The current political pressure on both sides of our two-parties is immense. I read some articles this morning that really highlighted the current tenuous hold that the Dems have in Massachusetts.
Coakley made some very dumb comments over this past week. From my visits to Mass, I recall the strong presence of the Irish Catholic working people. I honestly hope that every Catholic in Massachusetts (and anyone else) gets out and votes against this ridiculous woman! Courtesy of the Washington Times:
Ken Pittman: Right, if you are a Catholic, and believe what the Pope teaches that any form of birth control is a sin. ah you don’t want to do that.
Martha Coakley: No we have a separation of church and state Ken, lets be clear.
Ken Pittman: In the emergency room you still have your religious freedom.
Martha Coakley: (……uh, eh…um..) The law says that people are allowed to have that. You can have religious freedom but you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.
Wow, I think not only is her comment doing a disservice to the many Catholic medical professionals, but I think that she is putting the cart before the horse.
What I mean by that is that, she states : “No we have a separation of church and state Ken, lets be clear.” Now this would be relevant if… IF… the STATE was running the emergency rooms, now wouldn’t it?
Wow.. .the “law says you are allowed to have that.” Why is it that terrorist in this country have more honor for their religious beliefs, by the Leftists, than do hard working American Catholics saving lives in the Emergency Room? How screwed up is that?
If the Left has any sense of self-preservation they will duly take note of the reaction of the American people. I hear about these Right Wing Radicals, people who are so radical, as to oppose “King Barack Hussein Obama’s” political agenda? We still, at least far as I know, have the right to freedom of speech and the freedom of choice when it comes to political parties. Who knows, what they are cooking up behind closed doors, that freedom may well be at jeopardy too.
Create a crisis, force your solution, misinform the masses–the American people are getting very tired of it.
I am more than happy to be called a Right Wing Radical. Who am I? Someone flinging tea bags at Dems? No… I am a tax-paying, mother of 3. Someone who works in social services for the majority of my life. You’d think I would be singing Kumbaya and hollering for terrorist rights, but wait… Kumbaya has the word “Lord” in it. That is just not PC. Cripes…
I think the American people who are sick of the current political pressure from the Democratic Party need to have a concerted effort Monday–on Martin Luther King Day. I am going to encourage every single person who is tired of the rhetoric, the force feeding, the lack of transparency, the inexorable push to the Left, the incompetence of the politicians as it pertains to OUR military, Barack’s inept international politics, shaking hands with mass murderers, closing of Gitmo and putting our citizens at more risk, giving a terrorist more rights than an average citizen, increased taxes and their false stimulus, bribery with no negative consequences (at least until election day), the idea of developing a national police, 2800 page legislation they don’t have the balls to read outloud and analyze in front of the American people.
What do we do? Well I suggest that every American who opposes the list above (which is really far from complete) honors the Great Martin Luther King Jr., who fought for equality for ALL, and proved that civil disobedience was an effective method for bringing about change.
Gather peacefully at your local government offices, municipal city halls, state legislatures, and if you can, our nation’s capital at 6:01 pm EST and stay there until 7:05 pm EST. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot at 6:01 and was pronounced dead at 7:05.
Bring a tea bag and a candle! Hold them both high and demand that the honor of our country be protected. Show that Martin Luther King did not bring about change only to have the rights stripped from us by the Leftist agenda.
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
-Martin Luther King Jr.