Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Welcome to the United Socialist Republic Of America
The voters have spoken. They’ve rejected the government our founding fathers gave us. Instead they have embraced Karl Marx and his followers Obama, Reid and Pelosi to lead us straight to Hell.
The cornerstone of Marxism is the redistribution of the wealth. The productive are punished and the unproductive are rewarded. That system has never worked and won’t work now.
John McCain was no prize and could not and did not rally the Conservatives. McCain disappointed us on everything from dealing with illegal immigration, the massive Socialist bailouts and even gun control. His campaign was beyond weak because his position was too similar to Obama’s.
Had it not been for the refreshing Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin, McCain’s support would have been minimal at best. Palin brought the only significant votes he got.
The American experiment seems to have run its course. We will have change all right beginning with the erosion of the freedom and liberty so many American’s cherished.
I don’t know what incentive people will have to invest in American businesses but after the bailouts nationalization of every major industry is next. Our Constitution may be offered up to a Constitutional Convention where the only rights that remain are collective tights.
Talk radio and the Internet are the next targets to control the information through the Fairness Doctrine’s next evolution. Free speech is very bad for political incumbent protection.
By the time four years of total domination by the Bolsheviks we just elected ends we may never be able to recapture what we once had.
Governments run in cycles as they embrace the concepts they once fought wars to protect their citizens from. I don’t really think McCain was going to take us in the right direction anyway.
For me George W Bush was an eight year disappointment along with the unnecessary Iraq War he brought us. Had we not gone to Iraq that country along with their rogue neighbor, Iran would have probably neutralized each other by now. Think of the savings to taxpayers.
Hope seems elusive right now but I can start to imagine the day Americans begin to flee to Mexico as we become the economic fugitive wetbacks of the future.