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"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take away everything you have." - Thomas Jefferson

Sunday, April 02, 2006

The Democratic Party's "War Face" (That They Have Only Recently Found)

So, It would appear that the Democratic Party has decided that just chanting irrational “Bush is Hitler” rants isn’t enough to get them elected. Now they have decided to put on their “war face”. The problem is, what they propose as their positions regarding Osama Bin Laden, al Qaeda, and Iraq amount to only “Republican-light”. In a story here, democrats are pronouncing to Americans their miraculous strategies.

They pronounce that they will hunt down and find Osama Bin Laden straight away. They don’t say how they will do this. But, we are all expected to just accept, without proof of any sort, that the anti-war, appeasement party is somehow experts when it comes to capturing Osama Bin Laden. It would be laughable, if it wasn’t for the fact that they know exactly what they are doing.

The Democrat Part has become experts at duping people into putting their voting trust in them. They pronounce themselves to be champions for the poor, the downtrodden, and attract the attention of both, those people and those of better means, with altruistic goals.
The problem is, upon closer examination, FDR’s “New Deal”, LBJ’s “Great Society”, and the myriad of other socialist programs that they have been able to hood-wink the American taxpayer to reach deep into their pockets to support have done nothing to eliminate poverty or elevate society’s “downtrodden”.

The Democratic Party’s “War on Poverty” is no war at all. It is nothing more than clever smoke and mirrors. The democrats need the poor. Even more, they need to keep them poor. The poor must continually depend upon their socialist programs to lift them up. Of course, the programs don’t do one thing to lift the poor from their poverty. On the contrary, it keeps them depending on the “crumbs” that the democratic socialist form of government will hand out to them. It’s a real shame that the poor class in this country hasn’t made that connection yet.

Mark my words, the democrats are no more capable, or willing to confront and end the terrorist threat of Bin Laden and al Qaeda than they are to actually end poverty. They just know that noble words will fool those incapable of critical thinking to pull the voting levers in their favor.

Would a vote for the Democratic Party ensure that we get Osama Bin Laden (as if his capture would end the terrorist threat from al Qaeda), and put an end to the al Qaeda threat?

What do you think?


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