AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
There's only one thing worse than grief and that's discouragement. I've been dismayed to see my fellow MAGA patriots slipping into discouragement this week courtesy of the Devil's own Mainstream Media.
Hey, you! Snap out of it! There are more "checks and balances" on the Electoral College Vote than you can shake a stick at so take heart! (Scroll down to Section 3 to read the encouraging details!!!)
We're Americans, dammit. Even better than that, we're Christians and God did not gives us a spirit of fear, but of Power! Of Love! And of a Sound Mind! (2 Timothy 1:7)
We are the people of John Paul Jones' famous quote: "I have not yet begun to fight."
We are the people of General McAuliffe who responded "NUTS" to a Nazi surrender demand.
We are the people of Valley Forge who left bloody footprints in the snow.
We Americans "can beat the world at anything from war to tiddlywinks." (Meet John Doe)
Compared to all the adversity we've faced since the 1700s and all we've overcome, the pathetic blatant, in-your-face, well documented ballot box Benedict Arnolds are well within our perview to conquer as well.
C'mon man! Buck up, me buckos! President Trump is still feeding rope to the traitors who are still counting phony ballots. He's still building his arsenal of ammunition for winning this election legally and fairly. His legal team has an embarrassment of riches in their quiver. And the Senate is Republican.
President Trump wouldn't have done fourteen (14!!!) rallies in three days at the age of seventy-four if he hadn't spent the last four years quietly shoring up the election process for just this moment! He kept us in the dark because he never shows his hand. Yes it hurt, but surely we can bear these labor pains necessary for our Glorious Republic to drain the election process swamp.
President Trump has not yet begun to fight and neither have we.
As it turns out, even after casting our ballots there's something we can do to protect the accuracy of the Electoral College. There are a lot of steps, a lot of "checks and balances," a lot of flexibility to protect the integrity of the Electoral College Vote from fraud with precedents already in place! Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL) explained it to Breibart on Thursday while I was researching another angle, but we concur.
So read on, Patriots! Onward Christian Soldiers!
Jimmy Stewart: Look! There it is!
Eugene Pallette: What? Who?
Jimmy Stewart: The Capitol Dome!
That three second scene from Frank Capra's movie, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, encapsulates the way you and I feel about America. I guess we learned our patriotism at Mr. Smith's knee.
Now, some people go through life "all wised up" as Jean Arthur says in the movie. Cynical. Gritty. They're the ones who growl, "America was never great" and are keen to destroy the glow of glory surrounding our national heroes by telling us how bad they really were. What a sad way of living!
I'm not made that way and neither are you. When it comes to America, we're pure idealists because America is herself an Ideal.
Like Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, I believe the word "America" should always glow in our minds, always bring a lump to the throat, always conjure an image of a shining city on a hill.
Generations come, generations go. America the Ideal always remains. Always striving, sometimes misstepping, correcting her course, always progressing. Sometimes glowing bright, sometimes dimmer. But always inching closer and closer to that Ideal dreamt by our Founding Fathers and encapsulated in our beloved Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.
As Jimmy Stewart said...
Boys forget what their country means
by just reading "the land of the free" in history books.
Then they get to be men--
they forget even more.
Liberty is too precious a thing
to be buried in books....
Men should hold it up in front of them--
every day of their lives and say:
"I'm free--to think--to speak.
My ancestors couldn't.
And my children will."
The boys outta grow up remembering that.
Every Election Year reminds us to "hold it up in front of" us and marvel that we are "free--to think and to speak. My ancestors couldn't. I can."
"Trust your gut."
How many times have you heard those words?
But for victims of Narcissistic Abuse, it's well nigh impossible...impossible!
The very essence of Narcissistic Abuse is, "Don't trust your gut...nor your eyes, ears, emotions, intuition. Pay no attention to that man behind the the curtain. Trust only in me, your own darling narcissist. I own your reality. Fact is what I tell you it is. Not what you observe and feel, Pumpkin."
Or to quote my father's favorite saying, "Wrong again, Buckwheat."
I was "Buckwheat" and I was wrong. Again.
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