Saturday, July 10, 2010

Where is the Tea Part Strongest?

There are some states that take the Constitution and Bill of Right to heart and then there are states where the people have no idea what they are all about. This video shows how divided this country has become. It's so sad that we have lost track of our identity defined by our self evident inalienable rights that we are born with. They aren't granted to us by government, they can't be given away, taken away, voted away or legislated away.

They belong to each and every one of us individually. Yet, we are a country divided by those who believe that some have more rights than others, that some have the right to expect that others pay their way in life, that the unknown entity called government has the right to take from you and give to another.

The Tea Party people will succeed only when they all come together on the one issue. We all have the inalienable right to live our life as we see fit, as long as we don't infringe on another. We have the right to succeed or fail and suffer the consequences of either without government interference.

inalienable |inˈālēənəbəl|adjective
unable to be taken away from or given away by the possessor freedom of religion, the most inalienable of all human rights.