Monday, August 29, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
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Thursday, August 18, 2011
Many people who are living in our society today are of the idea that the best thing that could happen is to have the government to take more control of our lives. They accept the notion that it is OK to relinquish certain rights and liberties so as to allow the government dictate certain aspects in everyone's lives. This, by any means, is not conventional wisdom and flies in the face of what America was founded on and what the word freedom means to many of us.
Freedom is best ascribed for man in the following way, to be left alone, to pursue one's own ends for one's own motives. It is said that it should up to the individual to determine what is best for him in his life. I believe that many would agree that many of the rights we have as human beings are God given and they cannot be taken away by anyone, organization or governmental body.
If our society would take a closer look at society itself, take a moment to figure out what is going on in then people would be absolutely amazed at how deep the deception is. Yes there is a deception going on. This is occurring openly on an unknowing general public for political as well as state power. I am quite sure that most see the way our government is behaving in an unfavorable light, and it's nothing less than despicable. We have government officials embroiled in: tax evasion, pay for play, lying, obfuscation, disregard for the constitution, enforcing their personal belief systems so as to be fair or fairer to one group over another. This is no way for man or government to be and certainly is no way for men in power to behave. As it is, it should not be an acceptable practice that the most corrupt few tell everyone else how to live, what to do, and in the process usurp natural freedoms.
If man were true to righteousness then we would have fair and just systems in place. Those systems would never fail and the reason would be because man's purity and obligation to do good. However, this is not the case, man is not pure, he is not capable of resisting every vice, and with some men, as it has been shown throughout history, have the vice of power. When a man of power attains a feeling of entitlement, empowerment or omnipotence then we have a man who could be prone to do great evil upon his fellow man based on his personal beliefs.
Since man is imperfect it is fair to say that men can be evil, and no matter how well intentioned a man is he can stray away from righteousness when he attempts to impose his own personal beliefs on others. It makes me wonder what will it take to make men in power come to the realization that their highest obligation is to always do good. This is very simple to understand and is considered one of the First Principles of the politics of good men.It was stated long ago,
"Unlimited power is apt to corrupt the minds of those who possess it" - William Pitt
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Friday, August 12, 2011
The year 2007 will be a pivotal point in present period politics for the United States of America. The Iraq conflict will continue to take center stage and the economy will cool down, while the Presidential Administration will have to determine how to deal with Syria and Iran, the insurgency and nuclear weapons in the hands of International Terrorists. Indeed, every year has its political events and each election cycle has its overriding points of contention.
The Midterm 2006 Elections changed the playing field, as the Democrat Modern Liberals took back seats in both the Congress and the Senate to win the majority. Of course even with a robust economy much of the elections focus was on the media's version of the conditions in Iraq and the United States involvement there. In 2006 we observed unabashed personal attacks on the Bush Administration in the media with a level of hate rhetoric never seen.Guerilla politics ruled the day as the 2006 political year faded away.
The democrats with the majority will have to make good on this claims to lead the way in 2007. Unlike after the 2004 elections in 2005 where we saw a re-emergence of conservative thinking and Christian Values, after the 2006 Midterm Elections the pendulum swung back and the Democrat Modern Liberal viewpoints of the opposition party re-gained some political control. It cannot be debate that it is important to study the politics of each and every year to determine how this will shape future periods in American Politics and how we can learn from our mistakes and prevent large gaps in political divide that will hurt our nation's forward progression.
In this article we must advise the reader to look at exactly how the opposition party's attacks on the President's Administration, media support and war cries helped the Democrats win so many seats in the Congress and Senate and potentially how this will shape the politics of 2007 and even the 2008 Presidential Election. We will discuss the so-called "Lame Duck" status of the Bush Administration and what this means in terms of the power struggle between parties. I hope you will enjoy this topic on the Politics and Pure Opinions of 2007 with an open mind and understand the challenges created and the future that awaits.
I appreciate your taking the time to read this article and hope you will consider this topic at length. Understanding human politics in the present period will help us understand how to become more efficient, more homogenous and better prepared to handle the crisis which lie ahead. Perhaps this article is of interest to propel thought in 2007?
Friday, August 5, 2011
1) In reference to why political parties have lost the confidence of the public: "Their machinery of intrigue, their shuffling evasions, the dodges. the chicanery, and the deception of their leaders have excited universal disgust, and have created a general readiness in the public mind for any new organization that shall promise to shun their vices."
2) Also in reference to why political parties have lost the confidence of the public: people "saw parties without any...difference contending for power, for the sake of power. They saw politics made a profession, and public plunder an employment. They beheld our public works the plaything of a rotten dynasty, enriching gamblers, and purchasing power at our expense."
3) "It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly native American criminal class except for Congress."
4) "The government, which was designed for the people, has got into the hands of the bosses and their employees, the special interests. An invisible empire has been set up above the forms of democracy."
5)"Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedies."
6) "An election cannot give the country a firm sense of direction if it has two or more national parties which merely have different names but are as alike in their principles and aims as two peas in a pod."
Great quotes, all of them. Unfortunately, it seems as if we are living everyone one of them today. The interesting thing is that these quotes are quite historical, not contemporary:
1) According to the Real Politics website, this quote was from the book, "The Origins of the Republican Party" by William E. Gienapp and the quote is dated from 1855. The New York Times called it "dodges", today we call it "spin doctoring." The Times called it "universal disgust," we call it having Congressional approval ratings around only 20%. The Times called it "chicanery", we call it a variety of names including earmarks and outright corruption. It is remarkable how closely a quote from 155 years ago captures the nightmare we are living through today with our political class.
2) This quote is also from the Gienapp, also from 1855, and it appeared in the New York Evening Post. This also captures our current state of political affairs. We also see most of our politicians vying only for power, not for the opportunity to make the country better. With their high salaries, great benefits, many, many perks, our current day politicians fit the Post's description that politicians "saw politics made a profession, and public plunder an employment." Without term limits, our politicians see being elected not as a service to the nation but as a life time job. And their gerrymandering Congressional districts, rigging campaign finance laws, and handing out taxpayer dollars as earmarks allows them to ensure perpetual re-election, regardless of the quality of their work.
3) This third quote is from Mark Twain and is obviously well over a hundred years old. However, even back then he realized that the power allocated to politicians many times results in outright criminal behavior. Congressmen Traficant, Jefferson, Cunningham and other Congressional politicians have served time due to their corrupt and unlawful behavior while in office. How many former Illinois governors have either served prison time, are currently serving time, or are aggressively trying not to serve prison time? Charles Rangel and Maxine Walters, two current members of Congress, are likely to face a House Of Representatives trial within the next few months on ethics and corruption charges. The House ethics office has investigated or is currently investigating potential crimes by other members of Congress. The more you list out what has happened to our contemporary politicians, you marvel at how right Mark Twain may have been way back when.
4) This quote is from Woodrow Wiilson who said it early in the last century. At that time, he realized the influence that non-voting entities can and do have on government functions and corruption. Wilson called them "special interests," we call them lobbyists.
5) My source attributed this quote to Groucho Marx and is likely more than fifty years old also. Back then, even comedians like Groucho recognized that politicians were not any good at identifying the root causes of problems, if a problem even existed, and then putting together a coherent, efficient and cost effective plan to solve that problem. Our politicians are no different:
Nixon declared War On Drugs in the 1960s and we are no closer today to having a coherent national drug strategy and policy than the day he declared war.
Carter muddled through the oil crises in the 1970s and we are no closer to having a coherent, national energy strategy and policy than we were when we waited in long lines at gas stations.
Reagan identified the problems with public education with a Presidential Commission in 1983 and 27 years later, U.S. public schools badly trail many, many other nations in the education of their children.
Clinton presided through numerous terrorist attacks including the first World Trade Center bombing and the African embassy bombings and never came up with a coherent terror defense policy and strategy, resulting in the death of almost 3,000 Americans on 9-11.
Over the years over 10 million illegal aliens have come across our borders with no politician able to come up with a coherent immigration strategy and plan.
Unfortunately, Groucho was right back then and he would be right today if he saw the incompetence of today's politicians.
6) This last quote is from Franklin Delano Roosevelt and is at least 65 years old. When you really come down to it, are the Republican politicians much different from the Democrats? Sure they pick their friends and identify their enemies, e.g. Republicans are generally pro-life and pro-guns while Democrats are generally pro-choice and anti-guns. But when you look at their records, neither party has accomplished much of anything positive over the past fifty years. Just look at what we listed above under Groucho's quote: no solutions to the drug, immigration, terrorist, public school and energy problems. The only reason they pick their friends is to get money to finance their constant re-election, not to solve any meaningful problems.
While Obama the candidate promised change you can believe in, Obama the President is hardly any different than Bush. Obama drew down U.S. forces in Iraq but it was on the timetable Bush established. Bush set up the terrorist prison in Guantanamo and so far, Obama has kept it open. Our border still leaks illegal immigrants and we still have no new policy or plan for energy or public schooling. Bush enacted the Patriot Act and Obama basically rubber stamped its renewal. Gay rights are no further along under Obama than under Bush and the amount of earmarks in our national budget is as high under Obama as under Bush. The only significant difference between Bush and Obama is that the Obama administration has run up spending deficits orders of magnitude higher than Bush.
This is why the whole area of U.S. politics can get so depressing. The incompetence and corruption we face today appears to have been going on for a long, long time. The only difference may be is that government is so much larger, wasteful, and intrusive then it was in 1855 or when Twain, Roosevelt, Marx, and Wilson spoke their quotes above. That is why we need to find a way to start shrinking the size of government immediately in order to start cutting back on the corruption and waste that apparently is inherent in the genes of all politicians:
Step 1 - start the government shrinkage process by reducing all government functions and budgets by 10% a year for the next five years.
Step 2 - aggressively step up fraud and corruption activities in all government areas, hopefully including the investigation of fraud and corruption from our elected officials.
Step 3 - implement term limits for all politicians in order to avoid the problem discussed in the Post quote above, i.e. politics should not be a profession, it should be a temporary calling and service calling.
Steps 4 - set up intelligent problem solving processes to systematically attack and solve the problems that politicians have been unable to solve with their own capabilities and intelligence including drugs, energy, schooling, and immigration.
Hopefully by implementing these steps we will eventually end up with contemporary solutions to our problems and finally put to rest the historically pessimistic view of our political class.