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The Final Opportunity

Peter (of Bayou Renaissance Man) posted a concise analysis of the the hows and whys of where this election could possibly go.

And, it’s NOT a positive post!

At least for those of us who believe in this Constitutional Republic and Individual Liberty.

His last paragraph:

I remain convinced that if Clinton wins, this Republic cannot survive in its present form.  She and her urban elite supporters have already all but trashed our Constitution, blatantly selling themselves and their public offices to the highest bidder.  If they win again, they’ll trample underfoot what remains of our nation.  We’ll be swamped by illegal aliens, many of whom will vote (illegally or not) for the party that promises them the biggest handouts.  If our Republic and Constitution are to be preserved, I fear this election may be the final opportunity to do so via the ballot box.

You should really go and read the whole post.

And it’s precursor.

I’ve posted before regarding how this Republic is unique in history, and how even the Romans probably thought they would continue forever.  I think most folks don’t read history or blogs.  They are too busy trying to eke out an existence, living paycheck to paycheck, hoping the Government won’t continue to tax them into oblivion, or continue to erode their God-given rights to dust.

If they even consider such things.

They feel they are tiny cogs in the uber-machine, and have no control over the inevitable outcome.

And that The American Experiment will not continue forever.

Peter says:  “If our Republic and Constitution are to be preserved, I fear this election may be the final opportunity to do so via the ballot box.”

What could happen after that is too painful to consider.

Please VOTE, as if your Life and The Republic depends on it!

I fear it does…

colson

 

 

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About guffaw1952

I'm a child of the 50's. libertarian, now medically-retired. I've been a certified firearms trainer, a private investigator, and worked for a major credit card company for almost 22 years. I am a proud NRA Life Member. I am a limited-government, free-market capitalist, who believes in the U.S. Constitution and the Rule of Law.

Discussion

6 thoughts on “The Final Opportunity

  1. The Founders’ Great Experiment has failed, not because free men couldn’t handle true Liberty; it’s that others don’t believe anyone can, without their enlightened leadership and direction. And we, the formerly free, allowed those who would enslave us to slip collars around our necks, dumb-down our schools, and exert more & more control.

    I’ll pass; thanks anyway.

    Posted by Rev. Paul | October 19, 2016, 8:35 am
  2. Let it happen is right, it was always the ‘other guy’ in trouble, not us… Until now…

    Posted by Old NFO | October 19, 2016, 11:54 am
  3. Our Republic, “In it’s present form” isn’t a Republic anyway. We have devolved into a “democracy”.
    It’s damn hard when you work for a living, to compete against those that vote for a living. Once they outnumber the producers, we’re truly done…and the margin is razor thin now.

    The REAL elephant in the room is the 20 trillion we’re in the hole. Taxing every single person who makes a wage at 100% couldn’t pay it off.
    Maybe we can all take classes in Mandarin…

    Have a cheerful day! 🙂

    Posted by KM | October 19, 2016, 4:27 pm

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