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Friday, June 14, 2013


We're Going to Have Some Problems Here

"If people can't trust not only the executive branch, but also don't trust Congress and don't trust federal judges to make sure we're abiding by the Constitution, due process, and rule of law, then we're going to have some problems here."

Our very own Dear Leader has come to an awesome revelation!  We are definitely going to have some problems here because a growing legion of Americans do not trust the executive branch nor the Congress nor the federal judges like we once did, and that is a fact.

I might add that a growing legion of Americans also do not trust the IRS, DOJ, NSA, HHS, EPA, DHS, TSA or NLRB.  In general we do not trust our government very much at all because their actions prove that  they do not deserve our trust.
Imagine all the myriad federal, state and local legislators, regulators, agencies, etc., all defining rules of behavior for everyone to conform to and to obey.  How many laws, ordinance, rules and regulations does one person break every day without even being aware of it?  That's rhetorical because there is no way to know.
Thousands upon thousands of pages of laws and regulations, which really are standards of behavior, are created each and every year by many, many agencies of government which no single person could ever be expected to know and obey. And old laws, etc. are never gotten rid of or removed from the books.  They may become less enforced but they never disappear making it ever more likely that we will violate something and potentially held accountable for it if the government agency representative decides to enforce it.

This is not the way it is supposed to be.  Freedom is not government.

Unless we can somehow stop the growing behemoth that is government we are going to have a whole lot of problems here and those problems will not be solved by more government.  Think smaller, America, smaller government, less control over our lives, more personal responsibility, more people helping other people, fewer laws, fewer regulations, fewer government agencies controlling every aspect our lives.

If our political class does not begin to roll back some of the intrusive nature of government, we are going to have more problems than anyone ever thought possible.  We cannot stand for a complete erosion of our rights as human beings.  We cannot give ourselves to the state to do with as it wishes.  We must be free and we must not let security bend us to that will of the state.

Stand strong Americans and do not let this man or any other political hack get away from imposing their will upon us.  Like the NRA says, Stand and Fight.  We must take back our lives and stop the growth of government.

My nickel,

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