THE THIRD CHOICE
By Investigating Journalist Jon Rappoport
October 25, 2010
I guess we have to jump right into this question—are there ANY politicians in Washington who are honest, honorable, balls-to-the-wall Constitutionalists?
Are there two? Three? Twelve? Fifty? A Hundred?
And don’t bother to get back to me with the name of Ron Paul, because that’s not what I’m talking about here. I’m talking about the question of whether there are ENOUGH Constitutionalists in the Congress after the election to turn things around. You know, turn the big oil tanker around. Turn Washington around. Because the label “Republican” certainly doesn’t do the job.
Individual freedom from government is the keystone of the Constitution. That means, among other things, the government has no right to tax citizens to an excessive degree. It also means government cannot continue to draft enormous budgets just because it decides “lots of people need government help.”
It means government cannot force citizens to buy a product—such as health insurance.
Government cannot rubber stamp a brand of fallacious science called “manmade global warming” and then impose cap and trade and massive lowering of industrial output.