Yes it’s true; Americans were once a real loving people [at least the majority was] who disregarded political association as a determining factor in socialization. I dare you to find any inflectional terms of social standards today among the citizenship. Quite the contrary you will continue to uncover a paralytic and dysfunctional citizenship in America. It’s rare and virtually impossible to locate a continuum of citizens or individuals on the job who have different political philosophies joined together at lunch time each day. From such a daily lunch time observation you can see “American love” has been replaced with political partisanship; the barrier has become unbreakable.
This is the condition political incumbents have dealt the American citizenship to live on; constant bickering, arguing and attacking each other. “I Love America” but how can America love me when she is constantly arguing and attacking me; has that become the new “American love,” has that become the new standard of love in America? While the incumbents in power continue to flaunt their appalling insubordination to the public trust they deliberately and carelessly ignore their inevitable inept paralyzing effect on this country.
The political incumbents of both parties [Republicans and especially Democrats] hold to a permanent deep dark psychological need within their heart to console an abstract concept of supreme governorship over American citizens. Thereby we have allowed these nomadic politicians to escalate and manifest within our governing administration. The end result is the ludicrous price we’re paying [a runaway fiscal government] to support these life time government sponges. The 2008 Muslim presidential candidate Obama [once again conjecture] used his famous adverb “CHANGE America” to a point of total abuse. Now when anyone uses the word “change” it has no meaning or relative little significance because of one man’s abusive usage of it. But hold on America, we can make a real change of our representation in Washington D.C. regardless of the tired adverb usage and the pious platitudes our Muslim president [conjecture] plastered all over the main stream media. The 2010 elections were a great start in changing our representation in government and we should continue with the same fervent effort to correct this runaway government.
America has been stripped of its love by believing the constant lies of change for the better by its entire political heads in charge. Benjamin Disraeli [1808-1881] put it best when he said; “There are three kinds of lies; 1-lies, 2-damned lies and 3-statistics.” America has fallen prey to all three standards of lies and has gone beyond an urgent need for government correction and government representation. The 2010 elections were a wake up call for all remaining incumbents to take heed to actress Jean Hallow’s famous question; “Would you be shocked if I changed into something more comfortable?” America voters are not comfortable with the routine gambit of politics produced by the Democrats and Republicans. The voters have analyzed with precision the return on investment with the current political structure and determined no profit has been made from the long run of incumbent policy and law making, but only long term debt has been incurred. Republicans and Democrats shouldn’t be shocked when the 2012 election results are counted and the untouchable long term incumbents have been ousted by the voters. That’s when I can say without regret that “I love America, and America loves me!”
Posted by Dr Clayborn at Friday, November 19, 2010