Tuesday, October 26, 2010


“If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival. There may even be a worse case: you may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.”

— Winston Churchill

If you don't want to hear my political rant, then feel free to pass this post up, or flip over to the next blog on your reading list.  I am standing on the proverbial soapbox. 

Today's post is not about being cozy at home, a recipe for some good food, or pretty houses, or pretty fall pictures.  It's about something infinitely more important.  It's about our FUTURE.

I can't help myself.  I have to mention this.


I know you probably already know, but we are ONE WEEK from the world's largest TEA PARTY.  We will have our say.  They will hear us.

I am excited, to say the least.  And, I hope that we know something next Tuesday night before we go to bed.  

I also hope the MILITARY VOTES ARE COUNTED.  (That is one of the things that makes me the most angry, the military men and women being DENIED their right to vote by the corrupt voter's commissions around the country!  It is an atrocity that makes me furious!  WHO more than the soldiers, deserve to have their say?!)

I am not overconfident, you just never know what new tricks the leftist, communist, socialist opposition can come up with by way of cheating, what with all the nuts in ACORN, SEIU, and other communist organizations that wield their clout each time an election rolls around.

I DO BELIEVE that there are more of us than there are of THEM.  I believe they can be DEFEATED.
More than that, I believe they MUST BE DEFEATED.

But, they cannot be defeated if we stay home and use an excuse not to vote. (We should be ashamed forever if we miss this one!)

If they are not defeated at the ballot box, I believe that our country as we knew it, is done, and we will never again know the freedoms that our forefathers so generously handed to us.  We are already to the point where we might never get it back... and if we do it will require years of HARD WORK.  Restoring freedom will not be easy--and we will NEVER be able to be so apathetic ever again, but at least there is hope this time that we can turn back some of the policies foisted on us by the goons in this administration.

I am angry and I am mad, and all those emotions should NOT LEAVE ME after next Tuesday, even if we change both houses of CONgress.

We have to stay on them.

We have to keep working, be alert, aware, and most of all, ANGRY.

That anger should work to be the ballast that will fuel a change to last for decades.

Remember that your right to vote was won the hard way:  blood and guts are the only reason you are able to pull that lever or fill in that circle.  

Generation after generation of brave Americans bought you that right, and many of THEM will not even have that privilege, so GO FIGHT FOR THEM!

We are here, the soldiers are there.  They cannot defend our freedom at home, that is up to US!!!!!

There is no way to fully describe how historic and how important this election is to YOU, your KIDS, and your GRAND KIDS for generations to come.

We have someone in the White House who is hell-bent on destroying what generations of FREEDOM'S DEFENDERS have worked, bled and died to preserve.

The ballot box is our battleground, it is our way of making things right again, by design.  I don't think it will ever be the same again if we aren't victorious this time.

The Founding Fathers KNEW that power corrupts, and they designed it so that WE COULD OVERTHROW those who refused to listen to the PEOPLE at the ballot box, instead of using our MUSKETS.

Thank God for that, and DO NOT NEGLECT your duty to your country, your family and your fellow-man, but most of all those SOLDIERS over there fighting for US.  It is our DUTY to vote and to be vigilant, after the vote to hold our leaders accountable.

I have one week, and I cannot guarantee that you won't hear about this from me again in that week.

It is of utmost importance, unless we want our children and theirs to be slaves to the cold-hearted communists in China.  

I just pray to GOD it's not too late.

By William Tyler Page
I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a Republic; a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect Union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes.

I therefore believe it is my duty to my Country to love it; to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; to respect its flag; and to defend it against all enemies.


Kerin said...

I look forward to voting and I am grateful for the being able to vote.
It truely is a blessing!
Lets all do our duty and say our prayers for this great nation.

Anonymous said...

We are also looking forward to vote to restore freedom. God Bless, Emelia

Old Road Primitives said...

Amen, Amen, Amen! Please everyone get out an Vote on Tuesday! God Bless America! Kim

Anonymous said...

Amen! Thank you for speaking out!

Kristen said...

now that is a GOOD soapbox you can stand on ANY day in my house!! I Vote proudly!

Cindy said...

Yeah another Tea Party Sister!!

Whether it's from the left..the right or the middle..our America has been so screwed over. When I get weary of taking stands..I remember our founding Fathers..struggling..and fighting by themselves..With God on their side..they won..they won our freedom..our rights..our security!!
It has slipt away slowly..but with God on our side we will win America back.We have too..there is no other choice .The other choice is China. Not this girl!!!!Thank you for taking a stand!! We have already voted!!

Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

Karen~The Barely There Primitive Bear said...

Great speech! I will be voting,
that is for sure!

Bear Hugs~Karen

Mac n' Janet said...

Had to vote early as we'll be out of town, but we have voted in every election since we turned 21, but the choices we're being given in the way of candidates makes me despair.

Jeanette said...

I will vote..or course. I always do! This election we WILL clean house!!

Laura said...

You said it way better than I ever could! I will be voting on Tuesday OF COURSE!
We were in Lansing yesterday and we saw more "Snyder for Governor" signs than we have any other place we've been! LOL!

Anonymous said...

Voting for sure!