Thursday, April 28, 2005

Our Defense of the Filibuster is Urgent and Must Cross Party Lines

True American patriots must take a stand on this filibuster nonsense.

Out of principle any good American must support the Democrats and their struggle to save the fabric of American Democracy.

Libertarians and Libertarian Republicans are natural allies to the Democrats on this most critical issue.

Differences must be put aside, pride must be shelved.

This is no issue to stay out of.

If the Republicans are able to change the rules it will be a blow to our Republic and our system of checks and balances.

Let's stand for Democracy, American style. Our Country, our Constitution, and our way of life depend on it.

This filibuster maneuver the Republicans are pulling is precisely the kind of issue that can unite a coalition of Americans and end the polarization so divisive to the Union.

To stand on principle for our Democracy. Is that not the essence of patriotism?


Blogger halcyon67 said...

Sorry to tell you Kenny, and it is not as if you didn't know this already, Americans don't care about democracy as a collective whole here in America. They care about it in Iraq, but not here.

They are too busy being scared by the Bushites who keep on filling their mind with verbiage about how if we don't support the president there will be another terrorist attack. They manipulate you into believing that if you don't support the troops, you want our troops to die, you want America to lose the War in Iraq, or you are anti-American. If you oppose Republicans you are anti-American. What a bunch of bullshit that is.

Honestly, it is in the 45 Democratic Senators in Washington. Yes, some may not have backbone and some may be scared, but hell, they are planning to fight the Republicans, so we have to give them that.

I think the best way to stop Republicans from destroying Checks and Balances would be by supporting them meaning, writing letters and calling their offices. Locally writing to the editor, calling talk radio shows, and just blogging and spreading the word every which way you can.

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