Here in Washington State, opposing the One True Party is a criminal offense. Watch as Dino Rossi is forced to take 4 hours out of his busy campaign days before the election to answer trumped up and baseless charges. Watch as lawyers do anything to hurt his image in front of the camera. Watch as judges sit idly by and encourage it all along.
The way socialists work, since socialism is never as popular as it seems it is in the press, is that socialists do anything they can to suppress their opponents or the voters. They do so in a number of ways. Here in Washington State, we are seeing them all.
One way is to refuse to count the ballots of those who probably voted for the other guy. We see in the 2004 elections that this was the modus operandi, or at least step one of the MO.
Another way is to stuff the ballot boxes. The trick to stuffing the ballot boxes is to do so in such an open and brazen way that sane people wonder if it really happened at all. After all, if I came running and screaming out of an election center claiming that democrats were literally stuffing the ballot box, you’d probably think I was crazy, right? So that’s why they don’t even have to hide as they “discover” lost ballots and count ballots that should never be counted.
Of course, when you don’t have full control over the ballot box as the socialists do in King County, the socialists rely on other tried and true tactics of voter suppression. First, they make you feel uncomfortable since you believe in basic human dignity and freedom. They call you “racist” and worse since you refuse to believe that taking something from someone and simply giving it to another is fair and just and moral.
If this belittling doesn’t work on you, it will likely work on those around you. The socialists build up social groups where the only accepted thought processes are their thought processes. To think a different thought, to challenge any of their premises, to simply have an open mind (which they seem to advocate) is to face ostracization. Using the group and mob mentality, they can effectively keep wise and moral people suppressed from speaking.
Another tactic they use is violence against property and person. We’ve witnessed this as Obama supporters maced McCain supporters in their campaign headquarters. We’ve seen the bullet holes on the McCain campaign busses. But the McCain campaign is hardly the only target. People who exercise their right to free speech have had their political signs bashed into their heads, have been threatened verbally and physically, and have suffered worse at the hands of socialists.
But if this is still not enough to suppress the vote, socialists will use whatever legal authority they can invent to abuse you. Witness what they are doing to Dino Rossi as we speak. Despite the lack of evidence that Dino Rossi and the BIAW were coordinating their independent campaigns, Dino Rossi will still have to face trial. And despite the fact that liberal organizations and liberal campaigns are obviously coordinating, those charges will never be heard. Witness, in fact, the LA Times withholding valuable information about Obama’s past association with Palestinian Terrorists at a Jew-hate festival. Witness the liberal media simply parroting Obama campaign lines. Witness government officials abusing their office to investigate unlawfully Joe the Plumber.
There is no limit to the methods that socialists will use to impose socialism. As Obama said, his regret from the Warren Court was that they didn’t rip the entire Constitution to shreds, but only a significant fraction of it, because they still respected property rights. They are using judges to impose socialism, bit by bit, and they are no longer quiet about it.
Hugo Chavez, a well-known and outspoken socialist, is perhaps a good modern-day example for what socialists do. Because he lives in a distant country, and because we can get most of the real news from that country unfiltered by our own socialists’s agenda, we can see how he is using whatever means necessary to bring the people of Venezuela under the heel of his despotic government. Why, just recently, he threatened his political opponent, calling him a pig and threatening to throw him in jail. Does that sound familiar? Of course, calling someone a pig in the US is hardly insulting. Calling them racist is far more comparable.
Socialists have no respect for the rule of law or the sacred traditions and liberties we preserve. They either do not understand why we cherish our right to speak our mind, to bear arms and shoot them at the bad guys, and cast our vote. If they do understand why we cherish these things, they are working hard to remove those traditions from our society so that they can impose their own utopic vision of hard-working people crushed under the heel of corruption and oppression in the name of “Justice”.
As an American, I swear an oath that I would see to it that socialism and everything like it is destroyed. We all do as we pledge allegiance to the flag, or really, the institution behind that flag, and institution that declares all men equal, endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights, among them life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I will not rest until every person who believes that righteousness can only come in the oppression of a class of people is convinced otherwise. I will not rest until every tongue that wags against our divine heritage of sacred liberty is stilled.
Obama is not new, although he does represent a type of “change” and “hope”. His change is a change from the American order, the order that has, despite all challenges, made more men free than any order in the history of the world, and has created more wealth than any order ever could. This order can assemble vast armies of unimaginable strength, bring them down to bear with crippling efficiency against our enemies, and yet leave the battlefield a happier place than when we found it.
And the “hope” of Obama? He simply hopes that the American people will be stupid enough to put him in a position of power, where perhaps he and others like him can once again institute the order of Kings, where people who believe they are appointed by God extract wealth from the lowly serfs and use it to hold extravagant parties. And when those rules stoop down to offer a penny to the poor, they do so as if they themselves created that penny and they themselves fed them with their own bread, when in truth, they are merely sharing a fraction of their spoils.
The more I get to know Obama the more I realize he isn’t much different from Marx, Lenin, Stalin, Pol Pot, Kim Il Seong, Castro, Chavez, and all the others. They believe that they can, somehow, do good in the world by doing a little evil first. They think that somehow those who create wealth are the destroyers of wealth, and that those who destroy it are its creators. While they may have noble intentions, or at least express noble intentions, their ends are all the same. Let me remind my readers of what those ends are. More dead than any wars ever fought over religion. More enslaved than any country could by force or trade. More demoralized than any general could ever hope to bring. More despair, more grief, more sadness, more, more, and more of what this world is only so willing to offer.
There is “hope” and “change”, real hope and change, but it is not in any man of this world. Not too long ago, a man who was conceived by a woman and a God descended to the earth, led a perfect life, exhorting all men to follow him and be perfect like him and his father. Then, in an ultimate act of mercy, he stooped lower still to break the bonds of death and hell that had enslaved all mankind. Today, he offers hope and change to any who will accept his name, turn their lives toward him and him alone, and simply practice the gospel he preached. And unlike all the false hopes and false changes that all the would-be gods and emperors and kings and lords of men, this message was real, and authentic, and powerful.
The hope and change he spread led directly to the American continent, where firm believers in his gospel decided to do away with the way of the earth and embrace equality and true justice and service as the ideals of government. These men, for the first time, put government beneath God, even beneath man. They elevated the poorest men, the most disabled and untalented, the lowest of all men above the highest of government offices. They put the power to create and destroy that government squarely in the hands of the people, with a charge to keep government within the bounds it was set in.
And that hope and change from the usual order led to what we have today. Today we are the richest country, both in material wealth and in spiritual wealth. We are happier, more productive, kinder and more charitable than any other race of men on the planet. We give more, we make more, we build more, we fix more, we do more than any other people.
We are what we are not because we have superior blood or heritage or our land is somehow better than any other land in the world. No, these things we freely admit are not the secrets to our success. Our secret is what we think and believe.
We believe that God created all man in his own image.
We believe that below man God put all other things in this world, and above the world God set man.
We believe that God instituted government to serve man, not man to serve government.
We believe that God gave each man individual rights and responsibilities, and that governments exist only because each man permits it to exist, and governments exist only for as long as each man permits it to.
We believe that freedom, not bondage, is the proper order of things. No scientist can ever describe the complexities of our human interactions any more than an astronomer could map the stars in the sky. And as such, no scientist or single man or group of men could ever hope to govern other men. It is the right way for each man to rely on himself and God to navigate this world and to secure for themselves their economic living and spiritual welfare.
We believe that government should be kept small lest it thinks itself superior. And we believe we have long ago permitted government to grow too far, and we have hardly been successful at making it any smaller.
We believe that those who believe that government has an answer that the people do not have believe that government confers mystical rights and powers, no different than the kings who believe they are ordained of God to rule over men and have a right by their kingship to abuse them. And we believe that the ultimate ends of forms of government that are based on such absurd ideas is misery.
At least, that’s what we used to believe in Washington State. Read our constitution, it’s all in there, in rather clear language.
And that’s why I reject the Democratic Party in our state and all those who align with it.