Life is about choices. Choices have consequences. In November, Americans will choose – again. The question is what? There are distinct choices for us. It is time to cut through the bovine scatology and political correctness to make sure that Americans understand them.
The choice is as simple as turkey or chicken nuggets. Either we regain our constitutionally formed and led Representative Republic or we move from where we are now, communism light, to a full blown one party controlled communist state. Forget about liberals, progressives, conservatives, libertarians or whatever other affiliation you can conceive because none of that matters a whit. The choice that should be A and B on all November ballots is between freedom and communism. Presently, mind numbed Americans chose to begin our fundamental transformation from freedom to communism. If this fight for our future is left to politicians, in other words a fight between the apprentices, Soros’s and Trump’s, Americans will be the loser. Freedom will be the loser.
Communism: A system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and a single, often authoritarian party holds power, claiming to make progress toward a higher social order in which all goods are equally shared by the people.
Mr. Trump’s apprentice is too smooth, too nuanced, too suave, too establishment, too country-club…. OK, I will stop before the gag reflex activates. He is too all of those things to even whisper the C word in public lest he be labeled by the communists who once preferred progressive before they preferred liberal who now prefer progressive again of being a McCarthy-ite. Ole’ Joe McCarthy was right by the way. Read Blacklisted by History.
Soviet Communism, the dark tyranny that controlled nearly 40 nations and was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 100 million victims during the 20th century, suddenly collapsed 20 years ago without a shot being fired.
A caring mother prepared a lunch for her kindergarten aged daughter consisting of a turkey and cheese sandwich, a banana, some potato chips, and apple juice and sent her off to the public indoctrination center formerly known as a school. At the school, a government school lunch inspector (that right there is enough to make you proclaim “a what!”), probably on loan from the Transportation Security Agency, inspected the tyke’s lunch and told her that it would just not do. Instead of eating the unhealthy swill prepared for you by your loving, but ignorant mother the food Gestapo agent insisted, you must eat school cafeteria prepared and likely from a frozen packaged and micro-waved source some wonderful chicken nuggets. Just let that rest on your brain for a minute.
The moral of this story is that in the new communist America, the government knows what is best for children than do their parents. That is also the lesson impressed on a 4 year old mind. Government loves me more than my mommy does. That should make you mad enough to spit nuggets. Later at the indoctrination center, the children will be asked to report their parents who have bad things to say about the government. Much like they did with Hitler youth in Nazi Germany. Adolph Hitler, for those who may have forgotten, saved Germany from the communists. This is another reason for making sure that you know what it is you are choosing. Also, in near communist almost Godless America a mother can choose to kill her unborn children, but she better not feed them turkey sandwiches. Or, maybe it is because the chicken farm was union operated. Geeze, this moral has more twists in it than a barnyard rooster who just lost his nuggets.
Communism is not hard to see. It starts with dear leader, of the wailing in the streets Kim Jong Il type, or in our case pandemic fainting at political rallies type. Dear leader consolidates power around him. In our case, he disregards the Constitution, bypasses Congress and his congressionally approved cabinet with a bevy of communist thinking czars. He is swooned over by a useful idiot media that is better at their craft than the Korean Central News Agency of the Democratic People’s Republic of [North] Korea.
“The KCNA is in charge of uniform delivery of news (my emphasis) and other informations (sic) to mass media of the country, including newspapers and radios.”
The other day, I got the email that made the rounds about how to capture wild pigs. It is a parable of a country falling to the subtlety and patience of creeping communism. Here in our once great and free republic, we understood and despised communism for what it is – Godless, freedom robbing evil. If, after the second Tuesday of the first Monday in November 2012, we do not have control of both houses of Congress and the Whitehouse, the gate will slam shut on freedom in America. Choices have consequences.