Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Big Day of 2014: Mid-Term Elections, Important For Future of Constitutional Republic

Today is the day where it will be seen if American legal voters have awaken from their apathetic slumber and have realized that voting requires earnest and research for the truth - not what the media and political pundits and prostitutes tell them; on either side of the political aisle. We the People are also going to see the rise of voter fraud, which in the past nothing was done about it - and did not affect elections, especially presidential because of electoral votes. Along with other major realistic reformation, voting ethics must be monitored and when found fraudulent, those guilty be punished severely.
On October 27th, VP Joe Biden at a Democrat pep rally in Iowa, he stated:
Folks, this election is even more important than the two elections you elected Barack and me.
When today's votes are tabulated and counted, some more than once, the Democrats fear they will be disappointed with Obama's approval rating dropping historically low at 38% - and congressional approval as low or lower. The verdict is that, as Real Clear Politics put it:
...not so well. … Why has the Democratic Party fared so poorly under Obama's leadership? I can see two reasons: one ideological, one demographic.
Michael Barone has left out the fact that voters are disappointed and others who voted against him sick and tired of his charades, lies, and ineptness.
...the thrill is clearly gone among the two groups that backed him heavily in 2008 and 2012, which will inevitably be larger parts of the electorate in the future: Hispanics and Millennials.
The Hispanics, those that are legal citizens, are not impressed with the Democrats as they once were – and maybe the Millennials are just growing up to the world of reality.
The latest Pew Research Center poll showed Obama's approval among Hispanics a bit higher, at 49 percent. But that's far short of the 71 percent of Hispanic votes that Obama received in 2012.
Obamacare has not been widely accepted as Obama said it would and the Democrats bet their political careers on. But can anyone truly be surprised when one of their flock makes one of the stupidest public statements in the history of politics:
But we have to pass the health care bill so that you can find out what's in it …
It was testament that the Democrats expect blind loyalty among the peasants of their dominion.
Yet, Hillary Clinton leads in the polls for the popularity contest of possible presidential candidates for 2016; despite her political career checkered in scandal, from herself, her husband, and both together in the Whitewater fraud scheme that made them richer and sent friends and associates to prison – but not them.
Chuck Norris provided eight things that the Founders advised when going to the polls, drawing the curtain and voting.
One of them comes from John Adams, who wrote:
We electors have an important constitutional power placed in our hands; we have a check upon two branches of the legislature, as each branch has upon the other two; the power I mean of electing, at stated periods, one branch, which branch has the power of electing another. It becomes necessary to every (citizen) then, to be in some degree a statesman, and to examine and judge for himself of the tendency of political principles and measures. Let us examine, then, with a sober, a manly ... and a Christian spirit; let us neglect all party virulence and advert to facts; let us believe no man to be infallible or impeccable in government, any more than in religion; take no man's word against evidence, nor implicitly adopt the sentiments of others, who may be deceived themselves, or may be interested in deceiving us.
And a warning of continued corruption in the traditional two political parties by Thomas Jefferson:
Should things go wrong at any time, the people will set them to rights by the peaceable exercise of their elective rights.
But the Founders never expected that citizens in future generations would give up the rights and liberties established by listening to and following those who would change the constitutional republic into a socialist welfare state with the ruling elite ignoring limitations prescribed by the articles of the US Constitution.
They also could never have perceived the growth of voter fraud, exercised rigorously by the Democrat Party (Democratic Party, changed to match 'progressive' to take the place of 'liberal').
Thomas Sowell wrote:
One of the biggest voter frauds may be the idea promoted by Attorney General Eric Holder and others that there is no voter fraud, that laws requiring voters to have a photo identification are just attempts to suppress black voting. ...a recent survey by Old Dominion University indicates that there are more than a million registered voters who are not citizens, and who therefore are not legally entitled to vote.
And all the illegal votes are for the Democrats.
Fraud was discovered ever increasingly in elections in 2008 and especially in 2012, providing Obama a narrow margin win over the GOP poster boy, Mitt Romney. It is also clear that the GOP elite establishment favors politics as usual in Washington, DC, when they favor GOP icons like GW Bush and Mitt Romney over a true constitutionalist like Ron Paul, and after using the growing movement called Tea Party Patriots, they throw them under the bus and blame them for the loss of the 2012 election. The gist of the Tea Party movement is demand for realistic and true tax reform (and dissolve IRS) and a government that is constitutional and limited according to articles of the US Constitution. Despite that realistic advocacy, the Progressives call them 'radicals' - and even the RINOs use the same description.
The Benghazi tragedy, scandal and coverup occurred in September of 2012 – yet voters still kept the most inept, corrupted president in US history to remain in office; despite a clear record from the first term proving his ineptness, showing his administration was rift with corruption, and not keeping any campaign promise, not including Obamacare, which turned out to be a charade and nothing like he said about the people saving over $2,000 a year on health care insurance.
The best account of how markedly and devastating voter fraud (among other things in his and his handlers' agenda) has become is in a book entitled Injustice written by Christian Adams.
Sowell wrote:
One of these frauds involved sending out absentee ballots to people who had never asked for them. Then a political operator would show up -- uninvited -- the day the ballots arrived and "help" the voter to fill them out. Sometimes the intruders simply took the ballots, filled them out and forged the signatures of the voters. These were illegal votes for Democrats, which may well be why Eric Holder sees no evil, hears no evil and speaks no evil.
Holder should not be “retiring” - resigning - but brought to trial and prosecuted and 'retire' in prison.
As for race-based "voter suppression," amid all the political hysteria, how many hard facts have you heard? Probably none that supports that claim. Widely available free photo identification cards mean that poverty is no barrier to voting. Since blacks and whites both have to show photo I.D. for everything from cashing checks to getting on a plane, why has requiring a photo I.D. for voting caused such shrill outcries?
Democrats cannot cry 'racism' about what Sowell writes because he is an American with African ancestry.
That answer is obvious and simple: Democrats want to continue their decades-long voting fraud, fed by corrupt labor unions and their cash, as well as mogul socialist New-World-Order advocates like George Soros.
Republicans did win the Civil War. That's why there is no more slavery. It was a Republican president who issued the Emancipation Proclamation. It was a Republican-controlled Congress that voted for the 13th Amendment, outlawing slavery. In the 1960s, a higher percentage of Republicans than Democrats voted for the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. If we are going to talk about history, let's at least get the facts right. Only an utter ignorance of history, in this era of dumbed-down education, could allow demagogues like Rangel to get away with the absurdities that abound in election year politics. … Perhaps the biggest voter fraud of all is the fraud against black voters, by telling them bogey man stories, in order to try to get them to come out on election day to vote for Democrats.
If the Founders had realized how Marxists use education as a tool for their indoctrination, there would have been some extra paragraphs in the Constitution – like state and local governments in charge of education – not the national, federal government that has been corrupted by subversive elements since FDR and unconstitutional acts and policies beginning in the Wilson administration; specifically the 16th Amendment and the Federal Reserve.
Holder used his authority to take legal action against schools who disciplined black students, and Thomas Sowell explains what that created …
It creates another racial grievance, allowing Democrats like Holder to pose as rescuers of blacks from racist dangers. The real danger is allowing disruptive students in ghetto schools to destroy the education of other black students -- in a world where education is the only hope that most ghetto youngsters have for a better life. Sacrificing these young people's futures, in hopes of gaining some additional black votes today, is as cynical and fraudulent as it gets.
From Colorado to Kentucky, the liberal candidates who have promised abortions for every woman and who have said their Republican opponents will "ban condoms," are now on the verge of a decisive loss. One that should forever bring an end to the "war on women." As Democrats are learning, it turns out women care more about the economy than birth control. …
Mix in the inflammatory words from the lefts leadership like DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz comments regarding Gov. Walker saying “Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand. I know that is stark. I know that is direct. But that is reality.” Or the girls in the Secretary of State office crying when Fox News's Bill O'Reilly issued his appraisal: “With all due respect … that woman looks way out of her depth over there. Just the way she delivers, she doesn’t look like she has the gravitas for the job.” Marie Harf, the department’s deputy spokesperson, unprofessionally responded by tweeting: “.@statedeptspox explains foreign policy w/ intelligence & class. Too bad we can’t say the same about @oreillyfactor.” The joke turned out to be on these feminist as Instead of helping the issues they were addressing, they just reduced the level of respect people on both sides of the aisle have for them.
Beware of Republicans who claim that the Tea Party movement has ruined the GOP. How can a movement with the platform of demanding a constitutional government, ridding us of the unfair income tax, and demanding a limited government (articles of Constitution) be hurtful to any political entity whose agenda was honest?
People like Lois Lerner thing the Tea Party is dangerous because it is against the almighty Big Government; except for political entities supporting the progressive socialism of the Democratic Party. Some people do not want the IRS eliminated because it provides an agency that puts fear into the people and can be used as a political tool - and the Obama administration is not the first to do so.

1 comment:

  1. Amen.. I keep praying it will be so.
    God bless us, everyone...