President Obama is asking contributors to give more to his campaign fund to match the wealthy John Birch Society Republican contributions to the Republican Party.

Even if every working middle class American sent $25 to President Obama’s campaign fund, they couldn’t match the wealth of the Koch Brothers and other wealthy John Birch Republicans and other foreign interests’ contributions to the Republican candidates.  If President Obama and democracy are to prevail in 2012, it will not be because the Democrats have more money; there has to be another way.

The US Supreme Court, with their “Citizens United” decision, has been bought and they have sold American democracy for “thirty pieces of silver”. The American working middle class have been sold into slavery, their unions and collective bargaining violated by the Republicans; they are now the equal of Medieval peasants of the 21st Century. If the working Middle Class cannot see this and vote against it at the 2012 elections, American democracy is dead, dead, dead!

If the American majority of working Middle Class Americans are  to survive they must vote AGAINST EVERY SINGLE REPUBLICAN. John Birch Republicans are the enemy of democracy.  Quoting the John Birch Society Bluebook p.124 “And . . . democracy is merely a deceptive phrase, a weapon of demagoguery, and a perennial fraud.” (Continued in Footnote 25, p. 136.) “Our liberal critics would have you believe that this statement, for an American is practically heresy. This is because these same Liberals have been working so long and so hard to convert our republic into a democracy, and to make the American people believe that it is supposed to be a democracy. Nothing could be further from the truth than that insidiously planted premise. Our founding fathers . . . visibly spurned a democracy as probably the worst of all forms of government.”

The John Birch Republican Party of 2012 should tell our American Veterans that they do not believe America was ever intended to be a democracy; our American soldiers have always believed that they were fighting to preserve their American democracy.  Every Republican candidate should be asked how they stand on the question of whether or not America is or was ever intended to be a democracy.  A democracy is defined as a government where majority rules and liberty exists, like the Bill of Rights, to protect  the minority from the tyranny of the majority.

America’s forefathers were democrats.  Thomas Jefferson was a democrat.  Most Americans believe they live in a democracy; let the Republicans tell American voters that democracy “is a fraud”, “mob rule”, and the “worst of all forms of government”.

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