Andy Horning Announces Bid for U.S. Senate in 2012


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Andrew Horning, Candidate for Indiana U.S.A. SenateConstitution Day, September 16, 2011

The Freedom Farm, Freedom, Indiana

We The People have exactly and only what We The People have chosen. It should now be apparent that We The People have chosen badly for a very long time.

We The People have nobody else to blame for the endless wars, rising debts, rising crime, dropping wealth and standard of living…we have chosen every injustice, every lawless law, every bit of our ungoverned government.

The good news is that we should no longer worry about the catastrophe that’s about to engulf us, because it’s now too late to stop it. More good news is that we’ll soon be free of the ease that clouded our perceptions and retarded our actions.

Even more good news is that it is never too late to decide how We The People are to create and maintain a society by which we can live together in relative peace, prosperity and safety.

And today is a very good day to start that discussion of life over politics.

Today, the Cassandra-like Libertarians must avoid the temptation to say “I told you so,” and instead keep on working for what’s true, and what works. Libertarians and other forward-thinking people should be on hand to rebuild what generations of bad choices and the entrenched abstractions of our so-called and unconstitutional “Two Party System” have destroyed: Law and Order, Liberty and Justice for All.

Today, Libertarians need not explain why they dare oppose the so-called “Two Party System.” Today, anybody who would vote for any Democratic or Republican Party candidate has, in the words of Desi Arnaz, “got some e’splainin’ to do!”

So today, in the interest of having the right people in the right places in the event that We The People decide that this is the right time to stop the madness, I am announcing my candidacy for the office of U.S.A. Senator for the State of Indiana.

About the Author

I love my life. If you ask nicely I may be very happy to share a bit of it with you. I think that's how it's supposed to work. We're to enjoy life; and we do that best by the Golden Rule...and with a neighborly fence. I'm a realist. I know what people have always done to each other under the two-headed idol of "politics" and "justice." So while I, like anybody else, may dream of a perfect way, I can see that ain't happenin' as long as humans are in charge. So I promote the nonviolence and Rule of Law that has proven to work better than anything else, and I vigorously oppose what has always failed violently. That's all. Have a nice day.