Wednesday, April 12, 2006

I Want My Country Back

The following is an excellent rant by 760 KFMB's Rick Roberts. It's a lot more succinct and a lot less vulgar than anything I would write. For example, I would have called this speech "I Want My Country Back, Motherfuckers," and it would have been peppered with lots of filthy words like "dicktard" and "orally stimulated spasming assgasm" to describe certain people and organizations. Anyway, it's a good rant, and if you agree with it, you can go here, sign an online petition, and get an "I Want My Country Back" bumper sticker.

"I Want My Country Back"
Rick Roberts

I don’t mean to go off on a rant here, but here’s the bottom line, I want my country back.

I want my kids to be able to walk to the store or walk to school without being abducted by some 3-time convicted child molester. And the politically correct powers that be in this country just can’t seem to get over themselves with “CAN’T WE JUST HELP THIS PERSON!” No! You can’t. But they’re let loose to prey on more children.

I want my kids back. I want my country back.

I don’t agree with everything this President does. I’ve never agreed with anything 100% that any President has done or said.

You know, I was very young during the Vietnam War. So I probably missed that thing by a hair. I don’t know whether I would have agreed with that or not at the time. I was too stupid to have an opinion at that point and time even though I thought I did.

I want my country back.

I want some semblance of respect for authority, whether I agree with it all or not.

I want the Boy Scouts to be “boy” scouts, not boy and “we think she’s a girl” scouts. I want Girl Scouts to be “girl” scouts not Girl Scouts and “Bruce.”

I want my country back.

I want to be able to wake up in the morning knowing that I can walk outside without some gang-banger on parole taking my life.

Or being able to go down and purchase a car without having to worry about you know 90% of the parts being made overseas in some sweatshop.

I want my politicians, when they finally do get my vote, to do what the hell they said they were going to do in the first place.

I want the Abramoff’s of the world to be labeled what they…nothing more than organized crime in a better suit.

I want the Hollywood elite to make movies to entertain me. Not use their celebrity to sway me politically one way or the other.

Quite honestly, if you’re a has-been-pseudo-celebrity I want you to go away quietly, so that I can remember you fondly through your “artiste work” that’s left in the archives.

I want people to say something and when they say something look at me in the eye. And mean what they say. Not say what they think I want to hear. And then do what they want to later politically or any other way.

I want to be able to go out and work and make a decent wage and buy a home. Half the people that are listening to me right now can’t even afford to buy a house unless they’re working three jobs.

And I want America to be America. All of those opportunities, all of those things that made her great, I want those returned to the forefront. If you want to come to this country we welcome you with open arms. We simply ask that you abide by our laws. I don’t want you to snub your nose at our laws, then take advantage of our opportunities, and then cling to the constitution most of which you can’t even read because you don’t speak the language.

I want us to secure our borders because the country is worth securing. The people that live here are worth protecting.

I want my country back. I want my children back.

I want some semblance of what this country used to be.

It’s worth protecting. It’s worth defending.

I don’t recognize this country anymore.

Not politically, not philosophically, not spiritually.

Whether you like it or whether you don’t God was a part of building this great nation. To remove him is to take away the very foundation of what this country was all about.

I don’t care about your political correctness!

I don’t want to know your sexual preference!

I could care less about all of that. Stop making it the headline of the day!

That’s not America.

I want my country back!

And the only way I’m ever going to be able to get this country back is if I reach out to the brothers and the sisters that all feel the same way and we say “Hell No! You can’t have our country.”

It’s not for sale! Take the price tag off this country!

Take the price tag off the heads of our children!

Stop it already!

The politically-correct-psychobabble-hug-a-tree-experts ; You are not qualified to release sex offenders back into our neighborhoods.

The southern border, more than any other border, needs to be secured tomorrow. For all those that wish to come to this country to take advantage of her opportunity, to live under a constitution a living document that breathes in and out just like you do, this country is not for sale.

I should know. I’m one of the owners. You can’t sell it without my permission.

I want my country back!

13 comments:

just thinking said...

I'm with ya..

badgerbob said...

I like it. I am going to sign up.
Good post.

Polyman2 said...

Fucking right on!
This is not the America I grew up loving... and I'm old enough to remember fucking Viet Nam- Had friends that fought in that war, I was off to Canada right b4 it ended, when I got my new draft card & a 1H listing.
Nixon, Ford & assorted puppetmasters sucked for escalating some little wing ding countrys' civil war because there was $$$$ to make (and democracy to defend- HA!)
It's a fucking disgrace what's happenning to this country-
Count me in!

morbid misanthrope said...

just thinking -- Thankfully, many people -- in both political parties -- feel the same way. Things are just getting silly, and many Americans are getting fed up.

badgerbob -- It just makes sense. Excluding a select few, our elected officials are not upholding the will of the people. When voting fails, sometimes all we can do is sign a petition, slap a bumper sticker on the ol' jalopy, and hope that enough people make enough noise to scare the politicians looking to get reelected in the future.

polyman2 -- It seems like nearly everyone in government is a puppet, more so now than ever before. It's the whole one-world government people behind the scenes making things happen. I'd expound on that statement, but I need to finish tin-foiling my house to keep the aliens out.

Willow said...

I think Rick Roberts summed up nicely how a lot of people feel. I know that I'm personally fed up with people constantly fucking up and then making excuses for their behavior, instead of taking responsibility for their actions.

morbid misanthrope said...

willow -- I know, right? It's like my dad yelling at me, calling me a failure. Fuck, old man; it's your fault. Take some responsibility. Shit!

drunkbh said...

Did you know that America does not have an official national language? Though it should be english, it will never happen because it might be too offensive to out non-english speaking residents.

morbid misanthrope said...

drunkbh -- I've read that before, but I've also read sources that stated the contrary. I do know, however, Article 3 Sec. 6 of the California Constitution clearly states the following:

SEC. 6. (a) Purpose.
English is the common language of the people of the United States
of America and the State of California. This section is intended to
preserve, protect and strengthen the English language, and not to
supersede any of the rights guaranteed to the people by this
Constitution.
(b) English as the Official Language of California.
English is the official language of the State of California.
(c) Enforcement.
The Legislature shall enforce this section by appropriate
legislation. The Legislature and officials of the State of
California shall take all steps necessary to insure that the role of
English as the common language of the State of California is
preserved and enhanced. The Legislature shall make no law which
diminishes or ignores the role of English as the common language of
the State of California.
(d) Personal Right of Action and Jurisdiction of Courts.
Any person who is a resident of or doing business in the State of
California shall have standing to sue the State of California to
enforce this section, and the Courts of record of the State of
California shall have jurisdiction to hear cases brought to enforce
this section. The Legislature may provide reasonable and appropriate
limitations on the time and manner of suits brought under this
section.

It's pretty clear, amigos, isn't it?

no one said...

I want my rum back! Oh how I miss rum!

Morbid, I hope you have been drinking my share!

morbid misanthrope said...

wax lion -- I've been drinking my share, your share, and even some of ol' Ted Kennedy's share ... I'll probably die soon. Damn Ted Kennedy.

J Holden said...

i'm with everyone here

America is the beacon of light for the world....she needs a new bulb

morbid misanthrope said...

j holden -- Nicely put.

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