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2009 October 29 — Why Now?
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Grayson In Trouble?

I don’t think so, and neither does he.

The Orlando Sentinel is concerned about Alan’s future:

“I can tell you, I don’t think it plays very well at all,” said Darren Vierday, a Democratic strategist who worked on Grayson’s 2008 campaign. “Moderates will look at it and probably be turned off by it.”

So far, no established Republican has stepped forward to challenge Grayson, who is worth more than $31 million and is likely to tap his own fortune for his 2010 re-election run. A transplanted Miami developer; attorney Todd Long; and two Tea Party activists have declared to run.

“If this [approach to politics] was doing me harm, wouldn’t you see someone jump into this race who has won an election?” asked Grayson, who said he shared leadership qualities with Patrick Henry of the American Revolution.

“I draw the line in the same place where Patrick Henry drew the line — give me liberty or give me death,” Grayson said. “It’s what leadership is all about. It’s articulating the things that everyone believes but no one is saying.”

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October 29, 2009   8 Comments

Rule Of Law

This time it is Democrats, including John Kerry, who are trying to alter the facts: Lawmakers ask Library of Congress to retract Honduras report.

The Library of Congress had its legal experts look at the removal of Zelaya in Honduras and concluded that the government of Honduras acted in accordance with the constitution of Honduras. This means that there wasn’t a coup, and the current government of Honduras is the legitimate government.

This finding conflicts with the opinion of Senator Kerry and the Organization of American States who all ignored what the Honduran constitution says to come to their own conclusions based on personal prejudices and biases.

I reached the same conclusion as the Library of Congress by simply reading the constitution.

I agree that the leaders of the current government are owned by the rich business interests in the country, but so is Zelaya and the US Senate for that matter. I ignored all that and looked at the constitution. Zelaya violated it in multiple ways, and the current government followed it. If US Senators would try to do that a little more often, i.e. paying attention to the US Constitution, we would have fewer troubles.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but Senator Kerry et al. want their own facts.

October 29, 2009   1 Comment