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Sorry, but I cannot simply “get over” the destruction of my country

I am naturally drawn to bumper stickers.  Crowded or empty streets, day or night, I always seem to pick out and read the contents of bumper stickers on the backs of cars, and I have read some pretty interesting points of view plastered on bumpers.  But today, I read something downright disturbing: “He Won, Get Over It”.

What part should I get over, exactly?  Should I get over the fact that our president, wholehearted embraced by Communist Party USA, has put into place a systematic agenda of consolidated power and control into the hands of career politicians practically falling over themselves to spend the people’s money – and demonstrably lie, cheat and steal to do it?

Or, perhaps you would like me to get over the destruction of personal sovereignty at the hands of an expensive and perpetually wasteful government-run health care program and regulatory mess (Obamacare, of course)?  Maybe you would like me to get over government control over the course of business, the independent choices of the American people, over Barack Obama’s unmistakable disdain of freedom and liberty, of the most basic human rights that has stood as the fabric of this nation for centuries?

Okay, it might not be that.  Instead, maybe I should simply move on and get over the transparent cover-up of the Benghazi disaster and the death of innocent Americans in the region as this government purposely turned a blind eye.  Perhaps Americans should do to our government what Obama did to military leaders and an ambassador in the region during the attack: ignore them, pretend nothing is happening, and just get over it.  What is done is done.  It is over.

Oh, it’s over alright.  Worse, our president has no intention of hiding his dangerous agenda, but still, Americans gave this man another chance.  Another chance for what?  Maybe too many people ended up with an “Obama phone”.

I will not get over the destruction of American civilization as we know it at the hands of an unaccountable president and political class.  I will not get over the entrenchment of a recklessly corrupt government superstructure and the elimination of virtually any limit to government control over more and more of the lives of the American people.

No Constitution, no amount of legal restraint or the rule of law, will stand in the way of this administration and the goals of centralization of money, power and control in Washington D.C.

No, Mr. or Mrs. slave of the state.  I will not “get over it”.

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2 thoughts on “Sorry, but I cannot simply “get over” the destruction of my country

  1. Well said. I honestly didn’t expect there to be any more national elections after 2008, but then again, there really wasn’t one, due to all the open fraud. And the silence of the GOP, even the Tea Party, has been deafening— but now we know why; see this article. And it really all goes back to The Act of 1871 when our national sovereignty was taken away. We’ve been had.

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