A Tea Bag

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WestBow Press, 2012 - Religion - 116 pages
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This book is very controversial, since it is based upon Tea Party beliefs. Do not read it if you have a weak heart. It contains only staunch beliefs on how to set the American government back on the path of liberty and freedom for citizens.

It ranges through several amendments to the Constitution, covering everything from homosexual unions to government spending. It includes three prophetic dreams from God and reveals how progressive socialism is killing our rights and freedoms with our approval.

This is a hard-hitting, no-holds-barred style of writing. It contains no jargon or legalese; it is written in plain, simple, down-to-earth English for all to understand. Perhaps Congress should take lessons in this style of writing.

 

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I read this book in only 2 sittings, which is unusual for me. I found it a very interesting and thought provoking book. I agreed with 99% of the statements in the book.
Our government needs a major
overhaul as we are headed in a dangerous direction.
I recomend everyone read this book, pray about how you can work towards saving our nation, and spread the word and just as important, go to the polls in November and vote for a real change
 

Contents

A Dream
1
Socialism
6
Legalizing Amendments
11
Amendment XXVIII
16
Amendment XXIX
18
Amendment XXX
20
Amendment XXXI
21
Amendment XXXII
23
Amendment LVIII
61
Amendment LIX
62
Amendment LX
63
Amendment LXI
65
Amendment LXII
66
Amendment LXIII
67
Amendment LXIV
68
Amendment LXV
69

Amendment XXXIII
25
Amendment XXXIV
26
Amendment XXXV
27
Amendment XXXVI
28
Amendment XXXVII
29
Amendment XXXVIII
31
Amendment XXXIX
33
Amendment XL
34
Amendment XLI
36
Amendment XLII
38
Amendment XLIII
39
Amendment XLIV
40
Amendment XLV
42
Amendment XLVI
43
Amendment XLVII
44
Amendment XLVIII
46
Amendment XLIX
47
Amendment L
49
Amendment LI
50
Amendment LII
51
Amendment LIII
52
Amendment LIV
53
Amendment LV
55
Amendment LVI
58
Amendment LVII
59
Amendment LXVI
70
Amendment LXVII
71
Amendment LXVIII
73
Amendment LXIX
74
Amendment LXX
75
Amendment LXXI
76
Amendment LXXII
78
Amendment LXXIII
79
Amendment LXXIV
80
Amendment LXXV
81
Amendment LXXVI
83
Amendment LXXVII
85
Amendment LXXVIII
88
Amendment LXXIX
89
Amendment LXXX
90
Amendment LXXXI
91
Amendment LXXXII
92
Amendment LXXXIII
93
Amendment LXXXIV
95
Amendment LXXXV
97
Amendment LXXXVI
99
Amendment LXXXVII
100
A Second Dream
101
Conclusion
104
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Mr. Casto served in Vietnam in 1970. He graduated from Fairmont State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in technology. He was a quality engineer on the A-10 Thunderbolt (Warthog), F-14, AWACS, and Department of Energy intelligence-gathering satellites. He then worked on the KY-65 and KG-84 cryptographic telephonic equipment and on the Single Channel Objective Tactical Terminal (SCOTT) for satellite communications. Next he worked on simulator for C-5 Aircraft and M-1A Abram tank. Then came the Electronic Warfare Land Based Vehicles and Automatic Fire Sensing and Suppression System (AFSSS). He moved to the Air Force Satellite Intelligence Gathering and Imagining Systems. After 9/11, he then took a government position on the Iraq Survey Team, looking for weapons of mass destruction. Mr. Casto has been awarded several medals and commendations for his service to the country. He is a member of Epsilon Pi Tau, International Honors Fraternity for Achievements in Technology. Mr. Casto is married and lives with his wife, two mastiff s, and a St. Bernard.

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