An Open Letter to the Congress of the United States
The Vote Heard Around the World
January 12, 2010
by Peggy Newbrough
I’m sure it was accidental when you declared war on the American people. I’m positive you didn’t intend to turn the citizens of the United States against their own government, to create such an atmosphere of distrust for elected officials that we wake up each day afraid to read the headlines and find out which new “laws” you’ve conspired to pass in the dead of night.
Strong words you say? Webster defines war as: a: a state of hostility, conflict, or antagonism b : a struggle or competition between opposing forces or for a particular end.
But it’s our move now as citizens scramble to get the word out to the public. We’ll use every peaceful means possible to stop this takeover of our beloved country. There are thousands of journalists who weren’t bought off by this corrupt administration who will fight you in print, they’ll call you out and expose your tyranny and Gestapo tactics.
There are millions of citizens who will fight with marches, protests, and with conversations in their homes, offices or churches. They will expose you for every evil action you’ve taken and your unforgivable goal of ruling a once-free nation. And the states will fight back with the 10th amendment, by challenging the constitutionality of this monster with all its backroom deals to buy votes with our own money.
Finally, we’ll fight you at the ballot box and the voter fraud you’ve funded and the illegals you co-opt won’t be enough to save you from the people’s revenge. So make no mistake, we’ll fight your tyranny and we will win because there is a fatal flaw in your battle plan, you’ve underestimated the will of the American people and the spirit of freedom.
You’ve underestimated your enemy.