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Super Failure Committee Signals Voters to Abandon Parties – CASIDA 2012
With the blatant failure of the super-committee to come to any reasonable conclusions on how we will cut the nation’s spending addiction, it has become even more apparent that the two-political-party machine is broken. Neither party is actively and adamantly standing out against the atrocities being committed against the American people. Whether it is the treasonous acts of the Federal Reserve or the blatant ignorance of political “leaders” who write and pass copious amounts of legislation that is unconstitutional, the American people must stop depending upon political parties to fix the mess.
The people and entities that have created the bureaucracy and red tape that is choking small business owners and citizens across the country must be held accountable in 2012. Representatives are supposed to be statesman, holding an esteemed honor to be in the Congress or the Senate. What we have now are an overwhelming number of people who are politicians, anxious to line their own pocketbooks at the expense of the American people.
Republicans think they “won” this by standing their ground and not allowing new tax hikes. However, if they were true Constitutional Representatives of the GOP, they would not have agreed to serve on an unconstitutional committee in the first place. The Democrats refused to budge on the tax hikes for the rich, which is laughable since the ‘fair share’ they campaign on is only a ‘fare fraction’ of the over-all problem they helped create.
So how is that two-party system working for America? The Republican and Democratic party-voters continue to stand by worthless token attempts to unite and “save” Americans. This should not stand. So both parties think this is what America wants? Moreover, this is what we have allowed to happen by electing along party lines accepting false delusions and expectations. How much more obvious does this failure have to be for the Tea Parties, private-sector unions, and the Occupy Wall Street movement? We must change.
Who will solve our nation’s problems? Who has the gumption and desire to do something positive and proactive versus negative and reactive? Who has the leadership to stand up with the integrity to do what is right regardless of the political mudslinging that will be involved? It’s time – whether you call it a Revolution or a Renaissance – we are ready for citizen representatives in government, it is our only hope for creative and meaningful solutions for all Americans.
The choice for leadership and representation is clear in Colorado – elect Tisha Casida for Congress, someone with the integrity to do what is right.