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Saturday, September 4, 2010

The Hardest Decision Of My Life

I believe in Chuck Baldwin. I believe in him because he not only talks the talk, he walks the walk. I believe in him because he is aware of his blessings and his faith and trust in God is without question. He is willing to go where God leads him, he is willing to be unpopular with the masses of the uneducated and unwilling Americans.
At one of the events at which he was the speaker, right here in Montgomery, he convinced me that I should start to think about voting with my money and feet, rather than the ballot box. The powers that be in both parties have already hand picked the New World Order Candidates. I am firmly convinced we will not change that. Sarah Palin is being groomed by Henry Kissinger and the CFR right now to be the new darling of the NWO. Americans will fall for this as we have for almost the past 100 years.
I wish the Baldwin family much success and I know God has their lives and livelihoods in His hands. They will be fine.
I am going to start campaigning in my family to do the very same thing as the Baldwins and I will contribute to Chuck Baldwin until the time comes that our family can join theirs in the great state of Montana.
God Speed Baldwin Family.

The Hardest Decision Of My Life

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About DD for Liberty

We render unto Caesar, but we write Caesar's laws.
We should write and uphold laws that go no further than protecting your God given right to life, liberty and property, the pursuit of happiness.
I am a wife and mother that wants the best for her family. The best as I see it is for Government to get out of the way.
God is our protector and has equipped us with all the faculties and means necessary for a productive and free life and I need no man to tell my family what is best for them.
I am a Patriot and Libertarian.
I am a fan of the greatest Peacemaker Jesus.
Taxation is theft.
If you seek security over liberty you deserve neither.
My favorite quote:

“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animating contest of freedom, — go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!”~Samuel Adams

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