Sunday, December 28, 2008

Hope you had a very Merry Christmas and a have a Happy New Year

Sorry this post is late...  I took several days off of the internet to spend with family and friends and realized that I did not have a chance to wish all of you a Merry Christmas.  I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and I hope you have a very Happy New Year.

My thoughts this Christmas - thank You God for giving us Your Son to die for our sins, we have an awesome God.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Obama: Just One Vote Away in Ga. from Total Control

VOTE SAXBY 12/2/08!!!

Friday, November 28, 2008

Sarah Palin coming to Georgia

One of my heros is coming to town - Sarah Palin ; ) Check out the details at the link because you do have to rsvp through Saxby's site:


Reagan enters Georgia race to stop Obama

Michael Reagan, the famous radio host, author and son of President Reagan, has joined with the National Republican Trust PAC in endorsing Saxby Chambliss - check out it below:

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving from Conservative and Proud blog!!!

Happy Thanksgiving

I am thankful for so many things this year - including family and friends - 
my precious son Cameron and little dog Cocoa.

I am thankful to be an American with the rights to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

I am thankful that God blessed us with his son Jesus who died for our sins.

I am thankful for the troops and their families who fight to protect us.

I am thankful to know you.

I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Why vote for Saxby - Check this out:

Monday, November 17, 2008

What happens if the democrats in the U.S. Senate gets 60 members (votes)?

Here is the billion dollar question for the 2008 election season - what happens if Senator Obama wins and the democrats get 60 votes in the U.S. Senate and gains in the U.S. House of Representatives? Well we know the answer to the first part of that question, we now have President-elect Obama. The second part of the question remains unanswered but Georgia the answer is in your hands.  

Georgia is now the battleground last stand to give our government balance.  Senator Saxby Chambliss can be our firewall to give conservatives a voice.  If his opponent were to upset Saxby then you might as well just tell the GOP Senators to take a flight back home and stay there.  If the democrats get the 60 votes / members they are seeking they can do anything they want.  They can take our center-right country and speed to the far left on day 1.

Let's really think this through, imagine this possible nightmare if the democrats had 60 votes:

P.E. Obama's Civil Service army
 - Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said in an interview that this would be MANDATORY for ALL 18-25 years old in this country to go to basic training (away from their homes to where the government tells them to go).
***If the democrats have 60 votes this could pass.

Raising Taxes + attacking the Fair Tax
 - P.E. Obama told Joe the plumber that he just wanted to "spread the wealth around", taxes could be raised on anyone at any amount decided by the Congress and President-elect Obama.  The Fair Tax (which is non-partisan) which is supported by republicans, independents/moderates, and democrats has been attacked here in Georgia by the Democratic Senatorial Congressional Committee.  The problem is that the attack was founded by lies, completely untrue accusations against the Fair Tax.  The other problem is the Fair Tax is supported in grassroots by people of all political backgrounds.  Do we have faith that those who would lie about the Fair Tax to try and get a candidate elected would support and pass the Fair Tax?
***If the democrats have 60 votes - taxes could be raised at their discretion and the Fair Tax would most likely be out of the picture until a later date (because it will be passed despite what leadership we have when WE THE PEOPLE want it passed).

Energy Independence
 - the democrats have stated that if they gain control they will reenact the Offshore Drilling Ban (the let this expire prior to the election because a significant majority of Americans wanted to drill offshore along with alternative energy to lower gas prices & as a matter of National Security).  It has been predicted by economist that if this ban goes back into effect then the price of oil could jump back to $100.00+ / Barrel of oil ~ which would increase the price of gas back to before the ban expired.  ($4.00+/gallon gas).
***If the democrats have 60 votes this could pass.

"Fairness Doctrine
" - (aka unfairness doctrine & censorship & anti-1st amendment doctrine) the democrats including Nancy Pelosi have said that they would reenact an old doctrine that President Ronald Reagan ended back during his Presidency that would require ONLY on certain venues including talk radio, blogs, and websites would have to allow opposition to the persons opinion to be given the equal amount of time to give their point of view (no matter what that point of view).  This would not be applied to media such as MSNBC, CBS, NBC, etc... or newspapers such as the New York Times and others, they could continue to lean so far left that they are about to fall down while they have tingly feelings in their legs when they hear P.E. Obama speak.
***If the democrats have 60 votes this could pass

I could go on and on with examples but do you see the seriousness in this race?  Do you understand that if you do not vote and get others out to vote for Saxby the above could become a reality?  It's in Georgia's hands, I pray that Georgia gets it right.

You may be asking yourself, so what if they get 60, can't the republicans just fight them on this?  Well, the best way to fight the majority on radical agendas is a filibuster and when you have 60 members with the same agenda you cannot even stop them with a filibuster.  60 votes is the magic # in the U.S. Senate to have full control and your opposition cannot stop you.  

Why is this matter coming down to Saxby?  The democrats currently have 57 democratic Senators with two races being "recounted" and votes being found all over the place with only one person being voted for in Minnesota (did not even vote for Obama or local races - just for the U.S. Senator), suspicious right.  So if those two "recount" races end up reversing and the losers (democrat candidates) win then the democrats will have 59 democratic Senators which leaves one up for grabs in the only one that the voters can choose - that's SAXBY in Georgia.  

Please consider this when you vote on 12/2/08 (or early vote / absentee vote).  There is one way to have balance in our government so that we can have more than one voice in D.C. to represent WE THE PEOPLE and that is to vote for SAXBY Chambliss on 12/2/08.  Also, there are two other candidates on the ballot - I met Sheffield at the rally held for Saxby on 11/16/08 and he personally was meeting voters and is a great candidate (my opinion - not representing the opinion of Saxby or others) + Lauren McDonald was there with Saxby at the rally also.  Main thing is GET OUT THE VOTE - turnout is what will determine our fate.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

"Anonymous" McCain Staffers - ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!

"Anonymous" McCain staffers are leaking their opinions of Sarah Palin in an effort to tarnish her name and reputation.  Do these people get the fact that they single handily are undoing what was a very special moment for most members of the GOP?  We had our first woman VP candidate.  So what does members of our own party do, they take us back to a sexist place in our party.  Personally I am sick of it.  Rumors are that these "anonymous" staffers worked for Romney's campaign prior to going to work for John McCain's campaign, if that is true then Senator McCain HUGE mistake, look how well Romney's campaign went!!!  Now these "anonymous" staffers = cowards afraid to show their faces and give their opinion are trying to pin this on Sarah Palin.  When this campaign was over I chose not to Monday morning quarterback John McCain's campaign because even if I don't agree with all the choices made I believe John McCain did his best and worked very hard, take the day before the election, McCain went to seven states in one day.  So instead of accepting defeat and moving on what does the "anonymous" coward crew do?  They are insulting Sarah Palin and in turn insulting John McCain, that is cowardly and shows their true character or the lack there of.  These people are trying to pin THEIR failures on Palin, McCain, and others.  I urge them to get over it and either come out and show their faces and claim these mean and unverifiable claims against Palin or just shut up.  These people run the risk of pissing off members of our own base that will see the GOP through a different light if this behavior continues.  I feel that leadership of the GOP, oh yeah we are still trying to get leaders, should speak out against these horrible comments.

During this campaign I was very proud of not only our Country for having a black man on one ticket who ran against a woman and a woman on our ticket as VP candidate.  I may not agree with policy beliefs with the other side but I was very proud to see our Country moving forward in a positive direction.  I was proud to see that what I know from my generation who was fortunate enough not to have to live through what prior generations had to live through.  I never had to be separate from others, I grew up with Martin Luther King's dream, little white children and little black children holding each others hands.  I truly believe in judging a person by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.  So in the future if I disagree with our President elect Obama please understand it will be about policy and it never has been about race for me.  My son and P.E. Obama are the same color, a white mother with a black father, I feel the best of both worlds.  

Sarah Palin is a role model for me and many other women.  Sarah has it all, a beautiful family, a successful career, and a great attitude.  These cowardly people who are trying to tear her down do not even understand how much damage they are doing to our party the GOP.  I love the GOP, this is the party of Lincoln, Reagan, and I do not see my party in these actions.  I will not let these cowards speak for me and my party.  I am not claiming to be the leader of our party but no one else is stepping up condemning these actions which I also feel troubling, so I will say it ENOUGH is ENOUGH!!!  Cowards crawl back under your rocks and stop this before you damage the GOP more than it is already damaged.  The GOP can be restructured and will be just fine, but these attacks could cause people like myself to stand back and make sure this is not where my party is going, because if it is I will not be a part of it.  I am an American first, a Conservative second, and typically I identify with the GOP but if this is the path our party goes down and these actions are not condemned I will truly be a Conservative without a party.  That truly hurts me to say that but what is right is right and what is wrong is wrong.  THIS IS WRONG - ENOUGH is ENOUGH!!!  The future of the GOP should look like this (in my opinion):  Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, Michael Steele, Bobby Jindal, and others.  Strong and smart conservatives who walk the walk, not just talk the talk.  I will not be a part of a party who talks the talk and tears down those who walk the walk, get it together GOP or if not our party is truly in trouble, you need women and if you do not condemn this flummery then a lot of women will feel disconnected from the GOP, if that occurs then the GOP will truly be in trouble.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

NO Pale Pastels, but Bold Colors

We have a very wise man who was one of our Presidents and he gave a speech in 1975 at CPAC that is appropriate today more than ever.  I heard Sean Hannity read this earlier today on his radio show and it spoke to my heart.  I pray it speaks to every conservatives heart.
Below is words from a very great man, God bless his soul!!!

Let Them Go Their Way

Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA)

Conservative Political Action Conference

Washington, DC

March 1, 1975

Since our last meeting we have been through a disastrous election. It is easy for us to be discouraged, as pundits hail that election as a repudiation of our philosophy and even as a mandate of some kind or other. But the significance of the election was not registered by those who voted, but by those who stayed home. If there was anything like a mandate it will be found among almost two-thirds of the citizens who refused to participate.

Bitter as it is to accept the results of the November election, we should have reason for some optimism. For many years now we have preached “the gospel,” in opposition to the philosophy of so-called liberalism which was, in truth, a call to collectivism.

Now, it is possible we have been persuasive to a greater degree than we had ever realized. Few, if any, Democratic party candidates in the last election ran as liberals. Listening to them I had the eerie feeling we were hearing reruns of Goldwater speeches. I even thought I heard a few of my own.

Bureaucracy was assailed and fiscal responsibility hailed. Even George McGovern donned sackcloth and ashes and did penance for the good people of South Dakota.

But let’s not be so naive as to think we are witnessing a mass conversion to the principles of conservatism. Once sworn into office, the victors reverted to type. In their view, apparently, the ends justified the means.

The “Young Turks” had campaigned against “evil politicians.” They turned against committee chairmen of their own party, displaying a taste and talent as cutthroat power politicians quite in contrast to their campaign rhetoric and idealism. Still, we must not forget that they molded their campaigning to fit what even they recognized was the mood of the majority.

And we must see to it that the people are reminded of this as they now pursue their ideological goals—and pursue them they will.

I know you are aware of the national polls which show that a greater (and increasing) number of Americans—Republicans, Democrats and independents—classify themselves as “conservatives” than ever before. And a poll of rank-and-file union members reveals dissatisfaction with the amount of power their own leaders have assumed, and a resentment of their use of that power for partisan politics. Would it shock you to know that in that poll 68 percent of rank-and-file union members of this country came out endorsing right-to-work legislation?

These polls give cause for some optimism, but at the same time reveal a confusion that exists and the need for a continued effort to “spread the word.”

In another recent survey, of 35,000 college and university students polled, three-fourths blame American business and industry for all of our economic and social ills. The same three-fourths think the answer is more (and virtually complete) regimentation and government control of all phases of business—including the imposition of wage and price controls. Yet, 80 percent in the same poll want less government interference in their own lives!

In 1972 the people of this country had a clear-cut choice, based on the issues—to a greater extent than any election in half a century. In overwhelming numbers they ignored party labels, not so much to vote for a man or even a policy as to repudiate a philosophy. In doing so they repudiated that final step into the welfare state—that call for the confiscation and redistribution of their earnings on a scale far greater than what we now have. They repudiated the abandonment of national honor and a weakening of this nation’s ability to protect itself.

A study has been made that is so revealing that I’m not surprised it has been ignored by a certain number of political commentators and columnists. The political science department of Georgetown University researched the mandate of the 1972 election and recently presented its findings at a seminar.

Taking several major issues which, incidentally, are still the issues of the day, they polled rank-and-file members of the Democratic party on their approach to these problems. Then they polled the delegates to the two major national conventions—the leaders of the parties.

They found the delegates to the Republican convention almost identical in their responses to those of the rank-and-file Republicans. Yet, the delegates to the Democratic convention were miles apart from the thinking of their own party members.

The mandate of 1972 still exists. The people of America have been confused and disturbed by events since that election, but they hold an unchanged philosophy.

Our task is to make them see that what we represent is identical to their own hopes and dreams of what America can and should be. If there are questions as to whether the principles of conservatism hold up in practice, we have the answers to them. Where conservative principles have been tried, they have worked. Gov. Meldrim Thomson is making them work in New Hampshire; so is Arch Moore in West Virginia and Mills Godwin in Virginia. Jack Williams made them work in Arizona and I’m sure Jim Edwards will in South Carolina.

If you will permit me, I can recount my own experience in California.

When I went to Sacramento eight years ago, I had the belief that government was no deep, dark mystery, that it could be operated efficiently by using the same common sense practiced in our everyday life, in our homes, in business and private affairs.

The “lab test” of my theory – California—was pretty messed up after eight years of a road show version of the Great Society. Our first and only briefing came from the outgoing director of finance, who said: “We’re spending $1 million more a day than we’re taking in. I have a golf date. Good luck!” That was the most cheerful news we were to hear for quite some time.

California state government was increasing by about 5,000 new employees a year. We were the welfare capital of the world with 16 percent of the nation’s caseload. Soon, California’s caseload was increasing by 40,000 a month.

We turned to the people themselves for help. Two hundred and fifty experts in the various fields volunteered to serve on task forces at no cost to the taxpayers. They went into every department of state government and came back with 1,800 recommendations on how modern business practices could be used to make government more efficient. We adopted 1,600 of them.

We instituted a policy of “cut, squeeze and trim” and froze the hiring of employees as replacements for retiring employees or others leaving state service.

After a few years of struggling with the professional welfarists, we again turned to the people. First, we obtained another task force and, when the legislature refused to help implement its recommendations, we presented the recommendations to the electorate.

It still took some doing. The legislature insisted our reforms would not work; that the needy would starve in the streets; that the workload would be dumped on the counties; that property taxes would go up and that we’d run up a deficit the first year of $750 million.

That was four years ago. Today, the needy have had an average increase of 43 percent in welfare grants in California, but the taxpayers have saved $2 billion by the caseload not increasing that 40,000 a month. Instead, there are some 400,000 fewer on welfare today

than then.

Forty of the state’s 58 counties have reduced property taxes for two years in a row (some for three). That $750-million deficit turned into an $850-million surplus which we returned to the people in a one-time tax rebate. That wasn’t easy. One state senator described that rebate as “an unnecessary expenditure of public funds.”

For more than two decades governments—federal, state, local—have been increasing in size two-and-a-half times faster than the population increase. In the last 10 years they have increased the cost in payroll seven times as fast as the increase in numbers.

We have just turned over to a new administration in Sacramento a government virtually the same size it was eight years ago. With the state’s growth rate, this means that government absorbed a workload increase, in some departments as much as 66 percent.

We also turned over—for the first time in almost a quarter of a century—a balanced budget and a surplus of $500 million. In these eight years just passed, we returned to the people in rebates, tax reductions and bridge toll reductions $5.7 billion. All of this is contrary to the will of those who deplore conservatism and profess to be liberals, yet all of it is pleasing to its citizenry.

Make no mistake, the leadership of the Democratic party is still out of step with the majority of Americans.

Speaker Carl Albert recently was quoted as saying that our problem is “60 percent recession, 30 percent inflation and 10 percent energy.” That makes as much sense as saying two and two make 22.

Without inflation there would be no recession. And unless we curb inflation we can see the end of our society and economic system. The painful fact is we can only halt inflation by undergoing a period of economic dislocation—a recession, if you will.

We can take steps to ease the suffering of some who will be hurt more than others, but if we turn from fighting inflation and adopt a program only to fight recession we are on the road to disaster.

In his first address to Congress, the president asked Congress to join him in an all-out effort to balance the budget. I think all of us wish that he had re-issued that speech instead of this year’s budget message.

What side can be taken in a debate over whether the deficit should be $52 billion or $70 billion or $80 billion preferred by the profligate Congress?

Inflation has one cause and one cause only: government spending more than government takes in. And the cure to inflation is a balanced budget. We know, of course, that after 40 years of social tinkering and Keynesian experimentation that we can’t do this all at once, but it can be achieved. Balancing the budget is like protecting your virtue: you have to learn to say “no.”

This is no time to repeat the shopworn panaceas of the New Deal, the Fair Deal and the Great Society. John Kenneth Galbraith, who, in my opinion, is living proof that economics is an inexact science, has written a new book. It is called “Economics and the Public Purpose.” In it, he asserts that market arrangements in our economy have given us inadequate housing, terrible mass transit, poor health care and a host of other miseries. And then, for the first time to my knowledge, he advances socialism as the answer to our problems.

Shorn of all side issues and extraneous matter, the problem underlying all others is the worldwide contest for the hearts and minds of mankind. Do we find the answers to human misery in freedom as it is known, or do we sink into the deadly dullness of the Socialist ant heap?

Those who suggest that the latter is some kind of solution are, I think, open to challenge. Let’s have no more theorizing when actual comparison is possible. There is in the world a great nation, larger than ours in territory and populated with 250 million capable people. It is rich in resources and has had more than 50 uninterrupted years to practice socialism without opposition.

We could match them, but it would take a little doing on our part. We’d have to cut our paychecks back by 75 percent; move 60 million workers back to the farm; abandon two-thirds of our steel-making capacity; destroy 40 million television sets; tear up 14 of every 15 miles of highway; junk 19 of every 20 automobiles; tear up two-thirds of our railroad track; knock down 70 percent of our houses; and rip out nine out of every 10 telephones. Then, all we have to do is find a capitalist country to sell us wheat on credit to keep us from starving!

Our people are in a time of discontent. Our vital energy supplies are threatened by possibly the most powerful cartel in human history. Our traditional allies in Western Europe are experiencing political and economic instability bordering on chaos.

We seem to be increasingly alone in a world grown more hostile, but we let our defenses shrink to pre-Pearl Harbor levels. And we are conscious that in Moscow the crash build-up of arms continues. The SALT II agreement in Vladivostok, if not re-negotiated, guarantees the Soviets a clear missile superiority sufficient to make a “first strike” possible, with little fear of reprisal. Yet, too many congressmen demand further cuts in our own defenses, including delay if not cancellation of the B-1 bomber.

I realize that millions of Americans are sick of hearing about Indochina, and perhaps it is politically unwise to talk of our obligation to Cambodia and South Vietnam. But we pledged—in an agreement that brought our men home and freed our prisoners—to give our allies arms and ammunition to replace on a one-for-one basis what they expend in resisting the aggression of the Communists who are violating the cease-fire and are fully aided by their Soviet and Red Chinese allies. Congress has already reduced the appropriation to half of what they need and threatens to reduce it even more.

Can we live with ourselves if we, as a nation, betray our friends and ignore our pledged word? And, if we do, who would ever trust us again? To consider committing such an act so contrary to our deepest ideals is symptomatic of the erosion of standards and values. And this adds to our discontent.

We did not seek world leadership; it was thrust upon us. It has been our destiny almost from the first moment this land was settled. If we fail to keep our rendezvous with destiny or, as John Winthrop said in 1630, “Deal falsely with our God,” we shall be made “a story and byword throughout the world.”

Americans are hungry to feel once again a sense of mission and greatness.

I don ‘t know about you, but I am impatient with those Republicans who after the last election rushed into print saying, “We must broaden the base of our party”—when what they meant was to fuzz up and blur even more the differences between ourselves and our opponents.

It was a feeling that there was not a sufficient difference now between the parties that kept a majority of the voters away from the polls. When have we ever advocated a closed-door policy? Who has ever been barred from participating?

Our people look for a cause to believe in. Is it a third party we need, or is it a new and revitalized second party, raising a banner of no pale pastels, but bold colors which make it unmistakably clear where we stand on all of the issues troubling the people?

Let us show that we stand for fiscal integrity and sound money and above all for an end to deficit spending, with ultimate retirement of the national debt.

Let us also include a permanent limit on the percentage of the people’s earnings government can take without their consent.

Let our banner proclaim a genuine tax reform that will begin by simplifying the income tax so that workers can compute their obligation without having to employ legal help.

And let it provide indexing—adjusting the brackets to the cost of living—so that an increase in salary merely to keep pace with inflation does not move the taxpayer into a surtax bracket. Failure to provide this means an increase in government’s share and would make the worker worse off than he was before he got the raise.

Let our banner proclaim our belief in a free market as the greatest provider for the people.

Let us also call for an end to the nit-picking, the harassment and over-regulation of business and industry which restricts expansion and our ability to compete in world markets.

Let us explore ways to ward off socialism, not by increasing government’s coercive power, but by increasing participation by the people in the ownership of our industrial machine.

Our banner must recognize the responsibility of government to protect the law-abiding, holding those who commit misdeeds personally accountable.

And we must make it plain to international adventurers that our love of peace stops short of “peace at any price.”

We will maintain whatever level of strength is necessary to preserve our free way of life.

A political party cannot be all things to all people. It must represent certain fundamental beliefs which must not be compromised to political expediency, or simply to swell its numbers.

I do not believe I have proposed anything that is contrary to what has been considered Republican principle. It is at the same time the very basis of conservatism. It is time to reassert that principle and raise it to full view. And if there are those who cannot subscribe to these principles, then let them go their way.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Alaska Maverick

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee shares his feelings on Israel with Shalom TV

Mike Huckabee gets it.

I wish all people could understand how important it is to support Israel not only for their safety but ours as well.

The Bible says if you bless Israel you will be blessed and if you curse Israel you will be cursed.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Our Country is Broke - How You Can Fix It

I just saw a poem (see below) on a blog - goes great with the above video:

The Tax Poem I didn’t write this. I don’t know who did. It was shared with me in an email by my friend Leo Martinez. Most people don’t stop to think about all the taxes we pay. I know I didn’t.


Tax his land,

Tax his bed,

Tax the table

At which he’s fed.

Tax his tractor,

Tax his mule,

Teach him taxes

Are the rule.

Tax his work,

Tax his pay,

He works for peanuts


Tax his cow,

Tax his goat,

Tax his pants,

Tax his coat.

Tax his ties,

Tax his shirt,

Tax his work,

Tax his dirt.

Tax his tobacco,

Tax his drink,

Tax him if he

Tries to think.

Tax his cigars,

Tax his beers,

If he cries

Tax his tears.

Tax his car,

Tax his gas,

Find other ways

To tax his ass.

Tax all he has

Then let him know

That you won’t be done

Till he has no dough.

When he screams and hollers;

Then tax him some more,

Tax him till

He’s good and sore.

Then tax his coffin,

Tax his grave,

Tax the sod in

Which he’s laid.

Put these words

Upon his tomb,

‘Taxes drove me

to my doom…’

When he’s gone,

Do not relax,

Its time to apply

The inheritance tax.

Accounts ReceivableTax

Building Permit Tax

CDL license Tax

Cigarette Tax

Corporate Income Tax

Dog License Tax

Excise Taxes

Federal Income Tax

Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)

Fishing LicenseTax

Food License Tax

Fuel Permit Tax

Gasoline Tax (44.75 cents per gallon)

Gross Receipts Tax

Hunting License Tax

Inheritance Tax

Inventory Tax

IRS Interest Charges

IRS Penalties (tax on top of tax)

Liquor Tax

Luxury Taxes

Marriage License Tax

Medicare Tax

Personal Property Tax

Property Tax

Real Estate Tax

Service Charge Tax

Social Security Tax

Road Usage Tax

Sales Tax

Recreational Vehicle Tax

School Tax

State Income Tax

State Unemployment Tax (SUTA)

Telephone Federal Excise Tax

Telephone Federal Universal Service Fee Tax

Telephone Federal, State and Local Surcharge Taxes

Telephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Tax

Telephone Recurring and Non-recurring Charges Tax

Telephone State and Local Tax

Telephone Usage Charge Tax

Utility Taxes

Vehicle License Registration Tax

Vehicle Sales Tax

Watercraft Registration Tax

Well Permit Tax

Workers Compensation Tax

Are we missing any here?


Not one of these taxes existed 100 years ago, and our nation was the most prosperous in the world. We had absolutely no national debt, had the largest middle class in the world, and Mom stayed home to raise the kids.

What in the hell happened? Can you say politicians?


Monday, June 23, 2008

George Martin - Hero - finishes walk across U.S.A. for 9/11 Charity

George Martin is a hero in my opinion. This man walked across the U.S.A. going through many pair of shoes and walking over 3000 miles to help raise money for a 9/11 charity. This is definately a patriotic American and I say thank you.

You can see video of and read more about Mr Martin at:

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Audacity of SEXISM by another Democrat - Congressman David Scott

Remember what the far left did to Hillary Clinton - here is another far left liberal going after another woman!!! Below is a picture of a Congressional Candidate's husband who is protesting peacefully outside of Congressman David Scott's (Democrat) offices related to a sexist and disrespectful comment as you can read on Mr Honeycutt's sign as well as the article that was emailed to me below the picture. The audacity that this Congressman David Scott (D) would call this respectable and intelligent strong woman "that BITCH" is more than disrespectful and sexist it is outrageous and I believe inexcusable in my opinion.

Congressional Candidate's Husband
Pickets Congressman's Office

Andrew Honeycutt, husband of 13th District Congressional Candidate Deborah Honeycutt, picketed Congressman David Scott's offices in Clayton County and Cobb County demanding an apology for insulting his wife.According to reports, Congressman David Scott approached a writer for the Atlanta Daily World during qualifying and asked about the 13th District contest, "Are you helping that b----?"

Andrew Honeycutt sent a letter to Rep. Scott, asking for an apology. Scott did not respond. "I wanted to give him a chance to respond. This picket is a response to his non-response," he said, "I'm just asking him to be respectful."Andrew Honeycutt picketed at Rep. Scott's two District Offices wearing a sandwich board.

Andrew E. Honeycutt, Distinguished Business Fellow at Shorter College, Rome, GA and Dean of the Anaheim University Akio Morita School of Business, is the recipient of the Doctor of Business Administration degree in Marketing from Harvard University and the Masters in Business Administration degree from Boston University.

Can you believe the audacity of sexist arrogance and disrespect that Congressman David Scott has shown towards Dr Honeycutt and her husband? I think all should be offended despite their political beliefs!!! It is time to get rid of this type of mentality out of D.C. and start fresh with intelligent and down to earth candidates such as Dr Honeycutt (Medical Doctor) who supports small business and the Fair Tax which would help lower your taxes and help you keep ALL of your paycheck, as well as, other ways to help people like you and me.
I have had the opportunity to hear Dr Honeycutt speak with passion and a vision to move us forward to a positive place - we must leave this type of behavior back in the past and elect great leaders such as Dr Honeycutt to Congress to move our country forward in the right direction.
I also had the opportunity to speak with Dr Honeycutt after her speech and was impressed not only with her passion, vision, and impressive qualifications but also that she is down to earth and listens when you speak to her - NOT all politicians do that.
If you would like to send words of encouragement to Dr Honeycutt and her husband and/or learn more about Dr Honeycutt - her website is:

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Drill Here. Drill NOW. Pay Less.

Want to see a picture of the place in ANWR where oil companies want to drill ???

(the little red box - not the whole area)

Here it is:

Unlike what the liberal left including George Soros news and people will tell you - in this area there are no pretty mountains, caribou, polar bears, streams, etc... you get the picture!

Sunday, May 18, 2008

John Oxendine for Georgia's Governor 2010

Today at our State Convention John Oxendine gave a passionate speech showing his vision for Georgia if elected as governor in 2010 including working to get the Fair Tax passed by getting the governors of the other states together. Mr Oxendine has done a great job as insurance commissioner in my opinion and after the speech he gave today he made a strong case for my vote in 2010. 

Way to go G 7 (Georgia Republican delegation) - making conservatives proud

The people of Georgia should be very proud of our Georgia Republican delegation also known as G 7. Conservative representation for a conservative state where three members of the G 7 were tied for the MOST Conservative members of the house per the National Journal's website scores were based on their roll-call votes on key economic, social and foreign policy issues during 2007. Other members of the G7 were just below those who tied for 1st place.
Those who were tied for first place included:
Linder, John, R-Ga.-7
Westmoreland, Lynn, R-Ga.-3
Gingrey, Phil, R-Ga.-11.

Friday, May 2, 2008

God bless our Troops and their families

A while back I heard a commercial on Hannity's radio show about Boca Java coffee which with the program being offered I heard about every time I order coffee Boca Java matches that and sends coffee to our soldiers. I have just received my second letter from our soldiers. The first letter was a few months back from Iraq and this latest letter was from Afghanistan from a soldier and his platoon based out of Kentucky who is currently serving our Country and protecting us from those who want to harm us all. God bless them and thank them to all of our soldiers and their families. For me it is the least I can do to get coffee over to our soldiers for all that they do and sacrifice for Liberty.

If you would like to find out about ordering coffee which is made fresh when ordered (beans are not prepared until you order your coffee) and be able to help our troops have the same great coffee the website is:

I have no affiliation with Boca Java and will gain nothing financially from this if you order through them. I only spread this word to you to help the soldiers who do so much for us. The letter from the soldier in Afghanistan said it is about to get hot but lately it has been rainy and cold and the coffee has helped. Please consider this for our Troops - the #1 Military in the World - God bless you United States Military - and their families.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Elephants are falling from the sky

OK - is it just me or is stupid FAKE Al Gore - who has to use computer generated images in his fake movie about GLOBAL WARMING and use Styrofoam to make fake icebergs breaking apart because he could not find any REAL icebergs breaking apart trying to pull a fast one and try and be sneaky with his stupid commercial and disrespect the GOP???? Al Gore has elephants falling from the sky (see below) - I hope all 1.2 billion elephants land on dumb democratic donkey's and squash everyone of them - Al Gore is a complete IDIOT and I am so tired of people buying into MAN-MADE Global Warming - don't get me wrong - I love our planet and I think we should keep our planet as clean as we can as it is a gift from God - I do not litter nor do I allow my son to litter but that is not what Al Gore's mission is about - in my opinion he could care less about the planet, the animals, or you and I - all he cares about is making money and taxing the "RICH"!!!! it is about making what you and I breathe out CO2 (Carbon - yes I know it is Carbon Dioxide - this is one thing he wants to tax) Gore wants to tax the very breath we exhale as a CARBON FOOTPRINT TAXES - if he wants to compare footprints - Gore and Edwards and Kerry and all of the liberal idiots would have a Carbon Footprint the size of Shaquille O'Neals big shoes - OR BIGGER as they fly around on their LEER jets trying to make you and I walk or ride bikes - guess their plan is we walk and ride bikes then we breath more - I guess they can tax us more - maybe they want to tax people who have anxiety or COPD (lung diseases) that breathe faster than you or I with higher carbon taxes as they breathe more out - but I am sure that would only apply to legal citizens who work as does most other taxes!!!! This is the absolute stupidest tax scheme I have ever heard of in my life - and yes I know some on the right have fallen into this trap but not as far as as the Liberal left and all of their TAX PLANS - this is another reason we need the Fair Tax to get the power away from idiots who do not know how to handle money or taxes and back into the hands of you and I - WE THE PEOPLE of the U.S.A. who know how to handle our money and could control our taxes with the Fair Tax. I bet our founding fathers would have a stroke if they were not already dead if they knew that our Republic has come to this. What's next - if they tax us - will they give tax credits to the trees and bushes who breath in the CO2 (Carbon)??? Maybe we could plant a lot of trees and get tax deduction for the CO2 eliminated by our trees and bushes - but then we would be taxed for driving our cars to pick up the trees and bushes??? Do you see where I'm going with this - you have to think absolutely and completely backwards and stupid to think like these Liberals but I am willing to go there - You MUST KNOW your ENEMY in order to stop them!!!! And at present time Liberalism is starting to pass Islamo-fascism in being the biggest threat to our nation - maybe they are tied for 1st - they both are terrible threats. The latest theory I hear regarding this scam is that businesses will be allowed a certain amount of carbon credits - if they need more they must buy them from a business who is not using as much - it's all about MONEY and TAXES that is all this is about and AL "idiot" Gore is getting RICH off of this FLUMMERY (flummery was appropriate here I believe BB) ; ) We must remind our party (GOP) that we think this makes no sense - and no where in the U.S. Constitution or Bill of Rights or anywhere else in history is carbon discussed - our founding fathers had to breathe - they exhaled Carbon (CO2) - if they wanted to tax the breath we exhale then they could have but those leaders had brains and were wise - Al Gore is nothing like our Founding Fathers - they believed in freedom / liberty - Al Gore is just sneaky and trying to steal our freedom and liberty and our money!!!!! Sorry to go off on a tangent like this - but if you give an inch the liberals will take a mile - and as the saying goes if you don't stand for something you will fall for anything - Conservatives if you want a country as founded by our founding fathers you better start standing or we will all fall !!!! Below is a petition if you would like to sign it - please forward this on - thanks.
From the Desk of:
Steve Elliott, President, Alliance 4/22/2008 According to, Al Gore has launched an advertising campaign that will play out in theatres across the nation urging movie goers to do their part to "mitigate the 'climate crisis'". The animated short "Sky is Falling" features a billion elephants falling from the sky and the subsequent havoc they wreck on the planet. The video concludes saying, "It's time to stop ignoring the 1.2 billion elephants in the room." This is the kind of intimidation and scare tactic set to capture the minds of many citizens who will blindly follow the climate hysteria like sheep.
Al Gore Climate hysteria, take a stand to alert others by getting the message out that this is a hoax! 150,000 Petitions Needed in 30 Days Climate Alarmists and the media may think they are having their way with the American people, but with your help, I can use these petitions to demonstrate to all that Americans aren't buying into the Global Warming hoax, or the $1.2 Trillion Carbon Tax! We can expose this scam and defeat this crushing tax! Sign our petition opposing the Climate Alarmist Agenda and coming Carbon Tax by clicking here:

Friday, April 11, 2008

Words from a wise man

by Mike Huckabee

In my first race, I was an unknown candidate running for the United States Senate against a three-term incumbent. Most political figures believed I couldn’t win so did nothing to help. There was a major exception: Charlton Heston. When others didn’t have time for me, he did. I didn’t win that first race, but his encouragement is something I’ll never forget.
Six years later, I was an incumbent Governor running for reelection and Charlton Heston came to two small communities in South Arkansas to do campaign events. The events were stunningly successful, bringing record crowds to these communities who were beyond thrilled at the thought that one of the great actors of all time had come to their towns.
In every way, he was gracious, thoughtful, kind, and accommodating to the hordes of people who came to see him. A gentleman in the truest sense, he exemplified class and conviction.
Even though he starred in legendary pictures like "The Ten Commandments" and "Ben Hur," Charlton Heston will be remembered not for his movie roles, but for his heartfelt convictions. His integrity and courage should be an object lesson for future leaders.
Janet and I send our heartfelt condolences to his wife, Lydia, and their children. They will be in our thoughts and prayers in the days and weeks to come.
Governor Huckabee I concur 100%. God bless those who are in a better place than we are like Charlton Heston and his friend Ronald Reagan, as well as, ones who are still with us as strong leaders in this world such as the author up above Mike Huckabee.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

What would 14.355 Trillion dollars do for the economy?

Now that is an economic stimulus plan! 14.355 TRILLION dollars pumped back into the economy as quick as it could find it's way back to the U.S. - yes that is trillion with a "T". This would cause an economic boom like no one has ever seen - it may even register on the Richter scale.

So I guess you are probably wondering where the 14.355 trillion dollars would come from? and why are we not doing this now? I can tell you where from but not the why part because I don't understand either why we are not already doing this plan.
This plan would cause the U.S. to be the #1 Tax Haven in the WORLD!!! Investors from other countries and businesses would be fighting to get in and unlike those who fight to get in and drain the economy this would be people who would bring jobs and money to our country and cause the economy to grow in leaps and bounds and decrease inflation which would decrease the cost of gas and food and all other items we see increasing at present time. Gas is actually a little more complicated than some items with rising costs but it would help.
This plan was created in the free market by business people who invested about 22 million dollars of their money to find a real economic stimulus plan. These people started this plan in the 1990's way ahead of the curve like the free market is in comparison to government. This group of businessmen hired the best economists they could find in the country. They came from MIT, Harvard, Boston U., etc... They were given a goal, 22 million dollars, and time to come up with a plan to stimulate the economy - not just for the rich, but also the middle class and the poor. This group of expert economists put together several plans and set up a group of citizens just like you and I and evaluated the different plans - OVERWHELMINGLY the public - the group of citizens made up of all different type of backgrounds including poor, rich, middle class, retired, etc... chose one plan. This plan is non-partisan and does not favor one party or another this is for all Americans regardless of their political beliefs.
This plan would include receiving a monthly check from the government (not welfare) this is given to all legal residents with valid social security #'s and sent every month to the head of the household based on the size of the family in order to bring ALL Americans here legally with valid social security #'s up to the level of poverty - this would also encourage those here illegally to become legal citizens.
This plan also ensures that all people living in America pay taxes across the board - legal citizens and those who are here illegally or participating in illegal activities such as drug dealing, pimps, prostitutes, etc... which it is estimated that just the underground economy - those who are here illegally or participating in illegal activities cost our economy approximately 1 TRILLION dollars per year (yes that is again trillion with a "T"). Now if you add that trillion with the other 13 trillion, we are already up to 14 trillion dollars that would pour in to the U.S. economy rather quickly. You could say it would pour in as fast as those could fight each other to see who could get here the quickest.
Also, this plan would eliminate the uncollected taxes that we currently have which is estimated at 345 Billion dollars per year (yes, that is a "B" - we are past millions these days). So let us add that on to the 14 Trillion and we would then have 14.345 Trillion dollars in our economy that we currently do not have. The uncollected taxes come from those who are evading taxes (hiding their money and avoiding paying taxes), those who are confused by the 17,000 pages in our current tax code which has been changed 11,000 times just since 1986. Also, the IRS itself gobbles up 10 Billion dollars per year (yes another "B") - so if there was a way to spread out the taxes and make it fair for those who are poor, middle class, and rich and eliminate 10 billion dollars per year would you be interested? Let's say you all say yes and agree with me that taxes could be collected in a better more efficient and fair way so let us add 10 billion dollars to the 14.345 Trillion dollars, now we have 14.355 Trillion dollars into the U.S. economy.
Also, an economist from Harvard named Dale Jorgensen has stated that GDP (Gross Domestic Product) would be expected to grow 9 to 13% QUICKLY. Another economist from Boston U. - Laurence Kotlikoff stated that stock in U.S. capital would increase 13% in the near term and as much as 83% in the long term, as well as, GDP increase of 7 to 14%.
At this point that is getting amazing - 14.345 Trillion dollars into our economy and quickly and includes eliminating a broken inefficient system which is not working out well for Americans and taking the power away from the IRS and closing their doors for good!!!
Back in the 1980's there was a great and wise man who was a great President (one of the best there ever was in my opinion), as you know his name was Ronald Reagan. What President Reagan realized was if you decrease the tax burden then this would help and grow the economy. President Reagan was correct and by decreasing the marginal tax rate from 70% down to 28% guess what happened? I'll tell you nearly 1/2 Trillion dollars flooded in to the U.S. economy and thus the economy turned around and headed upwards and grew. Interest rates decreased and jobs grew and those who worked hard felt the difference in their wallets.
Now back to the 14.355 trillion dollars - just imagine for a moment what that would do for the economy. Imagine a plan that treated exports and imports the same. Imagine a plan that would promote jobs coming here vs. going to other countries. Imagine a plan that eliminates ALL current federal taxes. Imagine a plan that abolishes the 16th amendment and returns our taxation back to the way our founding fathers intended. Imagine a plan that would let you keep your entire paycheck (except state taxes - unless your state has a similar plan such as Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming - in which you would keep your entire paycheck). Imagine a plan that brings all legal American citizens up to poverty level and encourages those here illegally to become legal. Imagine a plan that pays business owners (who already collect state taxes in 43 states) to collect the tax at the point of sale (at the cash register) to receive a percentage of the sales they make just for sending the money on in to the state they live in and the state would in turn receive a percentage for forwarding this money on in to the federal government. Imagine a plan that would not change social security or medicare benefits and would not change the amount going in to those programs as this plan is revenue neutral (government takes in same amount it takes in now - just collected in a different way).
So I bet you are wondering how this could work? Well, I'll tell you. If you take the 13 trillion in off shore money and bring it back home that would stimulate the economy more than you can imagine. If you are able to tax those who participate in illegal activities known as the underground economy then that would bring in another trillion dollars (per year) which would serve two important purposes - stimulate the economy AND decrease the burden from those who do follow the law and would distribute the tax to ALL who live in America. This plan would cut out tax loopholes and evasion and when you add in the other 355 billion dollars (per year) from uncollected taxes and 10 billion dollars (per year) that it cost to run and operate the IRS you are taking the burden of the taxation from those who work or produce goods and services and applying the tax to all citizens in a fair way and bringing all legal citizens up to at least a level of poverty plus all are able to keep their entire paycheck. You are not punishing working hard or productivity you are not making it harder for those who work harder - you are making it fair for all.
Now I bet you want to know how this would work. As explained above you see where the 14.355 trillion dollars comes from. Now the how part. I must first back up just a few steps and explain one more thing. I think everyone knows what Coca Cola (Coke soft drink) is so let us use a 20 oz. bottle of Coke as an example. Today if you went to the store and purchased a Coke it would cost you $1.00 (I'm using $1.00 to keep the math simple - plus it is close to what one actually costs).
  • Do you think there are any taxes in the Coke you are buying? (I'm not speaking of the state sales tax if you live in one of the 43 states which has an income tax - I am speaking of FEDERAL TAXES).
  1. If you said yes then you are correct.
  2. If you said no let me explain why there are federal taxes in the bottle of Coke you are buying.
There is a myth out there that corporations pay taxes, they do not, have not, and never will.
What a corporation does is add the tax into the cost of the product which has been calculated by economists to be 22% of the purchase price.
Back to our example, 20 oz. bottle of Coca Cola, at the cash register it costs $1.00 in that dollar you are paying 78 cents for the cost of the Coke and 22 cents to all companies who helped get the Coke to the cash register.
Let's take a trip with the Coke as it is born. First you have to have a bottle to put the coke in and then you have to have a label to identify it ever before the Coke is born - those companies pay taxes. Now the Coke itself is at a Coca Cola facility and the ingredients used to make the Coke - yes taxes are due from those companies and tax is added on here too. Once the Coke makes it way into the bottle it has to get on a truck and be delivered to the store - again more taxes added on here. Once the Coke arrives at the store there has to be marketing and advertising or who would know what a Coke was (we all know now but when Coca Cola started people did not know) yet again more taxes added on. Now the Coke is in the store and you know about it and the store sells the Coke to you, guess what the store owner has to pay taxes - a little more is added on here. By the time that process ends and you are drinking your Coke, 22 cents in taxes out of the dollar you paid were collected and you paid them.
Now you get to work and work hard and you get your paycheck - you are taxed again!!!
You go buy gas to get to work - gas prices are up but guess what you are again taxed and these taxes in gas by the time they are added up come to around 40 cents per gallon to the government.
But does the madness stop here? No, when you die they tax you, when you are married they tax you, when you win a prize they tax you, when you work harder they tax you at a higher rate and take away the benefit of working harder. When I say they I mean the federal government.
There are more examples but I don't want to depress you too much but do you see why now I say people like you and I pay the taxes now - Corporations do not pay taxes they just raise our prices when the taxes increase, underground economy does not pay over and above the 22 cents embedded into the products/services we all buy, those who have a lot of money and want to keep a lot of money who move their money south of the U.S. known as off shore money they do not pay taxes above the 22 cents embedded into the products/services we buy now - just you and I do.
Don't fret though, I know a plan which can change all of this. What this plan which is fair to all does is correct the biggest mistake ever made in our country which dates back to 2/12/1913. That was one sad day when one political group played a political game with the other side of the aisle and the game went on and you and I lost out on the deal. This is the day the IRS was born and the 16 amendment was originated. Did you know that we had NO IRS until 1913? And the kicker even in 1913 they did not take money from your paycheck which was ruled unconstitutional several times, as well as, the IRS until the 16th amendment passed.
The plan I speak of is the ONLY PLAN that abolishes the 16th amendment and CLOSES THE IRS FOREVER!!!! A provision is in this plan that abolishes the 16th amendment!!!!
Withholding (which is code word for we are going to take your money before you ever see it, so that you do not clue how much money you make if you are not paying attention which the government planned on when starting withholding). Up until 1943 people would write one check and send it in once a year and could see how much Federal Income Tax they were paying. Well, the government could see that people would not stand for the government continuing to raise their taxes to ridiculous amounts if they knew how much they were taking. The government decided on a plan to hide the taxes by taking your money before you see it - IN YOUR PAYCHECK. And per Neal Boortz in an awesome book Boortz and Congressman John Linder wrote (The Fair Tax Book and has a new book as well Fair Tax - the Truth - answering the critics) the government even used Donald Duck in advertisements and used tricky deceptive language to convince the people to accept withholding. Yet again more power shifted from the people to the federal government!!!
Now with that said you see how 22% of every dollar you pay for something is already TAX that you are already paying. Also, you see they take more money out of your paycheck before you ever see it. How does this plan I speak of work?
The government sends you a check to your house in a prebate check every month it arrives to the head of the household and amount depends on the number of legal citizens in the family. Which is a nice amount and brings all Americans up to the level of poverty and above. You only pay taxes on NEW goods and services. YOU DO NOT PAY TAXES ON USED GOODS. That means you are able to control when, where, and how much tax you pay to the federal government because this plan is a consumption tax. If you want a car and you buy a used car no taxes are paid (now they are) with this plan they are not. Remember the days of flipping houses - yes that is right - used house NO TAX thus would stimulate the real estate sector of the economy!!! Another way this plan stimulates real estate sector of economy - this plan decreases interest rates because economy itself improves. Imagine you make x amount of money per hour you work 40 hours a week you get paid that full amount, you work 60 hours that week you are not penalized as you are now - with this plan you get to keep all that money!!!
What is done with this plan is you go to the same store you went to before and you buy a Coke, you go up to the register and pull out $1.00 and hand it to the clerk and leave. But wait you say - I thought there was a consumption tax added on? It is but in a different way than you are thinking. Think about this plan like algebra - if you take it from one side then you add to the other side then it is still even. Now when you go to the register the Coke has a price tag which says 77 cents the clerk rings it up and adds the consumption tax of 23 cents (23% of every dollar on new goods and services) and that total comes up to $1.00.
So you may be thinking well what is the difference in now and this new plan I speak of. Let me tell you why this plan is better than now and any other consumption tax plan out there such as the flat tax or VAT (Value Added Tax). The plan I speak of is the only plan that abolishes the IRS under the other plans out there and now as we currently are your taxes are taken out of your paycheck and with the two taxes listed above you still pay Federal INCOME Tax. Also, the plan I speak of is the only plan that has the monthly prebate check you receive to bring ALL AMERICANS up to the level of poverty or higher. This plan allows you to keep all the money you work hard to earn - you make as much as you want to without penalty under this plan. The cost of goods do not increase as they do in the above plans, if you pay $1.00 today, then you pay $1.00 with this plan due to competition in the free market.
So I bet you are probably screaming the only question left -
The FairTax Act (HR 25, S 1025)
Yes, the Fair Tax!!!
Do you know how the Fair Tax was named?
By a citizen like you and me!!!
Learn more at:
if you can
please join us
At the National Fair Tax Freedom Rally this weekend Saturday 4/12/08 at 12PM
Hall of Fame Park
Between 4th and 5th Avenues
(in front of Country Music Hall of Fame)
Downtown Nashville, Tennessee
Rally: 12:00 - 2:30 pm
March: 2:30 pm to the Tennessee State Capitol.
People will be there to direct you when you get close!!!

And my pick for presidential candidate:

Some people said Huckabee ONLY did good because of EVANGELICAL Christians - I am a Christian and Gov. Huckabee's faith was a plus for me- but the way I heard of Huckabee in the beginning and the main reason I supported Huckabee is the FAIR TAX!!!

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Republican for a REASON

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Rockdale-Newton Republican Conservatives

There is a new meetup group starting up. If you are in Newton or Rockdale County (Georgia) and if you are a Conservative who believe: Members of this group aspire to the traditional conservative principles of the Republican Party. This group will play an active role in events and activities within our respective counties to promote leadership and growing the Republican voter base thereby continuing the successful election of conservative Republicans to local, county, state, and federal offices.
Please come and join us:

This is a great group of very knowledgeable people who are very kind and down to earth and believe in working hard from a grass roots level in keeping the GOP's traditional conservative principles - please go and check it out - we would love for you to join us.


Conservative and Proud

Saturday, March 8, 2008

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Saturday, March 1, 2008

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