The Road Taken November 6.
Held my peace to let time heal some. Haven’t said much since the debacle of November 6. Have not signed any secession petitions. Have not gone out and bought a rifle—but know how to use one. Have avoided the news. Will still avoid listening to Obama and his friends. I hate to listen to lies. Did the same thing when Clinton was “feeling” his throne—he still does, the pig.
There was a great deal of cheating. The groups who do this and the election “officials” who participate know their masters forced on us in the congress and the Whitehouse do not have a legitimate mandate but they don’t care of course. It is for them, a life at the base and shall remain so. The little bit that can be spread around by the theft of the government may be enough to forestall their needing to think beyond color of skin and true intent. Poor unborn won’t have a chance but that is okay too because the dumb don’t see them and have government forms to fill out for housing, food, cash, etc.—and maybe, just maybe, they can get a little more to spend at Walmart.
The more will never come though and then what? I don’t know but I do know that the pain and suffering of our economic problems will get worse for all, save whatever the Republican congress can do. The politics of our dumb have apparently outweighed the positive, engaged thinking nation that knows. We are not truly free to enterprise and do well. Now more people will be prevented from doing well.
What happens to a people that kills its innocents? What happens to a nation that forces everyone to fund such a blood industry? What do we expect to happen? What happens to a nation that has grown a government so large that it consumes more and more every year of its treasure and income of its citizens? The liberals don’t wonder or worry about consequences, of that we can be certain. They are convinced in their own superior intelligence. Those who can think beyond getting an obamaphone really think their road is best for all and so force the sickness on the nation. I think they have become completely wrapped up in their own little blanket of pig narcissism.
We will fight back. We have no choice. Men and women of faith, conscience, knowledge, must fight back for our very spirits and hearts drive our lives. How to fight back—how to nullify the tragic result that affects the quality of our existence is the serious question. Still, I believe it is important to thank God for those blessings we have.
For as long as I live, I am thankful for the little I have—of which every bite, every drop of gasoline and every month’s rent. I am blessed to have earned it by my work, I am thankful to still have work. I am thankful I have been able to find work after losing jobs because of plants and companies closing through the years.
November 18, 2012