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The Divided House - 2010 Elections 101 - Effective Campaigning Gets the Message Out

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Tonight's show targets the dos and don'ts of the 2010 Campaign. Though this may seem like a Conservative topic, IT IS NOT! We The People are waking up to the fact that we are NOT safer, not better off and less stable as a family or individual than we have ever been since the Civil War. Our country is heavily divided and both parties are running towards two different cliffs at full speed, with no sense of hesitation. Their actions are more intent on counteracting the other party's effort and never consider "what is best for the USA" or if they have the Constitutional right to take their action. In 1994 Newt Gingrich spearheaded the "Contract with America." Although the points of the contract were real, our partisan division created a quagmire that faulted the concept to complete failure. Beginning now, through the November campaigns and in the future, the American People must act towards providing clear expectation of our representative. We must hold each and everyone of them responsible and accountable. Until such time that our Govt is officially taking over by another country or a political "coup d’état" changes the country's executives or Civil War erupts as a result of the administration's efforts to interfere or forcefully prevent certain States from seceding from the Union, it is the responsibility of each citizen to assert the Constitutional obligation each swore to uphold - when they took office. We must demand action regrading their keeping within the US Constitution and to demand redress of any government intervention where the Constitution has been discarded over a presidential, congressional, or judiciary decision - without following the due course - as defined by the US Constitution.

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