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    A Call To All (poem)

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    I though it something good to read.

    A Call to All

    Americans, listen up and fear
    About what's happening out here
    How our bureaucracies do anything to win
    They stomp all over rights
    Starting State and local fights
    Stealing land and property from citizens

    How the bureau of mis-management
    Doesn't even have to get consent
    To spend six million to put one lone rancher down
    Cuz, a tortoise might get stepped on
    And some fees they disagree on ,,
    Make it worth Gestapo force with guns and hounds?

    The roots from which this stems
    Come from their rules, all wrote by them
    And they enforce their rules, but if you disagree
    Guess who judges the whole mess?
    You don't even have to guess
    The monster's growing folks, it's hungry and wants feed

    Shall we all just sit and watch
    While they carve another notch
    From the rights that they have whittled on for years
    One more gouge might cut plumb through
    Allowing government to rule
    And that would be the summit of our fears

    Do you want a wolf Bo Peep
    That will kill and eat your sheep
    Or a guard dog to protect the sheep you own?
    The offensive they've unfurled
    Is reminiscent of third world
    Who have ever thought it'd happen here at home?

    And the puppet bureaucrats
    Who are supposed to have our backs
    The gorilla tactics they employ, folks, just ain't right
    They are poking hornet nests
    Causing anger and unrest
    They've no idea the deep resolve of folks they'll fight

    And sheriff, what the Hell's with you ?
    Do what you were sworn to do
    Your siding with the Feds on this seems odd
    Which politician got to you?
    You protect and serve just who?
    We need sheriffs not afraid to do their job

    For, if they get away with this
    Our freedom's thrown to the abyss
    And we will all feel Big Bad Brother's iron hand
    We best get out of our chairs
    Prove to them that we do care
    For the rights and freedoms that have built this land

    Civil disobedience
    Makes sense, when there's no other sense '
    It's a shame but sometimes people must stand strong
    It worked for Civil rights and Vietnam
    And for the rights that women won
    And,in each case, it proved the government was wrong

    And how did the Feds respond?
    Well, they went so far beyond
    And murdered citizens for how they think and feel
    How many wars, of late, have we been in
    Because they lied and fed their spin?
    And we lost soldiers, reputation and billions in the deal

    You good folks who do not live out here
    It's best you listen close and fear
    The systems rigged and now they're wanting more
    They've shown willingness to kill
    For things against the peoples will
    As Americans are we to take much more?

    And this ruling with force and fear
    Seems to escalate each year
    Friends,they are nothing more than 'enemies of state'
    Why would they come with thugs and snipers
    Taze and threaten folks like vipers
    If what they're doing is at all legitimate?

    And for the mess that we have got
    Follow the trail way up the top
    They need arrested where they haven't spread their claws
    We go get individual crooks
    That are juggling the books
    Why does a government job protect them from the law

    And accomplices should do time
    For participating in the crime
    Just as bank robbers, armed and acting tough
    I can't conceive what kind of minds
    Would condone these kinds of crimes
    Against neighbors just saying, "that's enough"

    And the puppet bureaucrats
    Alibi- ing shameful acts
    Like the guards did from the concentration camps
    Claim "We just do what we are told"
    That willingness make tyrants bold
    All agencies and powers need revamped

    It's sad but true, it's come to this
    Our government has gone amiss
    Just when last did the Senate do its job?
    Have they earned thIs kind of clout
    Or even your benefit of doubt?
    We'd be better off if we dealt with the mob

    Remember, Waco, Ruby Ridge, Kent State ?
    Will you allow that be our fate?
    While we stand up for the rights of me and you
    The facts are there, folks, you discern
    Stand and show that you 're concerned
    For the nightmare of Big Brother's coming true!

    And don't believe there's "Public Ground"
    That just has a pleasant sound
    Folks it's "federal" when they when they want to lock the gate
    And our taxes pay for all their crimes
    As they grow bolder all the time
    Don't let a police state with a ruler be our fate?

    Waddie Mitchell
    Liberty is lost through complacency and a subservient mindset. When we accept or even welcome automobile checkpoints, random searches, mandatory identification cards, and paramilitary police in our streets, we have lost a vital part of our American heritage. America was born of protest, revolution, and mistrust of government. Subservient societies neither maintain nor deserve freedom for long.
    Ron Paul 2004

    Registered Ron Paul supporter # 2202
    It's all about Freedom

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    (Thelen Paulk)

    Eternally vigilant and armed: minuteman with rifle--symbol of the Second Amendment.
    I had a dream the other night, I didn't understand.
    A figure walking through the mist, with flintlock in his hand.
    His clothes were torn and dirty, as he stood there by my bed.
    He took off his three-cornered hat, and speaking low, he said:

    "We fought a revolution, to secure our liberty.
    We wrote the Constitution, as a shield from tyranny.
    For future generations, this legacy we gave.
    In this, the land of the free and the home of the brave.

    "The freedom we secured for you, we hoped you'd always keep.
    But tyrants labored endlessly while your parents were asleep.
    Your freedom gone, your courage lost, you're no more than a slave.
    In this, the land of the free and home of the brave.

    "You buy permits to travel, and permits to own a gun,
    Permits to start a business, or to build a place for one.
    On land that you believe you own, you pay a yearly rent.
    Although you have no voice in choosing, how the money's spent.

    "Your children must attend a school that doesn't educate.
    Your Christian values can't be taught, according to the state.
    You read about the current news, in a regulated press.
    You pay a tax you do not owe, to please the I.R.S.

    "Your money is no longer made of Silver or of Gold.
    You trade your wealth for paper, so your life can be controlled.
    You pay for crimes that make our Nation, turn from God in shame.
    You've taken Satan's number, as you've traded in your name.

    "You've given government control, to those who do you harm,
    So they can padlock churches, and steal the family farm,
    And keep our country deep in debt, put men of God in jail,
    Harass your fellow countrymen, while corrupted courts prevail.

    "Your public servants don't uphold the solemn oath they've sworn.
    Your daughters visit doctors, so their children won't be born.
    Your leaders ship artillery, and guns to foreign shores,
    And send your sons to slaughter, fighting other people's wars.

    "Can you regain the freedom for which we fought and died?
    Or don't you have the courage, or the faith to stand with pride?
    Are there no more values for which you'll fight to save?
    Or do you wish your children, to live in fear and be a slave?

    "People of the Republic, arise and take a stand!
    Defend the Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land!
    Preserve our Great Republic, and GOD-Given Right!
    And pray to GOD, to keep the torch of Freedom burning bright!"

    As I awoke he vanished, in the mist from whence he came.
    His words were true, we are not Free, we have ourselves to blame.
    For even now as tyrants, trample each GOD-Given Right,
    We only watch and tremble, too afraid to stand and fight.

    If he stood by your bedside, in a dream, while you're asleep,
    And wonders what remains of our Rights he fought to keep,
    What would be your answer, if he called out from the grave:

    (H/T to someone, I can't remember who)
    “The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them.” --George Orwell

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