Do you live in America? Really think about this question. Do you live in America? I don’t think that we do. We live in a place that calls itself the U.S. of America, but this is not America.
The real America is not a place. You can’t walk on her soil. America is an Ideal. When people really fought for America, they fought for the idea of america.
The colonies got tired of monarchist rule. So many people came up with the declaration of independence and we had a revolt. So the colonies were made up of people that didn’t like the British rule and performed a big act of treason against the King.
We were a country of treasonous “scoundrels” and had decided to go to war. Why? Because we “of Right, ought to be Free and Independent”. We waged war because we deserved freedom and independence. It is extremely important to understand how against government these people were. They endured alot at the hands of the British for freedom.
When the Constitution was written, it was written for two main purposes: To define the freedom of people, and to limit government. Every single line in the constitution is generally to define freedom and limit government. And when there is a question who has the power in the constitution, it almost always chose the state over the country, and the individual person over the state.
The idea of America is one where it is a country run by people, of the people, and FOR the PEOPLE. It was never intended for mafia families to own and fight over the power of the country. This america is not the real America, this America is sick, fat, lazy, weak, and afraid. The idea of America is one where people are give EVERY right up until the point it infringes upon someone elses rights. We were promised Life, LIBERTY, and the persuit of happiness.
Note it didn’t say a right to healthcare. It didn’t say a right to handouts attempting to make everyone equal. It did not say a right to happiness. We are promised to life. Check. We are promised Liberty, long gone. We are promised the persuit of happiness. We can still persue happiness, but some of this has been removed within social programming and handouts.
I don’t want to go into detail about programs today. I wish I could say that I miss the real America, but I never saw the real America, the ideal America. It has been long gone before anyone alive could see it. But I KNOW it. It is innate knowledge to most of us what it is.
Even though I have never seen her, I miss her. I miss America; I miss freedom. Do you?
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