The Art of Compromise

I have made it no secret that I have reservations regarding the march of May 16th, which is being dubbed as the American Spring. Those reservations are not because I have an alternate plan of action but because I sense a trap and cannot understand the tactic of putting unarmed people, at their expense, in the District of Columbia demanding the resignation of people that should be arrested. Washington is filled with people that are openly committing treason, sedition, participating in the kidnapping and enslavement of children, supporting Islamic organizations that are killing our troops with OUR money, as well as a great many other crimes… what makes anyone think that they’ll just voluntarily up and leave because we say so at this time?

My concerns are my concerns and I have a Right to express them and discuss them with others, even if the organizers of that march don’t like them. They have a right to organize and do what they’re doing; I don’t dispute nor disagree with that right, only what I see as a very real possible, even probable outcome of what they’re doing. How many of those unarmed patriots are willing to be caught between hostile forces? Who do you suppose the media will blame should a conflict erupt? Why would anyone give their adversary 6 months to prepare against their action? I learned a lesson from what happened with the bombing of the Murrah Building, in Oklahoma City, on April 19, 1995. The militias across the country stood down like dogs with their tails between their legs after the media placed the blame on them, despite the fact there was no credible evidence implicating them… Do you think perhaps the bombing was done to stem the rising militias? There was a lot of anger after the conflagration at Waco, Texas exactly two years earlier and the militias were growing in number UNTIL that bombing.

I’ve been watching the globalists and their tactics for all of my adult life. I have seen them pull the same tactics over and over again during that time. Why would I want to ignore what I see happening without expressing my concerns and calling attention to it? I hope that people at least have their eyes open before going into such a volatile and dangerous scenario unarmed since I wasn’t aware of a movement among Americans to commit suicide as a political statement.

I have been accused of not considering the ideas and efforts of others; of not working with other people to find solutions to our problems. I have done both things throughout my professional career with the same result… I tend to back down to the opinions of others and end up losing myself and what I believe in the process; also, most of my ideas end up resurfacing later as someone else’s ideas. As a result I have made a conscience decision to stand my ground when I know I’m right. If you don’t agree with me on anything, engage in dialog and let’s discuss it… I never said I was perfect and would love to be doing this in a team environment instead of alone in an RV!

I will readily admit that I have a serious problem with government by committee. I don’t work well with others that don’t understand and believe the same principles and frankly I don’t want to; while each of us have different talents and perspectives, I believe it is important to share the same core beliefs and principles to effectively arrive at an appropriate solution politically. The solution I see for America isn’t even political as much as a matter of righteousness, people either fulfilling or not fulfilling the obligation of their oath. The problems America is enduring have much simpler solutions than most people imagine, we just have to come together with the will and determination to implement them as a people.

Compromise has brought us to this place… You cannot compromise on principle or you lose it. You cannot compromise on your rights or your will lose them. You cannot compromise on the truth or you will live a lie. Is it any wonder then that politics is the art of compromise? Corruption is killing America and until we remove those who are corrupt it will only get worse… imagine worse than today.

Related articles:

A Plan of Action: http://commonsensetome.com/2014/01/02/a-plan-of-action/

Declaration of Restoration – April 15, 2014: http://commonsensetome.com/2014/02/14/declaration-of-restoration-april-15-2014/

Changing the Rule of Law: http://commonsensetome.com/2013/12/29/changing-the-rule-of-law/

The Duty of Our Oath: http://commonsensetome.com/2013/09/12/the-duty-of-our-oath/

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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2 Responses to The Art of Compromise

  1. Jim Bryant says:

    Sir: Your article is one to be taken seriously. I too, as I’m sure, others see and realize the inherent dangers in such an action. That many people will, in my thinking, attract an awful lot of well intending folks, but some with the judgment that may provoke violence. I respect the “intent” of the actions of the souls that will try to deliver the message to the Washington political system, but under the guidance of the current Administration with the head of the Justice Department, I fear this could not have a pleasant ending……..alto it is to be noted that those grounds and those buildings and offices belong to the legal citizens of America, and due the respect as property that belongs to We the People, and should not be damaged or defaced in any way…..although, I suspect, those in Washington, see it as personal property.

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