is the article:


( – Every newly elected GOP senator who won in last night’s election campaigned on repealing Obamacare.
Sens. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), David Perdue (R-Ga.), Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Sen Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) all ran on a platform of repealing Obamacare.

Gardner touted patient-centered care and a full repeal and replacement of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA), otherwise known as Obamacare.

“Small businesses and the American people cannot afford President Obama’s countless new regulations and tax increases. There is a right way and a wrong to improve our country’s healthcare system, and the President’s healthcare law just isn’t working. We need patient-centered care and lower costs. It is not too late to start over with a full repeal and replacement of the President’s healthcare law,” Gardner said in a statement.

Daines echoed those statements, also calling to repeal and replace Obamacare.

“Every American wants healthcare at a reasonable cost. No American wants a complicated plan full of false promises, special political favors, and costs we cannot afford. We should repeal Obamacare and implement an affordable health care system that actually improves the quality of health care,” he said.

Perdue noted on his campaign page that he was one of the millions who had their personal health care policy cancelled and would support free market solutions to replace Obamacare.

“Obamacare is an overreaching federal program that will actually reduce the quality of health care and increase costs. I am one of the millions of Americans that had my personal policy cancelled after being told I could keep it. To make matters worse, Obamacare is discouraging full-time job creation. The consequences of politicians passing a massive bill without reading it continue to emerge. We need to repeal Obamacare and replace it with more affordable free market solutions,” Perdue said on his campaign page.

Cotton signed the Club for Growth’s “Repeal-It!” pledge which states, “I hereby pledge to the people of my district/state upon my election to the U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Senate to sponsor and support legislation to repeal any federal health care takeover passed in 2010, and replace it with real reforms that lower health care costs without growing government.”

Ernst and Tillis have said they would repeal Obamacare.

There is more to the article at but you get the idea. ObamaCare HAS to be repealed, and now we can do it. Let’s hold their direction straight and true. And make sure that Obama doesn’t do what he has threatened to do. USE HIS PEN because now he doesn’t have the senate to push his agenda. And he doesn’t feel repudiated by this election either. He will continue, if we let him. Stay alert. We are in for a ride now. We the people spoke, but Obama doesn’t care.


God Bless America
God Bless our Troops
God Bless us every one.


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Republicans OUST Harry Reid…..

November 4th will go down in history, with the democrats making up excuses for what happened. Listening to Fox radio on the way home, I heard a democrat strategist say that the republicans didn’t do well in 2012, so it’s only fitting that they did well this time. Well, Republicans have done well every election since 2010, when they picked up over 700 offices all over the nation. This time I think it was even more. The republican uprising took the democrats by storm, unseating people who have been in the Senate for decades like Colorado’s Mark Udall, who is no longer a Senator.

Maine went republican in their race for governor along with about 8 other states that the democrats were counting on. The Republicans took at least 10 more seats in the House of Representatives and it is still going in the Senate, with the republicans taking six so far.

All in all it was a very good night for the country as the DO NOTHING democrats got unseated sending a powerful message to the government that the people want smaller government, less intrusive government, the borders closed and Obamacare shut down. Though I don’t think that Obama will heed the warnings given tonight.

The GOP keeps control of the house, with the biggest majority since 1946 in reach, or even 1932! So what do we have to do now. And the neat part? It isn’t over yet.?

The people have to sit on the necks of the newly elected republican majority, and let them know that we want Obamacare repealed, the borders closed, the deficit lowered and that we are watching. We will not allow this new government to head to Washington to continue the status quo. We have to make sure that doesn’t happen again.

It’s time to stop that kind of foolishness from our representatives, and make them remember that we the people are the bosses. OUR JOB OF MAKING THE REPRESENTATIVES IN WASHINGTON sit up and take notice that we are tired of the status quo and we want the government that the constitution formed for us. Smaller, more streamlined, cheaper and doing the right things for once.

Open up that drawer on Harry Reid’s former desk, take out all the bills that were passed in the house, and work on getting them passed in the Senate. Make Obama sit back and take notice that his days of doing just what he wanted to do, is over.

America spoke tonight. It’s time the government listened to us. God Bless Americans. We are the citizens of the greatest country to ever grace the face of the earth. Long live our republic!

God Bless America
God Bless our Troops
God Bless us every one


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Politician Apocalypse

Let’s forget about the Zombies for a while – We’ve made it through another Halloween season.  A much more sinister threat comes from the people we hire through election to run the government that determines what laws, rules, and regulations that we all must live by (with a few exceptions).

We have seen for the past six years what happens when We The People choose poorly:

  • Higher energy prices, which translates to higher prices for goods and services.
  • A sluggish economy with high unemployment and people permanently leaving the workforce.
  • A shrinking Middle Class.
  • Multiple scandals at the highest government levels.
  • A government that believes that it should rule the People, and not the other way around.
  • A government that does not observe the rule of law or established procedures & decorum within the legislative bodies.
  • A government enacting legislation contrary to the Constitution and the will of the People.
  • Politicians making statements so odious that spark outrage even among their supposed supporters.
  • Politicians ignoring laws to support political agendas, which have resulted in deaths of American citizens and citizens of other countries.
  • And the list goes on…

The Liberal/Progressive political agenda has, in my opinion, ripped the heart out of this country.  The hope and change promised has morphed into no hope and unwanted change.  The policies of this Administration and its supporters has promoted their agendas over the well-being of this country and it’s citizens.  The fallout of this callous disregard for this country and its people are listed above and in many other places.

This Tuesday is Election Day.  This is the one day that We The People can send a message to the established politicians that we will not take it anymore by electing qualified people to our government that observe the laws of this country and respect the electorate. 

We must choose wisely, and that means looking at each and every candidate on the ballot, review their qualifications and/or record, and asking oneself this question – Would I want this person to be my boss or supervisor?  You would be surprised at how quick you could dismiss some of these people just by asking yourself that question.

To borrow a line from “Apollo 13,”

Failure is not an option.

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