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D is for dumb

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William Horning


The letter "D" stands for "Dumb" and since 1913, also applies to the Democratic Party when they fully sold out their members.

One of their top leaders, the famous orator William Jennings Bryan, stood on principle and opposed the Federal Reserve Act because it would privately issue money rather than do it through the government.

Unfortunately, he got tricked by a phony compromise that appeared to fix this problem, but did not. He was rewarded by being named Secretary of State.

It seems like a certain gal from Arkansas or was it New York recently got the same reward for selling out the people, only she didn’t sell out by accident.

Bryan, however, became disillusioned by his own government and resigned after President Wilson failed to warn Americans that the ship Lusitania was carrying munitions and was sund by a German U-boat off the coast of England with a huge loss of life.

Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, conveniently called off the destroyer escorts just as the ship entered U-boat territory.

The captain had already resigned since he did not want to risk passengers’ lives.

In any case, the military-industrial complex waged war and reaped huge profits.

President Wilson campaigned against the war in 1916 before the elections just like Obama did in 2008.

With Colonel House behind him, he changed as Obama has with Rahm Emmanuel behind him.

Obama is now more pro-war than Bush! Democrats usually bring wars.

The Democrats, fooled or not, are now clearly undermining the Constitution, and the President will get another pick for The U.S. Supreme Court.

As bad as Stevens was, the new justice will likely be even more liberal.

What we need is a Constitutional Congress and President to give us a Constitutional Supreme Court.

At the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans on Saturday and in Washington, D.C., Republicans proved they are the better party but only with a D+.

I bet there was a big party to celebrate, but I won’t talk about that much since they have been having "party" problems lately.

The Republican Straw poll for 2012 was won by Mitt Romney with Ron Paul coming in one vote behind.

Now, that potentially does show progress in Republican thinking, resulting in the plus sign!

On the other hand, the fact that Mitt Romney could even be on the stage after he put in mandatory health care in Massachusetts raises red flags about the Republican Party.

To top things off, the Republican leadership in Washington, D.C. is now talking about a bi-partisan deal with the Democrats since they ‘like to have cooperation on international issues’.

Of course, I can’t think of much the Democrats have ever cooperated with the Republicans on when the Republicans were in power.

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