Wednesday, November 5, 2008

A Dark Day

I didn’t sleep very well last night. I may not sleep well for the next four years. I couldn’t shake the stress and worry as I tossed and turned all night. In one dream that I remember, I went to the ATM to get money. Instead of the usual screen, there was just Barack Obama’s face laughing it me. Hilarious that I would want to access my own money.

Today I will start looking for a contractor to build a false wall somewhere in my house. I want a stash of food and money that the government can’t find. I’m contemplating buying a gun to hide in there. Don’t take the right to bear arms for granted. The Constitution means nothing now.

How about the freedom of speech? That one won’t hang around long.

But the liberals love their freedom of speech, right?

Only when you’re speaking the right things. One of the first things on the agenda is to get rid of talk radio. Talk radio is the only place that conservatives can get news that isn’t filtered by people like Keith Olbermann. The television news, magazines and newspapers are overwhelmingly liberal.

But the Democrats insist that talk radio isn’t fair because it’s too conservative. The Fairness Doctrine would mean that radio broadcasts have to be split fairly between conservative and liberal views. Liberal talk radio has been tried, and nobody listens. Why would they? If you want liberal news, you can turn on any channel. The First Amendment means now means nothing. The Democrats have been chomping at the bit for this, and now they will get their chance.

Even more scary is Obama’s 250,000 person “civilian force” that's going to be just as strong, just as powerful and just as well funded as the U.S. military. No, I am not making this up. This is really his plan.

Let’s go back in history to when Wilson was president. The Sedition Act was passed. This imposed prison terms of up to 20 years and fines of up to $10,000 for "all forms of expression in any way critical of the government.” The Justice Department turned over the enforcement of that act to the citizen "loyalty leagues". Sounds kind of like a “civilian force” to me.

There was a huge media campaign where people were asked to anonymously turn in anyone critical of the administration to the Justice Department. By January 1920, they had organized the largest mass arrests in U.S. history, rounding up at least 10,000 individuals.

Obama plans to cut the funding of the military in half to fund his little civilian force. I feel safe, don’t you? I can just see a bunch of people running around wearing a red armband with a big “O” on it.

My biggest concern is that since so much of the military funding will go to the Obama Loyalty League, our country will not be protected. We have been so blessed with safety since the September 11 attacks.

I think a lot of people take that for granted.

I will be praying everyday that when the next attacks occur, and they will, that the target will not be the headquarters of the world’s largest retailer.

I plan to keep this blog going as long as I can…until the people with the armbands come for me.

3 comments:

Leslie said...

Holy Crap! Do you think I should post my comments anonymously? AH! I would hate to be linked with someone who opposes a great man like Obama. Seriously... I really love your blog and am glad to have found it...even if it was a day late!

Leiann said...

Wow is all that I can say. James and I watched as he gave his speech last night and I was numb. It really scares me what is going to come, but I'm praying that it won't be as bad as we are thinking. I remember when he spoke at the Democratic convention when Kerry was running and James and I both commented on how eloquent he was when speaking and that he would probably run for president. I wish that we had been wrong. On a good note I think I heard that proposition 8 passed in California. I got an e-mail from a friend who said they were picketing outside the Temple. How awful!!

Sylvia {+ Mark} said...

I'm a friend of Brigette Little's {I found you through her blog} and I couldn't agree with you more. I've had nightmares {during the night} about writing to senators, representatives, and even "O" himself and being imprisoned for expressing my democratic right to speak out against what is happening.

He is full steam ahead with the socialist agenda and I fear that all these "progressives" and left-over hippies who elected him and have corrupted the up and coming youth will just cheer him all the way until we reach total and utter bondage...think Mosiah 21 and the Zoramites in Alma and Moroni and the Title of Liberty.

Prop 8 taught us that we are barely ahead in the game right now and we will have to work hard to stand for truth and righteousness...and we will see our share of persecution for it.

Thanks for blogging...let's "hope" they don't "change" that!