Political Things to think about.
Now that the midterm elections are past and a new group of political races are being set up, here are some editorial notes that I would like to make. These are the things that politics is really about in spite of the things the general public don’t seem to always keep in mind while voting, being political activists, and/or a citizens.
All United States of America politicians are sworn to an oath of office even before they are allowed to participate in the “Political Process”. This oath of office must contains at least the verbiage “Do you (Name) solemnly swear to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America under penalty of perjury?” or some variation of word meaning the same thing, and the citizen must answer in the affirmative. They then become a “Politician” accountable to that oath and punishable by the laws of perjury and Treason if they do not comply with their answer.
Herein and do some politicians greatly err in both their campaigns and offices. All have taken this oath, some maybe unaware, this means up to and including their life if needs be, to protect and serve You the People.
I myself have taken this and similar oaths, and “I do know what it means!” All Politicians in every American Office, All Police Officers overt or covert, and all military personnel have taken this or a similar oath for You the American People.
At this point I must interject that the terms afore mentioned must include the politicians, police, military, and the citizens of the United States of America in the group labeled as “We The People of the United States” as it relates to the Constitution of the United States of America.
This having been said, any time a Politician states in their campaign “I am not a Politician…” in their campaign rhetoric to obtain your vote, this should throw up many red flags. “They are lying to you.” I have also found American Politics to be literally an undercover power struggle i.e. war over control of money, lands, territories, and personal freedoms.
Overt proofs of this reality are the assignations of such persons as Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and the shooting of Ronald Reagan as he was President of the United States of America. I personally know as a fact that there have been false arrests, malicious prosecutions, and blatant lies levied against politicians and their supporters, some of which is revealed in the political advertisements of hotly contested races.
In conclusion I must confess that The United States of America is, in spite of it’s struggles, still the greatest country on the face of this planet. Thank you for reading my post. George Black Jr.