Monday, December 13, 2010

The False Right-Left Paradigm

"I believe we have a one party system in this country, called the big-government party. There is a Republican branch that likes war and deficits and assaulting civil liberties. There is a Democratic branch that likes welfare and taxes and assaulting commercial liberties." - Judge Andrew Napolitano




The Right (Republican)/Left (Democrat) paradigm is the illusion that we have a real two party system, and that the parties are fundamentally different. The truth is that the leaders at the top are working toward a common goal which promotes tyranny and globalism. The Right and the Left just have different pathways leading us down that same road. It's plain to see that both the Right and the Left have put us in the very mess that we find ourselves today.





Honestly, haven't we seen this with the Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama/Clinton dynasties? The Right blames the Left - the Left blames the Right - power shifts back and forth and there is gridlock on some items but usually yields more government growth and more regulation. America is polarized and its citizens are fighting amongst themselves. Meanwhile, government and corporations work together to wrest more power and control away from the people.

Do you get it yet?

This is why we must not blindly vote for people based on party, but rather on what the person stands for. What's important is to support those who stand for Restoring the Republic, and upholding the Constitution.

Our support must be for those who will stop making us slaves though entitlements and stop making us slaves through bigger government and higher taxation and/or inflation.

Our support must be to those who will protect our God given rights.

Stop being a "Good Republican".
Stop being a "Good Democrat".
Start being a good American.

Don't fall for the False Right/Left paradigm.

1 comment:

musemater said...

I have seen the Alan Watt series and it's excellent. I think he explains things very well. We're in a very wonderful age of discovery, hope more folks catch on, and these days of internet freedom we have to keep sharing while we can, thanks for posting.