Questions for the New 2010 Congressional Elect Members

Here are some questions voters can ask all Congressmen elect members to keep the new members on task and keep them from being ‘sucked up’ in the Obama politics.

We look to you, the winners of the 2010 elections, in the hope that we can decisively reject Barack Obama's plans to "fundamen­tally transform the United States."

Will you vote against all tax increases and new taxes?

Will you vote to make all the Republican tax cuts permanent for at least five years?

Will you vote to cut federal spending to the re-bailout level?

Read The Whole List of Questions for the New 2010 Members

Reasons Why This Site Is Entitled "I WISH I HAD IT MY WAY"

Chuck Slate

For years (and I've been around a long, long time) I have been watching the deterioration of the base of the America’s citizens’ freedoms being torn away by liberal zealots (such as the ACLU and NEA). As a matter of fact the ACLU should change their name to SEAM (Strive to Eliminate America’s Majority) or maybe it should be DASH (Destroy America’s Sovereign Heritage). The NEA might try changing their name to (NADS) National Approach to Destroying Schools). I have watched my rights and those of my neighbors slowly being eaten away using the boiling frog theory.
Apparently the liberals have decided on a strict policy of:

1. What the American people want and need, the liberals will see to it they don’t get.

2. What the American people don’t want or need the liberals will force upon them.

Here is a short list (obviously, there are many, many more) that include some of the IF I HAD MY WAY objectives: 

  • If I Had My Way, I would like to be allowed to use the word God anytime and any place I choose.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to be able to recite the Pledge of Allegiance (as it has been written and recited for years and years) anytime and any place I choose.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to be allowed to fly the symbol of our freedom, our beloved flag, without having it attacked or burned.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to no longer be saddled with the fictitious separation of church and state mantra.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to have the words ‘In God We Trust’ remain anywhere I would vote to have them.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the sexual smut, musical smut, homosexual smut and all other forms of smut removed from our viewing and hearing.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to have presidential appointee nominations receive an up or down vote in the Senate no matter what president presides over the Country.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to return the court system to a system that RAPIDLY punishes lawbreakers and justifies the punishment to the victim.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the Ten Commandments displayed wherever and whenever I would like.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to have control over whom or what joins our various organizations.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to have control over whom we would like to hire into our corporations and businesses.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like additional power sources to be developed to reduce (eliminate) our dependency on foreign products.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like strict discipline returned to the homes and schools so that our children have a fighting chance of becoming good law abiding citizens.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to return to a society where the majority rules (that applies not only to the citizenry but to our elective organizations).
  • If I Had My Way, I would like all politicians (especially liberals) to stop using words like -- all and every  -- when referring to proposed laws or objectives, (This country was based on the principal of majorities. It is literally impossible to eliminate poverty, homelessness, no child left behind, etc.). That is not to say these are not admirable goals.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials (State and Federal) to control the absolutely obnoxious flow of illegal immigrants into our Country.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the ‘alternative life style’ to never be taught in our school systems.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the schools systems to return to teaching the three Rs and particularly American History.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials to never pass another law without first repealing at least two others. There are so many laws that many of them are obsolete and besides there are so many even the lawyers and judges get confused. Also, many of these laws are diametrically opposed to others.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials to stop passing laws to save us from ourselves.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our courts to never hear frivolous law suits and exorbitant monetary awards.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials to stop trying to change human nature by passing such laws.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials to stop considering ‘pork barrel’ (earmarks) projects (Mr. Byrd, are you listening).
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials and judges to begin using common sense.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials and their staffs to stop ‘leaking’ confidential information and selling America’s secrets.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the American people to stop electing crooks.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our election process to return to debating the pros and cons of proposed programs and ideas rather then the vile campaigns we have seen in the recent past.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like not to be pestered by telemarketers.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like America to return to a Country of production, rather than services, so that the balance of trade can be restored.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to be able to enter a place of business and purchase an item totally made in America.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like America to stop lawyers from going on TV, and advertising in other forms of media, begging people to sue each other.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the Social Security system either abandoned or returned to its original design -- that is: an adjunct to other retirement income.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to vote for politicians, who are honest, favor family traditions, support the majority, and appoint people who will follow the Constitution.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like to have a vote on such controversial issues as homosexuality, abortion, Social Security and any other social decisions made by our elected officials. Better yet -- the government stays completely out of social issues.
  • If I Had My Way, I would like our elected officials to use my money conservatively and necessarily (concentrate on the word necessarily).
  • If I Had My Way, I would like America to return to the concept that the majority rules (for you liberals -- that does not mean oppressing the minority. They have the same freedoms the majority has).
  • If I Had My Way, I would like the Senate to return to doing its job and stop obstructing the business of the country!

If you carefully examine each statement, you will shortly see that the liberals are not in favor of those I would like. Please look at their actions rather than their rhetoric which is frequently flawed. Not all liberals fall into the obstructionist category but that is the end result of their actions (or inactions).

About The Author

Chuck Slate was born in Connecticut. He and his wife Marilyn were married in December 1950. Chuck joined IBM in August 1956. The family moved several times because of Chuck's job. They have lived in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina and Virginia. The Slates celebrated their 50th anniversary in the year 2000. The plans were to spend it in Australia and New Zealand. They returned from that trip just before the publishing of Chuck’s second book. Marilyn and Chuck had four birth children, three boys (including twins) and a girl. Chuck has volunteered for a number of non-profit organizations. Chuck and Marilyn provided a home for foster children from 1992-2001, sometimes taking more than one at a time. The number of foster care placements during their fostering career was sixty, mostly teenagers.

Chuck's first published book was entitled "There Are No Bad Kids" based upon his experiences as a foster father. Since then he has published the sequel "Never Underestimate the Arrogance or Stupidity of Government" – That describes the experiences Chuck & Marilyn had in trying to protect one of their foster care charges from the village and a ‘rogue’ Social Services agency. Next came his autobiography, "High on Life" followed by the political essays of "Hillary - America's First Dictator" and his newest "The Demise of America (As We KNEW It)".

Freedom of speech still exists and these books should be on every bookshelf in America.


Hilary Books and Stop Hillary
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Hillary, America's First Dictator
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The Demise Of America
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Never Underestimate The
Arrogance or Stupidity of Government

The Demise Of America
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The Demise Of America (As We Knew It)

There Are No Bad Kids
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There Are No Bad Kids

The Demise Of America
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High On Life - An Autobiography