Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Vote To Save Our Freedom & Liberty - Vote for Bob McDonnell & Chris Christie







Our freedom is at the brink of being thrown away forever. We must act to save our freedom. We are being attacked from within our borders. Our Freedom is being threatened daily by socialism and communism. These two wonderful conservative candidates can help this nation to get back from the brink of disaster. Please pass this message along. Thanks to Jim McMahon for posting these videos over at his blog.  I am passing the videos onto you now. Please do the same, and pass these videos along so that they can reach as many people as possible from today to the elections next Tuesday.  Please vote to save our freedom on next Tuesday. Vote for Bob McDonnell (R) in VA and Vote for Chris Christie (R) in NJ to help save our freedom, liberty, and bring back conservative values to America.

17 comments:

Opus #6 said...

I sure hope real conservatives get elected. I'm not up on all these races. Great that you are on it.

bmo said...

As a Virginian I thank you and all here reading this blog post. We are Greatful for you help!
Ken
http://redvirginiarailroad.blogspot.com/

Dr. Dave said...

AND Doug Hoffman!

Teresa said...

OPie,
Me too. With bing slammed with so much crap from Dear Leader its hard to keep up on everything.

Teresa said...

bmo,
Thanks for stopping by. I will always stand with patriots who stand up for our freedom and liberty.

Teresa said...

Dr. Dave,
Your right. Hoffman is a vote for freedom and liberty also. I'll do a part 2 today on Hoffman.

Andrew33 said...

Hoffman in New York is the most important of the 3. I was going to do almost this exact post at KOOKs. Instead, I will tweak yours and give you cred. By the way if you ever want artwork like I am doing now on my posts like for instance the talking cars in the Cash for Clunkers post from yesterday, Just tell me your Idea and I can do those in like 3 seconds now. This offer goes for all our close blogger friends as I want all our readership to go up and don't mind lending a hand to my friends in an artistic way. When your blogs get more readers they often spill over to us too and vice/versa.

Andrew33 said...

I lived in VA briefly and it is a "bell weather" or "purple" state in that you can really guage the mood of the country based on VA. If the Repubs make big gains beyond the Governor such as a sweep of the Gov, LT.Gov, Atty General and a bunch of state house seats, it will be a sign of what moderate Dems can expect in the 2010 midterm elections.

Ron Russell said...

The elections in VA and PA are critical and a show of strong support for the two Republican candidates is critical. And as Dr Dave said Doug Hoffman in NY. These elections may show that Obamaism has reached its high water mark and the progressive tide is receding.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

Can any one tell me exactly where in the Constitution of the United States it says that any president or member of Congress has the right or or power to change our form of government and especially against the will of the people? I have not been able to find it any where.

If it is not there, then maybe we should march en mass on the U.S. Supreme Court and demand that they do something. This seems to be the one thing that FOX NEWS doesn't want to talk about.

conservative generation said...

If only I could vote in every election. At least we can write about it!

BTW, how's school going lately?

Teresa said...

Andrew33,
That sounds absolutely splendid!! I would love it if you would do pictures for me. Thanks so much for the offer. Whenever you do that, of course, I'll link back to you, that way I'll send more people over your way too. Thanks for linking your article on this back to me. I hope everythings going good for you.

Teresa said...

Ron,
Yes. All of these elections are very important. The one in NJ is the closest. I wish that I lived there and I could vote for him.

Teresa said...

conservative generation,
I wish I could vote in all these elections, too.

How kind of you to ask about school. How are you doing? I hope all is well with your family. I am doing great in my class, The Developing World. In Macroeconomics, thats a different story. I am sruggling with that one. I have a visual auditory disability and a cognitive disability, so I don't know whether either one has anything to do with me struggling in economics or not.
Of course when I took my last econ test I was having major issues with my liberal professor dingbat so that might have affected me. Thats a long story....I will be posting on that soon.

United Conservatives of America said...

Teresa,

I am unable to vote there because I live in Tennessee, but my prayers are with you all that we get some decent people in there.

Most Rev. Gregori,

I don't think it is in the U.S. Constitution at all. I definitely believe that something needs to be done--and quick.

Andrew33 said...

All you have to do is e-mail me a JPEG with an idea or 2 pictures you want put together and I will e-mail the finished one back to you in a Jpeg. Just try to keep them simple. A link to our blog would be great. This offer is as I said for our big longtime supporters. They will each be receiving a similar offer in a comment in the next few days.

Andrew33 said...

C-Gen is a good blogger. He and I collaborated on a climate change series that still has the highest number of comments of any post at KOOK's. We don't talk that often but we are still both on the right side of the same war. I wish I had time to go to and comment on every blog that I would like to but there just isn't enough time. I have to pick 2 or 3 a day. Anymore and I overload my partial brain. I also spend time on theology, history and climatology/meteorology too. There are major happenings in the climatology area right now that are of key interest to me right now.