The Founding Father’s built America based on Freedom and liberty. The very fabric of our nation was woven from the threads of the men who died before us, defending our Constitution and these God-given rights. A narcissist from Kenya and his posse of evil decepticons want to destroy all of that. What would they say if they were alive to see what is becoming of the nation they worked so very hard to create.
The nanny state that America has become, that is no longer implementing the philosophy that with hard work and perseverance, you can achieve the American dream. Instead, it has become a society of lazy welfare darlings, insisting on demanding what they believe they are “entitled”.
The dummying down of society is pervasive with its citizens more concerned with the latest i-Phone and episodes of Keeping up with the Kardashians, than with what is happening to their world around them. Our youth is going bananas, with a slew of murders due to the blatant problem of mental illness, which society refuses to address as a problem.
America is spending money hand over fist, having to raise the debt ceiling to pay for the outrageous spending. The nation is spending of money we don’t have. Millions of criminals are flooding into border towns that are convicted felons, gang members, drug cartel, possible members of terrorist organizations, disease ridden, and the President does nothing to intervene! In fact, it is suspected that he orchestrated the entire disaster.
A military deserter and his parents are honored at the White House instead of the families of the fallen soldiers that paid the ultimate price of death looking for the rat. Allowing the father to give praise to Allah at the peoples’ White House, in front of the world to see. was vomitous. The tone at the White House hasn’t been one of patriotism and loyalty to America, but one of a love and devotion for Muslims.
A failed healthcare tax has been forced upon the citizens of this great country, even though they screamed no. It will destroy the middle class, leaving only the rich and poor classes. Having more than someone else because you worked hard for it has suddenly now become a social injustice. Giving up a piece of your pie so somebody else can have more is the accepted method of stealing these days.
Scandal after scandal rock the news wires from an arrogant corrupt administration, as Americans wait helplessly for answers. Innocent lives have been taken and laws have been broken. A community organizer’s clouded view of just what America should be isn’t going to change the real truth. She has been through war and depressions and she can get through the storm of this administration. Don’t give up on America, for she needs us now.
We dare not forget today that we are the heirs of that first revolution. Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans — born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage — and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today at home and around the world.
America is strong with a history richer than any other, withstanding disasters as well as triumphs, always emerging more beautiful and majestic. Her roots run deep, like the red wood and the old oak. The heartland is ironclad, where no foe can penetrate the sense of unity and kinship that flourish there among the people. America is the envy of the world because of our freedom and liberties. As the great Thomas Jefferson said; “All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for the people of good conscience to remain silent.”
Take a stand, for you are Americans! Fight for the amazing country that our Founding Father’s built with bravery and solidarity. She is your country; protect her from enemies foreign and domestic. March to Washington and demand your voices be heard! For we are the people, and we the people are coming!
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