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The Demos are coming,
the Demos are coming, so now what?
Tuesday, Welfare State Liberals out-number The GOP Culture of Corruption in
the U.S. Congress but since both parties’ moral epistemological premises are
the same, nothing will change.
Washington, DC – The
landslide replacement of the dominant Republican Party in our U.S. Congress
in Tuesday’s Elections was not a vote of whoop-tee-doo confidence for the
Welfare State Democrats. It was a public spanking of the GOP Culture of
Corruption. What for?
- For 15,000 Earmarks
costing billions of dollars for Porky the Pig deficit spending for special
- For the Jack
Abramoff “pay for play” scandal in which Congressmen, mostly Republican,
received huge payments for legislative votes.
- For not protecting
our borders from Mexico’s export of their socialist problem: 20 million
illegal aliens running across our southern border.
- For establishing a
democratic majority theocracy in Iraq instead of a limited constitutional
republic with a Bill of Rights to protect inherent individual freedoms.
- For establishing a
phony-baloney paper monetary system in Iraq backed by nothing but hot air
instead of gold, with a fractional reserve central banking system modeled
after America’s questionable private Federal Reserve System that is
currently hyper-inflating our M3 money supply so rapidly they’ve stopped
reporting it to the public or Congress.
- For establishing a
fascist economic system in Iraq – “a democracy of ‘tyranny by the
majority’” -- with corrupt Bureaus and Ministries controlling every
conceivable commodity and service one can think of, instead of creating a
system of private enterprise and free market capitalism.
Bush is sending our valiant young military men to their deaths in the Middle
East not to fight for the ideals of freedom and inherent individual rights
but to establish historian Alexis de Tocqueville’s definition of democracy,
“ the Tyranny of the Majority.” In this case, it’s for a theocratic tyranny
of the majority. A lot like what Bush’s Faith-based Theo-Cons are doing in
the U.S. And the Iraqis learn fast. Is it any wonder the Sunnis are trying
to out-vote, out-shoot, and out-kill their Shiite religious opponents when
George Bush’s Iraq war policy is to establish a mob-rule “democracy” instead
of a limited republic with individual rights?
While the U.S. left
Liberals are jumping up and down and cheering at their big victory in
yesterday’s general elections, tell us, Majority House Leader Nancy Pelosi,
what are your plans for the war in Iraq? For protecting our borders? For
curtailing the Fed Reserve’s hyper-inflation of our money supply which is
precipitating a market crash through the housing sector?
Yes, it was correct
to topple Saddam Hussein. It’s called self-defense. Yes, he did have WMDs
and moved them to Syria (see the Dulfar Report) before we bombed the crap
out of him. That’s why they weren’t sitting there in the middle of the
streets of Baghdad with labels that said, “Oh yoo-hoo, Americanos. Here are
But after removing
this threat to the free world, what the U.S. should have done was (1) pass
out copies of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights to the Iraqis, (2)
help set up the basis for free market capitalism including a gold-backed
currency, (3) orchestrate the distribution of privatized shares of Iraqi oil
stock to every man, woman, and child in Iraq to keep or sell, (4) help Iraq
set up their own system of self-defense (such as temporarily buying it from
private mercenaries who are already there working for the U.S. under private
defense contracts -- see article in last month’s WSJ for history of private
militaries) and then (5) GO HOME.
It is not
the function of the U.S. Military to play hide and seek forever in an Iraq
theocratic civil war which the Bush Administration stupidly set up vis a vis
“a democracy.” "Democratic majority rule" is exactly what the Iraqis
DON'T need for the same reasons that colonial America dumped the old
religious Articles of Confederation for a new U.S. Constitution and Bill of
Rights. What the Iraqis DO need is a
limited constitutional republic with inherent individual rights, including
separation of church and state, but I don’t see the
left Liberals offering this as a solution either.
So, Pelosi? ‘Sup,
girl friend? Whacha gonna do now in Iraq with no individual rights and no free
market principles, just like the GOP? – FM Duck
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