Sunday, May 6, 2012

How To Stop Unneccesary Wars

By Reginald Kaigler (DEMCAD)

I ran into an interesting article on zerohedge about preventing unnecessary wars. One simple rule.
"If you start a war, you have to fight. If you cannot fight, then your nearest fit relative has to fight."

Simply put, if this rule was into affect when President George W. Bush spent our soldiers into Iraq, his daughters Jenna and Barbara would have been on the front lines. From a practical standpoint, this rule wouldn't make much sense. The globalist would simply select a President who was too old to fight and didn't have any children. Frankly, the requirements for president are very low. You don't need any business experience, so it's highly likely that if you're the elected candidate, you will have no idea how the economy works. You don't need any military experience, so it's likely that you will not know much about the military.

Frankly, you don't need any real experience or accomplishments to be President of the United Sates, which is why our so called leaders tend to have no real experience and no real accomplishments. Of course, you don't need to be a business person to understand the economy, or be a soldier to understand how a military works, but this experience would definitely help.

As a matter of fact, Congress has failed to balance the budget for years, so it's clear that the requirements for their positions is fairly low as well.

So this proposed rule would not prevent any unnecessary wars. To do so, we the people would have to take control of who gets into the White House to begin with. Here's a clue on how to do that.

1. Stop Supporting Republicans and Democrats
Avoid voting for anyone who has any connection to these disgraceful entities. Very libertarian, vote Green, vote someone who is pro-liberty, pro-justice and supports a stable economic structure.

2. Be Warily of People With No Accomplishments
If I ask you what has this guy/gal done, you should be able to produce three major accomplishments.
i.e. ex-Army medic (honorable discharge after 5 years) with 10 years as a homicide detective in Miami (65% clearance) and 10 years of running a gadget store. Find someone who has done more than just go to law school to learn how to screw us over.

3. Avoid Harvard-Yale-Princeton Lawyers Who Have Never Been in a Real Fight
Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Mitt Romney

But tell me what you think about the "Stop Unnecessary Wars" rule?


  1. Oddly enough I was just reading about who should NOT be in office according to the little known 13th amendment. Lawyers were never to be appointed to legislature because of the blatant conflict of interest.

  2. Love the idea about Babs and Jenna serving. That certainly would have concentrated W's mind before he took us into Iraq.
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