Tuesday, March 23, 2010

America is not Europe.

It occurred to me, Sunday night, that our government is stupid. Not just traitorous, not just oathbreakers, but downright stupid. I know they don't care about the results of their unconstitutional actions, but I really think they don't understand the scope of what they've done.

They don't understand that we, the people, who elected them to office to represent us (which they haven't done), are superbly angry. They don't understand that we do understand what they're doing, and we don't want it. They don't understand the significance that there are eighty million legal gun owners in this country, most of whom have read the Constitution. They don't understand that there are probably just as many illegal gun owners that are just as angry. They don't understand that we will not tolerate this naked grab for power, this abrogation of our rights. They don't understand that they're dragging us, full speed ahead, into another civil war.

And they don't understand that, when push comes to shove, it's highly unlikely that a military that they hate, that they call retarded, will side with them against the Constitution.

Most of all, they don't understand that Americans are citizens, not subjects.

I'm actually really scared. I don't want our nation to come apart at the seams. I want for us to find a way to overturn this evil perpetrated upon us that does not involve violence.

Don't get me wrong: I'm not a peaceful person. I believe that, while violence may not be the best option most of the time, it does work when it is needed. I don't know--it may be needed now--but I don't want to see another ten years of the winning half of the country crushing the losing half under vicious regulations and laws designed to show the world who the winners and losers were, as Reconstruction did in the nineteenth century. All that did was divide the nation further. I have friends who still swear that the South will never die, that Dixie will rise again.

What I want to see is for the citizens of the United States of America to stand up and remove the power-drunk, arrogant leftist dipshits that worked the system to turn us from customers to expenses. I want those twelve states that have already filed suit against the federal government's requirements that we are all to buy insurance to succeed. I want the rest of the states to sue to repeal this bad law on the grounds that the law is unconstitutional by Article I, sections 7 & 8.

I want to see every incumbent up for re-election in November lose. I want to see patriots sitting in Washington, D.C., rather than those who hate this country, are determined to tear it down, and rebuild it in the image of the Soviet Union.

I want my country back.


    the Mississippi will be the boundary!

    I would be concerned about the
    military-- not sure if they would totally support one side or another.

    A split in the military would make us very vulnerable.

  2. I think it's more likely to be the coasts against the midlands. Red states against blue.

    During the Civil War in the 1860's, the North won not because they had God on their side (I can't tell you whose side He was on--the victors write the histories), but because they had all of the manufacturing.

    Currently, most of the manufacturing is based between the Appalachians and the Rockies. And most of the armed forces are predominantly from red state areas. And the most important bases are where they'd be best protected from invasion--between the mountain ranges. Those who are not are mostly promoted on politics, not ability.

    Sheer logistics say that the midlands would bulldoze the transnational progressivists right off the edges of the country.

    That does not mean that I want to see it happen. And we will be vulnerable, regardless.

  3. Hell,yeah! I agree with you totally! I once read in a book that there is a time for evolution and a time for revolution. The trick is knowing which time it is. I say it's time for revolution. It's time to put an end to this raping and sodomizing of our country, our government, our culture. This should not stand, and it cannot stand.

    So far, all debate and disagreement has been non-violent. I hate to say it, but I wonder just how long it can remain so. Gone are the days when the average group of citizens can stand against the government. They now have too much power. But as you say, the military may not stand on the side Barry expects. (What a story that would be!) Can you imagine another American Revolution? How I'd love to be a part of that!

  4. Fortunately or unfortunately, we humans can and do evolve quite quickly--in the last 2 centuries it has often been an over night evolution!

    Put this in the context of a CIVIL
    WAR, it could happen tomorrow.