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Why You Must Vote!

DanPictureTLC20062-768x1024From AMAC’s President, Dan Weber

YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN MOST STATES IN THIS ELECTION!

Seven states are so close that the control of the senate is in balance.

Many governors are running for re-election and the control of state legislations hangs on the outcome of this election. Think of this….there is a real possibility that a future president will win his or her first election for a much lower position this year. If we don’t elect good young candidates – we won’t have great candidates to lead our nation in the future.

SO VOTE…AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY WITH YOU!

                                                               – Dan Weber


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John G
7 years ago

I drafted a “Why Vote” document, but life interrupts – largely to the Recession!! You may be interested in draft below:

ALL U.S. CITIZENS SHOULD VOTE IN EVERY ELECTION, ESPECIALLY ON NOVEMBER 3RD, TO:
1. Thank the God we worship and trust and/or the principles or ideas that motivate and sustain us, for our amazing country – a country so good that immigrants yet come in droves, risk their lives, pay their life’s savings, climb giant fences and walk for weeks to join in our “American Dream”;
2. Remember that the USA was the first country ever organized based on the inalienable rights of citizens; the first ever established with the government reporting to the people, and thus our Constitution says our country is: “of the people, by the people and for the people”;
3. Exercise each citizen’s great responsibility to vote, so the elected will recognize and remember both the special powers of citizens and will govern based on our votes, positions and views;
4. Advise the elected and all government parties that:
a. Laws protecting the rights of individual citizens are paramount, greatly more important than expanding government services to such citizens or visitors or others;
b. Laws should encourage and reward the self-reliant first and foremost, while recognizing that some can never provide for themselves. Thus, the self-reliant that provide support for those who cannot be self-reliant should be rewarded even more;
c. The definition of “self-reliant” should be: “Any citizen who cares for himself/herself and an immediate family in every aspect of life by working within our laws”. Helen Keller, born deaf, blind and mute, became more than self-reliant through her own strong desires and lots of hard work … but she did have assistance! She was the embodiment of “being taught to fish”, not “being given fish”. All cannot do as she did – yet some or many will do more, and some or many will do less. All citizens with a deep desire and an ability to do useful work should be assisted for a time. Those who do not qualify should be cared for by families, groups and our government, each to the extent possible;
5. Advise the elected and all government employees/parties that the basic goals for laws passed by the peoples’ elected senators and representatives and carried out by all of our governments involve “equality under law”, “general welfare”, and “common good” as our legal foundations;
6. Federal rights and taxes are as delineated in the current Constitution or as amended; all other rights are state rights;
7. Federal taxes must be used only for the purposes defined when such taxes are defined and entered under law; no specifically purposed tax can ever be added to the general fund; and any and every general fund tax must expire every 2 years, and be reviewed and reenacted or die;
8. Reaffirm majority rule and minority rights – and ratify some principles preventing the majority from diminishing or injuring a minority and V-V – thus considering and codifying laws for the impassioned and emboldened minority with the noise, desire and passion beyond what our Constitution allows;
9. Freedom of – or from – religion must be considered by governments per 1, 5 and 8;
Etc.;
10. “Special Interests” should be allowed, but are NOT for the “common good” or “general welfare”! Unless we ALL vote, a few can win, as in Germany pre-WWII, etc/. etc.
11. Our Constitution is in danger of being changed without the 2/3rd majority – we, the “general” public and the “common” peple must ALL vote or face the consequences, whatever they may be. VOTE!!

John G
7 years ago

I drafted a “Why Vote” document, but life interrupts – largely to the Recession!! You may be interested in draft below:

ALL U.S. CITIZENS SHOULD VOTE IN EVERY ELECTION, ESPECIALLY ON NOVEMBER 3RD, TO:
1. Thank the God we worship and trust and/or the principles or ideas that motivate and sustain us, for our amazing country – a country so good that immigrants yet come in droves, risk their lives, pay their life’s savings, climb giant fences and walk for weeks to join in our “American Dream”;
2. Remember that the USA was the first country ever organized based on the inalienable rights of citizens; the first ever established with the government reporting to the people, and thus our Constitution says our country is: “of the people, by the people and for the people”;
3. Exercise each citizen’s great responsibility to vote, so the elected will recognize and remember both the special powers of citizens and will govern based on our votes, positions and views;
4. Advise the elected and all government parties that:
a. Laws protecting the rights of individual citizens are paramount, greatly more important than expanding government services to such citizens or visitors or others;
b. Laws should encourage and reward the self-reliant first and foremost, while recognizing that some can never provide for themselves. Thus, the self-reliant that provide support for those who cannot be self-reliant should be rewarded even more;
c. The definition of “self-reliant” should be: “Any citizen who cares for himself/herself and an immediate family in every aspect of life by working within our laws”. Helen Keller, born deaf, blind and mute, became more than self-reliant through her own strong desires and lots of hard work … but she did have assistance! She was the embodiment of “being taught to fish”, not “being given fish”. All cannot do as she did – yet some or many will do more, and some or many will do less. All citizens with a deep desire and an ability to do useful work should be assisted for a time. Those who do not qualify should be cared for by families, groups and our government, each to the extent possible;
5. Advise the elected and all government employees/parties that the basic goals for laws passed by the peoples’ elected senators and representatives and carried out by all of our governments involve “equality under law”, “general welfare”, and “common good” as our legal foundations;
6. Federal rights and taxes are as delineated in the current Constitution or as amended; all other rights are state rights;
7. Federal taxes must be used only for the purposes defined when such taxes are defined and entered under law; no specifically purposed tax can ever be added to the general fund; and any and every general fund tax must expire every 2 years, and be reviewed and reenacted or die;
8. Reaffirm majority rule and minority rights – and ratify some principles preventing the majority from diminishing or injuring a minority and V-V – thus considering and codifying laws for the impassioned and emboldened minority with the noise, desire and passion beyond what our Constitution allows;
9. Freedom of – or from – religion must be considered by governments per 1, 5 and 8;
Etc.;
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Ivan Berry
7 years ago

Well, the decision to limit commenting this week just got blown out of the water after reading all the comments on this article, so here goes:
To BOB BARD and all those who vote Libertarian, do you not understand that Libertarians are not all alike? Some follow the CATO line and advocate for those positions that are often anathma to mainstream (or what was mainstream) sentiments, like open borders, gay marriage, abortion, trade agreements that are but regional unions that can and will be joined to other regional UN sponsored inititives, while others are of the Paleo-Libertarian or Classic Liberal ideology, which more aligns with the current Conservative right wing ideas. One must still do diligent study to know what the canditate stands for.
Even as we go kicking and screaming to the polls, the idea that this is possibly the last dying breath of a once great Republic means that in order to buy the time that could allow a return to greatness can only be bought by voting straight Republican (at least at the national level), otherwise the opportunity could and likely would eternally be lost.
Like many who are disheartened and feel that it is almost moot as to who gets elected, we still attempt to go for the least objectionable and the chance that time can be put to better use if the Republicans gain in majority.
If per chance, the Republicans do prevail, then all of us must get busy, busier than ever before, to try and influence our representatives in the direction we must go to return to a true Constitutional Government, based on the founding principles that made us an attraction to the world.
Once the process begins, we can address things like Administrative Law, Presidential misconduct, Courts’ malfeasance, Common Core, Agenda 21, UN sustainability, voter id, medical care provisions and the mass of other problems that it took us over a hundred years to install piece by piece.
And while doing all that, we must not forget to address our principles to others, and especially to the youngsters who will be doing the voting after we are but a memory. Make the issues personal such that they will understand the impact on them should they fail to do what our generation was unable or unwilling to accomplish. Let them know that we care what befalls them as much as what happens to us. Let them see by example what we stand for and what we must stand against. Otherwise our nation and our people will go into that twilight of a failing empire and all the world will become a Socialist quagmire that will eventually devolve into a feudal Plutocratic Totalirian Global Government in which the only Liberty will be for those Plutocrats living in their fortresses while the people live like so much livestock to be mined for the comforts and pleasures of the elite.
Vote like your nation’s survival depended upon it. It does.

George S. Reagan, Sr.
7 years ago

Voting is not only a Right but a Responsibility. I would go as far as to say a Requirement but that would be infringing on your Rights whether or not you want to vote. The Right and Freedom of Self Expression includes the option to vote, to express yourself or your opinion. Today, there’s no excuse not to vote as there are numerous opportunities to vote, by mail, early voting, more places to vote, transportation assistance, voter photo ID assistance and others. The participants in the politics are well publicized, mud slinging and all, and should be visible to all by way of TV, radio, news papers and mailers. So, don’t give me that “it’s too hard” or “too complicated” …. because it isn’t. Besides, it’s your Right and your Responsibility as a true American Patriot given to everyone by out Constitution. I’ll see you at the polls on traditional voting day. Retired mechanical engineer, Fort Worth, TX.

Darlene Keller
7 years ago

How does one become informed on what the Supreme Court candidates stand for? I try to be an informed voter, but I’m having trouble locating this particular piece of information.

GARY
7 years ago
Reply to  Darlene Keller

Darlene Keller Posted 11/01/2014 at 10:39 pm

“How does one become informed on what the Supreme Court candidates stand for? I try to be an informed voter, but I’m having trouble locating this particular piece of information.”

Hopefully this will help-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appointment_and_confirmation_to_the_Supreme_Court_of_the_United_States

Phil Croteau
7 years ago
Reply to  Darlene Keller

Darlene, the citizens do not vote for Supreme Court justices.
The President, or whatever ineligible person is occupying the
Oval Office, sends his nominations to the Senate, which approves
them or does not.
If there is a U.S. Senate race in your state this year, you must be
sure to know what those candidates stand for, because they are
the ones who get to vote on Supreme Court justices.

Catherine Boland
7 years ago
Reply to  Phil Croteau

Phil, In some states, state Supreme Court Justices are indeed on the ballot (as in Michigan). Darlene, You can do a search of the names that will be on the ballot and, hopefully, get some information on each person that will help you decide. Remember, though, going to the person’s website will only give you information that they want you to know, so searching articles about that person might be of some help (always with a grain of salt remembering that most newspapers are no unbiased).

KarenFaye
7 years ago

We early voted this morning. There are times I think “why bother” to vote – but then, if there’s a shred of hope that my vote might help remove some career moron from office, I rush to cast it. I do know that every NO VOTE is a VOTE for a person you don’t want — so vote your party even if the guy is a confessed serial rapist. (well, maybe don’t vote for that one!)

All I do know for sure is, if there isn’t something or someone to turn this country in a different direction soon; we’re all in deep trouble! The worse it gets, the more our daily lives are like snorkeling in a septic tank.

HisHoney
7 years ago

WOW! All these complaints. How many of you have gotten involved? Not many, I’ll bet. You sit there and spout off, but don’t do a thing about it. How are your representatives supposed to know how you feel if you don’t tell them. On top of that, your complaining has discouraged others from voting. So, a lot of this blame is squarely YOURS!
Yup, I’m a senior, and handicapped, and yes, I have ALWAYS voted and contacted my representatives when I disagree. You know what I’m told? They didn’t know how people felt about some of these issues. No one tells them, and they can’t read minds. You want change??? GET OUT THERE AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!!!

GARY
7 years ago
Reply to  HisHoney

HisHoney 11/01/2014 at 4:29 pm

“How are your representatives supposed to know how you feel if you don’t tell them?”

Oh…You mean like the vote on OBAMA-CARE?

They only care about campaign contributions and pay-offs. You want a truly Representative Government? Start a PAC and buy their votes. It is how all of it works.

PaulE
7 years ago
Reply to  GARY

Gary,

No Republicans voted for Obamacare. It was rammed through on a purely party-line vote by the Democrats in both houses of Congress. So the Republicans actually listened to their constituents, unlike the Democrats who were consumed with the prospect of fulfilling one of the major dreams of Progressivism.

PaulE
7 years ago
Reply to  HisHoney

HISHONEY,

Very well said. Keep it up! Citizenship is NOT the spectator sport many appear to want it to be. Where their only obligation is to vote every two years and then be oblivious to the issues and what their representatives are doing on their so-called behalf. Only when the people are motivated and involved is government ever held accountable and controlled.

Kevin Seitz
7 years ago

Even though it’s a choice between Tweedledum and Tweedledee, I’m still going to vote. Since we still get to pick our poisons, I pick the less poisonous viper.
Besides, since liberalism is a form of criminal-level insanity, I vote for the candidate who doesn’t qualify for confinement in an institution.
I often wonder if it really matters, since ALL candidates MUST be approved by the New World Order gangsters to ensure that THEIR agenda is the ONLY agenda…….

GARY
7 years ago

Why bother to vote? This is not a democracy and whomever is elected will be or soon be just another unethical thief. Human nature. You can only hope for the less of two evils

Even I fell for the OBAMA promises (somewhat), after the damage Bush did and the damage(s) I knew McCain would most likely do.

As for OBAMA, he has fulfilled all of his wishes. He has done what Hitler, Tojo and Stalin were never able to do. He has destroyed a once great nation. It will never escape or recover from all of the polices and social adjustments that he (and Federal Bureaucracies) have initiated.

I am now awaiting my IRS audit.

Kevin Seitz
7 years ago
Reply to  GARY

Your comment is exactly why I have learned how to identify wild foods which are edible by humans. It’s not that I would want America to fall, which I don’t, it’s that you are more correct than you may realize. Too many un-American policies have been pushed here for too long, and it may already be too late to undo the damage.
I’d love to be wrong about this.

PTBA
7 years ago
Reply to  GARY

Wow, Dan Weber must have touched a nerve. But what’s surprising is the negativism and from this generation yet. Don’t give up so easily. Turn off the “talking heads” on TV, or at least learn how to listen to them. They may have lots of numbers to throw around, but you have much more experience, you’ve paid the taxes, you’ve raised your kids, you’ve started and ran your business, and you’ve likely forgot more about human nature that they know. If that experience is used against them, correctly and in large numbers, they’ll come around or lose their job. If previous generations acted defeatist we could not have made it through the great depression and two world wars. Come on folks, email your representatives, let your thoughts be known, it’s easy, they all have web sites. Then when they answer, match their words with their actions, at least they’ll know you know who they are. My Representative already knows my vote is lost when he replied with a mushy non-answer to my question regarding Obama bypassing congress. If they’re good let them know, but if not let them know that too.

PaulE
7 years ago
Reply to  PTBA

PTBA,

See my reply to your original post below. You and several others on this site get it, but the rampant negativity being expressed by the majority of the posts today is horrible.

Rik
7 years ago

What really disgusts me of our so-called representatives is the predominance of law school educated buffoons that get elected! That’s 38% of the House and 57% of the Senate! These practioners of “reasonable doubt” are what’s wrong with our elected representatives. Of course, we don’t seem to have much choice when both party’s candidates are attorneys. I will always vote for the Republican, but it certainly leaves a bad taste in my mouth when the candidate went to law school! To me, this is the biggest problem I have with our elected officials today. These attorney politicians never seem to want to take a “definite” stance that might eventually prove to be a “wrong” choice. They “waffle” on making hard choices because they “can’t afford” to be wrong! Perhaps that’s why the Republican strategy of “see what damage the Democrats have done” keeps the upcoming election in doubt when it should be an avalanche of Republican victories. For example, why is it a Republican like Chris Christie can become Governor of such a “blue” state like New Jersey? Perhaps it’s because he’s just another “reasonable doubt ” attorney that confuses the electorate. Do Republican strategy makers really think he would be attractive to Democrats nationwide because of this small success? I certainly don’t want another Bush! Heck, if Republicans really want a presidential candidate that would be attractive to Democrats nationwide look no further than Dr. Ben Carson! … A minority candidate! Especially that he never went to law school! A medical doctor at that. Imagine, a candidate who really knows first hand, what kind of health care this country needs! A ” real” Christian to boot! Not one of these phony attorney politicians that showcase their Christianity only on Ash Wednesday and Christmas! Plus, Dr. Ben is a real Conservative! … He has my vote, my hope and my prayers!

Peter Pundys
7 years ago

Unfortunately most common sense conservatives get wiped out by the rigid party line group in the primaries. So no reasonable candidates need apply. Voting for what’s chosen takes away all interest to vote. I don’t need an extreme conservative any more, than I need a liberal . So I do my duty, but with no interest.

Tom
7 years ago

Thank you AMAC. On the voting, I know everyone should vote, but sometimes it seems it doesn’t matter, the same crooks just keep getting in, you know the ones, the career politians. It gets very disgusting. And now that election time is here, you hear from every politian you never even heard of, “Vote for me”!!

PTBA
7 years ago
Reply to  Tom

Voters, voters, voters, that’s the key. If we could just figure out how to get them interested. Typically, less than 50% of voters turn out for mid-term elections. That’s, absolutely, pathetic. “Protest” votes can produce bad results, especially now that Democrats have realized a liberal candidate can be “labeled” as Libertarian, or Tea Party, and effectively siphon votes that would go to the conservative candidate … result, a Democrat win. Well informed voters can help prevent this tactic by choosing good candidates in primary elections, but better yet, don’t fall for a candidate’s affiliation label (Tea Party, Independent, Libertarian). Get to know the candidate. What’s their history? What job did they have? In what organizations are they members? With the internet this research is easy. And by all means, if a candidate does not live up to promises, dump them at the first chance. Eric Cantor (R-VA) learned that lesson last year during the Republican Primaries. He did not perform to expectations, his voters dumped him. It’s just that simple. Remember, Dems are good at winning elections, they just can’t govern well. But first, our voters must get interested.

PaulE
7 years ago
Reply to  PTBA

PTBA,

Yes, you actually get it! There are a few of us that understand the level of personal investment and hard work that goes into being both well-informed, as well as also being a responsible citizen of this country. Everyone has to do their homework. Check out the voting records and backgrounds of the candidates. Do your own research, so you’re ensured that what you find out about each of the candidates is accurate and not merely some “political spin” or a slick marketing campaign. Learn everything you can about all the issues. So you’re not reliant on a biased media, which is only concerned about protecting and promoting the progressive agenda, for your information.

I have to say I’m really amazed today at the level of negativity being expressed on this site. It sounds like a lot of people have already thrown in the towel, which of course would be music to the ears of the Democrats (Socialists) scrambling to save their seats this Tuesday. They would love a repeat of 2012, where four million Republicans decided to stay home because one thing or another wasn’t exactly perfect to what they ideally wanted. Have we learned NOTHING since then?

GET OFF YOUR COUCHES AND VOTE STRAIGHT-LINE REPUBLICAN PEOPLE! WE CANNOT, AS A NATION, AFFORD TO LOSE THIS ELECTION!!! There will be no coming back, if we do. Then hold the entire Republican-controlled Congress accountable, by pressuring them non-stop to push through a conservative agenda. Having the Senate pass the over 300 House bills already sitting on Harry Reid’s desk in the first 100 days would a good start. It’s all doable, but YOU have to do your part. Citizenship is NOT a spectator sport, where all you have to do is show up every couple of years to vote. Get involved and stay involved. Educate yourselves about the issues, so you’ll know when a politicians is lying to you on any issue.

Sorry for the rant, but throwing in the towel or protest votes for third-party candidates with ZERO chance of winning are NOT going to provide a viable opportunity to turn this country around before it’s too late.

CK
7 years ago

It would be helpful if you would publish the names of the “SEVEN STATES” that you referred to where the election is so close that control the senate will be affected. (I think that is what you meant by the leading statement?!) That way, conservatives in those states can work extra hard to spread the word and get out the vote. It certainly would be a good idea if only the votes from legitimately registered voters would be counted.

GARY
7 years ago
Reply to  CK

CK Posted 11/01/2014 at 10:16 am

“It certainly would be a good idea if only the votes from legitimately registered voters would be counted.”

Surely you jest.

We are now under Cook County Guidelines, where it is the usual practice to vote early and often. And who are you to determine how the dead and illegals should vote?

Bob Bard
7 years ago

We only have a one party government with two branches, Both branches stink as they vote the same way. We have been following the path of decline like the Roman Empire most of the last century and it is getting worse. We can not stop this decline because both Rep and Dem got us in the mess on purpose and neither one has enough integrity to even try to get us out. I see no reason vote for a rep or dem. For the last 30 years I have been voting a straight Libertarian ticket as my protest to bad govenment. Reps are not going to set us free. I suspect that maybe the best thing is if no one votes as a protest, or everyone vote for only new guys instead of the old guys, This might put congress on it’s ear. Remember that our rights and freedoms have all been lost and the only thing we have left are privileges aand they have been diminishing since Kennedy. bush toook away as money or more than obama.
Bob

JOE OHIO
7 years ago

HEY RIK,
WHEN CALIMEXICO COLLAPSES UNDER THE WEIGHT OF THE COMMIE-SOCIALIST REGIME,
COME TO OHIO WHERE THE 2ND AMENDMENT IS STILL RESPECTED AND THE STATE IS STILL
GOVERNED BY SANE REPS. THE COST OF LIVING HERE IS REASONABLE AND THE STATE IN-
COME TAX WILL LEAVE YOU WITH ENOUGH MONEY TO BUY WARM CLOTHES FOR OUR LESS
THAN WARM WINTERS. WE ALSO SPEAK ENGLISH.
GOOD LUCK, JOE

RSW
7 years ago
Reply to  JOE OHIO

I live in Ohio, too, where Governor Kasich has expanded Medicaid coverage for which the taxpayers of Ohio will be paying long after Kasich is gone. He endorses Obamacare. He loves Common Core. John Boehner is a big proponent of passing amnesty, and he stands unchallenged in becoming Speaker for another term. I fail to see your cheerleading for this state. Yes, Kasich has been an improvement from the ultra liberal spender Ted Strickland, but he is also dragging us towards the same policies that are putting CA in the grave. All we need is the CA liberals to come here and we will be CA, NC, FL or VA in a few years.

PTBA
7 years ago

To RIK: It is estimated that four million Republicans stayed home in 2012 for the same “my-vote-don’t-count” reason you stated. So Romney lost, Obama won, and you now have the rest of the problems listed in your comment. Go vote RIK … lots of people died to give you that privilege and you already know the consequences of staying home.

yogiman
7 years ago
Reply to  PTBA

Obama did not win the election because he isn’t constitutionally eligible for that office. The biggest question is why did congress let it happen: And that includes the Republicans.

PTBA
7 years ago
Reply to  yogiman

The fact is, Obama is the current President of this Country. How he got there is why Dan Weber’s topic “Why You Must Vote” is timely and necessary. To list all rules and laws that have bypassed or ignored as a result of Obama’s (and Holder’s) policies and practices would be another subject. In fact, I wrote to my Congressman, told him I was concerned about Obama taking away my “voice” when he bypasses congress with Executive Orders and asked what’s being done about it. Never got a good answer, other than he has two copies of the Constitution on his desk. Right, I didn’t understand it either. I know what you’re saying about “eligible”, but we do live in the present.

Rik
7 years ago
Reply to  PTBA

PTBA: Of course I’ll vote. … What I meant is that here in Calimexico where 75% of the people vote for Socialist Democrats, my vote doesn’t really matter. Our electoral votes ALL go to Socialists in national elections anyway. Heck, we even have more “illegals” than we have Republicans!

PTBA
7 years ago
Reply to  Rik

Understand RIK. By the way, we have a photocopy of your State right next door. The “Peoples Republic of Illinois”. Maybe three Republicans in the whole state, but a guy named Bruce Rauner seems to be shaking things up a little and may well win the Governor’s job. Wishing you and your State luck RIK.

Rik
7 years ago

Jeez, I live in the glorious, state of euphoric CALIMEXICO. Do you really think my vote counts for anything here? My state is overrun with jackasses and donkeys on steroids. I truly expect Obama to reside here after his reign ends in Washington and then become our next governor … How could he lose?

yogiman
7 years ago
Reply to  Rik

Make sure you get his identity before you let him run prove he’s a citizen of the USA. Congress wouldn’t do it at the national level and okayed him to usurp our Oval Office.

Ninja Granny
7 years ago
Reply to  Rik

I’ve voted every election since 1964. The final result hasn’t always been favorable to conservatives; however if every
eligible voter casts his ballot, we’ll have a clearer picture that we’ve gotten ‘what we deserve’!!

So all of us must quit whining, get off our collective duffs and use the ballot box. As indicated by another reply, please respect and honor those who have sacrificed for our country so we can make comments today.

JIM PRICE
7 years ago
Reply to  Ninja Granny

Who you vote for is not important The only thing that matters is—- who counts the votes. Control the counters and you control everything. Cynic that I am, I have no faith in the current system that has been hi-jacked by the progressives. Throw the criminals out; — the well entrenched progressive Dems and Reps have been in power too long. High office attained through fraud and deceit is invalid. All things perpetrated by these usurpers of power should be declared unconstitutional and removed from the America that I love. If not now—- when?

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