Nathan R. Jessup

Posts Tagged ‘freedom’

Boston Tea Party 2010 (Palin Speaks To Thousands Of Patriots On Boston Commons)

In America, Breaking News, Conservatives, freedom, Health Care, liberty, living free, Patriot, Sarah Palin, Tea Party on April 14, 2010 at 3:35 pm

(By Nathan R. Jessup)

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(Sarah Palin before her speech)  Being right next to the stage, I had the pleasure of saying hello to Sarah and Todd Palin.

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Obama's Dirty Little Secret

In America, Congress, freedom, Health Care, Obama, Opinion, Uncategorized on April 7, 2010 at 9:36 pm

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President Obama has a secret plan for you: he wants you as weak as possible.  Think about it, The Tea Party isn’t exactly the easiest group for Government to control; they are strong.  On the other hand, the emotionally driven Left abandon what few principles they have to follow a smooth-talking, shell of a man.  The more dependent Americans become on their government, the stronger that government becomes.  Fearing America’s resistance to the master plan, Obama’s Socialist experiment largely remains a secret.  Our beloved country’s founders feel Americans are best served by self-governance, and I agree.

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Obama’s Dirty Little Secret

In America, Congress, freedom, Health Care, Obama, Opinion, Uncategorized on April 7, 2010 at 9:36 pm

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(By Nathan R. Jessup)

President Obama has a secret plan for you: he wants you as weak as possible.  Think about it, The Tea Party isn’t exactly the easiest group for Government to control; they are strong.  On the other hand, the emotionally driven Left abandon what few principles they have to follow a smooth-talking, shell of a man.  The more dependent Americans become on their government, the stronger that government becomes.  Fearing America’s resistance to the master plan, Obama’s Socialist experiment largely remains a secret.  Our beloved country’s founders feel Americans are best served by self-governance, and I agree.

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Obama's Dirty Little Secret

In America, Congress, freedom, Health Care, Obama, Opinion, Uncategorized on April 7, 2010 at 9:36 pm

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(By Nathan R. Jessup)

President Obama has a secret plan for you: he wants you as weak as possible.  Think about it, The Tea Party isn’t exactly the easiest group for Government to control; they are strong.  On the other hand, the emotionally driven Left abandon what few principles they have to follow a smooth-talking, shell of a man.  The more dependent Americans become on their government, the stronger that government becomes.  Fearing America’s resistance to the master plan, Obama’s Socialist experiment largely remains a secret.  Our beloved country’s founders feel Americans are best served by self-governance, and I agree.

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America, Kid Rock and Amen!

In America, Congress, freedom, living free, Our Troops, Pride, World News on February 20, 2010 at 4:25 pm

The official video can be seen HERE. Embedding not allowed.

(Special thanks to Blogmocracy.com for the video)

Kid Rock’s recent hit single “Amen” speaks to the heart of America. A positive, uplifting reminder that America remains a proud, compassionate and above all, free Nation; thank you Kid Rock.

The next video is an interview of the rocker conducted by ABC. Kid Rock discusses what inspired him to write the number one hit:

God Bless America.

Marco Rubio Kicks A*s At CPAC!

In Congress, freedom, Integrity, living free, Obama, Scott Brown, US Senate, World News on February 18, 2010 at 2:10 pm

(video provided by Gateway Pundit via The Right Scoop)

Rubio, the 38 year-old son of Cuban immigrants rocked the house today in front of thousands.  Marco Rubio’s straight talk and bold patriotism electrified audience members as they listened to his plan for the future.  First, Thaddeus McCotter, then Scott Brown, and now Marco Rubio? See a trend?  Make no mistake, these are citizens stepping up to be politicians rather than children raised to be politicians. Americans have had enough of career politicians, unlimited expense accounts and high-brow cocktail parties, they want results.

Rubio explains (via Washington Post) how the Obama administration has furthered their cause through opportunity: “They are using this downturn as cover, not to fix America but to try and change America, to fundamentally redefine the role of government in our lives and the role of America in the world,” Rubio said. “The good news is it didn’t take long for the American people to figure this out.”

UPDATE: The Washington Post covers the speech

UPDATE: Read the dailykos.com comments and story for a good laugh

A Special Thanks To Our Troops

In Our Troops, War, World News on February 18, 2010 at 12:30 pm

(This video is courtesy of Puzzled Productions)

For the brave men and women who protect our land, our people and our freedom; a special tribute. True sacrifice for something other than oneself deserves recognition.  Today is Thursday February 18th, 2010; an ordinary day like any other, and the perfect time to remember those who have chosen to protect our families.  Come home safely, and God bless you.

America Welcomes Terrorism

In freedom, Integrity, living free, Religion on January 7, 2010 at 7:38 pm

America.  What a strong and courageous Country we once were – and along came hope and change.  Terrorists everywhere are jumping for jihad with America’s newfound sensitivity.  Throughout the eight years of Bush’s presidency our Country was “arrogant, ignorant, and brash”, but we were safe.  It sure is nice to know the world no longer sees America as brash.

Barack Obama began his young presidency with a pledge to “fundamentally transform America”.  The first order of business: apologize for past transgressions. For months our subservient Commander-in-Chief rattled off speech after speech explaining how, under his leadership, America would never be the same; a promise he surely kept.

Eventually, the speeches became reality and Obama began a worldwide tour of bows and beers.  A hug-it-out beer summit here, a bow to a Middle Eastern Sheik there and before we know it, change is underway.  In the spirit of hope and change Obama made a new pledge to shut down Guantanamo Bay, a home for failed jihadists. Obama suggests Guantanamo is largely responsible for terrorism in America.  Gateway Pundit explains:

“Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula first came to prominence in Saudi Arabia in May 2003. There is absolutely no proof that Gitmo had anything to do with the group’s formation. The first operational leader of AQAP was killed in June 2003.”

If GITMO actually closes, more than half its detainees will return to Yemen, a growing hotbed for young terrorists.  Is it really a surprise Al Qaeda remains one move ahead while our US President dances two steps behind the music?  Surrendering lunch money to a schoolyard bully has never been a practice of the United States, until now.

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Facebook’s “Soldiers Are Not Heroes”

In Corruption, freedom, military, World News on January 2, 2010 at 12:22 pm

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Generally, I refrain from entertaining radical bottom-feeders whose only intention is to ‘stir the pot’. In the case of “Soldiers Are Not Heroes” however, I will make exception. The diseased group on Facebook has roughly 12,000 nut-jobs after the backwards cause. The picture you are looking at nearly caused me to fall out of my seat. I am curious, how do you feel?

As I read through comments on the site (a non-Facebook version is found HERE) I can’t help but recognize how small, radically liberal groups are actually gaining traction from social networking sites like Facebook. While I firmly support our first amendment right to freedom of speech, ignorant hate-speech falls not in such a group.

From what I gather, many of the site’s main contributors seem to be children (21 and under). However, the man responsible for adding the picture in this post, Elliot Waters, seems a bit older. Here’s a small example of what you will find on the group’s page:

“We are currently looking at suggestions by beautiful people that SANH is a religion. Environmentalism as a religion is a current strand of spiritual consciousness widening and deepening throughout the world. Which brings up the fact that war is bad for the environment and the planet. (That is a whole new discussion – lets start it).”

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Facebook's "Soldiers Are Not Heroes"

In Corruption, freedom, military, World News on January 2, 2010 at 12:22 pm

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Generally, I refrain from entertaining radical bottom-feeders whose only intention is to ‘stir the pot’. In the case of “Soldiers Are Not Heroes” however, I will make exception. The diseased group on Facebook has roughly 12,000 nut-jobs after the backwards cause. The picture you are looking at nearly caused me to fall out of my seat. I am curious, how do you feel?

As I read through comments on the site (a non-Facebook version is found HERE) I can’t help but recognize how small, radically liberal groups are actually gaining traction from social networking sites like Facebook. While I firmly support our first amendment right to freedom of speech, ignorant hate-speech falls not in such a group.

From what I gather, many of the site’s main contributors seem to be children (21 and under). However, the man responsible for adding the picture in this post, Elliot Waters, seems a bit older. Here’s a small example of what you will find on the group’s page:

“We are currently looking at suggestions by beautiful people that SANH is a religion. Environmentalism as a religion is a current strand of spiritual consciousness widening and deepening throughout the world. Which brings up the fact that war is bad for the environment and the planet. (That is a whole new discussion – lets start it).”

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