Posted by: Debby Durkee | August 11, 2010

Socialists versus the people.

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Socialists versus the people.

Tony Blankley says that a newly-elected GOP majority would go about dismantling the socialistic structure Obama and Pelosi Democrats have erected since 2007 – as long as their majority is large enough to do that. He fears if Americans aren’t heard in D.C. things could get rocky. This is from http://www.realclearpolitics.com/.

…a majority GOP, driven powerfully by the unambiguous vox populi of such an election, almost certainly would go about trying to repeal Obamacare and put serious, current-fiscal-year spending cuts into place — necessarily including “entitlements.” Republicans would try to reduce some taxes and start serious oversight of federal regulatory intrusions into traditional American freedoms — including a powerful pushback on administration regulatory efforts on climate change, illegal immigration and other left-wing agenda items. With sufficient votes in the Senate, they would block future liberal judicial appointments — from the trial court to the Supreme Court.

If they didn’t go all-out for such a basic conservative agenda in 2011 after such an election as is possible, Republican Party leaders would know that across the nation, even 50-year party regulars such as I would walk out and seek a third party to carry out the people’s business.  Snip –

…if the upcoming election results fail for any reason (including GOP campaign incompetence) to empower the public’s overwhelming desire to stop and reverse the “fundamental transformation” of the United States — I suspect the country will be rocked to its core within the following months and few years.  Snip –

It is insufferable (and will not long be suffered) to be lectured to and imposed upon by a ruling class that loathes our nation’s history, values and accomplishments; by those who are not, in fact, our genuine betters. They are neither better educated nor more profoundly morally versed.

In fact, they are our intellectual and moral inferiors — not superiors. Constantly grinning Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan didn’t think the Declaration of Independence’s proclamation that human beings “are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights” should in any way affect her understanding of our constitutional rights — presumably, if any.  Snip –

…the gap between the consciousness of “we socialists” and “we the people” can be seen in the assertion by some liberals recently that the president’s collapse in the polls is part of this current reaction to events is but a passing thing. If they think that, they understand nothing of the forces they have unleashed by their tragically imprudent effort to fundamentally transform our country.

In 1856, Frenchman Alexis de Tocqueville, in analyzing the causes of his country’s revolution, observed, “Evils which are patiently endured when they seem inevitable become intolerable when once the idea of escape from them is suggested.”

Blankley argues that once Americans saw what Obama meant by “transformational change” – they revolted and will continue to revolt if they aren’t heard and things don’t become American again.

Now that we who cling to our liberty know we are a majority — and potentially a very large majority — we are aroused to the defense of our ancient rights — and we will not slacken in our efforts until that repulsive plan for transformation has been expurgated from the body politic…

The Democrats have unknowingly awakened a sleeping giant known as the American people. These people plan to take their country back for their children and grandchildren’s sakes. Get to the polls in November. This is the most significant election of our lifetime. Read it all here: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2010/08/11/we_socialists_vs_we_the_people_106699.html

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