AMERICA: THE EVOLUTION OF ANOTHER REVOLUTION?…

Posted on March 14, 2009. Filed under: News And Politics... |

 
It’s disturbing to see where our beautiful country is heading.  The principles that our forefathers fought so hard for have somehow fallen on the wayside.  It is now up to us to renew that forgotten spirit—the Spirit of America.  In the eyes of many other countries, we are no longer viewed as a super power.  We need to do everything we can to prove them wrong.  Our government is vying to become a super government to a dependent country.  This is not what our forefathers intended for America; this is not how we became a great country.  Most of you have been led astray by a mere mortal who has put his own interests in front of ours.  The media has built him up so high, overlooking all the negativity that surrounds him, and in the process, they have degraded their own credibility and ethics.  Who can believe what they say?  Who can we trust to tell us the truth now?  When Obama was campaigning, it was like there were subliminal messages piped in wherever he spoke.  People were falling on their knees, crying because hope and change were on the horizon, praising him and hanging onto his every word.  He said he was going to bring change.  Now, “The Times, They Are A-Changin’ ” (video and lyrics are below).  People are starting to snap out of their Obama trances.  Now they’re falling on their knees in despair, crying with hopelessness because they got the change they voted for, praying to God because He is the only one now who can help us.  They are no longer hanging onto Obama’s every word.  Now they’re starting to question his every word.  As President Ronald Reagan said, If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under.”  

 

I posted AMERICA WILL BOUNCE BACK WITHOUT OBAMA’S "HELP"… in my blog on February 28, 2009.  God knows, we can’t count on Obama to lead us out of despair…he’s leading us there.

 

Not only are we fighting for what is right, we are also fighting against what is wrong.  It’s such a shame that after over 200 years, the “right” and “left” can’t meet in the middle.  They preach that we all have to work together, and in war, there needs to be compromises.  Our government certainly doesn’t lead by example.  We have a “Do as I say, not as I do” government.  We are the ones who are in the middle so I guess it’s up to us to right the wrongs in America.  The time has come for us to make America strong again.

 

Now is the time for big government and big business to give small businesses a chance to flourish.  They’re the backbone of America, after all.  The government should be helping them because…To quote President Ronald Reagan, Entrepreneurs and their small enterprises are responsible for almost all the economic growth in the United States.”  The reason we’re not seeing this growth is because the government is helping the wrong people.  If they start concentrating on small businesses and those of us who are caught in the middle, the Dow would soar and so would the hope for tomorrow that is deep within all of us.  Our government is trying to overtake us and make us dependent upon them.  As I’ve said many times before, they work for us; we don’t work for them.  The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution reads "We The People, not We, the Government:

 

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

 

I knew something was wrong back when Obama was campaigning.  I noticed very few people put bumper stickers on their vehicles or political signs on their lawns.  Nobody wanted to talk about who they were supporting in the election.  Everything was so hush-hush.  When McCain’s ratings starting gaining momentum, the left fear mongers were saying it’s “because people don’t want to vote for a black man”.  They stressed that if you didn’t vote for Obama, you would be considered a racist.  They have been playing that card for so long now, it’s just not credible any more.  He’s just as white as he is black.  America did give Obama a chance, and he blew it.  It’s a fact that more white people voted for Obama than blacks voted for McCain, so who are the “racists” here?  It was reported by the media that “if Obama lost, there would be rioting in the streets”.  They have bullied people into their way of thinking, but now people are starting to smarten up and think for themselves.  There is strength in numbers, and there are more of us than there are in the government, although it’s growing all the time.  There are a lot of us who are not buying what Obama’s been selling.  It’s not because he’s black, it’s because he’s wrong.

 

I thought the black community would have seen Obama as a good role model and emulate him.  With all the black-on-black crime that happened during Black History Month, this was not the case.  A lot of them insist on clinging to that race card, even now.  Obama and his wife got their education courtesy of our tax dollars in the form of Affirmative Action.  Obama is no role model for them, but another minority group is.  If the black community cares to pick themselves up out of their self-inflicted oppression, they can look at what the Native Americans have done with the “cards” they were dealt, and emulate their strength in overcoming severe obstacles in a positive manner.  Native Americans were once slaves as well, but do you hear them crying over it?  No, they moved on and lived their lives in spite of the travesties suffered by their ancestors.  Slavery ended in 1865.  Move on and put your negative energy to more productive use.  Make life better for your family like we all have to do because we should be depending upon ourselves to get ahead in life, not on our government to live our lives for us and dictate what we can and can’t have.  In spite of everything the Native Americans have gone through and lost, and it was of great proportion, they have embraced the world, not with angry words and enraged actions as some blacks do, but with uplifting words and inspirational actions that are emulated by every generation and every race.  I can’t seem to find any positive words in rap music which is probably why I can’t tolerate it for too long—rap is crap.

 

A big percentage of the black community recently rallied around Chris Brown, a black R&B singer, who severely beat his black girlfriend, Rhianna, condoning his actions.  If you ask me, it was a ruse to get exposure from the media.  As idiotic as it sounds, I do believe that 100%.  There are no limits to what celebrities will do to gain exposure, whether it’s positive or negative—those narcissists crave the limelight.  Many blacks defended Chris Brown, if you can believe that.  To make matters worse, the pair are together again, and recently recorded a "sweet and sentimental" track that "expresses the challenges of a love relationship," according to People Magazine.  Hmmm…looks like I may be right about this whole situation being a “ruse”.  They’re certainly saving a lot of money promoting their "new" track.  Neither Al Crapton nor Jesse Jackass came out of the woodwork against Brown’s actions.  You’d better believe if it was a white man hitting a black woman, they would have demonstrated throughout the land asking for his head on a platter.  Since it was a black-on-black incident, they spoke not a word.  What does that say about how they perceive black women?  They should have called Brown out in support of Rhianna, but they didn’t.  Brown’s actions were despicable, and lack of action from either Crapton or Jackass was equally dispicable.  Oprah came to the rescue though, as she does when there’s black violence as did Tyra Banks.  I don’t see Oprah dedicating a whole show to violence against women when white women were severely beaten.  Nobody is willing to point that out, though.  She donates millions to her black school in Africa.  Try to have a white person build an all-white school and see what happens.  There’s a double-standard in America that is pro-black, yet blacks cry again and again because they want more.  They’ve gotten enough, and I’ve had enough about how blacks are treated by whites.  Even Obama recently said “Times are tougher for blacks”.  What an idiotic thing to say…this coming from a rich black guy.

 

For some reason, some blacks want to stay oppressed and cry “poor me”, but Native Americans have more of a right to be angry than blacks.  Nobody fought for Native Americans when the U.S. government took away everything they held dear, including the country they called home.  When the government took away their means of survival, they persevered and did not cower in defeat or cry “poor me”.  They fought with every fiber of their being for what they knew was right.  I respect them for fighting for what they believed in and for not taking anything for granted.  They lived off the land they loved and respected, and never took what they didn’t need.  I highly respect them for overcoming the many travesties that were placed upon them at the hands of early government.  They prayed and gave thanks for what they had, which was next to nothing.  We could all heed that lesson and appreciate what we have instead of what we want.  They had a deep love and sincere appreciation for America which is taken for granted by many Americans today.  At least they had their dignity, and nobody could take that away from them.  They had nobody on their side to fight for their rights.  At least the blacks had a great Republican president on their side, fighting for them.  President Abraham Lincoln was a great man and a great president.  Obama dares to compare himself to President Lincoln.  Oh, the audacity of that guy!  He’s more like Jimmy Carter.  It was the Democrats that wanted slavery and fought tooth-and-nail to keep slavery alive, yet it was President Lincoln, a Republican, who fought on the blacks’ behalf, to end slavery, and he lost his life because of that fight.  How ironic that we have a black guy in the White House who is a Democrat, and the blacks are supporting him.  In return, he’s going to support them.

 

There is strong evidence out there that more people are now fed up with the “change” that Obama has brought to our country.  Our government need only follow in our forefathers’ footsteps because they founded our great country and we need to keep her that way.  All we have to do is pick up the pieces and put America together again, including uniting our government because "United We Stand; Divided We Fall".  In the spirit of hoping for a more positive change to the negative change we got, this song rings true (lyrics follow)…

 

God Bless America,

 

QueenBee

 

 

    

 

THE TIMES, THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’

By:  Tony DeSare 

 

Come gather ’round people
Wherever you roam
And admit that the waters
Around you have grown
And accept it that soon
You’ll be drenched to the bone
If your time to you
Is worth savin’
Then you better start swimmin’
Or you’ll sink like a stone
For the times, they are a-changin’.

Come writers and critics
Who prophesize with your pen
And keep your eyes wide
The chance won’t come again
And don’t speak too soon
For the wheel’s still in spin
And there’s no tellin’ who
That it’s namin’
For the loser now
Will be later to win
For the times, they are a-changin’.

Come senators, congressmen
Please heed the call
Don’t stand in the doorway
Don’t block up the hall
For he that gets hurt
Will be he who has stalled
The battle outside is ragin’
It’ll soon shake your windows
And rattle your walls
For the times, they are a-changin’.

Come mothers and fathers
Throughout the land
And don’t criticize
What you can’t understand
Your sons and your daughters
Are beyond your command
Your old road is
Rapidly fadin’
Please get out of the new one
If you can’t lend your hand
For the times, they are a-changin’.

The line, it is drawn
And the curse, it is cast
The slow one now
Will later be fast
As the present now
Will later be past
The order is
Rapidly fadin’
And the first one now
Will later be last
For the times, they are a-changin’.

 

 

 
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