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The Difference Between The GOP And The Democrats

03 September 2014 @ 13:54

If you channel T.S. Eliot, you can see it…

-The GOP:

This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but a whimper

-The Democ-rats:

This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
Not with a whimper but a BANG

-Which is to say that the only hope for a restoration of The Constitution lies with us.

Right now, it lies bleeding in our hands because not enough of us shielded her from the relentless barrage of Leftism. But there is still time to bring her back to life.

Sir,—You ask me what political news. What can I say, but that we are undone? We are in the dead calm of corruption…. It begins in blood and plunder, it ends in servility and dependence. The wealth would be insecure under the crimes by which it was acquired, without ministerial influence and protection to cover them from enquiry, or screen them from punishment. In a few years, the two houses of parliament will be filled with Omrahs and Subbedars, nurtured in the corruption and despotism of the East. What will be the consequence? We must fall as Greece and Rome have fallen, in the same manner, and by the same means. In this prospect there is but one consolation. That liberty, when she abandons [Great Britain], will not, like Astrrea, relinquish us forever; but will fix her favourite seat in the rising regions of America. There may she rest, and spread her happy influence, till time shall be no more. But if we too must lose her, when she ascends the skies, we shall at least have the prerogative of showing her last, her parting steps. Adieu, &c.

—Arthur Lee writing from London to Samuel Adams, 03 December 1773

Is Liberty doomed to return to the bosom of God? Or will we summon the strength and fortitude to restore her to where she has found her greatest satisfaction and happiness?

Her fate is in our hands.

OUTLAW.

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