I feel sorry for the United States; By Susan Frances Bonner

21 01 2011

I feel sorry that as a nation of such diverse and hardy people we only have two political parties to represent us. It proves we are not strong enough to stand up to what we believe in. That was the first step towards relinquishing our freedom.

I feel sorry that our leaders are dividing us by lines of race, religion, and income. We’re all in this together.

I feel sorry that after the attack on NY, the pentagon, and the bravery of the United States citizens in Pennsylvania; nationalism, sovereign citizen, patriotism, and God are dirty words.

I feel sorry that our sense of security rests in the hands of unqualified equals who by having merely completed a homeland security program are authorized to violate our human rights in the name of national defense.

I feel sorry that in a land so rich with resources, we cannot rely on each other, or ourselves to live day to day.

I feel sorry that we must be blamed for every nation’s mistakes and problems; the price of bringing freedom to the world is indeed high.

I feel sorry that we can’t come to terms, that no matter how much we talk, tolerate and help another nation, they still hate and want to destroy every person in our country.

I feel sorry that the concept of national and personal defense; which was the basis for our constitution and bill of rights, has become the most controversial and questioned issue of these times.

I feel sorry that the liberals of our country cannot tell every one of their real agenda; to merge us into a one world order. I hate to break it to them, but the Vulcans are not going to rescue us.

I feel sorry that our children are being brought up by either the government, TV, or the local drug dealer. And parents are too busy to care.

I feel sorry that the break down of our families is the fault of our women, who never realized how important they were, behind it all, keeping us all together.

And I truly feel sorry that those fateful words of Benjamin Franklin now sound so ominous… “We’ve given you a Republic; let’s see if you can keep it.”

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11 02 2011
Steve R.

Original poster wrote: “I feel sorry that our leaders are dividing us by lines of race, religion, and income. We’re all in this together.”

Absolutely not – we are NOT in this ” all together “. This is a capitalist country where if you work hard you should be rewarded – if you OBEY THE LAWS set forth – you should be rewarded. I live in California and here I see first hand the attitudes of illegal immigrants – I have seen how the system ( i.e. the taxpayers ) are being steamrolled to support poor class, illegal immigrants. If you do your research you will find that diseases we irradicated 50 years ago are re-establishing themselves in the U.S. because of illegal immigrants who cross our borders unchecked. I see how the construction industry is killed and peoples lives are endangered by low wage – uncaring – illegal immigrant workforce numbering in the millions. People’s lives are endangered by unskilled electrical work performed by illegal immigrants ( whose electrical work I have had to rip out and completely replace so the clients house didn’t burn to the ground ). I have seen licensed contractors in the construction industry be underbid by contractors using illegal laborers to perform sub-standard work. I have seen how neighborhoods are destroyed by people who come to this country, suck off the teet of Mother America, yet angrily and aggressively wave the flag of their country and demand we change our laws to include, benefit and protect THEM. I have seen first hand how gangs of illegal immigrants have infiltrated neighborhoods and driven them into the ground. We absolutely ARE NOT ” all in this together. Our standards – our quiltiy of life and our safety is endangered.

29 03 2011
Trent

Illegal immigration is destroying our construction businesses(atleast those that are legitimate). So many big contractors want cheap, fast labor. All of these “illegals” have built so many house so fast and now we have excess inventory and that is why your house is not worth squat. Construction is a MAJOR part of our economy and it has been hi-jacked. Worst of all our government expects legitimate construction business to pay 28% federal taxes so that they can sit on thier a**** and not protect our borders, while illegals come over and cut our throats on every job they can and don’t pay a dime in federal taxes instead they send it back to Mexico or where ever the hell they came. I love my profession it brings me happiness but, when I have to work two extra hours everyday to compete with someone who is here illegally it pisses me off. They have taken my money, my time and my energy and sent it to Mexico.

31 01 2011
I feel sorry for the United States; By Susan Frances Bonner (via Coalition Against Illegal Immigration) | Uncle Sam's Boot Blog

[…] I feel sorry that as a nation of such diverse and hardy people we only have two political parties to represent us. It proves we are not strong enough to stand up to what we believe in. That was the first step towards relinquishing our freedom. I feel sorry that our leaders are dividing us by lines of race, religion, and income. We’re all in this together. I feel sorry that after the attack on NY, the pentagon, and the bravery of the United States … Read More […]

31 01 2011
I feel sorry for the United States; By Susan Frances Bonner (via Coalition Against Illegal Immigration) | Uncle Sam's Boot Blog

[…] I feel sorry that as a nation of such diverse and hardy people we only have two political parties to represent us. It proves we are not strong enough to stand up to what we believe in. That was the first step towards relinquishing our freedom. I feel sorry that our leaders are dividing us by lines of race, religion, and income. We’re all in this together. I feel sorry that after the attack on NY, the pentagon, and the bravery of the United States … Read More […]

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