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It's Going To Be A Rocky Road

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  It Is Going To Be A Rocky Road
by Chuck Baldwin
September 22, 2009



 

 

Let's face it: most Americans live in a world of false security. This is somewhat understandable, given the fact that the majority of the U.S. population was born after 1945. Few remember the dangers and hardships of World War II; fewer still remember the Great Depression. Few Americans know what it's like to not have some sort of "supercenter" nearby with shelves stocked with every kind of food imaginable, twenty-four hours a day. Few know what life was like before there were restaurants of all sizes and types on virtually every street corner in America. And only a handful remembers when most roads were unpaved, or when sports were truly a pastime and not a megabuck obsession.

Modern living within the world's only "superpower" has created a giant unsuspecting, soft, lackadaisical, and lethargic society. We expect the government to keep our streets safe, our roads paved, our stores stocked, our jobs secure, and our enemies at bay. However, in the desire to make government the panacea for all our problems, we have sold not only our independence, but also our virtue.

Where the federal government was contracted (via the U.S. Constitution) to accept limited power for the overall good of both states and people, it has become a 

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Comments

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time*treatComment by time*treat - September 22, 2009, 8:09 pm
Read the full article. I think Baldwin is right on, here. Maybe that's why it was put out that people who support him are potential terr'izts.
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konaneComment by konane - September 22, 2009, 10:04 pm
Being tanked on purpose to send us into chaos, third world existence. Then along comes the 'Hero' to our rescue .... guarantees they can help restore order and a high standard of living. We're so grateful we'll settle for anything to have necessities that we go along like the good little sheeple we've been conditioned to be, and are folded into the North American Union without a whimper. The US is their final challenge because we are the most difficult.
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TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - September 23, 2009, 12:16 am
I like your thinking time*treat and konane. Thought it was worth posting just for the suggestions to prepare.

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