Why is this election even close?
To me, the answer to this question is either that the election is really not all that close, and the polls are skewed, purposefully poorly sampled and statistically manipulated to encourage liberals and discourage conservatives; with respondents also answering the polls in the way they think they are "supposed to" answer the poll questions rather than answering with how they really feel. Or the answer is, and I pray this is not the case, that the last 100 years of relentless propaganda by Marxist-inspired academic elites, filtering into the media more and more over time, invading and saturating most of Hollywood and the music industry -- and now embedded in the culture more and more through an educational system that begins the indoctrination and brainwashing of citizens towards group think, group identity and division, and a redistributionist ideology starting in kindergarten, has finally and perhaps irreversibly convinced a true permanent majority of voting Americans that socialism/Marxism really is better than constitutional liberty, equal opportunity, the rule of law, and equal justice before the law for all individuals. (When I say their votes I mean at least "their votes" that are ultimately counted, whether legitimate or fraudulent -- the left doesn't care how they win, just that they win.) 
This possible new majority would seem to have succumbed to the millennial lie, offered to the masses over and over by a succession of demagogues (who regularly become dictators), that teaches that simply taking from those who work hard and produce, to give to those who won't and don't, will provide prosperity for everyone -- or at least that the takers will feel better when everyone fails! 
Throughout history this social compact has failed every time, and those who might have at first seemed to have derived some benefit from simply taking from others (i.e. "forced redistribution" -- something both Karl Marx and Barak Obama proudly, loudly and repeatedly have espoused!), eventually see their own self-interest sacrificed, along with the rights and property of those they have taken from, as national economies stagnate and then crumble, and the national resolve to defend one's nation from foreign invasion weakens and eventually disappears, leading to desperate poverty, as well as subjugation and slavery. So we ask ourselves today-"Is this fast-approaching national election really something more than just the next time we as Americans choose between two relatively similar candidates for President, between two national parties that are really not all that different, whose policies will have similar overall outcomes for the health and vitality of the nation--or, rather, is this election something more than that, something involving the actual survival of the United States as we have known it, as it was founded, as it has functioned so brilliantly over the past 250 years-bringing hope and blessing to untold millions the world over?" 
100 years of resisted pressure towards "progressivism" (socialistic, redistributionist, Marxist ideology) culminated in the election, 4 years ago, of Barak Obama, with his unabashed and open espousal of Marxism, of one-world governance, of "puttingg America in her place", of conciously devastating the US economy (ruinous deficits, monetizing the monstrous debt, socializing great industries, choking off energy independence), and gutting national defense. Most reality-based thinking Americans will readily conclude that no, this is no ordinary election--and yes, our very survival is at stake. To pretend otherwise is not only unwise, but also an affront to any honest assessment of the truth. This election is not at all about "politics as usual"--it is about national survival. 
May enough of us Americans have the courage to help our fellow Americans focus on what is truly at stake this November, and by God's grace preserve an unmistakable majority who will see the truth and vote to carry on the blessing of what this nation has been and can yet be.
May God's grace be with us, and may God bless the United States.
Ricky Lee Jackson, MD


To me, the answer to this question is either that the election is really not all that close, and the polls are skewed, purposefully poorly sampled and statistically manipulated to encourage liberals and discourage conservatives; with respondents also answering the polls in the way they think they are "supposed to" answer the poll questions rather than answering with how they really feel. Or the answer is, and I pray this is not the case, that the last 100 years of relentless propaganda by Marxist-inspired academic elites, filtering into the media more and more over time, invading and saturating most of Hollywood and the music industry -- and now embedded in the culture more and more through an educational system that begins the indoctrination and brainwashing of citizens towards group think, group identity and division, and a redistributionist ideology starting in kindergarten, has finally and perhaps irreversibly convinced a true permanent majority of voting Americans that socialism/Marxism really is better than constitutional liberty, equal opportunity, the rule of law, and equal justice before the law for all individuals. (When I say their votes I mean at least "their votes" that are ultimately counted, whether legitimate or fraudulent -- the left doesn't care how they win, just that they win.) 

This possible new majority would seem to have succumbed to the millennial lie, offered to the masses over and over by a succession of demagogues (who regularly become dictators), that teaches that simply taking from those who work hard and produce, to give to those who won't and don't, will provide prosperity for everyone -- or at least that the takers will feel better when everyone fails! 

Throughout history this social compact has failed every time, and those who might have at first seemed to have derived some benefit from simply taking from others (i.e. "forced redistribution" -- something both Karl Marx and Barack Obama proudly, loudly and repeatedly have espoused!), eventually see their own self-interest sacrificed, along with the rights and property of those they have taken from, as national economies stagnate and then crumble, and the national resolve to defend one's nation from foreign invasion weakens and eventually disappears, leading to desperate poverty, as well as subjugation and slavery. So we ask ourselves today-"Is this fast-approaching national election really something more than just the next time we as Americans choose between two relatively similar candidates for President, between two national parties that are really not all that different, whose policies will have similar overall outcomes for the health and vitality of the nation -- or, rather, is this election something more than that, something involving the actual survival of the United States as we have known it, as it was founded, as it has functioned so brilliantly over the past 250 years-bringing hope and blessing to untold millions the world over?" 

100 years of resisted pressure towards "progressivism" (socialistic, redistributionist, Marxist ideology) culminated in the election, 4 years ago, of Barack Obama, with his unabashed and open espousal of Marxism, of one-world governance, of "puttingg America in her place", of conciously devastating the US economy (ruinous deficits, monetizing the monstrous debt, socializing great industries, choking off energy independence), and gutting national defense. Most reality-based thinking Americans will readily conclude that no, this is no ordinary election--and yes, our very survival is at stake. To pretend otherwise is not only unwise, but also an affront to any honest assessment of the truth. This election is not at all about "politics as usual" -- it is about national survival. 

May enough of us Americans have the courage to help our fellow Americans focus on what is truly at stake this November, and by God's grace preserve an unmistakable majority who will see the truth and vote to carry on the blessing of what this nation has been and can yet be.

May God's grace be with us, and may God bless the United States.

Ricky Lee Jackson, MD

 

What Fox News Says About Ricky Lee Jackson:

"He’s the new Joe the Plumber; now there's Rick the Doctor...
Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
~ Fox and Friends / Fox News
 

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