Apr 042013
 

“Resistance to tyranny becomes the Christian and social duty of each individual…

Continue steadfast and, with a proper sense of your dependence on God, nobly defend those rights which heaven gave, and no man ought to take from us.”
– John Hancock

Our government becomes more and more tyrannical, more and more resembling a tinhorn South American third world dictatorship and looking less and less like the democratic republic our founders bled…and died…for.

When is enough enough?

The founding fathers of this grand experiment, this democratic republic…and those who fought with them…bled, and many of them died, so that we could live in the freest nation on earth. In the constitution they enshrined that our rights are inalienable, that they come from God, not government, and made it plain that the government’s job was to protect those rights, not trample them.

Yet several times throughout our history, it has been government, at all levels, that have been the most destructive of our rights. All of the current talk of restricting gun rights is not new…it began with southern Democrats.

Origins of gun restrictions in America…(its only 30 seconds long):

Nationalizing our elections

Will we repeat mistakes in history? Roosevelt’s concentration camps.

Baltimore police shoot a man for holding a gun in his own yard.

Illegal SWAT raid, with no probable cause, for having hydroponic gardening equipment.

Semi-retired North Georgia writer, blogger, boiled peanut salesman, fisherman, politician – baiter…and the best damn cook you know who doesn’t make a living at it.

Which do I enjoy the most? It’s a toss up between fishin’ and baiting politicians.

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