Friday, December 09, 2005

A New Contract With America

In the spirit of the 94 movement that excelled us to the majority it is time now to forge a new contract that addresses the issues we face. A game plan that should be adopted to state a set of goals for the party and the conservitive movement in the United States, to restore the bonds of trust between the people and their elected representatives.

That is why once again, in this era of official evasion and posturing, we need to offer a detailed agenda for national renewal, a written commitment with no fine print. A platform to stand on and commit ourselves to.

After four decades of one-party Democrat control, and one decade of Republican controll or lack of control, as the reality has been, it is time for the conservitives to take controll of our party.

That historic change would be the end of government that is too big, too intrusive, and too easy with the public's money. It can be the beginning of a Congress that respects the values and shares the faith of the American family. One that can address the security needs of the Nation, and speaks openly and honestly about both the direction of the country and the American Dream.

Number One : The borders of the United states MUST be secure. Our leaders must have the fortitude to address this critical issue without the fear of being labeled racist. The ilegal immigration problem must end. Once the borders are secure the internal problems of the ilegals can then be dealt with NOT the other way around.

Number Two : The growth in spending needs to be CUT by 2% across the board the ONLY exception to this can be defense in these perilous times. The party Leaders must have the spine to stick to this and explain to the press and the public, that a CUT IN GROWTH IS NOT A CUT IN SPENDING. Our leaders have proven they do not have the fortitude to state this FACT.

Number Three : Domestic Oil production and refinement needs to be addressed. We need four NEW Refineries located in four seperate regions outside of the Gulf Coast. The restrictions on domestic drilling need to be lifted by Federal Mandate. The effect on the Economy of foreign dependence is a matter of National Security

Number Four : A new Department of Alternate Energy needs to be formed to control the research and development of alternative sources of energy. This dept needs to be equal to the Department of Energy in status but seperate and independant from that department.

Number Five : A public debate and reevaluation of the United States and the United Nations. After which it should be placed on the 2012 Presidential election as a YES or NO vote whether the United States should remain as part of the U.N. the PUBLIC should make this decision NOT the politicians. If the debate can not convince a simple majority of American citizens of the U.N.s worth, than like the people of Europe that have had a choice of joining the E.U. the people of the U.S. should be allowed the CHOICE of whether or not we belong to the U.N.

Number Six : A renewed commitment to the Space Program. No other endeaver has benifited mankind in its residual benefits than the space program. Advances in every facet of our lives have come from this one government program. We are neglecting our future in science, health, and technolagy by not devoting the resources to this program.

Number Seven : A public explanation and comitment to the American people and the World of our military and economic determination to defend ourselves against terror both internally and externally. This behaivour and threat must not and will not be tollerated by the people of this country or our leaders.

These seven comitments can keep us economicly sound and secure now and in the future. It is imperitive that our leaders understand this and that they speak plainly to the people of this country. We are at a point in our history that demands a specific comitment to guarantee the safety and security of our future. We have ridden the wave of the 20th century and the initial boom of the industrial age. We have not taken the steps to grow past the first wave of the industrial revolution to the second wave. These next two decades are Crucial in deciding whether the United States rides the wave of this century to its crest or is crushed under that wave and washed onto the shore while other nations are lifted above us.

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