Worldnet Dailyby Robert Ringer Posted: March 19, 2010 1:00 am Eastern
Some Republicans are still concerned that if they don't go along with the Obamafia drive to completely trash the Constitution, the Dems will pound away at the theme that they are the "the party of no."
And they're right â€“ they will. But rather than fearing the label, Republicans should embrace it. If the Republican Party intends to get back to its pro-Constitution, free-market, small-government, low-spending roots, it should be proud to be called The Party of No.
The White House says that its main problem during BHO's first year in office is that it has not been good enough at getting its message across. Really? Trust me, White House, you've been quite good at getting your message across. So good that a majority of the populace now clearly understands that you want to transform America into a socialist â€“ perhaps even a communist â€“ nation.
The people who have to do better at getting their message across are the Republicans. They should have the courage to say boldly and unequivocally, "That's correct. We are the party of no, and we're proud of it. No to socialized medicine â€¦ no to more bailouts â€¦ no to government takeover of private companies â€¦ no to radicals being appointed to high positions in government â€¦ no to government involvement in the Internet â€¦ no to government snooping on private citizens â€¦ no, no, no."
In addition, they should invite the progressives in their own party to become Democrats. Republicans need to clear their tent to make room for the tea-party people, who are far more popular than either of the major parties. Free advice to Republicans: If you want to get elected, listen to what the tea-party people are saying. And what they're saying is: No!
Republicans do not need to come up with another version of "health-care reform." What they need is to insist that the government get completely out of the health-care business. And they can start that process by proposing that all regulations preventing the purchase of health care across state lines be abolished. The majority of Americans don't want new laws; they want most of the laws that are now on the books repealed.
Since BHO's favorability rating still hovers near 50 percent, one has to assume that those who give him a favorable rating are either totally uninformed or are hard-core socialists. My guess is that the latter group comprises somewhere between 25 to 30 percent of Americans. Admittedly, that's a rather depressing figure, but, thankfully, it's still a minority.
The good news is that all hell is breaking loose around the media-perpetrated lie known as "Barack Hussein Obama": Appointees who are communists, who look to Mao for inspiration and who want to sterilize people against their will; so-called stimulus bills that succeed only in stimulating unemployment; terrorists being Mirandized and afforded the same rights as U.S. citizens; an in-your-face determination to foist some form of government-controlled health care and cap-and-trade legislation on the American people against their will â€¦ the list is endless.
On top of all this, five Democrats have decided not to run for re-election, including Evan Bayh. Though he tried to sugarcoat his decision, Bayh's comments made it clear that he believes BHO and his progressive allies in Congress are not kosher, to say the least.
I'm not a conspiracy type guy, but I do know that far-left radicals have made it clear since at least the days of Vladimir Lenin that anything â€“ including, and especially, lying â€“ is justified in the pursuit of ends they deem to be desirable â€“ which is why I keep warning readers to be on the lookout for an event that would justify a phony state of emergency.
There's no way to predict what that event might be, because the possibilities are endless. Remember, the government used a hurricane â€“ Katrina â€“ to justify taking guns away from law-abiding citizens. What in the name of hell does a hurricane have to do with a law-abiding citizen owning a gun, other than the fact that his need to protect himself and his family is greater if thugs are roaming the streets, looting and pillaging?
The Katrina excuse was phony, as will be the excuse for a national state of emergency, should it become a reality. For example, if Iran nukes Israel, and Israel nukes Iran in return, that could easily be used as a justification for declaring a state of emergency in the U.S. and suspending the 2010 elections.
It would, of course, be a totally unjustifiable excuse, but Der Fuhrbama and his fascists cohorts would not hesitate to use it â€“ as always, accompanied by an endless stream of lies â€“ to avoid becoming the minority in the House and Senate.
Numerous e-mails from WorldNetDaily.com readers make it clear that I am not the only one who is concerned about a state of emergency being declared. I am becoming more and more convinced that another civil war is on the horizon for the United States of America. It's time for those who believe in freedom to come to grips with the reality that the divide between liberty and tyranny is irreconcilable.
The good guys have the numbers (around 70-30), but the bad guys have the military â€“ which means that our freedom may boil down to whether or not the military will move against American citizens when ordered to do so or turn on their socialist commander in chief.
In a nutshell: Don't be among the hopelessly naÃ¯ve. Stay alert and be prepared â€“ for anything. Make that anything.