Day of reckoning getting closer

The presidential campaign promises and the present policies of the Obama administration compare to the eloquent promises in courtship of candlelight and wine, and the follow-up of warm beer and a flashlight.


National medical care makes no mention of the major cause of medical financial crisis: illegal immigration, which preys on the medical and educational providers across the nation.

Taxes now may be placed on employee health-care payments and all forms of existing energy use. No mention of the nonpartisan Fair Tax , created with independent funding by the brightest and best minds in economics -- the tax reform that is beneficial to every citizen and assures investment in the national economy.

In all consideration of alternative energy and the demand for reduced pollution, electromagnetic energy remains suppressed by existing energy providers and national security, justified by the ongoing research and development by the industrial military complex.

The Tea Parties and the number of voices of dissent grow in number and strength. The day of reckoning, election day 2010, grows closer.

John Mullen




Sun, 12/17/2017 - 19:29

‘I bring you good tidings’

Sun, 12/17/2017 - 19:29

Olmstead needs team