Tuesday, April 6, 2010

What Will You Do When You've Lost Your Freedom?

Rather than focusing on the recent past, with regard to the Lefts takeover of ( some would say dismantling of ), power, emphasis should be placed on elements that are now coming into play which are impossible to control but that have an immediate impact the future of our country. So, I ask are you prepared to lose this present government? When will stability and peace return and where will the day be won? Which freedoms would you choose if you were given the burden to keep it?

Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice.

- Barry Goldwater

It would be no favor to Liberty if we automatically rule out some of the more disagreeable tasks outright for fear of being in favor of naked aggression. If the system has been corrupted, and therefore the health of the nation- as patient - were denied an honest assesment. Its a disservice for the doctor (in this case; the People ) to withold from the patient the best treatment possible, though extreme, such a patient would choose life over any alternative. So to speak about return to laisse -faire civility is simply offering a band aid when the true nature of the symptoms remain undiagnosed, or worse burn up precious resources in a time of mounting and already grave crisis.

In the weeks since Obama sponsored Health Reform was passed, what we have is a sea change in that involved bare - knuckle positioning to favor the narrative of doctored rascism. Same old Alinsky tactics at a Teaparty Rally, Media blitzes and a Radical Presidents boldest commandeering of freedom to date then affecting a moderate pose. A new and dangerous gamble low on detail of a derailing of the Salt agreement with Russian arms rather than modernizing aging and virtually obsolete weapons this new idea on world peace and how it is to be designed, is a papering over of the problem of aggression in war. It is not about substance but glory with this President.

No one believes for a minute that this President is done gravitating the tempo of the debate as our protagonist. Barack Obama; the most powerful man in the free world and now the most dangerous to liberty, is redifing the presidency by agitating an experimental precedent. Now his dangerous game is playing at unilateralism in the balance of power in global affairs, invites obvious disaster. Would or political rivals and allies find it easier to understand this recent change of stance? How much more amplified then for activists for liberty here at home? It is what he says it is, a change regardless of reality.

And small wonder too, with the Lefts cloying need to reiterate hate into a sublimated form of Political Taqiyya, the old canards now seem to have an opposite effect on people who are taking active interest and have no reason to incist on being made into the bad guy. If these two cosmologies are irreconcileable in civility, then by all means, they should be reconcilled if needs be in defense of liberty.