Does the majority of America really believe Socialism is the better cultural system than the Capitalist, free market system we have known since establishment of the US Constitution? That is the prime question voters must ask themselves in this Presidential election.

Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev in a speech at the Polish embassy in 1956 said “We will bury you.” He explained that meant not by a shovel but from within. The implication was that step by step, Communism would be introduced to Western nations until it eventually overwhelmed existing governance.

As in virtually all cultures, methods change but the end result is always in focus. In America, Mr. Khrushchev’s statement seems alive and well. The strong will of national governance given to us by our Founders has for over fifty years been whittled away at by laws, agreements, judicial rulings, Executive orders, signing statements and the

manipulation of policies favoring Socialistic over Capitalistic principles.

 

Since its founding in 1945, the United Nations has become more influential and powerful. The United States has signed on to several UN socialist policies that have become interwoven into elements of America’s governance. Examples are Smart Growth, environmental policies, endangered species, public/private partnership, federal control of education, gun control, land use control and other restrictions on freedom.

 

The contemporary end result seems to be actions that move the U.S. away from national governance toward world governance. Voters must understand the mindset of candidates and send to Washington DC only those who screen laws they support to their compliance with the U.S. constitution. 

 

Please know your candidates
and vote wisely,

 James Rugg

 jsrugg@hughes.net