70 Reasons To Mourn For America

Change is only good when it’s in the right direction.  It’s time to change direction.

Every single year, Americans take the day off on July 4th and they celebrate everything that is good about America.  We tend to be very proud of our achievements and we generally are not shy about talking about them.  For example, today CNN is running a piece entitled “100 great things about America“.  And you know what?  There are a lot of great things about this country.  I am not afraid to say that I love America.  In many ways it has been a great light for the rest of the world since it was founded.  However, things have changed.  The United States has greatly fallen from where it once was.  The truth is that America is rotting and decaying in thousands of different ways.  We need to repent and go back to doing the things that once made this country great.  The road that we are currently on is a path that leads to national suicide.  So to be honest now is not really the time for happy celebrations.  Rather, now is the time for weeping, mourning and deep reflection.  We need to turn from our profligate ways and we need to return to the fundamental principles that the early Americans understood so well.  As a nation we need to look into the mirror and understand just how bad our decline has been.  We are a complete and total mess, and it is time to admit that.

The following are 70 reasons to mourn for America….

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11 thoughts on “70 Reasons To Mourn For America

  1. Nice list. Not sure the majority can count to 70, much less read the seventy. Then will probably stage a celebration parade instead of a mourner’s procession. Surprise me 11/6.

  2. I mourned the loss of our once great Nation on B.O.’s inaugeration night. It wasn’t until 2006 that I began to open my eyes and see how the very foundation of our Nation was crumbling. If there’s blame, I will share it. Too busy trying to be successful in my career and paying the bills to pay attention to what the politicians were doing to us. Sure, I voted, but I trusted the government before 2006. Now I know how wrong I was and how derilict in my duties as an American Citizen. I trusted the media to be our “government watchdogs”, and how misguided I was in that assumption. This National suicide has been a long, drawn out process going back many years. B.O. is simply “the closer”. They’ve done an amazingly effecient job. Strategically, brilliant.

    • The Constitution was intended to restrain govt and abuse so we could pursue life. Amazing how the group that claims diversity demands conformity to a very narrow agenda, sliding deeper into tyranny in a quest for secular utopia.

      • “A man must know his destiny. if he does not recognize it, then he is lost. By this I mean, once, twice, or at the very most, three times, fate will reach out and tap a man on the shoulder. if he has the imagination, he will turn around and fate will point out to him what fork in the road he should take, if he has the guts, he will take it.”

        “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won’t.”

        “You shouldn’t underestimate an enemy, but it is just as fatal to overestimate him.”

        “Attack rapidly, ruthlessly, viciously, without rest, however tired and hungry you may be, the enemy will be more tired, more hungry. Keep punching.”

        “As I walk through the valley of the Shadow Of Death, I have no fear because I am the meanest mother ****er in the whole valley”

        ~General George S. Patton
        November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945

        Almighty and most merciful Father, we humbly beseech Thee, of Thy great goodness, to restrain these immoderate rains with which we have had to contend. Grant us fair weather for Battle. Graciously hearken to us as soldiers who call upon Thee that, armed with Thy power, we may advance from victory to victory, and crush the oppression and wickedness of our enemies and establish Thy justice among men and nations.

        ~General George S. Patton
        November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945

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