A Call to Arms
The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house All that cold, cold, wet day.
I sat there with Sally. We sat there, we two. And I said, “How I wish We had something to do!”
Too wet to go out And too cold to play ball. So we sat in the house.We did nothing at all. So all we could do was to
Sit! Sit! Sit! Sit! And we did not like it. Not one little bit. And then Something went BUMP!
How that bump made us jump!
Something went Bump yesterday. The challenge to you; was it enough to make you jump and join the fight? We can sit here today in bewilderment that the Chief Justice rewrote a piece of legislation to save it. Or we can be thankful he didn’t rewrite the Constitution as the liberal wing would have. We should be alarmed at the new, unlimited power to tax granted to the Federal Government, but we should also be very aware of the limitations placed on the Commerce Clause and the strength that was returned to States Rights. We can be paralyzed with the fear of the new taxes and debt this law will heap upon us and our children. Or, we can put every Democrat on record as having passed the single largest tax increase in the history of this country.
In short, we have a choice. This election is shaping up to be a fight for our republic. Not Republican vs Democrat, but Citizen vs the Government. Will we continue to allow those we elected to serve us to consolidate power to be used against us? Or will we say enough, and return our Government to the people. It is really that serious.
It is no longer enough just to vote. All of us need to do more. Everyone off the sidelines and onto the field. Get the vote out. Call that friend or relative in a swing state. Donate to a campaign. Start a blog. Volunteer. The Supreme Court made it perfectly clear yesterday – ONLY YOU have the power to change the course of fate. What will you do with that power?
Reagan said, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free