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How about a new grass-roots movement, vote them ALL out!

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posted on Aug, 14 2009 @ 09:28 PM
I know there are those that agree and disagree, but the message is still the same. We have to do something.

I don't call or believe in a revolt.

I don't believe in any kind of violence.

Protests are out of the questions because politicians will label everybody as conspirators, right/left wing nuts, Nazi's, KKK, or some other term to discredit them.

What other options are there?

I just feel vote them out is the best answer. Not perfect, but better than doing nothing.

If you have suggestions throw them on the table.

posted on Aug, 14 2009 @ 09:53 PM
The message is the same no mattter from whom it originates,
D.C. needs to be fumigated.
By whatever means so as to keep the Republic strong.

posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 02:15 PM
I suspect we are already seeing the beginning of effective change, in the form of pointed questions that are shown not to be answered on the MSM, such as those made by that guy with his son in the wheel chair. The government I suspect first try to spin him and others as representatives of disliked groups in disguise, that will fail, then they will try to spin some later actions of theirs as having addressed the issue in question without actually fixing anything. The questions in the face of that, and thuggery will need to continue.

We don't vote these people out once, we make it a tradition that unless a candidate bends over backwards for his constituency and does not adhere to some party line, he serves only one term(if that), until the manipulators find the sheer amount of work needed to continue their plans is beyond their grasp. Congress and the Senate would eventually end up a mix of upstanding individuals like Ron Paul, issue fanatics, and the occasional loon.

posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 02:19 PM
Personally, I don't believe in voting anymore. But I understand that for a lot of people thats the only thing that can be done. Once it is done and nothing really changes then people will be ready for the real deal.

The real deal is massive civil disobedience. A general strike.

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 01:47 PM
i am in, with a dash of asheld's restraint as well.

a great idea.

politicians have gone too far and it is time they were given a friendly slap in the face to wake them from their slumbers.

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 10:03 PM
You have to have people that actually vote. The primary reason we have the crappy politicians in office in the first place is the apathetic voters. Like for me I may have been mistaken on who I voted for, but at least I voted. I have a right to complain and whine about Obama if he was the wrong person in office.

posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 09:11 PM
Gee, did the lights just go on for you? Finally awakened did you?
Glad to see you could make it...

I have been advocating getting rid of everyone since 1995...
I have been advocating the complete overhaul of the system since Carter!

The Democrats and the Republicans are one and the same; RATS! Extermination of these vermin has long been over due.

We need to re-look at what the founding fathers had mind, and then rebuild our political system from the ground up.

The evil and totally corrupted College Electorate Vote has to be gotten rid of. Only the popular vote should be counted. He/She who has the most votes, wins. Period.

The federal reserve has to be ousted. The IRS needs to be tarred and feathered.
The supreme court has to be gotten rid of. State governments and courts should decide what goes...not some politically chosen group of lackey's.
We need to act like and become the Republic we are supposed to be.

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