Now there is an alternative! Goooh.com!

The R and D voters must get it together, but not by voting for the same-old same-old.

By Jack E. Lohman

At this point I don’t care whether Obama or his Republican counter-crook makes it. One is as bad as the other and either will perpetuate the problem. So I plan to vote for the best independent available, and preferably it will be a progressive. Or Buddy Roemer.

But key is getting rid of the crooks in the House of Representatives, then the Senate, and one citizen group has a solid idea on how to ensure that “citizen representatives” are high on the candidate list. It’s called goooh.com (pronounced “Go”).

Yes there are Lefties taking advantage of food stamps and Medicaid, and Righties snubbing their noses at those who don’t have jobs (like ‘jobs’ are so plentiful!). And the reverse is also true. But worse are those who are drinking the political Kool-Aid, casting stones at the other side while our politicians pick our pockets behind the scenes.

“Diversion” is their key strategy, and it is working.

Let’s get a clue! These politicians are not our friends!!!

We need a major turnover, first in the House!

“GOOOH is NOT a political party. It is a system that will allow you and your neighbors to choose, among yourselves, a candidate who will truly represent your district.”

Whether R or D, they will be citizen selected. There are 435 House districts, and the same 435 Goooh districts with one goal: to replace their House member with a citizen-selected candidate. Maybe that’s the incumbent, but with an acceptance rating of 9% that’s not likely. These guys are there for one reason, and that’s because the moneyed interests have given them enough bribes to blow the opposition out of the water.

2012 is a must-change year! We have no alternative but to throw the bastards out!!!

2 Responses to Now there is an alternative! Goooh.com!

  1. Marianne MacPhearson says:

    yes, they are diverting us. Did you see coverage on the passing of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, S. 1867 by the Senate.

    The spent just ONE HOUR discussing a bill that, as Judge Andrew P. Napolitano commented, “…basically says that the President can arrest whoever he wants anywhere in the United States of America, and keep them without charging them for a crime, without letting them see a lawyer, without bringing them to a judge for as long as he wants. How is that consistent with the Constitution?”

    This bill goes against the Sixth Amendment and the second clause of Section 9 of Article I of the Constitution.