Instead of securing our borders, implementing a tighter immigration policy, creating a strong missile defense system, increasing domestic defense funding, and militarizing space, we are spending far too much money that is provided by taxpayers, money that is printed by the Federal Reserve, or money that isn't there on overseas ventures. This is increasing our debt in addition to weakening our national security. The backlash against us becomes stronger and stronger each day. We freed the Iraqis from an evil dictator, yet thousands of our troops died, our spending was out of control, and we've brought ourselves into an economic disaster. Of course, there were so many other contributing factors to our crisis: the bad government-mandated banking loans, the inflationary deficit spending by the government and Federal Reserve system, the overtaxation, the wildly socialist spending bills, and the continued printing of money that is devaluing our dollar and will eventually lead to a currency crash. We're increasing all of these things along with our expansion of war in Afghanistan.
Politicians will assure you that their overseas affairs are for a good purpose. The unfortunate thing is that people believe them. The difference between a warmonger and a proponent of a strong national defense is that warmongers pursue war even if the goal isn't for peace or defense. They might fight for oil, money, power, indoctrination, political reasons, or anything else that they attempt to hide behind the backs of their citizens. Proponents of a strong national defense believe that we should keep ourselves protected for security without giving up essential liberties and that we should only use offensive measures when we are attacked or when there is an imminent threat to our national security.
President Obama calls Afghanistan a "good" war. What reason does he have to justify this? He uses "security" and "peacekeeping" as the basis for his position, but we all know that Obama is a pathological liar. He completely turned around on repealing the Patriot Act, he went against his supposed anti-war principles, he raised spending to higher levels than Bush did, his "no new taxes" claim is an obvious myth, he wants to continue with warantless wiretaps and searches, he wants to mandate that people buy health coverage even though he went against it in his campaign, his policies are hurting the poor rather than helping them, he is stifling the individual achievement that he preaches about, and his broken promises keep piling up on each other.
How can we trust a pathological liar to fight a "good" and "just" war? We can't! This is classic Chicago politics, and President Obama is a product of a crooked and criminal system of government.
Congressman Ron Paul used this analogy to describe our situation in Afghanistan: If China was building bases over here, our backlash would grow as their troops expanded. Many of us would become hostile, there would be people shooting at each other, and the extremists that live on our soil would want to invade or attack China. It's like pouring salt on a wound. One of Ron Paul's greatest speeches is artistically glorified in this stunning video:
I apologize, but I just can't top that. By and far, that is the greatest speech Ron Paul has ever given. I know it makes me less popular among mainstream conservatives to support this oddball Republican, but his words, actions, and principles reflect that of the Founding Fathers, who would be outraged if they found out what was happening today. They wouldn't support American imperialism. They would vehemently oppose it, considering the powerful monarchic structure that they sought independence and freedom from.
Our politicians keep lying to us, yet we support the very same wars in hopes that things will somehow be different and that we will be fighting for the cause of liberty and security rather than greed, reputation, and imperialism. Our courageous troops are strong in their convictions, yet the government is stabbing them right in the back. Former President Bush and President Obama do not truly support the troops. They betrayed the cause, and they betrayed America.
After sending thousands upon thousands of troops into Afghanistan, Obama has actually delayed the recent surge. However, the worst is yet to come. He may pull a few troops out of Iraq and delay the Afghanistan surge in order to deceive the people in the anti-war movement as well as noninterventionists, but his goals are to expand military force in order to gain power, money, reputation, oil, and control. This man is a dangerous warmonger. Warmongers weaken our national defense by provoking hostility and violence within our enemies.
On top of everything, Obama is giving comfort and financial aid to those who would rather do harm to us, and the Founding Fathers concluded that to be unconstitutional. Therefore, Obama is, again, violating Constitutional law, which is perfect ground for impeachment. We could have done it to Bush, but we didn't. We can't let Obama get away with what Bush did, considering the fact that Obama is only expanding the agenda of a corrupt administration.
How can we allow this corruption to prosper so greatly in a country that was founded on the principles of freedom, morality, equal protection, and accountibility? We can't let Obama expand the executive powers farther than Bush did, for if we let this happen, there is no turning back. It is great that - in our country - the government is Constitutionally accountable to its citizens, and we must take advantage of that great power that the Founding Fathers gave to us. We must elect representatives that reflect true American principles, we must seek to hold accountable those who violate our precious U.S. Constitution, and we must stand up for the rights that were endowed by our Creator from the very beginning.
Speak out in whatever way you can, for only we can truly change our destiny for the better. Let's return to true American principles that have stayed in the minds of hearts of countless generations. It's time to take back America.
Viva la revolution!
Have a fabulous day. God bless you, and God bless America.