Today on Beck, he spotlighted Obama’s oft-repeated mantra about the need for a “civilian national security force,” one that is “just as powerful, just as strong, and just as well-funded” as our military force.
Beck asks a reasonable question of the president: “Who are we fighting?” What possible enemy would a civilian security force be formed to combat? Enemies who could cross the southern border? Nope, we tried that one already – the Minutemen – and they were roundly vilified as “racists” and attacked wherever they appeared to speak.
According to the Obama Administration itself, we are no longer at war with Islamic extremists, so why would we need to amass such a vast civilian security force? Honestly, why?
It is time for ALL lovers of freedom and the Constitution to do as Glenn suggests: 1) Question with boldness, 2) Hold to the truth whatever it may be, and 3) Speak without fear.
What do we have to lose if we ask questions, except for potentially our very freedom TO ask questions?
I don’t give a damn if you hate Glenn or Fox News at all. It would behoove you to watch and listen, even if it is only to challenge GLENN’S motives to pose his questions for all to answer. Consider it a 17-minute investment of your time. If you don’t feel like anything’s amiss with what’s happening, then go along your merry way and whistle while you work. If you do listen intently and understand the specificity of Glenn’s questions, then you just might feel inclined to ask them yourself – ask them of your elected officials wherever you live.
I’ve met many people in discussions of politics who tell me “oh, I don’t get into politics.” I remind them that whether or not they like it, they may not get into politics now, but sooner or later, politics will get into them by way of force. If they refuse to accept it, those will be the fools who wake up one day and ask “what the hell happened to America????”
These folks will have only themselves to blame. Wake up, stand up, speak out, and refuse to sit down and be quiet. Our freedoms are too precious to simply brush aside because you don’t want to “get involved.”
What’s that old axiom?…’if you don’t vote, you get the government you deserve’ – and you have no justification to complain when things go horribly awry.
It’s your country, your government, and your freedoms at stake, people. Are they worth fighting for? That’s my bold question for you.