PI2012 #601 – Are Won By Perception
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“No enterprise is more likely to succeed than one concealed from the enemy until it is ripe for execution.” ~ Niccolo Machiavelli
November 7th, 2012
http://www.usdebtclock.org: Every American Taxpayer Now “Owes” “The (federal) State” $141,629, every citizen $51,598.
“There is no such thing as a good tax.” ~ Winston Churchill
Romney Backers And Senate majority hopefuls, on cue when President Obama topped 270 Election 2012 electoral votes, began making myriad excuses and looking to assign blame for their losses. Typical behavior of unprepared contenders. Votes are won by perception.
“Your perceptions are often far more accurate than you are willing to believe.”
~ Claudia Black
Romney Backers And Senate majority hopefuls could be, literally, messengers from Jehovah Himself and fall on their proverbial swords absent persuasive presentation. Not enough voters bought their rhetoric, regardless how valid it may have been.
“People see what they want to see and what people want to see never has anything to do with the truth.” ~ Roberto Bolaño
Brit Hume, A Day or so before Election 2012, observed America’s electorate was despondent over financial-economic woes and simply wanted “stuff.” Now re-elected President Obama, all said and done, offered American voters “stuff.”
Republicans, Conservatives, Free Market proponents – whoever – won’t compete successfully against paternalistic ‘government’ (“The State”) until they can convince voters they (voters) can have whatever “stuff” they wish when they act like sovereign self-governing Americans.
“The dice cannot read their own spots.” ~ Frank Herbert
People Intending To Live In Liberty do not allow legislators – or other public officials within These United States of America, to enact legislation or regulations requiring any private business to accept collective bargaining organizations. They stand by free markets and limited government.
Let Freedom Ring
— It’s your property, not “State,” property.
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