• Today is the day

    02 Nov 2010
    Today is the day we get a chance to vote for more government or less government.

    Today is the day those of us in America can begin to stop the bleeding we’ve been experiencing since January 20, 2009. Technically, for decades.

    Today is the day we’re empowered to remind the career politicians around our country that we the people are in charge. Not them.

    Today is the day we stop giving up little liberties to gain a little security…otherwise, as Benjamin Franklin said: we’ll “deserve neither and lose both”.

    We can’t stop today, though…Otherwise we’ll continue with the mess that power-hungry politicians (Democrats and Republicans) have left us with to this point. Like Margaret Mead said “It may be necessary temporarily to accept a lesser evil, but one must never label a necessary evil as good.” Remember that today and in 2012.

    Something has to change long term if we’re going to continue to thrive in America as intended by our Founding Fathers. As you go out and vote today, remember what George Orwell once said: “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.”