George M. Haddad
July 19, 2004
After WW II many will remember the concerns over the weaknesses of the legislative branch and there was begun a hue and a cry that if we were to expect top flight leadership in the Congress we had to seriously consider higher pay and extra amenities. We paid more — we got less — they got more.
At this juncture in our history the arrogance and the repressive actions by both the Congress and the Alphabet agencies can no longer be denied. The only possibility for ever diminishing their power and their number can only be found in limiting the federal government. In so doing we may then find the opportunities for eliminating those which are redundant and autocratic, saving billions and streamlining their role in the political process. At this point the juggernaut is still to be dissuaded.
Lawrence Reed, president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy stated in a recent speech to the Heritage Foundation membership at its 27th Annual Resource meeting:
"The deficiencies, absurdities, and perverse incentives inherent in the political process are powerful enough to frustrate anyone with the best and most altruistic of intentions. It frequently exalts ignorance and panders to it. And a few notable exceptions aside, it tends to attract the most mediocre talent with motives that are questionable at best. Government runs on the political process, hence all of the problems endemic to politics show up in what government does, and doesn't do."
The growing strength of a parasitic government had temporarily receded during the tenures of Truman, Kennedy, Nixon and Reagan but to weaken their hold on the economy and the livelihood of all Americans was like asking Hans Brinker to keep his thumb in the dike indefinitely.
The Democrat party has now been completely taken over by the American Bolsheviks and their minions as noted in Part I of this article. On the inside it is a party which has never known a tax it didn't like, never known a corporation it wouldn't like to control nor a private property it wouldn't like to own. This party is one of the 4 main groups whose treachery to America as a nation must be addressed. Anyone who hasn't been aware of its continual siding with our enemies hasn't been paying attention. For those who believe in the free enterprise system, for capitalism, for our way of life, (as one pundit put it) is like listening to the blather of the Bolsheviks setting cow dung to music.
Notwithstanding the fact that a weak and inept Jimmy Carter was a pawn of the Bolsheviks who ran the so-called democrat party, this group was still unable to find any individual with any class to be its front. And so in desperation they came up with the likes of a Bill Clinton. He fit the mold for their objectives which are principally the total destruction of the free enterprise and the capitalist systems. During his eight years, Clinton decimated America's military. Our forces were cut almost in half under his stewardship. Research and development on all new weapons systems were brought almost to a halt as other nations continued to build. He destroyed nearly our entire arsenal of tactical nuclear weapons. And when he found the time between his trysts whatever military technology he didn't destroy he sold to the Chinese. This individual rode in on a tide still cresting from the Reagan years and rode out having destroyed the economy, the FBI, the CIA and neutered the military. The alphabet agencies reveled during his reign.
Few are cognizant that in our present House of Representatives there are over 50 democrats who are listed in the Democratic Socialists of America membership. For them to allow their names to be shown in the registry is indeed a miracle. Further evidence that they have now been emboldened and disdainful enough to "be outed" without fear of recrimination. These American Jihadistas are and have been dancing to the tune of that distant drummer and he is laughing in his grave.
An entomologist once told me that if you see one cockroach you can expect a dozen or more back there in hiding. How many more members of the House of Representatives are avowed socialists? As for the Senators we can easily guess as to which ones lean in that direction just by listening to their continual spouting of Marxist ideology and by their sustained aid and comfort to the enemies of our country. The members of the senate who belong to the Democratic Socialist party still do not feel ready to expose themselves by allowing their names to be officially registered. Fortunately, they have already given themselves away but unfortunately, very few are listening.. The Democratic Socialists call themselves the new Left — but there's nothing new about them. Their mission statement is as follows and they obviously have no fear of their apathetic sheep shunning them at the polls.
When you dissect this phraseology you might find reason for grave concern. The words of Nikita Khrushchev become more prominent when we recollect his statement at a meeting in the Kremlin with western diplomats on November 18, 1956 "Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you." On another occasion, Aug. 24, 1963, addressing a group of Westerners in Split, Yugoslavia, he referred to his controversial statement: "Of course we will not bury you with a shovel. Your own working class will bury you."
In addition, today, July 19, 2004 the word is out that on a House vote of 243 to 161 an amendment was defeated which was to request the United nations to step in and monitor our next federal election. Yes, 161 misnomered democrats voted for one of the most corrupt political bodies on this planet to enter the United States and supervise our constitutionally constructed elections. Need I say more?
After the debacle of the Carter years Reagan restored our national pride our national dignity and our national worth. There is a huge conservative and moderate family out there which continually argues and bickers amongst itself and today it is being attacked from both outside and inside. Unlike ever before it had better come up with the chutzpah, the courage, the wherewithal and the acumen as to when it is time to pull up the drawbridge and start fighting together and as one. It had better become Reaganesque. The stakes are too high to do otherwise. This is one trip we are all taking at election time whereby we do not have the luxury of indulging ourselves. And as we look back and imagine what they did at Bunker Hill, will we be found wanting?
John Stuart Mill wrote
"A man who has nothing which he is willing to fight for, nothing which he cares more about than he does about his personal safety, is a miserable creature, who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself."
|George M. Haddad has a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and a Masters Degree in Social Administration with extensive work experience with the mentally ill. The former Executive Director - National Institute for Burn Medicine - affiliated with the University of Michigan. He is retired from the National Staff of the YMCA as a troubleshooter in financial management and administration and has worked as a management consultant to non-profit corporations. He has written frequently on medical, social and political issues and has many published articles to his credit. He currently writes from Franklin, Michigan and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
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