“BATTLES ARE WON AND BATTLES ARE LOST”
by John Porter, ©2018
(Mar. 24, 2018) — Since the beginning of recorded history, we have read about and learned of the struggle of man’s desire to be free, to live his life as he wishes (without harming others), to pursue his own happiness, free from government control of his life, free from others who think they know best about how he should live. I believe that struggle can properly be addressed as a war, a war between those people desiring to be free and the people who want to force them into the bondage of Socialism, a war between freedom and slavery, if you will. That war has raged from Cain killing Abel to the present day and it will never end. Why? Because there will always be men (or women) trying to bend others to their will, to place them in slavery for their own gain.
In a Socialist nation, the government leaders prosper while all others share in the misery. It will be taken from those who “can” and “do” and have earned much, and given to those who could but “won’t” and “don’t” and have earned little or nothing, resulting in all having little or nothing, a sharing of the misery. The natural human incentive to be competitively ambitious and prosper will die in all people. That is precisely why people like Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi promote “redistribution of wealth,” which effects the destruction of the people’s spirit with all sharing the misery; thus the Socialist leaders remain fat and in power.
Most wars — the American Revolution, the American Civil War, World War I, World War II, and others — are tragic examples of men willing to die by the hundreds of thousands to remain free from those who would make them slaves. As was true in these wars, and in all wars, battles are won and battles are lost.
The congressional fight over the government-run health care bill we have come to know as “Obamacare” serves as a good example of a battle in which the forces of individual freedom lost to the forces of Socialist slavery. We must keep in mind that this is a war and battles are won and lost. This is not the end. There will be many more battles and they will not be easy to win but we must continue the fight. I believe Obamacare can still, and must, be repealed in it’s entirety, just as many of his Socialistic Executive Orders are being overturned by President Trump. But in order to win these constant and continuing battles we must erase Barack Obama’s Socialistic impact and atmosphere and influence in our Congress as we have in our White House, and it must be done this year come November to keep it out of the Democrat leadership of Pelosi and Schumer and elect as many Conservative Constitutional people to Congress as humanly possible. If we fail to do this and they take power, they will stop President Trump in his efforts to turn the country back to the people and away from government control of our lives. WE MUST NOT LET THIS HAPPEN!!
As I just said, this will not be easy, but it can be done. Do not lose hope. We must not lose faith in ourselves. I believe the Socialist Progressive Democrats have lost the high ground in the battle for the hearts of the American people. I believe the American people are now understanding their intentions have been, and still are, to Socialize this country and make us slaves to a Socialist government.
Let us not allow them to retake the high ground in this war. If we must die, let us stand tall and die on our feet fighting, and not on our knees in subjugation to a Socialist government. Send people to Washington from your state and congressional district who will help President Trump in his efforts to give us our country back and keep us a safe and independent people.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.