We have shamed our forefathers with NDAA law
The NDAA law that was signed into law last week by Barak Hussein Obama has removed yet another liberty from us by making it possible for the Federal Government to arrest and detain indefinitely, ANYONE suspected of terrorism and the arrests can be carried out by the military as well as local and state authorities (if you are unfamiliar with this, please Google it and get up to speed). This is akin to George Orwell’s 1984 or real-life stories of the Nazi SS. You only need to be accused; just imagine the implications of that.
We have shamed the memories of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson by allowing the Federal Government to take power over the states and we have shamed the memories of those who died at the Alamo and San Jacinto by allowing our republic to be “cheaply bought” by the United States. Finally, we have shamed our creator by allowing others to steal our freedom and imprison us with their thoughts and deeds.
We need not wear the garments of shame that have been sewn for us by others and we need not continue to live in tyranny. If we seek to be honest, honorable people, as we were created to be, we must be willing to openly declare it by demanding a referendum to set the great republic of Texas free once more.
John D. Schutt