A Simple Obligation

As a politically independent moderate and a strong advocate of a republican form of government, self-reliance, and adherence to the basic philosophy of the founding fathers and the founding documents, I expect all other others to respect my position in the same manner as I will respect theirs. This expectation includes our elected officials who have forgotten exactly to whom they “should” answer.

The people of this state do not yield their sovereignty to the agencies which serve them.

However, I hasten to clarify that at this stage of the “current” Socialistic evolution, based on recent actions by the “ruling party” I would now describe my political position as right of Attila the Hun.

So consider this as fair notice!

I am also simple-minded enough to expect people to do what they say they will do; when they say they will do it.  Out of respect for all other inhabitants with whom we share this space ship traveling through time, I also realize I may be only one of a very few people on the globe that chooses to live by this credo.  That is OK with me; we all must stand responsible for our own decisions and the manner in which we conduct ourselves.

At age 68, I came to the realization that most of my adult life I was living a life I thought I was supposed to live. It was then I became acutely aware that I only knew what I thought I knew.

Thanks to many others through whom I have extensively explored this concept, I am now very confident I really know very little. Having passed the age marker of 78, I am comforted by the fact that I now know that no one else knows anything either. They just think they do. (grin)

Before I pass on, which with every passing day I am reminded is an event no one escapes, I wish to return a favor bestowed upon me by many dedicated and respected Americans I never had the honor of knowing and never had the opportunity to thank personally. Never-the-less, I feel compelled to carry on what I consider to be a very admirable and noble tradition these individuals created. I wish to pay my self‐imposed debt of gratitude to those who afforded me the luxury of freedom.

I intend to do my part to ensure those who come after will be also afforded the same. I make no apologies for my actions towards anyone who would seek to impede or inhibit my achieving this basic obligation of maintaining our republic form of democracy. Have no fear; I will prevail in this matter!

Now lead, follow or get out of the way!

Oh yes……..

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About arnierosner

As an American I advocate a republic form of government, self-reliance, and adherence to the basic philosophy of the founding fathers and the founding documents, I ONLY respect those who respect and "HONOR" their honor. No exceptions!
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5 Responses to A Simple Obligation

  1. Brenna says:

    Very nice. Well put. And, agreed!!

    Bless you, Arnie!

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  3. Suzanne Short says:

    Yes, Arnie you have taken actions and your energy with the dynamics of Attila the Hun.
    Thanks, Arnie.

  4. Bradford E. Henschel, JD (Related to WWII General Omar Bradley by IRISH Grandmother and he were first counsins) says:

    Arnie – I tried to give you permission to add me to your blog, and you do have it, but each time at either arnie@yahoo.com or to arnie@arnierosner.com the emails came back as not deliverable. Since I am also on yahoo I find that very odd indeed.
    Arnie – Please do add me to your blog. Thanks for the compliment, but I’m j=
    ust a guy trying to get through life getting some answers and maybe learnin=
    g something I can take with me in the next life. – Brad

    PS your email came back as undeliverable.

  5. arnierosner says:

    Hi Brad,
    Give it a shot now…

    I never had an account with Yahoo. The other account, arnie@arnierosner.com seems to be good.

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