Thursday, September 23

What can the People Do?

If anyone has been reading my postings, and I have no idea if anyone is, they will know that I am opposed to the Republicrat lock in all things political.

The Republicrats pass laws that assure their hands will retain the reins of power, and cripple all other points of view, be they from private citizens, parties or candidates.

Big media then plays their part as cheerleaders for these laws spouting how this will finally get big money out of politics, and the people remain ignorant to any ideas that oppose the ruling party's positions.

The Republicrats are terrified of an open exchange of ideas in a public forum, since they might not have the best answers and the power might leave them, so they stack the deck against that happening. They stack the deck in a number of different ways: The Commission on Presidental Debates (CPD), and the Federal Election Commission (FEC) are the most visible.

The Commission on Presidental Debates (CPD), created by the Republicrats, receives special exemptions from the tax code, special exemptions from campaign finance laws, and is supose to conduct non-partisan presidential debates. That is how the CPD is suppose to work, but in practice it operates in such a blatantly bi-partisan manner that even a DC District court has ordered a review of the CPD.

If The Federal Election Commission were a private group, it would be brought up on RICO charges. Their methods resemble those of the mob, conspiring together to make sure no other group can move in on their territory. They silent their foes with some of the laws they create, and amplify their own by structuring other laws to work in their advantage.

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Blogger KarbonKountyMoos said...

I ended up here since we must be the only people on blogger who appreciated the movie, Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things. I've just downloaded the pdf file "antigreen" from waaay down the page & have started perusing it. Give me some time - it is huge & we are busy!

5:57 PM, September 23, 2004  
Blogger Living_on_the_Edge said...


Anyone that has even seen ALL of "Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things" is alright in my book, even if they don't like it. I have an extra loaner copy of it that I carry in my briefcase, to spread the gospel of So Bad it's Great Horror! lol

If it wasn't so darn bad as to be great, it would have been a waste of good film.

That film broke new ground in the horror genre, and most people have never seen it.

Glad to see someone grabbed that Anti-Green file. It is a long one, but a very interesting history of not just the green movement, but background on the Fascist movement in Italy and Germany.

Let me know what you think.

9:10 AM, September 24, 2004  
Blogger KarbonKountyMoos said...

Yes - the movie is a classic. I'll never forget Orville. It never took much to amuse me - obviously.

Still working on the pdf file.

Will link your blog on mine - to check back.

10:27 PM, September 29, 2004  

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