Monday, August 30, 2010

...true given authority

It can be seen in today's society that nothing is apolitical. Whether it be religion, school, Barack Obama, or the Tea Party, none are out of range.

The endless rhetoric of racism and bigotry can be heard in resolve to the mere truth of disagreement. It is ideological in my belief that America itself was founded on grounds of disagreement. Was it not a disagreement that stirred rebellion by the colonials against their faraway overlords?

Why must one use such rhetoric as a defense against opposition? While I am of a definite political bias, the mere idea that my opposing views on any matter are not racist but of a view of the First Amendment. The same accusers are also the very elected officials that are appointed of, for, and by the people. Therefore, We the people are the true given authority.

These same officials tend to treat us as if we were mere imbeciles. Most everyone in the elitist league and consider themselves as overlords, and not elected officials. Take Baron Hill, he has the nerve to tell us not to tell him how to run his office. Yet he has no problem in telling others how to run theirs. Those in the likes of Mr. Hill, just find themselves out of work much like the many constituents that are unemployed as well.

If you oppose the views of Barack Obama, then you are a racist. The same goes for the Rangel matter of ethics violations. If you disagree, you are un-American, racist, and uneducated. That is how they see us.

Some might disagree with me, call me racist, and abhor my beliefs. Yet I am citizen sovereign in my own right. As are you. The Constitution is the guarantor of this right. Does the Constitution not state the fact that it is of, for, and by the people?

I don't blame the President for his agenda, and the actions related. He is but a mere man in a position of prestige. The real power broker just happens to be Congress. The elected representatives in these houses are able to counter any and all activity by the sitting President. Are they not?

Yet I do blame the President for his race-baiting. He has the inept ability to hide behind the nation's past racial and social tensions. He accuses all that oppose him of being anti-government. Has he ever thought that he might just be wrong? What am I thinking, of course not!

Somewhere in his life he began to hate America and all aspects of life within such. Is there anything short of the total destruction of our nation that would appease him? At times I find myself wondering if he was brokering our sovereignty to the likes of the United Nations, and the likes.

Not to let all blame fall upon the the left-leaning President, I find fault in the other members of our elected officials. Those in position of people granted authority such as Senators and Representatives, are also to blame. The current fault is upon the heads of Democrats. The Democrats are in an overwhelming headship of the majority in all houses, including the WhiteHouse.

This being said, why is it that these same headships want blame others for uncanny inability to forward their hard-pressed agenda? They always throw blame upon the lackluster minority members. That is where the bi-partisan antics begin. It doesn't really matter which party is in control, the partisan politics begin.

The Republicans had their chance in years past and all they did was momentary and their own partisan agendas were pushed. The truth is they are all the same, a duopoly, you might say. Two branches of the same party. Do they ever relinquish the real authority? Well maybe the headship, but not without backroom dealings of earmarks and committee seats.

So, in conclusion I ponder the idea of We the people...

We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

What a masterful sense of the word. We the People says it all. What does it say to you? To make reason of my bantering, We the People are the one and only authority, with the blessing of God Almighty.


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