Friday, October 23, 2009

The Conservative's Voice--Part 2: Term limits for 'career politicans'

There is something that I and many other Conservatives have been saying for a very long time: I am sick of our 'representatives'' complete lack of representing the nation! Congressmen on both sides of the aisle have gotten too rapped up in D.C. politics and, by doing so, have lost touch with the American people. It is time that this is stopped! I am calling for both our Senators and Representatives to give themselves term limits. It is nothing short of despicable that our public servants in our nation's capital have become so comfortable living off our dollars and making themselves rulers over us. They must wake-up to the notion that they serve us and our interests not those of their political party, Washington, the federal government, or most certainly not of themselves. Join me and others in saying NO MORE CAREER POLITICIANS who abuse their positions as well as their people.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Democrat Playbook--Part 2: ' any other name'

Just for a moment, lets contrast the liberal and conservative playbooks. When a conservative wants to change public opinion about a certain issue, he/she simply uses facts to present a clear, concise argument to an audience, hoping to educate them and thereby change the opinion. I have noticed something about the democrat way of changing public opinion, however. Maybe they decided that educating the public is too inefficient, but it seems that if the public doesn't like something, they'll just call it something else! Just make it sound like something the people want! Why allow them decide if they want it when you can make them think its something they already want! The most notorious change is the word 'fairness'. Hmmm, sounds like the democrats would rather play on the emotions of the average person rather than appeal to their intellect. Sounds like nothing but a bunch of classic stereotypical used car salesmen to me.