Thursday, April 9, 2009

We're T.E.A.'d!

Tax Day Tea Party and Revolution
also see Tax Day Coalition

We're 21st Century Patriots!

We're steaming mad and boiling over at the government taking our money!

We're T.E.A.'d!




My family is hooked on the BBC production of Robin Hood. Man, is he cool! He "robs from the rich to give to the poor", as they say. Now, I'm not advocating highway robbery, but the circumstances of Robin Hood's deeds was somewhat different than traditional thievery. He was actually returning the money to the poor (they weren't poor until they were over-taxed!), that had been stolen from them by the government elite through unfair taxation.

It seems we have a modern day Robin Hood in the White House, or at least he got elected on that platform.

"A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul." -

George Bernard Shaw

What is so tragically ironic about the above quote, is that George Bernard Shaw was a member of the Fabian Society, an intellectual movement that advocates socialism by evolution, not revolution. What that means in plain terms is, government seizure of your property (which is the key foundation and goal of socialism/communism) not by violent takeover, but by slow, gradual means of regulation, inflation, and taxation (ALL 3 OF WHICH ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL!) .
George Bernard Shaw, and others like him including Barack Obama (or should I say "Comrade Obama"), know all too well, that if you promise the ignorant masses a free ride, they'll jump in and hang on even at the cost of their personal freedoms. Is it any wonder that Obama overwhelmingly carried the vote of first time voters, voters under age 30, college students, and immigrants? Those who largely don't own property and have contributed nothing to the economy? These people need their own version of Robin Hood! Enter the hero.....But this hero is kind of like a person who takes your money and buys someone else a wonderful birthday present with it. He gives the gift, gets the love and appreciation, but it wasn't his to give!
Fellow Americans, we may lose this battle, but we don't have to go down without a fight! Our founding fathers pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor to pass down this heritage of liberty to us. The least we can do is speak up and defend it! Even if you can't attend a rally, let your voice be heard. It's the American thing to do!!
"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance."
Thomas Jefferson

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