Thursday, September 21, 2006

What's Wrong with America

I received the following email today:

"YOU'RE what's wrong with America today. You, and people like you, who sew doubt about our government, who blame America first, who claim 9/11 was an "inside job", who talk about "false flags" . . . ."

Actually, it is people who accept whatever the government tells them that are what's wrong with America. It is people that will blindly follow whatever their "great leader" tells them, people that spout the party line without understanding or questioning, people who act like children and assume that the Founding Fathers made a system which will feed us and take care of us and make it all work without our input who are the problem with America. It is people who will bomb people because they are whipped into an unthinking frenzy by a false flag terror attack who are what's wrong with America.

This is what Thomas Jefferson meant when he said "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty". We need to be vigilant in policing our government, not in clamping down on those who question it.

The founding fathers taught us that if we really love our country, we will participate in debate and criticism. In Jefferson's words, "dissent is the highest form of patriotism".

The gentleman who wrote the email, and those like him, are actually anti-American. They do what good communists, or "Islamo-fascists" do: blindly follow the party line.

I love my country enough to work to save her from those who would destroy the Constitution, turn the U.S. into a fascist empire, and trample on the memory of all of those who fought and died so that we could be free. I -- and the millions of others in the 9/11 truth movement -- are what's right with America.


Blogger tkn said...

Amen Sir.

Its great to see you've returned from the grave and are now blogging on the internet. Thank you for your leadership in troubled times

10:14 PM  

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