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"Twas the night before election

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posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 12:47 PM
'Twas the night before election and all through the land,
not a person was stirring, no one would take a stand.
The constitution lay bleeding from abuse and neglect,
we had elected a man we thought was perfect.
Our rights had been trampled, our savings run dry,
Our movements are tracked by drones in the sky.

We wasted our birthright, we accepted the change.
We trusted our leaders who are really to blame.
Now we sit and we watch lady liberty cry,
we just gave up, we didn't even try.
The blood of our ancestors is now on our hands,
Corporations are now rulers of this once great land.

The time has come for change to appear,
will you join in, or cower in fear?
Our lady is pleading for help from her people,
are you willing to assist, or die as a sheeple?
So gather together and be a nation as one,
let them know we are agnry, they have not won.

Rise up to the people our fore fathers knew we could be,
Take back your freedoms, your land and be free.
For what is the price of liberty if we cease to be free?

posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 07:15 PM
I applaud your sentiment, haavik, but I nonetheless suspect that the main reason why you persist with it, is simply because you haven't savoured the experience of being necklifted by a 150 kg police officer, yet.

But don't worry; the way you're going, it will happen.

posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 08:14 AM
I persist with it because it is right and true. No man will shake my conviction, regardless of force or threat. Our pansied citizens have forgotten what it means to be an American. They don't know what it means to fight for freedom and liberty. As Braveheart said, you can't take my freedom!


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