Posts Tagged ‘Rights’
First of all, I want to thank the readers that have found theyoungamerican and keep coming back. We had our first 100 hits day this week. That’s a small start but it is encouraging. As you know, theyoungamerican posts news articles and our commentary along with the occasional op ed. But that is not why the site exists. Theyoungamerican was created to give all youngamerican’s the opportunity to get involved in actually affecting who our representatives are, not only by voting in elections and occasionally giving money to campaigns, but in playing a role in who will be in the election and to stock the lower rungs of government throughout the country with likeminded politicians.
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Our first President, George Washington, would today be called a “neo-con.” Today’s liberal says, “Not everyone can handle freedom.” They said it about Russians, Eastern Europeans, and now the Iraqis. But as the Iraqis move further into freedom, each and every day, they prove the American and European liberal irrelevant.
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See for yourself. David Axelrod on Face the Nation. Basically the Obama administration’s position is that everyone who is not in line with George Soros is a fringe radical. Love the change.
Quick reminder, of nearly all (and by all I mean far more than 90%) of the terroristic and non-peaceful protests in this country since…forever, have either come from liberals (Weather Underground, etc.), non-politicals (John Hinckley Jr.), and Islamic terrorists. So please spare me the speech about how people protesting excessive, intrusive, productivity stifling government is one step away from anarchy.
Axelrod goes on to tell us that the tea bag anger at President Obama is misplaced. He says Obama just gave 95% of American’s a tax cut. This is asinine! This is a perfect reason why the Democratic Party HAS to maintain total control over the education system. People have to be completely stupid and uneducated to support them. The tea parties weren’t so much about excessive taxation right now, they were about government spending and impending tax increases in the future to cover the bill. Sorry, an extra $13 a pay period doesn’t make all of that go away.
I am beginning to realize, this is not the same country that it was a few months ago and has been all of my life. Liberals screamed about how they couldn’t criticize Bush without being called unpatriotic, even though Bush and his administration never leveled such claims. However, with our new President, peaceful and reasoned descent is cause for worry and to send out the minions to lie to and divide the American people.
If this is change, keep it. I’ll keep my freedom.
Don’t you just love when a politician or a strategist run one of the worst campaigns in recent history, and then come out and tell everyone else how to win in politics? The geneous political strategist, Steve Schmidt, who is the former top adviser to John McCain during his failed campaign is now telling the Replublicans how to win. (Read “Mccain Strategist Warns GOP Risks Religious Party“)
Mr. Schmidt tells us that the GOP is setting itself up as the “religious” party and if we do that, we become “sectarian” and a sectarian party cannot have a longterm future. Yeah, I like the prospects of the longterm future that the McCain campaign has laid the foundation for. Good work Mr. Schmidt.
In today’s PC world, I will go on to say that I have nothing against homosexuals, I simply don’t want to change thousands of years of human history and the basis of civilization because less than one percent of the total US population wants too. Anyone with a brain and a conscience (which is the real issue here) knows that the nuclear family (as uncool as it is these days) is the primary means of keeping the peace, keeping kids off of drugs and out of jail, and promoting civilized, productive society.
But hey, let’s just throw that all aside so that we do not appear to be “religious.”
Taxes baby. I think Thomas Jefferson would have attended as many tea parties as his horse and buggy would allow. In typical Jeffersonian manner, the following quote is eloquent and poignant. However, it is not easy to read in today’s vernacular. On the other hand, it is exactly dead on.
“To take from one, because it is thought his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare others, who, or whose fathers, have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate arbitrarily the first principle of association, the guarantee of everyone the free exercise of his industry and the fruits acquired by it.”
-Thomas Jefferson, letter to Joseph Milligan, April 6, 1816.
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Well, it’s tax day again.
And here in a country whose founding was spurred by an insurrection against taxation without representation we now have a “tax season” and a “tax day” that keep people living in fear of their own government. Mind you, that the people that American’s fear, in regard to their taxes, are the IRS, appointed bureaucrats, not elected representatives. Hear me now, we should pay taxes and the government has the right to tax for constitutionally appointed purposes. But now we not only have one of the highest personal and corporate tax rates in the world (not to mention sales tax, death tax, fees, property tax, etc. etc.) the government has the ability to spend money that is borrowed and the “bill” has to be paid down the road. There’s two ways to do that, raise taxes in the future or print more money, which means the U.S. dollar gets devalued and subsequently everything costs more. Talk about a tax on the poor! That means that milk prices, gas, wood, cement, cars, EVERYTHING, costs more to buy without wages keeping up with it. If you don’t understand this concept, stick around another year or so, you will. But I’m sure it will still be Bush’s fault.
On the flip side we have a brilliant columnist writing an article that says the American people are satisfied with the amount of taxes they currently pay. (Read “Sorry, Tea Party Movement, Polls Say Americans Don’t Mind Taxes”) Well, if they actually paid it out of their pocket and didn’t have it withheld, it would be a different story. They would actually see how much of their hard earned money was going to the government and maybe be a little more prone to ask, “How is this being spent exactly?” But let’s just assume that American’s really are happy with the amount of taxes they currently pay. That amount has to go up, again, either in higher taxes or through inflation. China will make us repay the loans they have given us. And since President Obama has taken office, we have racked up more national debt than from the time of George Washington to the day that President Obama was sworn into office. The bill must be paid.
The question isn’t just about, “What did I have to pay this year?” The question is, “What are the increased taxes I’m going to have to pay for the rest of my life?” And “What kind of tax burden are my children going to have?” We have to remember, every dollar the government wastes and then taxes us for is one more dollar that I cannot buy a new home with, pay for my children’s tuition with, go on vacation with, donate to my church or a charity, or do anything else with for that matter.
Excessive taxation equals the loss of personal liberty. The bill must be paid.
At its core, stating that one has the right to life ought to, in a civilized society, be pretty easily understood. It says, “Hey, put down that gun, you can’t kill him/her….”
Some will say, “Hey, we support the right to life, it’s simply a matter of when life begins.” Ok, show me the data that states the exact moment when life begins. We can’t find a solid scientific answer for this. So let’s just say, screw it, and err on the side of convenience and death….
Or, we could err on the other side. The 2nd-3rd Century Church Father Tertullian’s says;
“For us (Christians) murder is once for all forbidden; so even the child in the womb, while yet the mother’s blood is still being drawn on to form the human being, it is not lawful to destroy. To forbid birth is only quicker murder. It makes no difference whether one take away the life once born or destroy it as it comes to birth. He is a man, who is to be a man, the fruit is always present in the seed.” (1)
Any rationale mind that does not advocate anarchy and the arbitrary destruction of human life would have to see that at the very least; one is taking a large chance in ending an innocent life by conducting an abortion….
What I am saying is that for the most part, the two sides of the debate are focused on two very different objectives. The pro-life side with preserving life in accordance with our founding principles. The pro-abortion side is focused on rights. But whose rights? Well, it’s obviously not the rights of the unborn. It’s rights of the very, very, very born; people that are able to reproduce….
So what does this position of the pro-abortionist have in common with the defining statement of the founding of the United States?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Well, one would have to say, not a single, solitary thing….
There are two groups in America today as it relates to Life, the group that believes and follows the founding principles of our country and the group that does not. The pro-abortion group has already decided that ALL men are NOT created with the right to life. Who gets the right to life is for the reproductive masses to decide.
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