A friend passed along this video to me today, and boy is it inspiring! I can’t add anything to what Barbara says, except to say she is right on. It’s time to mobilize and work hard for freedom. We must go above and beyond, and do whatever it takes to get Obama out of the White House in 2012.
This was from a Tea Party event in Pomona, NY on Oct. 15, 2011. God bless you, Barbara.
Folks, this is just so in-your-face now, it’s ridiculous! From the MyFoxPhilly story:
Fox 29 News ran into a New Black Panther Party member outside as the same Philadelphia polling place where voter intimidation was reported two years ago. He was handing out a sample ballot for the Democrats.
The man was seen outside the polling place in North Philadelphia was wearing a pin that indicated his party affiliation, along with a black hat, sunglasses and leather coat.
We spoke with the man briefly ( see video to the left) and asked him why he was standing in front of the poll doors. His response was, “no comment.”
We then asked him if he was at the polls representing the New Black Panther Party and if his panther label button was a symbol of the party. We received no answer.
A check with Philadelphia election officials revealed no voter intimidation reports at the polling location related to the man.
But we were able to obtain one of the sample ballots the man was handing out to voters. It was a sample Democratic ticket with Joe Sestak, Dan Onorato, Bob Brady and Curtis Thomas on the ballot.
Kudos for Americans for Prosperity’ s Georgia Chapter for all they’ve done for grassroots groups and in the fight for liberty and limited government. Tomorrow Georgians head to the polls to cast their votes, and AFP has been gracious enough to do the research to give us conservatives some good info to use as a guide tomorrow. According to AFP, here are their picks and thoughts, as written by Joel Foster:
There are several questions on the ballot also. The following recommendations are in line with our competitive free market, lower tax, small government AFP philosophy.
Constitutional Amendment Question 1 – we recommend – No
While touted as a bill to keep GA competitive, this does just the opposite. This gives broad authority for companies to enforce “no compete” agreements, signed by their ex-employees, thus making it near impossible for them to find work after leaving that company and costing them a boatload to defend themselves in court.
This was just unreal. From the Round Table on “This Week,” the panel included NYT writer Kate Zernike, author of the book “Boiling Mad” about the Tea Party movement, and Jonathan Karl of ABC News. The subject turned to that of the anti-incumbent mood in the country among voters, and when asked about the Tea Party’s involvement, Kate gave her take on it. Then, Jonathan stepped in and make a snide remark about “kamikaze Republicans,” like Jim DeMint and Sarah Palin perhaps screwing things up for the GOP.
Go ahead, Jonathan… you and your ilk keep that up, and you’ll be blindsided by the landslide that is coming your way in November. Keep it up, buddy, just keep it up.