One by one the progressive mayors and college presidents across the south have been chipping away at not only our heritage, but the honor of fallen heroes, many of who died in the great 'War for Southern Independence'. Actually those who would tear down these Confederate Monuments could care less about the statues themselves. It's not about these pieces of stone and bronze stained by the years. It's a power struggle between progressives and conservatives. I thought this was settled, a least for a short while with the election of Donald Trump. I was wrong, and now I fear we are on the losing side once again. Some of us are fighting back. The purpose of this blog is to inform you there is hope. We are attempting to raise funds to erect plaques honoring our fallen Confederate boys in gray. Plaques that will grace the town squares of small towns in the South where they will be welcome. Towns where the voters still have some common sense, unlike those idiots in the large cities and those poor lost young people in our universities. All denotations will be appreciated with the lion's share going to preserve the memory of those who fought and died in that great conflict.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Obama's New Bill of Rights

The following changes in the Bill of Rights are desired by many American progressives and I suspect desired by Barack Hussein Obama. The Constitution, I believe, means little to this man who seeks to change an America he has little use for and one he wishes to set aside and replace with one that will fit into what he sees as the New World Order. A order that will be geared toward an all powerful state with little regard to the individual and individual rights. This is the vision, the dream, the hope and change American progressives are striving for; and the existing Bill of Rights stands in their path. Below we have a list, a wish list if you like of what they would have the new Bill of Rights to contain. This is not the dream of your fathers, but could very well be the dream of his father.

Amendment I
Pray shall be banned from all public building and public events. All references to God must be removed from public building of any kind and the word "God" shall no longer be used on American currency. Freedom of assemble to express grievances shall be restricted to no more than 10 people unless such groups are assembling under the guidance of labor unions or government worker groups. Freedom of the airways shall be completely regulated by the central government and no anti-government propaganda will be tolerated.

Amendment II
Ownership of all firearms shall be regulated by the federal government or by the existing restrictions found in the United Nations Charter.

Amendment III
The federal government and only the federal government will determine where U.S. Troops can be quartered. Individuals cannot refuse request from the central to quarter troops in their homes.

Amendment IV
The federal government shall have the right to enter and search any home of persons SUSPECTED of conspiring against the central government or any official of that government. Under special circumstances forces from the United Nations can enter private dwellings.

Amendment V
All private property is subject to laws protecting the public good and can be confiscated if deemed to be necessary by the central government. Persons charged with hate crimes or crimes against the state can be deprived of "due process" when such action is deemed to be for the public good and no bail shall be granted.

Amendment VI
Federal jurisdiction can be imposed in all criminal cases with the concurrence of the Attorney General of the United States. An citizen may be detained indefinitely if charged with crimes against the federal government. All citizens of the United States are subject to prosecution in the World Court.

Amendment VII
When rules of common law come into conflict with with the powers granted under recent federal court decisions those decisions will take precedent as will decisions of the World Court.

Amendment VIII
No bail shall be granted to those charged with crimes against the state or crimes against humanity as defined by the World Court.

Amendment IX
Rights not granted in this document are reserved to the federal government and to the United Nations.

Amendment X
Powers not specifically delegated to the individual states are reserved to the federal government or to the United Nations.

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