Politicians won't fight for us, so we must fight
So now we’re in the midst of the next presidential election.
Just like always, the candidates are pigs. Nothing but thieves and liars out to make more money for their pals and themselves. They’re bought and paid for by the extremely wealthy. They help the rich get richer and let the poor get poorer without even thinking twice. Hell, the bastards probably actually believe that they’re good men.
That is the nature of a madman I suppose. They never realize how truly mad they actually are.
It’s sometimes hard for me to believe things are actually this bad and that people are willing to commit such atrocities knowing damn well they’re hurting people. So I wonder to myself quite often if things will ever get better. Will someone come along and change it all? Will someone make the entire world, especially the USA see how misguided they’ve been?
I hope so, because I fear that if someone doesn’t change things, we’ll all revert to a state of savage existence.
Maybe that someone is you. Maybe, or better yet hopefully, it isn’t too late to find out. It isn’t too late to see real American patriots step up and do what they know must be done to make the American dream a REAL dream, not just some concept that died years ago on some unknown battlefield or in the hearts of a long lost generation.
Reach deep within. Find your dormant inner American warrior that would rather die than be told how to live, what to think, what to eat or drink. Rise and stand for true liberty and the real pursuit of happiness.
Fight for what is yours. If you don’t, who will?
Politicians won't fight for us, so we must fight
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