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This is not about Glenn Beck. It’s about you.

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The saddest thing about this? The people who need to hear and heed it will be among the first to reject it unheard. They will hear sound bytes on the lame stream media with a negative spin and walk away.

3 Responses to We The People

  • Johnny says:

    Read your story on Amy’s blog about the demise of your neighborhood. Your story is heartbreaking, and believe it or not, reminds me of some of the scenes I witnessed in Baghdad. I feel awful for you and your children. You put Charles in his place – la la land – and tell the story of millions of God-fearing, law abiding, patriotic Americans whom I am proud to serve. I wish there was something I could, I honestly do.

    I always get encouragement from your posts on Amy’s blog. We need to stick together and encourage one another.

    God bless you,

  • Johnny says:

    BTW, I watched the Glenn Beck vid, and man he hit this one out of the park. I actually know many black people like these great Americans – they get shouted down when they stand up. But stand up we must.

  • StephC says:

    Johnny, thank you for wishing to do something even in the face of there is nothing to do. We have to live in the world as it is. Charles doesn’t understand that. There is no utopian society because, while they look good on paper, they always leave out the most crucial factor: human behavior. It’s messy and imperfect so how can anyone order a perfect utopia when it starts with imperfections?

    Nor can they simply excise the imperfections as Hitler attempted to do as well as others before and after him. It’s in the nature of the being from birth and to attempt such inevitably leads to worse human atrocities than recognizing that individual humans are what they are and we have to deal with the real world.

    We’ll get by. I am going to get a gun as soon as finances allow. Between the price of the gun and the classes for carry permit, it’s more than I can afford right now but will be worth it in the long run, I believe.

    During the campaign, I could see the attraction of Obama and why people would want to vote for him. All his intended change was wrapped in words that an unsophisticated people would not grasp the true meaning.

    We really are an unsophisticated people. Americans are straightforward, shoot from the hip kind of people. That kind of frankness offends other nations because politics and diplomacy have been developed into art-forms. When you have someone like Obama up there saying things that don’t mean what people think they mean, well, it was inevitable.

    Besides, I think we have to go through this to know the difference between what’s real and what isn’t so we can fix the problems.

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