Posts Tagged ‘republicans’

What happened last night was another example of the political class pissing on the head of the average American. Those of us that have sense enough to know spending is out of control and this country is on the wrong track were told to shut-up. 85 Republicans in the House and 18 Republicans in the Senate showed that they cared more about power than the constitution and rational thought. The beauty of our country is we still have the ability to change this, peacefully. There is an election coming up in a year. While we have little chance to change much in Washington, D.C. (Blunt’s not up until 2016 and our Congressman are generally tolerable here) here in Missouri, our money can easily change things in other states. Disgusting cowards like Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham are up for reelection and facing primary challenges. Don’t give another dime to the Republican party. Consider donating to FreedomWords and the Senate Conservatives Fund, and let’s get rid of these people that are a stain on what used to be a Grand Ole’ Party. 

My new column is up over at They have added a way to comment on their website, feel free to join the discussion there.

I am often frustrated by the complete lack of understanding of American politics by the average American. So, I thought with this week’s column, I would delve into an examination of the American political spectrum.

Read the rest (and see my really cool graphic I created, too) by clicking here.

FOR Immediate release:
CONTACT: Lee Valentine

January 24, Phone: 816-587-5433

On Thursday, February 07, Beverly Randles brings her keen understanding the voting patterns of minorities. She will focus on how conservatives can attract minority and disenchanted voters.

Ms. Randles will provide insights about restructuring, community involvement, and other needed endeavors by the GOP. Her remarks will be important for Northland Counties.

Ms. Randles is a member of the Board of Directors for the Missouri Club for Growth and the Missouri Advisory Council to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

The First Thursday meeting is open to the public and media is invited. Social begins at 5:30 pm and speakers at 6:00 PM. At Tiffany Greens Clubhouse located at 5900 Northwest Tiffany Springs Parkway, Kansas City, Missouri. Cost is: members $12, non-members $15, which includes appetizers and a drink.