A Opening Thought

First, it was the manner of attack against Christine O’Donnell.  Mike Castle was defeated and the Republicans attacked his Republican victor.  Why?  Maintaining “the establishment.”  Castle was a RINO and his vote was assured.  O’Donnell. unbalanced the balance.  What followed by Karl Rove, and Krauthammer was proof positive that Castle, with his liberal voting record, was their man.  O’Donnell’s loss in large measure was due to those attack dogs and the none supportive Republican party.

Second point, last week’s Florida ruling against the health care atrocity has been ignored by both the President and the media.  In what should have been earth shaking news since Obama continues his defiance of our Constitution, the media instead showered the public with their repeat coverage of the Egyptian rioting.  More importantly, talk show kings such as Hannity followed with their lock step coverage of Egypt while Obama continued with his defiance of a legal order.  Consider the fact that while Obama is administering a law that is no longer in effect,  the American public is being fed this foreign catastrophe of the timely uprising in Egypt.  All these syndicated talk show hosts, with the exception of Mark Levin, are apparently limited as to their subjects for discussion.

Both instances come as an outgrowth from the Tea Party’s growing influence.  This newcomer has become the “x” factor of political campaigning and continues to be a factor within the legislative process.  Its formation was both  needed and very timely.  Let’s keep it going!  JB

Just an introductory morsel while I try to wrestle with the start of my blog site.  Hopefully, it will not take too long for this rookie.

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