What Do You Support?

It is naive to place all the blame on Democrats though I’m no great fan of them either. However, in all honesty, just where is the fight or adherence to principle in the Republican Party?

Both major political parties in America have been bought and paid for by the globalist elite whose only goal is the eradication of American sovereignty and independence; that is why American industry and ingenuity have been abandoned to the wolves on the world market.

We’ve become a nation dependent on others who want us weakened and eventually dead. Liberty doesn’t mix with a system that wants to control every aspect of human activity, including the size of the herd.

Personally I’m sick of these intellectually dishonest ramblings that blame one party while excusing the malfeasance of the other; it’s pure propaganda. Yes, the Democrats have done despicable things, including treason, but so have the Republicans either outright or by turning a blind eye towards the conduct of the left.

Even people I consider friends on Facebook are advocating the rise of Ted Cruz to the presidency, a man that is clearly not a natural born citizen; ignoring the Constitutional requirement that he be so. After all, Obama’s not why should he?

When you ignore the unconstitutional actions of one party so that you can rationalize your own misconduct, what makes you any different than those you oppose? How many Republicans ignored and helped cover-up Obama’s ineligibility just so they’d have an excuse to do so themselves? Are there no Americans left to lead our own country? Is it necessary to violate the Constitution in order to restore it? None of this makes any sense to me or the rationale behind it. I have met and known of many loyal, patriotic, and dynamic leaders in my lifetime, and they all were shrouded in obscurity because the corporate owned media gave them little to no exposure to the American people; what exposure they did receive was more often than not derogatory and slanderous because they represented what the globalists hated, liberty.

For me, the Constitution has always been the political source of direction, not any political party. It hurts everyone in America to place your political loyalty to anything but America, because if you do America and its interests become second to the party’s interests; I think you all can see where that leads today.

I urge my American friends to be Americans before anything other than their allegiance to their Creator. While we still breathe the world’s air we should support a system of governance in this world that promotes liberty and opportunity, not the petty us versus them paradigm of political faction. It’s hard to be a melting pot when you spend time hating and suspecting each other… let us be Americans and embrace one another as Americans by supporting American founding principles and ideals.

Millions of Americans are sworn to support and defend the Constitution; to bear true faith and allegiance to the same. Does following a political party fulfill that obligation or pull you away from it? When a Party ceases to promote and protect American principles, it is no longer American, but more akin to a sports team or a private club that is formed to oppose another. Do you think, perhaps, that is why sports is so encouraged and promoted while an understanding in American principles isn’t?

About Thomas Mick

My life has been anything but normal in my years upon this earth. I have been all over the American Republic, seen and experienced the different cultures and people that make up this wonderful land as a youth. Now that my family is grown I am back on the road revisiting it anew with a more mature outlook tempered with the wisdom that comes from experience. I am an American, my passion is America, and my life is devoted to restoring American liberty.
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