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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

ROOT HOG OR DIE

Taking a Break to Rant and Rave for a bit !!


 

"Root, hog, or die" ~ Was Lincoln's suggestion to illiterate and property less ex-slaves unprepared for freedom, February 3, 1865.

I was taught that Lincoln came out of the womb shouting "Free the slaves," but the reality could have been; since he couldn't afford slaves he were again it.

It is easy to say you are against something when you are not profiting from it which was the case with Lincoln. When he became empowered as president he forced high taxation on the South for the benefit of the North.

He only became against slavery when the political pressure from northern financial giants forced him to capitulate to their demands and adapt a new position.

"I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the states where it exists.  I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.  I have no objection to its being made express and irrevocable." ~ Lincoln, speaking in regards to slavery and in support of a proposed Thirteenth Amendment to explicitly guarantee slavery."

This war instigated by the bankers and associates was wrapped and covered up in an issue that had to be resolved at some point it time.  At the wars end these northern vultures were primed for the second invasion of the south aptly named "the carpetbaggers."

Sherman's march destroyed the economy of the south and the 'Carpetbaggers" picked through the bones.

In this day and age it is unthinkable for one person to own an another and yet the elected leader of this country owns us all.

He by executive order can control us as if we were in chains. Taxes were the main issue in the civil war and taxes are the main issue in the coming election.  I for one am tired of having to vote for the lesser of two evils.


 

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