Democratic Party must go the way of the Know-Nothing Party

2012-05-16T00:00:00Z Democratic Party must go the way of the Know-Nothing Party nwitimes.com

The Democratic Party must have a death wish for the United States.

The proof is in their policies of the past 40 years, implemented with the help of allies in the mainstream media.

People well versed in history, religion, economics, politics and culture warn that a nation cannot destroy the lives of millions of its unborn future generations, nor thumb its nose at God, who instituted marriage to be between a man and a woman.

America’s liberal religion uses the Democratic Party to replace God with the government idol, ignoring the legal basis on which our country was founded. Without passing a budget, Democrats are satisfied to keep borrowing money and inciting class and gender warfare to hold power.

For the good of the country the Democratic Party must go the way of the Know-Nothing Party and leave the political field to conservative Republicans and Libertarians to spar over policies that will guarantee America’s future.

- Martin Henrichs, Valparaiso

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