Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Who Can Make The Big Changes In Washington? We Need Your Support, Thanks!


Political Halloween 2008 Trick or Treat VIEW VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b8zPC21nKk

Happy Political Halloween 2008! Frankly, given what has been happening this week with the economy *all politicians* are pretty scary. Who scares you more? McCain? Obama? Republicans? Democrats?

MY BIG PITCH for John McCain and Sarah Palin, worth repeating! Finally a reason lacking all sense of political humor and silliness for why we should all vote for John McCain: old people are frugal.

VOTE FOR: John McCain and Sarah Palin Nov. 4, 2008Click Here http://www.johnmccain.com/ thanks!

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I believe that McCain-Palin with the rest of our ticket for reform best represents our best hope for America and are ready to serve our country. With your help and support, we can make this happen on November 4th. Stand with us now and join our team. We need your support, James Everitt http://www.johnmccain.com/

I’m for lower taxes and smaller government, because lower taxes are better for families, property owners, and small businesses. With lower taxes, businesses have more money to invest, hire, and provide services. Less government bureaucracy improves the business climate, promotes economic growth, and reduces unemployment.

And if we limit the scope of the federal government in accordance with the constitution, we decrease spending and reducing taxes, increasing our liberty in several ways:

(1) Liberty is increased when government is reduced to its essential and necessary functions, because there is no longer a role for lobbyists fighting to increase pork for their favorite non-essential, unnecessary programs.

(2) Liberty is increased when more government functions and decisions are handled at the state and local levels, closer to the American people.

(3) Liberty is increased when individual citizens have more responsibility and when government has less control.

(4) Limited government leads to lower taxes, and with lower taxes, liberty is increased because businesses have more of their own money to invest, hire, and provide services. Less government bureaucracy improves the business climate and promotes job growth.

(5) Limited government leads to lower taxes, which is better for families and property owners. With lower taxes, liberty is increased because individuals and families have more of their own money - increased take-home pay - for their needs: food, clothing, housing, education, health insurance, and retirement.

(6) When people are able to provide for themselves, they are more likely to achieve prosperity and less dependent on government programs. In turn, this leads to further reduction in government spending, allowing the remaining money to be targeted to legitimate needs, such as military veterans, orphans, and people with severe disabilities.

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Thanks,
James Everitt
http://www.everittjames.blogspot.com/

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2 comments:

Better Home Business said...

What does the triumvirate of Obama-Pelosi-Reid offer?

Rep. Barney Frank is calling for new tax hikes on the most successful and a 25 percent across-the-board slash in national defense. Sen. John Kerry is talking up new and massive federal spending, a la FDR's New Deal. Specifically, we can almost surely expect:

(1) Swift amnesty for 12 million to 20 million illegal aliens and a drive to make them citizens and register them, as in the Bill Clinton years. This will mean that Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona will soon move out of reach for GOP presidential candidates, as has California.

(2) Border security will go on the back burner, and America will have a virtual open border with a Mexico of 110 million.

(3)Taxes will be raised on the top 5 percent of wage-earners, who now carry 60 percent of the U.S. income tax burden, and tens of millions of checks will be sent out to the 40 percent of wage-earners who pay no federal income tax. Like the man said, redistribute the wealth, spread it around.

(4) Social Security taxes will be raised on the most successful among us, and capital gains taxes will be raised from 15 percent to 20 percent. The Bush tax cuts will be repealed, and death taxes reimposed.

(5) Two or three more liberal activists of the Ruth Bader Ginsberg-John Paul Stevens stripe will be named to the Supreme Court. U.S. district and appellate courts will be stacked with"progressives.”

(6) Special protections for homosexuals will be written into all civil rights laws, and gays and lesbians in the military will be invited to come out of the closet. "Don't ask, don't tell" will be dead.

(7) The homosexual marriages that state judges have forced California, Massachusetts and Connecticut to recognize, an Obama Congress or Obama court will require all 50 states to recognize.

(8) A "Freedom of Choice Act" nullifying all state restrictions on abortions will be enacted. America will become the most pro-abortion nation on earth.

(9) Affirmative action — hiring and promotions based on race, sex and sexual orientation until specified quotas are reached — will be rigorously enforced throughout the U.S. government and private sector.

(10) Universal health insurance will be enacted, covering legal and illegal immigrants, providing another powerful magnet for the world to come to America, if necessary by breaching her borders.

(11) A federal bailout of states and municipalities to keep state and local governments spending up could come in December or early next year.

(12) The first trillion-dollar deficit will be run in the first year of an Obama presidency. It will be the first of many.

(13) Welcome to Obamaism, Change You Can Count On!


"Straight Talk From Fred Thompson"

Thompson: You got a few minutes?

It's time for those of us who are concerned about our nation's future to focus on what's at stake in this year's elections.

This is a time of great challenge for our country.

We know that somewhere in the world our worst enemies either have, or are trying to get their hands on, the most dangerous weapons known to man. Small rogue nations are developing nuclear weapons and threatening our allies. Large nations are engaged in massive military buildups.

At home we are girding for the possible onset of a recession. If this wasn't America, I might be worried. But very soon we will go to the polls and set a path that will determine how we respond to these challenges.

It'll be a decision that we'll make not only for ourselves but very possibly for generations to come.

John McCain's entire life has been devoted to defending those principles that made our country great. His life has been one of duty, honor, dedication, sacrifice.

He's been involved in every major domestic and foreign policy issue for three decades and has fought to reform Washington in ways that would change our country for the better.

Responsible change is the essence of conservatism. We must change in order to preserve what's best about our country.

We've always been able to accommodate constructive change without turning our back on our first principles.

We must do it again.

However, that does not include staking everything upon the eloquence and inexperience of one who has towed the extreme liberal and partisan line his entire political life, as much as he tries to blur that fact now.

This is the choice that we have in this election.

Let's hope that for our nation's sake that we choose well.

Thank you
Fred Thompson

Country First - Duty - Honor - Integrity - Service

I believe that McCain-Palin with the rest of our ticket for reform best represents our best hope for America and are ready to serve our country. With your help and support, we can make this happen on November 4th. Stand with us now and join our team.

We need your support,
James Everitt
http://www.johnmccain.com

Country First - Duty - Honor - Integrity - Service,

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Better Home Business said...

Political Halloween 2008 Trick or Treat
VIEW VIDEO:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b8zPC21nKk

Happy Political Halloween 2008! Frankly, given what has been happening this week with the economy *all politicians* are pretty scary. Who scares you more? McCain? Obama? Republicans? Democrats?

MY BIG PITCH for John McCain and Sarah Palin, worth repeating! Finally a reason lacking all sense of political humor and silliness for why we should all vote for John McCain: old people are frugal.

VOTE FOR: John McCain and Sarah Palin Nov. 4, 2008
Click Here http://www.johnmccain.com thanks!