Friday, October 12, 2012

Joe Biden? Vote Gary Johnson. Bring back Rick Perry

When I voted absentee for Gary Johnson yesterday here in New Hampshire I noticed that he was prominently displayed  on the ballot; Obama to the left, Gary in center and Romney stuck over to the right. Your eyes fell directly on Gary Johnson. Which is a good as the most important event in this election is the third party presence: Johnson is on ballot in all 50 states, this for the first time for a third party. If he pulls five to seven percent he will shift voted away from Romney to Obama and send Obama back with no mandate. We face disaster ahead, but the world has to begin again sometime and both these mainstream establishment parties are geared to the world which rose between 1913 and 1943. They are geared well to a time that has passed.

The Republican Party is no longer a "conservative" party. It is an "anti-liberal" party and there is a difference. Sarah Palin and Laura Ingraham - the thinking red neck's Rush - have stated clearly that they intend to challenge the existence of the Republican Party if Romney fails. The big race is ahead in 2016 with conservatives facing either Hillary or Elizabeth Warren - but the big event will be the Republican primary: Christie/Bush - the Eastern Conservative Establishment - will challenge Sarah Palin who is pulling now the ideas of Judge Andrew Napolitano,  Ron Paul, The Tenth Amendment Center (she calls herself a “constitutional conservative”) and .Gary Johnson. Hillary v. Palin in 2016 or Warren v. Palin. In either case, Palin wins 2016 after eight years of Obama has driven America into the ground economically. America then enters a neo-Jacksonian era and the heartland rises to confidence.

But Rick Perry should have his hat in this. He started the anti-fed movement with a cry from the heart at The Alamo on tax day, 2009, of “States rights, states’ rights, states’ rights!” and with his great book "Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington." Gary Johnson's stump speech is right out of the Rick Perry playbook; 50 states as laboratories for democracy and creativity. Rick Perry should take it from here even if it means going against the Republican establishment. And possibly Perry, focusing on the heartland states sympathetic to his method – well over 30 of them – and ignoring the rest, is the only one who can gather the needed momentum for a new direction for America through STATES RIGHTS, SOUND MONEY and CONSTITUIONAL GOVERNMENT.

I was one of the first in our era to call for states’ rights, sound money and constitutional government and I wrote at the beginning that Rick Perry should enter because these ideas could be dangerous if they fell into the wrong hands. The danger is greater today. Today, America could fall apart.

1 comment:

justin in alaska said...

I've read you for the past 4 years. I really enjoy your analysis of the human pysche, national trajectory, world religions, existence cycles, philosophy, etc.

But, Sarah Palin wouldn't survive a GOP primary in her home state. I understand the white queen/earth mother/ national pysche thing. but, it just seems really far-fetched that Palin would ever be Prez. perhaps another female?