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Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its many waters. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or it may be both. But it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has and it never will.

– Frederick Douglass

On June 23, 2005, the American people got a giant dose of reality when the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a crushing blow to freedom with the Kelo v. City of New London decision. I was probably one of the few who wasn’t surprised because, having been in the trenches darn near every day for the past 15 years in the “take back America” movement, I fully comprehend the bigger picture.

As I have written in past columns, the quest for a one-world government under communism is real and now it’s right in the face of the American people. The first plank of the communist manifesto is the abolition of private property for conversion to the state for the good of the state.

Both Sandra Day O’Connor and Council on Foreign Relations judicial turncoat, Ruth Bader Ginsberg should have been impeached immediately following the Lawrence v. Texas case. Instead, they were applauded by the perverted. There was a lot of blustering by members of Congress following the execution of Terri Shiavo, the lead twittering about an out-of-control judiciary was sung by Tom DeLay. Of course, as time has gone by, nothing has been done, but no doubt all of DeLay’s carefully planned photo ops and bluster further endeared him to the religious right and brought more money into his campaign coffers.

I belong to no political party – I left my life-long membership in the GOP in 1996 when I finally had enough of their lies. I’m Roman Catholic, hate abortion, believe sodomy is an abomination and that Terri Schiavo was murdered by a direct order from Judge George Greer. My blind loyalty is not to any political party, it is to God, country and family. Perhaps Americans should be reminded of these pearls of wisdom from America’s first president, George Washington:

Political parties (factions) are a source of corrupting evil, perhaps the greatest threat our new nation faces. Government leaders must be elected on their reputations for disinterested public service … [they] must pursue no partisan program … [their] only aim should be for the good of the nation as a whole.

Tragically, those words have become meaningless as both “main” political parties in this country have become nothing more than tools of the globalists who are a heartbeat away from completely destroying all that we hold dear.

Immediately following the Kelo decision, several members of Congress positioned themselves for the cameras, notably the very dangerous, anti-Constitution James Sensenbrenner. Tom DeLay led the pack and opined that the court had issued a “horrible decision” and he “hoped it would cause a backlash.” DeLay’s went on to say:

The only silver lining to this decision is the possibility that this time the court has finally gone too far and that the American people are ready to reassert their constitutional authority.

Someone forgot to tell DeLay that the Supreme Court has already overturned other attempts by Congress to supersede their decisions. They have become tyrants competing with each other.

So what did these bastions of constitutional law offer up as a solution? Another worthless Band-Aid. The House immediately approved by a vote of 231-189 to “bar federal transportation funds from being used to make improvements on lands seized via eminent domain for private development.” More useless legislation is in the works which would also ban the use of federal funds for any project as a result of the Kelo v. City of New London decision. “They’re going to have to find their own money, instead of coming to Washington,” said Rep. James Sensenbrenner, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

Big deal. For DeLay and Sensenbrenner to offer up such drivel is a slap in the face to those immediately impacted by the treasonous Kelo decision and will fix nothing. There is only one solution and it’s one that should have been enforced years ago: Impeach any Supreme Court justice who violates our God-given rights, the very plain and exact language of the U.S. Constitution, and is promoting a communist state.

Certainly removing a Supreme Court justice should not be undertaken lightly, but when any one of them so blatantly destroys the rights of any American, then it is the duty of Congress to remove them from the bench. Then, throw out the entire Congress with two exceptions, Ron Paul and Tom Tancredo.

America is dying from lack of courage by elected public servants. Congress, every state governor and 90 percent of all state legislators in office today are little more than pusillanimous individuals who serve anyone with enough money to buy their favors. Davy Crockett, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, Andy Jackson and James Madison would never have put up with these recent decisions by any Supreme Court justice, nor would they have participated in the complete destruction of this constitutional republic (we are not a democracy) via NAFTA, GATT and other one-world mechanisms jammed down America’s throat by a Republican-controlled Congress since 1994.

Time grows short – the Kelo decision isn’t the end, only the beginning.

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