Sunday, October 25, 2009

Does Government Have The Authority To This Unprecedented Meddling In Our Lives?

It is time for all Americans to look in the mirror and decide the following:

Do you agree with our Founding Fathers' vision for our country and if you do, are you willing to uphold and defend our Constitution?!

If you agree that what Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison and the rest did and what they gave their lives and fortune to accomplish is worth defending and fighting for then it's time to stand up and be counted. Our country is being hijacked by the opposite of freedom and individualism - it is being hijacked by tyranny and socialism. "These are the times that try men's souls". It's time to stand up and be counted. Let us not allow the hand of force and tyranny to destroy the only place on this earth where people can live THEIR own lives the way they see fit.
READ "American Way" by Walter Williams.

...At the heart of the American idea is the deep distrust and suspicion the founders of our nation had for government, distrust and suspicion not shared as much by today’s Americans. Some of the founders’ distrust is seen in our Constitution’s language such as Congress shall not: abridge, infringe, deny, disparage, violate and deny. If the founders did not believe Congress would abuse our God-given rights, they would not have provided those protections...

...The three branches of our federal government are no longer bound by the Constitution as the framers envisioned and what is worse is American ignorance and acceptance of such rogue behavior. Look at the current debate over government involvement in health, business bailouts and stimulus packages. The debate centers around questions as whether such involvement is a good idea or a bad idea and whether one program is more costly than another. Those questions are entirely irrelevant to what should be debated, namely: Is such government involvement in our lives permissible under the U.S. Constitution?

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