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Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Al Gore coined the paradoxical statement, “inconvenient truth,” as a  political imaginary “ tele-prompter” political pinhead platform from which he, and all other pragmatical pseudo statesmen may pontificate.  That it is an absolute logical fallacy, plus an absurdity, does not deter our present day politicians from resting their case upon their perception of reality as seen through their “idiotological” eyes. {Yes, that’s spelled correctly!}

Now that Byron Dorgan has quit fighting for “us”: he’s weary of war; he has ‘”battle fatigue,” plus his lack of a backbone makes it very painful to carry his  $4,000,000.00 out-of-state “war chest.”  He also wants to write two more books about nickels and dimes. The paper for his books could be put to better use sent to Haiti as toilet tissue.  Considering that the national debt went from $914 billion in 1980 to $12.8 trillion during his “watch”, does anyone really need another book about anything from a blind deficit hawk?  Dorgan’s decision to quit came from his awareness, as an astute politician and a “faithful Obama Democrat, of the “handwriting on the wall.”  He has given, to ND voters, the chance to send a U.S. Senator to congress to FIGHT for the survival of the UNITED STATES of America instead of pitting of each state against every other state at the pork trough. That is the job of the “representatives” of each respective state.  

Even Lloyd Omdahl, former ND lieutenant-governor and present day political scientist {what-ever that is} fallaciously assumes that Dorgan is a ND “bearer-of-pork” [Read Lord of the Flies] for North Dakota,  instead of a UNITED STATES SENATOR, which means in any rational world that’s not 1984, that UNITED STATES SENATORS are  elected to represent the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the REPUBLIC FOR WHICH THEY STAND. But Dorgan has quit!  Let’s give thanks and move on!  Dorgan has given to North Dakota too good an opportunity to waste.”  Remember, even as either a “lame duck, or blind hawk or pork-chop, Dorgan could still stop the healthcare reform “miscarriage” with his single vote; so let’s still pray that he will in fact have the courage of his conviction that ND does not support this OBAMACARE and DEFEAT it with HIS VOTE. That for once he’ll show GUTS and vote for ND, not for “pork”, but for truth and integrity.  

Will he, in his final act of hanging up his sword, finally consider The UNITED States of America, which he swore, under oath, to serve, and for which he was paid to do, in pay, pork, and perks.  Let’s see now, if he can, by this one vote, shed his legacy as a “quitter”, a “North Dakota boy, afraid to face, in the 2010 election the quagmire created by the war-lords of his own party, or the North Dakotans he has for years pretended to serve.  North Dakota is sick of “ear-marks” “pork lard” “pig-skins” “pig-tails” and “Blarney Flank Bacon.”

By the way, don’t you think Dorgan’s $4,000,000 of out-of-state lobbyist money in his “WARCHEST,”  would be a God-send in Haiti?  Why not donate it to the “God’s Child” charity for Haiti, instead of the “Godfather Project” in Washington D.C.?  Of what use is a “WARCHEST” to a “Quitter?

Now let’s consider the Earl of Pomeroy House race.  Earl may not quit.  He maybe lacks the courage to quit, so let’s look at his credentials.  BIS/Tri –1-10-10 Earl has said that “he’s surprised how often he disagrees with President Obama on policy matters…and that he “opposed almost everything that was proposed by the Bush administration, but said that he has been disappointed to find out that he disagrees with Obama a whole lot of the time, too.”  This statement alone makes the Earl questionable as ND’s Representative. 

ND voted for Bush both elections, never for Obama.  Who then was the Earl representing?  And if disagreeing with Obama “disappoints” him, then who is he representing?  

If the Earl sees Obama as a poor conductor of the instruments making the music in Congress, maybe its because Congress has only wind instruments.  It’s the stringed instruments, the drums, and the harps that give body and tune and tone.  I love bagpipes and tubas, but not human ones in Congress.  There I want drums, strength, beat and time.  The Earl’s time has come.  Let’s do South Pacific and “…  wash that man right out of our hair and send him on his way.”  That leaves only Conrad.  It’s easy to feel sorry for Kent.  It must be kind of hard to be a “Deficit Hawk” and then go blind.  How does one pretend to “see”?

Can he even trust his lobbyist wife, Luci Calutti, to be his eyes in the “Roger Maris” case, which Dorgan has brought up?  These Congresspersons are getting out of the range of logical, rational thought.

I’ll add some reading for you, dear readers: the books I ask you to read are far, far, far, more important than anything I write.  Please take the time to study them.  The three books I shall now list will give every working, producing {and also each consuming} American an answer for these government parasites when they question their ability, their work, and their reward for that work. Remember, always, “Consumption does not make Production possible.”  BUT “Consumption is not possible without Production.”  What is a famine? 

It is when consumption, planned or unplanned, OVEREATS production.  How is production “stimulated?  Profits?  Or Taxes?  Do you feed the “host” or the “maggot”?  Depends on which one you value most.  After all, what loyalty does the “taxpayer” host owe to the “government” maggot?  

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand; Civil Disobedience by Thoreau; Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, and the little excerpt “The Man Who Was Put in a Cage” from Man’s Search for Himself by Rollo May.  In Atlas Shrugged, the  final sentence of chapter VII, book 3, the government has forced him speak to the people in an effort to “restart-“ the economic motor of America, {much like Earl threatening the Auto manufacturers}. John Galt simply says: “Get the hell out of my way!”  

In Civil Disobedience, Thoreau says: “That government is best which governs not at all.”  And “Yet this government never of itself furthered any enterprise, but by the alacrity with which it got out of the way.  IT does not keep the country free.  IT does not settle the West.  IT does not educate.  The character inherent in the American people has done all that has been accomplished; and it would have done something more, if the government had not sometimes got in its way.”  

In Heart of Darkness, The International Society for the Suppression of Savage Customs had sent Kurtz to Africa study “Savage Customs”, {quite possibly paid for by a government grant} and report.  Kurtz did a report that “vibrated with eloquence, a beautiful piece of writing, concluding with “By the simple exercise of our will we can exert a power for good practically unbounded, etc., etc.,.  The peroration was magnificent.. It gave me the notion of an exotic Immensity ruled by an august Benevolence. This was the unbounded power of eloquence--of words—of burning noble words.  There were no practical hints to interrupt the magic current of phrases, unless a kind of note at the foot of the last page, scrawled evidently much later, in an unsteady hand, may be regarded as the exposition of a method.  It was very simple, and at the end of that moving appeal to every altruistic sentiment it blazed at you, luminous and terrifying, like a flash of lightning in a serene sky: ‘Exterminate all the brutes!’”

In “The man who was put in a cage” by Rollo May, the story answers the question, “What would happen to a person if his freedom were entirely and literally taken away?”  A king takes man going home from his job an puts him in a cage.  At first, the man angrily protests: I have to go home, my wife, my family, my job, etc.  The king said, “Look here, you get plenty of food, your have a good bed, and you don’t have to work.  We take good care of you—so why are you objecting? The man’s anger subsided, maybe the king was right.  In three weeks he was explaining to graduate students {on a field trip to study modern economics} that he had chosen this way of life, and that there were great values in security and being taken care of by the King {or State, same thing}, and there was wisdom in accepting “his fate.”  When the king walked by, he would thank him for the food and shelter.  Later he would mumble, “It is fate,” and later simply, “It is.”  

This “citizen’s “final phrase” of political and economic  development was completely accepting himself as a ward of the state.  The final  goal of trading freedom for security must result in a “happy slave.” Or there will be a “REVOLUTION” of the freedom-seekers.  “And now the man in his desultory conversations, never used the word ‘I’ anymore.  He had accepted the cage.  He had no anger, no hate, no rationalizations.  But he was now insane!”

These are great books to read, dear readers, please don’t put off reading them!

By the way, you parents of children in grade school, high school, college, or University-graduate or undergraduate, please don’t think that these ideas are what is being taught in the Humanities classes; they aren’t; I know.  You should also ask your children if, in their research classes, they must use “peer-reviewed” and/or “refereed” sources.  There would have been no new discoveries in the past, nor will there be any in the future, if all ventures are to be “reviewed” or “refereed” and then judged ONLY by “peers.”  That would be like having Congressional Decisions reviewed only by Congresspersons.  Well, not quite, they would have to read it in the first place!  

The first person to prove that earth was a globe would not have gotten to first base in a “peer-reviewed” modern classroom.  Think about this while you still can.  Even Congresspersons, like the Earl of Pomeroy, are peer reviewed by Nancy Pelosi, as are our Senators, by Hollow Reed.  And then all of them are “refereed” by Sheik Obama. Sheik Obama can not “peer” review, nor can he be “peer” reviewed because he has no peers!!  Blessed are the Truthseekers.  Emerson said, “The greatest event in history is the birth of a poet:a person who can hold his brother steady to the truth until he can make it his own.”  Read!  Read!  Think!  Think!  Search!  Reason!  How goes it, Citizen?  Pass your copy of the Beacon to another reader!  Do your part for this great Republic of ours: don’t let the consumers eat up the producers!!!!  Think about that!!!!

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