Saturday, November 14, 2015

Joni Ernst: The Coronation of the New Face of Privatization

It is only proper when a reigning queen abdicates, to regally hail the new queen.

This coronation is to recognize the next phase for control of social and economic national policies for corporations, or what I prefer to call it "selling chattel."

History is cyclical; I just really enjoy watching this one unfold.

Her Royal Majesty, Phyllis Schlafly
In the beginning there was Phyillis Schlafly, the queen mother of the Family Rights Movement.

She was the one person who stood up, with open arms, and took in the politically exiled, the socially and economically awkward, the fathers whose wives had filed for divorce, took full custody of the kids and were entirely decimated in character and financial substance with child support.

She was the one who wiped the tears of the middle class mothers who were losing their children to poverty and the States through Child Protective Services.

Phyllis Schlafly brought all the little groups together, from across the nation, to D.C. and told them, "Go forth my children, make new friends and bring them to the Tea Party!"

I witnessed the event.

When all her children came back together with millions of new friends just like them, she was so elated that she quickly sat her children down and began to tell them about the magical story called "Religious Freedom" and how they could get back everything they had lost, including parental rights as a religious belief.
The Madame Maura Corrigan

From there it was launched the Parental Rights movement, the genus of the Tea Party, Michigan Supreme Court Justice The Madame Maura Corrigan.

The Madame Corrigan (always said with clinched teeth in an haughty British breath), only held the golden scepter during her reign when she was Blue Slipped and launched the national movement of judicial lobbying, was eventually relegated to designing obfuscatory administrative policy structures to, in a nutshell, create constitutional constraints to control "the poors" and their God-awful "underground economies".
Parental Rights was a brilliant policy strategy whose origins are in Michigan and I was right there at the table.  Basically, these newly and strategically selected leaders went back to their respective states and started a national structure to amend the U.S. Constitution to include parental rights as a religious belief whereby limiting the role of furthering a governmental interest by giving a newly personified corporation the ability to think and believe.

The Madame was one of the behind-the-scenes architecture of Michigan's Emergency Manager Law and the new frontline general in making sure the polices behind it stood up to public scrutiny after stepping down from the State Supreme Court to become Director of the Department of Human Services and lead advocate in defense of the federal consent agreement.

Her skills led her to back to national policymaking for more socio-economic policy experiments with the American Enterprise Institute.

Then came the next installation of conservative matriarchs, the one and only Michele Bachmann,
Queen of Child Welfare Fraud. to become the beautiful face to grace the Religious Freedom movement.

Her entire reign involved the promulgation of child welfare reform in the promotion of the platform of letting churches give it the ol' heave hoe!

Her role in history was to promote "the best interests of the child".

Foster care is the way to the end of poverty which is considered abuse and neglect as a result of moral turpitude.
The Parental Rights Amendment was about to toll as there were not enough states on board for ratification, but the roadmap was in place for the next ratification of the U.S. Constitution and it was the Religious Freedom Restoration Act legislation, and the States were cranking it out.

The next policy initiative was privatization:  the moneymaker.  By deregulating corporations through the belief that it is an animated, albeit artificial,  individual person, capable of religious beliefs, 

At this juncture, it is now written in stone that God cannot be audited, and in this manner, God has now been designed into a fully operational non-profit corporation while taking over the government trust, fiscally and socially, through privatization.

NOW COMES, Her royal majesty,  U.S. Representative Joni Ernst, Queen of Privatization.

Ernst carries concealed weapon “90 percent of the time” (AUDIO)

Privatization Queen Joni Ernst
of the U.S. House of Representatives

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst says she is “passionate” about gun rights — and she carries a gun nearly every day.
“I carry probably 90 percent of the time,” Ernst told reporters this morning.
Ernst refers to her concealed weapon as her “black purse.”
“It’s something I am with,” Ernst said. “I’ve grown up with weapons. I serve in the military. I’m comfortable with that, but it is a sense of security, too.”
Ernst, a battalion commander in the Iowa National Guard, spoke this morning at the Des Moines Conservative Breakfast Club and gun rights were one of the topics she raised during her remarks.
“The Second Amendment is not just words on a piece of paper,” Ernst said. “We have the right to keep and bear arms, period and it is something that I am willing to defend when I go to Washington, D.C.”
AUDIO of Ernst’s speech and Q&A with audience, 29:40
During a question and answer period with the audience, Ernst said “pretty severe cuts” are needed in the federal budget.
“I don’t believe in an education department at the federal level. I think that is something that we could eliminate and that would save,” Ernst said. “We have to take a good, hard look at entitlement programs.”
Ernst did not mention the entitlements of Social Security and Medicare, however. Instead, she questioned the growing budget for food stamps.
“We have lost a reliance on not only our own families, but so much of what our churches and private organizations used to do. They used to have wonderful food pantries. They used to provide clothing for those that really needed it, but we have gotten away from that,” Ernst said. “Now we’re at a point where the government will just give away anything. We have to stop that.”
Ernst served as Montgomery County Auditor for six years. She’s been a state senator for three years and now faces a June 2014 GOP primary battle for the U.S. Senate nomination. At least six Republican men have said they are running or may seek the nomination.
Democrat Tom Harkin announced he would not seek reelection to the U.S. Senate in 2014. Congressman Bruce Braley of Waterloo has been the only candidate to emerge as the Democratic Party’s likely U.S. Senate nominee.

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