It’s Time To Fight and Reclaim America

It’s Time To Fight – Reclaim America

Faced with Congress’s repeated, continued failure to protect and defend the original intention of the Constitution – to check the tyranny and injustices of the executive and judicial branches; and most certainly, to legislate according to the direction of the majority of American citizens; don’t you think that it’s time to fight and Reclaim America?

It’s Time To Fight – Reclaim America

Seeing the results of the polls below; and faced with Congress’s repeated, continued failure to protect and defend the original intention of the Constitution – to check the tyranny and injustices of the executive and judicial branches; and most certainly, as evidenced by the polls below, to legislate according to the direction of the majority of American citizens; don’t you think that it’s time to fight and Reclaim America? Gratefully, the tea parties, and the other grassroots organizations protesting the loss of freedom to the out-of-control government bureaucracies and judicial activism have called Americans loyal to the original intention of the Constitution to responsibility. Hopefully, these patriots will continue their oversight and efforts to make all government accountable. The attack on America from the injustices of politicians, or as some may be called “domestic enemies” is raging in this new great civil war which will determine whether “this Nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth“.
Act now!!!!!! Reclaim America!!!!! Require all candidates for public office to sign a legally binding contract to protect and defend the original intention of the Constitution in order to be endorsed by The Committee for the Constitution. Make your vote informed, and make it count! Know what candidates for public office really stand for, and hold them accountable.

Grade Obama’s First Year in Office

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With President Obama completing his first year in office this week,
we are giving you the chance to weigh in on how you think he has done on the job.
Below are 10 categories for you to give the president your grade (in A-F format),
including an overall grade at the end.

Cast your grades below.
Your answers will change when you mark your choice.

  • Quick Poll
The Economy
A
B
C
D
F
Foreign Policy
A
B
C
D
F
Health Care
A
B
C
D
F
Afghanistan
A
B
C
D
F
Iraq
A
B
C
D
F
Threat of Terrorism
A
B
C
D
F
Energy and the Environment
A
B
C
D
F
Social Issues
A
B
C
D
F
Bipartisanship
A
B
C
D
F
Obama’s Overall Job as President
A
B
C
D
F
Results

The Economy


A:
4.77%
B:
4.56%
C:
5.27%
D:
17.80%
F:
67.60%

Foreign Policy


A:
6.80%
B:
4.19%
C:
7.67%
D:
21.66%
F:
59.68%

Health Care


A:
7.14%
B:
3.01%
C:
2.87%
D:
8.31%
F:
78.67%

Afghanistan


A:
5.67%
B:
13.60%
C:
25.96%
D:
22.84%
F:
31.93%

Iraq


A:
5.79%
B:
10.08%
C:
24.39%
D:
23.77%
F:
35.96%

Threat of Terrorism


A:
6.63%
B:
4.92%
C:
9.74%
D:
21.19%
F:
57.52%

Energy and the Environment


A:
5.66%
B:
5.56%
C:
12.70%
D:
21.03%
F:
55.04%

Social Issues


A:
6.71%
B:
4.69%
C:
10.82%
D:
18.95%
F:
58.84%

Bipartisanship


A:
6.60%
B:
3.12%
C:
4.00%
D:
8.08%
F:
78.20%

Obama’s Overall Job as President


A:
6.28%
B:
4.03%
C:
3.69%
D:
22.25%
F:
63.76%

94% of the American public didn’t want the Senate to confirm Kagan
Posted by CBSNews.com

Question 1

How much of Elena Kagan’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings did you watch?

  • A Lot

    17%

  • Some

    43%

  • A Little

    26%

  • None

    14%

Question 2

From what you saw or read about the hearings, how do you grade Elena Kagan’s performance?

  • A

    3%

  • B

    4%

  • C

    13%

  • D

    33%

  • F

    48%

Question 3

How do you grade the performance of the Democratic senators during Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearing?

  • A

    1%

  • B

    2%

  • C

    5%

  • D

    20%

  • F

    72%

Question 4

How do you grade the performance of the Republican senators during Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearing?

  • A

    8%

  • B

    23%

  • C

    34%

  • D

    21%

  • F

    14%

Question 5

Which senator on the Senate Judiciary Committee do you think asked the best questions of Elena Kagan?

  • Tom Coburn (R-Okla.)

    20%

  • Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.)

    1%

  • Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)

    9%

  • Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)

    14%

  • Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.)

    0%

  • Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.)

    1%

  • Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.)

    31%

  • Arlen Specter (D-Pa.)

    1%

  • Someone Else

    3%

  • None

    19%

Question 6

What’s your opinion of the Supreme Court?

  • Too Liberal

    83%

  • Too Conservative

    3%

  • Just Right

    10%

  • Note Sure/Don’t Know Enough

    3%

Question 7

Who is your favorite current Supreme Court justice?

  • Samuel Alito

    6%

  • Stephen Breyer

    1%

  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    2%

  • Anthony Kennedy

    1%

  • John Roberts

    33%

  • Antonin Scalia

    19%

  • Sonia Sotomayor

    1%

  • Clarence Thomas

    26%

  • None of the Above

    11%

Question 8

Many, including Elena Kagan herself, have complained about how little Supreme Court nominees reveal during confirmation hearings. In that light, do you think Kagan was forthcoming enough during the hearings?

  • Yes

    3%

  • No

    94%

  • Not Sure

    3%

Question 9

What do you think should be more important in choosing a Supreme Court justice?

  • Experience

    17%

  • Legal Philosophy

    18%

  • Both Equally

    54%

  • Neither – Something Else

    11%

Question 10

Do you think the Senate should confirm Elena Kagan as a Supreme Court justice?

  • Yes

    4%

  • No

    94%

  • Not Sure

    2%

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