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Browsing Posts published in September, 2010

[Midnight tonight is the end of the final contribution reporting period before the November 2 election, so any monies received will be publicly disclosed in a few days. Candidates are asking for money before midnight basically so they can burnish their reputation and scare the bejeezus out of their competition. Any money received after midnight tonight will, I suspect, also be received gratefully and used. But if you want to help any of the following in the shock and awe department, make the contribution now.]

While you should always send financial support to your local candidates, you may be wondering “What more can I do right at this moment?” One thing you can do is send money to a candidate who will represent one more vote against Barack Obama’s effort to bankrupt our grandchildren. To that end, I encourage you to get your credit card out and send a few bucks to:

Christine O’Donnell

Running for U.S. Senate, from Delaware. If elected, would be eligible to vote in any lame duck session the Democrats attempt to hold prior to leaving office. She will be a vote for freedom and personal responsibility and she pisses off all the right people.

More about Christine O’Donnell here.

More about Christine O’Donnell here.

More about Christine O’Donnell here.

More about Christine O’Donnell here.

Christine O'Donnell

[UPDATE: If you are on the fence about whether Sean Bielat has a chance to unseat Barney Frank, read this article by Byron York. The name of the game for the next 32 days, my friends, is "pile on."]

While you should always send financial support to your local candidates, you may be wondering “What more can I do right at this moment?” One thing you can do is send money to a candidate who will represent one more vote against Barack Obama’s effort to bankrupt our grandchildren. To that end, I encourage you to get your credit card out and send a few bucks to:

Sean Bielat

Running for U.S. House of Representatives, from Massachusetts, against Barney Frank. If you need to know why it is important to retire Barney Frank, well, you probably should not be reading this blog.

More about Sean Bielat here.

More about Sean Bielat here.

More about Sean Bielat here.

Sean Bielat

While you should always send financial support to your local candidates, you may be wondering “What more can I do right at this moment?” One thing you can do is send money to a candidate who will represent one more vote against Barack Obama’s effort to bankrupt our grandchildren. To that end, I encourage you to get your credit card out and send a few bucks to:

Patrick Murray

Running for U.S. House of Representatives, from Virginia, against Jim Moran. If you want to know why it is important to retire Jim Moran, just google his name.

More about Patrick Murray here.

More about Patrick Murray here.

Patrick Murray

While you should always send financial support to your local candidates, you may be wondering “What more can I do right at this moment?” One thing you can do is give money to a candidate who will represent one more vote against Barack Obama’s effort to bankrupt our grandchildren. To that end, I encourage you to get your credit card out and send a few bucks to:

Ruth McClung

Running for U.S. House of Representatives, from Arizona. She is a rocket scientist – the real kind, not the “rocket scientist”-in-quotes kind like the one in the White House.

More about Ruth McClung here.

Ruth McClung

While you should always send financial support to your local candidates, you may be wondering “What more can I do right at this moment?” One thing you can do is give money to a candidate who will represent one more vote against Barack Obama’s effort to bankrupt our grandchildren. To that end, I encourage you to get your credit card out and send a few bucks to:

Joe Miller

Running for U.S. Senate, from Alaska. One of his opponents is Lisa Scumbucket Murkowski.

More about Joe Miller here.

More about Joe Miller here.

More about Joe Miller here.

Joe Miller

While you should always send financial support to your local candidates, you may be wondering “What more can I do right at this moment?” One thing you can do is give money to a candidate who will represent one more vote against Barack Obama’s effort to bankrupt our grandchildren. To that end, I encourage you to get your credit card out and send a few bucks to:

Charles Lollar

Running for U.S. House of Representatives, from Maryland, against current U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer.

More about Charles Lollar here.

More about Charles Lollar here.

More about Charles Lollar here.

Charles Lollar

Ted Nugent responds to the mushy GOP Pledge to America with a pledge as hard as his rock-and-roll — The Ted Pledge.

A few particularly good points:

Republicans should then call a news conference and burn the federal tax code on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol and then march right back into the Capitol and pass a Fair Tax. Until then, no taxes should be withheld from our paychecks. Americans should have to pay their taxes once a year so that they can see exactly how much of their income is swallowed up by Fedzilla. The GOP should pledge to move April 15, tax day, to the day before national elections in November. I assure you that would guarantee term limits.

The GOP should pledge that it will never introduce, support or pass a law that punishes the producers and rewards bloodsuckers.

The GOP should pledge to immediately stick a dagger in the heart of the death tax and all corporate taxes. This will free up untold trillions of dollars that can be used to get our economy roaring back to life and put Americans back to work.

Republicans should tell young Americans that Social Security is a Fedzilla financial Ponzi scheme and they will not receive a dime when they retire because Fedzillacrats have stolen all the money in the Social Security Trust Fund. The GOP should pledge to young workers that it will introduce legislation that will protect their IRAs and 401(k) investments from taxation when they retire.

I doubt many will have the cojones.