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Hooray for our side

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By Jerry Stotler


Wahoo. Three cheers for our side. The victory on Nov. 2 was a wonderful gift from a generous God. All the work we did researching and the passing along pertinent information about the leftist agenda for ending our constitutional form of government has paid off. We won a tremendous victory, but the leftist/Marxist/socialist/liberal and progressive America-haters will be gathering in living rooms and offices across America to discuss what they need to do to end our recovery of America's fine tradition of freedom. They took notes.

Be on your guard that they don't lull you back into complacency. Be aware that the soothing words to get you to stop promoting the cause of freedom will be in wide circulation. There will be compliments for the victory, and talk of compromise and working together to get the work done (that means their work, of course).

They have no intention of quitting their cause. They will try to sideline us and placate us, but rest assured, they will not quit their goal of ending freedom and imposing world "governance". There can be no compromise - none. Go to work restoring freedom with all the power and speed available and "Damn the torpedoes." We need heroes, not compromisers.

Always remember - you cannot win a defensive war because you are always backing up. You must be for something: for freedom, moving forward, pressing toward the mark. The fires of freedom must burn in the very depths of your soul.

Since the national school system no longer teaches patriotism and the value of freedom, it is up to each of you to teach your FRANs (Friends, Relatives, Associates, and Neighbors). Of course you will have to become more aware than ever of what is going on behind the government.

Some people call them the insiders, some call them the power brokers, others call them Bilderburgers, Illuminati, International Bankers, the mega rich, etc., but whatever they are called, they want their power back. In 1776 they lost their lock on the power of the world. They won't stop until they get it back. They tried from the get-go to install a king in America, but George Washington refused to accept it. Thank you, George.

In any compromise between good and evil, evil always wins. I can't remember a single verse in the Bible that tells anyone to compromise. Rather, it says many times and in many ways to stand strong, have no fear, be of good courage, and warns us against being in the lukewarm middle. You can't straddle a picket fence so get off on the courage side.

At the end of World War II Americans began to hear words promoting losing. In Korea we were to restore the balance of power. In Vietnam the Presidents repeatedly told us victory is not the goal. Bosnia, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, we had/have the Democratic policy of cut and run. Well, if we are not there to win, then we must plan to lose. Duh.

We need many freedom loving Americans with guts, to keep pressing for the return of freedom in America - for ourselves and our posterity. Know that you cannot have freedom and government control (remind your FRANs that "freedom and government control cannot co-exist"). To the degree that you give power to government is the degree to which you give away freedom.

Our Founding Fathers knew that and tried to protect freedom by limiting the power of the Federal Government with a Constitution. For the last 100 years those in our government have been slowly, diligently, bit by bit, sneaking little bites out of the freedom cake. If we give them any more, we will be left with crumbs.

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