Save Our State of Massachusetts

The Sun is Setting on Massachusetts

Did we just do this?  Really?  Send Barney back to do more of this:  Barney Frank Takes Us for a Ride   the Crash of 2008, in 60 thrilling seconds of animation in Barney Frank’s own words! Congressman Barney Frank took our economy for a ride we will never forget, indulging political interests carelessly by ignoring the ever-growing housing bubble; feeding our money to government-created pseudo-banks and much more.

They say we have only ourselves to blame . . . we keep voting them back in, but do we really have a choice?  Most who visit or are on this site are the very people who worked our butts off to Save Our State, but we’re outnumbered by “The Machine”.  So the real question is, CAN WE ORGANIZE AND COMPETE AGAINST THE MACHINE?  I don’t know the answer because it’s NOT just about voter fraud, powerful, well intrenched, and well funded incumbents, and the inherent “connections” and name recognition being an incumbent offers.  At the end of the day, the question is, do we have, or can we get the numbers to outnumber the above, as well as the unions, government hacks who will keep the gravy train going, and all the recipients of entitlements, and, oh yea, the illegals who will undoubtably be getting free tuition, healthcare, housing and more on their way to voting rights.

This question really needs to be answered before we spend the next twelve months doing what NEEDS to be done to have any chance of stopping the further demise of this state, and the sun setting on Massachusetts – – – forever.

What are your thoughts?  Please discuss by leaving a comment below.  


3 comments on “The Sun is Setting on Massachusetts

  1. Integrity1st
    November 13, 2010

    Barney Frank Caught Lying About Fannie Mae

  2. MH
    November 13, 2010

    I sent a message to Sen Brown yesterday but if he voted the wrong way before he most likely will again. For the life of me I don’t understand why government employees are allowed to be union there should not be a union for them they have the best of both worlds unions were supposed to protect workers from abuse from their employers now they seem to be bankrupting everything they touch when I worked it always seemed to me they stuck up for the goof offs not the hard workers

    • Integrity1st
      November 14, 2010

      I so agree, and it would be a start by demanding that government can not be unionized (cause it really already is with all the laws and protection). How do we do it, by proposing legislation? Seems that busting up unions, going after Election Fraud, and demanding term limits, all of which should be in everyone’s best interest, should top our agenda for a multitude of reasons, nonetheleast of which would be it would save all taxpayers money! (Oh, I forgot, the libs don’t want to save money)

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