A Christian patriot’s common sense review of D.C.’s political madness and nonsense, the abuse of our sacred Constitution, the degradation of our moral values and our road to recovery. The words presented in this book are an accumulation of my opinions and philosophies based on my experiences and instincts.
I will warn you in advance, some opinions on both major and minor issues are going to upset many readers. I urge you to be objective, take off your blinders, form your own opinions and for goodness sake, if your opinions are that strong, write it down for posterity or for your congressman. If you can’t keep an open mind and yours is already closed, then I encourage you not to read this book so we can remain friends.
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The main reason I am writing my thoughts is because we are losing our country and this is my part to try to help save it. Isn’t it obvious we are losing our rights of speech with the so-called “Fairness Doctrine?” We’ve lost so much of the Second Amendment with 20,000 useless gun control laws but we can and will lose all of the rights to protect our selves from tyranny if we don’t express our objections. We’ve lost the freedoms I remember when I was younger, because our government representatives function like we can’t think for ourselves.
If you are one of those persons who think that everything is OK and the government IS on the right path by getting larger and more controlling of your life and that we exist because of their power and control, then I suggest you’re not being objective. Please stop reading now and pass these words to someone else because they will not be of any worth to you. You are already lost to my cause.
Since these writings are about common sense and governmental madness, moral values and how they relate to government and major issues, I think you will enjoy these somewhat famous quotes from Thomas Jefferson and the words of wisdom that JFK had to say about the primary author of the U.S. Constitution:
• John Kennedy said to a group in the White House, “I think this is the most extraordinary collection of talent, of human knowledge that has ever been gathered at the White House, with the possible exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.”
• "My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government." Thomas Jefferson
• "It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debt as it goes. A principle which if acted on would save half the wars of the world." Thomas Jefferson
Please note that I have purposely not used the term American when referring to U.S Citizens because even though we are Americans I wanted to distinguish us from our neighbors in South America and our North America, Canada, Mexico and others. I do not consider myself an isolationist whatever that is, but I do not want our country to lose its sovereignty because of some foolish idea of a one world order or transnationalism or a world government or globalization.
We are one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. When I say those words time and again, they mean something and will continue to be my oath until the day I die. I want you to feel the same. I swore the words twice in my lifetime, to uphold the laws of this nation and defend the Constitution from enemies, foreign and domestic. I have not rescinded that oath nor do I i