Monday, October 4, 2010
Tag'him and Bag'him Whitehouse October Surprise?
“Tag him and bag him” the Whitehouse finally issues the noose to be pulled on Osama bin Laden in the October Surprise for mid-term elections. Could it be that the recent resurgence of information regarding Osama bin Laden’s messages has been meticulously orchestrated to perk the ears of Americans once again in timely fashion for the mid-term elections? And could that be a foreshadowing pre-cursor of the coming October surprise that Democrats would/could use to gain support for the mid-term elections?
It’s really hard for me to believe, as I suspect it is with most Americans now, pondering the money and availability of all the technical realms of our great military that Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts is not known in the cross hairs of the CIA or our military right now, and the right moment in time is being pondered by the political strategist as to simply tightening the noose around his neck for a major kickback in the coming election.
Of Course I’m not the only one anticipating something big from Democrats whose ability and agility has come into question regarding the care to unemployment, confidence to United States Businessmen both large and small, and fear of a looming tax hammer that is about to come down upon all of our heads minus those crossing our borders without proper work permits and just basically here illegally making a mockery of those who have in affect stood in line, and worked hard to be here legally.
Jim Geraghty, writes in his “October Surprise”, a list a few of his ideas that included getting tough with Paris Hilton and sending her to Guantanamo?, “bombing Iran? Capturing Osama bin Laden or some other big name and announcing the news two days before the election?”
http://www.nationalreview.com/campaign-spot/248538/october-surprise October Surprise.
Of course it would make perfect sense with the surge in Afghanistan needing to be justified, and CNN wire staff reporting: “A second message presumably from al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden urged Muslims to help the people of flood-stricken Pakistan” and their dire need to interpret the purpose for a kinder and gentler Osama bin Laden.
It’s oh so sad that a focus of problems abroad that have so little to do with the real problems we face here in the States could factor in the mid-term elections, especially given the problems we face in the States are what we need our political leaders to get-out-of-the way of, with incentives like a federal tax sabbatical as a show of confidence, that investment in America will be unfettered.
More than anything, we need our Government to quit placing the fear of capitalism into the minds of main street and businessmen, with the grandiosity of global governance, global citizenship, and a redistribution of wealth held in high esteem of Countries and Governments who love the standard of living we have in the United States, but who hate the United States Constitution and the individual rights it defends as inalienable rights given to us by our Creator.
One might think the world would grasp a beacon of light for what it is, that here in America the freedom and liberty allowing a man to worship freely according to his conscience is a moral fidelity good for Government and business, that allowing a man the right to his property without fear of the phone call wiping out all you worked for over a life time is an incentive for production.
That in spite of lower slave wages that communist and dictatorial democracies have a tight noose on in other countries, that our Constitution Republic has been a great success in the United States, promoting happiness because it allowed men the pursuit of happiness.
I am so thankful and so happy that our United States Constitution was trenched out of what seemed impenetrable walls of elitism conspired with varying recipes of slavery. I’m happy to be an American boy born and bred in the United States. While I don’t mind other countries claiming their own strategy for success, I am perfectly content with the United States, for while we do have problems with politicians adhering to our United States Constitution, the elections in America have indeed proved a well and good process of removing bad ones affectively.
The process is seen in a stark reality of my own State and the removal of Senator Bennett in the Republican primary held earlier this year. While it is a great reminder of holding the politicians feet to the fire, and while the “party” might be able to clean house in one state, the pragmatic conservative ideals will not necessarily be espoused by the “party power” at the National level, thus in affect not pushing home the message in Washington DC.
This is why America is prime for a Restoration Revolution; and Utah could lead in pushing home the idea that “Party Power” held by the Republicans and Democrats in Washington DC is indeed a fading light that is growing weaker, and that the real success of America is held in high regard; it's the "independence" stupid.
“We The People” hold in high regard our Constitution, because at times our Constitution is seen reigning back the rule of the mob that over centuries has proven a weakness of democracies, to a higher standard of independence and for the individual.
The mental cruelty of Global Governance is the demise of the individual. If this was not true, Global Governance would probably not have a problem with adopting the United States Constitution as it’s model, rather than working to destroy it, and with it the rights of the individual.
One thing I believe is a common thread among all the wealthy and powerful. Their biggest fear is losing it all. So let us agree that Republicans, Democrats, and Independence in America have a strong core of individual protections binding them from Tyrannical Governments that seek to redistribute all their wealth and power to say Africa, Mexico, or Brazil as in say awarding deep water oil drilling contracts to dangerous for the U.S.
Now it is up to the People to throw off their chains and to recognize the power of the individual, and to recognize America has been a very generous help, but that our help was not forced or compelled and that makes the biggest difference in a free man, and a slave. Helping one’s self is always faster and provides more confidence recalling an impressive demonstration recorded with Pioneers coming out to Utah.
In an assertion of weakness the political mainstream is feeling, American’s should be weary of an October surprise that places the current Administration in any better light than the dismal battery that is running out of power. Without a re-charge of our United States Constitution and the principles and protections of the individual our Government is suppose to champion, there will be no resurgence of confidence needed to turn our unemployment around because that is the key to turning it around, that is the key to providing confidence of investment.
With my sincerest heartfelt pinning for America I pray, “God Bless America”.
Cody Robert Judy
Write-In U.S. Senate 2010 Utah