big government

Choose Your Poison

As a conservative, I guess, I find myself inclined to vote for Rick Perry, he seems to be advocating all the right things. In 1988 Rick Perry was a democrat, not just any democrat, but one that supported progressive Eco-freak Al Gore. Al Gore, a part of the disgusting anti-America apparatus, hell bent on extinguishing lives to grow gardens, that Al Gore. In 1989 Perry became a republican. How do you go from supporting a progressive lunatic like Al Gore's bid for the Presidency to a republican? Can progressives shift to different sides of the isle? Yes they can.

 

As a republican Perry also supported Clinton's health care plan, a very progressive endeavor. Then again he also supported tort reform to limit malpractice lawsuits and is an opponent of the income tax, markings of a republican?

2011 The Big Lie

 

We stare angrily at our television sets, frustrated by the choreographed dueling dance of our one party system. Although the actors execute the script light years above let's say pro wrestlers, they also require a much higher pay-grade. Whether our politicians chose to admit it or not they serve the same master, big government. This is discouraging, but even more disturbing is the fact that most Americans refuse to see it. It's all a big lie, at the end of the day these politicians take off their mask and hold hands. They honestly believe we are ignorant serfs. In the beginning of the American experiment, politicians believed so ardently in their causes that their blood would boil with disdain for their opponent.

The pseudo debt ceiling battle will be hauntingly reminiscent of the last stimulus raping. It will be rammed through with inconceivable fury, no time to look at the details, and in doing so it will spare the culpability for both so-called parties. In Washington there is no accountability, just bandits looting our wealth and crippling our society. Both republicans and democrats look at the populace merely as unenlightened cattle, as farming beast for profit and social engineering.

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