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Have you taken the time to learn about the presidents and which ones honored individual liberty and freedom and which ones were determined to transform the United States? Initially, we had Washington’s Birthday and Lincoln’s Birthday. This made sense. Both of these individuals were true to individual liberty and freedom and represented American ideals. Both were moral and honorable and certainly deserve the acclaim they receive.
Sadly, our education system, that is now an indoctrination system, has not taught accurate history and in many cases has not taught history. Many people could not tell you who Washington and Lincoln were, and yet these people are encouraged to vote. How sad.
We have had many presidents who despised our unique system of governance. They did not agree with us being a republic, they despised our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution, especially the Bill of Rights. Yet, they like the great presidents are supposed to be honored on this day.
Woodrow Wilson had attempted to change our form of government to a parliamentary form of government where the president would be like a prime minister who is chosen by the members of their party who are seated in parliament and not by the people. Franklin Roosevelt did not believe in our republican form of government either. Franklin Roosevelt said that the Constitution can be changed to fit the whims and wishes of some group when it was in the best interest of that group. This is democracy which is government by the mob.
Barack Obama despises individual liberty and freedom, as does the party he represents, and believed that the people are meant to serve the government as opposed to the government serving the people. Obama augmented the deep state and believed in governance by bureaucracy and not elected officials. Then we have Biden, a person who lacks in conviction and morality but makes up for it in corruption. Biden, or “The Big Guy” believes in crime and using government to enrich himself and his family.
I would strongly propose we no longer have Presidents Day, but we go back to Washington’s Birthday and Lincoln’s Birthday, two individuals who exemplified the meaning of American and the meaning of honorable people.
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