Bill Wilson – www.dailyjot.com
I received a curious email from Christian brother and Kansas Republican Congressman Tim Huelskamp saying that when he ran for Congress, he pledged he would not raise taxes on the people. Then he alerted me to what was going on behind the scenes in Washington with the Republican leadership. He said, “Now the Republican establishment is attacking me and bullying any conservative who takes a principled stand for fiscal responsibility. Just this week House Leadership removed me from the Budget Committee as a punishment for refusing to toe the party line.” Seems that Speaker of the House, John Boehner, is purging conservative voices in his leadership, so he can find “common ground” with the Democrats.
After the election Boehner issued a statement to the news media. It said: “If there is a mandate, it is a mandate for both parties to find common ground and take steps together to help our economy grow and create jobs, which is critical to solving our debt.” I want you to understand here that “common ground” is a Hegelian Dialectic term designed to advance communism. There is a thesis, antithesis, then synthesis. Common ground is the synthesis. It is used in creating crisis to bring about change. Thesis may be the economy. Antithesis is the created crisis of the Fiscal Cliff. Synthesis is the common ground achieved to alleviate the crisis–usually advancing socialism, i.e. more taxes, more government.
South Carolina Republican Senator Jim DeMint criticized Boehner for his willingness to compromise. Huelskamp says that Boehner is punishing him for voting against “out-of-control regulations, wasteful spending, and massive new government debt.” He says Boehner didn’t keep his word on his stated principles. The occupant of the Oval Office is practicing the Hegelian Dialectic perfectly. He says he will not compromise on taxes, and Boehner is the perfect example of giving in to the Hegelian Dialectic as he is often saying that he wants to find common ground. Boehner claims the president is deliberately wasting time by insisting on raising taxes as the “Fiscal Cliff” approaches.
Boehner doesn’t seem to understand that it is all part of the strategy to create a crisis and make people accept the solution to the “crisis” by synthesizing the antithesis. Meanwhile, the Congressional Budget Office reports that the federal government has been borrowing 46 cents on every dollar it has spent since October 1. This amounts to $4.8 billion of borrowed money each day, according to CNSNews.com. Kind of gives new meaning to Exodus 20:17, “Thou shalt not covet…, doesn’t it? It is time for the American people to enter this debate, but it seems they are so busy with their lives or ignorant of this condition, they do not know what to do–another element of the Hegelian Dialectic called ideological subversion–changing the perception of reality so that “no one is able to come to sensible conclusions.”