Tuesday, October 29, 2013

54. It’s One or the Other

Like it or not, we have a 2-party political system in this country.  Some countries divide up votes and representation among several competing political parties, and occasionally we’ll have Independents or Libertarians in the Congress, but it’s time to face the fact:  it’s either Republican or Democrat when it comes to control in our government.  I really like many Libertarian ideas, and there are parts of the Republican platform that I wish weren’t there.  Too bad.  Boo Hoo.  Get over it.


The issue this election can be, in my opinion, defined very simply:  either we vote to continue the path of government control over our lives through the Progressive Movement that President Obama and the Democrats represent; or we choose to take back responsibility for our lives and governance.  Gov. Romney was not my first choice for President, but I know in my heart that the way to freedom in America is NOT thru Obama and the Democrats.  I am willing to risk voting for Mitt Romney, and trust that he and Paul Ryan will work to stop America’s decline into socialism.  Over time, we should work to identify more citizens with integrity that will lead based on this country’s founding principles.  But if we are going to change the course of our country it must begin with this election and we have got to get the Democrats out of power to do it.  In order for them to be out of power, Republicans must take over the majority of the seats in the House of Representatives and the Senate, and they have to win the Presidency. That is the only way that legislation can be passed to stop Obamacare, Agenda 21, and the indoctrination of our country into socialism.  And the ONLY way to do that, like it or not, is to vote for Republicans.


If you think that it’s more virtuous to hold to your principles as a Libertarian and cast your vote for Gary Johnson, well guess what—you just voted for Barack Obama and the Democrats.  If you just can’t bring yourself to vote for Mitt Romney or your Republican candidate and choose to not vote at all, guess what—you just voted for Barack Obama and the Democrats.  So unless you WANT to vote for Barack Obama and the Democrats, just this once at least, vote for Mitt Romney and the Republicans.  That’s it, that’s the way it is, ain’t no other way, hold your nose if you must… get over it… I’m just sayin’…

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