The Power of the Housewife Vote


Until Sarah Palin’s run for Vice President the housewife was considered ‘a joke’ in the political arena. Now the media and the public see the power of the ‘soccer/hockey mom.’ And we are not going to take what is going on in America anymore. It’s the moms, the mother, the mamma bear, who is going to save the family, and save this country, for the sake of her babies.

It is the housewives who hold more than 90% of the household spending power.

Let’s show corporate and political America who is really running the show. And it’s us ladies.

Are you in?

Sign up here to join the Housewife Army as we march on Capitol Hill

Be an organizer in your area

Have a Housewife Army coffee Klatch in your town

Email this letter to every housewife you know

Our housewife hit list – companies not doing the right thing and we will not support them

What we want!

To shut our borders
We cannot afford to pay for illegals

Bring back our companies
We must manufacture and put our men to work

Fix our schools, food, air, roads,
Our children need to learn, eat good food, breathe fresh air, and we moms need to drive on safe roads

Get the smut out of the media
We want the airwaves cleaned up

Severe punishment for people who hurt children
We must better protect our babies from pedophiles

Severe punishment for men who hurt women
We must enact a family protection act to help wives defend themselves from abusive husbands

Help for families in need
WIC, welfare, and food stamps must remain as an emergency program for mothers and children

Power for the parent
We do not want to be forced to vaccinate our children

Healthcare!
We need affordable care that is not controlled by the pharmaceuticals and insurance companies




Join Darla every week on her nationally syndicated radio show and help her defend the home front.

Join us to:

Save our families
Save the American Dream

Our Morals
Our Values
Our Tradition

It is all in jeopardy

Our husbands are losing their jobs
Our children cannot play safely in the streets

Our food is toxic
Our borders are open
Our way of life is diminishing

Our representatives are not representing us!

We are not going to take it!

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Current Housewife Army Members:


Sandra C ~ New Jersey

Phyllis R ~ Florida

Fern D ~ Florida

Laura T ~ Washington

Inez H ~ Tennessee

Michaela D ~ Texas

Annette O ~ Michigan

Maria G ~ Washington

Mary M ~ Washington

Jane S ~ Georgia

Christina A ~ Indiana

Jana C ~ Alabama

Kathleen M ~ USA

Kelly P ~ Virginia

Sayra S ~ New Mexico

Lisa H ~ Utah

Raquel M ~ New York

Jeanie P ~ Tennessee

Mary Beth S ~ Kentucky

David S ~ USA

Andrea D ~ Texas

Samantha R ~ USA

 

Comments (18)

  1. Rhonda wrote::

    Is it time for the wives and moms of America stand up and fight! We cannot let our families suffer… we cannot stand by and let our way of life be compromised and continue to slide into such despair!

    Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 10:10 am #
  2. Ken Hoagland wrote::

    The Achilles Heel of Our Democracy?

    The most compelling virtue of the FairTax, the national retail sales tax designed to replace the income tax system, may be that it turns every consumer in the United States into a stakeholder who will finally pressure politicians to limit spending.

    Advocates for the legislation–which Washington loves to hate–rail against the destructive effects and unfair application of the income tax system. They point to trillions of dollars of private investment that are expected to flow into the United States with elimination of corporate and capital gains taxes. They love the idea of illegal immigrants and the entire underground economy joining the tax base. And they like the idea of a simple, visible tax on consumption that makes April 15th just another day and which frees desperately needed economic activity from the destructive effects of taxes.

    But it is the medicine for the Achilles Heel of our democracy that may prove the most compelling strength of the FairTax. Thomas Jefferson and others warned that when, in a democracy, the public discovers that it can vote itself wealth from the public treasury, self-government may destroy the economic foundation of the nation. Many would argue that cynically ambitious candidates and elected officials have been buying votes with the public treasury for years.

    Under the FairTax, every retail purchase of new goods and services is subject to federal taxation. The tax paid at the cash register is visible, unlike taxes that are now hidden in payroll withholding and embedded within the price of goods and services. If, for example, our leaders decide that colonization of the moon requires increasing the tax rate from the proposed 23% to 25% on all purchases, every consumer might want a word about that. Today, by contrast, massive spending for entitlements, stimulus projects, pet projects and every other government program seem like “free money” to a lot of voters. One need only look at the courting of the powerful senior citizen’s block of voters, or the growth of “earmarks” to understand the siren song of such promises both to elected officials and to the body politic.

    The effect is destructive as politicians from both parties have taken us down a path of unsustainable spending. Some economists, like Larry Kotlikoff of Boston University, cite current and obligated future government debt at the local, state and federal level as so large that it threatens the “full faith and credit” of the United States. Others wonder if we are approaching the point when foreign creditors no longer believe that we can ever satisfy such debt—the definition of national bankruptcy.

    Our collective answer to such worries has been to spend more by borrowing more from foreign creditors—both to assuage public fears and to address real problems. We are now spending the earnings of our children and grandchildren on both the challenges of a modern society and the politically popular wishes of entrenched interest groups across the political spectrum. The other answer from national leaders has been to collect less by legislating tax cuts. If we were not already in such deep debt, the debate between the two sides might make sense and a rational middle ground might be achieved. But with more than $11 trillion of national debt and another $40-60 trillion of debt at the state and local level, this argument begins to look a lot like ideologues endlessly arguing over whether to bake bread or grow wheat while standing in the middle of a long-parched desert.

    Last year we borrowed about $160 billion from foreign lenders to send stimulus checks to taxpayers to spark consumption here. In the months leading up to April 15th, however, Americans paradoxically spent an estimated $300 billion on tax preparation costs. The FairTax eliminates those costs, spurs $10-15 trillion of private investment into our economy and makes clear to every American that every promise is paid for with the earning of ourselves, our children and their children.

    In this, the FairTax may prove not to just be a better national tax system but the best way to save both our economy and our democracy.

    By Ken Hoagland

    Ken Hoagland is the national communication director of FairTax.org, the national grassroots campaign to win enactment of the FairTax.

    Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 11:02 am #
  3. Jason"On The Phones" wrote::

    Jason here everyone! I think this is a wonderful idea. Rhonda has the right idea. We all need to stand up and fight to take OUR country back! Get the word out and tell everyone you know about this movement!

    Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 11:44 am #
  4. Michele O'Brien wrote::

    I’m in! Sign me up! What can I do? I am so fed up with our so-called “leaders” and their inability to do anything but kowtow to special interest groups. All because they are so afraid of losing a vote by offending some person or group! I’m ready to march to Washington!!!

    Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 12:44 pm #
  5. Valrie Lipka wrote::

    I consider myself to be a volunteer soldier enlisting as a concerned citizen for the future well being of our country, its citizens and the generations yet to come. We have a daunting task, but we are up for the challenge. Citizens united and strong we stand, as we Pledge Allegiance to the Flag and fight bravely to win back our land!

    Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 4:57 pm #
  6. Shelly wrote::

    I’ve been very involved locally regarding some issues our school district having. It’s been a real fight. I’ve learned a lot along the way. I discovered that I can be a force to be reckoned with. The powers that be are constantly being dismissive, I feel, because I’m “just a housewife”. I’m sick of it! We need some type of orgnization to rally to. We are intelligent, articulate, and a powerhouse politically, but we have no central base with which to work from. I’ve only recently become aware of this “housewife army” and I’m ready to roll! I’ve already been fighting for the children and taxpayers in my community and I want my voice heard on a wider scale. Let’s show our leaders the direction our nation needs to be heading in!

    Monday, March 2, 2009 at 9:44 am #
  7. Valrie Lipka wrote::

    A mustard seed is very tiny seed which when it is sown in the Earth, is less than all the seeds that be in the Earth. But when it is sown, it grows up, and becomes greater than all herbs, and shoots out great branches; so that the fowls of the air may lodge under the shadow of it.
    Housewife Army is that mustard seed.

    Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 3:21 pm #
  8. Reva Fredericksen wrote::

    I’m so excited this morning. FINALLY there is someone leading efforts to do something about the situation in our beloved country. You are expressing my feelings exactly! I agree, agree AGREE with your objectives on the website!! Let’s git ‘er done!

    Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 7:22 am #
  9. Tabatha wrote::

    We do need to stand up for what we believe in and its about time stay at home moms got their voice back! We wouldn’t stand idly by if our kids were being bullied at school by fellow students or teachers so why must we stay quiet now!? I wish there was more I could do but I will definitely keep my eyes and ears open. And speaking of vaccines, they are close to finding a cure for the common cold so its only a matter of time before our childrens immune systems are knocked down even more by the schools requiring this as a vaccine!

    Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 8:33 am #
  10. Julia wrote::

    Hey, everyone read the article found at
    http://www.usnews.com/blogs/heart-to-heart/2009/01/02/mothers-are-key-to-preventive-health.html – Dr. Bernadine Healy knows the importance of Moms when it comes to health care!

    Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 4:18 pm #
  11. Bruce Lohman wrote::

    The only ones left to save this Country from these weak ,little liberals are the women of this Country. We are the shining like for the world, as God intended

    Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 4:25 pm #
  12. Concerned wrote::

    If you are unhappy with healthcare controlled by insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies, why do you think the federal government will be any better?

    How well do they run anything? How well do they run the Veterans’ healthcare? How well have they run Social Security? Medicare and Medicaid? These programs are all a mess and/or going bankrupt. Our federal government is going bankrupt as it is. (Google David Walker Peterson Foundation for discussions of our $45 Trillion of unfunded current obligations.) It is a pipe dream to assume that if the federal government just took over our healthcare system that suddenly all our problems would be solved. If you doubt this, please carefully investigate healthcare in other countries where it has been socialized such as Canada and the United Kingdom. Healthcare that is socialized is rationed. Fewer people will get quality and timely care than do under our current system. Please do not let your current frustration lead us all to an untenable solution.

    Monday, March 9, 2009 at 9:50 am #
  13. Darla Shine wrote::

    ‘Concerned’ I am not asking the government to take over healthcare. I am saying I want to demand that they force the insurance companies and pharmaceuticals out of controlling healthcare. Everyone is talking about socialized healthcare. As far as I see it it already is socalized and controlled by the insurance companies and drug companies.

    Monday, March 9, 2009 at 6:07 pm #
  14. Mary Murray wrote::

    Thank you Darla for your leadership! We need to stand together and save our country. We need to have a say about how our government is handleing the taxpayers money. We need to close our boarders. Will our government even listen to us? We are loseing our freedom, we are opening the doors for another terrerist attack and we have lost control of the government for the people!

    Sunday, March 15, 2009 at 4:38 pm #
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