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DavidL says:
June 29, 2012 at 7:33 am
Mitt Romney is a chameleon and a wuss!
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Patriot1776 says:
June 29, 2012 at 7:54 am
If only he were the only one. If our Founding Fathers had been as complacent about the actions of government as the majority of Americans have been, we would still be a British colony. We can moan and groan about how terrible our government is, how worthless the Supreme Court is, how over-reaching and intrusive the alphabet departments are, but we have only ourselves to blame. When the right to pray in school was taken away and We the People did not stand up and object and demand that our rights were upheld, when the perversion and filth was allowed to infiltrate our homes through television, and We the People did not demand higher morals and standards, when government expanded and reached it’s tenacles into our lives, removing our rights and our freedoms and We the People did not stand up and demand that those elected to protect our rights and our freedoms followed the intent of the Founding Fathers, then We the People gave the self-proclaimed aristocrats in government the green light to trample our rights and take our freedoms away. We have come to our time in the history of these United States where we must decide; do we stand for the greatness of America and stand with the patriots who bequathed to us “a nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” or do we stand by, complaining and whining like liberals about “unfairness” and bequeath our children and grandchildren a nation of socialistic government servitude and despair.
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