Sunday, April 29, 2012



One day, not long ago, I thought about the guys and gals in congress and about all the wonderful laws they were passing and all of the wonderful rights we were slowly being stripped of and I was trying to find a way to really hold these bastards accountable for their actions.  There HAS to be a way to get these people out of office if they violate their oath of office in any way, shape or form.  There HAS to be a way to hold the president and the other goons accountable other than the old "vote them out" routine that never seems to take care of the problem.

This was about the time Debra Medina was running for Governor of Texas, I'll get to that in a minute.  I was doing some research on a few people, Harry Reid, Max Baucus, Joe Barton, John Cornyn, Nancy Pelosi, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Olympia Snowe and some others that were pissing me off at the time and I was researching different ways that a citizen could literally march down to the House or Senate and perform a citizen's arrest for violating the Cconstitution and their oath of office to protect and defend it.  I did find an interesting bit of information  that according the 10th amendment, the states and citizens ALL have the right to recall an elected official if the state makes a law to do so.  This got me excited so I looked up which states have recall laws.  So far, only the following states have that law in their State Constitution:

Alaska,Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Lousiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Montan, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington and Wisconsin.

I nearly dropped dead when I saw that NEVADA and CALIFORNIA have recall laws and neither one of them have even had an attempt made by the citizens to recall Pelosi and Reid, not to mention that crazy bitch Barbara Boxer, but I specifically remember a veeeeeeeeery close race when Harry Reid was up for re-election.  He won by the skin of his teeth but I don't understand why the citizens haven't started a petition to remove his senile ass!  Do they even know they have this law?  Surely they would try to do something if they did, right?  And what about California?  I realize Nancy comes from San Franciso, the capital of Crazy, but from what I've been seeing coming from Californians, they should be trying to do the same thing and recall her.  Have you seen the crowds Ron Paul is attracting in Communist California?  It's quite astounding.  Anyway, at that point I got to looking at Texas recall laws and guess what?  I can't find a recall provision in the Texas Constitution anywhere.  The closest thing I found was in section 14:

Sec. 14.  PRIVILEGED FROM ARREST.  Senators and Representatives shall, except in cases of treason, felony, or breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during the session of the Legislature, and in going to and returning from the same

So basically this means that in the state of Texas, the citizens CAN have ANY member of the Texas Legislature removed or arrested for treason, committing a felony and/or breaching the peace.  Well, GD, that's half of the bozos down there!  So it says we can recall them but it doesn't say anything about NOT being able to recall a US House Rep or a US Senator from Texas.  Are you thinking what I'm thinking?  


I'm thinking we need to put a petition together, a resolution according to a new friend I've made at a campaign meeting,  that resolves the right by a citizen to make a citizen's arrest or recall of a sitting House Representative and/or United States Senator and use the model of the Montana Recall Law which states that any person holding a public office of the state or any of its political subdivisions, either by election or appointment, is subject to recall from office (I'm condensing the law here to make it easier on me and less boring for you) for physical or mental lack of fitness (there goes 90% of them), incompetence (and the other 10%), violation of the oath of office, official misconduct or conviction of a felony offense.  HOT DAMN that sound GREAT to me!   Montana is exercising their rights at this very moment to recall all the house and senate members that violated their oath of office by voting for NDAA and a few other things they blindly voted for without a thought to the people of this country!  I met Debra Medina once during a campaign stop and asked her if she supported a recall law in case we ever encountered the likes of our very own Nancy or Harry and she said "NO".  I nearly had a heart attack that she would say such a thing.  Now I know that she had been hounded by the media for the last 3 weeks trying to get a "gotcha" moment on her so I am hoping she was thinking this was one of those moments and just got flustered about it.  But she said that according the Texas constitution, yada yada yada, blahblahblah, it couldn't be done.  I didn't understand a single thing she said because she was so caught off guard and she didn't make a lick of sense.  I'm pretty sure she didn't quite understand it either as I was quickly brushed off.  I love Debra Medina and I hope to see her run again next time but she's going to have to get on board with the whole accountability thing.  This law would greatly strengthen the citizens of this great state and remind those we elect that we put you in office, we can damn sure yank you out of it and put your butt in jail if need be!  I am sick and tired of these morons violating our rights and crapping on our constitution becuase they think they are in charge and that there's nothing we can do about it until the next election, hoping that our short memories will keep them from being voted out.  Well, my memory isn't short and I'm gunning after the likes of Kay Granger, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Joe Barton, John Cornyn an David Dewhurst. And Rick Perry.  These are the people - except for Rick Perry and David Dewhurst-  that voted for TSA, TARP, NDAA and CISPA.  Joe Barton did not vote for CISPA because he says "it violated the constitution and the rights of the individual".  Really, Joe???  Where the ^&# were you when you voted for NDAA,  you lying scumbag?  See, mom?  I'm keeping it clean just for you and let me just say that was hard to do!  These people need to go and they need to go now.  It is my duty as an American citizen to try and get legislation passed so that we can pull them out and throw them in jail for their treasonous acts.

And since we are on the subject of liars, let me introduce you to Mrs. Bachmann, the one who campaigned on Constitutional values:  

Yep, folks, that's right!  Michelle Bachmann.  She just cast her vote to make CISPA into law.  The same woman that campaigned on following our great constitution and holding those accountable for how they voted.  The constitution means nothing to this woman and she's shown her ass to us all on this one.  I am really disappointed in her but not as disappointed as I was in my most FAVORITE Senator of all time:   

Yep!  Two weeks ago, Marco Rubio was going to be my next husband.  Then I found out he supported and voted for the NDAA bill.  The guy that talks about freedom and his father and how wonderful this country and our constitution is, voted to essentially remove our 4th, 5th and 6th amendment rights in one fell swoop.  I am watching to see if he caves and votes for CISPA.  I am hoping that the reason he voted for it is because he doesn't know or understand our constitution or that the bill itself violated those rights.  Then again, he endorsed Mitt Romney.  Idiot!  IDIOT!  <whimper>  I'm so saaaaaaaaaaad!!  I LOVED this man.  Isn't he a dreamboat?  Unfortunately, he has either proven that he does not know what he's doing up there or that he has been bought by the establishment.  Maybe not "bought" but certainly turned by the establishment republicans that we unaffectionately call RINOs.  Sigh......sad.  Very sad.

So here's what I'm going to set my sights upon today:  I am going to try and contact Matt Kibbe from FreedomWorks and see if he can't help me make up some kind of internet petition to acquire enough signatures to put this recall law on the ballot and have it voted on.  You can't ignore the people forever and we are damn tired of being ignored.  If Matt Kibbe can't do it and you gentle readers out there know someone who can help with this, by all means, contact me and let me know.  I'd really like to get this started.

Thank you for reading and God bless you all!  :-)


  1. Oh how we need this. Just the threat of it would be good, I'm hoping.

    I wish we could have the straight party voting option removed from our ballots. Then maybe voters would have to Slow down and take the time to read the names of the candidates and maybe jog their memory, "oh yeah, this is the jerk that voted for ??? ...well i can't vote for him even if he is republican" I think this might be a start to??? I know lots of people who vote straight party and they ofcourse have no idea who or what they voted for....THAT, is part of how these same jerks keep getting re-elected.

    But the recall option, would certainly, or well, should certainly, make our politicians think more, about how their voting, (if they have that capability, "thinking"???)

  2. yep - get rid of the straight ticket and that would help a lot!

  3. Ugh! "they're voting" I'm tired, lol

  4. Well written and informative, Jen. I wasn't aware of the Bachmann and Rubio votes. And to think, I was prepared to bear his children.

  5. The recall amendment came up in our convention (Collin SD8) and the main argument against it was that having it is one step closer to democracy and a step away from a republic. Mob rule, that sort of thing. My guess is this is why Medina opposes it too.

  6. wouldn't you rather have the power to recall someone from their elected position if they violated their oath of office and the constitution? I don't understand HOW that could be a step away from a republic if it specifically gives power to the people that put them there to take them back out. Mob rule my butt, you would still need a majority in signatures to get it done. Besides, that's what they tell you to keep you from going after them becuase one day, it might be them that gets yanked out of office for taking bribes and kickbacks. I say let's move forward with it and see what the voters have to say about it.

  7. What specifically was their argument, by the way? What was the reasoning they used.