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Via Freedom Works:

I am currently in my freshman year of high school and the incidents are happening more frequently and I believe are more severe.  As you can imagine, the ongoing pressure and bullying has been disturbing to me, my friends and my family.

Just before the 2010 Midterm election, I was on the front page of the local newspaper for my political volunteer work and my teachers noticed. One of my seven teachers made it very clear that she dissaproved of my civic engagement. In a period of two months, my Geography teacher frequently would take me aside after school for a few minutes and tell me how stupid, wrong and misguided I was for being Republican. The harassment with this specific teacher got so bad, I had to switch schools halfway through the year.  At this time I was only 12 years old. To my knowledge, this teacher was not disciplined at all for her actions.

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from Real Clear Politics:

SEN. JOHN KERRY: “And I have to tell you, I say this to you politely. The media in America has a bigger responsibility than it’s exercising today. The media has got to begin to not give equal time or equal balance to an absolutely absurd notion just because somebody asserts it or simply because somebody says something which everybody knows is not factual.”

“It doesn’t deserve the same credit as a legitimate idea about what you do. And the problem is everything is put into this tit-for-tat equal battle and America is losing any sense of what’s real, of who’s accountable, of who is not accountable, of who’s real, who isn’t, who’s serious, who isn’t?”

FOR VIDEO and Article:

The labor market showed signs of strong growth in February, as the nation added 192,000 jobs and the unemployment rate dipped below 9 percent for the first time since April 2009.

The unemployment rate dropped to 8.9 percent in February from 9.1 percent in January, and is down from 9.8 percent as recently as November 2010.

******What they aren’t saying is :

Much of the drop comes from people who have left the workforce and given up pursuit of a job, but there is also increasing confidence that the economy is turning around. 

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More than three centuries ago, the residents of America staged a rebellion against an oppressive ruler who taxed them unjustly, ignored their discontents and treated their longing for freedom with contempt. They are about to revisit that tradition this week, when their anger and exasperation sweep through Congress like avenging angels. This time the hated oppressor isn’t a foreign colonial government, but their own professional political class.

In New York last week I was struck by the startling shift of mood since my last visit, during Barack Obama’s first year in office. This phenomenon took varying forms, of course, depending on the political orientation of my interlocutor, but the underlying theme of despair and disgust was almost universal. Liberal Democrats (who hugely outnumber most other factions in that city) were despondent and disappointed with the collapse of Obama’s popularity. A few of them (remarkably few, actually) were ready to blame this on a “Right-wing conspiracy” of vaguely racist motivation. But most of them were frankly critical of the strategic mistakes they believed the White House had made, and the baffling inability of their President to connect with the people in an engaging way. His shocking lack of emotional expression during last month’s commemoration of 9/11 – a point of particular significance to New Yorkers – was remarked upon by a number of people I met.

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 November 2, 2010
Gift wrap them and send them all home
‘Twas the night before elections  
 And all through the town 
 Tempers were flaring 
 Emotions all up and down! 
 I, in my bathrobe 
 With a cat in my lap 
 Had cut off the TV 
 Tired of political crap. 
 When all of a sudden 
 There arose such a noise 
 I peered out of my window 
 Saw Obama and his boys 
 They had come for my wallet 
 They wanted my pay 
 To give to the others 
 Who had not worked a day! 
 He snatched up my money 
 And quick as a wink 
 Jumped back on his bandwagon 
 As I gagged from the stink 
 He then rallied his henchmen 
 Who were pulling his cart 
 I could tell they were out 
 To tear my country apart! 
 ‘On Fannie, on Freddie, 
 On Biden and Ayers! 
 On Acorn, On Pelosi’ 
 He screamed at the pairs! 
 They took off for his cause 
 And as he flew out of sight 
 I heard him laugh at the nation 
 Who wouldn’t stand up and fight! 
 So I leave you to think 
 On this one final note- 

                         AMEN BROTHER!

OK, we know he can do the Former………………………

                     When does he find time to do the latter !!!!



Charlie Crist received a bounce in the polls when he left the Republican Party to run for the U.S. Senate as an independent. New numbers suggest that the bounce for the governor is over.”

“A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in Florida finds Republican Marco Rubio with 39% support, while Crist earns 31% of the vote and Democrat Kendrick Meek trails at 18%. Twelve percent (12%) are undecided”