Posted on October 16 2011 – 11:34 PM – Posted by: Submissions
Life is a mirror, and Sarah instinctively knows she is reflecting our goodness, strength, courage and love of country. I absolutely understand and support Sarah’s decision not to run for President “at this time.” Remember that: “at this time.” 2008 opened the collective American mind to the massive, systemic corruption in our government, politics, corporations, media and financial institutions and, sad to say, to the large American populace that actively participated in voter and caucus fraud to put such an incompetent, inexperienced narcissistic puppet of the oligarchy in our White House. Sarah did her homework for three years and wisely chose the path of greatest success for now. Good on her.
Good on you, C4P, and the many other ordinary barbarians who rose up in 2008 and said, yes, Sarah is America and we are, too. I am a survivor of the Dem primaries, where the DNC, media, Congress members, puppet master corporate donors, illegal foreign money, Chicago thugs and millions of willing citizens all colluded to steal the nomination from Hillary while attacking her and her family with such viciousness the likes of which I have never heard or seen… until we all met Sarah.
Sarah isn’t saying she won’t ever run for office again. Sarah is saying We the People must participate fully in the governement WE the People created! WE must do the daily hard work of electing constitutional conservatives to school boards, city councils, state legislatures, governorships and Congress, in order to reform and restore America. WE must kick out the thugs, corruptocrats, socialists and evil foreign influences threatening our very existence. WE must be willing to stand strong and fight long for years, as our Founders did, to restore the America they envisioned. The Stamp Act was 1765; the Boston Tea Party was 1773; the U.S. Constitution was 1787. Forming a country takes decades. Losing it bit by bit to this tipping point takes decades. Winning it back, stronger than ever, could take decades if we don’t commit a good part of “our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor” to it from this day forward.
If WE want our country back, WE have to take it back, one conversation, one meeting, one piece of research, one long day as an election judge, one letter to the editor at a time. Sarah is not in charge; WE are. Sarah is not our savior, our messiah, our false god, our only hope. When WE take over the often tedious daily work of gathering information, setting up data bases, collecting legal political donations $25 at a time from tens of millions of consitutionally conservative Americans, answering the same questions for the umpteenth time, stating the issues, records and policies of those we want to serve in our best and highest good, Sarah and other like-minded natural leaders will step up and captain our ship of state. Sarah doesn’t have anything to prove to us. WE have much to prove to her. We build the ship; she will take the helm.
So, who among us will divide up the work and captatin the ship to victory in 2016? Election laws and rules, including filing deadlines, caucus (totally unfair and easily manipulated) and primary (one person, one vote) procedures, precinct captains, election judges, credential challenges to both candidates and voters (like living in one’s precinct vs. crossing boundaries to illegally participate in caucus or primary states), legal financing, PACs, easily hacked voting machines and closely following state party bosses and pols who move up primary dates to promote their candidate and eliminate the people’s choice are all elements of our democratic Republic.
Obama, the most imcompetent, inarticulate, anti-American politician of my lifetime, had the DNC, the GOP (believe it or not), the media, Wall Street, major corporations, big money and celebrity worshipping minions behind him. Sarah has had the good will and some hard work of a good people behind her, and it is not enough. Nowhere near enough. To those many good folks waiting to donate to Sarah’s presidential campaign if she had chosen to run now, thank you, and please know that it takes millions and millions to start up a presidential campaign, way before the primaries begin. To those who thought much of the volunteering begins after a candidate is nominated, it begins years before then.