Washington (CNN) - Remember the 1994 "Contract with America" that propelled Republicans back into the majority of the House of Representatives with its author Newt Gingrich as their speaker?
Well, 16 years later, it's back to the future - the GOP is again drafting a blueprint designed to take back control of Congress. But this time, it is looking for authors everywhere, and if you want help write the 2010 GOP "Commitment to America," you can take out your iPhone or BlackBerry and point your browser to a new GOP website coming soon.
House Republicans are teaming up with what they call a "major U.S. software giant" to hold an interactive discussion with people wherever and whenever they want to talk, blog or tweet.
For the good of the Average Americans future, the CROOKED GOP should be banished from politics FOREVER.
The only "contract" the Republicans have ever had is a "Contract on America" – and the results have been devastating. We don't need any more Republican "contracts" or "commitments". The GOP can take its lies and corruption and shove it!
No matter what's on that list, there are two things we can expect GUARANTEED from any future GOP administration:
2) Tax cuts for the rich
Well 3 things if you include the resulting pain and misery.
America needs a slew of candidates for House, Senate and Executive Office that want one term and one term only. Their only goal is to go to Washington and root out the established network of corruption, oust the special interests that have commandeered our common sense government for self serving political correctness. The Constitution and Bill of Rights are quite clear, read it, live it, love it or leave it. If you want some form of Socialism or Nanny State, try Greece, they seem to be doing quite well at what they do!
REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER!
Take your committment and shove it up Uranus.
There is much that can help this party as long as they keep being the party of no and going against the president and they have Sarah compaigning for them with the hate and lies coming out of her mouth.
The GOP commitment to America from 201001 to 2009 was:
1) an illegal war that cost 5,000+ American soldiers their lives,
2) which was financed with more than 1 trillion dollars of taxpayer-funded deficit, so that
3) the GOP's corporate sponsors should make hundreds of billions of dollars in profit.
Add Hurricane Katrina, during which the GOP president deliberately let thousands die, and the Great Recession fo 2008, which almost collapse the entire country? I'll vote for anyone BUT the GOP.
They should Commit to step aside. Not to run for public office, return all donated funds with interest. Collect no Retirement Money from the Feds or States.
"Commitment to (1. white 2. Christian 3. old 4. connected w/ business) America"
Not worth the paper its written on! Get a clue we did not change our minds we voted! Just get out of the way you idiots in red!
What a joke! I quit the Republicans because they are always promising to reduce spending and the size of government. They get elected and they do the exact opposite. The Republicans and the Democrats both want Big Government to have control over the people so the people are dependent on the government.
This country was founded differently and we have a Constitution that says so, we need government to be under the control of the people not the plutocracy we have today.
I will never trust the Republican party as long as the Neo Conservatives control it.
Libertarians are the only true conservatives we need in Congress today.
I wonder if they will actually stick to it this time.
Just like the Purity Pledge, this will be an Epic FAIL....Commitment to America? Since when? All the GOP did, and continues to do, is weaken this nation.
GOP: Domestic Terrorists
Will they be honest this time and tell us up front what they intend to impeach the Democrat president with? It would be nice to know before the election this time.
It was phony the first time, it's worse now, we should know better . I just hope the American public has learned how shallow these jokers are .
...Here we go again. With another fake pomise. How, does that saying go. "Fool me once, it's on me. Fool me twice, I won't be fooled again". (something like that). Vote, republican, if you must. Don't let me be the one. Who said, I told you so.................................
If they had been commited to the people of the country when they had power, we wouldn't need to hear their lies now.
...Here we go again. With another fake promise. How, does that saying go. "Fool me once, it's on me. Fool me twice, I won't be fooled again". (something like that). Vote, republican, if you must. Don't let me be the one. Who said, I told you so.................................
Why bother? So they can break it like they broke the last one. Remember controlling the spending? Or how about the self-imposed term limits? Why don' they honor the first contract before coming up with a new marketing gimic. Enough with the gimics and ceaseless opposition to whatever the opposing party proposes. How about doing what's right for the country? I'm voting against ALL incumbnents and I'm supporting those like Charlie Crist who have the cajones to break from the two party system.
1. You have to be white as much as possible;
2. You must adhere to the policy of obstruction of progress;
3. You must be a full pledge liar and distortionist of truth;
4. You should allign to the Tea Party racist;
5. You must be supportive of the Wall Street and "Never Mind" the
6. You should think that "war" and invading nation is OK;
7. Party first before the people;
8. You must continue to believe in "Death Panels" and "Birthers"
You are now a full pledge "Republiban"....Thats all...
lol, hah hah hah, lol, lol, lol
GOP is a tremendous joke when they speak of commitment, ethics, morallity etc. Not the the dems are any better, they just are not the hypocrits the GOP is.
If it is anything like their idiotic "Contract on America" count me out.
Let me see:
If an idea or issue is to complicated to either fit on a bumper sticker or a t-shirt GOPers can't wrap thier brain around it.
Obvious re-tread of the failed "contract with america." Isn't there an original thinker in that entire bunch?
*Yawn* The GOP is so bereft of ideas they have to pull this retread gimmick out of their bag of tricks. Ever since the so-called "Contract With America" and the resulting Republican majority in Congress, they went on to break every one of those commitments as soon as they got into power. Why should voters think anything will be different this time around?