Republican presidential candidate and Texas Rep. Ron Paul joined his son, Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul, Monday, saying the recent decision by Standard and Poor’s to downgrade the credit rating of the U.S. is not the fault of the Tea Party.
Here’s a rundown of some interesting articles that makes you want to go “hmmm, WTF??? were they thinking?”
In the spirit of bipartisanship, I humbly offer this learning tool to help folks decide whether or not they really do want to vote Democrat in the 2010 midterms.
It’s been a busy week here and I haven’t had a chance to post much, but here are a few interesting articles to check out today, Thursday, 10/28/10 :
Ron Paul is America’s leading voice for limited, constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, a return to sound monetary policies, and a sensible foreign policy that puts America first.
The Tea Party in Utah flexed its muscle over the weekend and booted longtime establishment Republican senator, Bob Bennett, from office. Hooray! (Now, Arizona, please do America a favor and show John McCain the door!) Unfortunately, Tea Party activists were unsuccessful in Indiana, as longtime establishment Republican, Dan Coats, defeated the principled patriot, John Hostettler. Boo!
I’ve had it with politicians trying to portray “Tea Partiers” as some sort of “radical” or “terrorist.”
Military personnel blow the whistle on exercise which involved troops taking protesters to concentration camps
Nice video from CNN and Anderson Cooper on why so many people dislike Congress and featuring Ron Paul & Rand Paul.