The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Saturday, March 27, 2010

The legitimacy of putrefied politics

The legitimacy of putrefied politics is simply the licensing of bad behavior by bad behavior. When ever a conservative member of the house or senate complains about the blatant and illegal practices of the progressive left, the accused simply needs to point out the facts that the conservatives have already used the same tactics somewhere before.

It makes no difference that the circumstance may have been greatly different and lacked the capacity or intentions to destroy an entire nation, but the damage was done, never the less, and credibility has been lost.

This is why it is so vitally important that we change the way we treat politicians in general. We can no longer tolerate politicians that can run on a campaign promise that they have no desire, intention or capability of keeping.

We have become completely anesthetized to the campaign lies and rhetoric of our politicians for way too many generations and it has come home to bite us. For proof, we need only to observe the parliamentary antics of the house or senate to see just how blatantly insubordinate our elected officials have become to the desires and wishes of the voters. The voters no longer count, except to be used as pawns to regain election, to keep pumping money into the well and to fill the military ranks.

Why is it not a treasonable offense to swear to uphold the laws of the land i.e. the Constitution of the United States of America and then in turn disobey and or even trash it on every turn?

Why are these public officials allowed to stay in office after willfully and blatantly breaking their solemn oath?

When did it become acceptable that our elected officials could become corrupt and use their position of power for ill gotten gains without fear of punitive action? Now day’s most corrupt officials hardly make any effort to hide their nefarious deeds because they know that there is no one in power who cares or who dares to point a finger.

Where is the overriding authority to ensure that these elected politicians do uphold the law and sworn oath of office?

Perhaps “We the People” need to read up on the Constitution and discover that it is “We the People” that are the ones who have the authorization “Vested by the Constitution” to oversee our elected officials and to hold them accountable for their actions.

Perhaps we will also learn that it was written in the Constitution, or rather “The Bill of Rights” by our wise forefathers, that “We the People” have the right to own and to bear arms in the event that our elected officials did become insubordinate and corrupt, in order that we may prevent tyranny and enslavement from our government.

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