Here are three postulates and two questions that I offer for
- In order to get elected to high public office in
America, you must be willing to tell people what they want
to hear. If you tell the truth, or otherwise tell people
what they need to hear in order to protect their freedom
and way of life, you canít get elected.
- There is insufficient national income now being
generated to pay our debts. We are essentially an
insolvent nation. I now believe that the powers that be
have no intention of paying our debts. When our creditors
come to understand this, they will stop funding our
purchases and our wars, and many more of our citizens will
be thrown into poverty than are there now. Many others
will, for the first time in their lives, have a very hard
time making ends meet.
- We have lost many of the fundamental rights that are
enumerated in our Constitution. Most of us have not yet
lost our freedoms only because the freedoms we now enjoy
do not exist as a matter of law, but rather they only
persist at the pleasure of certain individuals.
- If a certain someone decides that you are somehow a
threat to his or her plans and decides to remove you as a
potential obstacle by taking your wealth or your freedom
from you, who will risk their own wealth and freedom to
defend you? And if you see someone being treated unjustly,
will you risk your wealth and freedom to defend them?