Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Real Reform to Restore a Republic

Real reform seems virtually unattainable.  Restoring a form of government that was never really established may look even more impossible.  Yet, activists that seek a substantiate form of governance are confronted with the need to become pragmatic about what defines a legitimate government.  In the wake of the latest round of political scandals just what can genuine conservatives do to advocate a common sense alternative to bipartisan criminality?  The first step is to boldly and objectively acknowledge the root flaws in what has become an insane depiction of equalitarian democracy.  

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