the last day

Independence is a two-edge sword.

In my song Independence> from the early 90s, a mercenary type rides through the land, wielding a sword called Independence. Back then I thought it was a tool of the rich. But like watching a Hollywood movie, you have to expect this from a liberal (like I used to be), and try to find what’s true, interesting, and evocative.

American Independence is something to celebrate…it’s carrying it out that is hard. For it to work we must be trustworthy citizens…honorable people. The Founders knew we were all sinners, and this contradiction adds to the poetic nature of our existence. We must pass through the fire without getting burned.

The Left have given up. They have left the building. From some unknown location, they wage perennial war on the other side (of nowhere). Most of the country seems to be in this disembodied state. It is unstoppable for all the reasons stated in my 5 years of blogging.

The firing of a million liberal teachers and professors is not going to happen. The undemocratic steps needed to preserve American Independence won’t be taken. Were all “stickin’ to the Union” now. Government is run by the Left. They’ve won.

Happy 4th!

2 Responses to “the last day”

  1. No no no, my friend, they have not won. People are waking up and fighting back, it ain’t over until the righteous give up, and that ain’t happening any time soon. Good Americans have only begun to fight and defeat is not an option.

    • You are right, but for now they are winning. We can’t sit back and expect anything but the worst from Obamatrons. So I will join you in fighting back for as long as it takes.

      It was just a moment of despair to dramatize the situation. I still try to get through to libs on the blog. Showing them how they are percieved by conservatives, and shocking or shaming them into changing.

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