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Republicans Will Take Back Congress in 2010? Do You Agree?

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Republicans Will Take Back Congress in 2010? Do You Agree?


After eight years of Bush/Cheney the American people were looking for someone who could bring real change to America, restore the rule of law for presidential law breaking, and to really mean it when the right hand is raised while taking an oath to protect and defend the Constitution, from all enemies, foreign and domestic.

Barack Obama stepped forward for his date with history, promising everything that American voters were looking for. During the course of the campaign the issue of health care for all Americans seemed to take precedence over all other issues.

As the 2010 mid-term elections approach, Obama became a gross disappointment.

He has not brought peace to Iraq and Afghanistan, he has not withdrawn our forces from those occupied nations, he has not brought Cheney/Bush to justice, he has not fired the Bush attorneys, he has not authorized a criminal investigation of 9/11 to consider that the buildings were exploded and the evidence leads to the Bush White House.

Instead of "yes we can" it's "no, we can't", and virtually everything promised by Obama was not forthcoming.

Robert Gates does not represent "real change".

Nancy Pelosi does not represent "real change".

Harry Reid does not represent "real change".

Bush US Attorneys do not represent "real change".

Surge in Afghanistan does not represent "real change".

Retaining private contractors in mass in Iraq does not represent "real change".

Not holding Cheney/Bush accountable for credible crimes against the Constitution is not "real change".

Cheney/Bush lied the nation to war with Iraq, without sanction from the United Nations Security Council, and Obama/Holder simply turn the page on the crimes of the past, and look forward to a new day in America, without a rule of law, without restoring a Constitution, and that is not "real change.  

Not bringing the perpetrators who exploded the World Trade Center Towers, Buildings 1, 2, and 7, to justice is not "real change".

Health insurance for all Americans, as Congress already has, was quickly translated after the election to "health reform", with no "public option" and that is not "real change".  

Overall, Obama is "more of the same", even worse than the same, and once again, the American people are disenchanted, and the Republicans will come forward to center stage to rescue the American people and take back the Congress in 2010.   

NO, the Democrats will keep their majority in 2010.
NOT sure.
YES, Republicans will retake the Congress in 2010.

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Lance Ciepiela is a retired senior who had an interesting career in government service - a United States Marine Corps (USMC) Vietnam-Era veteran, who became interested in restoring the Constitution after I realized that W Bush had attacked Iraq (more...)

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