Tuesday, June 16, 2009

New Yorkers should Protest like Iranians

While Republicans and Democrats battle for power in the Great State of NY, Iranians are in the streets battling for their own rights.

Since I don't want to be arrested, like Murray Sabrin's pal Hal Turner, I'll word this carefully. New Yorkers, as in taxpayers and voters in NY, should be on the front steps of the state house in Albany and if/when their elected lawmakers decide to go to work, as they were elected to do, those New Yorkers, backed by their County Sheriff and State Police, should politely send those lawmakers home and refuse their services, or lack thereof while a new election for all new lawmakers is scheduled; no incumbents allowed.

It is a disgrace that these elected lawmakers, who are supposed to uphold the Constitution of the United States and that of NY, are too busy fighting over which party is in control that they cannot meet to cut taxes and unneeded government workers while they continue to cash their own paychecks and New Yorkers continue to pay outrageous taxes state wide.

If New Yorkers were to stand up and protest their sham government, would Obama and the national GOP get behind them the way they are backing the people of Iran?

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