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Cain Blames Perry Campaign for Blowing Whistle: American Voter Goes Mad

Posted on the 03 November 2011 by Technocowgirl @TechnoCowgirl
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In a recent change of events, fingers that pointed at Obama sympathizers for the recent Cain scandal turned toward a member of Cain’s own Republican PartyRick Perry. Accusations against Cain in 1996 for sexual harassment were first reported by left-wing Obama sympathizer Politico last week, which quickly spread like wildfire reaching nearly every news channel in the Nation. Cain is accusing a former staff member, which now resides at the Perry compound, of leaking the information. It is not enough that Democrats and Republicans display egregious behavior toward one another, now Republican Brothers are sabotaging each other –pushing this American voter to the brink of madness.

If these political children are going to behave like juvenile delinquents, they will be viewed accordingly; furthermore, if mass media continues to reinforce this type of inappropriate behavior these sleazy strategies will persist. The regard that once existed for the Democratic process is quickly diminishing with every sleazy, slimy, unethically skewed campaign trick. What happened to civility? If Congress, Presidential candidates, or their staff don’t have any regard or respect for themselves or each other, how am I supposed to fathom they would have the slight bit for me? The narcissistic personality disorders that have commandeered our elected officials prove that an intervention is in order. Am I the only one who realizes that “We the People” are paying to endure these sleazy displays and that “We the People” are the only ones that can put an end to it? Or, am I the only one fed up with the ridiculous, underhanded, barbaric tactics by politicians?

This voter has grown weary of the government body that inhabits Washington D.C and its branches of charges, and I believe it is time to intervene. Abraham Lincoln conveyed this to Americans long ago,

“This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their Constitutional right of amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember it or overthrow it.”  

This means taking a stand against an organization of brainwashing bullies that have brought this country to the brink of unthinkable disaster –depicting our ‘super-power’ as a ‘super-circus’ filled with weakness and destructive ideals and values. I take my civic obligation seriously, and that obligation prevents me from voting for the lesser ‘evil’ simply for a false sense of patriotism –which means, this year I may invoke my right not to vote. I will NOT support any candidate that behaves in such a low-down sleazy manner. The “right” to vote has become a catch 22 without a solution in sight; because candidates and Congress have their head so far up their own agenda they cannot hear the voice of the people.

Will the fact that I do not vote matter in the totality of the American political plight? Probably not; however, it will release me from being part of the problem and empower the solution. I refuse to contribute to the downfall of my country and fellow Americans. Additionally, instead of showing up at the voting booth to sign a ballot, I may show up with a picket sign stating, “When you listen to me, I will vote for you!”  Because, the way it stands at this moment, I will put a flame to my ballot before I put a pen to it. My obligation is to do what is in the best interest of all Americans –not to an inapt government body. Am I angry? Damn right –I am mad as hell, and I am personally not going to take any more of the egregious conduct of my employees –yes, that’s right, elected officials and the President of the United States are my employees as they are yours. And, their lack of work ethics warrants dismissal. How will you show your authority? How will you prove you are the boss? Let us prove it by showing them the way to the unemployment line –you know, the one many Americans have stood in for way to long. And, remember –together we win, divided we fall.

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