Truth is a rock; if you chip away at it enough, you wind up with gravel, then sand.
-Anna Quindlen, “Real Life, No Police Chases”, Newsweek, January 23, 2006-
I know I have talked a lot about the shortness of the memory span of the American people, and everytime something like this happens, it comes back to the forefront. The American people have always been susceptible to what the media, the liberals or the progressives have to say.
Lately, every time something in politics goes in a different way than everyone thinks it should for the tea party, we get the story that the Tea Party is dead. Like it is an entity that can die. But, the left and the others have no clue about what the tea party really is. Because it isn’t an entity like the democrats, or the republicans or anything else. The tea party, folks, is nothing more than the American people showing their disgust for what the politicians in Washington and around this nation are doing.
PLAIN AND SIMPLE!
And it is time that the American people started thinking about what has happened to this nation since FDR. Actually since Wilson. I have lived through a bunch of those years, and I can look back and see just how many of our freedoms and liberties that we have all lost.
When this first started, the liberals knew that they couldn’t do what they wanted because they knew, the American people didn’t want what they wanted. So they took it slow.
Using little “socialistic” ideas that on the surface sounded good, and pulled on the heart strings of the population, to get little things, that over time got more and more intrusive, till they got to where they are now.
NOW, everything is really out in the open.
The lies that they now tell, are only weeks, if not days away from the next story they will tell us. And they believe that we will forget what was said before, when the new lie is manufactured. Because we always have.
As for the tea party being dead? Dream on brothers!
May God Bless our efforts to help get America back, and put God back into our country
God Bless America, Bless all Americans, and bless us to start using more common sense.