How to Escape the Democrat Plantation (an easy guide).

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  1. Excellent video, Bruce.

    I too have for so long been bothered when I am surrounded by people who don’t know that it was the Democratic party who called for slavery and who wore the sheets over their faces as they burned crosses and killed blacks.

    The democratic party worked well for whites for along time but now that blacks and other groups, who were once the minorities, are now becoming the majority the democratic party will no longer serve racist whites. Democracy favors the majority, even if it’s for a bad cause.

    After the American Civil War free blacks began signing up to be part of the Republican Party.

    I don’t remember the exact dates but maybe in the 1950 the two parties started switching racially.

    Btw, I don’t really believe that there’s anything inherently great about a Constitutional Republic either. Am I some sort of anarchist then? No, absolutely not.

    But hey, present day China is a Constitutional Republic and so was the former Soviet Union. So I don’t believe that there’s any INHERENTLY great about a constitutional republic.

    I believe that probably any form of government will work depending on whose running the government.

    I’ve experimented at work leading in different ways (sometimes trying to be democratic, sometimes like a dictator and sometimes in representative type of way listening to gripes, following appropriate channels but yet keep things moving as they were while addressing concerns and possibly change things if needed).

    Each of these methods works ok it just depends on how it’s carried out and buy who (depending on their personality, intelligence, aptitude and what they personally believe to be right and wrong).

    Both of the Congos in Africa are Constitutional Republics. Why hasn’t that worked out for them very well for decades now? And does anyone think that life in the People’s Republic of China (they have a Constitution and elections) is like life in the USA?

  2. Bruce says:

    Lucas Daniel Smith wrote:

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    Btw, I don’t really believe that there’s anything inherently great about a Constitutional Republic either. Am I some sort of anarchist then? No, absolutely not.

    But hey, present day China is a Constitutional Republic and so was the former Soviet Union. So I don’t believe that there’s any INHERENTLY great about a constitutional republic.

    I believe that probably any form of government will work depending on whose running the government.

    I’ve experimented at work leading in different ways (sometimes trying to be democratic, sometimes like a dictator and sometimes in representative type of way listening to gripes, following appropriate channels but yet keep things moving as they were while addressing concerns and possibly change things if needed).

    Each of these methods works ok it just depends on how it’s carried out and buy who (depending on their personality, intelligence, aptitude and what they personally believe to be right and wrong).

    Both of the Congos in Africa are Constitutional Republics. Why hasn’t that worked out for them very well for decades now? And does anyone think that life in the People’s Republic of China (they have a Constitution and elections) is like life in the USA?

    “A Constitutional Republic is a state where the officials are elected as representatives of the people, and must govern according to existing constitutional law that limits the government’s power over citizens.” – http://www.conservapedia.com/Constitutional_Republic

    I believe that the main advantage of a PROPERLY AND INTELLIGENTLY DRAFTED ‘Constitutional Republic’ IF IT IS FOLLOWED AS WRITTEN AND LEGALLY AMENDED, compared to all other forms of government, is stability and FREEDOM for the nation’s citizens. This is a MAJOR ADVANTAGE.

    Furthermore, I believe that a nation can not be honestly termed a Constitutional Republic, if the laws of its constitution are not being followed. Sadly, I believe the USA has been rapidly drifting (BY DESIGN) away from a Constitutional Republic to an inherently unstable Democracy, a condition that was much feared by our founding fathers.

    It’s true that China is, IN NAME ONLY, a Constitutional Republic. LOL — See – http://www.npc.gov.cn/englishnpc/Constitution/2007-11/15/content_1372964.htm

    Also, I find it interesting that Liberia’s constitution was actually based largely on the US Constitution. However, I don’t believe it’s being followed so IMO Liberia is NOT REALLY a Constitutional Republic. – http://www.liberianlegal.com/constitution1986.htm#_Article_11

    American Colonization Society and the Founding of Liberia – http://www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/american-colonization-society-and-founding-liberia

  3. Bruce says:

    The deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 were held in strict secrecy. Consequently, anxious citizens gathered outside Independence Hall when the proceedings ended in order to learn what had been produced behind closed doors. The answer was provided immediately. A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, “A republic, IF YOU CAN KEEP IT.” (Benjamin Franklin)

    Bold and caps emphasis added!

    http://www.ourrepubliconline.com/Author/21

  4. Bruce says:

    Definition of republic

    a
    (1) :a government having a chief of state who is not a monarch and who in modern times is usually a president
    (2) :a political unit (such as a nation) having such a form of government

    b
    (1) :a government in which supreme power resides in a body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by elected officers and representatives responsible to them and governing according to law
    (2) :a political unit (such as a nation) having such a form of government

    …………………………………..

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/republic

  5. @ Bruce:
    Btw, Bruce, don’t get me wrong. I do prefer the Constitutional Republic form of government. It’s just that I don’t believe that it itself is so great. To me it depends on many factors.

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