Republicans put faith in the George W. Bush security system, to which we are told we owe our livelihoods, and which has brought with it a knack for creating terrorists much faster than Osama Bin Laden ever could. Democrats put faith in the welfare state, believing that ever-increasing transfer payments will end poverty in the United States, when they in fact have the opposite effect, and moreover cannot be implemented without coercive tactics hostile to liberty. Who can Americans trust now? Will we have faith in OBAMA or MCCAIN? CLINTON or BUSH? KARL MARX, BENITO MUSSOLINI, or–dare I say–ADOLF HITLER? Faith in socialism? Faith in authoritarianism? Faith in statism? Faith in fascism? Faith in the Department of Homeland Security? Faith in marshal law? Faith in tribunals and secret prisons? Faith in pharmaceutical companies? Faith in media conglomerates? Faith in the god-forsaken banks? Faith in the tired policies that–even when their aims seem good–resolve eventually to make our lives ever-more riven with fear, submission, and misery? Who the HELL are We the People, and what in God’s name has happened to our country?
What happened to the America that had faith in the American people? That America which required its citizens to act–not out of fear, submission, charity, or despair–but out of their own best interest? Where are you now, our beloved country? ‘Tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, we sing, but after much searching, we cannot find you.
The dissenting votes in Washington are disappearing. Democrats and Republicans squabble with each other, but at the end of the day, they compromise under the pretenses of security and social welfare, and both parties get their ways at the expense of liberty. Both have become socialistic and monopolistic, and merely try to deflect public funds in slightly different directions, and deflect the minds of America as well. Democrats and Republicans should be considered as one–they are the Republicrats, and they are the enemy of everything good naturally provided to America.
By nature, by divine will, we were given freedom. We were given the chance at something improbable, a fresh slate of freedom, with free markets, liberty and justice, and thousands of miles of oceans between ourselves and our enemies, and we even made it more free in certain ways, but now the REPUBLICRATS are taking it all away, under the guidance of their corporate candidacy-makers.
The corporate interests support both political parties, and get paid regardless of which party is in control. The traditional political battleground setting Democrat against Republican, has become a smoke screen for advancing socialistic corporatism. There is a symbiotic relationship between the Republicrats and corporations that is too glaring not to be seen, too absurd not to be laughed at, too powerful not to be feared, and such as could only have been made by those, whose understandings were darkened by the narrow and crabby spirit of a despairing political party. The Republicrats, funded heavily by corporate interests, carry on petty battles of lip-service to their constituents, while always increasing the average American’s reliance on government, and the ever-growing federal budget is dedicated to the profits of interested corporations, whose lobbyists actually write and carry out the legislation.
The difference between the citizens and the corporations, with respect to government, is that citizens blame government, believing it to be something, but the corporations laugh at government, knowing it to be nothing at all. The United States has a two-party system made up of Democrats and Republicans who, though they are opposed, are still united to keep up the common corporatist mystery. The Democrat despises the Republican, and visa versa, and each prescribes predictable remedies for the symptoms of America’s illnesses, but they are mad scientists. They prolong the disease to test their increasingly damaging medications until our system fails, and though the REPUBLICRATS are well-aware of it, neither dares to even mention the cure, which the American deserves. America will no longer be denied the simple cure to this illness. Give us liberty. Give us the Constitution. Give us the old way of free enterprise, free markets, freedom to succeed, freedom to fail, freedom to learn, freedom to save, freedom to spend, freedom to give, freedom to grow, freedom to pray, and freedom to sell our labor, goods, or services at a marketable price, without forfeiting nearly half of our earnings to be spent spreading murder, hatred, misery, submission, and despair here and around the globe.
The Constitution, the REPUBLICRATS claim, is antiquated. Americans focus not on whether a thing is old or new, but whether it is right or wrong, and Americans are sure of one thing: the REPUBLICRATS must go!
I am going to start a new political party, the Free Revolution Party (FR), in Tennessee. The Free Revolution is America. We stand for individualism, freedom and reason, we support the Constitution and free markets, we are non-interventionists, and we propose a Constitutional Amendment to divorce corporation and government, because the all-too-happy couple has made children of American citizens, and abused children at that. For more information, leave a comment, and I will add you to the email update list for the new Free Revolution Party.
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