I hear the spirit of compromise is useful tool. But considering the conditions under which our Constitution was drawn up is a profile not only in brilliance of or founders but also of courage for each of the authors were sought after men and lost all that they had. The term Compromise today is a contaminated word. There is nothing proper about conscessions regarding a document that is so clearly written by or Founding Fathers. And we did not lose the election - the 2012 election was stolen and the same morons who support an illegal government refuse to say anything about the ill-gotten office of this illegal Obscumbo. This guy is pure evil - I have never sen anything so vile as he and this administration. Agree with me or disagree with me I dont care.
One more thing, I note that Ladybird is leaving too. Ladybird wondered if my father, who was one of General Pershing's 100 heros in WWI and won the Distinguished Service Cross, was a wild drunk or perhaps died young. My father lived to 94. Oh, and Mr. Watson informed me that I'm an old man with only a few years to live, not to mention the Dean of this great movement, the Colonel, who informed me that I'm arrogant and egotistical. I don't buy his Jesus. That's the big problem here--the reason for all the remarks. I have my own idea of Jesus. Is it any wonder that the Tea Party lost the election, why the liberal media calls you racist and every other derogatory name they can think.
Right or wrong, the Tea Party lost the presidential election, and probably America as we've known her. Right or wrong, America is going bankrupt morally, spiritually, and fiscally.
Can we agree that we've wandered far away from the Constitution our Founding Fathers gave us?
Can we agree that the American people are more concerned with "my rights" than living by the Golden Rule?
Can we agree it is self-evident we have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? Thomas Jefferson wrote this in the Declaration of Independence.
Jefferson was not a Christian. I'm holding in my hand The Jefferson Bible: The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth. Jefferson extracted textually from the Gospels all that eliminated the supernatural God Christians worship. I don't read Jefferson's Bible. I read the King James version. I don't read what the Christians here read, who have the gall to judge me.
I don't belong here. I fought for the ideals laid out in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. I was spared in World War II. It was a miracle. I've been miraculously spared more than once, I feel deeply for a purpose. The spokesmen for this Tea Party have their ideas, which they are quick to tell me are not their ideas.
I know in my heart that I've been spared for a purpose, to spread the Word of Jesus, my savior and redeemer. Christians don't own Jesus. Thanks for listening. Now I'll be moving on.