Friday, December 26, 2014

Welcome to the Party of Government, the Only Political Party in the USA

You think you have a choice, Democrat or Republican. They are entirely different, are they not? Democrats want to raise government revenue by raising tax rates, thus increasing tax revenue by targeting the most prosperous. They want to redistribute these funds back into the USA in the form of services like education, social services, corporate bailouts, infrastructure, the war in Afghanistan, and other projects. This is completely different from Republicans. The GOP wants to raise taxes by lowering tax rates, broadening the tax base, and growing the economy. Republicans want to redistribute these funds back into the USA in the form of services like education, social services, corporate bailouts, infrastructure, wars, and other projects. Democrats want to focus on controlling the way you do business, and how you spend your money by regulating most industries. Republicans focus on passing laws focused on controlling your personal lives, such as laws against placing unauthorized substances in your bodies. Both parties support the taking of control over your lives from you and granting it to us at the government. Both parties support the taking of increasing amounts of money from you people for our purposes; they only differ on the method. A vote for one of the two parties is a vote for bigger, stronger government. You only get to choose the method of growth, or the method by which we further erode your freedoms.

Consider one of your recent presidential elections. The fact that McCain and Obama had remarkably similar Senate voting records is a strong indicator of the similarities between each party’s nominee. Any review of recent history will indicate that Obama’s behavior in office increasingly resembles that of his predecessor. Do you really think McCain would have been all that different? McCain and Obama’s primary difference began and ended in their rhetoric. 

What this boils down to is each party selling you Americans different justifications to reach the same end. Our end. That way people of different political views will vote for and enthusiastically support causes that benefit us. It is a rather brilliant strategy. The USSR attempted to run elections within an overtly single party state, and they failed. There's an old corporate trick of marketing the same product under different brand names to appeal to different markets; GM has mastered this and simultaneously capitalized on several different consumer bases. The not-so-obvious-merging-of-the-two-parties method we at the US Federal Government are currently employing is working even better; we in Government have made both political parties our two primary marketing arms, harnessing support from persons of all different views and focusing it on us, entirely for our greater empowerment.  You have no real choice among candidates other than to support our agenda at the Government, and you people are too stupid to realize it.  Keep on fighting with those in the other party; it keeps you people motivated and ultimately fighting for us, and donate your time and $ to us.

You Americans are left with just one party; the party of government. The Government Party supports an ever increasing Federal Government in terms of function, size, revenue, and power exercised over the US civilian population. We may say otherwise, but actions speak louder than words.

Now you know why nothing ever changes no matter who you people elect. Our man always wins.

A lady asked Dr. Franklin Well Doctor what have we got a republic or a monarchy — "A republic," replied the Doctor, "if you can keep it."
- Anonymous, from Farrand's Records of the Federal Convention of 1787

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