Wednesday, January 28, 2009
have come to an end.
As an American Patriot, and one who loves what you Gentlemen did for us 233 years ago, I want to thank you.
Unfortunately, Gentlemen, some of our countrymen thought it necessary to increase the scope and expansion of the government for their own selfish needs, and for that, I apologize to you most sincerely.
But Gentlemen, I would ask that you not disparage us all, but rather, pray for us Patriots still remaining who hold near and dear to our hearts your words of wisdom passed unto us from your mighty pen, and what you fought for.
I write this missive not in shame, but in sadness, Gentlemen, for it pains me to alert you to the opiate of government has come to fruition, that which you alarmed us of, which has befallen those who have sought happiness through it.
Although I must awaken your slumber to these awful events, I am reminded of those 'Americans' who during your times of travail declared themselves loyal to the Crown, thus attempting to usurp that which you did perfect. The loyalists were fair weather patriots as you so delightfully revealed, and those brethren who support this modern day monarchical privilege are one and the same, albeit two centuries plus thirty-three years removed.
Your revolution lasted from 1775 until 1783, our revolution, Gentlemen, may last longer, but prevail we must, no matter the cost, no matter the time frame, no matter the cost, for freedom is not free.