Oct 14, 2009

A Call to Battle

KATU.com in Oregon has reported that an apartment manager has told her residents to take down their American flags or they could face eviction. Apparently this clueless hussie did this so that other residents in their "diversified" community wouldn't be offended. Offended? Offended?! I'm offended!

Listen here you dumb broad, this is AMERICA! If anyone is offended by our national flag, then they should just leave our COUNTRY! And this goes to the rest of the people who are trying to re-write the Constitution and talk about how ashamed they are of America (ring a bell folks?)!

This has simply gone too far! We need to get Constitutional representatives in both the House and the Senate in 2010. Then, we need to hold every current member of Congress, as well as the Judicial and Executive branches accountable for their actions. If they have actively attempted to subdue this nation, if they took office while being ineligible (Obama?), if they overstepped Constitutional bounds and made laws they had no business doing so, or if they stood back while such was happening, they NEED to be tried for treason! Once found guilty, they MUST be punished to the fullest extent allowed via law!

And you military leaders, what are you doing? You took an oath to defend America against all enemies, both foreign AND domestic! Yet you are sitting back and allowing this to happen! Any military leader who took a passive stance while allowing this to happen should also be tried for treason and dereliction of duty!

This is it folks. Do you have the guts to really fight, or are you going to stand back in dark corners, shivering like scared children and hoping that someone else will step into the gap - a place that you are so afraid of standing? Or will you actually fight while there are still some vestiges of this nation left?

Are there any real men and women left in this country? Protests are one thing, but it's obvious that the people in the federal government don't care how much one protests. We need to take action, and now!

"Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway."
“Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday.”
John Wayne

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