The Party of Jefferson and Jackson without Mr. Jackson
“I am a Democrat but largely because I was born a Democrat. It was passed down by my father.” – East Liverpool, OH Mayor James Swoger. (HT: Selena Zito) The Democratic Party has been in business for nearly as long as The United States has been in business independently, rather than as a subsidiary of Great Britain, Inc. It has succeeded to continue on, despite | Read More »
Parker’s Progress. The Curious Evolution of a New Republican Congressman
From the diaries by Erick It was a bright and happy December day. Not a cloud was in sight, the weather was a balmy 60 degrees and Congressman Parker Griffith wanted to give Speaker Nancy Pelosi a Christmas present. It wasn’t the infamous “Mental Health Ticket” that he once offered to have Santa put under her tree. He has switched his allegiance from Democrat to | Read More »
Why, Oh Why Did America Take The Blue Pill?
The Democrats demand the centralization of power. The promises they bandied so freely during the silly season of campaigning are all negotiable. They remain liable for betrayal in furtherance of that overdetermining directive. They will have power. They will assume control.
“What is the Matrix? Control.” – Morpheus
To look at what the Democrats actually propose is to see their lust for unbridled control. This autocratic overdrive stands revealed in the hard black and white print of legislation before the houses of Congress. The Democratic Party’s domineering contempt for limited government became blindly obvious during the debate over Cap and Trade Legislation.
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