The ‘Lesser Of Two Evils’ Con-Game

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  1. poncho

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    The moral relativism of the “lesser of two evils” philosophy has been draining the heart and soul of America for decades. Many of us in the Liberty Movement understand that it is nothing new, and have come to expect the abusive and emaciated logic it entails from time to time. However, over the course of the past year it has become apparent to me that the talking points and propaganda that drive the hypocritical worldview are being utilized on an even grander scale than ever before. This fact struck me quite sharply while attending a local GOP Lincoln/Reagan dinner event while I was attempting to gauge the overall danger our country would be facing from potential RINO (Republican In Name Only) sellouts as well as what our hopes were for a possible political solution at the local and state level. The “conservative” rally was, to say the least, disappointing.

    One thing that stood out plainly at this event, though, was that there was an overall template; an action plan, a message that had been pre-engineered. Someone had sent out a memo, or an email, or a guide, or perhaps beamed talking points directly into the cyborg brains of these political hacks. Their rhetoric was repetitive and uniform and dry like elbow skin. The demand was clearly stated; regardless of who won the Republican Primaries, no matter how unprincipled, how unconstitutional, how despicable, it was our “duty” as conservatives to back them through the national elections. Obama and the Democrats had to be defeated at all costs…

    Now, one of the first tenets or rules that a person learns when delving into the Liberty Movement is that there is no such thing as political parties in America today. There are no conflicting interests in Washington D.C. There is no “grand battle” between left and right for the minds of the masses. It is a sham. A con. A fantasy. A false paradigm.

    In reality, the leaderships of both fraudulent parties support essentially the same methodology, and that methodology could be summarized thus: Centralize everything, globalize everything, control everything, grow government power, reduce the effectiveness of the citizenry, turn the public against each other, rob them while they’re distracted. If an American does not understand this dynamic and how it is used to dominate the ebb and flow of our culture, then that American knows nothing. He is lost…

    CONTINUE . . .
     
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    True, but not going to change without a shooting revolution.

    Better to teach your kids how to live with life the way you find it.
     
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    That's the wonderful part of living in the USA today. We don't have to teach our kids to live as slaves to a criminal elite. The schools are doing it for us.

    We can all just lay back and the let the bad times roll baby!

    I do have to say though Bill from what I have been reading lately most of the posters here do agree with you on this point.
     
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    Well I would certainly be one who doesn't agree with him on that point. :laugh:

    I continue to think it shameful the way conservatives continue to allow the behind the scene power brokers to pimp them.
     
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    I would agree with the article, Poncho. BUT, so what do you suggest we do in November. Vote for some 3rd party who can't win? or vote for someone who is marginally better than the incumbent?

    or would you suggest another alternative and what would it be?
     
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    Wonderful!!! :applause: :thumbs:
     
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    :applause:
     
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    First of all I would suggest we look at the national election for what it is. A shameful sham. It's a horse race where all the horses are owned by the same people. The banksters and corporitos! We lose even if we "win".

    Then I would suggest the "unthinkable" set it out. Neither of these "candidates" are worthy of our votes. Demand something better! Now, does this mean evil will triumph? Of course it does but evil will triumph if we take part in the sham. Not only will it triumph if we take part in the sham it will be triumphant with our help!

    Start at the bottom and work our way up. Stop trying to make changes from the top down. It hasn't worked in the past and there is no sane reason to believe it will work in the future.

    Start by electing a dog catcher that will honor his oath and go from there. Elect a mayor that will honor his oath to protect and defend the constitution instead of the UN Earth Charter!!!

    A refusal to vote, or a vote for a third party, is not a vote for Obama, or a vote for Romney, but a vote against the charade.

    There is no such thing as a “lesser evil”. Either a candidate follows the path of truth and honor, or he does not. If he does, he deserves our support. If he does not, or if both candidates are criminals, then they both must be tossed to the wayside. Just because the system has deliberately limited our choices does not mean we are required to participate in the flim-flam.

     
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    Do you believe that what is left of the Republic will last long enough to make it happen?
     
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    Best post of anyone on this board in a long time. :applause:
     
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    I believe the republic was lost long ago but that doesn't mean we have to give up and keep "crawling towards servitude".

    Does it?
     
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    Nope. And one of the reasons I have said there's no need to vote for the anti-Christ on the left or the ant-Christ on the right is (1) because they are both anti-Christs and (2) both sides are being puppeted by the international banking masters.

    Yet some Christians have the audacity to justify voting for one of them because they are voting for a pastor-in-chief.
     
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    Anyone is fooling themselves if they think either of the two major parties is more apt to change than the other.

    In another thread I pointed out the basic mathematics that diffuses a "vote for a third party" or "a non-vote" is a vote for Obama. Even then people disgrees, but provided no corresponding math to counter my point.

    The truth is that both parties are rotten to the core and we defile ourselves by thinking either has our best interest (evangelical Chrisitians) at heart. This means I agree with poncho...the apocalypse must be upon us. ;)
     
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    Don't worry I'm sure we'll still be able to disagree about something in the future. :smilewinkgrin:
     

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