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"...But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security..." The Declaration of Independence


Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Which RINO Joins the Liberals in Bashing the Tea Party?

I'm sharing this article that was posted in VISION TO AMERICA.  I suggest you visit the site and sign up for their super e-mail news letter.

"Senator Dick Lugar (R-IN) is mad at the Tea Party. He believes the Tea Party destroyed the chances for Republican majority in the Senate at the last elections. He claims that if the Tea Party wants a Republican majority – which, by the way, has never been a goal of the Tea Party to start with – they will have to vote for the old elitist guard like him who have the experience to do politics as usual.

Let’s see what good Lugar has done. Worked to continue pouring federal money into agriculture. Voted for the DREAM Act. Enthusiastic supporter of sending American troops to die for the interests of the elite. Supported Obama’s judicial nominations to the Supreme Court – both pro-abortion with a vengeance. Voted to include criticism of sodomy in the definition of “hate crime.” Voted to increase his own salary. Voted for TARP. Voted for federal gun control. And these are only the tip of the iceberg. 

Who knows how much lobbying money one will find, if Lugar is investigated just as thoroughly as Gingrich.

But he says, “A Republican majority in the Senate is very important.” Uh huh. It very important to have Rs voting than Ds. For the same laws, of course. But Rs is better. In truth, it is only important to Lugar. The Tea Party’s goal has never been to maintain a Republican majority. It was the Tea Party that developed the term RINO. Lugar fits that term perfectly.

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Conservablogger Commeht:  

Tea Party, I think its time for Senator Dick Lugar to goThe idea that they are losing control is driving them nuts.  They are angry that in 2010, we took a huge step toward   putting an end to their reign.  By "they" I mean politicians who stopped representing 'we the people' and started representing themselves and unions.  "They" are the people in office who are breaking their oaths to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic.  

The actions of any administration that sidesteps congress- legislating with his pen and imposing his agenda with various czars, is violating the spirit of the constitution as well as its text.

What am I to believe  about a Federal Government that  (not only fails to enforce  its own immigration laws, but stand in the way States trying to get a handle on the problem.

I would think the federal government would  welcome and assist the states with illegal immigration.  since it isn't, my opinion is that the federal government wants to keep our borders porous;  violating the constitution.

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