America’s Most Wanted
Just imagine, if the Democrats get in we will have a huge national debt, undeclared and foolish wars, affirmative action shoved down our throats, federal take-over of education and everything else in sight, rampant abortion, “gay rights,” open borders, government catering and giveaways to foreign countries. We will even have more terrible Supreme Court justices like Warren, Brennan, Blackmum, Stevens, Kennedy, and Souter!
Sad as it is to contemplate, it is only too true that Obama and McCain do each appeal to large segments of American society as it exists today.
However, it makes little difference who is on the throne. Junior Bush has established that a President can do anything he wishes, at home and abroad, even in peacetime. Bush has lied to the people and Congress, blatantly usurped power, shredded the last rags and tatters of the Constitution, committed the country to an illegal and stupid war, and failed to guard against real enemies. The President cannot be effectively stopped by Congress or the people, even when he is, like Bush, of weak character and intellect and manipulated by unelected courtiers. He has suffered no punishment except low poll numbers. Thus the U.S. now in all but name meets the formal definition of a tyranny.
Where such power exists it will always be used. There is no rewind back over the Rubicon.
Since all candidates belong to the same ruler class, it only matters to them and their retainers which one sits on the throne. The personality of a particular emperor might make an insignificant, temporary difference. A contest between the candidate of the military/industrial wing of the ruler class and the candidate of the affirmative-action wing amounts to little, especially when both are merely creatures of the media wing.
What a tremendous and sad waste of time, energy, and hopes in caring which will sit on the throne, in evaluating the words of the candidates when their words are silly semantical games that would embarrass a high-school debate team and will cease to have any significance as soon as the polls open on election day.