by Ron Holland
November 07, 2012
I'm certainly glad the election is finally over.
While I have loved politics my entire life, this presidential election has gone on for over three years, including the GOP primaries, and I've had my fill of meaningless slogans and counter-slogans, lies and counter-lies.
I had to quit watching political news the last
few weeks, as I thought I would become physically sick if I watched any more
establishment political "experts" give their required opinions and
We are programmed to cheer and act out
our sheep-like roles in partisan politics when, like the game, unless we
have money bet on the outcome the actual winner will have absolutely no
impact on our lives.
The bottom line is that voting percentages generate credibility for the failed American political system.
Note it now takes 71 cents to equal the purchasing power of a dime in 1966 - if you believe the false inflation statistics out of Washington.
Actually, I could buy a soft drink for a dime in
1966 whereas today it is closer to $1.50. Check house prices even with the
pullback or college tuition if you want an accurate inflation estimate.
The two main US political parties promote nearly identical policies; nothing will change from earlier Bush and Clinton administration policies. Of course, there will be a burst of optimism from Democrats and the usual rallying cries for everybody to come together to meet the challenges of the moment.
This is just the usual garbage fed to the voting
public after every presidential election.
Real, productive citizens can only look to their
government representatives to solve minor bureaucratic issues on lost
checks, eligibility for this program or that or to listen only to
their complaints and agenda.
This is the only way they can be reelected.
Democracy is mob rule and the 47 percent, although with the best of intentions, are still only a mob out to get what they can from others who have earned or produced the wealth in the private sector.
Still, there is a positive outcome with this depressing statistic.
And so over the next four years the people will be provoked and buy more guns they will never have the courage to use to defend themselves against an all-powerful government.
The GOP will raise more money using faux social issues and an agenda they never really have any interest in standing up for.
Obama will be painted as an evil, Muslim-born in
God-knows-where socialist when in actuality he has no more power than
Romney would have had to restore the America we loved and respected.
In the meantime, austerity measures will dramatically increase, benefits and promises will be lost by the poor and remaining middle class citizens who really need them and taxes will rise, as will the risk of gold and wealth confiscation. Obama will be blamed, just as Romney would have been blamed had he been elected president, for this is how our regulatory/debt democracy works today in the 21st century.
A failed system of central bank control leading
a failed economy, a failing currency and a controlled system totally
divorced from control or limitation by the citizens of America.
One that is responsible to the people and ultimately controlled by the voters with the iron-clad political tools of initiative and referendum like exists in Switzerland today, where voters have the right to reject legislation and laws or enact laws outside the power of controlled legislative, judiciary and executive branches of government.
Until we return to the Articles of
Confederation, America and our liberties are doomed to extinction by the
hidden control of international banking and economic elites.
Time is not running out; it ran out long ago, and voting for either party or most candidates is just an exercise in futility supporting the corrupt system that rules over you.
We are serfs and mere subjects to a system and
few understand or even recognize the control over us.
You can bet your worthless vote that new Republican Party rules at the 2012 GOP convention and at the state level in the future will control any viable opposition candidates.
The only current outlets for alternative
political action are in doomed-to-fail third-party activities that are
little more than allowed but controlled political opposition.
We must work to remove the system in place and
restore the limited government of our founding fathers, for they had devised
a system that would work well today with our ease of transportation and
The American people must work peacefully to restore the Articles of Confederation now or else suffer the permanent consequences of the fall of America.
- George Carlin -
just the same beast with many heads...