Country Living Series

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Liberty fatigue

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled Liberty Fatigue.

6 comments:

  1. Great article. I am surprised they did not promote that one to the front page.

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  2. Wow, Patrice, I just finished your column and it certainly struck a nerve. There were many interesting comments!
    My representative and senators listen and are in strict sympathy with my position. I know this is the exception, so count me as one of the few who are lucky. However, DC is hopeless.

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  3. Can our Founders' Republic be saved? That horse left the barn years ago. It took the globalists 100 years but they patiently transformed our Republic into something Satan is proud of.

    Today we could start every sentence with, 'Short of divine intervention....". Until that happens we intend to use the many blessings He has bestowed upon us to protect our love ones and perhaps mold what arises from the ashes of this once-great nation.
    Montana Guy.

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  4. Unfortunately, even in the liberty movement, the corridors of power overwhelmingly attract narcissists--insecure individuals with a pathological need for their imagined "greatness" to be reflected back to them by "the little people". All of this has nothing to do with quality of ideas or ability to effectively execute.

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  5. She hung up on you???!!!

    (Cheap name-calling alert)...The Coward! I despise cowards.

    Especially hangy-uppy cowards.

    Just Me

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  6. This article makes me think of a church I used to attend- lovely, dedicated Christian people, but due to our demographics, we had no retirees, no SAHM's, and no teenagers. Every member was employed full-time, some with multiple jobs. It was a nightmare trying to get anything done because nobody was available during the day, and everyone was exhausted at night and on Saturday. Same thing with politics. Citizens struggling at subsistence level (or that have been seduced into debt and consumerism) have no margin of time and energy to invest in the world around them.

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