For the perfect moment,
This is not it,
But we are close.
Where am I going with this you ask, or maybe you dont, either way I will tell you.
I observe the Occupy movement, I wont call it a protest because it would seem they are only camping out with no real direction. They say they have goals, but camping out in the local park is not going to accomplish anything. Unless your goal is to break the law so the police will have to arrest you and then you could resist and then they can go upside your head with a can of mace or one of them D-cell maglites effectively making a martyr of yourself, then by all means continue on.
If on the other hand you want to make a real change then occupy the local or state level elected officials. They are the ones who are suppose to address a protests greivances. AND I QUOTE...
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
That being stated I can go either way, for or against. I have looked at the "Occupy" and the people I see there are not of my ilk. They are not my brothers and sisters. Yes, These people want change and it is their right to want and to try to achieve. But the change they want will only further destroy our great nation. They want many things and in return do not want to work for them. They want someone else to foot the bill. They want the government to pay for it all. They want life to be fair for everyone. They want the world on a silver platter. This is not a complete list but just an overview.
Seems a bit selfish to me. Maybe thats because I work for what I have. I earn the things I need and want. Food to feed my family, a roof over our heads, a truck to drive, health insurance, clothes to cover us, etc. etc.! I really did come from nothing, living in the ghetto, making a better life for myself felt like my only option. So that is what I did. I am still working to better myself and will do so until the day I die.
I was told when I was young that "No one is going to hand you anything and if you want it you have to make it happen". My mother and both my uncles told me that. If you think about it that is really the best advice to take to heart, that and "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you." Those two simple phrases mean so much when you think about it.
So here is where we are...
Dont get me wrong I want change in the government also but the change I want is the government to be ran like it was intended. Restore the Constitution of The United States of America!
Socializing to the point of communism is not the way. We are already headed down that path. It may already be too late. Then again it may not be. I do know I will continue to fight to keep my children free. I will fight so these "occupy" have the right to push their agenda. I will fight to stop them.I will fight!
If I die in the process, and I expect to if my liberties are lost, Tell my children I tried and to keep up the good fight!
By no means is this me accepting defeat either. For I am not alone. There are countless other Americans who are fighting by my side. There are many who have yet to join the fight. It will not be an easy battle. There is much at stake. Your children and theirs to come for instance.
I do ask this of you. Prepare yourself. Prepare for your children. Prepare with knowledge, prepare to survive, and prepare to fight!
The Sheepdogs are ready. SEMPER VIGILANS!