Skip to comments.Reflections on the Battlefield: the Enemy Within and How to Overcome
Posted on 02/19/2012 10:56:25 AM PST by Oldpuppymax
Let us begin by defining who we are in terms of convictions and goals; the enemy in terms of how they are manifest. We are a contemplative, geographically disparate coalition of like-minded individuals seeking restoration of our Country by attending the Constitution, a people prepared to sacrifice, using, but not limiting ourselves to the peaceful ballot box, taking as literal the words and wisdom of Jefferson, Adams and Madison.
We are humble servants, a conduit for a future generations lifeblood; an arrogant yet factually accurate statement. We are versed in the documents giving birth to our Constitution, namely the Federalist Papers, vehemently dispelling the notion of an over reaching Federal government, taxation, regulations and denial of individual liberties. We indeed hold certain truths to be self-evident, defending our borders against enemies, foreign and domestic, honoring sacrifices made by our fathers, mothers, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters in uniform.
A macro examination yields our core beliefs in a Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
The providential creation of this land we love and the documents that guide us give witness to this. We are a Judaeo-Christian nation, tolerant of other religions lest we be found more offending than the tyranny from which we evolved.
At micro examination we find threads of interwoven strengths. Were this not so we would deteriorate against the slightest prevailing wind. Americans are self-supporting, generous, fearlessthe light of this world. Why then is our argument fused with...
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