When our government can raid a company because it does not pay homage to the almighty Obama and his party, and gives a similar company a pass because it pays money to the appropriate political machine, our country has digressed more than 250 years.
Did we not fight off tyranny from the crown? The tyranny of slavery, WWI and WWII, and Communism? Have all the men women and children that died for freedom die in vain?
Is not the very nature of tyranny contrary to all of what America stands for? Is it not treasonous for those within our government to impose tyrannical policies upon us? For those who assert that America is bad then suggests that freedom and liberty is wrong and therefore tyranny is right.
Is not the intellectual elite thinking they are better than their fellow Americans, in and of itself, bigotry? Is not bigotry a main tentacle of tyranny? Is not the political machine that advocates a ruling class over the common man similar to the crown of 250 years ago, and those who oppressed others during WWI and WWII and Communism?
Has America forgotten its recent history of what can happen to a country when loyalty to a political party is more important than your fellow man. Did we not fight a global war against the Nazis who subscribed to that ideology?
As an American, you have to ask yourself if tyranny, in any form, is a way of life you would prefer to embrace or reject. If you choose to embrace tyranny, your only hope for a good life is to be a part of the ruling class and be comfortable with having others subservient to your way of thinking.
On the other hand, if you reject tyranny and embrace freedom and liberty, you must reject tyrannical ideology that imposes someone’s will upon others. You must be a part of the solution and fight tyranny in all of its forms. To set idly by and allow our government to persecute fellow Americans solely because they do not endorse a political party is no different than Nazi Germany.
Be careful of what you ask for because you just might get it. It’s up to you to choose! Choose wisely.