Do politicans have any conception of rights? To acquaint you with what has gone before, Warren Harding, a Repubican, President from 1921 to 1923, a self-made newspaper publisher, promised to undo Woodrow Wilson’s progressive government escapade, which ended in depression. Calvin Coolidge, Harding’s Vice President, after his death, continued to reinvigorate the hopes of the middleclass. I call myself Joe Smith, the Original. I was born in 1925, in the “Roaring Twenties,” in the year that the politicians authorized the IRS to examine personal income records. It only affected the very rich. Yea! We now face the consequences. We are being taxed out of house and home to enhance the power of unions and politicians—only because we’ve accepted this outrage. The voters of Wisconsin voted for Governor Walker to get government spending in balance with expenditures. Get a little bloody, politicians tell union workers. Your rights mean nothing to politicians. This is raw power on the rampage.
The current scene in Madison, Wisconsin clearly tells us what progressive government means. Group rights have superseded individual rights. The teacher’s union deprives us of the education we need to keep life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness alive. The power of the union—collective bargaining—causes us to get a poor education at the highest cost in the world—all for the purpose of stigmatizing us. Get on your knees and pray that this will end now and forever after. Never compromise!
In order to effectively cure the problem progressive government caused, Governor Walker knew it required taking away some of the collective bargaining rights of teachers. Otherwise, the problem would never go away. What are governments always about? Without being controlled by the taxpayers, they will rob the taxpayers of every right they have. That’s why the U. S. Constitution gave the individual inalienable rights. That’s why I had my bigger than life calling. That’s why my life is good. That’s what President Obama, the unions, and all of those whose philosophy is after me you come first, want to change. They have for years and will continue their self-serving rampage on rights unless the majority stops them.
I’m known here as Joe Aquarian Smith. I was born Aquarius rising. The United States was born under the sign of Aquarius. We are leaving the Age of Pisces, whose sign is two attached fish swimming in opposite directions. Does the sign of Pisces not exactly describe the current world situation, and the situation your President calls democracy? The sign of Aquarius is the water-bearer to humanity. The sign stands for brotherhood and fraternity. The sign of Pisces means oppression—you under control—you the slave. It starts with dependence on government—government entitlements.
You come to this life a unique individual with a destiny all your own. From that time forward you are dumbed down by politicians to think in terms of a cog in the wheel of progress (progressive government). You people on the street are probably doubting Thomases who give lip service to God. But progressive government has you by the nap of your neck. Personally, a nobody; the good of all is all that counts, how otherwise could the scene in Madison, Wisconsin have come about? You people with the signs are weak willed Pisceans. Not a single one of you on the street knows the power that lies within you. You mindlessly take orders from your herd hierarchy—union bosses. I know because I’m witnessing your deplorable behavior. And to think you are teaching our children makes me sick.
I took up the torch of liberty and justice. Everyone I know thought I’d lost my mind. Alone, I challenged the politicians in court, claimed they were unconstitutionally taxing me. I fought them singlehandedly eleven years to no avail. I didn’t give up. I took the court record to the press and got a front page story. Why? Because I did something no else had done. That’s the difference in me and you people on the street. The IRS ate crow throughout the newspaper story. I won big because I had the guts to stick my finger in the IRS eye. The difference in me and you ranting and raving on the street is that I know I came with a purpose.