Do We Love Our Country More Than We Fear Our Government?

Screen Shot 2014-05-19 at 9.53.31 AMSpeechless. That is my reaction when I listen to the news this week.

The rage in the news this week is all about Michelle’s hashtag campaign to free the kidnapped Nigerian girls,  whether brain damage from Hillary’s “concussion” in December 2012 will prevent her run for President in 2016, Atty. Gen. Eric Holder’s plan to monitor Nebraska’s GOP Primaries, and Nancy Pelosi wants us to believe that families of the Benghazi victims have contacted her to say that they do not want further investigation.  (Trey Gowdy’s investigation of Benghazi must be close to the jugular.)

Rampant voter fraud in Nebraska–seriously?  The only thing that comes to mind when I think of Nebraska is….. corn.   And regarding Hillary’s fall and concussion soon after the Benghazi, what a “coincidence” that it happened just before she would have had to answer questions about the attack.  And does Pelosi really think that anybody believes that Mr. Woods or Mrs. Smith suddenly don’t want to know what happened to their sons in Benghazi?  For that matter, why in the world would they contact Nancy Pelosi about it?

When the New Black Panthers stood brandishing clubs at the door of the polling place in Philadelphia in 2008, Holder refused to prosecute “my people”.  We just can’t seem to get the ball rolling to look into Fast and Furious or the rampant and criminal persecution of private citizens by the IRS, but now, suddenly, voter issues in Nebraska are of extreme importance.  They are dumb; obviously they think we are dumber.

Fellow Patriots, if you love your country, you can keep your country, but there is only one way to do that:  Stand up now.  Be aware of what is happening in your country.  Talk with friends and neighbors about the pressing issues in America today.  Personally contact your legislators and speak with them about the areas of concern on your mind, and support Constitutional conservatives running for office no matter what state they are in.

Above all, read the Constitution for yourself and obey it.  Read about our Founders; they had a lot to say about liberty–how to get it and how to keep it.

My Daddy always told me that there are only 2 reasons why people obey:  fear or love.  The question for each Patriot is:  Do we love our country more than we fear our government?

Abigail Adams

Georgia PolitiChick Abigail Adams is the proud daughter of a WWII foot soldier who served on the front lines in France and Germany. Because of her father, she was reared and steeped in patriotism. She is a true southern woman who lives in the foothills of beautiful North Georgia and works as a homemaker. As if that is not enough, Abigail is active in the home schooling of her grandsons, ages five and 15 years. Abigail works with conservative candidates on their campaigns and is a member of her county and state Republican Party. She understands the importance of her grandson's generation having knowledge of history and being a patriot, so she takes her them with her to Tea Party gatherings and Republican meetings. She also includes the boys with her when she is involved with local and national political activities. In addition to family and politics, Abigail enjoys gardening, sewing, cooking, conservative talk radio, and reading history and biographies of our Founders and of more contemporary heroes such as Ronald Reagan and Winston Churchill. Love for America, our Constitution, and a deep admiration for our Founding Fathers flows through Abigail's veins, and her heart's desire is to help restore America and bring her back to her roots of freedom, justice, liberty, and world leadership. Long live America; may her light shine forever.

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