Interaction on sodahead.com: Poster’s comment to me: See, this is why I will never understand you; conservatives like you have consistently made mountains out of molehills and insist that somehow liberals are to blame for all of society’s ills and evils. It’s the conservatives like you that own most of the wealth in this country …
Sorry to resend this, but had to republish because of a slip-up which changes the URL
Though it is easy to characterize democracy, recent political theory has been marked by a conspicuous omission. Virtually no argument is ever offered to support the desirability of representative democracy, and the little that is available seems distressingly weak. Why ought democracy to be either instituted or promoted, let alone exported? One would think that as important a question as that of the best political system would have generated an enormous literature. In point of fact, most writing on the subject simply takes for granted the desirability of democracy and inquires how existing democracies may be improved. The issue of whether democracy is a “good thing” is not thought worth raising. But what if it is? Why should one care about democracy?
http://RTR.org, now a leading conservative social blogger, has taken on the tedious task of tracking by Constant Updates to the secession petition tallies shown on whitehouse.gov. As it seems that the initial rush of reports and articles has fallen flat, and along with that the new voting has slowed to a crawl. As of this …
We dare not call a Constitutional Convention because we now see the majority of so-called Americans accepting socialism etc, with the Dem-Rep monopoly wholly in power until in 2008 all the fields were planted with the seeds of Marx’s “greater good”, shunting aside our esteemed Right to Life.
If America were just beginning to establish itself in today’s world, what should it look like? What should be its goals? What limitations would be placed on its citizens? What form of “government” should it have? Would it choose to have NO government? Would it choose to tax its citizens? Would it be productive? Or would it be slothful? Would it be compassionate in a helpful sense, or compassionate in a harmful sense? What would its schools look like?
The survival of America is at state, NOW! Until Vote2012, we intend to devote No-Ruler to supporting Gary Johnson and other candidates for Congress to replace the sorry tyranny of D.C. Your comments will help shape our focus, and your sharing with friends and other websites/bloggers is crucial.
I am a Lbertarian who seeks an end to human cruelties imposed by Government, replacing that with a Voluntary System prohibiting Force.
Since we remain Governed, toward that end I support the Libertarian party, and Gary Johnson for President with Judge Jim Gray for VP.
It all begins with the Libertarian Platform:
Now that the RNC has finally admitted it has lost all principle and seeks only to offer a twin Zero who offers NOTHING substantially difference from the usurper Obama, they have signed not only for their own self-destruction but for the continuation of the destruction of our Nation America.