Remember When?

Remember when defending freedom, liberty, and America with heart, mind, voice, and, if needs be, blood was considered a good thing? Are you old enough that the schools still taught that America was based upon the ideas of personal liberty and personal responsibility and that it was each of our duties to defend those principles?

That Liberty Shall Not Perish From The Earth
That Liberty Shall Not Perish From The Earth

Those days are over, dead and gone, sunk into the long night because we Americans didn’t have the will to face what we had allowed to happen. Now we Americans are called an angry, racist mob. That is how the Liberals brand us for dissenting from President Obama’s agenda for “rebuilding America.”

But the words of Obama and his Liberals are, while strident and derisive, lacking in truth or meaning. Those words, the mouthings of small men bent on bringing all down to their level, lack the resonance of simply delivered truths.

Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.

— President Ronald Reagan

So, my fellow Americans, we must remember the warning from President Reagan and hardened hearts and toughen our skins against the cries and insults of the Liberals. Do not trouble yourselves to listen to their screeds save to take pride in the fear you have struck within their black hearts.

We face what is truly an existential threat to America; the misborn mongrel rape-child of a nation that our enemies wish to spawn will not be America – though we will be able to recognize it as yet another shadow of the failed states we previously defeated.

In this war for our children and our children’s children’s future freedom words are the weapons that will carry the day – and may we all hope and pray to our Gods that it will stay that way, even as we, perforce, ready ourselves for the sad chance that it won’t. Wield them well and truly and steady yourself yourselves to shrug off the words of our enemies so that Liberty shall not perish from the Earth.

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12 Responses to “Remember When?”

  1. Phil Says:

    hmm… misborn mongrel rape-child, eh? so that’s where you’re really at.

  2. ichabod Says:

    Hi jonolan;

    Freedom is disappearing. A Freedom to live in peace, as free men, with the security of knowing that the enemy, whomever, whatever may be, will not take that which he has worked for and loves, his family.

    A strong and fine post my friend. The only aspect I may point out is that there are liberal and conservative minded folk who love freedom. This is not a “party” thing as much as it is something else. It’s a mind set of believing that we are not responsible as individuals. Let Big Brother take over and raise our children, dictate how we should live and behave, and tell us how and what to pursue in respect to “Happiness”.

    In comparison to many Third World Countries, America is still free, but you and I see that deteriorating. We have lived in another age when Freedom was ours.

    They know it not today.

  3. Cathy Says:

    I was born and raised in an era where we were taught morality, respect and love for our elders, responsibility for our words and actions, responsibility for the love, care, education, and financial support of our children and families and the idea that you take part in elections by voting and call your elected officials to task about their decisions by writing letters and participating in what was happening in your community, county, state and nation.

    It is time to stop this pointing fingers and blaming….it is the Republicans or it is the Democrats. It is time to stop the stupidity of politics and get down to work before America implodes upon itsself. If we can’t get away from the finger pointing to get to a point where we solve our problems as people instead of political parties then we need to do away with both parties.

    It is time for Americans to take responsibility for their lives and their decisions. We are paying the people we elect. They work for us, we do not work for them. It is time we start acting like their employers and insist they do the job they are being paid so handsomely for by the American taxpayer.

    Have you written any letters to your senators or congressmen/women or the President lately?

  4. ichabod Says:

    Hi Cathy;

    This statement you made I agree with 100% “We are paying the people we elect. They work for us, we do not work for them. It is time we start acting like their employers and insist they do the job they are being paid so handsomely for by the American taxpayer.”

    In democracies today, this aspect is so often forgotten, by the employer and employee.

  5. jonolan Says:


    For the sake of the small-minded, the race-baiting Liberals and/or their minority tenants, and the just plain stupid, let me elaborate on the subject of the society these Liberals want to replace America with:

    We face what is truly an existential threat to America; the misborn mongrel rape-child of a nation that our enemies wish to spawn will not be America

    Since this new nation is not one – in my and every other American’s opinion – that should be birthed and would be an abomination, it would certainly be “misborn.”

    Since, despite the fears and hyperbole of many on the Right, this new nation and culture would not be fully Socialist, Statist, Fascist, or Communist, but rather an amalgam of those systems with a Democratic and very strongly regulated and controlled Capitalist overlay on it, it would most certainly be “mongrel.”

    Since the Liberals fully plan to force this upon America through whatever forms of coercion are available to them, the birth of this new nation would be the result of societal rape, hence a “rape-child.”

    Phil, you may be intellectually and emotional unable to see language in other than racial terms, but others are not so limited in the intelligence and education. You’re attempts to stifle language – and thought – by applying unwarranted meaning to words is pathetic and evil and has – or should have – no place within America.

  6. jonolan Says:

    Cathy and ichabod,

    This is not a war between political parties; it is a war between ideologies. The Liberals a not a political party; they’re a composite of Leftists that belong to – and may or may not be representative of – multiple parties: Democrat, Green, Progressive, etc… Likewise the Conservatives are not political party, but a composite spanning, but not necessarily controlling or representing, multiple parties.

    One group, the Liberals, believes in the “nanny state” and wants the government to keep them safe, warm, and cared-for without regard to their own merits or ability. That’s an ideal that is the antithesis of America.

    So it’s not finger pointing; it’s identifying the enemy so that they can be defeated. Some compromises can’t be made and certain enemies should not be worked with, no matter how important the goal.

    Look what working with Stalin and the USSR to defeat Hitler and Nazis bought us, or working with Saddam Hussein against the Iran…

  7. zhann Says:

    While I admit that during the Bush era, much hate was spewed in his direction for Iraq, degrading civil liberties, and a number of other things. However, maybe it is my poor memory, but I have never heard such hate spewed towards Bush like I now here towards Obama. You all preach that it is time to work out a solution to fix our nation, yet fail to realize that you are causing the biggest problem of them all. Rather than point out every little fallacy that you feel is wrong, it would be far more beneficial to guide people to a more correct path.

    For example, this birther movement is complete garbage, any way you look at it. Even if Obama was born elsewhere, which I don’t believe, it is such a waste of time to bring it up. Those who put him in power would have known that he was born elsewhere, right? … so they would have worked out a solution for this as well.

    As for all the hate, it does nothing but divide the nation. I am not an old man, as of yet, but I don’t remember America being so divided … ever. While there has always been bad opinions of the president, the shear hate being spewed now is just ridiculous. This hate is only being spewed from one side, and is so full of lies at times it is scary.

    Again, rather than being part of the problem, it is time that we work as a nation. Obama has just started, so he has over 3 years left. If the next 3 years are going to be like this, the USA will further fall while countries such as China will be laughing all the way to the bank.

    By the way, general aside … why isn’t anyone speaking about the fact that China will soon be the next Superpower? I think that this is important, and something that people should be prepared for … rather than concentrating on,

    the misborn mongrel rape-child of a nation

    Come on … that is just hate speech any way you cut it.

  8. jonolan Says:


    The hate is felt and is being spread by both sides. The Liberals, with the overt support of Obama’s administration and the likes of Pelosi, have spewed, with the eager help of most of the MSM, a great deal of hate and derision upon the American people in order to galvanize their Liberal base.


    Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions.

    Saul Alinski
    Rules For Radicals: Rule #5

    The difference is that the Liberals spread hate against whole classes of Americans, whereas the enemies spread hate against the regime in power.

    As for guiding people to the right path – that is an idea based upon the idea that the Liberals are ignorant and need to be shown or taught the right way. That is a dangerously naive – IMHO – belief.

    Those Liberals aren’t ignorant; they know what they’re doing. They cannot be taught because it’s not a matter of education and can seldom, if ever, be converted.

    As for “hate speech” – You better believe it and so had they! It’s just not the pathetic racial hatred that Phil suggested in his poor attempt to marginalize the article.

  9. zhann Says:

    I can’t say that I agree with you. While I am more liberal than conservative, I am not seeing near the hate on the liberal side as on the conservative side. Where do you see comparable hate on the liberal side? I know that they are currently the victors, but that doesn’t change the fact that even while Bush was in office you still didn’t see such animosity.

    One thing is for sure, liberals tend to talk down on conservatives. One paraphrased line by Bill Maher sums it up nicely:

    I’m not saying that all conservatives are rednecks, but show me a redneck and they will most likely be a conservative.

    Regardless of how you feel about that statement, it is hard to argue. This is the type of rhetoric I hear often from the side of liberals, which is far from the hate being preached on the other end of the spectrum.

    As for misinformation … honestly, can you come up with anything that compares to the conservative “Death Panels” that Palin so recently re-iterated. That isn’t just flat out lying, but it is fear mongering. The problem is that enough of the population will believe it and cite it as fact later … something all too well known to conservatives, and a tactic used for decades.

    No doubt that both sides have their degree of lying, my point is that Democrats pale in comparison to the scale of the Republicans. Your quote by Alinski is perfect, that is exactly the tactic used by Republicans for several decades now.

  10. jonolan Says:


    Sorry for the delayed response; I got ran over by life and dealing the “popularity” of the Complete Lives System article.

    So…Liberal hate examples – How about all the images depicting Bush as Hitler, Osama Bin Laden, a Demon, etc…? How about the fact that you used to be able to buy “Kill George” t-shirts with pictures of Pres. Bush being hung or burned? How about the fact that Liberals regularly hung or burn Pres. Bush in effigy? How about the Al Gore sponsored campaign in 2004 where his operatives flooded rallies carrying Nazi-esque pictures of Pres. Bush and swastikas and were then disruptive?


    How about the treatment of Gov. Palin and her family by the Liberals that continues to this day? How about the depiction of McCain as a Klansman chasing Obama with an axe?


    How about the man associated with Code Pink who bombed a recruiting center in NYC? How about the fact that the only real violence during these Town Halls has been committed by the SEIU operatives attending them?

  11. zhann Says:

    Interesting … well, in all honesty, I have never seen nor heard of the Kill George t-shirts. As for the burning effigies, I have only seen foreign nationals do it, not Americans. I am not saying that either of these are untrue, I am simply unaware of it. However, on the other hand, the Hate against Obama is well known to everyone. It is mainstream in places like Fox. Bush had 4 years to achieve his degree of hate, and this was because he declared war on anything that moved. Obama has been in office barely 4 months and the hate started before he got into office. While I see your comparison has some merit, I can’t accept it as equal.

    As for Palin … I’m sorry, but the woman is just incredibly dim. I know that this is simply my opinion, and many seem to think she is bright, but … honestly, some of the things she said just scare me to death when I think of her as President.

    As for the rest, they are more or less individuals acting towards a personal goal. The GOP, on the other hand, go far beyond that. They organize the individuals spreading hate from the top down. The level of hate that is being spread today against Obama is scary, because at some point if this progresses people will be targeted by the Obama administration (and rightly so) which will add fuel to the fire … which can inadvertently spin out of control. I am sure you see where I am going with this.

    I am not saying that people need to Love Obama. In all honesty, I am not all that fond of the guy, but I support him currently because much of what he is doing is in line with my thoughts on the matters at hand, aside from this Bailout. The way I see it, someone soon will cross the line, the Obama administration will nip him in the bud, and then there will be a media storm that Obama is the one that crossed the line … unless, of course, the GOP calm the rhetoric.

    … oh, and as for Bush, you must not forget, he was hated by the entire world. Towards the end of his term, he had very few friends. Don’t forget, the majority of Americans are immigrants who still have ties to their home countries. The rhetoric against him towards the end of term can’t be compared to Obama.

  12. jonolan Says:


    It doesn’t really surprise me that you aren’t aware of the extent and depth of the hate that the left had for and fostered against President Bush. The MSM didn’t make it their business to report on it in the manner that they report on such things vs. Obama. There also wasn’t high-level politicians, including the POTUS, vilifying and ridiculing – Obama own “tea-bagger” comments – the opposition.

    As for Palin – I wasn’t talking about the dislike of her. I was talking about the nature of the attacks against her and her family. Those went, and continue to go, far beyond anything the scope of anything the Right has done.

    Also – you and a lot of other people keep bringing up how quickly Obama became hated as if that proves some villainy on the part of the dissenters. I counter that with the question of what POTUS in living memory has tried to change so many fundamental parts of America so quickly?

    In just a few months Obama has attempted to do more to America than most Presidents attempt in a full term. I believe that is why the hate built up so quickly.

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