What if you are being lied to? Do we have a government of the people, by the people, and for the people?

What if you are being lied to daily?

What if the world is being reshaped by the Fabian Society? What if the transforming of America means giving up life, your life, liberty  and the pursuit of happiness? What if this reshaping means you no longer have the right to own private property or to vote in an election that has any meaning?

What if the majority of Americans today are actually against the liberal-progressive agenda and this idea that the majority have suddenly become liberal-progressives is a media-painted illusion? What if you are being lied to by media?

How would this illusion enable those who are doing the reshaping? How could government actually control media? What happens when a government is able to, by executive order, take money or property from a private citizen?

 What if the majority of Americans are actually against taxing one segment of Americans to give to another, against open borders, against disarming the American people, against continuing to spend money we do not have and borrowing from China to pay the interest on the trillions of dollars we already owe, and against doing away with the Constitution? What if Barack Obama is bankrupting America intentionally? How would Americans be able to stop any of the above at this point if the majority decides one or all should be stopped? Is it even possible?

These are the questions Americans should consider.

Personally, I think we would do well to stay with our Constitution and the freedom it has provided if there is a way to do so and I hope that the majority of Americans agree. Noticing the top fifteen political websites gives me hope that many, and maybe most Americans disagree with what Obama and Congress have been doing.

If the majority, as Democrats and media would have you believe, really are ready to be transformed and ready to give up the law that has guided our country for the past 237 years, wouldn’t we be wise to decide on a new course in an orderly and rational fashion? So far we have been letting one man decide by executive order or a hap-hazard group of career politicians decide in hit or miss fashion. In some cases courts, that may or may not have the countries best interest at heart, have legislated rather than acting in a judicial manner? Our founding fathers spent long hours praying and working to write the Constitution and see that freedom could not easily be snatched from American citizens. Surely we owe future generations as much. 

Before you decide that it is okay to throw away 237 years of freedom, perhaps you should consider the original question:

What if you are being lied to?

If the answer should be “yes”, what then? Where do we go from here?


About jlue

I am a grandmother of seven and I like to garden, read, study the Bible, and spend time with family. I am not very politically active, but very interested in who is elected to lead our country.
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7 Responses to What if you are being lied to? Do we have a government of the people, by the people, and for the people?

  1. Hello jlue! The country is better off since Obama became president. Prior to O taking over, the stock market went into the tank. The auto industry was on the verge of collapse. Manufacturing and housing declined beyond belief. Today the stock market, is riding high, the auto industry and manufacturing are back, and housing is on the rise again. In addition, more than half of the jobs lost as a result of the Bush economic disaster have returned and most of all I have re-cooped over $50,000 I had lost from my 401K. We still have a long way to go. The economy is still fragile, but we are on the right track.

    Majority of the American people agrees with this president. As a matter of fact, if Republicans had not gerrymander some of the districts Nancy would be the Speaker of the House.


    • jlue says:

      Economically we have recovered to the point we are almost back to where we were when Obama took office except we are deeper in debt, if that is our yardstick for measuring success.

      When Obama took office in 2009 unemployment was 7.8 percent.

      One year later, unemployment is 7.8 percent. CBS NEWS

      When Obama took office in 2009 gasoline was $1.90/gallon. One year later gasoline is $3.30 a gallon. Consumer Energy Report

      The consumer price index was at 211.143 January 2009. December 2012 consumer price index was 229.601.

      In January 2009 our national debt was 10.0 trillion dollars.

      Politically we are more divided than we have been since Lincoln left office.

      Spiritually I believe we have offended the Lord more than at any time since our founding with such things as the “morning after pill” now causing it to be impossible to even record the number of abortions and homosexual behavior considered acceptable by many in the church. I just read a book by Kyle Idleman called Not A Fan. I fear it may describe the current state of the church in our country. I don’t blame President Obama for all of this, but certainly as the leader, he is responsible for much of the direction we are going.

      Still, he is a symptom, not the illness. God allows a nation to go in the direction the people choose. We have chosen to go astray and the Lord has given us our head. We are headed for destruction.

      Let them alone. They are blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind leads the blind, both will fall into a ditch.” Matthew 15:14


      I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish. Luke 13:3


      • Jlue, let’s be honest. The price of gas does not have anything to do with this president. Furthermore, this president did not invent the morning after pills. He did not legalize abortion and he did not institute same sex marriage. We know homosexuality has plagued the earth since before God destroy Sodom. I do not always agree with this president, but I think the biggest mistake he has mandate on contraception.

        NB: I hold no grudge toward you. I love reading your posts. You make me laugh most of the time when you go political…God blesses.


      • jlue says:

        Obama did not invent the morning after pill. That is good to know, neither did I, but I often read Lifenews.com. I think they usually get it right and Obama is guilty when it comes to escalating women’s access to free and easy abortions in the USA. Obama is guilty when it comes to promoting homosexual conduct as acceptable behavior. Yes, it has plagued the earth, but it hasn’t been considered acceptable behavior and taught as such until the last few decades. Obama did not usher this in, but he is the first president to endorse such. He is a wonderful family man with his own family, it seems, but his values are not my own.

        I thought gas prices had nothing to do with Bush either, but every Democrat said they did. 🙂

        We are a sadly divided and hypocritical nation, but I should not have used gas prices as a measure of Obama’s presidency. I think what he does economically in the next four years will be the real measure of whether or not he is interested in helping America regain good economical ground, but I do disagree with taxing one segment to give to another. I think that diminishes both groups. I believe that the happiest people are those who are treated equally and have equal opportunity.


      • jlue says:

        Noel, I appreciate you. Thanks for commenting.


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