Archive for June, 2013

The Ft. Dix Six and the plan to blow up the Brooklyn Bridge were “made up plots” by the Bush administration. But now!!!, we have 50 foiled attempts that were stopped by the unconstitutional gathering of every American citizen’s phone and email records.

Listen to both the left and right pundits telling us how safe we are because of the NSA’s unconstitutional data collection. Look how safe you are.

This is exactly how other empire states have subjugated their people to an authoritarian state.

They have your phone numbers, your email/computer records, black boxes in your cars, your medical records online, they control the agriculture industry and cut deals with Big Pharma to get Obamacare passed.

They have all of your financial data through the IRS and your bank account will be able to be accessed by them under Obamacare.

They are striving to break the restrictions of the second amendment and disarm the citizens and will have 30,000 drones in the skies above us within the next year or so.

You shall be frisked prior to boarding a plane and you might very well have a national ID card or be a participant in e-verify under the new immigration reform bill.

The road to tyranny does not have to be a sudden, violent action. Hitler was voted into power in a free election. No, our liberties have been under assault from both the left and the right for decades.

The Patriot Act, NDAA, FISA, TSA, DHS………all passed legislation that stole your liberty with barely a whimper.



This is not a partisan issue and Ben Franklin’s quote about trading liberty for safety was not foolish. So called conservatives call Snowden a traitor and profess their trust in government. They are ok with this blanket collection of their data if it will keep them safe.

The problem is that it is against the constitution, PERIOD! If a constitutional conservative is ok with this then what is the difference when it comes to government mandated healthcare? It will keep you healthy after all. There is no argument for this. Partisan? No, it is about power. Snowden broke the law and I’m glad he did. I wish he would not have done it in China. There are other ways that he could have done this and maybe jury nullification will come into play here.

I stand by the constitution and this is a blatant violation. Those who are ok with this are not conservative because they seek to preserve nothing. They are willing to trade their liberty and it weakens their arguments against other unconstitutional acts. For is it only their acceptable trade offs that are ok?

The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government – lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.”

” ~ Patrick Henry