Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Let the Vetting of Obama Begin

If you haven't heard yet, the first of Andrew Breitbart's videos showing a certain President's past will be shown tonight on Sean Hannity's show at 9:00pm EST on the Fox News Channel.

Here's a tidbit.

And also, if you haven't been there yet, has relaunched their website. It now incorporates all of the Big Sites (Journalism, Hollywood, Government and Peace) under one banner.

Y'all, this is getting serious and we all have work to do. This wasn't done four years ago, and the country has paid a terrible price: high unemployment rates (with the U-6 rate at 15.1%), real inflation  around 8%, record numbers of Americans living in poverty and on food stamps (I know I sound like a broken record, but I'm trying to hammer this home), high and rising gasoline and fuel costs that increase the price of goods, which is everything, you should know the rest by now.

I can't impress upon you how important it is for us to regain control of our country by finding, supporting, and electing people who share our goal of a smaller, less costly and less intrusive government. If we don't, today will looked upon as the "good old days," as things will only get worse.

Who wants today to be the "new normal?"

We don't have to accept this out-of-control government that we've inflicted upon ourselves. It is within our power to change it into the kind of government we want, with a robust economy, opportunity for all and greater freedom for us and for the world.

But if we sit on our hands and do nothing, we are in trouble. So get up and get informed. Start by watching Hannity's show tonight, educate yourself and your friends, talk to people. Persuade, cajole if you have to, but always do so in the spirit that abounds in our great country, namely neighborliness and patience. Remember you're speaking to a fellow citizen and that we're all in this together.

Don't be angry, be strong and cling to what you know is right in your heart.

If you do that, then you'll always say the right thing.

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