Let’s talk about habits
From the heart-wrenching tragedy of Newtown, I would say that our habits need to be discussed, not by those with the public voice we should know by now, but by the nobodies like you and me. Having been here for 87 years, I can say that our habits have changed for the worse. No Jack Riley, I’m not here for the money. Giving you my thoughts is the least I can do. The taxpayers are paying me, government entitlement, you know.
We have nothing to lose and everything to gain. You can’t say the same for those with the public voice. They have their agendas. Their agendas are for the good of all. Those parents who lost their little children would have a hard time convincing themselves that the makers and keepers of the law are doing what is best for all. We pay, and, pay, and pay. It is hard to bare. No, it all begins with the individual, my friends—your children, my children. What kind of life are you giving them?
For instance, take the right to life. If that’s so, then society has the obligation to see that we each have what is needed for a productive life. It is the person who shot and killed 26 people, not the gun he used. What made him do it?
The Founding Fathers of America signed a declaration of independence, which stated that we each have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Those little children never had their chance to their God-given right to live. It makes you want to cry.
Your President was quick to seize the opportunity to talk with the grieving parents of the dead little children. Your airheaded President, a strong anti-colonialist, appointed to the Supreme Court Elena Kagan, who told the Senate that the Declaration of Independence did not enter into her decisions. The signers were anti-colonalists. Kagan is a liberal activist who believes the law should be interpreted in light of today’s needs—for the good of all. In Kagan’s stated view, the individual counts for naught. That’s what made the shooter do it. Obama said, “We can’t tolerate this.” No we cannot, President Obama! We want our God-given rights back. You’ve taken the place of King George III and his empire.
From any reasonable thinking person, it should be obvious that we humans are the most capable of all life forms of bettering our lives. Instead, we elect politicians bent and determined on turning us into herd animals. We’ve become addicted. Too many are government dependents.
My father was a World War I hero, one of General Pershing’s 100 heros. He won the Distinguished Service Cross for bravery in combat. What happened? He died alone, save his cat, drinking a quart of whiskey every day. The shame of his alcoholism deeply affected my life. My friends, dependence is a bad, bad problem.
There came the time in my life that it was either depend on myself or fall into the abyss. I had been one of those who took the path of least resistance. I ceased going with the flow. Everyone I knew thought I was nuts. In order to be independent, we need to know that the fruits of our own labor are not to be transferred to others. It breeds addiction to the hand that feeds the mouth, the very people you elect to public office.
To others I was a tax protester who did not want to pay my fair share of the taxes. That’s what you’ve been taught. High tax and redistribution of wealth—for the good of all—has caused an addiction to government, and property merely for government’s worthy causes.
And what are the government’s worthy causes? The addicted, incapable of rational thinking, this gives rational thinkers an advantage. With this in mind, I legally challenged federal income tax. It was like throwing holy water in the devil’s face, but I was legal in doing it. The IRS hung itself with its own rope. You would not believe what happened. The IRS ate crow on the front page of The Palm Beach Post. And who am I? One of those out of sight, out of mind taxpayers, a nobody from Nowheresville. And your President is for taking from the rich and giving to the poor. But the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer. Money goes where money flows. The rich make billions and the poor get a pittance. Nice work if you can get it. Give me a break!
It is a very dangerous thing, redistribution of the wealth. If I could beat the IRS at its own game, think what wolves in sheep’s clothing can do with America’s values. Little wonder that incidents like what happened in Newtown are happening everywhere. An addicted America is fast becoming a lawless basket case.
What would happen if a million taxpayers legally challenged federal taxation. Where would union thugs be? They are going to fight the right to work law. taxpayer money pays them to rob you of your right to work. Where would Attoney Genereal Holder be? I beat the tobacco chewing hick from the sticks Attorney General William Saxbe. He failed to defend the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. I’m not a lawyer. What I did is for you to do if you have a personal stake in the outcome. Don’t listen to lawyers. Lawyers are paid to confuse and confound the law. You don’t need a lawyer if you have a personal stake in the outcome, not that you are going to get anywhere. What you do in challenging the makers and keepers of the law is to get a record and take it to the press. You want the press to work for you? They are not. They are working against your rights. I’m only one. It worked for me.
What I’m saying is that if you love your children and America, you have to demand your rights. Take away our guns for the good of all, say public voices. Millions have died for the good of all. You parents, how do you feel about the jeopardy you have voted your children into? Shame on you.
You can read all about it in the book I’ve written, In Earth as It Is in Heaven 2012, an explanation for the underlying Mechanism of Creation.