Posted on November 1, 2010 at 20:47:19 EST
by the ATC & Benyamin B.
Copyright © 2003-2013 The Anti-Terrorism Coalition. All rights reserved.
I am writing to you all about the November 2, 2010 Midterm Election, as well as the Tea Party Movement and some of its weaknesses and flaws and some of the steps we can take to patch them up and take America back. Endorsements of some of the candidates running are also included.
In the last two years, the Tea Party Movement has grown from a small grassroots movement that championed individual rights and attacked unconstitutional government policies to a large and broad national movement that has been able to field candidates in elections. Most of these candidates are running as Republicans. The remainder are running under the Constitution Party, Libertarian Party, small parties or as independents, of which the most notable candidate is Tom Tancredo, who is running for the position of Governor of Colorado as a Constitution Party candidate.
We are now just one day away from the 2010 Midterm Election, where all of the House, 37 Senate seats, 39 of the governor seats and a ton of state and local legislative seats are up for grabs. In many ways, this may very well be a historical election. It looks like the Republicans will gain 40 to 110 seats in the House, 10 to 14 seats in the Senate and 3 to 16 gubernatorial seats; thus giving them the majority in both legislative bodies and among governors. It also appears that Republicans may do well in state and municipal elections. Best of all, there is a strong anti-incumbent fervor and even establishment Republicans have seen themselves booted from the Republican primaries by Tea Party Movement candidates. Unfortunately, this is where the good news ends.
The big problem is that many in the Tea Party Movement think that the Tea Party Movement is going to fix everything, much like two years ago, when many Americans thought Barack Hussein Obama would fix everything. Fortunately, the Tea Party Movement is anti-collectivist and correctly recognizes that government is the root cause of all of our problems.
Unfortunately, the hype about this election being a huge victory for us is just hype. First of all, not all positions in government are up for re-election. About two thirds of the Senate is not up for re-election, the presidency is not up for re-election, eleven gubernatorial seats aren't up for re-election and a good number of state and municipal positions are not up for re-election. On top of that, not all Republicans are Tea Party Movement endorsed candidates. In fact, only a minority of Republican candidates are. For example, there aren't many more than 100 – 130 Tea Party Movement candidates running for the House. Only a handful are running for the Senate. This is partly because some Tea Party Movement candidates lost the Republican primaries. In other words, the American people did not go all the way in even pushing for all the Tea Party Movement candidates to end up in the general election! Not enough people went out to vote in the primaries – given the massive power and scope of Obama's blitzkrieg against America, too few people have gotten active and too few people have even begun to wake up; and the primary results (while not a dismal failure (since some incumbent Republicans did lose to Tea Party Movement candidates) are not a good enough start). Matters are made worse when we get to the realization that not all Tea Party Movement candidates are truly anti-establishment or truly individualist. Worse yet, very few of these candidates go all the way. Perhaps only a dozen congressional candidates and a couple senatorial candidates can be called "real deal" candidates (or "patriotic candidates"), which are candidates that are truly individualist and have their heart in the right place. Yet, even of these, very few are fully awake to what is going on, though all of them have the "capability" to fully wake up.
We can see that the Tea Party Movement has largely been co-opted by the Republican establishment. We have seen the same old figures from the "1994 Republican Revolution" (where, by the way, Republicans did not even win 60% of the congressional seats), such as Newt Gingrich, show up and try to gain a leadership position in the Tea Party Movement by making some good speeches. Of course, Gingrich is just another establishment Republican who failed us terribly in the aftermath of the 1994 midterm elections. In some cases, the Tea Party Movement has endorsed less individualist Republican candidates over fully real deal third party candidates. If we've learned anything, then it's that this perception of "this guy can't win" is just a perception. If one person thinks that everyone else thinks that a third party candidate can't win and almost every other person thinks that everyone else thinks that that third party candidate can't win; then he won't win. If there isn't a good guy running, then don't vote for him. Otherwise, vote for the guy that is the real deal, even if he is a third party candidate with a perceived slim chance of winning. Do we want to vote for someone who will simply win or do we want to vote for someone who will truly represent us and fight to shrink the government to its constitutionally-approved size? It's stupid to want to be on the "winning team" when that team is bad and will make you the ultimate loser in this "game". One example of this stupidity is the race for second New York congressional district, where Republican John Gomez and Constitution Party candidate Anthony Tolda are running against Democratic incumbent Steve Israel. Gomez is not exactly an establishment Republican candidate. He seems to be right wing of that. However, he doesn't appear to be a fully individualist candidate. Tolda, on the other hand, is the real deal, without any doubt. He is practically fully awake to what is going on. Unfortunately, Tolda appears to have little chances of winning, according to the polls and that's partly because the Tea Party Movement has endorsed Gomez. If the people of NY district number two understood how this "cannot win" notion has fooled the American people overall for over a century, every individual who cherishes his freedom and would like to see a much better economy would go out and vote for Anthony Tolda. If everyone of these people did that, Tolda would win. The people of Colorado, for example, appear to be figuring that out, as Tom Tancredo – the Constitution Party candidate for governor – is polling just a few points below his Democratic opponent, while the Republican opponent has single digit support. Every American should get the mentality of the people of Colorado – and even if Tancredo doesn't win (let us all pray he does), we should try again on a mass scale in all future elections, starting with the smallest municipal elections for even the tiniest of positions.
The Tea Party Movement must likewise be taken back from the Republican establishment. We can tell that it has been co-opted by the Republican establishment not only because of some of the candidates that it has endorsed and some of the leaders (and talking heads) that it have been brought in, but also because of the issues it has covered (and those that it hasn't covered). The Tea Party Movement has not covered (or has barely covered) illegal immigration, the Federal Reserve, the Patriot Act, the so-called "War on Terror", trust of government for physical security (in general), Islam and internet freedom. It needs to speak out on these issues and it needs to do much more to criticize establishment Republicans and unconstitutional and anti-American actions. The Bush Administration gave the federal government more control over education, supported illegal immigration and the border insecurity that came along with it, brought about the Patriot Act, started a half-hearted war against a tactic (while not exposing Islam and instead praising it) and bailed out a bunch of big banks and other big companies with over $700 billion of our money! And these are just some of the issues. The Tea Party Movement has to attack these issues. It has to talk about the Federal Reserve and just how dangerous it is to America. It has to literally go crazy over the latest attacks against internet freedom, starting with the first Rockefeller bill to end internet freedom in spring of 2009. Then there are other issues such as the forced imposition of secularism in our schools and in our nation, overall. Imposing secularism is just as bad as imposing Christianity, Judaism or any other religion; and taking down things that symbolize America's history, principles and traditions, such as the Ten Commandments, from public display because of the objections of a few (or even the objections of a majority – which we have not really seen in this specific case) is outrageous and indicative of this imposition of secularism. Tyranny by minority or by majority should not be tolerated and the taking down of symbolic displays that are (and have always been) a core part of America should not be tolerated, either. Then there is the issue of the Obama birth certificate. Obama still hasn't released his actual birth certificate (the long form birth certificate), thus indicating he has something to hide. The Tea Party Movement should talk about that and demand he produces that birth certificate. The fact that the Tea Party Movement does not address any of these issues just shows how badly co-opted it is, coupled with the fact that too many of its members and supporters have not yet fully woken up.
The Tea Party Movement's "Contract from America" sounds eerily reminiscent of the 1994 Republican "Contract with America". In fact, it looks like a slightly updated and slightly better version of it! Worst of all, there is nothing mentioning illegal immigration or the Federal Reserve in the "Contract from America". In fact, let's compare the two:
The Contract with America
||The Contract from America
On the first day of the 104th Congress, the new Republican majority will immediately pass the following major reforms, aimed at restoring the faith and trust of the American people in their government:
FIRST, require all laws that apply to the rest of the country also apply equally to the Congress;
SECOND, select a major, independent auditing firm to conduct a comprehensive audit of Congress for waste, fraud or abuse;
THIRD, cut the number of House committees, and cut committee staff by one-third;
FOURTH, limit the terms of all committee chairs;
FIFTH, ban the casting of proxy votes in committee;
SIXTH, require committee meetings to be open to the public;
SEVENTH, require a three-fifths majority vote to pass a tax increase;
EIGHTH, guarantee an honest accounting of our Federal Budget by implementing zero base-line budgeting.
Thereafter, within the first 100 days of the 104th Congress, we shall bring to the House Floor the following bills, each to be given full and open debate, each to be given a clear and fair vote and each to be immediately available this day for public inspection and scrutiny.
1. THE FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT: A balanced budget/tax limitation amendment and a legislative line-item veto to restore fiscal responsibility to an out- of-control Congress, requiring them to live under the same budget constraints as families and businesses.
2. THE TAKING BACK OUR STREETS ACT: An anti-crime package including stronger truth-in- sentencing, "good faith" exclusionary rule exemptions, effective death penalty provisions, and cuts in social spending from this summer's "crime" bill to fund prison construction and additional law enforcement to keep people secure in their neighborhoods and kids safe in their schools.
3. THE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT: Discourage illegitimacy and teen pregnancy by prohibiting welfare to minor mothers and denying increased AFDC for additional children while on welfare, cut spending for welfare programs, and enact a tough two-years-and-out provision with work requirements to promote individual responsibility.
4. THE FAMILY REINFORCEMENT ACT: Child support enforcement, tax incentives for adoption, strengthening rights of parents in their children's education, stronger child pornography laws, and an elderly dependent care tax credit to reinforce the central role of families in American society.
5. THE AMERICAN DREAM RESTORATION ACT: A S500 per child tax credit, begin repeal of the marriage tax penalty, and creation of American Dream Savings Accounts to provide middle class tax relief.
6. THE NATIONAL SECURITY RESTORATION ACT: No U.S. troops under U.N. command and restoration of the essential parts of our national security funding to strengthen our national defense and maintain our credibility around the world.
7. THE SENIOR CITIZENS FAIRNESS ACT: Raise the Social Security earnings limit which currently forces seniors out of the work force, repeal the 1993 tax hikes on Social Security benefits and provide tax incentives for private long-term care insurance to let Older Americans keep more of what they have earned over the years.
8. THE JOB CREATION AND WAGE ENHANCEMENT ACT: Small business incentives, capital gains cut and indexation, neutral cost recovery, risk assessment/cost-benefit analysis, strengthening the Regulatory Flexibility Act and unfunded mandate reform to create jobs and raise worker wages.
9. THE COMMON SENSE LEGAL REFORM ACT: "Loser pays" laws, reasonable limits on punitive damages and reform of product liability laws to stem the endless tide of litigation.
10. THE CITIZEN LEGISLATURE ACT: A first-ever vote on term limits to replace career politicians with citizen legislators.
Further, we will instruct the House Budget Committee to report to the floor and we will work to enact additional budget savings, beyond the budget cuts specifically included in the legislation described above, to ensure that the Federal budget deficit will be less than it would have been without the enactment of these bills.
We, the undersigned, call upon those seeking to represent us in public office to sign the Contract from America and by doing so commit to support each of its agenda items, work to bring each agenda item to a vote during the first year, and pledge to advocate on behalf of individual liberty, limited government, and economic freedom.
Our moral, political, and economic liberties are inherent, not granted by our government. It is essential to the practice of these liberties that we be free from restriction over our peaceful political expression and free from excessive control over our economic choices.
The purpose of our government is to exercise only those limited powers that have been relinquished to it by the people, chief among these being the protection of our liberties by administering justice and ensuring our safety from threats arising inside or outside our country’s sovereign borders. When our government ventures beyond these functions and attempts to increase its power over the marketplace and the economic decisions of individuals, our liberties are diminished and the probability of corruption, internal strife, economic depression, and poverty increases.
The most powerful, proven instrument of material and social progress is the free market. The market economy, driven by the accumulated expressions of individual economic choices, is the only economic system that preserves and enhances individual liberty. Any other economic system, regardless of its intended pragmatic benefits, undermines our fundamental rights as free people.
1. Identify constitutionality of every new law: Require each bill to identify the specific provision of the Constitution that gives Congress the power to do what the bill does (82.03%).
2. Reject emissions trading: Stop the "cap and trade" administrative approach used to control pollution by providing economic incentives for achieving reductions in the emissions of pollutants. (72.20%).
3. Demand a balanced federal budget: Begin the Constitutional amendment process to require a balanced budget with a two-thirds majority needed for any tax modification. (69.69%)
4. Simplify the tax system: Adopt a simple and fair single-rate tax system by scrapping the internal revenue code and replacing it with one that is no longer than 4,543 words – the length of the original Constitution. (64.9%)
5. Audit federal government agencies for constitutionality: Create a Blue Ribbon taskforce that engages in an audit of federal agencies and programs, assessing their Constitutionality, and identifying duplication, waste, ineffectiveness, and agencies and programs better left for the states or local authorities. (63.37%)
6. Limit annual growth in federal spending: Impose a statutory cap limiting the annual growth in total federal spending to the sum of the inflation rate plus the percentage of population growth. (56.57%).
7. Repeal the health care legislation passed on March 23, 2010: Defund, repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. (56.39%).
8. Pass an 'All-of-the-Above' Energy Policy: Authorize the exploration of additional energy reserves to reduce American dependence on foreign energy sources and reduce regulatory barriers to all other forms of energy creation. (55.5%).
9. Reduce Earmarks: Place a moratorium on all earmarks until the budget is balanced, and then require a 2/3 majority to pass any earmark. (55.47%).
10. Reduce Taxes: Permanently repeal all recent tax increases, and extend permanently the George W. Bush temporary reductions in income tax, capital gains tax and estate taxes, currently scheduled to end in 2011. (53.38%).
The 1994 Republican "Contract with America" was a failure. The Republicans didn't follow through with most of their promises and played a big role in increasing government, especially under the Bush Administration. Worse yet, most of today's Republican establishment has refused to even commit to the Tea Party Movement's "Contract from America"! And as previously mentioned, the "Contract from America" doesn't even cover many of the issues that urgently need to be covered. This contract would have been acceptable in 1994, provided that it would have been fully implemented back then (unlike the "Contract with America", which ended up being nothing more than piece of paper filled with empty promises). Today's version of any such contract needs to cover illegal immigration, the Federal Reserve, the Patriot Act and internet freedom at the very least! All the other issues should be on the table, as well.
The bottom line is that this election, even with the best possible results, will not give patriotic candidates a majority anywhere on the federal level (actually, most likely on any level). Instead, patriotic candidates will be a small minority. Thus, we cannot expect much to accomplished by the new congress. I am personally even skeptical that government health care will be repealed, even if Republicans manage to win two thirds or more seats in Congress (and they are unlikely to win that many seats).
The new congress and senate will probably succeed in slowing Obama's blitzkrieg against America down and may win some very minor legislative victories (perhaps even one or two major ones), but overall, this election will be only a very small step in the right direction. It would thus be horrible if the Tea Party Movement were to do anything but continue to grow and move further to the "right" – or rather, closer to the US Constitution. The Tea Party Movement has to go all the way! We're in too deep to act like it's 1994. These next two years will be crucial, as they may very well be our last opportunity to take America back through the electoral process – and already, the Obama Administration, its supporters and other collectivists have been doing all sorts of gerrymandering (such as taking control of the US Census to redistrict all the congressional and other electoral districts the way they want to) and God only knows what else to make it harder for individualists to win elections. In fact, I would not be surprised if there was some historical voter fraud during this election (God only knows what will happen in the 2012 election). That may very well end up making this election a historical election – not so much the Republican and Tea Party Movement victories.
From all of the aforementioned facts, analysis and conclusions, it is vital for us to understand the following things:
- Even with the best possible results, this election is not the end and will not bring about the end of all of our problems. Not only is this not the end, it is not even the beginning. In fact, this is only the beginning of the beginning.
- We need to stop compromising our freedoms away. We need to stop caring about petty things. We need to stop voting for the "moderates" and lesser evils because we don't think the patriotic candidates "can win". The establishment and the left may call patriotic candidates "extremists", "radicals", "reactionaries", "nutcases" and other such terms. If loving liberty is "extreme", then so be it. There can be no compromise on liberty, for when there is compromise on liberty, liberty always loses out. Any time you hear a politician talk about "compromise" on issues that involve individual rights, you'll know that that politician cannot be trusted, for he holds the idea of "compromise" above liberty; and there can be nothing above liberty. This is how we've gradually lost all our rights to begin with! It was because we and our representatives agreed to "compromise" away one aspect of these rights after another.
You cannot "compromise" on free speech or on the right to bear arms or on the right of the people to not be subject to unreasonable searches and seizures or on any of our rights in the constitution. There can be no "compromise" on the unalienable (natural or God-given) rights that are found within our constitution. The rights guaranteed to us by the US Constitution are set in stone. It is not only immoral to "compromise" on the constitution, but it is also unconstitutional to do so.
It has been said that "when good men do nothing, evil prevails". Well, when good men compromise with evil, evil prevails, as well. There can be no compromise with evil. We must all loudly proclaim, "We do not compromise with tyranny!"
Compromise is only justifiable when our liberties and national sovereignty are not what's being compromised.
Our part in ensuring this is to always vote for the most individualist, constitutionalist, libertarian, right wing and "extremist" candidates running. That means we need to be informed about all of the candidates, their positions on the issues, their voting records, their commitments and whether their statements match their stated positions on the issues. We also need to be informed about how America is meant to work and about what our representatives do when they are elected (which means watching the bills they introduce and vote on). Ultimately, it is our responsibility to force our representatives to vote for the constitution, if we see they fail to do so. In other words, voting in the "craziest" right wing constitutionalist guy, watching what he does and keeping the pressure up are what we have to do to best ensure that no more of our freedoms are not compromised away and those already lost are ultimately regained.
- No more of this "cannot win" stuff. Once again, if everyone thinks the candidate "cannot win", then he won't win. Everyone needs to get behind the most constitutionalist candidate there is and vote for him, even if they feel the odds are against him. If all those in support of the constitution do so, in most districts, they will succeed!
- We absolutely have to go all the way. That means treating the Republican establishment with as much distaste as we treat the whole Democratic Party, for the Republican establishment is just as bad as the Democratic Party (if not worse, as it is a wolf in extra thick sheep's clothing). It is the second head of the same snake – the venomous collectivist demon that must be slayed. This means we have to tell it like it is and hit them all hard on all the issues they have failed us on. This means that we, the people, have to do more research and wake up, because frankly, most of us still don't see the big picture and many of us haven't even gotten out of bed. Once we see the big picture and once (and if) we hit the establishment hard on all the issues, their arguments will completely break down and they will be completely exposed for what they are: collectivists who put the well-being and liberty of the American people dead last in their list of priorities.
And again, I cannot stress this enough: WE MUST GO ALL THE WAY!
- We have to become more aware and active on the local level. Municipal and state elections DO matter. In fact, they matter more than federal elections do, for if we can take back the cities and states, we can tell the federal government to take a hike when it tries to do something unconstitutional or enforce an unconstitutional law. The recent Arizona immigration law is a small step in the right direction and a perfect example of this. We must fight for every single municipal and state position and we must get our neighbors educated to what is going on, and ultimately, involved in the effort to take back America.
- We have to get organized. Again, the local and state levels are the key. Local patriotic groups should spring up everywhere and should be able to get together fast, in order to protest any tyrannical act (or any attempt to pass or enforce an unconstitutional law or commit a tyrannical act) at a moment's notice (ideally). Call it a nationwide "Minuteman Protest Network".
This is necessary because electing patriots to all positions of government on all levels (municipal, state and federal) isn't going to be enough. The collectivists have already seriously eroded many of the procedures that are used to enforce laws, so there are a great deal of bureaucrats at all government levels that effectively think we are their slaves. Every such action must thus be protested.
- We should seriously put an effort into educating members of the military, law enforcement and the intelligence community on what is going on. These people are, overall, perhaps the most loyal patriots America has. If the government ever was to order them to violate peoples' first amendment rights, for example, then they would not be obligated to follow any such order (in fact, they would be obligated NOT to follow any such order), for it is unconstitutional to do so. There are organizations, such as Oathkeepers, where members of the military and law enforcement sign a pledge to not follow any order that is unconstitutional. Educate America's greatest patriots about these things. It's up to you to fully wake them up!
- November 3 is not the day we get to go back to sleep. In fact, we can never go back to sleep. Many, including presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson rightly said that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Here are the quotes:
"The price of liberty is eternal vigilance." -Thomas Jefferson.
"But you must remember, my fellow-citizens, that eternal vigilance by the people is the price of liberty, and that you must pay the price if you wish to secure the blessing. It behooves you, therefore, to be watchful in your States as well as in the Federal Government." -Andrew Jackson, Farewell Address, March 4, 1837.
In fact, November 3 is the day that we take the Tea Party Movement to the next level. Let us all get more organized, more active, more vigilant, more educated about what is going on, more persistent and more determined.
If we are serious about taking America back, then we must take all of these key points to heart.
Finally, here is the list of ATC endorsements for federal and gubernatorial positions. Please note that this may not be a full and comprehensive list; and just because we have not endorsed a particular candidate does not necessarily mean we do not support him. We have not gone through all 435 congressional candidates, all 37 senatorial candidates or all 39 gubernatorial candidates. However, of the candidates that are on this list, the vast majority are patriotic candidates who we are 99% sure (after detailed analysis) are indeed such. A minority of candidates listed here, marked by an asterisk ("*"), do not qualify as "patriotic candidates". In such cases, we have also provided reasons for why we have endorsed them.
AZ-2: Trent Franks (R).
CA-8: John Dennis (R). Notes: A true individualist running against arch-collectivist Congresswoman and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D).
CA-52: Duncan D. Hunter (R). Notes: Awesome on illegal immigration and border security.
FL-22: Allen West (R). Notes: Fully understands Islam.
GA-10: Paul Broun (R). Notes: Understands Obama's agenda very well.
ID-1: Raul Labrador (R).
IA-5: Steve King (R). Notes: Understands Obama's agenda very well. Excellent on illegal immigration and border security.
MD-6: Roscoe Bartlett (R).
MA-4: Sean Bielat* (R). Notes: Although he is a patriot who served in the US Marines, he seems to be close to the Republican establishment on the issues and thus, does not qualify as a patriotic candidate. However, he is running against arch-collectivist Barney Frank (D).
MN-6: Michele Bachmann (R).
NC-3: Walter B. Jones (R). Notes: A libertarian-leaning Republican.
NC-4: William "B.J." Lawson (R). Notes: A libertarian-leaning Republican.
NJ-5: Scott Garrett (R).
NY-2: Anthony Tolda (Constitution Party).
SC-1: Tim Scott (R).
TN-2: Jimmy Duncan (R). Notes: A libertarian-leaning Republican.
TX-1: Louie Gohmert (R).
TX-3: Sam Johnson (R).
TX-14: Ron Paul (R). Notes: He is the most honest and constitutionalist member of the US House (and probably the US Congress, overall).
TX-20: Clayton Trotter (R).
TX-26: Michael Burgess (R).
Alaska: Joe Miller (R).
California: Carly Fiorina* (R). Notes: Appears to be an establishment Republican, but is running against arch-collectivist Senator Barbara Boxer (D).
Delaware: Christine O'Donnell (R). Notes: While her heart is in the right place and she is without a doubt a patriotic candidate, she is not exactly the brightest person and seriously needs to read the constitution in its entirety, among other things. Still, once again, she is an individualist and we hope she wins.
Kentucky: Rand Paul (R). Notes: He seems to be as awesome on the issues as his father, Congressman Ron Paul.
Nevada: Sharron Angle (R). Notes: Appears to be individualist candidate and is running against arch-collectivist Senator Harry Reid (D).
South Carolina: Jim DeMint (R).
Arizona: Jan Brewer (R). Notes: Though she voted for tax increases in order to attempt to balance the state's budget, she is excellent on gun rights, border security and combating illegal immigration, among other things. We're going to give her the benefit of the doubt on economics.
Colorado: Tom Tancredo (Constitution Party). Notes: Though he voted for the Bush Bailouts, the vast majority of his other positions (most notably his positions on border security, illegal immigration and Islam) are outstanding. Tancredo struck us as a candidate who is not exactly great at economics, but appears to have woken up from his mistake. We are giving him the benefit of the doubt on economics.
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