Remember that study which came out a few weeks ago which found that attendance at Independence Day parades tended to make people more inclined toward the Republican Party? Well, there’s a new one out from the University of Chicago, Cornell University and Hebrew University which found that exposure to the American flag can influence voters to lean toward the Republican Party.
The Left, plus some pantywaists on what passes for the Right these days, are all aghast that retired Army lieutenant colonel and Florida Rep. Allen West sent Democrat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) an email in which he called her out for her cowardly lies about him as well as her fear-mongering propaganda about the financial state of our country. In doing so, West is demonstrating the kind of backbone Republicans must learn and employ if they are to turn our nation from its current disastrous course.
Remember that fear-mongering Democrat commercial from May that had Republicans throwing grandma over a cliff in her wheelchair? This was supposed to illustrate what it would be like for us to actually abide by the U.S. Constitution and to be fiscally responsible about public spending. It left out the part about the $575 billion Democrats raided from Medicare to pay for ObamaCare, but this new ad tells the real story of the current situation in America.
Last week, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) released their new publication just time for next week’s United Nation’s 2011 International Year of the Youth High Level Meeting in New York. The publication, entitled Exclaim! Young People’s Guide to ‘Sexual Rights: an IPPF Declaration,’ is a shocking look into how this billion dollar industry views our children. It attempts to actually defend IPPF’s claim that “young people are sexual beings” with the right to “explore, experience and express their sexuality in healthy, positive, pleasurable and safe ways.”
Some politicians in Washington are blindly defending the Medicare system. It should not be defended. It should be overhauled. That’s my opinion. I believe that my opinion on this should count heavily. After all, for over eight years, I have been working with the system and seeing how it cheats senior citizens by feeding them to collection agencies and collections attorneys for bills that they really don’t owe.