-Thom Spencer Speech
-The Patriot Newsmen
-Action for Bush
I feel it in the air. I hear it ringing in voices of the people who are angry, fed up, the people who have had it. The people who I talk to. The people at the rally. The people who call into talk radio stations from all over the nation. I see it in the face of a man willing to risk his job to save his God-given rights.
The spark of patriotism still burns in us, this same spark that ignited our American fore fathers into fighting, bleeding, and dying for truth. The spark that kept them fed through the crossing in the Mayflower and on hundreds of other boats, ships, rafts, and airplanes. The spark that kept them warm during the harsh winters in New England as they marched, feet bundled in rags, through the snow to their deaths. The spark that kept them resolute as they took aim at their own brothers, fathers, and sons in Gettysburg. The very same spark which tied them to home as they slipped through the freezing waters, muck, and the hailstorm of bullets in Normandy.
It is this same spark all freedom-lovers posses. The very thing that drove us, our parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents from their homes and loved ones, to come to this wonderful nation, for freedom -- it is this spark which lives in us as well. We understand how precious a thing it is to be free, to live in this God-graced land, where we have an unalienable right to seek after our own forms of happiness, however ridiculous, greedy, foolish, or mundane those pursuits may be.
No all of us felt this spark at first, but as things worsen, we feel it so strongly that apathy no longer has hold on us. We are moved to action. As the spark is fueled by the very people who wish to oppress us, we are joining together. We realize that if something isn't done soon, we will lose everything there is left to lose. For what is more important than our freedom?
This is our motivator, this spark. We may not be called to the physical fights of the past. We may not be required to brave the elements, or to kill, or to be wounded or killed. But we are called now to raise our voices, to speak more loudly than they -- and while this may seem impossible, it is not. We have strength in numbers and in the passion of our numbers. It is our Nation. We, The People, inherited it. Will we let it pass into the hands of the powerful through the largest estate tax ever imposed?
Rights are not something that can be granted. When someone has to grant us our rights, we have no real rights. These are our rights. Unalienable means they can not be taken away by any force. They live within everyone all over the world. But when a government fails to acknowledge these rights, it is The People's responsibility to assert them.
We will take back our right to exercise religion freely, for there is nothing wrong with spiritual faith.
We will take back our right to our opinions, for they are not evil, bigoted or crazy.
We will take back our right to assemble, for we are Patriots.
We will take back our right to a free press, for people wish to hear all sides.
We will take back our right to keep and bear firearms, for these rights need be protected.
We will take back our right to own and keep property without government interference, for land is the basis of all prosperity.
We will take back our right to privacy, for our lives are not subject to the whims of the State.
We will take back our right to justice, for our children deserve protection both from criminals and from the State.
We will take back our right to a speedy execution of the law, for no man deserves to become a slave to the bureaucratic chains of the State.
We will take back our right to pursue happiness without excessive regulation, for to stifle the spirit of an innocent man is indeed cruel, unusual, and unwarrented punishment.
And finally, we will take back all other rights which are not specified in the constitution, for even though they were not expressly defined in this glorious document, they are still our unalienable rights, ungrantable by any Government.
We have reached a point where our tiny whispers and slow persuations are completely ineffective. We have reached the point about which Thomas Paine said, "When all other rights are taken away, the right of rebellion is made perfect." All of our rights have been infringed. Now is the time to exercise our right to rebel, as did the colonists, the slaves, the industrial workers, women, and Americans of color. All were oppressed, all were robbed of their rights.
As are we.
We will use our voices and our assemblies to carry this message to our Leaders and the Corporations who support them. To the Socialist Media and the Advertisers who support them. And most importantly, to The People, who comprise this land, and whose rights we have all lost equally.
America has fallen prey to deception. At no other time has vote fraud run as rampant or been on such a massive scale. The current laws and policies in most counties do little to protect against it. I already feel my one vote is a tiny thing, but when some people are taking more than their share, my vote becomes meaningless. And so does yours.
Yet most of us don't even think about it. We blindly cast our votes, year after year, and then go home to watch the results pour in, ever trusting in our sound political system, believing the election officials have everything under control. We did our job. We read, we studied, we watched TV commercials and we voted.
Well, recently I started thinking about it.
This website is for anyone interested in vote fraud. I think any kind of vote fraud is wrong, no matter which way it is pointed. It is the worst kind of cheating in the most important game a Nation can play.
Important: Mathematical Evidence that Palm Beach County should be called the "Vote Fraud Capital of the World!
And a little Palm Beach humor...
- Jim Condit, "Fair Elections Crusader" as quoted from an interview with World Net Daily.
Last update Tuesday, 28-Nov-2000 00:12:59 PST