Thursday, September 25, 2008


"There are people getting involved who have NEVER been involved in politics.I've never really been involved until now. Why? Because I feel that millions of citizens are about putting the power back into the hands of the people. We have been asleep while Washington bureaucrats...and their pocket lining corporate lobbyists bought our voices.

The middle class has awakened to a nightmare of ending up homeless and without insurance after years of working hard toward their American dream at 'good' companies. Things that we never thought could happen in America are happening. The middle class are now regulars at local food banks.

Everyone's against DC. Every four years, candidates for president promise Americans they'll fight the central government on their behalf. But the logical and simple answer somehow eludes us. And it's not by changing the name plates in the halls of unlimited, irresponsible government.

Want to REALLY put the power back into the hands of the people?

Dump DC." Each of the states already have their individual state governments in place and functioning.WE,THE PEOPLE who live in our respective states should rise up,unified,and demand that our state governors,and legislatures assert our sovereignty,and states rights.We could re-establish local control and oversight in all our local matters and establish new limits on the central government, although I would be hard pressed to think of anything I would trust it with in light of it's track record. GLENN NUNLEY. NORTH FLORIDA.


"The Nations Have Sunk Down In The Pit Which They Have Made in the net which they hid,their own foot has been caught'psalm 9.


"We will not solve a problem caused by poor oversight with a plan that has no oversight" Part of the reason we are facing this crisis is an antiquated regulatory system of uncoordinated agencies that haven’t been doing the job. And by the way let us not forget that Henry Paulson was CEO at Goldman-Sachs from 1999 to 2006. Man this has got to be the best example of putting the fox in charge of the hen house anyone has ever seen. GLENN NUNLEY.


Opposing the bailout plan — "Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency.”We don’t allow this kind of free agency from elected officials, let alone political appointees. Not even in his role of Commander-in-Chief does a President have a mandate that is completely unreviewable. Henry Paulson may or may not be the most brilliant thinker in high finance, but even if he was, why would Americans want to give him literally a carte blanche with the equivalent of one-third of our annual budget? With no review possible?It’s absurd, and at its heart, it’s un-American, in the sense that America exists precisely because of our desire to rein in government and make it accountable to the people. We gave up on the monarchy in 1776. We certainly didn’t do that to trade in King George for Czar Henry. Only in a panic, in which Congressional leadership abdicates its role to keep executive power in check, would any American Congress agree to surrender its Constitutional mandate for oversight. Every person in the united states should be outraged by this pathetic display of herd mentality as their congressional leaders are stampeded into handing over the authority to regulate the countries monetary policies.Many of the people from the southern states and indeed all the states are becoming increasingly dismayed and disillusioned with the cumbersome, un-responsive,and overbearing central government. It will not take much more before these social fissures grow into well defined fault lines.But, then of course, that is what the revolution of 1776 was all about. GLENN NUNLEY.

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