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Petition to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem [23 Jul 2012|10:51am]

President Barack Hussein Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500
(202) 456-1111

Dear Mr. President,

On October 23, 1995, the United States Congress passed the Jerusalem Embassy Relocation Act, requiring that the United States move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by May 1999. The law recognized that every nation has the right to designate its own capital and that Israel has so designated Jerusalem as its capital city.

In order to placate Israel’s and America’s enemies abroad, President Bill Clinton signed a national security waiver of the act in June 1999. This injustice has since been replicated by each succeeding President, including you, President Obama, every six months since the waiver was originally signed.

We believe that the time is long overdue for this injustice to be righted. We especially believe this time is important, as Israel’s enemies have been raising the rhetoric regarding Jerusalem.
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Please help to distribute this petition. Thank you.
.אנא עזרו להפיץ את העצומה. תודה
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Пожалуйста помогите рапространить эту петицию. Спасибо.
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Michele Bachmann: American Jobs, Right Now [27 Dec 2011|11:29pm]

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We the People ... [25 Dec 2011|10:02pm]

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[17 Nov 2011|02:44pm]

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[26 Oct 2011|10:48am]

Do not let the Main Stream Media and the RINO Establishment decide on who the Republican Candidate for President of the USA will be ...
Michele Bachmann, one of only two genuine conservatives seeking the Republican Nomination, needs the support of all that want real change. The danger of one of the RINOs (ie; Romney and or Perry) becoming the Republican nominee is becoming all too real and Cain is a mystery not worth the risk (besides his 999 plan is not what this country needs or wants in that it creates an additional/new tax, the National Sales Tax (VAT)) !

When you vote in the primary of your State make sure you vote for the only genuine conservative, the one that believes in the U S Constitution, the one with the experience, knowledge and courage to be able to actually change the direction that Obama has sought to move the country towards, Michele Bachmann.
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Reagan's 100th birthday anniversary [24 Jan 2011|04:14pm]

[ mood | contemplative ]

The big 100 is coming up. The Postal Service is offering a new stamp:

And there will be other celebrations around the country. Hopefully I will be able to make it to one of them!

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[18 Oct 2010|09:36am]

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[06 Feb 2010|08:47am]

Today would have been Ronald Reagan's 99th birthday. What's your favorite memory of Ronald Reagan?

Here's mine:
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Barack Hussein Obama, The President Who Hates His Country [04 May 2009|11:34pm]

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[28 Feb 2009|02:26pm]

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[04 Apr 2008|01:11pm]

 I created a Wally George music Myspace page and seeing as how he was a Reagan Republican icon of sorts, I figured that this would be an appropriate community to post a link to it in.

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FLASH! [14 Feb 2008|02:05pm]

Mitt Romney is endorsing McCain and releasing his assigned delegates to do the same.

The endorsement is expected at 4 p.m. ET in Boston.
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McCain is [06 Feb 2008|08:39pm]

There is no way that I will be voting for McCain even if it means 4 years of a Democratic Administration.
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Reagan...related. [17 May 2007|11:27pm]


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TIME magazine at it again... ;-P [15 Mar 2007|10:28am]

Boo!  Hiss!
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Ronald Reagan, Arthur Laffer and history [17 Nov 2006|03:00pm]

[ mood | determined ]

Ronald Reagan's legacy lives on.

Optimism Pays Off
Twenty-five years later, Reagan’s tax cuts are a global tide.
As, indeed, has Reaganomics over its 25-year life. On this night Mr. Laffer, famous in part for cutting down economists’ pretenses to ideas anyone can understand, had an answer for the boo-birds of Reaganomics: Almost alone, the United States since those tax cuts has managed to remain both a growth country and a developed nation.

I blame the tax cuts. :D
The first former Iron Curtain country to cut its taxes was Estonia in 1994, led by Prime Minister Mart Laar, who claimed then the only economics book he’d ever read was Milton Friedman’s “Free to Choose.” Estonia established a flat rate on personal incomes of 26%; two years earlier it had abolished all import tariffs. Estonia grew.

After Estonia, flat-tax regimes coursed across Eastern Europe, as listed below (bear in mind that the top rate in the U.S. is 35%): Lithuania, 33%; Latvia, 25%; Slovakia, 19% (the former sad sack of the region, Slovakia’s growing economy has become its envy); Romania, 16%; Ukraine, 13%; Russia, 13%; and Georgia, 12%.

So ironic...yet this pattern repeats itself all throughout history. Japan looked at American manufacturing (which had enabled victory around the world in WWII) and imported it. Today former Cold War adversaries embrace flat taxes because they understand the Laffer Curve and how the United States was able to lower tax rates and increase revenues; revenues which enabled a defense build-up that bankrupted the Soviet Union when it tried to keep up.

Yet today the Democrats (almost alone in the world aside from their fellow socialists) want to increase taxes. With revenues pouring into the treasury at record rates what is their reasoning? We've had enough record revenues? Three million jobs a year is too many? GDP growth over 3 percent a year is too much?

I hope President Bush is smarter than his father when it comes to striking a deal with the lying Democrats over taxes. Hiking taxes lost his father re-election and would pretty much sink the chances for Republicans in 2008.

When Presidents seek wisdom on tax policies they need look no further than Ronald Reagan.
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A soldier's revenge [02 Nov 2006|12:48am]

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Volunteer with the Republican Party! [31 Oct 2006|07:41pm]

Hey all,

If you are in the Sarasota, FL area, the Republican Party of Florida would LOVE to have you walk door to door with us!

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How Ronald Reagan continues to protect America [29 Aug 2006|06:39pm]

[ mood | busy ]

A nice article about Reagan's vision and the missile defense weapons that have been developed since his famous speech in 1983.

ARLINGTON, Va.--In his 1983 "Star Wars" speech, Ronald Reagan famously asked, "What if free people could live secure in the knowledge . . . that we could intercept and destroy strategic ballistic missiles before they reached our own soil?"

Fast forward to this summer. On July 4 North Korea test-fired a long-range ballistic missile believed capable of reaching the continental U.S. The launch was a flop--the Taepodong 2 fizzled before it got off the ground--but to echo Reagan's question, what if? What would have happened if Pyongyang's missile had been heading toward Los Angeles? Could we have shot it down? "I'm confident that we could have," states Lt. Gen. Henry "Trey" Obering III, director of the Missile Defense Agency. "If that missile had proceeded to threaten Hawaii or the continental United States, then we would have had the ability to shoot it down. I'm confident the system would have worked."

As time moves on the Presidency of Ronald Reagan just keeps looking better and better.
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About that deficit thing... [11 Aug 2006|03:41pm]

[ mood | vindicated ]

Democrats cried in their cereal after hearing this news this morning:

WASHINGTON — The federal deficit through July is running well below last year's pace, helped by strong growth in revenues, the Treasury Department reported Thursday.

Through the first 10 months of this budget year, the deficit totaled $239.7 billion, an improvement of 20.8 percent from the same period a year ago, when it was $302.8 billion.

The deficit in July totaled $33.2 billion, down sharply from an imbalance of $53.4 billion in July 2005.

The narrowing of the deficit this year reflects a surge in government revenues from higher corporate and individual tax receipts.

Say it with me: Tax cuts work!

A little bit louder: Tax cuts work!


Say it again! TAX CUTS WORK!


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