Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Take the Government Away From the Parties

The political candidates have us. The republicans want a slow acceptance of the invaders and the democrats want immediate amnesty for the invaders. This is all a game trying to avoid telling real Americans the truth.
With the big parties in charge what choice do we really have?

Let me suggest something. Those who have the gold have the power. Money is power. Control the flow of money and you can control power. We the people are the source of power. We supply the money. We need to start taking more responsibility with our power. We need to stop giving money to a party and start choosing the candidates ourselves. I don't care what party you affiliate yourself with, you need to start focusing on what you want your government to look like. Right now we have the government our party system wants. The parties get the money and they decide who's name will be on the ballot come November. Stop choosing from the hand picked party hacks and start picking real candidates who represent you. Who represent real Americans.
If you find a good one let everyone know. We should all pass a few power points to the good ones so we can slowly take back what is ours in the first place.

Try these links out.
The People Still Have Power
The People Still Have Power Part II
Thanks to JB Williams for providing us with these thoughts.

2 Comments:

Blogger Christi said...

Those are two great articles, ablur. I’m just relieved they shot that ridiculous amnesty bill down today but I don’t think we’re out of the woods yet. McCain and Kennedy are going to keep pushing for amnesty and so are all of the Hispanic groups. I’m so sick and tired of these games. Just enforce the laws we have and move on! I feel like sending the entire Senate into a ‘time-out’ so they can think about what they’ve done. Just like dealing with a spoiled little kid when they didn’t take care of the things they had, why should the parents allow them to have more?

commonsenseamerica.net/blog1/

3:46 PM, April 07, 2006  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

No party represents me or the things I think that might make this Nation better. Simple policies, not simplistic. Not *small* government, but the leanest and sparest government possible. A straightforward and totally *comprehensible* way to run foreign policy and domestic policy. Hitting the Federal Government RESET button.

The Jacksonian Party. The Party of One. Each and every One of us. So that the Zero Party System may finally end.

And NO sitting Congressman or Senator has proven capable of understanding their Oath of Office, and none will ever get my vote for anything, ever again.

5:38 AM, April 24, 2006  

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