The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Divide and conquer

Reading some of the rhetoric by conservatives I often have to wonder, when will folks get over the "you have got to be religious to be a good man" crap? I know some democrats as well as independents that are religious and some democrats are actually good people. I also prefer to believe that I am one of the good guys and I don’t have to pay a preacher off in order to claim it.

I think that religion has gotten to be another divider of the people only overshadowed by the folks who use racism to keep us divided. Never forget the great military strategy of divide and conquer, it works just as well, if not much better, in politics.

As long as the two parties are allowed to blame each other for our woes or as long as we think that being religious or not being religious are superior, we will never see any improvements in society or our government. It is the great politico scheme, and I don't see any real difference in the two parties, unless you can come up with two separate words that both mean fraudsters and cheats.

The solution to America's problems is not going to rely on which party is in office, but in how the American people can overcome the present one party system of corruption. Yes, there is good people in both parties and a lot of good people who aren’t in either party.

However, the most urgent problem that American's needs to solve is how to get rid of the presidential impostor now in office, stop the terrible machine that he has managed to set up so far and prevent him from implementing any more of his sinister plan. Obama came very close to pulling off his coup and he still might if we can't find a way to stop him from using the lame duck congress to finish his nefarious deeds.

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