Senator Biden: The New and Improved Dick Cheney?

August 27, 2008 at 11:21 pm | Posted in Political | Leave a comment

Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) showed his true Tory colors during his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention tonight.

Spouting British Foreign Office policy toward Russia … following his concrete revelation demonstrating THIS Democratic Party fully intends to further the war on fundamentalist fleas … makes LAUGHABLE the pledge to America’s forgotten middle class … let alone the poor.

Several Scriptural ideas come to mind…

You cannot serve God and mammon, Senator.

Why do you point out the speck in your brother’s eye when there is a board in your own?

The policy of a deranged aristocracy simply will not do, Senator. If you wish to serve the British Empire, then move to London.

On the Abraham Lincoln Write-in Campaign

August 27, 2008 at 11:07 am | Posted in Political | Leave a comment
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A speech like this must make many a Democrat wonder how Senator Obama won the Party’s nomination for President. However, one only need contemplate the role played by a Tory-dominated, so-called “Free Press” and all the wonder suddenly dissipates.

It seems any thinking Democrat who recognizes how the power of a deranged, bankrupt aristocracy is being protected from on high. both on the left and on the right — there is no such thing as a “liberal” media; it is all Tory — might vote with me…

With all due respect, Senator Clinton, I am writing in the name Abraham Lincoln. If this should result in your friend, Senator McCain, becoming President, so be it.

Your speech failed to say how Senator Obama’s prospective policy represents something worthy of the Party of FDR. Much the same as Congressman Kucinich, I heard your perspective and not what to expect with either Carter clone Obama or that son-of-a-Bush McCain.

With all due respect, Congressman, we are awake. And we want that Tory twit Pelosi gone…

Looking Into the American Abyss

August 26, 2008 at 9:56 pm | Posted in Political | Leave a comment
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“As the prospect of a U.S. Presidential election-campaign of Senator Obama against Senator McCain most strongly suggests, it is not this or that prominent individual, but the very adopted culture of a people, which is the actual authority which impels leaders and led alike into wreaking their common doom upon themselves. So, it is in each of the cultures presented in Shakespeare’s tragedies; it is the common folly which sweeps the relevant culture from the top to its bottom, which carries all, like the floating objects in a great flood, to that common destruction to which the entirety of that culture conveys its leaders and ruled alike.” — Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. August 25, 2008

Watching the Democratic Party’s national convention in Denver, CO, one cannot help but see the very tragedy gripping our nation within the clutches of self-doom.

The creative deficit this nation quite evidently faces — judging by the calls coming from the pathetic weaklings allowed to take the stage — cannot be repaired with $150 billion spent over ten years on technologies better left behind in the 12th century.

My children, the party of windmills is but the “Dutch” branch of a grotesque tragedy whose face you will better know these next four years; and the party of wildcat finance whose work over fifty years has turned a once-free People into vile, murderous slaves is the same tragedy’s “Anglo” wing.

Tories! Every last one of them…

Obama … McCain … whom do you choose?

Accept neither! But if you must, write in the name Abraham Lincoln. Call yourself into battle against those who seek to make this the Land of the Slave and the Home of the Dead.

Where’s Your Courage?

August 17, 2008 at 10:47 pm | Posted in Political | Leave a comment
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Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) is the real deal. Although I do not agree with his anti-nuclear energy policy, his sense of duty in defense of the Constitution’s intent is, I believe, most noteworthy in matters of governance and the role the Congress should play in fostering the economy.

Per his effort to bring impeachment hearings against the President … if just 10% of the people who consider President Bush’s performance downright treasonous were to raise a serious raucous with letters to local representatives and press, people in positions of influence and power might shape up, stop cowardly towing the downright lies that have become the trademark of this administration, and we might then get through the next several months without some kind of upsetting social blow-up.

The real dilemma we face on both sides of the political spectrum is Toryism. If you read FDR speeches, you will get a better sense of how the party of Lincoln has completely sold out to this elitist ideology, as has the Democratic party largely been infiltrated by those who embrace this mindset. Probably the simplest way to understand our dilemma today is see things in light of the colonialism this nation originally was formed to reject. Has some stealth method been used to subject us to become like a colony? Why have the means of production been shut down and the nation largely become a net exporter of unfinished, natural resources? And has some stealth method, again, been used to make this nation behave like a colonial power? What are we doing in Iraq? Why are we scheming to spread the conflict into Iran? How is it al Qaeda is some kind of formidable enemy when they possess neither an industrial base to sustain their war with the West, nor a first-rate intelligence service necessary to win a war? It has taken us five years to make no headway with a bunch of cave dwelling, dog gassing, monkey bar climbing fleas? What is this? Some kind of joke? BUSH MUST GO. CHENEY MUST GO. PELOSI MUST GO. MCCAIN MUST GO. OBAMA MUST GO. TORIES! EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM.

It is little wonder we have become so hated throughout the world. If the idiots of our nation wish for war, then let it once and for all, and finally, be with the British Empire. The people of England, Scotland, Wales and the entire commonwealth have been just as much subjected to the impulses of the scum backing Great Britain as have the people of the United States. With the military might we still possess, we ought direct it where it might bring about a desirable result. Likewise, the cowards doing a deranged aristocracy’s bidding on Wall Street must be made to understand they operate at the pleasure of the People. We would all do well to flood the boards of directors of the major Wall Street firms with copies of the U.S. Constitution, and direct these people simply to read the Preamble, suggesting they either “get it” or face being driven into the sea.

Can you tell I’m a little pissed? Do you think this might have something to do with the fact that, when I was a child we were sending men to the moon, whereas the world my children are given is one in which hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars are spent on national intelligence and defense, and yet a bunch of fleas can bring a nation such as ours to its knees in a single day? We are all a bunch of offensive cowards if we allow this to go on any longer, and we surely will receive a coward’s reward if we do. Look how these worthless thugs keep pushing us in the wrong direction! Either they go or we do. It is that simple.

I respect the effort Kucinich is making. If for nothing else because he comes from a middle class family and represents something of what’s possible in this country … at least while we still have it. But most importantly because he is demonstrating courage — something we could all do a lot more to demonstrate in behalf of principles we supposedly stand for. Those institutions who seem to regard the Constitution as a quaint relic must be called out and identified either as a friend of the universal principles for which this nation was formed, or an enemy of not only this state, but of all humanity. The time is now, before our present, inexorable push toward becoming a fascist abomination becomes irreversible.

Impeachment Now!

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