Friday, December 20, 2013

Dear Patriots:

Dear Patriots:
William G Burmer
I love the old Turner Classic Movies. Yesterday I watched Jimmy Stewart as "Meet John Doe." A story for our time if ever there were one. A story about all the John Doe's (today it would be the "Tea Party" folks) united to support and help one another get off the dole and be valued as voters who would change party politics and restore Constitutional Principle.
In the end it actually worked in the movie version. Today it really is up to us to restore the Constitution and bring power back to the People to whom it actually belongs. I'm an idealist, I will admit, but with a large dose of optimism in my heart and soul, I know we can succeed. It is perfectly obvious to the rank and file Tea Party person that things are terribly out of whack in Washington DC. We need to start firing a whole lot of politicians and supporting people like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and others like them.
The communist politicians currently reigning tyranny in the House and Senate need to be replaced and we are the key to seeing to it that it happens during 2014 AND 2016.
Obama is indeed the worst thing that has ever happened to our country. I don't care what his supporters might throw back at us such as being racist. It is a tired worn out old tactic that simply flies in the face of reason and fact. Personally I would not care what color the president is, there are plenty of good, honorable African-Americans I would readily support other than him. The most important ingredient missing at the moment in time is someone who loves America, all of its heritage and sacred principles of law which have drawn, and even now, in the worst of circumstances, continues to draw people from around the world to our shores. Why?, because of our traditions, hope remains.
America and its people are good, they love their country, they love God, and they will not allow anyone or anything to take their liberty away. They know with an abiding faith that God is on their side. Our founders proved it so, testified to it, and died for it. We can do no less.
Our society is not held together primarily by law and its enforcement, but most importantly by those (you and I) who voluntarily obey the unenforceable, those norms internalized by Godly behavior. Religious belief in right and wrong is our influence, that which produces voluntary compliance by most of Americas citizens.
Our victories no matter how small or great depend upon our individual commitment to love God and obey his laws. George Washington spoke of this reality when he said, "Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports,' Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle."
I say, Amen.

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