Sandra Fluke joins a convent.
Global warming is a load of crap.
1. Cut the federal budget in half
Vanitay—that would be a great inner city girl’s name.
My top issues are Freedom,individual rights, Business, health care, energy. Romney could not deliver on these even if he was full right wing. He will make much improvement though. I am for a new political party, the Tea Party and Sarah Palin as president to clean up after Romney.
Getting rid of all the Czars Obama anointed would immediately save millions. Make the federal agencies responsible for those things do their jobs or close them.
Here are my 5 biggies in no particular order:
- Remove all "assault" weapons bans and pass the state to state reciprocity bill
- Cut the deficit by half or more
- Reverse, delete, expunge all Executive Orders signed by Obama
- Remove anyone who was hired by Obama and fire anyone with the title "Czar"
- Get Keystone finished and get the US drilling using our own resources so we can flip the bird to foreign energy interests.
We’ll just have to see what happens tomorrow. A lot of us mostly want to get that damn ******* out of the WH.. I’m not an optimist, and if Romney wins, it may be four years of capitulation and frustration, but we can do a lot to hold his feet to the fire. And if by chance we get control of the Senate, we will have some real conservatives to help us there. Unfortunately, the usual Repub circular firing squads may have lost us a couple of principled Senators in Indianna and Missouri.
If Romney loses (and I’m still astounded that it is even close with this POTUS), then we should end all of this useless compromise to get a “centrist” to run, and go with someone that the voters can feel has core convictions. Enough of these damn half-measures...
I want to see some kind of “Anti-Regulation Task Force” which will identify all new regulations imposed by Obama over the past four years. Once identified, it must become an important force within the new administration and the new Congress to repeal them, to restore “the pre-Obama status quo”.
Particular emphasis should be placed on the EPA. Not only must we revoke their regulations since 2008, but we should actually “go back further”, with an intent to undo as much of the EPA as is possible, short of outright dismantlement of that agency. I would prefer to abolish the EPA, but realize that that is a pipedream. Short of that, we can “take their teeth away”, if we really wish to do so. Read on...
For the long-term, I would like to see some kind of legislation on a national scale, or perhaps even a possible Constitutional Amendment, that will reign in the regulatory monster. The thrust of the amendment should be to establish within the Constitution the concept that ONLY CONGRESS (emphasis intentional) has the power to pass both laws AND regulations — with the intent that any new regulations passed by ANY agency or administration of the United States cannot become effective until there is a full vote in Congress to validate them.
I doubt that such an amendment could be passed by an existing Congress. Perhaps it’s time to actually use that part of the existing Constitution, that provides for a Constitutional Convention arising from the state level, and bypassing the Congress altogether.
I’ll put the tin foil hat back on the table now...