Presently, there are several houses that have an odor problem and they are located in Washington, DC. Periodically, throughout our history, the persistence of the reeking smell has been dealt with by opening the windows and airing out the buildings.
To name a few of the ventilations of our political system: the 1824 election and the “Corrupt Bargain,” Boss Tweed and his political machine in 1896, the Teapot Dome Scandal of 1924 and most recently, the Watergate scandal of 1972.
It has been said that power corrupts and too much power corrupts absolutely. The indiscretions of the past were ultimately uncovered through the efforts of the press and judiciary; fueled in some cases, by public pressure. In our present state of affairs, the liberal media has failed the American public by being a tool of liberalism. Our forefathers did not have a clue how the press could be bought when they wrote “freedom of the press” into the Constitution. This power of the press has been squandered and used to manipulate the population rather than protect it.
As we enter into our next national election cycle some of the same old players of the past are bidding for appointment to the leadership of this country. Naming the names is not really what is important here, because we all know who they are. It is that persistence of odor, coupled with the loss of our sense of smell by many Americans, that is the real danger.
We, as a collective, fail to see the corrupt judge who fosters liberal thinking, through his or her illogical reasoning, only to advance their political objectives. The United States Constitution, in their eyes, is merely a piece of historical paper. We, as a collective, fail to see how the corrupt politician lines his or her pockets, with the money from hardworking, decent citizens ever considers those individuals when passing legislations. We, as a collective, fail to understand that a man in the Whitehouse, nurtured in Muslim thought, will have our best interest at heart.
It is time we take out the trash, open the windows and do some housecleaning. Our Constitution is in danger of being permeated with the present reek of corruption. If we do not act with purpose of change, we will surely suffocate from the stench.