Taking our country back part 1

the fruits of their work and the property they amassed was a passage to respect, and theirs to keep

We can take our country back. The petty insults we have today do nothing about debating the issues, and focusing on what it takes to move this country forward. Free speech was never meant to cover for petty insults, or downright lying of the officials supposedly working for us. This is all based on the concepts of multiculturalism and political correctness, both progressive concepts that were tried and are failing in Europe. Also like Europe, God has been relegated to a secondary position, if at all. Our government will bow to Islam, but Christians are considered second rate. Many of our citizens do not want to live within the moral parameters that this country was founded on. Religion has been pushed out of the public square and the churches that remain, in some part, are responsible for their own decline, by allowing political correctness into their pews. This has led to cries of offense over seemingly trivial matters.

Our politicians are a far cry from the Founders. There are very few responsible adults in charge at either the federal or state level. Many politicians after elected, ignore the constituents that elected them, work with corporate lobbyists to make as much as they can and to have the money to get reelected.

 Low information voters are more interested in American Idol than politics, that has to change. How do we do that? As individuals we have to make the low information voter understand what the consequences are to them personally if they continue not to care. Second, we must turn to God. We have to understand that out of wedlock births, expanding the welfare state, socialist policies do not assist in the progress of this country. Parents have to be given the opportunity to decide whether they want the respect of others, or just want to vegetate in the current situation they find themselves in. That starts with parents taking responsibility for themselves, their children, and the circumstances under which they live. We can give them help along the way, but if they don’t want to make progress, and help this country to grow, fine. If not, let them go. No more coddling, no more excuses, and most of all, no more money. This country can not afford parasites, and everyone needs to do their share. And quit blaming others for your circumstances. If you are irresponsible you have only yourself to blame.

It was the understanding of the citizens in this country that the fruits of their work and the property they amassed was a passage to respect, and theirs to keep. This led to individual responsibility and productivity. This has lead to a underclass that feels anothers productivity is  something that should belong to all,  a pursuit of anothers property whether through a government entity or by outright stealing ( not much different), must be used to promote equality. This is not charity, this is theft. Income inequality is a socialist concept that hasn’t worked anywhere it has been tried. To those who feel that others in this country owe them, is it your intention to turn this country into North Korea? I and others like me, who have worked at whatever they could find since being 14 don’t owe you anything.

So how much should we tolerate?  In the past, God and morality was a part of the foundation of our country. It still is for the majority of the country. Tolerance was a small part of this country, and diversity was ingrained into the psyche.  How many kids on drugs have parents who are on drugs, who don’t really raise the kids, but try to keep them out of jail. Our country has tried to help, but the important point is that they DON’T WANT HELP. THEY WANT TO JUST TAKE. They are happy where they are. Fine, take government benefits way from them, and when they complain, put them to work for the benefits. It is unfortunate, but some people have to be forced to respect themselves and others.

Our colleges have free speak zones, our government is looking at all our emails and online suppressing ideals and concepts it disagrees with. I don’t not believe that expecting our government to follow the rule of law is extremist, but a solid foundation built upon our founders. No one in this country should be told to fit in or not take part in the conversations this country needs to have. The people who founded this country were not in it for the money, or to make an immense amount of money, or to be politicians for like. Is there much difference between what the colonists went through, taxation, overregulation, property seized, all communications monitored disdain on the part of those “elites” in the ruling class, and oppression, than what we are going through today.

The colonists found themselves in an unteneable position. So they attempted tp plead the case for freedom, were rebuffed, which led to civil disobedience, and eventuallr the Revolutionary War.

It will take grassroots activism to change the path wwe are going on.  The restoration of the freedoms we were given at the birth of this country must be brought back. In colonial days, the Sons of Liberty, and originally the Committee of Corrsepondence and individual city councils and communities were the driving force. We can no longer wait.

Taking our country back part 1

We can take our country back. The petty insults we have today do nothing about debating the issues, and focusing on what it takes to move this country forward. Free speech was never meant to cover for petty insults, or downright lying of the officials supposedly working for us. This is all based on the concepts of multiculturalism and political correctness, both progressive concepts that were tried and are failing in Europe. Also like Europe, God has been relegated to a secondary position, if at all. Our government will bow to Islam, but Christians are considered second rate. Many of our citizens do not want to live within the moral parameters that this country was founded on. Religion has been pushed out of the public square and the churches that remain, in some part, are responsible for their own decline, by allowing political correctness into their pews. This has led to cries of offense over seemingly trivial matters.

Our politicians are a far cry from the Founders. There are very few responsible adults in charge at either the federal or state level. Many politicians after elected, ignore the constituents that elected them, work with corporate lobbyists to make as much as they can and to have the money to get reelected.

 Low information voters are more interested in American Idol than politics, that has to change. How do we do that? As individuals we have to make the low information voter understand what the consequences are to them personally if they continue not to care. Second, we must turn to God. We have to understand that out of wedlock births, expanding the welfare state, socialist policies do not assist in the progress of this country. Parents have to be given the opportunity to decide whether they want the respect of others, or just want to vegetate in the current situation they find themselves in. That starts with parents taking responsibility for themselves, their children, and the circumstances under which they live. We can give them help along the way, but if they don’t want to make progress, and help this country to grow, fine. If not, let them go. No more coddling, no more excuses, and most of all, no more money. This country can not afford parasites, and everyone needs to do their share. And quit blaming others for your circumstances. If you are irresponsible you have only yourself to blame.

It was the understanding of the citizens in this country that the fruits of their work and the property they amassed was a passage to respect, and theirs to keep. This led to individual responsibility and productivity. This has lead to a underclass that feels anothers productivity is  something that should belong to all,  a pursuit of anothers property whether through a government entity or by outright stealing ( not much different), must be used to promote equality. This is not charity, this is theft. Income inequality is a socialist concept that hasn’t worked anywhere it has been tried. To those who feel that others in this country owe them, is it your intention to turn this country into North Korea? I and others like me, who have worked at whatever they could find since being 14 don’t owe you anything.

So how much should we tolerate?  In the past, God and morality was a part of the foundation of our country. It still is for the majority of the country. Tolerance was a small part of this country, and diversity was ingrained into the psyche.  How many kids on drugs have parents who are on drugs, who don’t really raise the kids, but try to keep them out of jail. Our country has tried to help, but the important point is that they DON’T WANT HELP. THEY WANT TO JUST TAKE. They are happy where they are. Fine, take government benefits way from them, and when they complain, put them to work for the benefits. It is unfortunate, but some people have to be forced to respect themselves and others.

Our colleges have free speak zones, our government is looking at all our emails and online suppressing ideals and concepts it disagrees with. I don’t not believe that expecting our government to follow the rule of law is extremist, but a solid foundation built upon our founders. No one in this country should be told to fit in or not take part in the conversations this country needs to have. The people who founded this country were not in it for the money, or to make an immense amount of money, or to be politicians for like. Is there much difference between what the colonists went through, taxation, overregulation, property seized, all communications monitored disdain on the part of those “elites” in the ruling class, and oppression, than what we are going through today.

The colonists found themselves in an unteneable position. So they attempted tp plead the case for freedom, were rebuffed, which led to civil disobedience, and eventuallr the Revolutionary War.

It will take grassroots activism to change the path wwe are going on.  The restoration of the freedoms we were given at the birth of this country must be brought back. In colonial days, the Sons of Liberty, and originally the Committee of Corrsepondence and individual city councils and communities were the driving force. We can no longer wait.

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