Friday, December 9, 2011

Here is some good news!

Gallup poll shows anti-incumbent sentiment at all-time high

A new Gallup survey shows that more than three-quarters of registered voters think most members of Congress do not deserve to be reelected – the highest such number in the 19 years that Gallup has asked the question.


Seventy-six percent of registered voters in the Gallup survey said they don’t think most lawmakers deserve to be reelected, while 20 percent said they believe most members of Congress do deserve reelection.
The anti-incumbent mood is shared by independents and members of political parties alike: 82 percent of independents, 75 percent of registered Republicans and 68 percent of registered Democrats said most members don’t deserve to be reelected.
Gallup surveyed 903 registered voters from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1; the poll has a margin of error of four percentage points.
The percentage of voters saying most members do not deserve reelection has been climbing since 2002, when an all-time low of only 29 percent said that most lawmakers should be booted.
Notably, anti-incumbent sentiment has risen sharply since May: The current high of 76 percent is up 13 percentage points from where it stood seven months ago at 63 percent.
As is typically the case, when it comes to reelecting one’s own U.S. representative, voters have a rosier view. Fifty-three percent of registered voters surveyed in the latest Gallup poll said their own House member deserves reelection while 39 percent said otherwise.
Those numbers represent a slide downward from May, when 57 percent said their member of Congress deserves reelection, although the shift is not as marked as the increase in broader pessimism toward Congress as a whole.
Taken together with recent surveys showing the congressional approval rating at a dismal 9 percent, the Gallup poll is a reminder to members that voters are deeply dissatisfied with the 112th Congress, which, as The Post’s Ben Pershing notes, will this month wrap up one of the least productive sessions in recent years.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

The Corzine Scandal and What the MF Global Fallout Could Mean |

Posted on December 2, 2011 at 12:07pm by Becket Adams

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Can we handle the truth? If this makes you angry, ask yourself why.  Caution: bad language.

Friday, November 25, 2011

front lines: The Death of the Individual

front lines: The Death of the Individual: The end of the road for western civ? The displacement of the “individual” as a primary category of social and political thought...

Monday, November 7, 2011

Don't betray the revolution by voting for the same old 2 party establishment power elite!  They will make you useful idiots and then trample you under their tanks when it suites their needs.  Prove you are nobody's slave.  Vote to overthrow the 2 parties! Remember Nov 5 but VOTE NOVEMBER 8!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Glenn McGuire

Glenn McGuire: If you dare to change things for the better, Occupy the 95th Virginia House District!

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

What happens after the Occupation?

What will we get after the occupation?  Have your benefactors given you the rest of the plan?  I say revolt from your hippy puppeteers and Occupy the GOP.  Put Ron Paul in the white-house and and actually go after the banker!

Ask yourself, If the bankers are really to blame, why isn't the current Justice Office going after them?  Why doesn't the current administration prosecute?  Why won't they even look at the books?  They think you are too dumb to ask even these basic questions.  They think you will be fine with destruction of the system and not hold anyone accountable.  They are counting on you to not vote or to vote in the same politicians that are benefiting from the system and will benefit more if you give them more power.

One thing they would never expect is for you to actually start to fix some of the problem and nominate that crazy Ron Paul whom they have ignored for decades.

I'm not just suggesting this to "stick it to the man" or to take down or take over the Republican Party, nor am I saying it because it's the most radical act that opposes every bastion of power that exists today including both political parties and the entire banking system.  Even though all of those things are true, the reason I suggest this is because it's a major step toward returning us to a system of self governance where the power resides in the people first and foremost.

Here's what you get for your vote: Ron Paul's plan

Sunday, October 9, 2011

1st Step toward the solution: Occupy GOP!

You've just occupied Wall Street. What's next? Going to Disney Land?  Going home now? Back to college or your mom's basement?  Done your part as a useful idiot to tear down the system?
The backers of this "grassroots" movement will tell you that the only option is destruction!
They feed your anger until you are willing to say;

  • Destroy the banks!  I don't need your loans.
  • Destroy the rich!  I don't need your jobs.
  • Destroy capitalism!  I don't need to profit.
  • Destroy the dollar!  I don't need my savings.
  • Destroy the republic!  I don't need my freedom.
OR, you can choose to actually fix things.  Let them know you are not just puppets of the wealthy and powerful organizers of "Occupy Wall Street" you think for yourself. You choose to actually make use of your numbers to make real change.  You choose not to prop up the same old progressive power elites that want to keep you dependent on big government.  Let them know that you are done being the poster child of victimhood in their political game. Let them know you are not the vicarious puppet of some aging hippy.

Say to them:
  • We do not occupy Wall Street to cry about our problems. 
  • We do not occupy Wall Street to beg for a solution.  
  • We occupy Wall Street to provide the solution!
  • We are the solution!
Now lets talk about the plan.  Real steps that we can take toward solving the problems we face.
If we agree that the banks are part of our problem, we need a government that will act on our behalf rather than collude with big banks against us.  That is something we can fix by getting someone in the white house that will audit the Fed. investigate bankers and prosecute those who break the law. This is possible but we have to be willing to stand up to even the powerful backers and union bosses.  There is no way right now to truly occupy the democrat party but we can occupy the GOP!

So here's the plan:
  1. First, occupy GOP
  2. Nominate Ron Paul
  3. Next, we occupy the vote in 2012!
  4. Prosecute the rich that don't pay their taxes.
  5. Audit the Federal Reserve.
  6. Prosecute any Bankers we find that have broken any law.
  7. Close the Federal Reserve Banking system.
If we are going to do this lets OCCUPY it!  This is not your father's hippy protest.  This is OCCUPY the VOTE!