Sunday, November 1, 2009


I've been posting on the current political climate for the past several months. Whether or not its had much of an effect remains an unanswered question. I've been so disheartened with the Obama administration and the ferocity with which they've moved to expand the federal government and take over our country: private enterprise, the environment, and especially health care.

Presently, there are three important races: the race for Governor in Virginia, the race for Governor in New Jersey, and the race for Congress in New York state. As of today, it looks as if two of those three races will go Republican, and the NJ race is now in a dead heat. People are waking up. They now know Obama told them a lot of lies during his campaign to be President. If you have any doubts about his lies, you need to watch this video:

He is moving rapidly to the extreme left, a place where only 20% of the population are in their ideology. I predict Obama will not serve a second term if he continues in this direction.

I am hopeful that our country will be able to overcome the damage when Obama is no longer in office, assuming we can also get rid of Nancy Pelosi,Harry Reid, Barney Frank and Chris Dodd.

In that regard, the Republicans have to make certain commitments:

1. They have to enlarge their tent to make room for moderates, and that includes so many young people and women who are pro-choice.

2. They have to choose candidates who have a real presence and can attract the younger generation who are becoming increasingly active.

3. They have to stop all the voter fraud that has now become so widespread because of ACORN and SEIU, the union, two groups that employ the same thug tactics as were shown during the Caucuses of the Obama primary.

4. There has to be strong enforcement of our immigration laws, something George W. Bush failed to do.

For the next several months I will be writing my novel: HE'S NOT TOO YOUNG FOR YOU.

I've decided to post on more varied topics (other than politics) for a while, so stay tuned and see what I have to say.

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