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Texas Congressmen Speak and Listen to Crowd at Capitol to Kill Healthcare Bill

After massive crowd of tens of thousands of concerned citizens participated in the Code Red Rally to kill the health care bill, thousands converged in front of the Capitol to make their voices heard.   Read more »

at Mar 21, 2010 12:49 PM

Shame on Pelosi's "Deem and Pass" Trickery

Here is another call to action from my friend Shirley Spellerberg:

As we mentioned in our action alert two days ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is plotting to use a parliamentary procedure to prevent a recorded vote on the Senate Obamacare bill in the House because she lacks the necessary 216 votes needed to pass

at Mar 18, 2010 3:42 PM

Will the Democrats "SLAUGHTER" the Constitution?

The message regarding the "Slaughter Strategy" was sent in from The Republican Party of Texas:

The Democrats will stop at nothing to pass ObamaCare.

The American people want sensible health care reform. But they know that ObamaCare is not the answer. And Texans know that the Democrats' prescription is bad medicine for Texas.

But the liberal Democrats are dead set on passing their bill anyway.    Read more »

at Mar 16, 2010 3:32 PM

Sunday Talk And David Brooks' Excellent Understatement

I DVR’d and watched the Sunday talk programs: FOX News Sunday, NBC’s Meet The Press, and ABC’s This Week. On the health care discussion, of course some said it would pass and some said it wouldn’t. No Democrat can predict otherwise. And, they discussed the pros and cons of the bill and the process. But I had to wonder if I was missing something.   Read more »

at Mar 15, 2010 8:11 PM

Leaked Memo Shows Rep. Van Hollen Advising Democrats To Bypass Constitution On Health Care Legislation

This below and the previous discussion of Rep. Paul Ryan, were from a friend of mine from a campaign many years ago, who has co-written and published books, including one very recently that was distributed to Congress, on health care in America. He stays connected with the unfolding process in Washington.   Read more »

at Mar 14, 2010 12:50 PM

Virginia Makes State Sovereignty Specific To Health Care - State Sovereignty And The Constitution

I want to say that none of this should be construed as indifference to peoples’ problems with health care costs. That’s a moral consideration for all of us and our communities. But with a nation with the size and history of America, federal coercion not only destroys true charity, it doesn’t work and is in fact socially and economically counterproductive.   Read more »

at Mar 13, 2010 11:24 AM

Proposed Resolutions

Following are the resolutions I have proposed for Precinct #0054.

Resolution on Pro-Life:

BE IT RESOLVED that mandatory ultrasound legislation should be passed and that all provisions of the current platform defending the sanctity of life should be continued and/or strengthened.

Resolution on the Sovereignty of the Church:   Read more »

at Mar 4, 2010 2:28 PM

Judge Andrew Napolitano Speech on Freedom

What I want to know is, where are all the governors and state legislators that will stand up and say that what the federal government is trying to do is nonsense? If this video doesn’t raise the fur of our “states have no rights” friend, he isn’t watching anymore.   Read more »

at Mar 2, 2010 10:07 AM

Republicans and Libertarians Must Unite

This comment was sent in from TexasGOPVote fan, Mary Weeks, in response to the post, "Will Crypto-Libertarianism Doom the Republican Party?"   Read more »

at Feb 26, 2010 11:07 AM

Senator Jim DeMint Discusses the Constitution and Budget Reform at CPAC 2010

South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint spoke this morning at CPAC 2010. He is the only senator to have a conservative rating of 100%. He spoke a lot about the Constitution and explained that the original idea behind the Constitution was to limit the power of the government. In fact, when the Constitution was signed, it didn't even allow a federal income tax! Every single senator, representative, Supreme Court justice, etc.   Read more »

at Feb 18, 2010 9:35 PM


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