The answer to 1984... is 1776

Monday, February 8, 2010


Constitution – Document originally conceived to ensure the people’s rights are not trampled on by any government. (free speech, right to assemble. 2nd amendment. ect.. ) Written by T. Jefferson and many others after living in the British Government’s tyrannical rule of Europe, and not wanting the same fate for the newly established ‘new world’ aka, America.
Tea Party People – these folks are concerned that the constitution is being destroyed. (Too bad they didn’t show up when the constitution really started to be ripped to shreds, back in the early 90’s.) None the less, the Tea party movement has now been high jacked by Sarah Palin & Glenn Beck and the Corporate controlled mass media outlet known as Fox NEWS or Faux News as I’ve seen it called. There’s even a website called ‘we watch fox so you don’t have to’ posting many clips from the famous ‘news’ outlet.
Tea party people have been around for a while but groups of them started voicing their concerns back when Bush was in office.
For 8 years Fox News has been discredited by continually pushing the ‘Bush’ agenda of the Patriot Act and rendition, illegal wars, torture, wire taps... ect
Fox news cannot be trusted to deliver on any issue. I echo that sentiment directed to CNN aswell. 
Glenn Beck FRAUD...

The Fact that Glenn Beck was on CNN when Bush was in office and then jumped ship to FOX news when Obama came into office is indeed interesting to note, Beck is being used by FOX News to simply confuse and destroy the tea party name, which in my opinion, have their heart in the right place but they are trapped in the FALSE left/right paradigm. 
As previously posted here on Northwest Herald is a video of Beck FAKE crying for a photo shoot. MESSAGE TO THIS PHONY BROADCASTER... the jig is up!
And now we see Sarah Palin, taking over the tea party movement, as recently seen in her speech yesterday. Why? Who asked her to be a figure head? Is this used to discredit the movement?  To me, it sure is
If a fat cat Republican gets in office after Obama’s 4 yrs are up, the cycle will simply continue. The violations of civil liberties will continue unabated. I’m surprised that Obama hasn’t repealed the Patriot act, the illegal wars and so on but so is life he's merely a man, excuse me a lawyer politician, until the general public realize that both parties are owned and controlled by the foreign off-shore banks nothing will change.
The True focus of ‘anger’ by the tea party patriots and all Democrats and republicans left/right alike, must be geared to the Private Bank that started this entire vicious cycle of Democrats vs Republicans. Using the people as a tool to get at each others’ throats. The anger should not be directed at the president as he is simply a puppet of the big banks.

Started in Dec 22, 1913. The Federal reserve bank has continually destroyed the ‘great’ nation of America, molding it to a sort of imperialist empire hell bent of destroying the sovereignty of not only the good ol’ US of A but all nations of the planet collectively through the G20, World Bank and IMF.
support HR 1207 - Audit the private Federal Reserve.

AP article on the TEA PARTY Dinner last night.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Sarah Palin, in a speech that was short on ideas but big on enthusiasm, took aim at President Barack Obama and the Democrats, telling a gathering of "tea party" activists that America is ripe for another revolution.
Noting his party's dismal showing in elections since Obama moved into the White House a year ago with talk of hope and promises of change, Palin asked the gathering: "How's that hope-y, change-y stuff workin' out for you?"

Her audience waved flags and erupted in cheers during multiple standing ovations as the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee gave the keynote address Saturday at the first national convention of the "tea party" coalition. It's an antiestablishment, grass-roots network motivated by anger over the growth of government, budget-busting spending and Obama's policies.
Palin's 45-minute talk was filled with her trademark folksy jokes and amounted to a pep talk for the coalition and promotion of its principles.
The speech also was rife with criticism for Obama and the Democrats who control Congress, but delivered with a light touch. Aside from broad conservative principles like lower taxes and a strong national defense, the speech was short on Palin's own policy ideas that typically indicate someone is seriously laying the groundwork to run for the White House.
Indeed, Republican observers say she's seemingly done more lately to establish herself as a political celebrity focused on publicity rather than a political candidate focused on policy.
Catering to her crowd, Palin talked of limited government, strict adherence to the Constitution, and the "God-given right" of freedom. She said the "fresh, young and fragile" movement is the future of American politics because it's "a ground-up call to action" to both major political parties to change how they do business.
"America is ready for another revolution!" she told the gathering.
Palin suggested the movement should remain leaderless and cautioned against allowing it to be defined by any one person.
"Let us not get bogged down in the small squabbles. Let us get caught up in the big ideas," she said, though she offered few of her own.
The former Alaska governor, who resigned from office last summer before completing her first term, didn't indicate whether her political future would extend beyond cable news punditry and paid speeches to an actual presidential candidacy.
All she offered was a smile when a moderator asking her questions used the phrase "President Palin." That prompted most in the audience to stand up and chant "Run, Sarah, Run!"
But, given the plethora of attacks that Palin leveled at Obama, she seemed like she was already running against him. And, perhaps, as an independent.
She talked little about the Republican Party and encouraged "tea party"-aligned candidates to compete in GOP primaries.
Palin ribbed Obama for Democratic losses in New Jersey and Virginia governor's races last fall and in a Massachusetts Senate race last month, saying: "When you're 0-3 you'd better stop lecturing and start listening."
On foreign policy and national security, Palin said he had "misguided thinking" and a pre-Sept. 11 mindset.
Her fee was $100,000 for the appearance at the for-profit event.

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