A 2010 Warning

©2009 drkate

We have to start talking seriously about the 2010 elections so as to ensure we the people do everything we can to stop this socialist train wreck from forever ruining our Constitution and our Nation.  This may be our one biggest opportunity to peacefully stop this slide and begin the “walk back” to constitutional governance (h/t d2i).

We are fed up with republicans, democrats, federal ‘law making’ bureaucrats, the ‘left’, Obama, and the obots, including the ‘o-feminists’ who hate women.    Let’s see, did I miss anyone?😕

We are fed up with their disrespect for the American people, their disregard for the law, and their disdain at any mention of the Constitution. And we are sick of ‘political correctness’, which has stifled all reasonable debate.

And we want them all out, to form a new party, and get this mess resolved–even though it has taken about 100 years to get to this point, and it is a dangerous one for our Country on many fronts. Many of us refuse to participate in any more ‘elections’.

What is the Background Question?

Remember we are dealing with a money-fueled Alinsky, Cloward-Piven, international attack on our Country that is well rooted now in all branches of our society; it had its first coup in 2008.  While the breathtaking boldness of Obama has also exposed the corruption of the complicit republican party, why should we not expect that the disarray and “split”  in the republican side is intentional right now, to secure a democratic victory in 2010?

The Patriots, conservatives, and liberty movement must not be routed in 2010.  We cannot afford to lose.

Recent polling data support the trend to bolt the traditional parties, but not enough to overcome the democrats.  The press, being part of the scam, imagines this solely as a shot over the bow of republicans; what it portends is another rout of America.  To wit:

In a recent Wall Street Journal poll,   41%, of respondents said they had a very or somewhat favorable view of the Tea Party movement compared with a 24% negative rating;  the Democratic Party  has a 35% positive rating compared with a 45% negative rating; and Republicans currently hold a 28% favorable rating compared with a 43% negative one.

The article was careful to note that the Republicans are ‘most closely associated with the Tea-Party movement’.  In addition:

According to Rasmussen Reports, Seventy-three percent (73%) of Republican voters believe their party’s congressional leaders are out of touch with the party base. By contrast, a plurality (47%) of Democratic voters says their congressmen agree with them ideologically.

This last poll is even more discouraging when the prospect of splitting the Republican vote is factored in.  The democrats would likely squeak by here, which is all they need to continue.  While I have cited polling data here, what if all of this is manufactured? Who is asking this question?

The Importance of Strategy & Tactics

What will be demanded of us in 2010 is strategic thought, and focusing our energies to ensure a balance with protecting family and self as well as our Country through election activity ( “put your oxygen mask on first before helping others”).  One asset may be to think in a longer time framework…over the next three years at least.  For example, although I thought is was just the entire Congress, and then the Congress and federal judges, Newt Gingrich proposed 515,000 people were needed “across both parties”.

While I am personally ‘unaffiliated’ right now as it reflects my feelings, I may have to register as republican as a strategy, at least in my state as a third-party candidate doesn’t draw much here in this independent place, an interesting fact in itself.

But I will have to ensure that the Republican is a constitutional candidate–aka, an adherent to the Constitution–aka, a Tea Party candidate. And for that I am going to need a ‘constitutional checklist’, a series of questions that can be asked to identify their true allegiance.

I will be armed with the Articles of Freedom which is my background documentation (yes, they will be out before Christmas!). And if the Republican candidate is still unsatisfactory, but the Tea Party candidate cannot win, I want to use that checklist to force the Republican candidate toward the Constitution, as a tool to hold their feet to the fire.

What strategy and tactics will you follow in 2010?  Desperadoes Inquiring minds want to know! 🙂

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15 Responses to “A 2010 Warning”


  1. 1 alforhill50 December 19, 2009 at 5:26 pm

    drkate as you are skepital about the BO and the news media in trying to control the 2010 elections, it would sure explain his super confidence and being able to assure all the dems who are surging forward with all his socialist agenda against US the people who do not want it. I am also skepital of all the leftist moveon.org, Keith bigmouth Oberlman, Huffington Post, Daily KOS, and all of a sudden Howie Dean coming out against the HC, it just smells like a big fat rat to me. I don’t think they are all really against BO or the HC scare. Howard Dean could give a rats butt about the American people or he would never have foisted this fake usurper on us. I don’t trust no not ONE of these idiots.

  2. 2 alforhill50 December 19, 2009 at 5:31 pm

    My only redeeming hope is that the American people stay vigilent and do not relax until we can change the entire atmosphere in Washington D.C. and once and for all do what Pelosi promised to do and drain the swamp but “bless her little pea pickin heart”, she would have been the first once sucked into the sheet hole, screaming and kicking like the wicked old witch she truly is. “I’m melting, I’m melting.”

  3. 3 Katie December 19, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    I just mailed in my voter registration update. I have been “unaffiliated” for years and years, which blocked me out of the caucuses and primaries.

    Once the primaries are over, I intend to go back to Unaffiliated.

    The days of not being involved or informed, or sitting back thinking someone else will take care of it – are OVER.

    We MUST ALL get involved at the grass roots level and help vet candidates so that what we see is what we get.

  4. 4 Ginger December 19, 2009 at 5:48 pm

    Drkate

    My strategy is to spend as much time on blogs such as yours getting educated. I am going to do a lot of door to door times to hand out literature informing people of what has been happening in our government. I will start by saying “Did you know that……” I will have to explain why our MSM has been silent. I will get help on my writing skills! I am in my sixties and not so smart but I can talk.

    God Bless America

  5. 5 alforhill50 December 19, 2009 at 6:17 pm

    Someone one on Bretbart’s Big Gov’t blogged that MSNBC was actually reporting the news for a change. IMO it is too darn late. It is either a smokescreen for something else coming or it is too late to report the news now. Where have they been for the years and time that it mattered.

  6. 7 No-nonsense-nancy December 19, 2009 at 6:49 pm

    I have remained registered dem because in PA indies can’t vote in the primaries. I want to be able to campaign against and vote against Spector, the traitor. If Sestak runs against him he isn’t much better but I’ll have to see. All of my former democratic friends who I used to work with are obamabots. They are running the dem party in my county. I won’t be able to count on them to aid me in working to get some new and better blood in there.

    I’m just waiting for the Articles of Freedom to come out so I can start promoting it.

    I am very disappointed that Hillary Clinton has gone along with the frauds in Copenhagen who are denying that they were exposed for their thievery. She has pledged us to pay $1 billion a year to countries who have “suffered” because of our extravagance in the use of fossil fuels. I won’t be able to support her ever again.

  7. 8 lee M. December 19, 2009 at 8:24 pm

    I am another who will never support Hillary again. I worked my heart out for her until she betrayed us on May 31, 2008. I now know that she is just another pol who does not deserve to be in government.

    After over 30 years as a democrat I changed my registration to Independent, but since that means that in my state I cannot vote in the primaries I will have to make a decision to go with the republican party so that I can have a voice.

    As one of my friends is fond of saying VOTE ALL THE BUMS OUT!!!!!

  8. 9 tminu December 19, 2009 at 10:55 pm

    SO SO SAD!!

    “The most dangerous aspect of the Bill is not its provisions for the control of health care decisions; provisions which effectively give the government license to murder anyone in the country, on the excuse that the cost of their health care needs exceeds the value of their life.

    No the most dangerous aspect of the bill is the same as the most dangerous aspect of the so called Financial Reform Bill which passed the U.S. House a week ago: the unprecedented conveyance of power to the Executive Branch.

    Barack Hussein Obama, the usurper, and an openly Marxist, American-hating, de facto dictator, will have with the passage of both bills, complete authority over the economy.

    With his proven track record of corruption, egomania, and tactics of violence and intimidation, once he has this power, you can be sure he will use it against whomever he perceives as his enemy. And from the events of the Spring, we know that is nearly all of main street America: whom his Department of Homeland Security named as terrorist suspects.”

    http://www.thepostemail.com/2009/12/19/deathcares-advent-set-for-christmas/

  9. 10 drkate December 20, 2009 at 12:10 am

    I should have also written about how I think the republicans are trying to ‘claim’ the Tea Party movement…and am a little suspicious of the ‘big name’ republicans coming out now…that’s why I want a check list to measure them…

    • 11 d2i December 21, 2009 at 10:15 am

      you are most correct. the TP movement has to be bigger than either of the two existing parties AND the R’s are doing what they can to infiltrate and take it over. We cannot allow that to occur.

  10. 12 Papoose December 20, 2009 at 6:41 am

    I wish we could come up with a statement of fact that a candidate would profess prior to entering any race. Something that would repel the liars from uttering. Not a slogan, but a concrete promise.

    The monster machine is busy infiltrating on many levels of our government’s Branches.

    I read recently that Soros and his filthy gang are at a phase now whereby their goal is to in$tall Secretaries of States so to push through their will.

    I do not believe the talking heads either. They are paid handsomely to deceive. They are commited to the Agenda. It’s obvious. Plus, they need to pull the public in again to boost ratings. They are trying to get us to revisit their medium for the sake of ratings. Do not be tempted to go back. We’re being duped to drink the Cool Kool-aid again.

  11. 13 KJ Kaufman December 20, 2009 at 11:54 am

    Great article De. Kate. I moved to AZ just four years ago. I realized in early 2008 that we had a closed primary when I didn’t get any election information for the primary. I have been a registered Independent party voter for over a decade, but now I must change my affiliation so that I can help ensure Constitutional candidates make it through the Republican primary process.

    Thank you for writing about this. I have been lazy and haven’t changed my affiliation. I will be doing that this week as a result of reading this article.

  12. 14 Papoose December 20, 2009 at 3:31 pm

    I am reluctant to amend my lifelong affiliation as a Democrat. In my mind’s eye, it skewers their tallies – plus, I am bombarded with their constant propaganda and begging. It keeps my enemy closer and I have a birdseye view of their actions. Even by one, their #s are off-and via the polls I can vote as a negative in their queries.

    Anyone willing to disuade me, please do as I could use an honest opinion for a change.

    • 15 newssleuth December 20, 2009 at 10:33 pm

      MY parents always registered in opposite parties and voted in the primaries in the way they thought most benefited their same favorite candidates.

      If you think you will do more good in another party, change parties. If you want to remain in the Democratic party to vote its primaries, do it.

      Where do you think you can do the most good and which party has values and goals the closest to your own? You are too ethical to go against your beliefs.


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