The truth can be an interesting thing. When embraced it can bring strength and peace. I make it a point to write or speak about things that are true. Unfortunately some people simply cannot handle the truth because it doesn’t fit their narrative. Let me give an example. The 1st Amendment guarantees a couple of things. One of these things is the freedom of speech. Many months ago a very troubled soul showed up on my page with a ridiculous rant.
Without having any information at all and having never read my book this person proceeded to rant and rave and lie…about me.
After I blocked him he jumped to my second page. Upon banning him from there he spent time attacking me on Amazon. Apparently that wasn’t enough because he jumped on our new page where I banned him again.
Some people need to get a life already.
If you don’t agree with what I’m saying then write your own book, give hundreds of copies away, spend countless hours communicating with citizens across America, and tens of thousands of dollars.
Of course you will also need to create a new tax plan that will work, (done), an immigration policy that will work (done), and not accept any campaign contributions. This means you will have to pay for all of this yourself.
Yeah, that’s what I thought. Now close your pie hole, crawl back from which you came and have a Coke and a smile!
I’ve had this happen a few times. In the beginning I’ve shared some of the “fan mail” I’ve received. I know as our voice gets louder the target on me will become larger. I actually look forward to this. It’s how we know we are making a difference. If I am never attacked it means no one cares or can hear us. I have two very positive stories about our voices being heard but first I want to finish my point.
One detractor of mine whined that I was violating their freedom of speech because I didn’t answer their written silliness. They couldn’t be more wrong.
The freedom of speech guarantees you won’t be persecuted or prosecuted by the government for speaking out against them.
It has nothing to do with whether or not I will give someone free therapy.
Facebook could remove me at any time and they would not be violating my freedom of speech. They would be unwise to do so because their business plan calls for users and more importantly users who spend money spreading their message (me).
But they could block me tomorrow and it wouldn’t be a violation of the 1st Amendment. The only way it would be is if the government forced them to silence me but even then Facebook wouldn’t be to blame. The government would. Just like driving, Facebook is not a right.
If anyone comes on here and lies, is profane, or attacks me or any of you…they are removed permanently. I am not here for social hour. I am here because the debt has gotten worse and more Americans die or are sold into slavery because our border is wide open. As I’ve said many times if you have people who aren’t beneficial to freedom, and your life, then remove them.
We don’t have time for people who throw around fictional constitutional rights. We have to focus on the very real attacks coming at the 1st Amendment (Lois Lerner/IRS) and the 2nd Amendment. These are very real things. If you think my not listening to you because you lie or deleting you from MY page is unconstitutional you don’t have the good sense God gave you.
Wake up! I want like minds…ten million of them. Not whiny, pseudo intellects who won’t put their names or their money on the line. If you think you have a plan…step up!
Otherwise pipe down small fry. No one cares what you think.
Okay onto the two positive stories. A few weeks ago I was talking to a guy at the gym. We started talking about the debt, the border, and Obama. I told him he should check out our website. When I told him the name he paused and said,”I just heard that website on the radio.” I smiled. When complete strangers are hearing about us we are making difference.
Story two: A fan of Late Bird and our message was talking to some new co-workers during a break. Politics was the discussion and the fan mentioned my name. The co-worker said, “I’ve heard of that guy,” and went to their Facebook page on their phone and scrolled through one of their groups. Finding what they were looking for the co-worker showed the fan of Late Bird a video of mine that was done months ago.
It’s a small world because YOU keep spreading the word. It is you who are making a difference by continuing to share 2,3,4 and sometimes 50 times. It’s working. Great job!
One day, one voice, one American at a time.
Shoulder to shoulder.
This is our country.