Statement from the Candidate
In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Ending the Liberal “Reign Of Error”
Unelect liberals: It appears from all reports that liberals will lose in November and that Americans are fed up with liberals and their often traitorous policies, but we must be wary of who we elect to replace them. We need serious people of courage and conviction who understand the disastrous position our nation is in and who know how to get us out of it. What we don’t need in Washington is a candidate who is more interested in having cocktails with the power brokers and appearing on the evening news than in dealing severly with our nations’s urgent problems. We must choose wisely this time.
Starve liberal bureaucracies of money and people: First defund and then repeal Obamacare and the financial reform act, then repeal Cap and Trade as it exists in the House. Then defund and repeal the enabling legislation for the EPA, the departments of Energy and Education, defund Obama’s czars (then call these fools before congress for an under-oath investigation), defund the 16,000 new IRS agents, and deny all funds to the United Nations and remove ourselves from that immoral band of rogues. This would get rid of the major threat and drag on our economy, which is big and corrupt government, would save billions of dollars every year and would allow a major pay-down on the federal debt.
Get businesses growing again: With the major liberal bureaucracies gone there will be more money for businesses to expand and with the removal of restrictive regulations confidence will be restored, business will thrive and the jobless rate decline.
These and other similar measures must be taken within the first 100 days of the next congress in order to get the economy growing again. The longer we delay getting spending and debt under control the closer to becoming Greece we get. We must stop the concentration of power in government and return to a dependence on ourselves and our liberty.
If we don’t quickly dismantle liberalism and its bureaucracies we will lose our nation and our children’s futures. But we must do it without rancor, retribution or celebration. It’s just another point of business the next congress must take up, and it’s by far the most urgent business that our nation has ever dealt with. The items listed above may seem draconian, but the damage liberals have done to this wonderful nation are even more draconian, and we must have the courage to face and destroy them and their policies. As a free, sovereign people, we don’t have to put up with their immoral policies any longer.
By Dave King