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When our founders established our country, they envisioned a decentralized government that protected our God-given rights and was founded on the principle of self-governance. They were also weary of centralized power, creating the 10th Amendment to restrain the federal government's insatiable desire to expand and grow. Anybody who would objectively study the history of our founding would arrive at this conclusion. Whether that person agrees with the concept of decentralized government as opposed to a centralized system is not the question. All people, currently in The Untied States have the right to support a decentralized system or a centralized system. As a side note, if the United States adopts a strong centralized system, that right of agreeing or disagreeing would no longer assist.
This debate of decentralized or centralized power was debated at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and has been debated ever since. The founders chose a nation based on individualism which requires a decentralized system and rejected collectivism (Marxism, communism, socialism, progressive – all virtually the same). Collectivism is a system that requires centralization.
Today that debate of decentralized (Individualism) or centralized (collectivist – Marxist, communist, socialist, progressive – all virtually the same) rages. Introduced into congress was a bill that is called the Green New Deal. I posted the Green New Deal several days ago. The Green New Deal is a bill that reads like The Communist Manifesto and the German Ideology – both authored by Marx and Engels. Marx and Engels championed centralization or collectivism and the Communist nations established since 1917 have been patterned on the theories of Marx and Engels. Incidentally, all these experiments have ended in utter failure where the society of the country went into total decay and the financial system collapsed.
The debate the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) leadership in the Senate is currently having, is how do we cope with the promised vote on the Green New Deal. The Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) first argued against having a vote on the Green New Deal because they said it was just a gimmick by the opposition for political purposes. However, congress was established to legislate. When a bill is introduced, the idea is to have an open debate and then an open vote. If it was not the intent of the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party to have an open debate and then a vote, they should never have introduced the bill.
The Green New Deal is an important bill. If passed it would announce that the United States would no longer adhere to a decentralized system but would now officially adopt a centralized system and officially become a communist nation adhering to all that is collectivism (Marxism, communism, socialism, and progressive – all virtually the same).
The Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) leadership in the senate is more concerned with politics than they are concerned with policy. They appear to favor the policy but fear the politics. Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) leader Schumer is trying to conceive a plan that will be best politically while not declaring a position on policy. The Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party is trying to avoid the very purpose of our legislative branch of government per our founders; be the strongest branch of government by being the only branch with legislative power to set policy for our country.
Schumer’s solution is to have the members of the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party vote present and not declare a position. This is clearly a political stunt. It also clearly states that the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party champions the policies laid out by Marx and Engels in the Communist Manifesto and the Germany Ideology. This political stunt clearly states that the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party clearly favors centralization over decentralization, collectivism (Marxism, communism, socialism, progressive – all virtually the same) over individualism, or yes, communism over freedom.
Schumer is clearly placing politics over policy, the good of the party over the good of the country, and his own political ambitions in the manner of Stalin and Khrushchev over the good of the nation. This is the place in history to where the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party has brought The United States of America.
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