Listening to pundits and politicians, progressive that is, and reading commentary of fellow Americans who believe the media propaganda that the Tea Party movement is a racist and violent movement against government. In the case of the latter statement, that is in truth – Tea Party patriots are against any other government except that which the founders created by framing the Constitution of the United States as a constitutional republic based upon written law in those articles and amendments.
The Tea Party was organized to ensure that there is a return to that which was founded and worked so well in making America great and something its people can be proud of, but have failed for various reasons to keep it – as Benjamin Franklin pessimistically stated. So this is a type of follow-up of the last article, this time standing up to the progressive socialists and those who listen to them, whether they be pundits, politicians, or politically biased media …
It all has to do with the reason why a candidate with a mysterious past and shady associations became president in the first place: because of race. And I refuse to believe that this factor was not part of the political scheme of the Democrat Party – a political entity with a long history of racism and corruption, who learned they can keep descendents of former slaves within control of the “plantation” by exchanging physical chains to invisible chains of welfare dependency. Yet, despite that, the middle-class African Americans are at an all-time high – not because of government handouts, but because those people saw the value of an education and knew that hard work is how to get ahead.
I wonder and worry greatly about turns of events and the direction that fellow Americans are allowing our nation to slip into.
Stories about FEMA camps and Islamic training camps in the United States is looked upon as misguided conspiracy theories. Oh, how the People so forget and pay little attention to history.
The first people, truly the first Americans, once erroneously called Indians (Indians live in India) – were forced unto reservations, their children put into schools that were nothing but indoctrination institutions. Then, the Imperial Japanese government decided to make an air attack and destroy the US Navy and cripple our abilities to fight against fascism and theocratic dictatorship. Soon after, Japanese immigrants, who were naturalized Americans who had rights and liberties under constitutional law like every American – were taken from their homes and put into internment camps. How could that happen to American citizens? In addition, American society posted racist signs in their business establishments mostly saying: No Japs here. Worse, it took decades before the US government reimbursed those Japanese Americans who had lost homes and businesses, not to mention income they were earning.
As commander-in-chief, Rep. Paul can pull all our troops back of overseas, put them here in America, leave us in a situation where the world is now going to be created huge amounts of vacuums all over the place, and have folks like China and Iran and others. Look at the Straits of Hormuz. As I said last night, we wouldn’t even have the Fifth Fleet there.
We’re still running a foreign policy of Woodrow Wilson, trying to make the world safe for democracy. And, look, we have elections overseas, and we don’t even accept the elections. Change in foreign policy is significant. But that’s where a nation will come down if they keep doing this. We can’t stay in 130 countries, get involved in nation building. We cannot have 900 bases overseas. We have to change policy.
I am sure whatever your political ideology may be, you have heard about the Tea Party movement, which is a national organization that features a main website despite its splintering into subdivisions with states. Of course, its name is derived from the historical event in 1773 when, in protest against excessive and unfair taxation as well as monopolization of the tea import, American colonists dressed as native Americans, dumped wooden cases of tea into the Boston harbor from a merchant ship the night before unloading. This event was an important link to what would become the American Revolution.
Thus, under that concept, the Tea Party organization was founded in 2009 and with the help of YouTube videos, social networking sites, Facebook, and Twitter, it has grown in popularity. In the background, a major political entity, separated from the Republican Party and at the same time sponsoring those members who believe in limited government and reduction of bureaucracy by the name of FreedomWorks, created by Dick Armey, former congressional member. It was meant to be an alternate to the progressive-socialist entity called MoveOn.org that was created during the presidency of Bill Clinton, with the concept that even though that president committed perjury, adultery, and violated the ethics of workplace sexual harassment; it was time to move on because Congress did not impeach President Clinton. Last year, Dick Armey has removed himself from FreedomWorks because he claims that money has corrupted and moving away from what the founding principle was meant to be. Of course, the progressives immediately went in for the proverbial kill.
It must be kicking in because my Internet company just added $2 increase in federal/state taxes amount over what I paid last month. Rates on many things go up, while people are still out of work, or have reduced hours, and most can’t make enough to match the rising costs. And this is before the Obamacare system fully kicks in.