March 19, 2010

The Day the Republic Died

I just got back from a PGR funeral mission for an American hero. The details are not important, he was a hero just by the fact that he was a veteran that served this nation well in time of war.

Upon my return to the keyboard I found out that our so-called Representatives took a vote that shredded our Constitution into a meaningless pile of scrap paper.

Thus today I find that I'm in mourning not just for a fellow veteran, but for the Republic he was willing to fight,kill, and die for.

R.I.P. The American Republic July 4, 1776 to March 19, 2010

All hail the birth of the American Oligarchy, for with that vote our Representatives have abrogated their responsibilities and their Oaths of office.

With that act, They have told We the People that they can pass any law they wish regardless of the wishes of The People.

"Whenever the legislators endeavor to take away and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from any further obedience." --John Locke

We no longer have a legitimate government we can look to.

"Break their windows!

It's time for the sheepdogs to gather and see if they can resurrect our fallen country that we hold so dear...I hope I see you standing next to me in the battles to come; if not, pray I don't have my sights on you, for I will have no hesitation in firing, and I pray I haven't lost my marksmanship abilities.


Remember Your Oaths!

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