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Constitutional Thinking: Neoconservatism-enemy one

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Americans who want to restore our country to the principles of the Constitution need to be sure they are hearing the right message.

There a conservative impostor out there radically different from true conservatives such as George Washington, Ohio Senator Robert Taft (Mr. Republican), and Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater (Mr. Conservative).

The battle is on not only for the soul of the Republican Party, but for that of America. After World War II, the party was taken over by neoconservative thinking that is only now, starting to be challenged.

The Ron Paul campaign in 2008 and the Tea Party movements in 2010 were the first steps.

Senator Goldwater adamantly opposed the federal government’s unconstitutional intrusions into virtually every areal of our lives. What has happened to us since 1960? Today, most of the conservatives you see on TV (including Fox), or read about in the paper (even the Wall Street Journal), are Neocons.

Neocon "godfather" Irving Kristol wrote in his autobiography in 1995, "We…accepted the New Deal in principle, and had little affection for the kind of isolationism that then permeated American conservatism."

He stated, "I regard myself lucky to have been a young Trotskyite (communist/socialist) and I have not one single bitter memory."

Neoconservatives champion unconstitutional, socialistic big government along with meddling in the rest of the world’s affairs.

They talk of "democracy" here and abroad, when we are a Republic, not a democracy. George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush are great examples of neocons.

Teachers Associations, the biggest Democratic contributors, are all about money and power, not education.

Their members, manning the concentration camps, daily degrade your children’s ability to think clearly. Our children then grow up and file a lot of bad legislation in Austin.

HB3700 would allow free roads (I-35E & W in DFW, etc.) to be taxed at 80 cents Per Mile along with all kinds of fee hikes. HB1201 has Cintra and TxDOT seaming. Neocon Rick Perry is pushing for a loophole laden SB18 on Eminent Domain.

Republicans could have elected Medina, but they weren’t smart enough. The bill needs to read ‘public necessity" instead of "public use". We can’t allow our land to be grabbed for just any old reason.

John Quincy Adams declared that "America goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy." Taft agreed. Today, however, we not only have an "American Empire", we have been "conned" into accepting a view about our economy, our politics, and our society that is not conservative, but neoconservative.

Richard Nixon was supported over George McGovern in 1972, by top neocons like Max Shachtman.

Remember, Nixon said, "I am a Keynesian" and he supported the Vietnam War. What was there about this fake conservative for neocons not to like?

McGovern was an isolationist, so the neocons found a new home in the Republican Party. They are still here.

Neocons also cozy up to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the premier internationalist organization in the US, working to undermine American sovereignty and establish a UN-led global government.

A CFR list of scoundrels would include Dick Cheney (a former Director), Paul Wolfowitz, Elliot Abrams, Newt Gingrich, Condoleezza Rice, Henry Kissinger, Robert Kagan and yes, Robert Murdoch (Mr. Fox).

If America is to have a chance to return to its constitutional roots, Republicans must not put up a neoconservative/CFR/ Bilderberg approved candidate for any political office, let alone that of President. The vetting process must weed all of them out before they further infest the party. Do your research.

I recently read an excellent book that could help America recover:"The Patriot’s Guide to Taking America Back" by Charles Kraut.

We need to find out what freedom really is and recognize what we actually have in America today.

The author rightfully states, "The United States in 2010 is much more a welfare state than it is a Constitutional republic."

This book, far more than most of its type, not only informs and educates, but really provides a step-by-step practical plan of action. It should be read by every high school student, and by all who truly love our Constitution. Real conservatives, tea-party groups and real Christians won’t want to miss it.

There is a very interesting section on what our republic should look like in the 21st Century and younger readers will be a shocked to learn what America was like as recently as 1960.

Kraut will challenge your current thinking about political parties and believes republicans and democrats have to face the question, "Can the existing parties be reformed?"

Many Americans have already said no, and just given up on politics. Others keep trying. I say to everyone, let’s not give up on America. Check your options. Your Guide is ready. Are you?


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