Barrack Hussein Obama is not a Democrat. His actual affiliation is with the New Party. It simply would not be acceptable to call it a branch of the Communist Party as only the most jaded left wing radical would join. Instead they outline themselves as a Third Party interested only in improving the nation. They even encourage you to remain with your current political party and donate only twenty five dollars a month to help finance these improvements.That $25.00 per month ($300.00) per year will pay the salary of a full time Community Organizer for one week. After you click the following link for yet more details on how your donation will be put to good use. There will be many of these pages and you certainly need not read them all, but note in the first paragraph that magical word Transforming.
FREEDOM RINGS 1776 is a conservative voice, defending the views of those who still believe in the constitution and opposing any and all who would lead us from our tried and true beliefs. We who still believe in the spirit of 1776 must oppose anyone who would set this nation on a course that will fundamentally transform America.
"Mister Gorbachev...Tear down that wall!" Those are words that will echo through the centuries. Only six words, but they conveyed so much. No long winded speech; no two thousand page document, just six words suggesting that peace and understanding were possible between the USA and the USSR. President Reagan had a gift for saying what needed to be said, of bringing opposing parties together and for inspiring a world to believe in a better tomorrow. He was a man for all seasons!
Ronald Reagan was no genius, but he had a talent for putting the right person into the right position, and getting the results he desired. When he was elected, that was just what this country needed. After the divisive last partial term for Richard Nixon, followed by the glaring incompetence of Jimmy Carter, Reagan was himself, the right man in the right position. Bringing back the tune "Hail To The Chief" and restoring dignity to the Presidency, he gave Americans what they so desperately needed: A sense of pride, a feeling of American exceptionalism, and a belief in a better tomorrow.