A Democrat is generally an individual who holds some semblance of principles founded in the irretraceable policy that our Government should do all in its power to foster the American Middle Class. And yet, during these oligarchic times those Democrats seeking elected-office, do indeed have a most arduous political calculus with which to confront. Do they speak as their conviction and conscience demands, or are they willing to engage in the timorous, pusillanimity they erroneously believe will ensure the future of their political careers? Conviction of the Democrat, in particular the Progressive Democrat, are equaled to one's belief in gravity, the equator, or the fact that all people are born from women. The Progressive Democrat believes in a particular and modern American Political Philosophy which contain new ideas about Life, Liberty, the Pursuit of Happiness, Justice, and Equality. It is an unfortunate and cold reality that we have no leaders of whom we can rally around, so that fracking will not be used to build the Keystone XL pipeline. If the Democrats are truly worthy of their seats in the House of Representatives and the Senate, they must lead by highlighting the fact that 99% of American citizens live under the fruit that is political liberty, but simultaneously the yoke of economic tyranny. Indeed, the vast majority of Americans are not free.
There can no doubt as the fact that the National Message of the Democratic Party is muddled at best. The confusion lies in the fear of its members, which compels the citizen with the most average political knowledge view both parties without differentiation. It appears that both serve the same masters.is what protected us from the terrorists. Why be afraid to show us the evidence?
President Obama's handling of domestic policy in relation to the Fortune 500 American corporation, in particular Exxon and the large banks, was the policy of his predecessor. Save for Obamacare, he has done very little to ease the suffering of the American family. He cites consecutive months of private sector job growth, while ignoring that the quality of jobs are not sufficient for Americans to recoup what they lost since 2008. Economist Paul Krugman is quite correct: this is the Lesser Depression, and it would seem to this author and millions of others that the Democratic Party is interested in maintaining power, while governing like Republicans. As a Democrat, this is a sickening reality which a severe test to one's patriotism. The Party to which I belong, which is my only alternative to the one who outright supports oligarchy, is led by individuals who are distancing themselves from Obamacare. Although I twice voted fro the President, additionally sending small dollar amounts to his campaign as well as to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, neither the President nor the Democrats in the United States Congress have the courage to lead the nation. While he deserves lauds of praise for ordering the assassination of Osama bin Laden, but once again was too timid to show the photos to the public. The NSA thought it was a bad idea to reveal the photos, and as if this decision couldn't be more poorly made, the Obama administration discarded the body at sea it claimed in order to protect the nation from terrorists. We, the People, were under the impression that killing bin Laden
Both political parties misunderstand another conviction held by the American citizens: the overwhelming majority of us lack faith and trust in our Government. It is political cowardice that invokes this sentiment. In relation to the Democrats, we are angered that not only should they be the champions of our Bill of Rights, but also of those rights which are essential in order that each, individual citizen can enjoy Life and Liberty within a democratic-republic with a Capitalist political economy. The Affordable Care Act is a step-at least a half-step, by which the nation announced that healthcare is a right. In the final analysis, Obamacare did not go far enough.
As a citizen of the United States of America should have the option purchasing health insurance that is provided to public servants from our Federal tax dollars. In other words, I should be able to purchase the health insurance that both my Senators Booker and Menendez, and my Congressman Frank Pallone possess at no cost to themselves. Americans desire employment for its possession ensures that they and their dependents can learn, grow, flourish in a respectable manner. Indeed, the Economic Bill of Rights identified by FDR should be the platform of the Party, for the dialectical paradigm of our Government being too large or too limited is the wrong query. The American citizen wants his Government to be more intelligent, more efficient, and enacting policy that extrapolate the Spirit of '76 into our contemporary times, thereby maintaining our Liberty. Necessitous men are not free men, and Democrats should not run from this Party principle.
-Preston Henry Andrew Scott (aka Isma'il ibn Bilal)