Are Dems and Reps the same
We often hear the Dems and Reps are the same so it does not whether we vote or who we vote for, but is this true?
As Sarah Palin observed, people run against the cesspool of corruption in Washington, but after getting to Washington, the cesspool starts to look like a hot tub.
Dems and Establishment Reps equally enjoy the “hot tub.” Dems and Establishment Reps both want to preserve and protect their places in the “hot tub,” and monetize their time in government.
Dems and Establishment Reps are equally willing to lie, and do so as easily and without regret as most people say good morning.
Dems want to “fundamentally transform the United States of America,” while Establishment Reps want to preserve the status quo.
Dems are willing to fight for what they believe even if that means short run losses. For example, the Dems were willing to lose House seats and control of the House to achieve their longtime goal of government run healthcare. Establishment Reps are timid and unwilling to fight for anything other than when they fight for Obama against conservatives.
Dems think strategically and tactically. Dems understand they are in a “war” against the Reps and conservatives. The Dems also understand they are in a “war” against the majority of Americans, which is why they have to bring in tens of millions of foreigners to achieve their goal of “fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” Dems are always looking for ways in the short and long-run to advance their goal of “fundamentally transforming the United States of America”
By way of examples: the 1965 Kennedy immigration law, the 1980 refugee law, Common Core, leftist indoctrination in the universities and government run K-12 schools, Obamacare to control the health care system and 1/6 of the US economy, Dodd-Frank to control the financial system, aggravating race relations to keep Blacks voting Dem, releasing criminals from prison, EPA climate regs to downsize America’s economy and standard of living and increase government control, EPA water regs that will give the EPA control over virtually all property in America, executive amnesty, bringing in Syrian refugees, using the recession to increase government spending by $800 billion, using government control over banks through Operation Chokepoint to cut off credit and credit card processing to companies that make and sell firearms and other politically disfavored businesses, refusing to enforce America’s immigration laws to encourage more illegal immigration, “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” regulations to take control of local zoning decisions and force high density low income housing into cities federal bureaucrats believe do not have enough high density low income housing, etc. etc. etc.
Establishment Reps on the other hand sometimes think tactically but never strategically. Establishment Reps do not have a clue they are in a “war.” Establishment Reps do not have short or long run goals other than preserving their places in the “hot tub.”
In terms of political ruthlessness, Dems play ice hockey while Establishment Reps play croquet. In terms of strategic thinking, Dems play chess while Establishment Reps play “Candyland” or “Chutes and Ladders.”
The Establishment Reps are so stupid they are willing to allow the Dems to bring in tens of millions of foreigners, through legal (1 Million per year) and illegal immigration, that not only increases unemployment and decreases wages for American workers, and increases the welfare state burden on American taxpayers, this mass immigration is making all of America like California politically. The Establishment Reps are even willing to speed up the process by granting amnesty.
In other words, Dems are willing to harm American workers and American taxpayers in order to make all of America a one party Dem state like California is today. Establishment Reps are willing to harm American workers and American taxpayers in order to make all of America a one party Dem state like California is today.
To paraphrase Dennis Prager, there is a dangerous party and a stupid and timid party. I used to be a member of the stupid and timid party.
HOWEVER AGAIN, when the choice is between the dangerous party and the stupid and timid party, in most circumstances, for the good of America, we have to “hold our noses” and vote for the stupid and timid party. Then, unfortunately, we have to spend half or more of our time fighting against the stupid and timid party.
“The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis D. Brandeis
“We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right.” Ronald Reagan
“I never worry about action, but only inaction.” Winston Churchill
“If there is something about government you don’t like, get together and do something about it.” Howard Jarvis
“It is always too soon to give up.” Pastor Jack Hibbs
Gregory W. Brittain, Attorney at Law
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