Born and raised by old-fashioned parents in a small town with a farm to work on, I learned, among other things:
There ain’t no free lunch-doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results was just plain stupid-folks who never do more than they get paid for never get paid for more than what they do-you ever talk like that to your mother, I promise you’ll regret it- you don’t start no fights, but you better end ’em- just remember if you get in trouble at school, it’ll be worse for you when you come home-sit still and quit your fidgeting-you leave the yard I’ll tie you to the tree-any thing worth doin is worth doin well.
So I don’t have much sympathy for freeloaders, or those that are waiting and expecting the guvmint to help them out.
I believe the country was founded on Judeo-Christian theology by inspired people. We are having trouble because we have strayed from those core principle.
I believe as is written in the Declaration of Independence, that we as citizens in every generation must stand and fight the powers that be, both intellectually and physically if necessary, to save the republic lest those that hate us-without and within overrun the constitution and institute flawed ideologies that will take away our freedoms and subject us to tyranny. I believe there is right and wrong, truth and lies, and that our job as citizens, with the help of almighty God, is to insure that we get up off our derriers and make sure that the right and truthful thing is done by our representatives.