"Defund this War!" Ever hear that one? In this case I'm referring to the "War on Me" taking place in Washington today. That's right, I think there is a Coup currently taking place in Washington and it is among other things a war on me and people like me who believe in private enterprise, economic liberty, the US Constitution, and the very political liberty which has set this country apart.
As citizens we only have one direct weapon against a democratic Coup d'etat and that is our right to vote. But what if our vote is systematically stolen from us by a government funded voter-fraud machine wholly owned by the Democrat Party? I'm referring of course to ACORN and organizations like it which have been in the news lately for various other trespasses. But what of the billions already in government funding and it's role in delivering filibuster-proof majorities to one party so it can prosecute this war?
I cannot in good faith fund this un-constitutional use of taxpayer money for blatant and fraudulent political purposes. That's it, I'm going all tax free. I'll give up yield, but I'll sleep better. This is not a simple disagreement with my government. That happens all the time and I've never avoided a tax at the expense of yield. This however is an obvious breach-of-contract on the government's part. I'm supposed to have the right to vote and in return, the government is supposed to honor that vote according to the laws; not negate it by funding it's own self-sustaining vote-fraud machine! Enough. Will this cost me some return and isn't this risky? You bet; but so was the Declaration of Independence and this is even more serious! I'm de-funding this war and so should you...
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
John Edwards (insert laugh track here!) was famous for his Two Americas line but I believe the bigger problem is the Two Universes. After spending some time with the extended family it occurred to me that our individual media universe is determinant of what information we recieve and without good diverse information, good decision making is impossible. How we process that information is another matter (through our own filter, Duh!), but I find the discrepency in what information people are seeing is disturbing in itself. Most everyone these days has strong opinions, but most of the folks I run into have never heard of the Van Jones story, the Acorn pimp stings, the kids chanting for Obama, The Valerie Jarrett connection to the Chicago Olympic Village, let alone the Acorn connection to subprime mortgages and Obama's connections to Acorn! And these are folks who read the New York Times daily! They live in a Universe with an information vacuum and that can't be healthy.