By Chuck MacNab
Too many people are frustrated with the Republican Party and this is feeding the Democrat Party's hope of winning control of the House of Representatives in 2014. We believe the Democrats will remain a minority in the House and lose the Senate in 2014. Here's why we hold this opinion.
The "socialist Democrats," as David Horowitz calls them (the ones who actually wield the power, make the decisions and control the Party) have gone too far, too fast in forcing their Alinsky-style control on the productive citizens of the country. We believe voters have had enough. The Democrat Party (or, more accurately, the radicals who control it) is in the final stages of engineering pervasive big government control over people and their lives. Thanks to Obamacare that long-term plan is beginning to sour with the American people and, as they view their health care choices, the move to the left is coming unraveled.
As investigations continue Americans find themselves staring at a host of very ugly scenarios. Add to these continued unemployment, underemployment and out of control national debt. Many who hoped otherwise are coming to realize that the Obama-Pelosi-Reid leadership has created an elite ruling class of political "insiders," not unlike the old Soviet Politburo, who care nothing about the people and who wield authority with unbelievable arrogance. They hide what they are doing and lie about it. When caught they ask, "What difference does it make" or "Whatever." Cover-ups and stonewalling are routine. They view their institution of disastrous policies, incompetent management and the flagrant waste of taxpayer money as activities within their authority, beyond question and as hallmarks of success. It has become more common than ever to use government agencies for political purposes. For these and many other reasons Barack Obama and his fellow travelers are giving their management of government a bad name.
There are caveats to the views stated above. We have written many times in the past that the Republican Party is well known for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Our opinion assumes, perhaps wrongly, that Republican leaders will emerge who can show the American people what will likely happen to them and the country if we continue to follow the policies of radicals in the Democrat Party. Could Republicans lose again? You bet. But then it's all over...people will have no rights under the Constitution and they will have no freedom in any meaningful sense of the term. There will be two kinds of people inhabiting the United States - feudal lords and serfs. As it was during the Dark Ages the experience of "knowing your place" will become common in America.