Sunday, May 23, 2010

American Government -- A Republic If You Can Keep It



H/T lifeandliberty.org

7 comments:

The Conservative Lady said...

Thanks for posting this, Teresa. It bugs me to no end when people say we are a democracy.
We are back in NJ for the summer and tomorrow we are going to The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia with some of our friends from CA. We have never been there and are looking forward to the visit. Coincidentally, they have a special exhibit there between Feb 19-Aug 1, 2010 called, "Ancient Rome & America" that showcases the cultural, political and social connections between the lost world of ancient Rome and modern America. After watching this video, I know the story already. Sounds like we're on the same path as ancient Rome.
I'm going to link to your post over at TCL FB page and include the video.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

The leftist have done their job well, screwing up the minds of the American citizens.

For a long time now, I have been trying to tell people that the United States under the administration of Woodrow Wilson, stopped functioning as a Constitutional Republic and began illegally to function as a Democracy, on December 23, 1913 (I'll leave it to your readers to do their own investigation to discover what took place on that day) which the founders warned never to let happen.

Quite Rightly said...

Wow. This is a fantastic video Teresa. Thanks for posting it. Now I'm going to look up December 23, 1913!

Teresa said...

Conservative Lady,
I hope you take pictures at The National Constitution Center and post some on your blog. Have a wonderful time!

I guess some individuals weren't taught proper U.S. history. Ya know how good our education system is (sarcasm)?

Thank you for passing the video along and for the link.

Teresa said...

Most Rev. Gregori,

"The leftist have done their job well, screwing up the minds of the American citizens."

You can say that again.

Teresa said...

Quite Rightly,
I'm going to have to look up that date also.

Trestin Meacham said...

I love this! It's one of the reasons I joined the John Birch Society.