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I'm a fiscal conservative (not a Repub) and I don't care much for Liberal spending policies and before you bring Bush and his spending into this, I didn't have much time for his fiscal policies. Obama is a little on the scary side with his bailouts, fingers in banking, the auto industry and health care. I have no time for liberal spending policies. Our country wasn't founded with the idea that everyone would be taken care of by government . And, I really did find liberals under rocks. I'm a little old and crippled now but if I can, I'll catch one of the slithering creatures to show you.
As for socialists under my bed, I thought Obama rounded them all up and gave them government jobs handing out benefits to other socialists that don't care much for working. I'll check under my bed tonite. Hope my tinfoil hat doesn't fall off.
Truth be told, one doesn't have to look for conspiracies. The American public has become so stupid, those in power don't have to hide anything they do. Both Republicans and Democrats have been operating right out in the open for all to see. Remember NAFTA and GATT and how they would improve our economy, improve life for Mexicans. that worked out well didn't it. They used that to ship most of our American industry over seas. Then there's Iraq, Afghanistan, Global Warming, the taking over of banking, the auto industry and health care is in the works. Sleep on.
I've said this on here many times before. They (the politicians) don't respect us. Maybe we should teach them to fear us. As coarse as that may sound, the thought is straight from the Founding Fathers. We shouldn't expect good government. We should demand good government.
As for voting them out, that will never happen as long as we have two major political parties. Republican or Democrat, they aren't interested in anything but their own power base and getting the money to power it. I probably won't live to see real change but at some point in the future, this State and this Nation will get a cleaning out, from top to bottom and it won't be pretty for some.
"Section 2. Political Powers - All power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority and instituted for their peace, safety and happiness. For the advancement of these ends they have at all times an inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform or abolish their government in such manner as they may think proper."
"in such manner as they may think proper." It says nothing about being legal, something the corrupt government would surely claim was illegal. It leaves it up to the people.
Some claim the courts would have to be involved but the courts are part of the problem and they should also be abolished, clear up to and including the PA. Supreme Court. If our Pennsylvania Courts were on the up and up, we wouldn't have the problems we have.
How about a petition of registered voters demanding the PA. Legislature, the Governor and the Courts step down. If they don't the people have the Right to change,alter,reform or ABOLISH as they see fit. I see no limits as to what actions the people may take.