Today, What is Your Sacred Duty?


Today, you may have to walk across the street, or drive to a fire station, or visit a library, or possibly another public place and cast your ballot.  This is your sacred duty.  This is what separates us from the parts of the world in chaos.  When we want to change things, we peacefully go to the polls.

We have watched our country slide down into socialism for the last 80 years, and we have reached a point of alignment in our country.  Either you are on the side of liberty, or you are on the side of socialism.  Today, show your side.  There are good Democrats, good Republicans, and

Krige as the Borg Queen in First Contact

Image via Wikipedia

 good Independents running in races all over the nation.  However, weed out the Progressives, the Marxists, the Collective thinkers … the Borg

The tea parties, 9.12ers, and other like-minded groups have set out to not start a third-party, but to restore the parties to a place of integrity again.  We have not accomplished this task completely, but have made huge headway.  Now the people will have to decide if those that are on the ballot are worthy of their trust.  And once in office, must be watched with vigilance.

Many have given their lives, their fortunes, and held true their sacred honor for you to be able to enjoy this privilege.  If ever lost, your lifetime may end before you see the restoration of these liberties.   Robert Morris understood well, what those words meant.  Read about him and his sacrifice for our country.  He gave his entire fortune, and then some. 

Call a friend, take the bus, get a ride, but get out and vote.  Do it as if your liberty depends on it, because it does.  This is only the beginning.  We will continue to clean our houses and rid them of the dangers that are within.  We love our Founding Fathers.  We love the document they created in Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution of these United States.  We are America; land of the free, and home of the brave.

FREEDOM CAN WIN!

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