Historically, a Democrat favors a greater role of government in the lives of its citizens; a Republican less. Unfortunately both have diverted from the Constitution which clearly delineates the role of the federal government. Hence the terms "Republicrat" or "Democrican," there's little real differences today.
It is the evil and/or misguided, self-serving politicians and their underwriters that run politics. Americans are every bit as bad as the banana republics/dictators in Africa, Latin America and Asia, and the socialists throughout Europe and APAC.
Democrats have a history of sticking up for the underprivileged. If they are successful, these individuals become self-deterministic and no longer require the constant care of the government. The Democrats require a permanent underclass in order to maintain its block of voters. It is their very policies that keep these dependencies in check. Democrats have done an excellent job of keeping African-Americans down. They hope to build their ranks by opening the borders to a new class of dependencies. They care nothing about the rule of law if it will further their cause -- meaning to allow them to remain in power.
The American dream of moving up from a lower class to a higher one is not part of the Democrat playbook. It can't be for its survivability.
Monday, November 07, 2016
Sunday, November 06, 2016
The United States of America is clearly past the point of no return as a constitutional republic. Besides the corrupt Democrat Party leaders "anointing" Hillary Clinton as Barack Obama's heir, her level of graft is beyond reproach. To mention just a few..
- Clinton Foundation's pay to play
- "Quieting" Bill's adultery partners
- Vince Foster
Hillary is pure evil, created by choice by greed and power. Trump does not appear to be evil but has been able to say whatever he wanted throughout life without recourse. He's untrustworthy.
In the state of Utah, there are eight other candidates on the ballot for President. The argument is that a vote for a third-party is a throw-away vote. How can we in good confidence vote for either Clinton or Trump? Both will be disasters. I lean Republican because I agree with 50% of its platform but I cannot in good conscience vote for Trump. I will never vote for a Democrat because I disagree with 90% of its political platform.
I always vote for the platform, provided the candidate is not evil or insane. In most presidential elections, I vote for the Constitution Party, and this year, that is Darrell Castle. Most of my family members and neighbors voted for Evan McMullian.