October 9, 2014NewsWithViews.com
Republican hacks are famous for promoting the “lesser of two evils” mantra.
The idea goes something like this, “No matter how bad or evil a Republican candidate might be, the Democrat candidate is always worse, therefore, in order to keep the worse candidate out of office, meaning the Democrat, one must vote for the “lesser of two evils,” meaning the Republican candidate.
Obviously, the only way one can buy that philosophy is he or she must accept the premise that the Democrat candidate is ALWAYS worse than the Republican candidate; however, this premise only makes sense in the smoke-filled back rooms of Republican Machiavellians such as Karl Rove and John Boehner–and in the closed and shackled minds of their slavish GOP robots.
The idea that the Republican Party is a “good” party and the Democrat Party is a “bad” party is just so much horse manure. The fact is that BOTH major parties in Washington, D.C., have routinely turned their backs on the American people, the Bill of Rights, individual liberties, State sovereignty, and constitutional governance for most of the last half-century.
And when it comes to building a universal Warfare State abroad and a ubiquitous Police State at home, the Republican Party in Washington, D.C., is far, far worse.For example, the American people lost far more liberties under President G.W. Bush a Republican than we have under President Barack Obama a Democrat. Bush gave us the Patriot Act,
Yes, these egregiously tyrannical acts continue under Obama, but he is simply………MORE!!!!!!!!!
By Jerry A. Kane
Thursday, October 2, 2014Elbert Guillory’s Free
At Last PAC has released a powerful ad criticizing Democrat senator Mary Landrieu for her failure to help black people in Louisiana. “Since 1996 [when Landrieu took office], black unemployment has doubled and the poverty rate for blacks has skyrocketed.”—
Elbert Guillory, Louisiana state senatorGuillory, a longtime Democrat who switched to the Republican Party last year, is urging black voters to stop voting for politicians like Landrieu who care more about staying in power than they do about helping them.
Will Harry Reid Steal the Coming Elections?thenewamerican.com ^ | 9/23/14 | Chip WoodPosted on 9/24/2014, 8:18:08 AM by cotton1706
Hillary Will Be Alinsky’s Third TermFront Page Magazine ^ | September 23, 2014 | Daniel GreenfieldPosted on 9/23/2014, 1:22:46 AM by george76
Would This Headline Shock You:
ELECTIONS POSTPONED ………INDEFINITELY
September 16, 2014 ^ | KarlPosted on 9/18/2014, 11:03:39 AM by HammerT
Or are you now just rolling with the punches?Catherine the Great Karl’s better half is a student of history too. And she recalls from her studies of the Spanish Flu that elections were postponed during that outbreak.The November 2014 elections, only 49 days away, are cautiously predicted to be a Republican blow-out.
Communists in Congress? Just count ‘em….. “In both volumes, Loudon has proved himself to be among the foremost experts in the world investigating and reporting the penetration of communists, socialists and the current group of “progressives” affiliated with Democratic Party politics who portray themselves as liberals. In his 2011 book, Loudon presented documented evidence that Barack Obama’s rise in politics was not an accident, but a conscious, decade-long effort by the radical left to promote a candidate with African roots. “
Communists in Congress? Just count ‘emhttp://www.wnd.com ^ | 08/18/13 | Jerome R. CorsiPosted on 9/1/2014, 10:25:13 AM by kindred
In both volumes, Loudon has proved himself to be among the foremost experts in the world investigating and reporting the penetration of communists, socialists and the current group of “progressives” affiliated with Democratic Party politics who portray themselves as liberals.
In his 2011 book, Loudon presented
documented evidence that Barack Obama’s rise in politics was not an accident, but a conscious, decade-long effort by the radical left to promote a candidate with African roots.
Sowell: Random Thoughts
Creators Syndicate ^ | August 19, 2014 | Thomas SowellPosted on 8/18/2014, 5:03:22 PM by jazusamo
Random thoughts on the passing scene:
I don’t know why we are spending our hard-earned money paying taxes to support a criminal justice system, when issues of guilt and innocence are being determined on television — and even punishment is being meted out by CNN’s showing the home and address of the policeman accused in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting.