The “get out of our way” message to Obama, Progressives, and the Progressive Movement appears to be taking hold with the American people. While the Tea Party Convention may very well be a political revolution against the corrupt United States Government I question the possibility of this political revolution escalating into a new civil war depending on the degree of corrupt practices by the U.S. Government interfering with the elections in like manner to The Battle of Athens, Tennessee, August 1-2, 1946. You need only to review my post from April 21, 2009, The Battle of Athens, Tenn. 1946 is the Origin of U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Report on Rightwing Extremist Slamming U.S. Veterans and Second Amendment Advocates! to realize the possibility of this political revolution being forced to escalate into a Call to Arms against the U.S. Government. It is within the realm of human capacity and propensity to resort to violence (i.e., power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely in regard to Progressives in positions of power and the Progressive Movement moving exponentially closer to their goals under the Clover-Piven Strategy on forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. The Clover-Piven Strategy seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.) See the 38 minute video of Joseph Farah’s speech at the Tea Party Convention.
EXCERPT FROM SARAH PALIN SPEECH AT THE TEA PARTY CONVENTION:
“Our government needs to adopt a pro-market agenda that doesn’t pick winners and losers but it invites competition and it levels the playing field for everyone. Washington has got to, across the board, lower taxes for small businesses so that our mom and pops can reinvest and hire people so that our businesses can thrive. They should support competition. Support innovation. Reward hard work. And they should do all that they can to make sure that the game is fair without that undue corrupt influence. And then they need to get government out of the way. If they would do this our economy, it would roar back to life. For instance, on healthcare, we need bipartisan solutions to help families, not increased taxes.”
IN THE NEWS:
COLORADO: Marianne Goodman, Tax Exemptions at Heart of Controversy, The Colorado Statesman, Febraury 5, 2010: The battle over ending tax exemptions to help the state cover a $140 million budget shortfall is now in its second week at the state Capitol. … Rob McNealy, a small business owner from Aurora, said the conversation on tax exemptions worried him. “You don’t tax people who create jobs,” he exclaimed. “If you get out of our way, us private sector folks will fix the economy.” McNealy said he owned an Internet business with affiliate relationships and had received termination notices from out-of-state businesses. “You guys need to figure out if this is what you want,” he said.
ONLINE: Jim Cramer, On Jobs, Let Business Take It From Here, TheStreet.com (RealMoney Columnist), Memo to Washington: Shut up. Get out of our way. Stop talking about health. Debate some financial reform but stop the rhetoric. Walk away from cap-and-trade and don’t even think about card check which, of course, is next after these other confidence-derailing issues.
NORTH SAND DIEGO & SW RIVERSIDE COUNTIES: LETTERS TO NORTH COUNTY TIMES, February 2, 2010: Taking back our country
Pack your bags, any Democrats running or up for re-election in 2010. We, the American people, have had it with Democrats not listening to us. We are the voters; they work for us.
They are spending our grandchildren’s money. They are trying to pass health reform that we the people don’t want. This is just another tax. Government, get out of our way.
They are taxing us to death with their regulation and cap and trade.
They are growing government and killing our jobs. We can’t afford more government.
Stop the socialist, communist agenda. We the American people don’t want it. We are going to take our country back now and in 2010.