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Speakout 4/2

Monday, April 3, 2006

Call 471-6636

I saw this 11 to 12 year old girl. She was wearing a tiny little shirt and a mini-skirt so short I practically saw her "you know what" and had to describe to my grandson what it was. Wearing 6-inch heels. Her hair was bleach-

blonde and I gave her mom a look and she mouthed to me "her idol is Paris Hilton". Well, excuse me I don't care who her idol is but I know if that was my child then oooo-wee she would NOT be wearing that. I am beginning to think that these celebrities are setting bad examples as of Paris Hilton. That little girl's momma is going to let her parade around and just show everyone and then everyone else is going to have to explain to their grandchildren what it is. Tell me what you think. You probably won't put this in the paper but you really should.

In the Federalist Papers (No. 10), James Madison (1751-1836), fourth president of the United States and recognized as the "father of the Constitution," wrote that democracies are "spectacles of turbulence and contention" and that pure democracies are "incompatible with personal security and the rights of property owners (sound familiar with today's happenings?) . . .. Madison went on to say , that "in general pure democracies have been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths." (End of Jefferson's quotes..the next quotations are added for emphasis) This perspective of "raw democracy" is descriptive of the period we are being misdirected into today. Brainwashed people who support democrats today are clamoring for more of it. They come out of our schools believing that, democracy is the preferred form of government, not knowing what the ultimate effects of "pure democracy" would actually be. Contrary to what is widely taught and brooded about in the news media and solemn expressions of our politicians; the United States is not (according to one of its principle founders) a democracy. The Constitution itself, Article IV, Section 4, says: "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican form of government." There is no mention of the word democracy in the Constitution. Now I know this will dismay Democrat supporters, but truth is truth, and facts are facts. Learn them, know them, and teach them so that America may survive as a "representative republic." If this form of government offends you, and you prefer the "democracy" the new democrat party of today is selling, then recognize it and acknowledge it for what it is, and call it by its proper name of "socialism," or "Marxism," or communism. They are all synonymous with the "political snake oil" the Democrats are selling today to "take back America and into the dark brand of political governance of Mao, Ho Chi, Stalin, Castro, and Chavez. We see clearly the man behind the curtain exposed for what you truly are. But Democrats really wouldn't want a true democracy either. They know if we had a referendum vote today on a communist form of government vs. a Representative Republic form of government, they would lose by a 70-30 margin. That's why we are experiencing the turbulence and violence Madison talked about. They are trying to bring Marxism and Communism into being here in the good ole USA under the false labels of "democracy," and "democrat."

My response to the home care services. I agree with the lady 100 percent. There's people who's getting it who don't even need it, it's just the waste of our taxpayer's money. These people jump in their cars and stay gone the biggest part of the day and they get four hours free services a day. My poor ole Mom is 85 years old and can't even drive. She only gets two hours a week. And what's so crooked about the whole deal, these people go off and leave their homemaker and their homes to clean while they're running around. Anybody that has got any sense at all knows that's not right. These people need to be turned in. Need I say more?