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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

This is how we reach out and touch someone.  Imagine what it would take to continue fighting against an enemy who can kill you with one shot from a mile and one-half away.  Envision the sort of fanaticism that would be necessary to continue opposing our combined forces when we can tag you from long range with a sniper, a UAV, a cruise missile, or up close and personal with a Navy SEAL team.

The best things in life are free, or so goes the saying.  What about free solar panels for homeowners?  Are you weary of paying the local utility to burn fossil fuels to produce your power?  The start up cost for solar power is beyond the means of many, if not most, homeowners; however, here is a way to acquire a zero down solar system and start running your computer, dishwasher, water heater, and refrigerator with clean, efficient sunlight.

Another thing that is free is trouble.  This jerk personifies the reason that God gave us concealed weapon permits.  There are nine effective methods of eliminating this sort of threat to the public.

Americans are prohibited by government from owning land outright.  This is one of the ways that they do it.  Even with a paid off mortgage and a deed in hand we still do not own the land on which we live.  Government agents determine how we can use our land, how we can dispose of it, and they keep a permanent tax lien against it that cannot be satisfied.  If we stop surrendering tribute to the tax collectors, people with guns come and remove us from our land and sell our assets at a public auction.

Liberty is freedom from interference by government agents in the lives of individuals.

Some of the people who most interfere with the lives of individuals are members of the nation's education collective.  This government union has a nearly uniform agenda across all 50 states.  It is an agenda that vilifies and balkanizes children along race and gender lines.  This agenda panders to non-achievers, social miscreants, and classroom disruptors.  It also forces children into slave labor as bright, motivated students are required to do the work of the slackers in their work groups.

War is peace; freedom is slavery; ignorance is strength.

It has been said that Nero fiddled while Rome burned.  O-buma hammed it up for a fawning crowd of pseudo-journalists as crude oil covered the Gulf of Mexico.  This clown-in-chief is building quite a legacy.  The question begs to be asked as to why there is so little national media coverage.  National and global media fairly shrieked over the smaller Exxon Valdez spill, and the Gulf is just as environmentally sensitive and valuable as its Alaskan counterpart.

Do you feel good about taking your children or grandchildren to the beach?  Have you contacted your elected officials?

May your gods be with you.

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