Thursday, July 29, 2010

What does "Democrat" really mean?

Democrat. The word should imply democracy, its fundamentals and ideologies. In reality it conjures up an image of wealthy liberal, progressive, socialist, blanket amnesty for illegals, back room deal making, Chicago thuggery and a host of other rather negative images.
How is it then that the Democrat Party fashioned an image of being the Party of the poor and oppressed? This being the same Democrat Party that embraced the KKK, supported the institution of slavery at the time of the Civil War (against the Republican president Lincon). Somewhere in the civil rights campaigns of the 1960's they managed to bamboozle enough minorities intop believing that they (the Democrats) were fighting for the minorities. In fact the Democrats were fighting for the minorities votes, the rights of minorities were a secondary byproduct. So long as there was a solid minority voting bloc supporting the Democrats, there was tacit support. However, over the next 50 years, it has transpired that the Democrats have done little to raise the economic status of those minorities, in favor of stringing them along to continue the voter base so desperately needed by a political party that wants to rewrite the Constitution of the United States to follow a more socialist agenda.

Monday, July 19, 2010

GOP is the Party of the Rich and Democrats are the Party of the poor

Of course this is how the Democrats wish to portray the GOP. Unfortunately for most poor Democrats, the Democrat Party really is the party of the poor, especially when it comes to keeping them poor. Democrat Party ideology seems particulary drawn to maintaining various social status quos vis a vis "rich" and "poor". What most registered Democrats of the rank and file don't realise, is that thier party (that of the KKK in the 1920's)is still that same party, only repackaged to appear sympathetic to the various minorities they wish to retain as vote fodder.

The GOP on the other hand doesn't cater to the poor by always giving a handout while keeping the status quo. Ideologically the GOP would rather everyone be able to become rich through thier own means withou government handouts, which merely create dependencies.

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Obama vs America

It will be interesting to see the outcome of U.S. vs Arizona.

If Arizona loses, it will be painfully clear that the Federal government does not want closed borders and openly supports illegal activity against its own citizenry.

If Arizona wins it will clearly show that the U.S. Federal government has no desire to support border states in maintaining border security and essentially de facto supporting illegal activity agianst the citizens of the US.