We are asking our representatives to defund a small portion of Obamacare… because we have the opportunity to do so. Possibly the last opportunity to do anything similar.
Our representatives are busying themselves explaining to us why we shouldn’t bother defunding such a small part of an overwhelmingly unpopular New Entitlement.
We are staring with our mouths hung open at the very people we elected to represent us wondering what to do.
How about this;
Seems so simple.
Let’s try fighting for Freedom and Liberty. Let’s makeaneffort to promote the only ideology which protects the Individual from oppression. Let’s prove that fiscal responsibility is more than a phrase used to get votes then forgotten shortly thereafter. Let’s fight to win… all the time, every time.
Every Battle… Every Hour… Every Minute… Every Second of Every Day!
Such has been the Mantra of the Left from its inception, and it represents something glaringly absent from those who supposedly support Freedom and Liberty of the Individual.
- determined or stubborn: tending to stick firmly to any decision, plan, or opinion without changing or doubting it
- tightly held: difficult to loosen, shake off, or pull away from
- persistent: persisting for a long time and difficult to change, destroy, or get rid of
August 6th, 2013 at 10:27 pm
Unfortunately, I’m not sure there are even enough people who have any idea what natural law is to run on a platform based on it. How is it that the basis for the U.S. Constitution itself became so esoteric? (That is a rhetorical question, by the way).
August 7th, 2013 at 8:42 am
It is only rhetorical to some of us… it is actually a question that should be asked in every Political Science and Constitutional Law class given in the United States.