We The People

We The People

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

November 16, 2016

Spawn of Hatred

By Tammy Derouin

The American people made a very important statement.   The time has come to reclaim our government.  The people have had enough of runaway lawlessness.  We are fed up with the corruption, scandals, targeting, weakening, dictatorial actions and the suicidal course put before us by the Obama administration.  We refused to transfer our future to a different vehicle going down the same dark, destructive path.

The awakening has begun. Our course had to be altered before we found ourselves forever lost in darkness.  There is hope that we can, over time, recover from the damage and willful attempts to destroy our country by those who currently dwell within our government.  It’s not going to be easy and it isn’t going to happen overnight.  The first step is to identify the problem.  The second step is to remove it from our system.  A nationwide decision was cast to take back our lives, our future and our country. 
Our founding fathers established a revolutionary system of governance.  We were to be a land of laws not of men.  We must restrict and restrain our government within the confines of the Constitution.  Actions, laws and policy must be made within the boundaries of the Constitution regardless of party lines.  We the people control the government but, we must learn and understand the Constitution in order to uphold it.

These past eight years have been extremely difficult.  We watched as our nation changed and transformed into a system of government so distant from our founding principles.  It was difficult to watch dependency replace independence and willful enslavement replace freedom.  Lawlessness was applauded and those who stood for truth and justice were vilified.  Facts became irrelevant and fiction was becoming reality.   

What I found most astonishing was the influence of hatred and how it took hold of so many.  So many Americans were used and allowed themselves to be used by their own party.  They were used to stir up problems and create unrest against fellow Americans. Destructive actions were being encouraged as false narratives were being created.  This sent shock waves of hate and destruction through many American cities.  Hatred and unrest did not rise to such levels without help.  It was carefully cultivated.  History will trace the spawn of hatred to the Obama administration.   


Watching the aftermath of the election has only reinforced the hypocrisy of the Liberal Left.  A political party which claims peace, love and tolerance, has been proving for years to be quite the opposite.  Peace, love and tolerance only apply to those who think and believe as they believe.  If you dare to think outside of their political sphere, you are quickly labeled as a racist, bigot or you have some kind of imaginary phobia. 

I get that the Democrats, which are acting more like anarchist, are unhappy about the outcome of the election.  They are fearful of losing their pacifier; their mascot who preached, it’s not you it’s them.  The party of government dependency and the creator of the weak generation are certainly showing off their finest in streets around the country.  It didn’t go their way so they are destroying property and are calling for the death of those who did not vote as they did or share the same ideology.  This is peace, love and tolerance?  It’s extremely dangerous behavior and you do not have to travel too far back in time to witness the consequences.

The response I keep hearing is that the Republicans would be upset if they didn’t win.  Yes, it would have been very difficult to grasp that our nation would desire to stay on a suicidal path, continuing the decent into darkness.  But, the actions would be much different.  Republicans did not riot and destroy their community after Obama was elected, twice.  Republicans didn’t riot when criminals were celebrated and the police were being turned into the enemy.  Republicans aren’t burning the American flag or showing disrespect to the very symbols and traditions which give you the right to speak freely and independently.

No system is perfect.  If you can find a better one, you are free to go.  All those so called celebrities who declared they would leave if the country didn’t vote their way are probably going to stay.   Because when it comes right down to it, we all know the truth; we live in the best country in the world. 

No other country acknowledges and protects your God-given natural rights. The U.S. Constitution is only as strong as the will of the people.  The people must be vigilant or tyranny will settle in and fundamentally transform our nation.

“The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government.”


Thomas Jefferson