Friday, May 14, 2010

Steve Peters - #1730 - Commentary Feature - Postings from the Right

Steve Peters, Conservative Activist and Tea Party Patriot - Posting from the Right - Steve invites all comments on his views.

Finally, an elected politician who thinks the voter is ready for the real truth, and unlike Jack Nicholson's quote in A Few Good Men, "You can't handle the truth", Governor Christie thinks otherwise. A majority of the voting public who cannot wait for Judgement day in November, has been desperately waiting for this kind of truth and leadership. The question is, will the Republican leadership in DC come forward and provide it? We have already formed the parade with the help of groups like the Tea Party, Freedomworks, Club for Growth, and many others. We implore you to put one cohesive positive agenda together(House and Senate Leadership), get out from behind your DC desks, and provide the leadership we now demand. Republicans in DC, have fought admirably in an attempt to hold the line AGAINST the socialist Obama agenda. Now it is time to show us what the party will stand FOR. Paul Ryan, Michele Bachmann, Jim Demint, John Boehnor, Mike Pence, and a few others have demonstrated this courage and leadership.
Gov Christie calls S-L columnist thin-skinned for inquiring about his 'confrontational tone.

Governor Christie Schools a Reporter - American Thinker - Do you want to see what a leader looks like ? How a pol with no tolerance for fools asserts pragmatism? Chris Christie, New Jersey's governor, is a leader whose political outlook is the Left's worst nightmare. The following clip begins with Christie responding to a reporter, who asks, "Governor, do you think this sort of confrontational tone you're taking can increase your odds of getting this through the legislature?" Christie responds by saying, "You know, Tom (the reporter), you must be the thinnest-skinned guy in America. Because if you think that's a confrontational tone, then you should really see me when I'm pissed.... I love it when people say they don't want to have argument. That's what we were sent here for. They (the unions) believe in certain things. They believe in bigger government, higher taxes and more spending. I believe in less government, lower taxes and in empowering local officials who are elected by their citizens to be able to fix their problems."  It gets better. Christie's approach to fiscal honesty is the antidote for malaise. Pandering, lying and dissimulating are out. Finally, in Jersey, leadership is in.

New Jersey Governor Sets Tone for U.S. - The Hill 

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