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Stand Up America, US

The Stand Up America US project was founded in 2005 by MG Paul E. Vallely, US Army (Ret), as a multi-media organization We are Standing Up for America and its proud traditions and values. Protect our Constitution.

Website: http://www.Standupamericaus.com
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Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2010

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Are we getting ready for 2012 in Maryland? 1 Reply

Started by jackie A md. Activist. Last reply by David Wallace Dec 3, 2010.

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Comment by June Koontz on July 19, 2009 at 1:25pm
Enjoy your radio show when I am home. Keep up the good work. We need all the bodies you can enlist.
Comment by jackie A md. Activist on July 19, 2009 at 2:27pm
Good luck and let us know what we can do to help.
Comment by Gary Michael Adler on July 29, 2009 at 8:19am
Dave,

You connected with Gary Aminoff in So-Cal?

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Obama: 'I'm eager to get to work'

President Obama's weekly remarks

Hi, everybody. This week, in my State of the Union Address, I talked about what we can do to make sure middle-class economics helps more Americans get ahead in the new economy.

See, after some tough years, and thanks to some tough decisions we made, our economy is creating jobs at the fastest pace since 1999. Our deficits are shrinking. Our energy production is booming. Our troops are coming home. Thanks to the hard work and resilience of Americans like you, we've risen from recession freer to write our own future than any other nation on Earth.

Now we have to choose what we want that future to look like. Will we accept an economy where only a few of us do spectacularly well? Or will we commit ourselves to an economy that generates rising incomes and rising chances for everyone who makes the effort?

I believe the choice is clear. Today, thanks to a growing economy, the recovery is touching more and more lives. Wages are finally starting to rise again. Let's keep that going -- let's do more to restore the link between hard work and growing opportunity for every American.

That's what middle-class economics is -- the idea that this country does best when everyone gets their fair shot, everyone does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same set of rules.

Middle-class economics means helping workers feel more secure in a world of constant change -- making it easier to afford childcare, college, paid leave, health care, a home, and retirement.

Middle-class economics means doing more to help Americans upgrade their skills through opportunities like apprenticeships and two years of free community college, so we can keep earning higher wages down the road.

Middle-class economics means building the most competitive economy in the world, by building the best infrastructure, opening new markets so we can sell our products around the world, and investing in research -- so that businesses keep creating good jobs right here.

And we can afford to do these things by closing loopholes in our tax code that stack the decks for special interests and the super-rich, and against responsible companies and the middle class.

This is where we have to go if we're going to succeed in the new economy. I know that there are Republicans in Congress who disagree with my approach, and I look forward to hearing their ideas for how we can pay for what the middle class needs to grow. But what we can't do is simply pretend that things like child care or college aren't important, or pretend there's nothing we can do to help middle class families get ahead.

Because we've got work to do. As a country, we have made it through some hard times. But we've laid a new foundation. We've got a new future to write. And I'm eager to get to work. Thanks, and have a great weekend. ####

Previous weekly remarks from both parties are available here.

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GOP: After 2,300 days of Obama indecision, it's time to act on Keystone

Sen. Lisa Murkowski gives the Republican Party's Weekly Remarks

Hello. I'm Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. This past week, President Obama, in his State of the Union address, laid out his plans for America. And as part of his speech, he called on Congress to pass an infrastructure bill that will create jobs and make our nation stronger for decades to come.

I welcomed that message, and the fact is, we've already started. For over two weeks now, the Senate has been working hard on a bipartisan bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. This important infrastructure project will support thousands of jobs. It would carry both American and Canadian oil, in the cleanest and safest way, and help keep energy affordable for American families. (Scroll down for video of these remarks.)

After more than 2,300 days of presidential indecision, it's important for us to act. The world is watching to see whether the United States is willing to lead as a global energy superpower that respects its neighbors, trades with its allies, and builds needed infrastructure. I believe we are ready for that role -- and our leadership can start with the approval of Keystone XL.

The new Republican congress you elected has only been in office a few weeks now, but already we've made important strides towards making congress function again and getting Washington back to work.

We're fulfilling the promises made in the recent elections, and............

ObamaCare: Exhibit A In The Case For Dynamic Scoring

ObamaCare's dynamic analysis didn't happen until after the fact. But if the bombshell that the law would cut the equivalent of 2.5 million full-time workers had dropped during the legislative debate, it would have been an eye-opener, to say the least. House Republicans now are instructing the Congressional Budget Office and the tax-bill scoring Joint Committee on Taxation to dynamically score major legislation. ObamaCare offers a

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