Saturday, September 26, 2009

The Rain in Spain falls mainly in the plains.

But we can hope the sun will shine here. Hope our representatives listen and truly represent the will of the people. Hope the will of the people unifies in the call for reduction of government, not enlargement.

Hope for the extremely unlikely and nearly downright impossible.

That is why they call it "hope".

And a big ole "HI" to Hope Wemple. Hope you have a nice day.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

First it was dry, now it is wet. Louisiana

Just a quick question for you. When was the last time the government took over something and made it work better than it worked before?

The Answer: 1776 - 1792

That is correct. They took over governing the country from a despot (who in my humble opinion was a bit cracked) and devised the only government in the world based on the 10 commandments and a touch of history (Roman for the uninitiated) and came up with a way for independent people to live together.

We are no longer a nation of the independent looking for our own better way. Unfortunately the dependent peoples of the world came, some from every country out there. Now we are rapidly becoming a dependent nation doomed to failure because the government has chosen to ignore the wisdom of old for the stupidity of the new. Such is life. When anarchy comes there may be a chance for those who remember to carve out a new country of hope based on the laws of wisdom but I cannot foresee where or when exactly. I fear that I shall live to see the anarchy but not the reawakening of independence. A famous American once said "Give me liberty or give me death." and in that statement is the difference between slavery (governmental slaver, which is our current course) and freedom.

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is now a thing of the past. (Till anarchy passes)

To all you politicians: a vote for government run medical stuff is a vote against me. The government has the responsibility to those who have served it in the armed services, as promised upon enlistment, but not to the general public.... I will remember.