By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Vote Them Out!

This year, America has the opportunity to take back the out of control government, and restore Constitutional liberties to the citizens, fiscal responsibility in federal government, and restoration of a sound monetary system that is not debit based.

The Republicans will have you believe that if you vote for a third-party candidate, that you will be giving away a vote to their Democratic opponents. This is not about either party, it is about restoring the republic.

The Tea Party movement is just that; it's a grassroots movement just like the one that moved Barak Hussein Obama into the White House. We the People are the Tea Party. We are not going to listen to those that we elected to represent us, they don't know how to run an ethical campaign, how can we expect them to act any better when they take an oath to serve?

Each of them takes an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America, from all enemies both foreign and domestic, and yet they are the very criminals that have usurped the Constitution, and have made government the necessity of the enslaved public.

Businesses are best left to their own successes and failures, and the burdens of over regulation on the pretense of public protect is ludicrous in the least, but it is the harm it does that is devastating to our nation.

The most Constitutionally fundamental, Libertarian ideology can best be demonstrated by the long-time Republican Congressman from Texas, Dr. Ron Paul. If you have been afraid of voting for a Libertarian candidate because of all of the media nonsense about them being radical, then I guess I am a radical as well.

Because I love this nation as it was designed to be,  a free nation for all its citizens, and where the individual States exercised their Constitutional powers to govern. The Federal Government has become a money pit of debt and corruption. We have gone from the richest to to the most indebted country in world in a relatively short time, and unless we act now to stop it, it will cost us and generations to come our very freedom.

It does not matter how you registered, so long as you vote for a candidate that is not a career politician, that has no "in the Beltway" experience whatsoever. Someone that will be representing the people of their Congressional district and the Senators as representation for the States. And please make the same ideological choices when you vote for local and state candidates also, they are are your first representatives who will have the most immediate impact on you communities.

For many years, it was the "big corporations" that many people felt were controlling the government. Now it appears as if the government is beginning to control the corporations. All smoke and mirrors my fellow Americans.

It is the Federal Reserve and its controlling banks that are behind it all, and it has been almost 100 years since they began the reign of enslavement. For me, I want people in Congress who will enact the legislation to end the Fed and restore us to an asset-backed monetary system, where every dollar is worth real value. But that is for another time. Getting the incumbents out and the right people into Congress is the most important thing we can do as American citizens this November.


  1. If the Libertarians like Ron Paul weren't so selective about the parts of the Constitution they support, I'd give them my vote. If you can't support the right to equality under the law (14th Amendment) as much as the right to keep and bear arms (2nd Amendment), you have no right to hide behind the banner of our Constitution.

  2. Mr. Herman, What is your "Equality" beef? I detect a socialist tone in your comment, Which part of the 14th Amendment are you referring to?