Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The War Is Not Over

Once again I step aside and allow Mark Alexander of Patriot Post to speak. Read well what he has written and then follow his advise.

PUBLISHER'S NOTE

Fellow Patriots,

Tuesday, 4 November 2008, is a date which will live in infamy. While most presidential elections are followed with calls for unity by both candidates, Barack Obama issued no such call in his speech last night, with the possible exception of his observation, "I may not have won your vote tonight, but ... I will be your president, too."

Of course, none was expected -- liberals have elected a Socialist with deep ties to cultural and ethnocentric radicalism, and his executive and legislative agenda poses a greater threat to American liberty than that of any president in the history of our great republic.

Obama has twice taken an oath to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic" and to "bear true faith and allegiance to the same." He has never honored that oath, and, based on his policy proposals and objectives, he has no intention to honor it after again reciting that oath on 20 January 2009. Obama seeks to, in his own words, "break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution."

For that reason, this morning, the symbol of our national heritage of liberty, the American flag atop the 35-foot mast at our editorial offices, was respectfully lowered, inverted, and raised to full mast as a sign of national distress. It will remain inverted until next Tuesday, when we right it in honor of Veterans Day.

Today, at least 55,805,197 Americans are concerned for the future of our nation's great tradition of liberty. Some 63,007,791 Americans have been lulled, under the aegis of "hope and change," into a state of what is best described as "cult worship" and all its attendant deception.

One of our editors, a Marine now working in the private sector, summed up our circumstances with this situation report. It aptly captured the sentiments around our office: "It's been tough, fellow Patriots; tough to stomach the idea that more than half of my fellow citizens who vote, have booted a genuine American hero to the curb for a rudderless charlatan. What a sad indictment on our citizenry that some are so eager to overlook his myriad flaws -- his radical roots, his extreme liberalism, his utter lack of experience or achievement. Barack Obama is the antithesis of King's dream: He's a man judged by the color of his skin rather than the content of his character. If it's God's will that Barack Obama is our next president, then so be it. We Patriots will pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and wade back to the war front, intent on liberty or death."

This battle is lost, but the war is not. Let's roll.

Mark Alexander,
Publisher

2 comments:

Mustang said...

No argument from my side of the aisle. I should like to note, however, that 21% of the American people elected Barack Obama, only 39% even bothered to vote. This is the perfect situation for the average politician. Why is this true? Because county political parties aren't doing much in the way of solidifying the voting base. Also, most people do not understand the issues, and politicians would rather confuse voters than enlighten them

Excellent post, Ticker.

Ticker said...

Mustang you are absolutely correct in that people do not understand the issues and never before has it been more evident than in this election. People vote on what they "feel" rather than what they "think", especially those on the left.
One would think that in this so called information age that there would be absolutely no excuse for not understanding the issues and for not knowing where the candidates stand on those issues, now and in the past. The records are there for all to see and the information is basically a click away but unfortunately people are too lazy to take the time to be informed.
I have done my best to present the stand of both sides on the issues by posting them on various occasions on my blog. Unfortunately I am only one very small blog with a limited readership and the message does not always travel very far. Even by sending those same post out in e-mails and hoping that they will be sent to a larger number of people I still fight a losing battle in my attempts to educate the uninformed.
Well, hopefully someone will do a better job next time. I will just keep trying in the mean time.