"When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic." - Benjamin Franklin;
"And when politicians find that honor and character matter less than buying votes and a constituency, that too will herald the end of the Constitution. When that happens we must work tirelessly to change their minds, or their occupation!" - Hoping The Blind Will See

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

The Last Poll

Well the poll results are in. Of the 11 choices offered to the question "Which of these actions do you support for America?" the three with the highest scores were: 1. Take aggressive action to reclaim our government, our culture and our history. This answer got the most votes. It was followed closely by these two answers: 2. Reduce taxes. 3. Stop spending money at the Federal level.

It's encouraging to me that there are people out there who are contemplating the possible need for aggressive action. To me, that means people are weary and distrustful of what this Administration is doing, and that they are concerned that the Constitution is being abandoned, while at the same time, they recognize that an erosion of their liberty is in the works. In a way, I am thankful that Barack Obama was elected now instead of John McCain. Obama's aggressive Progressive push towards socialism has woken up a huge segment of America who would otherwise still be asleep - even as John McCain continued the slower walk down the same Progressive path.

Great Job America!

1 comment:

  1. America proves Ayn Rand’s ideals. America was the only country that started a tradition of individual freedom and legal elbowroom for creative pebble droppers to lift the freedom and prosperity of community. We saw this expressed in how well local government worked, how vigilantes righted wrongs of the greedy takers, and the Tea Parties today challenge tyranny in Washington, D.C. Those who cower in the shadow of community interests criticize Rand for things that are not true, such as selfishness being held up as self-centeredness, which leads to pride, envy and anger. This she opposed, and Howard Roark sets the example of the outer-centered innovative individual, as expressed in his jury summation in Fountainhead. Her ideals are cited in SAVE PEBBLE DROPPERS & PROSPERITY on claysamerica.com.