Written By D.
On December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor was bombed and it marked our entry into WWII.
After the Pearl Harbor attack, Japan’s Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto is attributed to have said, “I fear that all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” The Admiral had spent time in the U.S. so he had a better understanding of our people and capabilities than most of the Japanese leaders of the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isoroku_Yamamoto
I am reminded of that quote often as I watch patriotic grassroots movements springing up all over this land.
People are not just shocked by the new administration’s Socialist laden activities of the past several weeks, they are angered.
It is very foolish for the Socialists to believe in the complacency of Americans. But that is just what they are doing and are counting on it for their success. Like the Zero fighters, Val dive bombers and Kate torpedo bombers aiming to take out our ships at Pearl Harbor causing as much damage as possible, the Socialists are swarming in trying to destroy as much of our capitalistic system as possible before we have time to react. In doing so, the Socialists hope to take Democracy down with it.
While there are people who are content to rely on the government gravy train and resent others for their hard work and success, the vast majority of Americans believe in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness as well as the freedom to pursue opportunity. They know their hope for a good life and bright future for their children is tied to that of their country and the future survival of both Democracy and Capitalism.
The silent majority have been jolted awake by the Socialist policies of this President. In pursuing these policies against the beliefs of most Americans, all he has succeeded in doing is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with resolve.
Many millions of Americans are now wide awake, they don’t like what they see and they are resolved to make their voices heard. This is truly an historic moment we are witnessing. It is the blessing given to us by our forefathers, it is Democracy in action.
Saturday, March 14, 2009
Written By D.