Two Hundred and Thirty Three years ago, our founding fathers developed and signed the declaration of American independence and freedom that would secure the freedom of America’s future children that would come after them. They envisioned an America sovereign in her own right, aided by the establishment of the Constitution of the United States and the Amendments and Bill of Rights that accompanied it. These documents underscored our founding father’s understanding of the importance of freedom by ensuring that those born in this country would be protected in life, in their freedom and in the pursuit finding joy in life. And so these documents were signed, sealed and delivered into the hands of the government establishment never to be questioned again. I wonder if our founding fathers ever considered the deception of the freedom they worked so hard to provide for us.
Just as there is a “thin line between love and hate”, there is also a thin line between freedom and slavery. The great leaders of our past forged many victories in the fight for freedom, and many others have come to snatch that freedom right from under us. I was thinking about my last post regarding the freedoms that we are seeing threatened and decided to write another installment to that topic. In many other areas of American life all of our freedoms are just a pen signing away from being a thing of the past. One of the greatest deceptions of freedom is that the freedom of one group can quickly become enslavement for another group. Our founding documents were supposed to provide a balance that would help us arrive at a best case scenario for all citizens involved. That scenario was called majority rule. Anyone remembers that concept? I am sure no one noticed that America is no longer under a majority rule concept of government. Today, minorities rule, courts rule, legislative bodies rule, but the majority of the consensus of people of this country no longer rules. Now who took away that freedom when no one was looking?
Upon our nations horizon is nationalized health care, which means that our healthcare system will be fully controlled by the government of the United States. Healthcare is one our most essential needs for a good quality of life. Under a nationalized government owned healthcare system, our citizens will not longer have the “freedom” to choose whatever health care provider one desires. Having nationalized healthcare strips all citizens of the three principles of the American constitution; life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. One no longer has free reign of their own lives because the government will decide whose lives are important and whose lives are not. How will we sustain such a catastrophic expense on the backs of the American tax payer? Remember the Alamo! Remember the Civil Way? Remember the American Revolution? Do you remember anything that would jolt the American people’s mind into the value of our freedom? Our lackadaisical regard for freedom is soon becoming our path to enslavement. Remember the USSR?
In the last several weeks five states have enacted same-sex marriage, when 55 percent of the American public believes that marriage should be between a man and a woman. It appears as though the legislative bodies of these states no longer trust the rights of their citizens to vote on such issues in a manner that they deem satisfactory. When did the government take away a persons right to vote? Definitely did not see that coming. A minority of people who desires to have sex in their own manner have been able to take away the freedom of the majority rule. I believe that a new criterion for the American people should be; do you believe in the constitution of the United States? Another very important preamble of our country’s founding document is our need for God. The freedom to worship God was central to the building of a moral and just society. We will not soon forget what happened to Governor Sarah Palin and Carrie Prejean. Both women held to Christian beliefs and were viciously attacked by the MSM and the liberal left for those convictions. What? I thought we were free to express our religious convictions in this country, even when others may disagree? I am sure the fairness doctrine will take care of the rest of our Christian freedoms once it is enacted by our new radical left administration. This doctrine would silence anyone who put forth an opinion that was unacceptable to the liberal left and their protected class of gays and lesbians. Too late, the hate crimes bill will accomplish that.
This is an issue the conservative movement must adopt as a central part of its platform message. Americans must understand the sharp contrast of the Democratic Party and its radical left agenda which are quickly dissolving our freedoms and another party that will fight to keep Americans free. I believe that most American’s love being a free nation. Many who live here have come from places where freedom was not a way of life, but a luxury to those who were held wealth and power. Freedom should exist for everyone, from the smallest person in the womb to the eldest person at the fullness of life. It should not be something that the government controls and provides for those they deem worthy. It may be that we have all been deceived.
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