By: Arlen Williams
The Democratic Party, the party of 21st Century Marxofascism in America, wishes to utilize their manufactured furor over the Supreme Court’s Citizens United case. In a new bill, they are attempting to apply their typically fuzzy use of language to hide the body of the marauder-filled Trojan Horse behind yet another grand semiotic curtain of legislation, while claiming only its head is their gift to the People.
Such claims can work, as Nancy Pelosi infamously alluded, until the bill is passed and we are actually shown what they want to believe is “in it.” The Democrat controlled Senate is currently debating such measures in committee.
As Ted Cruz describes, this despotic aggression, endorsed by forty-six Democrat senators, would allow for limits to political speech rising to the level of book banning, hence his reference to the patriotic Ray Bradbury’s book.
Time to show the names of those forty-six and record them for the voter’s personal decision making. That is the kind of work with due funding we are attempting at the Sovereignty Campaign (SovCam).
As we see currently in the political persecution by the Internal Revenue Service, in Obamacare, and in the rapid melanomas of the EPA and DHS, Soviet-style bureaucratic discretion in the application of broadly written bills must not be allowed in the United States of America. All such legislation must be prevented or revoked, one way or another, for the survival of the freedom inherent the truly empowered sovereignty of the People. Let us make the discovery and then the elimination of such executive and bureaucratic latitude a test and a standard in our country.
The only kind of legislation which should be established or allowed to stand is precisely defined and narrowly written legislation.
The July 10th video from his YouTube account, “Sen. Ted Cruz: These are the Fahrenheit 451 Democrats“:
If the First Amendment is lost, the People will have to engage the power of the Second and that is why the incrementalist totalitarians of the Democratic Party attack each.