Thursday, May 20, 2010

Let my people go . . .

Where is Moses when you need him? The reason I'm asking? Ever since FDR and the "New Deal" the American people have been surrendering to captivity. You think that statement is extreme? Well it's kind of like to the story of the frog in a pot of cold water:

The boiling frog story is a widespread anecdote describing a frog slowly being boiled alive. The premise is that if a frog is placed in boiling water, it will jump out, but if it is placed in cold water that is slowly heated, it will not perceive the danger and will be cooked to death. The story is often used as a metaphor for the inability of people to react to significant changes that occur gradually. According to contemporary biologists the premise of the story is not literally true; an actual frog submerged and gradually heated will jump out. However, a variety of 19th century research experiments suggested that the underlying premise is true, provided the heating is gradual enough.


Americans have slowly but surely been allowing our Constitutional Rights to be eroded to the point that we don't even remember what those rights are any longer. It's a crying shame and I say to each of you that read my blog or stumble upon my blog, "Let my people go!"

We are tired of the tax burden, we are tired of other countries telling us what "we" need to do to satisfy their own needs. I for one have struggled with "isolation" but I wonder if we could turn back the hands of time, if that might have been a better path for our Country to take?

Today, I was at a clients and we turned on the TV and I saw Mexican President Felipe Calderon sharing his views with OUR Congress on his opinions of US Federal Immigration Law and his opinions of Arizona's State Immigration Law and I've got one question for you, how did he get that gig?



I was so infuriated when Hugo Chavez addressed the United Nations some months back, lambasting the United States, it took me a couple of weeks to cool my head over his negative opinions and it's time to wake up people. When someone condemns the United States and her laws, her actions, they are condemning each and every one of you. We are collectively the United States of America.

It's time to stand up and collectively say, "Let my people go!" We are not going to support a government who continues to infringe on our Rights and enslave us to world leaders who want to dictate to United States citizens what we should and should not do. Watch the video attached, pause the video if you need to, observe the politicians who applauded and gave the standing ovation to Mexico's President and remember them the next time they are up for election.

As for President Calderon, what are you doing in your own Country to stop the violence on your own soil, what are you doing to create jobs in your own Country so that your own people do not want to flood our borders looking for a better life endangering our border agents?

The backs of the American people are about to break and when the last straw that breaks the camels back falls, I stand with proud American Patriots, we will take our Nation back, we will be free!

As for the ban on assault rifles, I have one thing to say, we will not give them up and there is a reason they call them "assault" rifles! VN8

6 comments:

Teresa said...

Great Post! I agree. We are being treated like slaves, and we should say, Let my people go. We should apply Mexicos immigration laws in the United States, instead of having our president pushing for amnesty.

VoteNovember2008 said...

Teresa, thank you so much. From what I understand about Mexican law, if you are caught in Mexico illegally, it's straight to the pokey for two years, no questions asked! I'd love for all the Mexicans in this Country illegally to be sent to jail for two years and then deported to Mexico! Case closed! VN8

Lee said...

Great post. I'm hoping that BHO's criticism of Arizona and this episode with Calderon will be his undoing. The standing O from the Dems in congress to Calderon's comments about Arizona say it all. In a sane world, they would all be turned out this November.

VoteNovember2008 said...

Lee, thanks brother. In a sane world? Well thing of the past!

Have you heard of Dale Peterson, he's running for Agriculture Commissioner in Alabama! See my recent post, I love, love, love it!

Give 'em hell Dale! VN8

fuzzys dad said...

Amen very well said

Conservative Scalawag said...

Good post, thanks for sharing this NV8.

The AZ critizism are bogus, seeing a city in Virgina has had a similar law for the past year - with not one case of racial profiling reported.

As to the gun issue. Most AR AK rifles are semi auto that are sold to the general public. Very few are full auto. Thus, they are RIFLES, not assualt rifles with are select fire.

Perhaps Calderon should look at this corrupt military and police, for they are the most likely canidate for where those weapons are coming from. Not the US.