Sunday, February 10, 2008

Elections

Super Tuesday has come and gone and leaves only 5 standing... On the Democratic side there is Hillary and Obama... On the GOP side there stands McCain, Huckabee and Paul...
The establishment has their pick already in for both parties... What they all don't get (and many in the media also) is that the American people want change.. REAL CHANGE... We have all become disillusioned with the status quo...

Lets start with the Democrats....
The Democrats hate Bush and blame him for all their woes and they say look at his ratings... What they don't see is the democratic controlled congress has an even lower rating then Bush...
What is happening within the Democratic party is rebellion... Just look at the popularity of Obama. He preaches change... and the majority of Democrats are listening... and voting...
They are tired of the establishments status quo... Another 4 or 8 years of the Clintons... I think not... The rebellion is on... The Democrats seem split on immigration reform, REALLY SPIT with many going over to Obama's corner because of Hillary's flip floping in support of Spitzers licensing plan for illegal immigrants. I know New York was up in arms over that one. But, in the wings are the super delegates... I would predict that they will throw in their votes for the Hill-Billys, if they see Hillary slipping in the polls (which she already is). One of the super delegates said in referring to the American people.. they have to have faith in us to make the right decision for the country... These super delegates are former presidents, governors and other party leaders... Your vote, huh! They will ultimately choose your candidate, and when they do you will see many Democrats more angry at the party leaders then they are at Bush... A rebellion in the making for the Democrats...

Now for the Republican side...
When Romney dropped out there was a backlash from the conservatives... the likes that we have yet to see in its fullest expression... McCain and Huckabee on the same ticket in hopes to get the conservative vote... I think not! Conservatives are principled people and will not for the "Good of the Party" support the Republican ticket... They have been stabbed in the back by their own party... discarded and tossed aside... for now, but they are needed... But, they will not be there for the party... Retribution is the key here... I see them voting for Ron Paul (as an independent) or even voting for Obama (If he makes it which I doubt!) or not even voting at all... After all, there has not really been a viable Republican candidate for Conservatives!

The disillusioned Democrats, Conservatives and Conservative Republicans if they would pull together and maybe vote for Ron Paul, just maybe they would send a message loud and clear...
WE WANT REAL CHANGE...
WE ARE TIRED OF THE PRESENT ESTABLISHMENT with their status quo...

The rebellion grows......!
This is going to be interesting....

HighKnee




Monday, November 12, 2007

It is November 12, 2007
The economy seems to be going down the tubes and all we hear on TV is, Brittany, Paris and the like. Where are all the real news stories? Tonight I heard Lou Dobbs reporting on immigration or more specifically the lack of its enforcement. He delved into Hillary and her flip flop in the debates on Spitzer giving illegal immigrants drivers licenese (she was for it but when she heard the outcry from the audience she swiftly changed her position). Thankfully New York governor Spitzer is finally coming to his senses (only because of the public's outcry) and is back-tracking (for now) on giving illegal immigration drivers licenses.
The sad part is the public will forget who said what and did what by the time the elections roll around. Almost all the Democrats are for giving amnesty to illegal immigrants and a good deal of Republicans are also. If the American people would just vote out the dead wood and put some new blood in the government, servants who defend america its values and stop this insidious onslaught from the south maybe we wouldn't be slipping from our position and status as world leader.