Our country is in its current condition and getting worse because many Democrat and Republican politicians have failed to obey their oath of office to the United States. They support — or allow — policies that benefit the United Nations to the detriment of the United States.
Many true patriots, those whose actions match their proclamations, are registering as independents until there is a party they believe will be pro-United States. Since the 1990s, the Democrats and Republicans have been the disease, not the cure. I, for one, will not be part of the disease.
We must demand political action that is pro-USA.
The negative influence of the United Nations upon U.S. economic policy is well documented. The greatest threat to our country is not Iran, North Korea, the Taliban or al-Qaida. These are splinters in our country's finger. The greatest threat to our country is the progressive politicians serving the interests of the United Nations.
Ultimately, if we are too foolish or soft to take action at the voting booth, then we will get what we deserve.
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