Sunday, February 11, 2007


Generally an all-encompassing term which I don't like, but these are our roots:

It took a long time for Samuel Adams to come to the surface of Boston politics, even though his father was a powerful figure in the caucuses and the General Court. One reason for the delayed "arrival" is that Adams is almost alone in history as a man who sincerely desired anonymity.


Sam Adams, Tom Paine, Ben Franklin, the original 'pamphleteers' were the ones who laid the groundwork for what we do now. We owe it to them, and their memory, to be the 'voices of the people' in the face of a corrupt White House and media. We owe it to them to see our King George out of Washington. And we owe it to them to keep on the government and force them to walk the straight and narrow, regardless of which party is in power.

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