The heart of our effort is to realize a future in which we are assured equal opportunity, liberty and justice for all.
What is it in the mission and vision statement of the Anchorage Tea Party or any other Tea Party that threatens anyone and specifically the establishment Republicans and their support networks?
Show me, I must be from Missouri. Their problem is Power, pure and simple! The nerve of ''we the people'' to infringe upon their turf and relieve them of duty where determined necessary.
The RNC throws the Tea Party movement a bone in the media at the national level by applauding their enthusiasm, but a stand-offishness is palpable at every level.
Does an effort exist within the beltway boys 'click' to avoid or compartmentalize the Tea Party movement, to ensure at least a bit of distance is maintained from them, lest any hint of extremism rub off?
It appears that ''outsiders'' are welcome only if they behave according to club rules and a lot of us are coloring outside the lines.
Many must feel that the perception of extremism will result in losses for the Republican party, so the wisdom of those in power is to moderate the message, tone it down as it were.
In the race for US Senate in Alaska, we see that Liza Murkousky and her campaign have thrown the will of the voter under the bus. Somehow it is incumbent upon the incumbents to be redundant, never mind the will of the voter. Never mind the promise to abide by the outcome of the primary and never mind the purpose. Never mind a concession speech. Never mind the will of them ''Radical Extremists''.
Lisa claims that a huge percentage of voters didn't get to vote for her, thus her failure to win the Republican nomination in the primary.
Did we see the new Black Panther party or anyone else standing guard at the polls here in Alaska? I didn't think so.
There is a man living in Sitka, Alaska. From what I hear, he's a friendly fellow. He appears to be someone who supports the 'something for nothing' crowd, you know, special interests, unions etc. Similar indeed to Liza Murkousky. Both Scott and Liza want their ''fair share''. Of what? That's right, their fair share of the pork. Even Ted Steven's advised halting what he had been doing while things are like they are.
My parents taught me that there never truly was something for nothing out there. Either you work for what you receive, or you receive from someone else's work, let your conscience be your guide.
I don't question the 'heart' of any of the three Alaska Senate candidates. It's just that when history repeats itself and the history is not pleasant, one should consider traveling a different road.
There is a tidal wave coming across this nation. A sincere effort to restore personal liberty and prosperity is blooming. As my choice for US Senate Joe Miller states, a transition from Federal power to States' rights is what is needed. There is nothing radical or extreme in that statement. The more localized and limited a government, the better.
November beckons a renewal of that which made our country the beacon for the world drawing immigrants (legal) from everywhere to it. That being equal opportunity, liberty and justice for all.
P.S. Vote for Joe!!!!!!