Monday, July 3, 2017

The 4th is all we have left...

The Moral Compass of Common Ground….

I’m not shocked by the way things are currently going in America. I don’t find it hard to believe that in today’s America, there’s such division and anger.

My expectations of what my fellow Americans are saying in forms of comments from the Internet-based communities are not surprising.

What we see in the streets, not surprising. Not at all.

The lines drawn in the sand have been around since the beginning of this country. Embers of hate have always been glowing under the ashes of American civilization, since the beginning of the founding of this country and well before.

How can I or you, or any American expect anything more from such political, social, and economic division?

Why do we draw such hard lines in the sand?

Why are we so angrily divided?

It isn’t simply politics that has us divided. It’s not the inability for us to control our Congress or the Senate’s agendas that divides us. So, what is it people?

Why have we reached such a point of discontent and discord? Do we blame Trump? Perhaps the GOP? Perhaps just blame all the Politicians? Maybe the media? Artful propaganda? Influences and teletype?

No America.

The only blame that can be applied to anyone, is ourselves. Each and every one of us.

We as a whole have allowed the corruption in our government to ferment.

Do we not always question them?

Doubt them?

Expect diversionary tactics, lies, and red tape?

Have we not allowed the tyranny to go unchecked?

We allowed it to grow out of control within our governmental foundations to the point that everything negative about our country has tipped the scales, and we are holding no true controls over the tyrannical system in place.

Have we not all observed it from both sides in this quagmire? Be it Hillary Clinton and the questions surrounding their foundation, or Benghazi, or Trump’s activities and actions, befalling questions and fear upon a majority of America to the point all we have left is one another to attack, when the true issue is those above us.

The electioneering and propagation, the Russian clout and the tampering of our election process.
Everything. Every fear we share as Americans only thrives due to our inability to effectively govern our government.

We appoint people in the chance we can extract a certain amount of change in the fruitless essential command we have now.

A government with no reins attached, is a wild horse that serves no purpose but to run from its duty.

The utter blatancy of the obviousness of it all can not be denied. The tyrannical, unavoidable distemper, exuded by our elected elite, demonstrates the lack of fear from our government of the people.

Why is it the American people fear the government? When the government should fear us. Not a fear of violence, but a fear of being removed from a position for being noncompliant to the laws of governing.

There should be tighter restrictions on our government, strong civil supervision of ethics, clear understood direction and recourse to solving problems.

This list of things needing to be fixed is massive and gargantuan in its relevance, but we do what?

Throw stones at one another?

If we must be so divided, can we at least all agree on one thing?

Is it not true that we all love our country?

That we are a country that would erase this division in a flash if the country was harmed?

Right or wrong? Is it not, at the end of the day, the date of 9.11, when the smoke rose, that we found brotherhood in each other?

America? While this is no 911, we are witnessing the same anger, pain and confusion, just now without the comforts of each other to heal our wounds.

This time though, we can only truly blame each other. Not an outside attack, but internal disorder.

It’s not about who is right or wrong, or who should have won and who didn’t lose. It’s not about opinions, or beliefs. It’s about supremacy over servitude. It’s about us. Our desire to see fruitful change, a brighter direction, betterment and resolve.

So eagerly so, that we dismiss the obviousness of its own costs, freedom for fuel for change.

We’ve paid witness to our failure to maintain oversight, to control.

Solving problems means fixing issues. If we find the root of the cause, thus by effect, we can change our situation, if only we can be in agreement with the root of the problem.

Which is our moral compass.

No matter how you view Donald Trump, one would have to be living on another planet, under a rock, not to recognize him as a problem.

We are divided over tolerance, acceptance, wealth, economic destitution, opportunity, health, trust, social responsibility and liability.

But we are not divided on the love we all share for this country. That in itself is our one true core of indivisible common ground.

The love of our country, our homeland, our freedoms, our constitution, and yes, even our people, will never go silently into the night.

We argue about nothing worthy of the loss of this country we all love.

It’s time to take off the labels. It’s time to stop worrying about your party’s agenda. It’s time to stop fighting over who is right and who is wrong. It’s time to take off those independent, liberal, conservative, leftist, rightist, democratic, republican labels and stand under the red white and blue of freedom. Its the only way to stop looking for an argument and find solutions.

I challenge you, no matter who you are, no matter which side of the fence you call yours, no matter which god, or skin color, or belief… Tell me you love America and want her to heal and stand tall. Tell your opponents the same. Leave Trump to Trump for one day, and meet your fellow Americans on solid, unwavering grounds…. In the celebration of Independence day and love for our country.

It’s all we have left to unite us and end this problem…

God Bless America, no matter which God you have, God Bless AMERICA!!!!!!!

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