Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Are you opposed to the Federal Government making medical choices for you? Join thousands of patriots who share your views on Obamacare. Come to Washington DC and be part of the TPP Road to Repeal Rally.
A majority of Americans view government run health care as a sign of what's to come from big government. More politics, more control and less personal choice.
Recent decisions by the US Department of Health and Human Services show precisely how the government run healthcare will work. The Government will make healthcare decisions based on political consideration over the needs of individuals.
This is the first stop on the Road to Repeal. We need your help to win this fight and repeal government run health care!!!!
Patriot groups from across the U.S. are setting up buses to make this historic stand for freedom. To find out more about the Tea Party Patriots Road to Repeal Rally and to find a bus near you please click here.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Buckeye Firearms Association has been leading the charge in protecting our 2nd Amendment rights against attacks by the progressives and liberals who continually assault our God-given and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms.
From Elect Ron Lisy --
The Buckeye Firearms Association recently made endorsements in several races, including Ohio Republican State Central Committeeman for the 25th Senate District.
According to Buckeye Firearms the choice in that race is former Bedford City Councilman Ron Lisy.
Lisy received a "A" Rating from Buckeye Firearms, a rating that is reserved for candidates with a proven track record of support for Second Amendment rights.
Normally granted only to incumbents, the Buckeye Firearms endorsement committee believed Ron Lisy's track record on Second Amendment rights warranted an "A" rating.
Cities in the 25th Ohio Senate District-
Lake County- Eastlake, Fairport Harbor, Grand River, Lakeline, Mentor (partial), Mentor-on-the-Lake, Painesville, Timberlake, Wickliffe, Willoughby, Willowick
Cuyahoga County- Beachwood, Bedford, Bedford Heights, Cleveland (partial), East Cleveland, Euclid, Highland Hills, Maple Heights, Mayfield Heights, North Randall, Orange, Pepper Pike, Richmond Heights, South Euclid, Warrensville Heights, Woodmere
Friday, February 17, 2012
Consider this: extending the payroll tax cuts will deprive the Social Security account of $100 billion, which means that the already in-the-red Social Security fund will be driven further into debt. There are some really simple things that the President and Congress can do to replenish Social Security while at the same time extending the payroll tax cut, and none of them need to involve raising taxes on anybody!
Here’s a perfect example: Last spring the Government Accountability Office identified more than $100 billion that could be saved by eliminating duplicative programs!! Following the GAO’s recommendations alone would more than replenish Social Security while maintaining the payroll tax cut.
Instead, Congressional leaders came to terms on a deal that will extend the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits through the end of 2012, but they have not defined clearly how they will pay for it. Is this simply more political posturing in an election year?
It is only expected that the Democrats from OH like Rep. Dennis Kucinich, Rep. Marcy Kaptur, Rep. Fudge & Rep. Betty Sutton would raid your Social Security fund to pay for unfunded mandates. But the most disturbing and the biggest disappointment is that the freshmen GOP members of Congress from Ohio who rode the Tea Party wave into office -- Rep. Jim Renacci, Rep. Bill Johnson, Rep. Bob Gibbs and Rep. Steve Chabot -- would support short changing your future and again fail to do the job they were elected to do.
Call your Senators and Representative today and tell them to STOP committing our future to unfunded liabilities!
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Are you tired of the political establishment picking or anointing candidates for you?
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The GOP Establishment we keep hearing about is real, and it is also doomed.
That will not change whether the Establishment’s candidate Mitt Romney wins in November or not. After the election, the battle really starts; what is happening now are just skirmishes in a fight for control of the Republican Party. Not the soul of the party – if it had one, it auctioned it off long ago – but the mechanism of the party. The Grand Old Party matters only as a vehicle to carry our banner forward.
To do that, we need to seize control, and we do that by destroying the Establishment starting next November 7th.
Superficially, it might seem that we – the outsiders, the Tea Party, the conservatives, whatever the label – are outgunned by opponents with their hands on the reins of power, money in amounts we can’t hope to match, and pals in the media backing them. But if we understand our strengths, and our opponents’ weaknesses, we can not only compete but eventually prevail.
First, let’s understand our opponent.
The GOP Establishment is an amorphous entity composed of politicians, media types, consultants, writers, lobbyists, party hacks and donors whose first priority is protecting their positions and privileges. Power, and holding onto it, is more important than ideology. That’s where we conservatives differ – we have no formal power or position, so changing the power structure doesn’t scare us. We have nothing to lose; the GOP Establishment has everything to lose.
The most important part of the Tea Party/conservatives’ rise since 2009 has not been its remarkably rapid rise to significance and its ability to affect marquee elections in 2010. That’s the short game, and while it matters, what matters more is that it drew huge numbers of conservatives into the political process.
The next generation of GOP leaders will be Tea Party/conservatives. They are the folks starting out now to compete for the kind of local and state party and political offices that lay the foundation for the party’s future. These offices are vital – they are our farm team, a place for future congressional and senate candidates to gain experience and build resumes while implementing Constitutional conservative policies right now that will improve voters’ lives and win them over to our cause.
More on the short game and the long game here.
Welcome again Cleveland 9.12 members!
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Please call your Senators to demand they vote to repeal the CLASS Act! We know the Democrat-led Senate will do nothing that will take away from ObamaCare without a powerful mandate from voters. Now is the time to push your Senator to demand a vote!
The Community Living Assistance Services and Support program (known as the CLASS Act) is a voluntary program where taxpayers could volunteer to pay premiums for long-term care that would allow the taxpayer to get that cash later in life. The Obama administration loves it because Americans would be forced to pay into the plan for five years before becoming eligible for any long-term services.
Since premiums for the program would be the same price for everyone healthy people will not voluntarily pay into the program. The result? Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius admitted last year that the CLASS Act was neither financially feasible nor sustainable. Still, the White House and Senate still continue to oppose its repeal. Since we don't have the votes in the Senate to repeal ObamaCare in its entirety, we must count on our leaders to dismantle ObamaCare piece by piece. Every concerned citizen must force the Senate to bring the CLASS Act repeal to a vote!
It is up to YOU to force your Senators to do the right thing!
Senator Harry Reid (Majority Leader)
DC Office PH: (202)224-3542
Email: Click Here to email
Senator Mitch McConnell (Minority Leader)
DC Office PH: (202)224-2541
Email: Click Here to email
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH)
Cleveland Office PH: (216)522-7272
DC Office PH: (202)224-2315
Email: Click Here to email
Senator Rob Portman (R-OH)
Cleveland Office PH: (216)522-7095
DC Office OH: (202)224-3353
Email: Click Here to email