We are a nation of immigrants, but does that mean that we should have wide open borders? At the height of European migration, when France gave us the Statue of Liberty, did we not have and use Ellis Island where many were in fact sent back? When they came they didn’t get anything from the govt, even as some were able to homestead, but illegal immigrants get a wealth of aid all while calling America racist. Does the fact that my ancestors came here as early as 500 years ago mean that the US should always have an open door, regardless of the struggles the American people face? Our immigration policies, the same which allow terrorists citizenship and reward criminal activity while denying a home schooling Christian family from Germany the chance to stay are insane, and if they show racism, ask yourself why the Romeike family face deportation while Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is a US citizen, and his brother was allowed to remain even after we were told of his terrorist ties.
I want my country back. I’m sick and tired of the State playing dictator while ignoring the people. I’m sick of the lies, the spin, the sell out that shoves us deeper and deeper into a pit. I’m sick of the double standards and “special classes” protected by hypocritical hand wringing liars who care nothing for the people, but only for their power. No single election will restore it.
To vote for Obama is to vote for national suicide. He is the death of our finances, our freedoms, our future, and our sovereignty. He is nothing less than our destruction, a bottle of poison wrapped in a pretty bow.
When government ceases to be Constitutional and representative it becomes a tyranny and must be opposed with all the strength we can muster. It is better to stand for right than to shackle our children with the bondage of tyranny.
Time to declare independence yet again and restore the Constitutional Republic!!!
“I saw in States Rights the only availing check upon the absolutism of the sovereign will and secession filled me with hope, not as the destruction but, as the redemption of Democracy.” “Historian of Liberty” Lord Acton in a letter to Robert E. Lee