Is Washington D.C. no longer an American city? Has it evolved from receiving its gift of our most famous founder’s name, to become so separated from the American people that it no longer can relate to them? Can the little city officials (public servants) no longer relate to the only source of power from which they derive their somewhat dubious power? Do they no longer acknowledge the only force that ‘grants’ them ‘temporary’ positions? Are they now making a habit of disregarding the only source of the real power in this entire country, including D.C.? Do they really believe that they will determine what the City will (or won’t) be in the future?
Then this cannot possibly turn out well for these poor souls.
I found this article extremely interesting. The people who are ‘temporarily’ entrusted with the city’s well-being, should pause to take stock. Not of its defenses (although that might not be a bad idea), but of their own lives. Just who are they? Just who do they think they are?
The officials in the District of Columbia (quickly becoming known as the District of Criminals due to their own actions) reportedly has granted the American Muslim Political Action Committee a permit for the Million Americans Against Fear rally, formerly known as the Million Mooslim March, for Wednesday on the National Mall,
Are they not educated enough to know that America is a Christian country, and not Muslim? Do they not realize that this country will never be a Muslim country? Do they not realize that we are at war with Mooslim countries, and the heathens that occupy them? Do they not, then, know who they serve?
What is it that makes these people do such things? The answer to that question is simple. They do not fear the people. Let their President’s actions in Syria spiral out of control, and they might quickly discover that this was their fatal mistake.
Perhaps they should reassess their decision making processes. For their names and faces are well known by now, and even this is due to their own (self-acknowledged) thirst for publicity and pomp.
Which could be their second fatal mistake.