Foundersfreedom Blog

American virtue, free speech and renewal

America is a divided nation?!

Posted by foundersfreedom on February 5, 2009

Just a quick note about the last hour I spent looking through articles and comments at Huffpo and DailyKos, just because a lefty accused me of only getting my news from Rush and Fox.  I think I’ll continue to do the same.

For being on the winning side of this last election there sure are a lot of nasty, bitter people over there. I don’t think there were 5 comments in disagreement with the left-leaners.  Sure we can be a little impatient with ignorance, but they’re quite mean.

I’m proud to be on the right where, generally speaking, American values and traditions live.  Here with the despised Christian right, the patriots who don’t revel in finding faults in our soldiers who volunteer to put their lives on the line for us and others in countries they have no connection to.  Where the Constitution still means what the founders had written.

Are we perfect? Certainly not.  But in all our imperfection we love our country and any who can find good things to say about her.  Those who want to criticize her for anything and everything, think we need to apologize to the world for our sins, or seek approval from the world for all our actions, can just stay in their world and leave the rest of us to our ways.

But that’s not how they think.  They use judicial activism, historical revision and world consensus to impose their ideas on everyone else – for our own good, of course. And to top it off, many are all for the suppression of free speech from their opposition.  My comments here may someday be deemed hateful or even illegal, but I will continue nonetheless. This is America. Land of the free because of the brave.  For the millions of soldiers who have died protecting her, we will not let it be in vain.

So, I guess we’ll have to stay engaged in the battle.  We’ll do it gladly, for America has lost her way and we love her too much to let her go without a fight.  We owe that to our kids.

As Ronald Reagan, the last great statesman said,

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children through the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”

That is the fight we find ourselves in today.  We miss you, Ronnie!


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