Party politics are finished. The Tea Party reveals this. Although this group is woefully incapable (is this not always the way: elevate something loathsome in attempting to make the status quo look like cake?), more thoughtful, calculating, and above all, patriotic influence is sure to chase from positions of national influence any person or group incapable of joining policy with principle eloquently put forward in the U.S. Constitution’s Preamble.
The Tea Party, however — generally speaking, libertarians whose views hail from the London School of Economics — is failing to abate revulsion of the political status quo. If anything, the Tea Party is serving to increase disdain for Republican and Democratic party leadership alike. Why is that?
Could it be that, the likes of Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer embrace views likewise harmonious with the London School? How else could a “Special Congress” of fascist budget cutters spitting on the graves of prior generations of Americans be worthy of compromise?
Finding the Republican party’s leadership promoting this filth — laying off sovereign power over the purse for which every member of Congress should have capacity to influence from start to finish — and ultimately surrendering sovereign control over finance, thus directly affecting the federal government’s power to promote policy venturing to satisfy principles put forward in the U.S. Constitution’s Preamble, again, the London School of Economics influence cannot be denied. Money over life is thinking these tools espouse with all the mystic reason of a Christian fundamentalist.
All are dinosaurs about to be steamrolled. Momentum demanding policies raising uniquely American principles (like Glass-Steagall) can only build, as increasing desperation among disaffected Americans raises insistence that, government function in a manner promoting the posterity of all. Enter the only way out.
As the banking system collapses, the bankruptcy, too, of a bi-partisan collection of London School advocates whose “work” in government made such collapse inevitable awaits. No “Super Congress” will forestall this. Indeed, its inevitability is but hastened. That much is clear at the conclusion of this present charade blessed by a filthy fascist endorsed for the office of President of the United States by the Financial Times of London in 2008.