Out of fairness, accuracy, truth and honor, do the following sets of comments, represent our respective positions?
On Jul 30, 2014, at 11:36 PM, Lynn & Judy DeSpain <email@example.com> wrote:
“Thank you for your honesty,”
On Jul 30, 2014, at 5:27 PM, Arnie wrote:
Your comments speak for themselves.
On Jul 30, 2014, at 11:35 PM, Lynn & Judy DeSpain <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
“If it were not the People and the States, who were endowed Sovereign, to rule over our Federal Government, and that self same government has taken that rule away from the people, without any effort to stop it, aside from our Civil War, then just who is at fault?”
“As for being loyal, my loyalty lies only to our Declaration of Independence, Our Constitution, and our Bill of Rights, (our First Ten Amendments).”
“This loyalty requires no emotion, no entitlement, no government subsidies, nothing that is not within the boundaries set forth in those documents.”
“Only when, We, the People, take that responsibility on to ourselves, the risks, the retribution, and the courage to go on win the face of fear, will this Great Republic of ours every rise from the sinking sewer of Politics in which it has sunk.”
“Only when the People stop allowing themselves to believe that their Duty to this Nation is complete once their vote is done, will the Ideal of our Founding Fathers become a reality rather than an ideal.”
“Only when we, as Sovereign Citizens, within our Sovereign Stats, stop placing blame, and start accepting responsibility can we hope to achieve Freedom.”
On Jul 30, 2014, at 9:07 PM, Arnie wrote:
Certainly your comments deserve a fair hearing. Although it is the view of the American people that really counts.
So let us see if anyone wishes to add their perspective.
Thank you for raising this issue so that Americans can decide for themselves whether it is as you contend…all of our fault…
Or as many much more advanced people, capable of thinking for themselves, than just me, have contributed and contend, let us see what the people think Lynn.
While you gave me a lot of credit for being something you seem to believe, the people can look at the fruit of my efforts and make their own judgment.
After all Lynn, the manner in which you decided to conduct yourself, leaves a question as to whom you are loyal.