This “twenty-twelve” election for the Presidency – ‘twixt Obama-Dems and Romney-GOP – presents the classic controversy – extremes of governance in a democracy:
its optimum size and functionality – and which is best for the citizenry,
enriching lives personally – and sparking, much-needed, a fiscal recovery.
Democrats, generally, favor oligarchy – planning and decisions by top authority,
life mostly ruled by bureaucracy – health, welfare, cradle-to-grave dependency;
munificent, Governmental salary – full benefits given, to even the early retiree;
that life, from onerous struggle, should be free – rather, only ease and pleasantry;
“spreading the wealth” of a deemed “rich” category – “entitlement” accepted as policy;
federal funding OK, to research technology – (especially when of liberal ideology).
That’s the picture painted for voters to see – that if re-elected, how good life would be.
But the nature of humans, dangerous can be – lusting for power, and ever-more authority … Read More