December 1, 2009
A recent Rasmussen poll reports that 71% of American voters are angry with the current policies of the federal government.
Anger is a warning sign that something is wrong and the United States of America is an angry nation.
The ire of the American voter should be sending a message to President Obama’s Administration and the members of the United States Congress.
Many people are uncomfortable-intimidated with the expression of anger or they just do not understand its relevance in life.
Anger is what occurs when we sense something has gone wrong and the greater the wrong-the greater the anger.
Anger can be unpleasant and uncomfortable and unsettling, that is of necessity even vital to alert us to wrong doing and danger. It moves us to action against these wrongs and dangers in this case against the wrongs of an unrepresentative, unaccountable, and elitist federal government moving our nation toward the dangers of socialism.
The American Colonies were founded by angry men and women, who forsook all kindred, lands and nation to sail around the world seeking a new land to pursue social and religious freedom.
The United States of America was founded by angry men and women, who committed their fortunes and lives to wage war against tyranny and to establish a free nation and free society; free to worship God and free to pursue their own destiny.
The United States of America was torn asunder over slavery, where angry men and women north and south fought for the freedom of African-Americans.
The United States of America was forced to face its duplicity, when angry men and women united peacefully in protest until African-Americans were allowed to participate in all areas of society freely.
Many other times in our American history there have been angry men and women committing their fortunes and risking all even to the death to create an even more free nation.
These American men and women were moved to action from an outrage, from anger, from a righteous indignation at government’s lack of justice, morality, equality, and representation.
The majority of American voters are angry, nearly half of Americans are very angry with the policies of the federal government.
The American ire has championed so much for freedom for the United States, the land of the free and home of the brave.
The United States is yet a young nation and not so far removed from its Founding Fathers’ beliefs and self-evident truths.
An indifferent Obama Administration and United States Congress are headed into a ‘Perfect Storm’ of American aggression that will play out in the elections of 2010 and 2012.
The United States of America is an angry nation ready for real change instead of the wrongful radical liberal policies moving toward the dangers of socialism.
Randy Driver – Driver Post