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Fight the Good Fight

By Ice
May 19, 2010

There is a certain segment of the patriot community that consistently harps the chorus that we cannot change our system of government because the system is not the original intention of the founders of this free Republic. They chant that the system was hi-jacked and changed. My personal argument against their despairing outlook is that if the system were hi-jacked once it can be hi-jacked again … by us.

Of course, this is met with more despairing arguments such as the systems use of fraud during the election cycle and the vast amounts of money used to target the millions of malleable Americans which, even though disgusted and angry with the current state of affairs, are still unaware of the cold hard facts, the cause of these problems and the undeniable solutions.

As these disenchanted patriots move further away from the problems we face by disassociating themselves with the current form of government by use of various “paytriot” processes, there are many of us that have put on our gloves and jumped into the ring.

Through organizations like The Bill of Rights Defense Committee, The Tenth Amendment Center and the Tea Party we have been making excellent strides. These victories are not only becoming numerous but as visible as highlighted text. The writing is on the wall for the “establishment”.

Note the recent victories at the ballot box during this primary cycle:

Good Bye Arlen Specter! The fourth Democrat to lose a high profile race.  And this loss comes in spite of his attempt to ride the Obama wave of popularity by changing parties in order to retain power.

Hello Rand Paul! And he is just one of many constitutionalist “Statesmen” that have joined the fray.  A sound victory with more than 60% of the vote spells trouble for the status quo.  The fact that Obama and his left leaning policies are not so well loved in Kentucky would make it appear to be an insurmountable task to stop Dr. Pauls march to the Senate.

As intended, there will be sweeping changes in the bodies that occupy both Houses… regardless of the money or fraud the “old guard” devotes to their efforts to retain the status quo. The “Obama” factor has become a liability as his popularity may not even be close to the numbers promoted by his adoring, boot licking media mouth pieces.

All the good news from the primary elections is just a small part of the battle.  States are beginning to find their spine and are ready to stand on their own, making the hard choices and accepting the responsibility to deal with the burden and problems characteristic of those choices. Many local communities, Counties and States have passed legislation barring the enforcement of the Patriot Act, any amendments thereof and certain Executive Orders.

The ongoing efforts of the several states flexing their muscle include not only the “10th Amendment” legislation being passed in State Houses but also legislation designed to nullify the usurpation of State power by the federal government. Current nullification efforts include: Firearms Freedom Act, Medical Marijuana LawsREAL ID, Health Care Freedom Act, Bring the Guard Home, Constitutional Tender, Cap and Trade, Federal Tax Funds Act, Sheriffs First Legislation, Federal Gun Laws, and Regulation of Intrastate Commerce.

The battle for Freedom and visible change in the political landscape continue in spite of the efforts of certain groups to bolster their numbers with insistent argument that participation in the “system” is futile.  History is being made and these people will never be able to say they were a part of it. While others take to the work they stand on the sidelines believing the fairy tale that “if” they could swell their numbers they “might” be able to “apply pressure” that would  bring about the desired change. (Note to those that have made this argument: After reading your argument here, doesn’t it sound a bit foolish?)

Personally, I believe these groups to be dead on regarding specific issues but totally disagree that participation in efforts to retake the government are futile. It is my belief that if the States really want to demonstrate the true extent of their power they should deny the Federal Government one of these powers. That power would be the right to issue a Passport.  By reclaiming this specific right the States would be making the strongest demonstration of their Sovereignty that could possibly be made. And for those of you that do not believe the several states have the right to issue Passports I would say to you that you are ignorant of the form of government we live under. When I see a serious effort to promote the reclaiming of this rightful power by the several states begin in earnest… I will be one of the first on board.

But Please … don’t ever tell me that participation in these efforts to retake our government are an effort in futility.  Join us. Fight the Good Fight.

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May 19, 2010 - Posted by | 10th Amendment, Bill of Rights, Congress, Government, Legislation, Limited Federal Government, Local Activism, nullification, Politics, Senate, Sovereignty, State Sovereignty, States Rights, Vote, Voters | , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Nice post, thank you very much.

    Comment by web tasarım | May 19, 2010 | Reply

  2. [...] party win embarrasses GOP establishment In an earlier article (Fight the Good Fight) I commented on those that have “opted out” and reject participating in “the [...]

    Pingback by Tea party win embarrasses GOP establishment « The Ice Blog | May 26, 2010 | Reply


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