December 7th, 1942 was the day that the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. It was said to be a day that would live in infamy.
Indeed, the war should have been hindered before it got as bad as it did. However, cowardly Neville Chamberlain decided he wanted “Peace in Our Time”, caving to Hitler. He thus allowed Hitler to get more powerful.
We eventually won World War II, though it was costly, but worth it. We vowed that we would never forget Pearl Harbor.
Years later, on September 11th, 2001, we were once more attacked by surprise. Some terrorists, who had gotten into the country by overstaying their immigrant visas and not being deported due to corruption in the immigration system, attacked the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. Once more, the nation was driven closer together amidst the tragedy. It was ok to say “God Bless America”. Once more, we vowed that we would never forget.
However, fast forward to the third day that will, hopefully, live in infamy: January 20th, 2009. Then, America swore in as President its biggest traitor ever, surpassing even Benedict Arnold. His “Hope and Change” his caused all the unity we had on 9/11 to go away. We became more and more divided. His media and academia allies backed him and helped aide the division.
Then, fast forward to the fourth day to live in infamy: yesterday, September 10th, 2015. Yesterday, thanks to the cowardice of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and 41 Democrats, we now are risking having a so-called deal that will give our enemies in Iran a path to getting nukes (not to mention over $100 billion). They sold us out for whatever reason (possibly corporate guys who wanted the Iranian sanctions to be lifted and put money ahead of decency and country). Now, unless Israel destroys Iran’s nukes, we could be facing a nuclear World War III. We would likely have faced a war with Iran anyway (they are chanting “Death to America” after all), but they just made it worse.
So, what should we do? I think, to honor the fallen in Pearl Harbor and 9/11, we should ensure that they didn’t die in vain and help keep America free by reining in our tyrannical federal government.
Again, I believe that we need to use the Article V state convention process is the only way to restore the checks and balances to our federal government.
God Bless America!