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, January 12, 2011

Knee-jerk Reactions: Political Exploitation by Jerks

My sympathy to those who lost loved ones in the senseless shooting in Tuscon. A sad day for all of us Americans who see this tragedy for what it really is; an isolated incident, perpetrated by an emotionally disturbed young man, who somehow managed to fall through the cracks. Not his parents, nor his teachers and fellow students, and not even the local law enforcement system was able to identify the warning signs.

But the sheriff and liberals all over are now condemning the right, Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and anyone that speaks out against the government as being to blame. Calls to impede the free flow of information on the Internet, make it a crime to speak publicly or blog against government policy, reinstate the mandate (a clear First Amendment violation) by the Federal Communications Commission. "They" want to make opposition to the left's agenda a criminal act. And why not? Isn't that how socialism works? You cannot have freedoms to oppose the government and have the government take care of you too!

Since I am not affiliated with any political party, I can and will make statements that oppose policies of either or both. And no political agenda will stop me from writing or speaking out on the insane policies of a government run amok. As I stated in previous posts, the past election results was a warning to those holding office: Listen to what the people are telling you, not your party or your campaign contributors.

The general elections for 2012 of course will also include the Presidential race. The party in power, the party that makes and breaks promises, DNC or RNC is not the issue. I want to see more candidates that have no political experience and no party affiliations make the ballot. They are the people we need to get into office. We need to literally clean out all the stagnation in government.

Remember all of the people who are using this tragedy in Tuscon for political points. Remember they used the this tragedy to denigrate their opposition, not just the conservative right, but the patriotic Americans that back the Tea Party Movement to restore the republic to the Constitutional representative government it was designed to be.

Cast your votes for new representatives that do not have a stake in Washington politics, who will represent YOU! It may be the single most important vote in the history of the United States of America.

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