Sunday, August 30, 2009

America is looking to clean house!

Rasmussen Reports finds that 57% of Americans would like to replace the entire Congress. No surprise here, with Congress chock full of self serving opportunists, Democrats that all but come out the closet as full blown Marxists and Republicans who could not find a conservative principle if it bit them on the ass, it is no wonder America is mad as hell.

What was nice to see what that Independence are wising up:

While Democrats have become more supportive of the legislators, voters not affiliated with either major party have moved in the opposite direction. Today, 70% of those not affiliated with either major party would vote to replace all of the elected politicians in the House and Senate. That’s up from 62% last year.

Congressional Republicans had better get with the program as well because the base ain’t happy either:

Republicans, not surprisingly, overwhelmingly support replacing everyone in the Congress. Their views have not changed. But Republican voters are disenchanted with their team as much as the Congress itself: 69% of GOP Voters say Republicans in Congress are out of touch with the party base.

I say start talking to your friends, family and neighbors. Make sure they are all registered to vote, if not help them. Then come November 2010, take as many of them to the polls with you and lets Clean House!

By the way, here is a bit of inspiration I found on The Astute Bloggers about how Japan cleaned out their government.

Via: Memeorandum

Via: Rasmussen Reports

Via: The Astute Bloggers


Steve Burri said...

The picture shows household strength cleaner. We need industrial...No, stronger... Congressional strength. With hazmat suits to match. But with the slime produced, we'd be in trouble with the EPA.

Divinity Avenue said...

It would be so interesting and refreshing to see the entire legislative branch have new public servants. Too bad you can't just kick all of them out and never let them run for office again.

SSG_E said...


@eloh said...

We have a few really good ones. Most notably our Gov. and both our US Senators......we have some local and state dirtbags. In the scheme of things I guess we are luckier than most.

Something has to light a fire under conservatives to get out and vote.

@eloh said...

I know this is old, wondering if anything has been said about it recently.

Dated 15 July, 2009.

And it IS a big deal to get your orders revoked. Did they not want this to come to trial? Is this the birth problem being hushed?

Clifton B said...

Steve Burri:

I should have included a bottle of Congressional strength Saniflush!

Clifton B said...

Divinity Avenue:

Well for starters we could eliminate this gerrymandering nonsense. Go back to simple geographical boxes and a crap load of entrenched House members would be gone.

Clifton B said...


I am very torn on Term Limits. While it is the best cure for career politicians, it has the nasty side effect of forcing out the good ones unneccessarily.

Clifton B said...

1. Lucky you, where I am the place is crawling with losers.

2. Hum, don't really know, I will have to check around and see what is up with that. I am never really sure about the whole birth certificate thing. Something tells me it is just a ploy to discredit those who oppose Obama. One would have to be a damn fool and an idiot to try to get over on not being an American citizen for 4 years. Then again NJ elected a closet homosexual as governor even though his gay encounters were known for years by within political circles.

MKotyk88 said...

What I wouldn't give for term limits!

Clifton B said...


As I said to SSG_E, I am very torn on term limits.

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