Misnomer of the Day

The word fair or fairness or most fair is at best subjectively ambiguous. It is custom tailored for the moral relativists in our midst. Of lately, this malleable word is used as a ploy, providing cannon fodder for the left’s mission of disseminating class warfare.

Ask any misguided altruist to explain, how is it moral to confiscate the private property (wealth) of one man then surrender it to another. Chances are the word fair will creep into their specious rationalization. Our illustrious president used the word 14 times in a campaign speech at a high school recently, appealing to that level of maturity characteristic of public school indoctrination.

Advocating fairness, which in this context happens to be immoral (sacrificing one’s individual rights while expanding the power of the state) is this president’s moral failing, consecrated in a political ideology of socialism, one which boarders on insanity, repeating the same socialistic failures over and over while anticipating a different outcome.

If his argument had any merit, he wouldn’t have to repeat the word fair fourteen times; apparently he’s banking on the age old axiom: If one repeats a falsehood over and over, others will come to believe it as true.

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Misnomer of the Day

The word equality has to be the most equivocal word in the English language. It is an abstract illusion used to define a nebulous concept. Equality has never existed in any form. This is what makes it so appealing to the left; equality doesn’t exist, therefor inequality can never be remedied. This misconception insures a limitless supply of victims, thus perpetuating the progressive socialist agenda indefinitely.

The universe is everything but equal. In nature, the strongest of a species survive to propagate the heard and pass along their genes for the benefit of the species. In the human species, man too has genetic variables; these variables determine intelligence, strength, agility, and longevity. This genetic predisposition enhances some to achieve greatness, wealth, and success beyond that of ordinary individuals.

Sure, I would like to be a movie star and earn twenty million per movie, or play pro football with all of the wealth and prestige that accompany that profession, but I do not possess the physical attributes to play pro ball, perform brain surgery, or manage a multinational company; unfortunately, this is the reality that most of us face.

The Orwellian notion, that there needs to be equality of pay and equality of wealth distributed amongst all humans is a totalitarian dream that perpetuates government largess while trampling the rights of individuals.

When Tomas Jefferson penned the words (We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal) he meant, for those of us who can read and interpret plain English, that all men have the same individual and natural rights. Which means one man’s rights don’t supersede another’s, and that groups of men have no more rights than each individual that composes that group, and no man, or groupings of men, shall infringe upon the rights of his fellow man.

As long as the government fosters this deceitful notion of equality, the longer it remains purposeful to the minions of idiots who willfully employ the state as highwaymen to rob their fellow man of his liberty, dignity and wealth.

Misnomer of the Day

The most inflammatory rhetoric emanating from the Justice Department these days has
to be this farcical misnomer referred to as: Domestic Terrorists. This
dangerous accusation has no relevancy in reality; it’s like claiming infants
are a threat to our national security, because one day they will grow to
adults, think for themselves, and discover freedom and individual rights are
the precursors to man’s prosperity and happiness.

When I think of domestic, I see June Cleaver clad in an apron frosting a cake in her
kitchen, Wally and the Beaver stand by her side, jockeying for position to lick
the mixing bowl and spoon.

When I think of terrorist, I see a mob of sharia loving Islamists stoning a woman to
death for the crime of being raped by a mob of sharia loving Islamists.

Marry these two polar opposite lifestyles together, disseminate it through an
irrational corrupt main stream media, and you give liberals a license to
condemn those who love freedom and cherish the constitution, condemn veterans
who have served this nation honorably, condemn everyone who has  raised a family, worked in the marketplace, paid taxes and owns property.

Trying to pawn off the notion that domesticated Americans are capable of terrorism is
another insane accusation, in a long list of insane accusations, perpetrated by
the insane left. This hate speech has serious ramifications; it’s a sterling
example of a totalitarian state demonizing its citizens to justify the use of
force to violate their individual rights.

Domestic Terrorism is a vicious lie, perpetrated to destroy our national heritage and
rob us of liberty. This is the same hyperbolae that marched the Jews into  gas chambers in Hitler’s Germany, forced millions into the concentration camps of Stalin’s Russia, and left millions
dead in the provinces of Mao’s China.

The left trots out this hate speech with impunity, while simultaneously calling for
civility in discourse. These paragons of socialism hide in plain sight, shielded
by a gossamer cloud of political correctness. These people are evil personified,
the enemy within; they are without a doubt the greatest threat to America’s heritage,
liberty, and sovereignty.

Reality Transcends Racism

I am tired of the same old shibboleths coming from the left, calling anyone who opposes them a racist or a bigot; they too often rush to judgment branding all opposition as hate speech.

 If one employs reason and logic to deduce a fact, a common truth, based on reality, and expresses that observation in speech or writing, that is neither racism, nor hate speech.

 For example: This administration is pursuing a failed foreign policy in Afghanistan and Iraq. You can’t conduct a war or a battle with rules of engagement that call for self sacrifice; you can’t win a war without first identifying the enemy. This is not an opinion. This is a fact, founded on historical precedence. Now the president just happens to be a black man. This is not a racist statement, this is an observable fact.

 Here is another example: Phoenix is burdened by a population of illegal aliens who have crossed the Mexican border. Phoenix has the highest rate of kidnapping of any city in America, which is directly related to the human smuggling and drug trafficking of these nefarious illegal aliens. This is a well documented fact. It is neither racist nor bigoted to point out the truth.

 Reality exists; it is the universe that surrounds us every day. Reality is what it is at any given moment. It cannot by nature be racist, bigoted or hateful these are human attributes.

 For example: Any time government officials (politicians) legislate policy or law that elevates people with money and services based on their race or gender, they automatically discriminate against all those who don’t share those same attributes. The causality of this human endeavor is racial prejudice. Any time the government legislates privilege and gives money to the NAACP or the Affirmative Action Coalition, they instigate divisive government sponsored racism in America.

 This is an observable fact; just because I pointed it out, doesn’t make me a racist or a bigot, and to call me such would be an unfounded fallacious opinion, which amounts to nothing more than capricious subjectivism on the part of the accuser.

 Here is another example: The NAACP stated publicly that racist factions reside in the Tea Party. They based this opinion on a video—possibly orchestrated—of one person holding an offensive sign at a rally. Now, if one or two individuals did something morally repugnant those individuals should be held accountable for their actions, but for the NAACP to publically denounce the entire Tea Party movement as containing racist elements is a presumptuous opinion unfounded in reality, which amounts to nothing more than irrational subjectivism.

 Another fallacious opinion held by many is since the President is a black man; anyone who disagrees with his policies is a racist. This is a baseless accusation unfounded in reality. It is a bigoted opinion.

 All men are created equal. Dr Martin Luther King lost his life defending this principle. Our forefathers wrote it into our constitution; it is one of the desirable attributes that makes this country great.

 Now, if you think that you are somehow superior because of your ethnicity or gender. If you demand entitlements to the earned wealth of another mans labor, if you think you can subjugate the individual rights of your fellow man, to provide for your wonton desire based on your race, you are a racist.

It is immoral to infringe upon the individual rights of another human being. This is an observable truth, a gilt free observation that has no racial implication what so ever.

Part II: The Constitutional Republic

“But we are not a democracy we are a Constitutional Republic,” say you. Although, that was surely the intention of the founding fathers, both political parties have, and continue to stray from constitutional law and the republic.

 This current administration is more than happy to roll out the constitution when it furthers their socialist ideology of an egalitarian society, and then readily discards it in a heap when it represents the intended purpose of ensuring individual rights, freedom, and curtailing the ravenous power of government. In today’s political climate one need not travel far to find examples of both.

 In violation of constitutional law, the government health care bill known as Obamacare, states that every American must purchase health care insurance or face a penalty. However, this mandate doesn’t apply to everyone. The government reserves the privilege to pick and choose who must comply based on the bureaucracy’s classification of need. Another transgression is it shifts the unsustainable Medicare costs onto the states for financing a federal program. This entire health care bill is unconstitutional. The government can’t fabricate rights not outlined in the constitution, or the bill of rights, and then seize sixteen percent of the GDP in order to satisfy these self imposed obligations.

 This particular slight of hand is made possible by the enumerated powers of Congress to regulate interstate commerce. The interstate commerce act has been used often and widely since the New Deal to justify expansions of federal power over any economic activity the government arbitrarily chooses.

 On the flip side of the constitutional coin the government is now declaring the state law of Arizona, which deals with illegal immigration, unconstitutional. Under the constitution, federal law is the supreme law of the land and states may not pass laws that seek to overshadow federal statutes. However, this is not the case. The Arizona law does not pre-empt federal immigration law, it creates no new immigration crimes it merely supports existing federal statutes on illegal immigration.

 Rest assured this legal challenge will fall on the Supreme Courts subjective interpretation of the constitution. Whereby the justice’s pervasive ideology will knead the language of the constitution into malleable lump of clay, then manipulate it to serve their often misguided motives to advance the government agenda.

 One may also challenge the constitutionality of the Czars, appointed by the president without congressional oversight. These hand picked ideologues are immune to congressional review, and they report to the president only. So far these obscure individuals are responsible for spending over a trillion dollars of the tax payer’s money.

 Unfortunately, there are a host of tools employed by the government to circumvent the constitution. These include International law, United Nations treaties, The EPA, and a multitude of other government agencies that give the executive branch unbridled reign.

 From this, one can conclude the constitution is impotent; it no longer serves the intended purpose to protect the rights, liberty, and property, of the individual. It is only called into play to advance societal benefit, the collective benefit, the states benefit. So are we a constitutional republic? In theory only; in practice no. Long live the Republic.

Tea Party Preview

One year ago, on a blusterous April day, we met as strangers who shared a common bond; we were angry, we were dismayed, we were disillusioned with what our government had become. We saw the failure of government policy, both foreign and domestic, the failure of elected officials to defend our constitution, the failure of those so entrusted to protect our liberty. What we witnessed was the socialistic take over of our country by a rapacious government.

It was one year ago today we joined the ranks of this national populist movement known as the tea party. We were forced together by an era of political ineptitude; we were forced together by an era of unsustainable entitlement spending, unsustainable taxes and national debt. The tea party patriots were spawned by the antipathy toward the political corruption and grift in Washington D.C. We are the causality of the political failure of the two party system in America.

 Last year when we started the tea party movement we came under immediate attack by the lame steam media, the politicians, and their lap dogs of public opinion. It seems we are the working class the left loves to subjugate, and tax, yet morally despises. The Bob Beckels and Allan Combs of the world shouted: “They are not a grass roots movement.” They swore up and down we were a political  fad, funded by the Republican Party, and would amount to nothing more than an flash in the pan. (Pause)

 (I’m here to tell you, there is nothing more gratifying than watching a bunch of liberals eat crow!) By now there should be no question in anyone’s mind who and what this tea  party movement stands for. Only a moron, or the politically connected, or the politically afraid, can deny the power of this grass roots movement. Only a slick talking lawyer, a pathological-lying-pragmatist politician would attempt to deny the power of this tea party movement. (Pause) Well they can deny all they want, right up to the point come this November when they feel the toe of our boots kicking their incumbent asses out of office, which is exactly what we are going to do!

 Over this last year while the left clings to their trite slogans, hate speech, and gutter politics, we have educated ourselves. We have studied the constitution, we have studied economics, we have studied foreign policy and political philosophy and now we are ready to lead this country by electing officials who once again represent the people of the United States. Representatives, who we will hold accountable for shrink the size and scope of government, representatives, who will decrease taxes, and lead us back to economic prosperity, representatives, who will restore constitutional law, restore our sovereignty so we may once again lead the world as a beacon of freedom!

 Over the past year we have successfully changed the course of politics in America. This is the first time in fifty years the Democrats have owned the house, owned the senate, and the white house. And thanks to the tea party movement they have been successfully marginalized. To the casual observer, what’s obvious is our unprecedented letter writing and advertizing campaign. We have turned out in record numbers demonstrating in force at the town hall meetings from coast to coast. We have continued to hold these politicians to the political flame and it is working.

 Over the past year we have turned the election process upside down by crossing state lines to upset historic democratic seats and elect a number of conservative politicians, the most notable being Scott Brown of Massachusetts. Scott, I hope you’re listening. We the people who gave you the election will hold your feet to the political flame same as the rest, should you falter on your conservative pledge, should you become complacent, with a business as usual attitude, and pander to special interest, we will cast you out along with the rest of the incumbents. Consider this a tea party pledge.

 Over this last year we have fought ferociously against the government take over of health care. All while the political pundits on the left claimed once again, that we were not a grass roots movement. They claimed we were funded by the health insurance and pharmaceutical industries, and once again we proved them wrong. (Do you think they are developing a taste for crow by now?)

 Over the past year we have witnessed the conspicuous victories of the tea party movement. But what’s more important are those things the tea party movement has accomplished that aren’t obvious to the casual observer. For example, we have the democratic politicians running scared, many of whom have chosen not to seek reelection, the most recent being Bart Stupak of Michigan. Like rats jumping off a sinking ship they flee, and rather than subject themselves to the political blood bath come November, they have chosen to resign in an effort to save face. They are political cowards who threw themselves on the ideological spear when they voted for this abominable health care bill. They have committed political suicide, and now they shall pay the price for supporting ideology over the will of the people. Another inconspicuous fact is a recent Rasmussen pole which states 62% of mainstream Americans say the tea party movement represents their views. This ladies and gentlemen represents a voting majority.

 Another tea party victory is the causality of investigative journalism; we have turned over every rock in Washington, there is no political sanctuary left for the malfeasance of government to hide. We have exposed the magnitude of political corruption in Washington, and in so doing, have thrown it in the face of the American people, many of whom now show buyers remorse having voted for Obama.

 As of lately, the left with it’s media allies have claimed, the tea party movement doesn’t know which direction to head, they say we lack leadership, They claim our mission is not clearly defined. They embarked on this diatribe of misinformation and disinformation to once again marginalize our impact. And once again they have failed. Since our inception as a grass roots political movement we have stated our mission quite clearly. We stand for fiscally responsible government; we stand to uphold our constitution. We stand for freedom! Our course is steadfast. We will not falter. We will not cave to special interest. We will not be subjected by socialism or totalitarianism of any form. We will not be subjugated by despotic rule. Like our fathers, and their fathers before them, we are free men. We are Americans!

 And now after a year of partisan attacks against us, attacks that have failed at every juncture. The progressive left is running scared. There are no rocks left unturned for them to hide under. So now in an act of desperation they attack us with pure vitriol, calling us vindictive names, claiming we are racists and dangerous radicals. They have attempted in vein to draw us into racial conflict so their media lackeys can portray us to the world in an unfavorable light. But we are far too old and far too wise to engage in a power struggle with the irrational progressive left. We have taken the moral high ground in every debate; we have politely listened to all dissent from the opposition and conducted ourselves courteously with moral restraint and professionalism. We will continue to invoke reason and logic to defeat the irrational pragmatism that has seized our nation, and we will continue to do so until these egregious government policies are defeated!

 So today we stand united. Empowered against a common foe; we march towards our destiny in November. Between now and then our most pressing issue is: do we recast the Republican Party in our conservative image, or do we elect an independent third party candidate to halt the corruption that has characteristically defined the two party system a system that has lead our nation down this path of ruin? The republicans fear a third party candidate could cost them future elections, and insure democratic victory. This threat is real. However, we have demonstrated our ability to marginalize the most powerful liberal machine in fifty years. And the timing for tea party candidates to emerge my never be better. Having said that, if the republicans want our support they need to offer conservative candidates that demonstrate a solid resolve to return to their traditional conservative roots. We will no longer support any republican masquerading as a moderate. Remember it was the moderate neocons that delivered us George Bush and his form of crony capitalism. We will no longer tread that same path. Whichever way this tea party movement chooses to proceed, one thing is certain, any candidate that appeals to our values, and captures our votes will be held to a higher standard, we will hold his, or her feet to the political fire same as the rest. It will no longer be business as usual in Washington. This is our tea party mandate.

Virtual Town Hall Meeting

In response to the lady who stood up earlier at this meeting and told us: “Health care is not a privilege; health care is a right.”

 On the contrary madam, you couldn’t be more wrong. Health care is not a right; nowhere in the constitution or the bill of rights does it state this falsehood. Health care is not a right, nor is social justice, nor food, or shelter for that matter. Nobody owes you anything; however, as a citizen of this country you are free to seek out these things by way of the power vested in you.

 With all due respect madam, if it is European style socialism you seek, by all means move to Europe. Perhaps while you’re in Europe you can embrace the rapid growing Islamic culture. I hope you can find a berqa that fits you.

 As for you congressmen, there is nothing so wrong with health care now, or at any time in the future that could possibly justify the federal government to seize control of it, thus nationalizing 15 % of the GDP. There is no excuse for government to nationalize any free- market enterprise, and to do so is a flagrant violation of the constitution.

 If your altruistic desire is to insure the uninsured citizens of this country, I suggest you start by terminating the lucrative tax loophole known as the non-profit hospital charter. Make all hospitals for profit. The enormous tax savings by the federal government will be more than enough to buy insurance for all uninsured Americans. Moreover, this will promote transparency in the health care industry, forcing hospitals to compete for market share.

 Of course your tax dogging friend and former disgraced Health and Human Services appointee, Tom Daschle, who just so happens to lobby on behalf of United Health Inc. and other related health care industries, will not be pleased. But hey, how long must we pander to these special interest groups and power brokers anyway.

 If I may speak candidly congressmen, special interest, lobbyists, and lucrative government contracts are synonymous with every government bureaucracy. Is it any wonder why, with Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Administration, and Public Health Service, that healthcare is now in need of resuscitation? The solution for our ailing health care system is not more government; it is a gradual government withdrawal from the market place. Let the market forces of capitalism heal that which the government bureaucracy has crippled.