Why the republicans lost

The republicans lost because they ignored the youthful base which was highly energized, and wanted Ron Paul to be their leader. Once Ron Paul was shunned at the RNC by John Boehner and the other crony establishment republicans, the stage was set, and Mitt Romney was destined to lose.

Many of the youthful republicans who wanted to see a real change during the elections then switched over to the libertarian campaign for Gary Johnson, seeing no real difference between the republican and democrat candidates.

The republicans lost because they are warmongering fascists who deal in backroom deals and pats on the back to push their agendas. The democrats winning has nothing to do with socialism. It has everything to do with both sides playing the ‘lesser of two evils’ card, and both ultimately losing.

Don’t be a sore loser, remember all the things I told you about both candidates and parties, and go out there and look up the information. If we really want to make a difference, we must be informed, and we must learn to pay attention to the youthful voters. The college kids who voted for Obama would also have voted for Ron Paul had he been nominated, citing his anti-war stance and social acceptance on internal issues. Whenever a party ignores its youthful and energetic base, it is destined to lose a campaign.

Another reason the republicans lost is due to the Tea Party losing its way. The Tea Party had a tremendous impact on the 2010 elections, citing fiscally conservative and constitutional minded principles. During this 2012 election cycle the Tea Party became burdened by the republican party line, and forgot its limited government roots. It swung its support behind a man who showed little to no difference to the standing president, and ultimately we have all paid the price for the ignorance of the members towing the party line. Instead of concentrating on local issues and adhering to its fiscally conservative and constitutional principles, the Tea Party put all its effort into the ‘anybody but Obama’ campaign  and ultimately paid the price for its lack of vision.

The way forward is not to try and impeach Obama, or complain about voter fraud. Remember that many of Obama’s policies are based off George W Bush’s big republican spending and war policies. And remember that Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital bought into some of the companies controlling the voting machines after he became the nominee. The problem we have is on both sides of the isle. But since the democrats are too far gone, we must evaluate the republicans, and do what we can do ensure they do what they are supposed to do, and that is to limit government interference in our lives, and to limit spending.

Do not start infighting among yourselves, and do not be sore losers. Do not shout insults and fraud at Obama and his supporters. Obama won the fight fair and square purely off the ‘lesser of two evils’ card, and not because he’s a foreign Muslim Marxist extremist hell bent on destroying America. If you think about it, even if half of that is true, it doesn’t resonate well with the general voting populace because it just sounds darn right nutty. The reason I so strongly supported Ron Paul is because his message resonated with voters from all backgrounds; democrat, republican, black, white, socialist leaning, fascist leaning, he appealed to everyone on some level, and he meant what he said, and you could tell that through his speeches.

The republicans have a lot to learn if they want to get back into power again. But for now we have to keep an eye on Obama, control spending locally, and spread the message of liberty. This fire is only just getting started, and we are going to need to work harder than ever to secure peace, free markets and liberty.

Oh, and dare I suggest ‘Rand Paul 2016’?

A real debate

The propaganda in the United States is so thick, so rampant, so all consuming, that until you unplug yourself from the television, and disconnect from your previous assumptions  you will never awake to the reality that both parties are essentially the same, and that both presidential candidates are bought and paid for corporate stooges.

The whole idea that Barack Obama is a socialist is laughable at this point. I mean; so what? Sure he might be, sure his beliefs might lean that way, but who cares? Do you not think that Obama has been painted as a socialist, and Romney as a capitalist just to give the media talking points and to distract and divide the public? When you look at the numbers; Obama’s administration has been little more than a continuation of big government Bush era policies. When it comes down to it he is little more than a bought and paid puppet. By comparison; so is Mitt Romney. Neither candidate stands for freedoms or capitalism. Both are corporatists who crave money and power.

It truly is shocking to realize that both candidates are just pawns in a bigger chess game, and that the voting public are little more than mindless sheep who have been led to believe that there is a difference, and that if they don’t vote for the lesser of two evils; they will bring about an end to freedom. What they don’t realize is that by voting for the lesser of two evils in the past; they have brought about the end of freedom already.

Freedom is dead. You’d better wake up soon and start fighting for it, otherwise it will never come back. The fight for freedom goes far beyond party differences. You must wake from within first.

The following link is a transcript from a real presidential debate between Gary Johnson and Jill Stein:

http://ivn.us/editors-blog/2012/10/19/jill-stein-and-gary-johnson-debate-transcript/

So while you’re watching the debate tonight just look to see if the two candidates talk about these things:

Ending the wars

Balancing the budget in 2013

Ending the Federal Reserve

Restoring a Gold Standard currency

Restoring our civil liberties and freedoms

Repealing the patriot act, the NDAA act, the TSA and homeland security

Cutting out agencies that are needless and too expensive

Or how about just having a basic plan to balance the budget right now, instead of allowing a monetary collapse or a wider war in the middle east.

I doubt any of this will be covered. But go ahead and get upset at Obama for ignoring Romney, or annoyed at Mitt for not pushing Obama. They’re both sellouts and they don’t care about you, me, or this country. They care about money and power and nothing else.

So if you’re planning on watching the debate; try watching it from an unbiased viewpoint, with the constitution in mind, and you’ll soon see that everything going on right now from the contenders to the media is all a huge chess game with you and everyone else as a pawn.

The battle for freedom will not be won by partisan hacks or politics as usual. It will not be won by democrats or republicans. The real debates won’t be left vs right, but will be about individuals vs the state. Freedom will be won by those who stick to principles.

Talking about my generation

My generation is now experiencing first hand the fall out of bad governance, crony corporatism, special interests, and interventionism.

My generation is growing up into an encroaching police state. Our country is completely divided, while some people cling to the left, and some people cling to the right. But the problems lie much deeper than that.

Our currency is now completely off the gold standard and is now backed by nothing. This fiat currency loses more and more value every day. Never in human history has a country survived on fiat currancy alone. Our 41’st anniversary with fiat currency just went by.

To go along with the fiat currancy, we also have an unprecedented amount of debt. Never in human history has a country accumulated so much debt. And all nations that do not resolve their debt problems go into decline.

Wars are expensive. Not only are they bloody and brutal, but the costs of maintaining them always drags down a nation’s wealth and resources. As of right now, we have over one hundred military bases around the world, and are engaged in a number of conflicts. Including the war in Afghanistan, and using drones and hellfire missiles to kill people in Pakistan and many other middle eastern and African countries.

Our elections are now completely fraudulent. In the 2000 presidential election we caught our first taste of this. And during the primaries this year, there have been many reports and law suits filled over the GOP’s handling of the nomination process. There are accusations of Ron Paul’s votes being counted as Romney’s, and counties that weren’t even allowed to vote. It seems that the GOP can’t even play by its own rules.

With my generation the buck stops here. We are no longer able to tollerate the charade of political deception being played by the establishment and enshrined in the media.

When I came to this country, I learned a lot about freedom and individual liberties. It’s the kind of knowledge that once you know, you don’t forget. In fact, once you know it, you begin to espouse it, and you can’t stop talking about it. Once you know what true liberty and freedom is, it gets stuck in your veins, and you’ll fight to maintain it.

When I first moved here, and after the 2008 elections, I tuned in to fox news and discovered Glenn Beck. Up until the beginning of this year I loved the guy and everything that he stood for. But then things stopped adding up. Something seemed wrong to me. Some of the actions he was taking and things he was saying didn’t make sense, they didn’t add up. I felt like he was going against the very principles he stood for. After discovering these things, I came to the conclusion that he is either completely miscalculating with the information he receives, or that he is an agent of misinformation, here to take our thoughts and upsets at the government, and flip them right back around to continue the establishment, to further their agendas. The problem with people like Glenn Beck is that while they are right in most aspects. They are also wrong in many others, and this leads us into a false dichotomy, and does nothing to help our reasoning skills. Always take what you hear from others with a pinch of salt, don’t take it as prophesy.

One of the biggest problems we have is that our media establishment is completely bias. I’ve heard the Tea Party and Glenn Beck complain for years now that the liberal media is bias. Now where I don’t dispute that, I would point out that FOX News and many of the other ‘conservative’ news channels are bias also. In fact all the liberal and conservative channels are all geared toward the big government and big brother agenda in one way or another. All they have to do is get you to argue about trivial issues, and you end up missing the point entirely.

Corruption is rife in this country. Of course no country is void of it, but you see it even on a local level here. There are very few politicians in power who do not accept lobbying from one group or another. Congress is now no longer concerned with our well being, but completely concerned with furthering their own interests, their own profits and their own convoluted agendas.

The corrupt politicians, the crony businessmen, the sold out media, and all the special interests groups are all working hand in hand for their own agendas, while looting the wealth of the nation. This is a cycle that cannot continue and will collapse in on itself, taking many innocent people with it. If we cannot put a stop to it, we will go down as a nation, whether we self destruct as a police state, or fall into total anarchy, our future looks extremely bleak, if we continue on our present path.

So where do we go from here? And what can we do about it? How can we fix these problems?

For all their current faults I still admire The tea party. I like it when groups of people get together and try to hammer out solutions to pressing problems. The local tea party groups in my area have had much success at the state and local level.

I believe that the future of this country is to build from the ground up at local levels. To elect new congressmen and new senators. To go across the isle and vote for both democrat and republican candidates, based on their knowledge of the constitution and their explanations of how they would roll back government.

And finally, the best thing you can do as an individual is to speak out and build a better tomorrow. If more voices come into the fray, then our debates get livelier, and we can weed out the ideas that don’t work and find more common ground.

The problems that face my generation are unprecedented in our country’s history. It is no longer a simple case of voting for one side or the other. It will take a great deal of effort and awakening by the older generations to help steer our country back onto the path of liberty and prosperity.

Learn about the constitution, and have the guts to stand up for what is right, don’t just go along with the crowd or the establishment. The stance that you make and show to the younger generation will make a lasting impression. Remember that the future is always built, by the up and coming generation. So together, lets make sure we make it a good one!