Generations of Americans

We used to say that it could not happen here. It has already happened. The only question is how much further are the majority of the people going to let it go before we awaken and do something about it. Are we and the so many others like us going to let it go by default all the way with the accompanying destruction of everything generations of Americans have fought and died to preserve? It is indeed a sad commentary on the political economy of this nation that far too many of our representatives in federal public office from both major parties are today more interested in what they can get and keep than in what they can do to save this country from complete ruin. We now have government by a small, tightly entrenched clique. We and our friends and their friends must do one thing, we must carry this fight to all the people; must show them that the price tag attached to the so-called security of life philosophy that is being sold to them is terribly high — so high in fact that it is not measurable. Because to measure we must put monetary values and power as the motivating forces of man’s existence rather than the values all religions place upon a life devoted to the love of God, the love of country, and the love of neighbor. These involve the giving of oneself and the not taking from others through political spoils. If we do not soon return to the beliefs of our forefathers as to their fundamental duties to others and to themselves, we shall find freedom of individual thought replaced by predigested thinking by the state; freedom of action set aside for servitude to the state and obeisance to a central power composed of men superseding our belief in and duty of our God.