Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Tea Party Movement

By: LindaBee

Over the years, many of our political candidates have been doctors, lawyers, and highly educated, degree-touting elitists. When elected, many of them settled into politics and made it their lifelong career, and in some cases, holding political office became family tradition. They wined and dined, and traveled the world, all on the taxpayer’s dime. There are those who became corrupt, and those who are/were easily manipulated by lobbyists and special interest groups. Along the way, “We the People” became insignificant to them, and they voted on key issues as they damn well pleased. Our voices were not heard, our needs not met.

Thus the Tea Party movement was born, and it has brought everyday people to the forefront from across the United States. Everyday people from all walks of life, who share the same love of America, and the desire to uphold the Constitution, and some of who have stepped up to answer the call as political candidates where they reside. Politics as we once knew it will someday become extinct, as the Tea Party movement sweeps through elections with victory, allowing the collective voice of “We the People” to once again be heard.

We have 'hope' for REAL 'change' in November of 2012, and it is because of Sarah Palin who gave American citizens a wake-up call, urging us to get up and do something to make a difference in America by either supporting conservative candidates, or by running for office ourselves.

In November of 2012, we will see the "light at the end of the tunnel," as we VOTE OUT OF OFFICE, the politicians who have become far too complacent, and have distanced themselves from the true will of the American people.

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