False Hopes and Reality

In today’s Detroit News, Daniel Howes discusses the National Summit to chart a collaborative course for the future amid what has become the creative destruction of Detroit and its defining auto industry.  His optimism is admirable.

Unfortunately, in the face of the Obama dictatorship, ACORN’s corruption of the voter rolls (for control of future elections), the Courts refusals to allow proper purging and voter identification/verification, and Obama’s ability to control redistricting through the 2010 census, I find little to be positive about.

The Fascists (i.e. defined as people who worship government as god) in Washington and Lansing will relentlessly grind our country into dust as they secure more power for themselves – in essence creating an untouchable aristocracy, will expand government, and raise taxes.

The brain dead politicians in Lansing will never properly structure the state budget. 

Add that to the fact that I’ve been fighting this creeping Fascism threatening our country for 44 years, see no way to reverse these trends, particularly since the citizens of our country have been indoctrinated by the "public education system" to believe government is god and should not be constrained (irrespective of our Constitution that provides for a LIMITED government), I’m just tired – tired of fighting people who just want to be parasites sucking the life-blood out of everyone else.  People who feel entitled to the work product of others while doing little to no work themselves.

Ayn Rand was prophetic in "Atlas Shrugged".  You should read it if you haven’t already.

As soon as I can, I will be moving back to the land of my birth and, like the mountain men of old, will just seek to escape the ravages of the insanity that is called government in this country.  I just hope I can find an escape to a place like the one developed by John Gault, where people work together under the philosophy of mutual respect and, as Gault puts it, "I swear by my life and my love of it that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine."

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