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New taxes coming with Obamacare

According to Obama’s reasoning, he could seize 100% of our earnings and it wouldn’t be considered a tax as long as he deems it for the good of ourselves and our comrades.

However, using the definition of a tax, the RNC points out at least 8 new taxes that will be imposed on consumers if Obamacare is passed.

President Obama may not understand the definition of a tax. But all of whose wallets will be lightened do!

September 28, 2009 Posted by | Health Care | , , , , | 1 Comment

Obama & DNC call American citizens “The Mob”

Suddenly, when people protest Obama and the Democrats, it’s un-American to protest. Obama and the DNC have now labeled those of us who oppose his nationalized health care system “The Angry Mob.” Claiming we’re organized by special interests and the RNC, high-ranking Democrats are challenging our grassroots credentials.

These are unprecedented attacks by a sitting President on ordinary Americans practicing their rights to free speech and assembly. His propaganda campaign against those of us who oppose him is becoming eerily similar to the that of Hitler’s against the Jews.

August 6, 2009 Posted by | Obama | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

When did Obama go to med school?

Using clips of Obama accusing doctors of treating patients to maximize their revenue instead of improving health, our President is reminded that he’s no doctor.

August 3, 2009 Posted by | Health Care | , , , , | Leave a comment

Help Grade Obama’s First 6 Months!

I received an email from Michael Steele and the RNC with an opportunity to help let the world know just how much Americans hate Obama’s Socialist movement. Rate the President on his performance over the past six months on:

  • Economy
  • National Security
  • Transparency & Ethics
  • Media Spin
  • Rewarding Special Interests
  • Taxes & Spending

Here’s the email from Michael Steele:

Dear John,

It’s now been six months in office for our learn-on-the-job Chief Executive.

And this is your opportunity to give Barack Obama a six-month report card. How is he doing on the economy? How about national security, health care, and the other crucial issues that America faces?

You can assign your own grades to President Obama here, and check out the results from fellow Republicans across the country.

Let Barack Obama and his Democrat allies know how YOU rate their handling of the difficult challenges we face. Do it today!


Michael Steele
Chairman, Republican National Committee

P.S. John, you and the Republican Party are all that stand between the Obama Democrats and further erosion of our liberty and security. That’s why I hope you’ll take this opportunity after grading Barack Obama to help support principled, commonsense Republican candidates who will offer America’s voters a better way forward by making an online contribution of $25, $50, $100, $500 or $1,000 to the RNC today. Thank you.

Take the opportunity to give Obama his grade today!

July 23, 2009 Posted by | GOP, Obama | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

RNC takes on Obama’s “stimulus”

The RNC’s new ad takes on Obama’s failed “stimulus” plan.

I think it’s pretty good.  Leave a comment and let me know what you think.

John Allison III
Cabot, AR
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July 10, 2009 Posted by | GOP, Obama | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

RNC view on Obamacare & Infomercial

The commercial ABC wouldn’t air during its promotion of Obama’s attempts to seize control of the health care industry in the US.

June 25, 2009 Posted by | Health Care | , , , | Leave a comment

Message to RNC: Listen and Learn

We haven’t had a true conservative in the White House since Reagan, and there was no chance of having one in November.

For too long, the RNC and Republican politicians have failed to recognize this is the reason for the decline of the party. Instead they have constantly shifted to the left, particularly in the areas of big government and fiscal policy, in an effort to draw in Democratic voters. The results of this failed strategy culminated in the election last November.

The Oba-Messiah’s victory didn’t signify a massive shift to the left by the American electorate, so much as it emphasized the lack of a true conservative opponent. Why vote for a Republican to get a liberal president? Bush I was limited to one term because of his appeasement of liberals and failure to stand for the same conservative principles as his predecessor. Few doubt that the Trade Center Attacks kept Bush II in office in 2004, otherwise he’d likely have been ousted for letting the Democratic minority and their liberal Republican allies in Congress stifle any attempts to enact conservative legislation, and even pass bills like McCain’s Campaign Finance Reform Act. How long did it take him to find his veto stamp?

The Tax Day Tea Party movement was largely ignored by the Republican establishment, until now. Now that it’s grown and garnered substantial media coverage, suddenly the RNC wants to use it as their platform.

This movement is truly spawned of grassroots conservatives who are sick and tired of having no representation in the federal government and it’s time the RNC and Republicans in Congress listen to them. That’s why Eric Odom, organizer of the Chicago Tea Party refused to offer RNC Chairman Michael Steele a spot on the stage but extended an invitation to come and listen–listen to true conservatives who are disgusted with the lack of conservative candidates and elected officials who wear the GOP brand.

I truly hope Chairman Steele will steer our party back to its conservative roots and make it competitive again, but Mr. Odom got it right–it’s time for the GOP to listen to its constituency!

April 12, 2009 Posted by | GOP | , , , | 2 Comments

MRC Endorses Blackwell for RNC Chair

#TCOT #diggcons

The Media Research Center has endorsed Ken Blackwell for RNC Chair.  You can read Mr. Blackwell’s conservative columns on and see his planned fundamental changes for RNC strategy at his website.

The following is the email I received from MRC announcing their endorsement.

A Personal Message from L. Brent Bozell III


The Republican Party needs to be rebuilt. It needs to be reconnected to the conservative principles that made it the majority Party in Washington.

And we have at this important moment a genuine opportunity to affect the direction the Party will take in the years to come. The election of the next Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair will take place at their meeting at the end of this month. Who they choose will determine the future of the Party, and for conservatives and our country this decision could not be more important.

Last Friday, conservative leaders representing some forty different organizations met. These leaders represent a broad cross-section of the conservative movement. One attendee, Virginia Republican National
Committeeman Morton Blackwell, had prepared and distributed a list of questions for the RNC Chair candidates to help determine who would be best suited to move the Party forward. (The 37 questions and the six candidates’ answers can be found at

All of the candidates responded to the questions, and all made an effort to promote the conservative cause. Each would be a fine choice to lead the important RNC rebuilding effort.

But after our review of the candidates’ answers and a discussion of their other qualifications, my colleagues and I announced our support of Ken Blackwell — and urged the 168 members of the RNC to elect him at their late-January meeting.

We face many challenges in the weeks, months and years ahead. We need a strong, focused, conservative Republican Party engaged in the fight. I think Ken Blackwell is the person to lead this charge.

Ken Blackwell has been a principled Reagan Republican his entire life and career. He ran and successfully served the people of Ohio in multiple capacities as an unquestioned and unapologetic conservative. He has long been a leader in the conservative movement, both nationally and in growing it from the ground up with his involvement with state level organizations throughout the country. He has been a tremendously successful entrepreneur, and is a stalwart champion of the free market. He is a man of unquestioned integrity. He will be an outstanding RNC Chair.

You are an important fighter for the conservative values we hold dear and that have made this country great. I remain tremendously heartened and grateful that there are so many people like you who still hold fast to America’s great traditions, and resolute in their defense and preservation.

I wanted to write and let you know of our decision to support Ken Blackwell for RNC Chair. And urge you to join with us. Contact your state Chair and your National Committeeman and Woman and let them know that Ken Blackwell deserves their votes for RNC Chair:

L. Brent Bozell, III

I previously endorsed Mr. Blackwell here and you can read his endorsements by others here.


January 6, 2009 Posted by | GOP | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

GOP meeting eyed for top post hopefuls

by  at The Washington Times

A power struggle that will determine the future leadership of the Republican Party has broken into the open as dissatisfied Republican leaders pushed for a meeting early next month that they hope will be the first step toward ending Washington-based control of the party.

In a move seen as a backlash against years of control of the Republican National Committee (RNC) by allies of President Bush and their District-based consulting firms, several senior members of the party’s governing body are working to call an extra meeting to hear from all candidates for national chairman three weeks before the election for the post is scheduled.

The effort is seen by party insiders as an attempt to allow all six candidates for chairman to have an equal shot at the job, rather than giving an edge to the incumbent chairman, Robert M. “Mike” Duncan.

…(Read full article)

December 26, 2008 Posted by | GOP | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Steele Leads in Online Poll

The website, Choose Your Chairman, offers voters concerned with the future of the Republican Party a chance to have a say in who the next RNC Chairman will be. 

There, you can view photos of all the candidates, visit their individual websites, and view comments of others who’ve voted already.  Once you’ve decided who you’d like to lead the GOP, you can vote and leave your own comments if you’d like.  Your RNC voting members are then notified who you chose.

As of now, 1,307 have voted and Michael Steel has a comfortable lead–40.8% with his nearest challenger, Ken Blackwell, at 29%.

North Dakota Republican Party Chairman Gary Emineth has called for a special meeting of the 168 voting members on January 6 in order to give them an opportunity to hear from the candidates prior to the late-January meeting of the RNC.

If you want your voice to be heard, vote today at Choose Your Chairman.

December 25, 2008 Posted by | GOP | , , , , | Leave a comment