By: Dick Manasseri
Can you imagine the man with the Pen and the Phone, actually saying that? Obama’s Senior Advisor, Valerie Jarrett Is more direct, “Congress won’t be a problem for us this time.”
Within the shadows of Detroit, America’s bankrupt experiment with Progressivism, an army of SE Michigan grassroots activists cling even more tightly to their U.S. Constitution than to any guns and Bibles. Maybe that’s because the death and devastation that resembles a third world city is so close to home.
“The rate of death before the age of 18 in Detroit is nearly three times New York City’s, and its infant-mortality rate exceeds that of Botswana.”
Historian and author David Barton will be the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for Constitutionalist Tom McMillin, candidate for the Michigan Senate 13th District. Barton will undoubtedly be discussing his support for the Convention of States as a way to use the Constitution to save itself.
Rochester College is hosting an evening with Dr. Ben Carson which will likely include commentary on the pathology that is Obamacare – which begs the question – Will Constitutionalist Kerry Bentivolio’s vote to Defund Obamacare and his 83% Heritage Action rating be enough to hold off the onslaught of his heavily financed GOP establishment opponent?
Allen West will be rallying his fellow Constitutionalists and their Precinct Delegates when he addresses the Romeo Tea Party two months before the all-important August Primary. Will these Delegates be organized enough to choose Constitutionalist Wes Nakagiri for Lt. Governor over RINO Brian Calley at the State Convention just after the Primary?
Finally, Trevor Loudon will be returning to Michigan just in time to once again focus Constitutionalists on the extreme danger they face from the Leftists and their collaborators – the RINOs who would forfeit the Constitution in exchange for their membership within the Progressive Elite.
1 thought on ““If You Like your Constitution, You can Keep It. Period!””
The growing concern about Valerie Jarrett’s comment about “Congress will not be a problem this time,” when seen in the light of Obama’s arrogance about using his pen and his phone to bypass Congress, is evidenced in the warm reception by the public which is being given to Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Mike Lee, and others with similar views. The interest in the message of the speakers my friend Dick Manasseri has written about in the above article is further evidence of this concern. In this regard, those of us who are in support of the Tea Party / 9-12 groups have much about which we can be truly encouraged. However, the way in which the Republican RINO establishment have villified Senators Cruz, Lee, and Paul, along with their colleagues in the House of Representatives for the stands that they have taken over the course of the last several months should be perhaps of even greater concern than the threat to our Constitution that the Obama administration poses. I have a profound sense that the public is awakening to who and what Obama is, and what his “fundamental transformation of America” portends. So, I feel confident that the Tea Party message is ready to be accepted, and should produce some major, necessary, and beneficial upheavals in the GOP. I hope that the GOP establishment leadership will embrace these changes and the Tea Party message. If Republican leadership fails to do so, they would, in my opinion, be indicating that they would prefer a Democrat victory to a Tea Party victory, and would value retaining control of the Republican Party in defeat, rather than losing their leaderhip positions in order that their party may be revitalised and renewed by the message that the Tea Party is offering. I hope and pray that the humility needed on their parts will be such that they will get out of the way of what is good for the country, and support the Tea Party candidates, whose message the public is more and more accepting, and which has the power to greatly move the USA back closer to the Founders’ intention, as expressed in the Constitution.