Every day, I check the Drudge Report, American Thinker, Politco, and other conservative websites, since the MSM has decided long ago to be socialist.
Today there is a headline on American Thinker, Where were you the day the Republic died? Congress has ignored the constitution and the will of the people, expressed all summer long last year in Tea Parties, and here lately in hundreds of thousands of calls and emails. Over the weekend, the Drudge Report showed that the switchboards at the capital were melting down; they could handle 50,000 calls an hour and were getting 100,000.
The Governor of Idaho has (past tense) signed into law a requirement for the attorney general to sue the Federal Government if this "health care" passes, and they say that 36 other states have similar legislation pending. As the Gov. of Idaho stated "This is a constitutional mass." http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5g0LSHNfmnWDnZ_JylqiFxeT5GKEQD9EGLNDO0
I am personally very much in favor of voting out every single Democrat who voted for this socialistic legislation, and impeaching both Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama for ignoring the Constitution and pushing this legislation.....
Realistically speaking, I'd be happy if there is simply enough voter outrage expressed at the polls to change control of the House of Representatives, followed by the Senate ASAP. Republicans need to run on a platform of REPEAL.
Whether the Governors sue or the voters express their outrage at the polls in November....We just need this REPEALED.
I hope and pray that 2010 turns out historically to be a very Constitutionally interesting year. The end result of this could be good if it re-engages the electorate and the percentage of registered voters who VOTE rises dramatically.
I'm honestly afraid that there will NOT be sufficient voter outrage expressed at the polls this fall...If there ISN'T, our Republic is dead. Obama promised to CHANGE this country; I wonder how many of those who voted for him expected socialism?
Thanks for asking,
John the Baptist
· 10 years ago