I have decided to become a progressive liberal. I have also decided to support, blindly mind you, anything Obama and his liberal friends say. I will support all UN missions inside the US and abroad. I will work hard to make the world a better place as I am now a global citizen and a huge fan of the EPA, ATF, IRS, NSA, and DOJ.
I hear people talking all the time about how we’ve lost so much in the last 20 years, as far as freedom is concerned; especially since September 11, 2001. Well, you’re right. We have lost a lot of the freedoms we once enjoyed. We have had liberties squashed under the thumbs of tyranny disguised as security. But, now, people are beginning to wake up and get loud. So, you want your freedom and liberty back, too?
There is an ancient Greek phrase Molon Labe. Two words that say a lot more than you may think. Pronounced moˈlon laˈve means “Come and take them”. It is a classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army’s demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae.
If there’s one thing I’m sick of, it’s the double standard in media. Certain remarks are fine to say about certain groups, but not others; particular people, but only them, not the adversaries; they can mock and undermine some religions, but not others. It’s a lot of crazy ideas that to be equal in every sense, you have to knock down the majority and pander to the minority.
The Hatch Act is a United States federal law whose main provision is to prohibit employees (civil servants) in the executive branch of the federal government, except the President and the Vice President, from engaging in partisan political activity. Named after Senator Carl Hatch of New Mexico, the law was officially known as An Act to Prevent Pernicious Political Activities.
There was a time when the main stream media actually cared about the truth. They went after the story regardless of who was involved or what their political leanings were. Reporters and news anchors kept their own political views private, as they should. We don’t watch them to tell us their political views or who they don’t like; we watch them to tell us the news, straight forward without political bias.
So, you’ve probably been hearing about how Mitt Romney hasn’t paid his taxes in 10 years and then how Harry Reid really has no idea if the story he’s telling is even true. You’ve heard that Mormons believe that blacks don’t have souls, or at least they used to believe that. You’ve heard all kinds of things from the left about Mitt Romney that you have no idea what the real Mitt is. Well, I’m not going to tell you who he really is. I don’t know him.
You’ve heard of the so-called “free-speech zones” around college campuses and various cities in the US. If you try to peacefully assemble in a non-designated area you could face fines or jail time depending on the specifics. Then you hear about how Chick-fil-A is being pushed out of cities because of the owners opinion on gay marriage and his devout faith in Jesus.