PreviewThe people shape their own destiny
-- either as free people or as slaves.

If they remain self-reliant, they stay free.
Ever expanding state power destroys lives.

Government panacea is a defective idea.
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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

We Resist

We have to persuade Congress to make us free again. No one has the natural right to control another person's life. Throughout history, the high and the mighty have tinkered with the lives of the powerless, and consoled themselves they were agents of good.

President Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States (1923–1929), has been ridiculed for limited intelligence. In reality he was but a man of few words. Unfortunately, one of his most memorable quotations no longer applies today:
“The chief business of the American people is business.”
Today anyone attempting to start or conduct a business in the United States faces discouraging obstacles in high and uncertain taxes, government edicts and a maze of state and federal regulations.

We are no longer left to mind our own business. We must deal with a tangle of conflicting regulations and blockages to getting on with our private lives. Why? So Democrats, lawyers (The American Bar Association is a major contributor to the "Democratic" Party) and bureaucrats can have jobs where they can feel important. Those jobs consist mostly of trifling with the lives of We the People.

America, This Is Immoral. We have the Right to resist.


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