posted on May, 1 2012 @ 11:43 AM
People talk about him being lame-duck, consider that while right now he may have a lot of bought-out politicians underneath him if President, he would
also have EO power and the rest of the powers granted by the Constitution to the Executive branch, including control over the armed forces (AKA bring
'em back.) Here's a couple points to consider:
The renewal for the charter of the FED central banking system is I believe up next year, 2013. He could do just as Andrew Jackson did, which is NOT
renew it. DONE.
Consider that all EO's that were previously written into law can possibly be reversed. A lot of our freedoms have been destroyed via EO for the
research I've done.
Finally, consider that the RP movement is not just this guy. It is a movement to retake the political landscape with non-corrupt members if possible.
In two years time, re-elections for the Legislative branch may turn the tide, only 1/2 way through the first term of Presidency.
It could be a BIG change, just like we had with Andrew Jackson. I liked that guy from what I've read of him.
Finally, consider that, as a whole, it needs to happen either now or it may happen via bloody revolution. Consider that ultimate authoritarianism
pretty much goes counter to everything we hold dear, democrat or republican. Really, it shouldn't be about who's right and left, it should be about
voting for the guy who remains non-corrupt.
One more note, for the folks who are saying that putting him in office will give corporations ultimate control. The facts simply do not point this
way. RP wants regulations put in the hands of the private sector, not federal control. He also wants states to pick up the slack, like environment
regs. But we do know they are corruptible. If I recall from one of his speeches on the topic, he would like to see the free market create a form of
regulation that suits itself, one that, not being tied to the whims of big corporations (which are tied to the politicians), is fair for big business
or small. Most people, when they complain about business taxes and regulations, tend to forget that thanks to the corruption of federal government
and the direct ties within, big corporations walk right through built-in loopholes and these regulations and taxes are bypassed. That leaves the
small business and private sector to take the hit, and it is quite a wallop. When the regulations are out of the hands of the Elite via federal
control and in the hands of free market, a sustainable system should result.
Actually the same could be said for all forms of organization. Education, healthcare, etc etc. You see, competition is his tool to make this work.
And healthy competition, without federal loopholes built in for the BIG guys, puts everyone on equal footing or at least as equal as you're going to
get in a free society. Example, big pharma makes a drug, little company makes a drug, and no federal regulation saying little company has to do x,y,
and z before selling drug. Big pharma co always loopholed around x,y, and z anyway. Free market regulation has established a set of companies that
will test all drugs before a drug enters market, because that's what people want. It must pass a, b, and c instead, which are independent tests with
full public transparency as they go through the tests. Once passed and approved, drug enters market. Difference is that because the free market is
not regulated with loopholes like we have now, big company and small company are now competing on equal footing. Same can be for cars, education,
pencils, metal working, WHAT EVER.
"Regulation" also has to do with repercussions in judicial. Free market also means everyone can litigate. No loopholes for big companies here,
either. And THIS is the check and balance that RP wants.
When you really investigate it and get past the stigma that we need big government, I believe we ALL want this. All except the big corporations, of
Hollar back if you get it.