"It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt." -- JP Curran, 1790

Friday, October 31, 2008

Obama will not tolerate your insolence!

Great Leader has spoken! All those who dissent (i.e., the Washington Times, Dallas Morning News, New York Post, and any other enemy of the state) are hereby BANISHED from the Obama plane. Ebony and Jet...you guys are cool, stay on board. Drudge, as always, has the scoop!

Meanwhile, I would highly encourage you to contact your Representative and Senators and get them in touch with the American embassy in Belgium. Reports are that that country is holding onto damning tapes of the soon-to-be first lady simply railing against our nation. You might want to see if they will exert some pressure on the LA Times, while you're at it. Tell them you cannot vote for a candidate who doesn't support the truth. Sen. Obama is apparently on tape cohorting with known terrorists, praising their leadership, and the LA Times his going to great lengths to hide this. No one believes this is fair journalism. Arnold Schwarzeneggar tapes were "leaked" the minute the LA Times got ahold of them. There is a concerted effort by the news media to elect a Democrat in 2008. We all know this anyway. The real question is, who is making the concerted effort to control the press?

Thank God for the internet right now. We can see news, look at diverse opinions, and pose questions...although we'll forever be banned from the Obama plane, which will be Air Force One if we don't watch out!

Dissension of opinion is healthy for a Republic, in fact, it's necessary. Americans have a rich tradition, a pioneering mentality, and a strong will for self-sufficiency. We've never relied on the government to do anything for us but simply get out of the way. On a national level, we need some basic functions of government (military, interstate roads, dispute resolution among states, foreign policy guidance, etc). What we don't need is a nanny state, of the elite, for the elite, and for the "common good" of the people.

T-H-I-N-K. Sphere: Related Content

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