“Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable – a most sacred right – a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.” …Abraham Lincoln
Wouldn’t it be nice if one of these mornings we could wake up to no ‘bad’ news? Where a morning cup of coffee would buoy your spirits and fire you up to a brand new day full of prospect and good fortune?
But a sinking economy, recession, appeasement of those that would harm our country, a foreign policy that dilutes our supremacy on the world stage coupled with the now daily reports of the Obama administration’s corrupt dealings, would seem to sap our resolve in believing that Obama has killed American ‘exceptionalism’ and hope for a brighter future.
With all of that said, and some not said, I believe the American spirit, key to our survival of individual rights, freedom of choice and traditions, will triumph in the end despite the sad sack policies of a President whose every action seems intent on diluting and eventually killing that American spirit. Abraham Lincoln’s quote would seem to encourage us in that resolve, to rise up and take matters into our own hands. However, the intent was metaphorical.
We are slowly rising up especially with the advent of the Tea Party which has tweaked the American conscience to action. The key to success will be for us to be as unrelenting in our message in opposition to the Obama lemmings who seem to have no clue that their path, if successful, will lead to the eventual destruction of our country. Time to get up, get out and throw Obama and his pantywaist followers out of Washington in 2012.
But the battle will be only half won if the corrupting forces of the K St lobbyists and lawyers are allowed to continue do to everything possible to keep their ‘status quo,’ at the expense of the American people. Our mission then is to make sure whoever replaces the Alinskyite zombie now in the White House, is not allowed to continue in that vain. Just my opinion.
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