Presidency in the United States

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Red States Versus Blue States

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Red States Versus Blue States is the underlying issue of all political battles.

The population is split almost equally between the two factions.  The split is not going away.  One side wants to be left alone, while the other side wants to control the other.

It is like a civil war.

The two could live in harmony if both sides would agree to let the other side free to do as it wants.  This would be an end to majority rule.  One side would agree to this, the other would never agree.

One side is definitely evil.

This situation affects all political contests, none more so than the presidency.

Which side are you on?

What can be done?

What if the situation continues?


Comments and referrals to this blog would be greatly appreciated.


Written by solutions777

November 25, 2011 at 6:22 PM

6 Responses

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  1. While I am not sure if you have the blue as the evil, but that is what I suspect as evil. My definition is because I think of the blue side as the money side. While the red is the good side fighting for reform and truth.

    I am on the red side in that case!
    Another great post :)


    November 25, 2011 at 6:30 PM

    • Whichever side is the money side is irrelevant. What is important, is that one side does not control the other. Liberty/freedom means that the individual gets to keep the fruits of his labors. Wealth should not be taken from someone just because they have a lot and other have little or none. The government role is to act as referee of the economic system, NOT to change the system to influence the results. The truth is that many people deserve to be poor. The government should be about “Fair to ALL”.


      December 2, 2011 at 1:43 AM

      • Why do you believe that some people deserve to be poor? Do you also believe that some people deserve to be rich? I do no believe that it is about what anyone deserves. In this life, you are humbled and exalted by life. So if the rich/exalted man suddenly becomes humbled/poor does he then deserve to be poor forever? If a man that has been humble all of his life, who suddenly becomes rich one day, deserve to be rich? Things like wealth and poverty just happen in this life, whether we deserve it or not.

        Can you give me an example of a Democrat controlling a Republican and a Republican controlling a Democrat?


        December 6, 2011 at 7:45 AM

      • Your comment sparks additional comment while being totally inane. No one deserves anything; that is not what it is about. It is about everybody being free to do as he pleases as long as he does not infringe on the rights of others. Politics is about controlling others. It is that simple.


        December 8, 2011 at 6:44 PM

  2. You said wealth should not be taken from some just because others have little wealth. So, what I’m asking you, do you think that the Federal welfare system is a type of control against the wealthy? Do you disagree with redistributing wealth via taxation on the wealthy, middle class, or business?

    I’ll tell you what I believe. I believe that everyone ought to pay some tax. I’m not against the wealthy. I don’t believe that a tax on their income impinges upon their freedom to live so much as to make them destitute. Plus, I believe that politicians ought to be working together to get this nation on the right track rather than trying to control or fight each other.


    December 8, 2011 at 9:04 PM

    • The government should be a referee to ensure fair play. It should not be deciding winners and losers. Everybody should pay some taxes. Government is very inefficient and wasteful. A side effect of the welfare system is that politicians use it to buy votes; this is wrong. The welfare system or paying reasonable taxes do not control the wealthy, but targeting the wealthy for more and more taxes is evil.

      Thank you for the dialogue, it is appreciated.


      December 9, 2011 at 6:34 PM

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