Sunday, March 13, 2016


            We have, along with a Declaration of Independence, a set of laws in this country that our founding fathers laid out, knowing full well the consequences of their actions.  A handful of then-colonists dared to object to what rules and regulations were being enacted without any input from them…and their opponent was one of, if not THE, strongest nation on the face of the earth at the time.   Once independence was declared, it was necessary to defend that action, and the colonists did…and the United States was born.  It wasn’t easy, it wasn’t without bloodshed, and it wasn’t without some bickering among the signers of the documents…but it was done, and we’re here today and we are the recipients of those actions.
            There were those then, and we have some like them today, that want to return to some other form of government, rather than the republic we have.   They profess to want a democracy.   Do they understand what a democracy is?   According to Webster’s Dictionary a democracy is actions by majority rule.  Maybe this will make it somewhat clearer…three animals, two wolves and a sheep are deciding what to have for dinner.  Do you want to put any money on which way that vote will go?   Democracy has been likened to mob rule, but that may be a bit harsh, but nevertheless it is majority rule.
On the other hand, we are a republic, which is vastly different from a democracy.  
Here’s an explanation of  a republic…A  Republic, on the other hand, has a very different purpose and an entirely different form, or system, of government. Its purpose is to control The Majority strictly, as well as all others among the people, primarily to protect The Individual’s God-given, unalienable rights and therefore for the protection of the rights of The Minority, of all minorities, and the liberties of people in general. The definition of a Republic is: a constitutionally limited government of the representative type, created by a written Constitution--adopted by the people and changeable (from its original meaning) by them only by its amendment--with its powers divided between three separate Branches: Executive, Legislative and Judicial. Here the term "the people" means, of course, the electorate.  This excerpt is from The American Ideal of 1776: The Twelve Basic American Principles.
The United States has stumbled now and then, in its rise to the leadership of the free world.   Whatever mistakes we’ve made, have been acknowledged and corrected.  We fought a war between American citizens over the question of states rights and slavery, and eventually we corrected that.   We’ve fought two World Wars to defeat enemies that had ultimate slavery for the defeated in their plans.   Throughout all of it Americans depended on, quoted from, lived, the documents that the founding fathers put together.   All of that is now in question…why?
Islam, the cult of rape, murder and mayhem has been allowed to run rampant through the world.   The followers of the Moon God of 1400 years ago commit the most heinous of crimes in the belief that these acts are condoned.   The goal of every true believer in Islam is the submission of the entire world…and only then will there be peace, according to the Quran.   Muslims, true believers that is, can never be anything but Muslims, owing their allegiance to the Moon God and ONLY the Moon God.   In any country that they inhabit, in any sizable portion, it is desirable to return to the seventh century and because they love death more than we love life, they will gladly sacrifice themselves so that they can reach the paradise they are told is waiting for them.
Our United States Constitution is the highest law in our country.   There is no room for any foreign law.   There is no room for people who wish to fundamentally transform this country into something resembling a devolvement into a tribal land, with warlords holding sway over a little piece.   There is no room for people who truly believe that terror is a legitimate way of life.   There is no room for people who do not wish to assimilate into the mainstream of American life.   Immigrants have always been welcome, as indicated by the notion that America is a melting pot, but the system has to be upheld, and immigrants have to come here with the idea of becoming Americans.
There are those in this country now who wish to negate large parts of the United States Constitution and the amendments thereto.    This cannot be allowed to happen.
America is, as Herbert Hoover said is , “… a great social and economic experiment, noble in motive and far-reaching in purpose.”   Shall we abandon that premise and let the barbarians take over and wreak their particular kind of hellish terror on us?   The United States Constitution protects us, and we have to protect it…and all of its amendments.  We have choices to make, so wake up America…your country needs you…desperately.

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