The Power of Words..

According to Webster: pow·er,  (in context) Strength or force exerted or capable of being exerted.

Again, I am in (no way, ..shape, ..or form,) “shy” or “covert” about the fact that I am a (focused conservative). Nor am I (shy or covert) ..about the fact that I believe Barack Obama is the most destructive entity beset upon America since its inception.

Accordingly, by the power invested in me as a citizen of the United States of America, (a concerned) citizen, backed up by the guarantee of the First Amendment of our Constitution, I have been publishing (my views and my opinions) for the past 16 months via cyberspace.

During which time, I have endeavored to provide those that read my blather with an accuracy of the (facts) ..that are to often manipulated and blurred by the individuals, i.e., (talking heads) that read teleprompters. As for providing the truth, (in this day and age) to be as honest and as correct as possible, it is not only necessary, is (imperative) to define the truth?

According to Webster: truth, (the whole truth, ..and nothing but the truth) 1. Conformity to fact or actuality. 2. A statement proven to be or accepted as true. 3. Sincerity; integrity. 4. Fidelity to an original or a standard. 5. Reality; actuality.

Sounds pretty good the way Webster defines it, ..albeit, (in Truth) (no pun intended) with-in “our social structure,” ..the truth is too often obscured or denied to promote an agenda or conceal our misdeeds.

According to Webster: ac·tu·al·i·ty, The state or fact of being actual; reality.

According to Webster: sin·cer·i·ty, The quality or condition of being sincere; genuineness, honesty, and freedom from duplicity.

According to Webster: du·plic·i·ty, (in context) Deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech.

According to Webster: in·teg·ri·ty, Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.

According to Webster: fi·del·i·ty, Faithfulness to obligations, duties, or observances.

According to Webster: re·al·i·ty, The quality or state of being actual or true.

Now, to the fly in the ointment? In Webster’s second definition, he alludes to the “truth” as being; “A statement proven to be or (accepted) to be true.

According to Webster: ac·cept·ed, (in context) Widely encountered, ..used, ..or recognized.

With-in which of course, ..I personally see (nothing pertaining to fact or actuality).

Back to square one…

Hypothesizing, is (my personal opinion) ..that Barack Obama actually believes the babble that he explicates.

According to Webster: hy·poth·e·sis, A tentative explanation that accounts for a set of facts and can be tested by further investigation; ..a theory.

In the past weeks and days I have endeavored to illuminate the (life and agenda) ..of our current “Commander-in-Chief,” motivated (not only) by my “mistrust” of the man, ..but by my “disapproval” of him as well.

America is a Nation founded upon many principles, the least of which is not that; “all men are created equal.” (The truth) ..except for the fact that all men (are not) created equal, was a great line for Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg.

With no intent to diminish Abraham Lincoln or his speech at Gettysburg, ..reality is reality, ..and politicians are politicians.

From my personal encounters with education, (lacking as they may be,) I personally believe the accounts of Abraham Lincoln’s life and believe that he was a good man. Lincoln was a tall man for his day, ..standing to a height of 6’4″, ..he was easily picked out of a crowd. Thus, least when it came to stature, ..few men of the day equaled Abraham Lincoln. Albeit when it came to wealth, (especially in his youth) Lincoln was on the short end of the stick.

Nevertheless, he rose by his own hand to obtain the highest office in our nation, definitely a commendable achievement.

As opposed to our current “Commander-in-Chief,” Barack Obama, ..who, (at least in my opinion,) ..achieved access to the Oval Office by every trick and deception in the book.

Accordingly, when I get “feedback, and/or comments” from a reader, (other than a fan) I have absolutely no qualms about setting them straight…

Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.


 Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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