The Two-Party Sham

congOnce upon a time in  America elections were supposed to offer voters a choice.  The challenge – to convince voters that it was an urgent, critical choice.  And in order to do that the parties had to nominate candidates who offered a clear concise choice.  That is all well and good if you believe in government of, by and  for the people.

But,  if you believe in government of, by and for a domineering elitist faction, the last thing you want is to have some pesky, independent minded voters turning up at the polls to vote for a candidate your party doesn’t  control.

According to Alan Keyes at Renew America,  both parties  prefer sham elections, carefully engineered to produce elected officials who know that they owe their allegiance to your faction’s media and money, not to the deceived and manipulated voters your party duped into voting for them.

Since the elitist faction consolidated control of the current sham two-party system, the imperative has been in line with Nancy Pelosi’s view that elections shouldn’t matter. And the only way to satisfy that imperative is to blur, rather than sharpen, the differences at stake in any given election.

With that in mind, Paul Ryan was right to see his collaboration with Patty Murray as a step in the right direction for the GOP.  While the result might not have satisfied the party’s anti-Obama constituency, it served the agenda of the forces Ryan and GOP leaders like him actually represent, forces that no longer believe their job is to serve as a representative of the people who actually sent them to D.C., elitist forces that they now rely upon to satisfy their own ambition for power.

If GOP leaders were engaged in fighting on behalf of their constituents, instead of surrendering to Obama’s destructive socialist agenda, they would have no need to fabricate electoral visions.  They would be able to point to the ongoing battles they have waged or are waging on behalf of those constituents.  They would be able to ask that the voters have the decency and courage to rally around them in the next election. 

But Ryan and his GOP elitist faction cohorts would rather use lies and half-truths to prettify their collaboration with the left.   To be sure, when posturing for re-election they may bleat a little here and there about Obama’s threatening abuses, but their  actions contradict such rhetoric.  Their rhetoric serves no other purpose but to use fear in order to induce a voter turnout that will give their faction’s choice-less, engineered elections a fig leaf cover of legitimacy.

Ryan’s so-called bipartisan budget deal may boost the GOP’s chances in 2014.   But from the perspective of voters who feel that our country’s survival is more important than party or factional ambition, what’s the point of electing partisans so anxious to win hollow victories that they are willing to surrender to Obama’s destructive drive to socialism?

The two-party system is a sham.  According to former Senator Barry Goldwater book, “With No Apologies,” there is a shadow government that controls both parties. “When we change presidents, it is understood to mean the voters are ordering a change in national policy. Since 1945 there has been no appreciable change in foreign or domestic policy” regardless of which party is in charge.

This shadow government, whether it be the Council On Foreign Relations or the Trilateral Commission, or both, have a common objective of eliminating national boundaries, suppressing racial and ethnic loyalties and the destruction of our national sovereignty in order to attain a one world government, which in their distorted little socialist minds will usher in world peace.

Admiral Chester Ward, a former member of the CFR for sixteen years wrote in Kissinger on the Couch, “the most powerful click in these elitist groups have one objective in common – they want to bring about the surrender of the sovereignty and the national independence of the United States.”

With this in mind, the chief problem for these elitist organizations was how to consolidate the two Congressional parties and make them more national and international.   Professor Carol Quigley, who had long investigated the CFR and Trilateral, in his book Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time, wrote that the groups agreed that in order to solve the problem “the argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.”

It seems they have achieved their primary goal of the destruction of the two-party system and the rest of their agenda is slowing coming to pass.

“The Us vs. Them has nothing to do with contention between average Americans no matter what political ideologies they follow.  Us is me and you, the idiots.  Them is the group of elite power brokers that push and prod us through the media and fiat money they control.  They are the ones with the shiny objects – Americans love shiny objects.”  Sam Rolley


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  2. Rretta
    February 4, 2014 at 11:55 am

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