With all the current government scandals, it appears that many government workers believe they can take away our individual freedoms by delaying and denying them. The nation seems to be quickly becoming a tyranny rather than a republic that secures our freedoms. What do you intend to do about that?
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you seem to speak for yourself and many others who believe that this is just a late-inning play. However, the true patriots have been seriously opposing these types of corruption for more than 30 years. When did you join?
I've been politically active since i was a teen protesting the first Iraq war where my friends were sent to die for no reason. Thanks for asking. virtually no support, but now the inflated outrage about Benghazi - hypocrites at best.
I am truly sorry that you feel that way about Benghazi. If we are to be truly patriotic citizens then we must all scandals such as Benghazi as illegal and unjust. We cannot let one slip by because the past provided suc a course for another.
I never said let it go, I said let's be consistent. Bush is a war criminal where is the uproar to have him tried? .... I'm waiting. Everything is a witch hunt for Obama and nothing about the other evils. Conservatives = hypocrites.
the basic opposition to the current activities involves everyone who is a patriot regardless of personal political position. Any deterrence to that unity should be considered un-American. Only fix to current problems is to replace current leaders.
Thanks for your great comments. We must work hard to restore the nation to a government by the people.
"the war of northern aggression" seriously? What is it you are not free to do in this country today? We've got a lot more freedoms than a lot of other places I know that much. Some never appreciate what they have.
Thanks for your comment. The government has definitely been progressively eroding our freedoms. The tyrants of society do this because they believe the citizens cannot manage themselves. They are wrong of course but will never admit it.