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Job Offer: U.S. President.
No Need For Birth Certificate; You’re Love of Liberty is the Best Resume’
By Lisa Richards
March 2, 2010
According to the U.S. Constitution, foreign born Americans cannot become president, but in the case of Daniel Hannan, I would definitely make an exception to the Constitution Rule.
I’m sure “birthers” reading this are screaming “wake up, we have a foreign born president!” Since Barry Obama refuses to show the original hard copy birth certificate, I cannot prove where the Messiah of Marxism was born, but it definitely was not a stable.
Obama’s birthplace is the least of our problems, his Marxist-style policies are what America should truly worry about. So enough on that; let’s move on to a man I consider a true patriot: Britain’s conservative Member of Parliament and the man who started Britain’s first Tea Party: Daniel Hannan.
On April 13, 2009, Daniel Hannon told Fox News’s Sean Hannity he considers himself “[A] friend of this [America] country and I wish it well…because…what’s bad for America is bad for Britain and bad for the free world.”
Hannan further stated “[T]he American state is expanding so much because of the stimulus and the bailouts and the nationalizations…” Hannon believes this type of policy is dangerous, not only to America, but to the UK and the rest of the world, because, it collapses economies.
Hannon sees America and the UK becoming “impoverished,” without any credit if both countries continue down the path of big government control. Hannon said once a country becomes socialist, it is difficult to turn things around back to the free-market system. “How amazing to me that a free [American] people…citizens of a country founded on the principle of independence, independence for the citizen as well as independence for the state, should be contemplating…burdening themselves with a system like this [socialism], which puts the power of life and death in a state bureaucracy.”
As to power, Hannon told Hannity: “I’m an elected legislator…And no politician can ever afford to forget what his constituents think about things.”
Can we trade Obama for Hannan?
Daniel Hannon believes in liberty, tax-cuts, private property ownership, and small government; this guy is not a socialist; he is against collectivism that has controlled his country for decades, driving the UK into the grave from the welfare cradle.
Hannon is a conservative ala’ Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher; Great Britain’s Tea Party guy just may be Great Britain’s Ronald Reagan.
We Americans somehow have the dumber version of Neville Chamberlain.
Last week Hannon sent out a notice to all Brits in London’s Telegraph: “Labour has raised more than a trillion pounds in additional taxation since 1997. Yet, unbelievably, Gordon Brown has still managed to run up a deficit of 12.6 per cent of GDP (Greece’s is 12.7 per cent). A far lower level of taxation brought Americans out in spontaneous protest last year. If you happen to be coming to the Conservative Spring Conference, do please pop in: the Tea Party is five minutes’ walk from the conference venue. It is, however, outside the security zone, and anyone is welcome to come. Oh, and this being England, we’ll be serving actual, you know, tea.”
The British showed up, in the pouring rain, protesting their socialist government taking their rights to live free without government interference they have allowed for too long. Now Britain is fighting back against what American liberals want: socialism.
Who would have thought the British would scream The British Are Coming!
Daniel darling, if you ever want to leave Great Britain, we Yanks would love to have a president who believes in liberty and keeping government out of our lives. We haven’t seen that since Ronald Reagan. America truly misses having a real man in the Oval Office versus the petticoats in man’s drag we’ve had for 22 years.
American liberals are in a tizzy over the fact a British MP would be so brazen as to abhor taxes and government healthcare. The Huffington Post huffed in horror: “The Brighton Tea Party,” as the event is known, is backed by the Freedom Association, a libertarian group that counts Hannan as a member. The American Tea Party movement has sent out an email promoting the British Tea Party...In addition to being anti-tax and a vocal Eurospectic, Hannan is also well known for his outspoken criticism of publicly funded health care. Last summer he appeared on Fox News to bash proposals to fix the US health care system as well as rail against Britain’s health services.” Huffington Post further declared with appall: “In an interview with EUObserver…Hannan said he believes the Tea Party movement could have ‘enormous resonance across the EU.’”
Hannon said the EU and Great Britain “has taxation without representation,” unlike the U.S., who broke away from monarchy, declaring “No taxation without representation,” because Americans demand each state have legislature representing people’s choices.
The liberals at Huff find Hannon repulsive for his wanting Brits to have American-style liberty. I personally would love to have a president with a Teleprompter that has that view.
On February 10, 2010, Hannon wrote in the Telegraph; “Some of my US readers believe that anti-tax rebellions are an American specialty, but we’ve had plenty of them in this country, from the Poll Tax Riots of 1381 (the Peasants’ Revolt) to the Poll Tax Riots of 1990… [before the American War of Independence] the Seven Years War had pushed taxes up to 25 shillings a year for the average Englishman…and MPs were determined to export part of that cost to North America…Britain…has all the conditions necessary for a popular anti-tax movement. Not only are levies high and rising; they are being imposed by rulers over whom we have no control. We need our own Tea Party Movement. Who will help me run one?”
America is fortunate to have leaders supporting the Tea Party movement: Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Tom Tancredo, Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, and others lending their voices and fight for liberty.
Marching against government control over American lives has led to conservatives rising up, answering to the call of leadership. These men and women want the Constitution preserved and America restored, not changed. Their courage is spreading across the nation and Atlantic. America now has a Tea Party ally in Great Britain and MP Daniel Hannon: “I’m actually quite optimistic…this is a country [America] founded in the principle of small government, big individual…constrained power and free citizens…the idea that this, of all countries, could put into the power of a state bureaucracy decisions over what kind of medical treatment you get, literally whether you can live or die, is deeply un-American.”
Gordon Brown, if I were you, I would resign now. Great Britain has just dumped you and your liberal Labour policies in the Thames.
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