Voting Is Not Standing Up for the Republic

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This country’s founding principles were written by a moral and virtuous people. I doubt that the arguments used by Virginia in Brock’s article would be acceptable on Judgment Day. Although her points concerning a Hillary pResidency are valid, I would submit that our country is already lost based on those same points.

The real decision is whether we will still rely on other people for our future or whether we will stand up for ourselves. Sticking a fork in a dead pig will not bring it back to life.

If you like your country, you can have your country. Think about it. Our “government” treats our veterans as terrorists. Our government treats illegal aliens better than citizens. Our government has bankrupted the country (and I don’t mean a recoverable bankruptcy). Our government has implemented a two-tiered justice system. The list of abuses by domestic enemies is long enough.

Why is anyone discussing the Supreme Court nominations? The Supreme Court should be put back into its original box where it renders opinions, not legislation. Think about other ways to solve the issues that politicians have created other than “hoping” for a savior like Mr. Trump to stand up for you.

But here is my true point. I do like my country. I also know when to cut my losses. The only way to save the Republic is to rebuild it as Jefferson told us. The ballot box and jury box are no longer viable options.

David DeGerolamo

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    • David says:

      not at the ballot box.

      • LT says:

        In the face of a plainly corrupted electoral system, what’s the point in casting a ballot?

        It like urinating on a tree to try and stop a forest fire from spreading -- It is utterly ineffective, except that it gives you a momentary sense of relief.

        Our main problem isn’t so much the politicians, as it is the corrupt and untrustworty people who vote for them, time after time.

        Corrupt people are only successful in corrupt societies -- so what does that say about America?

        To me it says that at least 8 out of every 10 people are not my countrymen, but rather are the enemies of my Nation and the destroyers of my culture. They are not my neighbors; they are an alien society toward which I have sworn eternal enimity.

        The soap box, the ballot box, and the jury box are all corrupted by this alien society among which I am trapped. Those ‘boxes’ never serve my legitimate interests, for they have been commandeered and reconstituted to serve that alien community; which seeks to drown me, and all that I believe, in its systematic filth and ubiquitous though tawdry self-love.

        To what then am I left for recourse?
        I shall take up that legitimate instrument, which gives man the opportunity to persevere in defending his rights, even when all civil means are denied him.

        This is where we find ourselves, as I wrote nearly four years ago in my essay titled, “A Time To Kill”.


      • Jefferson Scott says:

        David I have read a couple of your responses. I could not agree more. Its too late for votes & talks. This turds been shit. We need to exercise to the fullest extent the Freedoms & Liberties entrusted to us by our Forefathers. No more talk. No more B.S. God be with us.

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