<<… anticipation, in a process that validates an establishment, that never meaningfully changes?
What if that establishment does want and doesn’t have, the consent of the governed?
What if the two parties system was actually a mechanism used to limit so-called public opinion?
What if there were more than two sides to every issue, but the two parties wanted to box you into a corner, one of their corners?
What is there’s no such thing as public opinion, because every thinking person has opinions that are uniquely his own?
What if what we call public opinion was just a manufactured narrative that makes it easier to convince people that if their views are different, then there’s something wrong with that or something wrong with them?
What is the whole purpose of the Democratic and Republican parties was not to expand voters choices, but to limit them?
What if the widely perceived differences between the two parties was just an illusion?
What if the heart of the government policies remains the same no matter who’s in the White House?
What if the heart of the government policies remains the same no matter what the people want?
What if those wanted differences between Democrat and Republican were actually just minor disagreements?
What if both parties just want power and are ready to want young people fight meaningless wars in order to enhance that power?
What if both parties continue to fight the war on drugs just to give bureaucrats and cops bigger budgets, and more jobs?
What if government policies didn’t change when government leaders did?
What if no matter who won an election, government stayed the same?
What if government was really a revolving door for political hoax, tending to exploiting the people once they’re in charge?
What if both parties supported welfare, war, debts, bail-outs and big government?
What if the rhetoric the candidates displayed on the campaign trail was dumped after electoral victory?
What if Barack Obama campaign does an anti-war, pro-civil liberties candidate, and then wage senseless wars while assaulting your rights that the Constitution is supposed to protect?
What if George W. Bush campaign on a platform on non-intervention and small government, and then wages their foreign policy of muscular military intervention and a domestic policy of vast government borrowing and growth?
What if Bill Clinton declared that the era of big government was over, but actually just convinced Republicans like Newt Gingrich that they can get what they want out of a big government too?
What if the Republican went along with it?
What if Ronald Reagan spent six years running for President, promising to shrink the government, but then the government grew when he was in the White House?
What if notwithstanding Reagan’s ideas and cheerfulness and libertarian rhetoric, there really was no Reagan revolution at all.
What if all of this was happening again?
What if Rick Santorum is being embraced by voters who want small government, even though Senator Santorum voted for the Patriot Act, for an expansion of Medicare and for raising the debt ceiling by trillions of dollars?
What if Mitt Romney is being embraced by voters who want anyone but Barack Obama, but they don’t realize that Mitt Romney might as well be Barack Obama on everything, from warfare to welfare?
What if Ron Paul is being ignored by the media, not because as he claims he is unappealing or unelectable, but because he doesn’t fit into the pre-manufactured public opinion mould used by the establishment to pigeon-hole the electorate and create the so-called narrative that drives media coverage of elections?
What if the biggest difference between most candidates was not substance, but style?
What if those stylistic differences were package of the substantive ones to reinforce the illusion of a difference between Democrats and Republicans?
What if Mitt Romneys wins, and then’s up continuing most of the same policies that Barack Obama promoted?
What if Barack Obama’s policies too are merely extensions of those from George W. Bush?
What if a government that manipulated us could be fired?
What if a government that lacked the true and knowing consent of the governed, could be dismissed?
What if it were possible to have a real game changer?
What if we need a Ron Paul to preserve and protect our freedoms from the government?
What if we can make elections matter again?
What if we can do something about this?>>