My thoughts on being an American
(I’m not being critical, nor promoting Bush with the above photo. I was looking for a picture of Uncle Sam and found the above here.)
Direct cause and effect
Lodge a complaint or piss off a powerful official and something happens to you.
I see it over and over.
So, knowing and seeing that, can I say we are truly free in America?
No, I can’t.
If those that have positions are allowed to decide who lives, who dies, who does well, who does not, who goes away to prison, who does not, then those people are first class and all others are second class.
For those of you expecting America and its officials to act as advertised, seeing that it doesn’t, and then demanding that it does, there are arrests, prison, and worse for you.
Those that govern do so with our consent. When too much of our money and tolls on our families and personal existence are taken, we the people stand together.
We should do more to peaceably exert change for the common good before it is too late.
Freedom and rights aren’t guaranteed and do not exist if they’re not protected nor fought for.
Being forever vigilant and questioning authority is American, not Fat, Lazy, and Stupid.
-Steven G. Erickson aka Vikingas
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US World Police and Jailers
Getting Involved in the Legislative Process and/or Complaining about Officials can be detrimental to your quality of life, credit, retirement, your family, and in extreme cases may cost you your life, even in America.
(The Steven G. Erickson, Christopher Kennedy, Mark Gaines, Donny Christmas, William “Bill” Mulready stories. Includes my picture while I’m enjoying a dark brew)
Ethics and Rowland-gate
Connecticut Judges, HOWARD SCHEINBLUM and JONATHAN J. KAPLAN were named as defendents in this Federal RICO civil suit.
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Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell shaking hands with Steven G. Erickson 12:15 PM EST July 1, 2005
I brought up Chris Kennedy.