Sunday, January 30, 2011


The following article explains what the Tea Party is now doing in Washington. The Tea Party members were not sent there to destroy the government but to put our elected servants and their staff back in their place. They were not elected to rule us but to govern for us and what we want for this country. We want to get rid of all of the Progressive's agenda and to dust off the Constitution and put this country back on the proper path. This is just the beginning and 2012 will place more Conservatives in position to correct past mistakes.

Sen. Paul says tea party holds power on Hill

by Seth McLaughlin Washington Times

To those who predicted that the tea party movement would get swallowed up by Washington, Sen. Rand Paul says the cynics have got it completely backward — it's the tea party that has co-opted Capitol Hill.

The Kentucky Republican said in an interview that President Obama and most lawmakers have lined up behind the tea party's drive to end earmarks, while House and Senate Republicans are pushing bills to cut spending and repeal the president's health care overhaul — two more of the movement's top priorities.

Mr. Paul is a leading member of one of the most closely watched new class of lawmakers to hit Capitol Hill in a long time — tea party activists and political newcomers whose energy helped usher in a GOP majority in the House and an expanded Republican minority in the Senate.

"People asked whether we would be co-opted by Washington, I think we are co-opting Washington," Mr. Paul told The Washington Times, just hours after he and two colleagues held the first meeting of the Senate's Tea Party Caucus, which they said would serve as the liaison between the grass-roots movement and the people it helped propel to power.

"The president of the United States has been co-opted by the tea party,"Mr. Paul told the more than 200 people in attendance. He noted that in his State of the Union address Mr. Obama vowed to veto bills that include earmarks and to undo part of the health care law that imposes burdensome tax filing requirements on businesses.

Mr. Paul, whose crushing defeat of an establishment Republican in the primary and his victory in the general election epitomized the tea party's rising influence last year, said he supports the new House practice of requiring lawmakers to cite constitutional authority for each bill they offer. He has also introduced a 12-page bill that he said will cut $500 billion in federal spending immediately.

Dwarfing the other cost-cutting proposals on the table, Mr. Paul's plan would gut the Education and Energy departments and impose across-the-board spending cuts, including in the Pentagon's budget. He dismissed criticism that his plan is too radical.

"Most of official Washington thinks that is way too dramatic, but, guess what — it's not enough," Mr. Paul said. He argued that Mr. Obama's plan to freeze some domestic spending over the next five years "falls completely flat" because it affects only about 12 percent of the budget and does not begin to roll back the dramatic spending increases of the last two years.

Speaking at the Tea Party Caucus kickoff, fellow founding member Sen. Jim DeMint, South Carolina Republican, applauded Mr. Paul's proposal, telling the crowd that when the Kentuckian rolled out the plan many people wanted to brush it aside because it came from a "far right-winger."

"But if I walk through this crowd, I'm hearing, 'Why aren't you cutting $1.5 trillion? That's what our deficit is," Mr. DeMint said, garnering applause and laughter from the audience.

But passing Mr. Paul's spending cuts will be an uphill battle as both parties have played a hand in increasing the size of the federal budget, while failing to find ways to pay for the additional spending.

However, tea party activists hope that will change now that the recent election has breathed new life into the anti-government, anti-spending philosophy that they say fell out of fashion under President George W. Bush and during the first two years of the Obama administration.

Thursday's town-hall-style caucus meeting was organized by Mr. Paul,Mr. DeMint and Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, and featured guest appearances from Sens. Patrick J. Toomey, the Pennsylvania Republican who has not joined the group, and Jerry Moran, the Kansas Republican who announced his intent to become part of the caucus.

The lawmakers said they hope the caucus will help the tea party as it transitions from a protest movement into a serious legislative machine that can defend the Constitution, battle government overreach and take aim at the deficits and the $14 trillion national debt.

A crucial early test for the caucus will center on whether to raise the federal government's debt ceiling. Mr. Toomey dismissed as "factually untrue" claims that a failure to immediately raise the debt ceiling would result in the federal government defaulting on its loans.

"We should take off the table the false argument that failure to immediately raise the debt ceiling results in the default on our loans," Mr. Toomey said. He has proposed a 13-line bill that says in the "event that we don't raise the debt ceiling, the Treasury is hereby instructed to make debt service the first priority."

Mr. Toomey, echoing the sentiment of caucus members, said that lawmakers should raise the nation's borrowing limit only after enacting significant spending cuts and budget reforms, including a balanced-budget amendment that many tea party supporters see as a crucial tool needed to pull the country out of the red ink.

"The opportunity in my view is to use this moment to insist we are going to change the fiscal course of this country," he said.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

N. O. E.

N.O.E. Military helicopters low level flying called 'nap of the earth'. I enjoyed riding Blackhawk helicopters whenever they did this type of flying. This was the best amusement ride I have ever been on...

Helicopter Page

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Destroying the Middle-Class

Robert Kiyosaki is proposing that currently the ultra-rich are trying to destroy the American Middle-Class and leave this country as a two class system, the haves and have nots.

We're sitting on a ticking time bomb. Be prepared.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Inspiration of our Freedom

Pixelated Evil

This has to be some of the funniest stuff that I have ever seen. It is set in the 011 District of the Chicago Police Department. I could not stop laughing at this. Things never change in good ole Filmore. Stay safe. Enjoy!

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Tragedy on Democracy

The Tuscon shootings that occurred on January 8, 2011 was a tragedy on our Democracy. It was a horrible action by a very troubled and deranged individual, Jared Lee Loughner. The MSM's treatment of this incident is abhorring. They have gone into their Leftist rhetoric that it was the Republicans and the Tea Party's faulty.

Senator Dick Durbin misstated on CNN that this event occurred because of free speech from Conservatives on talk radio in which he suggested that the offender was influenced for his actions. WHAT? The Progressives spin miesters are hard at work as they take this incident in their desperation to maintain control of their quickly downward spinning of their Marxist agenda. He also started down the failed road of gun control.

It also is an event which shows that law enforcement should stay out of politics when people like Democrat Sheriff Clarence D. Lupkin of Tuscon Arizona supporting laws that only further promote their Leftist agenda. The Progressives have been ignoring the laws that they feel run contrary to their beliefs, such as Arizona's immigration laws. He was also seen on tv, irresponsibly giving blame for this horrible incident that occurred as the fault of talk radio.

The Left is desperate. This individual is not a Tea Party supporter nor a Conservative. He was more of a Progressive then anything else. Jared L. Loughnor was an evil and deranged man. Take a good look at this individuals reading list. I didn't see the Constitution on it but I did see the writings of the Left. This individual was more a Leftwing nutjob just by two of his favorite books being Mien Kampf and the Communist Manifesto.

Jared L. Loughnor's view. You should view it and see what type of person that he was. The Progressives will always have a hard time with evidence.

Here is CNN blaming this event on Gov. Sarah Palin. This is something that I found interesting. They fear her and they have not stopped attacking her. This is once again more proof of the Marxist leanings of the MSM. CNN did everthing they could to tie this event to Gov. Sarah Palin.. This is very irresponsible reporting by the Leftist MSM but not unusual.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Rumors of War

Matthew 24:6

"And ye will hear of wars, and rumors of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet."

This link is an article about current and possible wars this year.

Happy New Years 2011

I'm still continue to wait for the flying cars but all I see is an ever growing government planning for me to drive an electric golf cart. We are already over a decade into the new century and all I see is America in decline. We must continue to do our part to continue to restore the Founding Father's Constitution and rid the heavy burden of the Progressive's Supreme Court Constitution. We must continue to be vigilant because our freedoms are in danger of being lost forever.

God Bless You, Fellow Patriots.