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Democrats introduce Immigration “Reform” Bill

Author: Rory B. Bellows

This is easily the worst congress in our nation’s history. The latest atrocity out of this congress is their immigration reform bill. The goal of this bill is to create as many government jobs and democratic voters as possible. The key features of the legislation are incrased boarder security, more government workers, a stream lined process to encourage family reunification, more low income immigrants who will be legalized into new Democrat Party voters and a commission to look at reforming the process H-1B and H2B visa process.

Now the only real aspeect of our immigration system that needs to be addressed is the H1B and H-2B visas which allow skilled workers to enter our country. How is that addressed? With a commission. A commission is Washington speak for kick the can down the road and do nothing. We have a lack of skilled immigrants so what this congress proposes to do is create more unskilled, low income labor and government jobs. You would have to invent these people if they did not exist.



Author: Rory B. Bellows

Vote for Chris Christie.

Vote no to debt and No to Question 1.

if you live in VA or NY 23 vote McDonnell or Hoffman.

Take back VA. Take back NJ. Take back the NY 23. Take back this country for constitutionalism. If we sweep these races, every Blue Dog Democrat will be SPRINTING as fast as they can from Obamacare and Cap and Tax.

*** New polls in NJ Gov race and NY 23 ***

Author: Rory B. Bellows

Public Policy Polling, a democrat party polling outfit, has new polls in the NJ Gov race and the NY 23 special election that show clear momentum for the Republican and Conservative candidates in those races.

Their NJ Gov poll has Christie 47, Corzine 41 and Daggett at 11.

The NY 23 poll has Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman leading the pack with 51% and Democrat Bill Owens with 34% and liberal Dede Scozzafava, who suspended her campaign and today endorsed owners, bringing up the rear with 13%. In a head to head matchup with Owens, Hoffman curbstomps him 54-38.

Where is the Christie Campaign?

Author: Rory B. Bellows

Okay, I know campaigns do not heat up until after Labor Day, but it sure looks like Chris Christie is content to run the Thomas Dewey Campaign. He is saying nothing and campaigning on nothing. The number one issue for New Jersey voters is property taxes. Every poll confirms this. The web ad on the front of never mentions the topic. Yes, it highlights the miserable economic condition of New Jersey, but it does nothing to define Chris Christie. Jon Corzine is spending millions to portray Christie as a Bush clone. The only way Christie can lose this race is if Jon Corzine is able to paint Christie as an unacceptable alternative.

Christie’s campaign is banking on the fact that the disapproval ratings for Jon Corzine are so high that voters in this state would elect anyone other than Jon the Taxer this November. This is a faulty assumption. While Chritie polls ahead of Corzine, the RealClearPolitics average shows him under 50% for the first time since he won the Republican nomination. Since Christie won the Republican nomination, not a day goes by where you do not see television ads that link Chris Christie to George Bush. Christie does not yet have the money to counter these ads so the only story told about Christie is the one Jon Corzine wants you to hear. Corzine’s negative attacks will hurt Christie. Democrats in New Jersey enjoy a huge natural advantage in party identification and there is a third party candidate in Chris Daggett who will raise enough money to qualify for matching campaign funds and participate in the debates. While Corzine is busy defining Christie, disaffected Democrats and Independents could either go home to Corzine or register their protest by voting third party.

Christie can easily nip any slip in the polls in the bud. Ironically, this involves Christie becoming a Bush clone. Former President Bush defined his campaigns by his ability to stay on message and drive a point home. In 2004, the White House steward would ask what he wanted for breakfast and he would respond with some variation of “You know where I stand. My opponent was for the $87 billion before he was against it”. Christie needs to adopt this single mindedness towards property taxes. Every appearance Christie makes, every press release his campaign puts out and every web ad his media team creates should focus on property taxes and Christie’s plan to cut them. The media section of Christie’s website only lists one release the entire summer that included property taxes in the title.

While voter attention will peak in the coming weeks, it was foolish for Christie not to prepare the electorate to believe that he is the man who can bring property taxes under control. Yes, last month’s massive corruption arrests provided Christie with some low-hanging fruit. Yes, it was easy to pounce on Jon Corzine for failing to deliver on ethics reform. However, New Jersey has been a massively corrupt state since Moses was in short pants. Voters just do not care. They did not care in 2005 coming off the resignation of Jim McGreevey. They did not care in 2006, 2007 or 2008. Republicans tried to make corruption in an issue in each of those election cycles and the electorate was so inspired that Republicans could not top 43% of the vote. By focusing on small issues, Christie is blowing the opportunity to define himself on the big issue.

Union Member punches citizen rallying against Obamacare

Author: Rory B. Bellows

Barbara Boxer gets called out for being a racist

Author: Rory B. Bellows

The CEO of the Black Chamber of Commerce absolutely pwns Senator Barbara Boxer as a racist. Lulz.

Christie up by 12 in latest poll

Author: Rory B Bellows

The new Quinnipiac Poll shows Republican Chris Christie with a 53-41 lead over Governor Jon Corzine.