"If at age 20 you are a conservative then you have no heart. If at age 30 you are a liberal then you have no brains."
Sir Winston Churchill

Obama obviously knows very little about economics, specifically that "Society stagnates when independent productive achievers begin to be socially demonized and even punished for their accomplishments." This dilemma fogs Obama's reality. To him, accepting this truth is a "false choice", his answer to things he doesn't understand. And by the way... where is John Galt?

Saturday, June 1, 2013


It is not the young people that degenerate; they are not spoiled till those of mature age are already sunk into corruption.”
Charles de Montesquieu

This week we have watched the country begin a convulsion as the mask of honest government is ripped away and we have to confront the terrible decisions that “we the people” have made. Years from now history will ask the question “What in the world were we thinking of when we first elected a man with no past to lead the world’s greatest democracy…and then after ample evidence he was not up to the job …we elected him again.
Were we so drunk on the promise of “ transcendent change” that we forsook even a reasonable inquiry of what that meant? Was it the glitter of his persona, so exotic and yet so perfect for this moment of delivery from the shackles of the dull conventions of a Constitution made suddenly obsolete? Did the demanding roar of “we can’t wait“, make us lose all our faculties for self preservation and all our values ?
Now we stand like a deer, in the headlights of an oncoming tragedy that will shape our lives and the history for our children in ways we never contemplated when we went to vote and the only question left to answer is will we do the right things to keep ourselves safe and free?

 Doing the right thing requires that we begin to believe what we see and what we read and what we hear so that we can make decisions based on facts and not on myths.
Barack Obama is the stuff of myth. The Barack Obama we elected twice is not real. He is the creation of people like George Soros and David Axelrod. He is the inevitable result of adopting the philosophy of Saul Alinsky and then asking central casting to send us the perfect candidate.
Our children, after being subjected to 40 years of myth making posing as philosophy, literature, history and economics in our schools are now sufficiently ignorant of the world they inhabit that they will follow whoever merely promises them protection from a reality they don’t understand but which they fear. Far too many know nothing of who we are as a nation and how we got here. Accordingly, we now have a fantasy government presiding over a body politic made puerile by political correctness.
The scandals enveloping this President have their origins in the rejection of both fact and truth and faith and honesty. The four and a half years of his reign have been a case study in how falsehood begets incompetence which begets corruption which begets tragedy.
Saul Alinsky, the political high priest for both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton once wrote that “Life is a corrupting process from the time a child learns to play his mother off against his father in the politics of when to go to bed; he who fears corruption fears life.”
This is so immoral on it’s face that it should send shivers up the spine of whoever reads or hears it. All our worst fears of the political process are wrapped up in this vile theorem. Good people flee from politics when they realize that those who embrace the darkness of power for powers sake have ascended the throne and mean to subjugate us and not lead us. Corruption is not a given. Corruption is not embedded in the rules of the game unless we allow it to be.
When we as a nation can begin to say with a growing voice that this is not acceptable and when we understand that our history has been studiously stolen from us as a strategy for our enslavement… then we will begin to regain our freedom from those who have historically always lain in wait like a man eater in the tall grass.
Jefferson once said “Our country is now taking so steady a course as to show by what road it will pass to destruction, to wit: by consolidation of power first, and then corruption, its necessary consequence.”
He, even back at the beginning of the nation understood the fragility of freedom because of the nature of men to take the wrong road due to their own shortcomings. We began as a nation that was supposed to govern ourselves due to an enlightened and educated populace held together by the acceptability of a commonly shared set of virtues. This was the liberty of truly free men and women.
When Benjamin Franklin… one of the few to be at both the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitutional Convention.., was asked by a woman who accosted him after the completion of the Constitution “What kind of Government have you given us Dr. Franklin?” he replied “A Republic Madame …if you can keep it!”
The question remains…can we?


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