Republican Americanism? Or NEW-Democrat Socialism? — Your Choice!

Written by William Pauwels on October 1, 2020

Do you want America to change? Do you understand that our standard of living is unprecedented in the history of the world? Do you appreciate the fact that the US government and economy have thrived for nearly 300 years – more than any other modern government. Do you know that no Socialistic nation has survived for long without reverting at least in part to free-market Capitalism? China, Sweden, Great Britain are prime examples.

I simply do not like anti-Americanism. America has given us the highest standard of living in the history of mankind. Why would any person with an ounce of brains imitate Socialism?

Look at Communism — the ultimate Socialistic System. It always fails. Russia failed, Communist China failed, Venezuela is failing. You name a Communist or Socialistic country and it eventually fails.

Socialism doesn’t work. It’s been disproven time and time again. It sounds good – but it never works. It eventually goes bust and reverts to Natural Law (Capitalism, Free Enterprise, Individual Liberty, The Rule Of Law, etc.) Communism is even worse. So why in heavens name is the Democrat Party pushing our country in the direction of Socialism? Why are they advocating Marxist, Leninist, New Democrats?

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The Democratic Party has changed. I call it the NEW-Democrat Party because it no longer stands for Americanism* as defined by our Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. It is now a Leftist, quasi-Socialistic, atheistic, pro-abortion, globalist, free-trade, high tax party. Is that what you want?

Basement Biden and Kamala Harris are now on the warpath in pursuit of the presidency. Voters must now decide what they want: Republican Americanism? Or NEW-Democrat Socialism?

Americanism is best described in the following summary. It is responsible for the American Way-of-Life* that we’ve enjoyed over the centuries … Socialism, on the other hand, has been changing over the decades and now is, more or less, a quasi-Communistic system promoted by the NEW-Democrats. It means significant government control, more government regulations, less industry and manufacturing, slower growth, less employment, more dependency on foreign supplied energy, less fracking and natural gas production, higher taxation, open borders, government provided medical, no private medical, a liberal judiciary, abortion, euthanasia, etc. In other words, voting for Democrats means a radical change in our American Way-of-Life.

Frankly, I don’t think that’s what you really want! It’s simply that too many voters are uninformed. They do not fully understand what made America great. Worse yet, they buy into the NEW Democrat sales pitch – that the government is going to take care of them. That’s Socialism! A very old promise. It has never worked. It won’t work in the United States either. And why should we, the most prosperous nation in history, fall for NEW Democrat Party Socialism, which has never worked for any extended period of time.

President Trump demonstrated what does work. Before the Chinese Coronavirus invasion, the Trump administration had achieved a level of prosperity greater than ever before. Clearly, Pres. Trump knows how to manage and lead. And he will do it again as soon as Covid-19 is brought under control via better treatments and vaccinations.

I believe in the American-Way. President Trump believes in Americanism. Republican candidates for the House and Senate similarly believe in the American Prosperity Machine.
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William Pauwels
William A. Pauwels, Sr. was born in Jackson Michigan to a Belgian, immigrant, entrepreneurial family. Bill is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served in executive and/or leadership positions at Thomson Industries, Inc., Dow Corning, Loctite and Sherwin-Williams. He is currently CIO of Pauwels Private Investment Practice. He's been commenting on matters political/economic/philosophical since 1980.