Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Gridlock in Congress and what it generates

Isaac Newton once said, "For every action there is an opposite but equal reaction!"


I tend to be a moderate independent in my voting and vote not by party but by what I think will be best in the short term and in the long term for my country, my nation.

And the gridlock in congress against both the liberal and conservative agenda has an unlikely foe. The Tea Party gang including militias arming for the next rebellion. I find it very strange but just like when there is a ice jam in a river along comes something to break it up. If world bankers and world businessmen choose to create gridlock and logjams they should watch out for the pissed off tea party people. They are really pissed and getting more scary every day.

At this point it doesn't matter whether they are right, wrong or deluded. Only time will tell about that. However, they are armed and growing and appear to be a force to be reckoned with more and more. And if they elect Sarah Palin as President expect skeet shooting on the whitehouse lawn and more people shot in the face like Cheney Accidentally did.

Tuesday Feb 16th 7:51 am

As I began to think more about what is happening regarding the Tea Party Movement I decided to write more about it. Here is a quote from the same article from top of this blog article.

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The Tea Party movement has become a platform for conservative populist discontent, a force in Republican politics for revival, as it was in the Massachusetts Senate election, or for division. But it is also about the profound private transformation of people like Mrs. Stout, people who not long ago were not especially interested in politics, yet now say they are bracing for tyranny.

These people are part of a significant undercurrent within the Tea Party movement that has less in common with the Republican Party than with the Patriot movement, a brand of politics historically associated with libertarians, militia groups, anti-immigration advocates and those who argue for the abolition of the Federal Reserve. end quote.

I see this as a reaction to the direct manipulation of people's rights in the U.S. , Europe and throughout the world by Banks and Corporations. As people's rights and resources have been stolen, manipulated and now lost it makes sense that populists, libertarians, militia Groups etc. would be outraged.

The unfortunate thing I see in all this is that these well meaning people are being manipulated by Fox News, Glen Beck etc. to do whatever their ends actually are. I question the motives of Rupert Murdock who owns Fox News, for example. What is he actually trying to accomplish through the likes of Fox News and Glen Beck?

When you just try to knock down the status quo and make people panic and turn against the government what is actually accomplished by that? When you make Fox News a fomentor of revolution "What good is that?" When any media corporation foments revolution for whatever reason it's motivations and values need to be scrutinized more fully by all the people. Otherwise, they eventually become the government. Do we really want to be a government of the corporation, by the corporation and for the corporation? Or are we already there?

If we are there then of the people, by the people and for the people is over! Because corporations could care less about individual rights. Money is the only thing that drives the existence of corporations in the end. You're an intelligent person. Think about it!

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