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"You lie" resonated, not only off the walls of Congress, as Obama spoke (very possibly or probably intentionally lied) to Democrats, Republicans, and all other political brands in his Sept. 9 address to our representatives, but the spontaneous reaction carried across America and around the world.

Oh, I know lying is an occupational hazard in the campaign season…and Obama has remained in that mode through his campaign and continually since it was supposed to end on Nov. 4, 2008, so he continues to lie, as a duly elected representative so dramatically emoted during Obama’s speech before Congress on 9/09.

Joe Wilson, Republican representative from South Carolina couldn’t help himself. Sometimes enough is enough, eh Joe? Especially as concerns the Left’s all out to take over healthcare in America.

In considering the Wilson cry and lament on our behalf from within the very inner sanctum of what has become mostly socialistic-promoting and anti freedom rhetoric, shouldn’t those of us who know the history of socialistic countries take up the call. I, for one, think so. Therefore, to all elected and elected-related individuals buying in on the big takeover effort: YOU LIE TOO!

Perhaps the Tea Party movement should adopt this powerful phrase as their watchword, when applicable…

One of the very big lies, coming especially from the mouths of supposed fiscally-conservative Republicans running for office these days is how fiscally conservative they are. I think most of them are knowingly lying too, don’t you? The record and continuing growth of government speak for themselves.

We can call them on this big lie, first of all at the primary polls on March 2, less than two weeks away.

This election is probably more important than the one on Nov. 2 of this year, Possible runoffs – and there will most assuredly be primary runoff elections this year – these will run a close second in importance to the March 2 Primary Election. Runoffs will be scheduled for April 13, so stay tuned in and get informed on best choices. The habitual liars should be crossed off our lists.

Speaking again of Primary Election Night: Immediately after the polls close, plan to attend the precinct caucus at your local voting location, bringing any and all of the issues important to you, in the form of resolutions…in triplicate. Resolution-form can be a statement of whatever you propose and in your own words. Nothing is too simple, if the thought is clear. The only requirement for participation in the caucus is that you voted in the primary.

For example, one resolution I’ve been rolling around in my head is: Let us return to single-day voting, for instance, a return to such this primary season would have eliminated all the "early voting days," limiting voting to March 2 only, except in the case of absentee voting.

My motivation for such a resolution would be the cutting down of opportunities (read cheating) by ACORN-types at Texas elections. Massachusetts has single-day voting. See what it got them this year: Scott Brown, Republican, possibly conservative, elected to seat held by liberal Democrat Ted Kennedy since 1960 (more than 50 years).

So, perhaps this is a magic year for lovers of freedom and independence; anything is possible after Massachusetts.

One other thing, allow me to encourage you to vote Debra Medina for Texas Governor It’s possible, if enough of us vote thataway, she could end up in a runoff with Perry…and anything is possible should it come to that.

May Yahweh (yah-way), our Creator, bless.


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