I feel sorry for folks like Romney.
He isn't his own person, he has extremely powerful influences around him that ultimately control his existence to a very great extent.
I honestly wouldn't wish that on anyone (slavery).
I pity my fellow man when he does not own himself.
Ill will serves our interests very little, and instead we should try to free these individuals while we are trying to free ourselves.
Blame, we can blame any one at any time. But what will it achieve us for liberation? Not much it appears.
What we need are real solutions, prudence, and discretion. Forgiveness has to be a part of this or else we will never really get out of the clutches
of our own vengeance.
You have to really look into who is at fault here, and it is true we are all guilty of something. No one is perfect. The point of liberty is to usher
in a golden age of peace and prosperity, not to spend all of our time punishing people we believe created the crisis we find ourselves all in today.
What does vengeance bring?
What does forgiveness bring?
When I say forgive, that does not mean to allow them to continue running the show. Then they would just repeat the crimes again tomorrow. This type of
amnesty is a one time deal. A second offense is far more grave as breaking the amnesty agreement would be the apex.
But I am quite convinced that forgiveness and amnesty is the only way out of this mess.
And with our gesture of good will, they can kindly step down as a return gesture of greater good will, and then we can all have a better opportunity
at making a better world tomorrow. Sure no one ever lives happily ever after, but such a bold move would improve the odds of better living standards
and ultimate survival chance of the species in the long run.
Vengeance is not always a vice however. When it comes down to the bottom line, if they refuse to halt the tyranny, than it is inevitable that
vengeance, the last resort, will coalesce. I do not wish to see my peoples crushed under their own hand. But I am certain that many other individuals
who do not exercise the mercy and grace that I may will act upon their instinctual drive for survival in very questionable ways.
I know it's quite the tall order, but as JFK famously said
"We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon, we choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because
they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that
challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too."
And attaining liberty equal to going to the moon in a lot of ways.
The seemingly impossible challenge.
Just within our grasp, but yet so far outside of it.
And (if they actually went) to the moon, than this is the same manner of which we will attain liberty. By hard work, sleepless nights, blood sweat and
tears. The whole gamut.
I have had my fair share of anger, and I have hated many individuals on many occasions, some times quite strongly. But today I stand in stark
contrast, seeing the folly of my own mistakes.
Don't hate Romney- FREE him!