Thursday, September 10, 2009

Fairytales & Fantasy

   The easiest thing in the world is to convince others that you believe in something. It is also quite something else to get others to believe in it also. Now if you get others to believe in it, there is still one big issue unresolved. That is to validate with self-evident truth that ones belief is not just a matter of the imagination but of real life actuality.
   The only way I know to do that, is by way of objectively arrived at undeniable evidence of fact absent all subjective feelings and emotion. Failing this, one is living in a fantasy wonderland.
   Now I know, that the founding fathers of America did not pledge their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to create a fantasy yet that is what the present day crop of American politicians would have us all believe like children with a fairytale story to believe in.    
   America  and it’s original system of government was not nor is not a fairytale unless they can get the majority of us to believe its so, like fairy-tales change over time to suit the public passions of the day. Bugs bunny doesn't look like bugs bunny anymore, and our Constitution doesn't look like our Constitution anymore either. That’s how I know we Americans are living in a fantasy as apposed to the undeniable self-evident truths we were founded on.
   Every American needs to ask ourselves if this was our destiny as seen by our founders or are we falling for a fairytale like children. I don't know about the rest of you but I'm ready to stand or fall based upon what I know to be the truth of Americas  past and what I know is to be our future.

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