Friday, February 27, 2009

Letter to Americans- Wake Up! Obama Intelligence Appointee is BAD NEWS!

Another letter sent in- I hope people continue waking up! I sent this in the WND, and am hoping it will get readers thinking!


We see it at the lower levels of government, and at the highest- the trampling of our rights. Herb in Clearwater is just one of millions of Americans who is fighting to lift the boot of the oppressors from underneath so he can just live his life without unlawful government interference with his rights! Obama has raised the stakes, appointing Chas Freeman, Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, lobyist, and defender of the Chinese actions in Tiananmen.

"the truly unforgivable mistake of the Chinese authorities was the failure to intervene on a timely basis to nip the demonstrations in the bud, rather than -- as would have been both wise and efficacious -- to intervene with force when all other measures had failed to restore domestic tranquility to Beijing and other major urban centers in China."

According to this new appointee, the unforgivable mistake was not using deadly force to kill somewhere between 241 and 2,600 protestors in crack-downs, but rather not squashing the demonstrations earlier!

America, please wake up to what is being done to you before it is too late!

We have seen tax-cheats and lobyists appointed after he promised "hope and change" and we have only grumbled about it. Appointing this man to be in charge of any Intelligence organization in the United States of America is more of the same abuse! A man in Florida faces fines for displaying the Constitution. What does our great nation face as a whole? This man thought the Chinese were too soft for allowing a protest to happen in the first place! Write angry and bitter letters such as mine! Show your contempt for the abuses your so-called representatives heap upon you. Rally, citizens, while you still have the right- before too many people like this are given control over your lives!

Very Respectfully,

Letter published on World Net Daily! Free Speech!

Full Story:

His story really struck a chord with me, and I really wanted to put corrupt politicians in their place. I'm sick of rights continuosly getting trampled on and nobody speaking I wrote an angry letter. I had no idea I'd get top-notch media exposure over it! Letter follows:


Greetings from Iraq. As a Florida native, and veteran who took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic, I find it insulting that you would limit Herb Quintero's free speech with regards to the beautiful mural he had painted to spruce up his building. Also insulting are your fines and subsequent threats to fine the man for displaying the Constitution that guarantees his protection from this very sort of tyranny. I learned of his plight from reading the story on and at and must say I am very disappointed.

You have no right to override the Constitution and the principals for which so many men and women have fought and died to uphold. YOU are in violation of the supreme law of the land, which supersedes some trivial contrary (and therefore illegal) code, and should immediately withdraw your fines and retract your flawed and invalid laws. As government representatives, you have a solemn duty to protect the people you are entrusted to represent, not oppress them. By enacting and then selectively enforcing such oppressive laws that violate the Constitution, you spit in the face of every veteran who has ever served to uphold the Constitution! Yes, I am this worked up over a painting of some fish; the rights in the Constitution are not something that should even be lightly infringed and tolerated! The founding fathers must be rolling in their graves over the affront to freedom you have committed in your persecution of this man who is merely attempting to live an American Dream by exercising his right to free speech- an attempt, it must be noted, that would increase commerce- which in turn would bring more tax dollars to the city should he succeed in his endeavors!

As a fellow American, who dearly values his rights and freedoms, I sincerely urge on you to cease and desist with your harassment of Herb Quintero; it would save the city money in the long run, and save yourselves further embarrassment and public outrage. Furthermore, I cannot imagine citizens willingly re-electing officials who would trod so heavily upon their fundamental and inalienable rights, so I urge you to refund this man's money and publicly declare your apology to him, and the citizens, at once.

Very Respectfully,


Tuesday, February 10, 2009

SCARY Hidden Healthcare Agenda That Effects YOU!!! burried in stimulus porkage


Essentially, under the stimulus bill, the government will take complete control over the medical system and all treatment options, penalize those who don't want to submit, and mandates that people accept conditions rather than trying to treat them.

Key excerpts:

"The bill’s health rules will affect “every individual in the United States” (445, 454, 479). Your medical treatments will be tracked electronically by a federal system. Having electronic medical records at your fingertips, easily transferred to a hospital, is beneficial. It will help avoid duplicate tests and errors."

"But the bill goes further. One new bureaucracy, the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology, will monitor treatments to make sure your doctor is doing what the federal government deems appropriate and cost effective. The goal is to reduce costs and “guide” your doctor’s decisions (442, 446)."

"Hospitals and doctors that are not “meaningful users” of the new system will face penalties. “Meaningful user” isn’t defined in the bill."

" Daschle’s book explained, is to slow the development and use of new medications and technologies because they are driving up costs. He praises Europeans for being more willing to accept “hopeless diagnoses” and “forgo experimental treatments,” and he chastises Americans for expecting too much from the health-care system."

" Daschle says health-care reform “will not be pain free.” Seniors should be more accepting of the conditions that come with age instead of treating them. That means the elderly will bear the brunt."

"Medicare now pays for treatments deemed safe and effective. The stimulus bill would change that and apply a cost- effectiveness standard set by the Federal Council"

" On Friday, President Obama called it “inexcusable and irresponsible” for senators to delay passing the stimulus bill."

Wow. This IS truly frightening, and appalling! Here I was ranting about all the pork in the bill, like the $9 Billion for the broadband internet program... When is enough enough? Thank you, no. I do not want anyone tinkering with my healthcare or medication unless they are my doctor, and that's bad enough when it needs done! I certainly don't want the government screwing with it, throttling the amount of care I or any other citizen receives, or telling us "too bad" when there might be an alternative. When does it eventually become a political tool used to give substandard treatment to the opposition? Paranoid? Hardly. It's a nightmare as it is, but the potential for even more abuse is astronomical!

How dare they try to force this on the people through another media blitz of fear mongering? So much for hope and change! He's trying to make anyone who intelligently disagrees with him seem like a bad American!

17 states...scratch that... upwards of 27 have already drafted legislation to declare sovereignty, citing the 9th and 10th amendments, and calling on the federal government to cease and desist with the mandates. I wonder if any will actually pass. There's just so much "federal money" tied to everything. One can hope states will assert their rights, in order to protect the rights of the citizens

Sunday, February 8, 2009

HR1- Fear You Can Believe In

I haven't posted in a while (has it been so long?). 14 months down. I don't think I'll be staying the full two years. There are a number of reasons, but draw your own conclusions why. Maybe I'll go into details someday... if we all aren't too busy at home.

I've just reviewed a small part of the bloated "Stimulus Package" on It's right there under HR1 for all to read, but it's so incredibly thick with pork that there is no way anyone could ever read the whole thing, much less the hundreds of amendments. The "Hope and Change" has turned into a message of fear that “unless this package is passed, there will be a catastrophe.” The catastrophe, if it comes, will be spurred on by the very sort of proposals we find in this bill.

Obama wants to create 244,000 or so government jobs. People just hear “create jobs” and think it’s wonderful. The problem with that is, government jobs increase the burden on taxpayers. I have had "educated" people argue, "but government employees pay taxes too." A government employee pays taxes, but they are still costing taxpayers money because they are not taxed at 100% for obvious reasons. IF they pay taxes (unlike some members of Congress), then they are paying between 20% and 30%. Where do you think the rest of the money comes from? That's right. You! You are forced to pay other people's salary. When the burden is necessary, such as for funding the military, or other worthwhile programs we benefit from, we gladly pay our taxes (or at least we should). However, how does creating 244,000 or more government jobs help stimulate the economy and help reduce our debt? It doesn't. This is why people have been arguing for a smaller government for years. A smaller government is less of a burden, allowing people to get out of debt, and not dig deeper. By increasing government jobs and taking away from the private sector, and increasing taxes to cover the expense, you decrease the number of those paying taxes whose salaries are not entirely covered by tax dollars. Private salaries are fueled by commerce, so if the industry fails because of mismanagement, or because it was not something people wanted to buy into, the majority of the population is no worse off. However, by forcing citizens to invest into failed private enterprises (nationalizing), you increase the tax burden on them, and take it away from others.

Another argument for smaller federal government comes again in light of the federal government getting involved in areas best left to private business (Other than creating jobs in the above example). Let industries rise and fall as they may- that is the price of free enterprise. Bailing out and rewarding failure brought on by corruption increases the burden on the taxpayer. The government attempting to be more than simply government does that as well. Consider the $9 BILLION dollars proposed for increased broadband internet access. If people want faster internet, let the industry and the customers pay for it. If you pay for your own faster internet already, you will see even less money as your taxes increase to pay for programs the government was not designed to play a role in.

To deceive everyone, you will get a $500 or $1,000 tax credit. Other credits can be had, but these credits mean less money is going to pay for all of the multitude of programs your tax dollars funded in the bill. You could spend an entire day just wading through the individual headings, and not ever make it to the text. This sort of complexity in legislation was argued against by our forefathers. If and when the government creates legislation, it should be straight-forward, and “transparent,” to use the popular term. This bill is anything but transparent. The cost that most people are not made aware of, is that for every $1 brought in in taxes, this bill spends $4. The long-term costs will be exponential considering there is no plan for next year’s budget, much less to pay for these expenses- so we will continue to dig at a rate of 4 times worse than we already were.

As gargantuan as this pit that is HR1 is, it pales in comparison to the long term costs of continuing to “avert a catastrophe” by making the situation worse. In digging this pit, we are borrowing from not just ourselves, but piling a huge burden (that only increases with time) onto the backs of future generations, and heading down a path that will lead to the destruction of America, and destabilize the world as we know it, leading to war, famine, plague, and death. Continuing to rob from citizens to inflate government control, which results in ever growing burdens on the citizenry, is tyranny, plain and simple. A government that prints more money to pay itself is not a self-contained system; the livelihood of the populace must be tapped to support it. You will become a slave to this ever-growing-pit if this sort of “stimulus” plan is enacted.