hat can be more extreme than proclaiming that, without government handouts, citizens of the United States of America will die? That depriving them of those handouts is the same as murdering them?
God help us. Because, if this is true, it should be clear that, no, we cannot help ourselves.
We would cease being citizens of our once free and independent states. But become subjects and wards of some others's supreme megastate.
When the great patriot Patrick Henry rose before the people's convention in Virginia, 236 years ago, he asked his fellow revolutionaries, "Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?" To Heaven he proclaimed, "Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!" In response the representatives of the people of Virginia authorized troops to fight for and win back all the people's God-given liberties.
Today, a retrogressive faction of so-called representatives of the people are proclaiming to us, in our own Congress, that they know, with complete certainty, what course we all must and will take: large-scale government in order to avert large-scale death. That to have a dear life and sweet peace, the change we need — our only hope — is collectively wearing the thickest chains of permanent and universal slavery to an omniscient government. A government headed, of course, by them.
Nothing could be more extreme.
It is nothing short of a measure to completely destroy all our God-given freedoms in order to infinitely increase their power over each and every one of us. Because, they keep proclaiming, they know better than we do what is best for us and what most promotes our "common good."
Since we now and always will have such extreme would-be tyrants raising themselves and their egomaniacal schemes up like weeds among us, the revolutionary war started by Patrick Henry and his fellow freedom fighters can never end. Except in defeat.
That is because the price of possessing all the individual rights we enjoy is forever fighting for their survival.
The price of losing those rights is death of the United States of America as we know it.
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