Thursday, August 6, 2009

Remember Who We Are…

We are under attack from a federal government that has become paranoid about the people they serve. The problem is they have forgotten that they serve us, not the other way around. This is a government that is given its power by the people, the government does not grant us power. We are in control not them.

The reason people are getting in their face is we are getting a feeling that this government is about to do some really damaging things to the greatest nation in the world; unconstitutionally. That gets Americans worked up and active. There is no need for groups to organize a “resistance” because the resistance is coming from the soul of the American people. This administration and its cohorts can use their talking points to try to marginalize this movement but it will be fruitless because we the people are talking amongst ourselves.

We will not put up with a White House that is soliciting people to rat out organizers. We don’t need organizers but even if we did, that is our right. We are not sheep so unless a movement rings a chord with us the movement will fail. We are upset with the direction of these people and every day this federal government is plotting new ways to destroy the wealth and soul of this nation.

We will win in the end because no matter what side of the ticket people vote for they are united on one front which is; if our government doesn’t listen to the people we will change our government. The congress is about to go up for election next year and a simple call, e-mail, or visit to remind them of who they work for will go a long way.

We are Americans and we love a good fight. We have a history of victory and we have been known to make the right changes throughout history. This administration is gathering its soldiers; unions, socialists, thugs, and elitists to squelch your voice. They have forgotten who we are; Americans first… We will continue to speak out!


Anonymous said...

Be careful Rich, you might be put on Obama's "enemy" list. CML

Rich said...

I would consider it a badge of honor! I can only dream of the words that Thomas Jefferson would use to describe the state of our intrusive federal government. I do know it would be eloquent... Something like " “I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it.” Ah! how refreshing!