Momentum with the majority
The upstart victory in the courts and in the streets of patriotic Americans, who are fed up with New Mexico in the Southwest, New Africa in the South and New Israel in the Northeast, is crucial for two reasons. First, it gives the common man the voice shut out at the polls and from the White House. Second, it demonstrates legitimacy not found among "costumists," transients and con-men.
The Soviet Empire did not collapse, it simply transplanted itself to the District of Columbia, where it presses its heavy hand down upon hapless yeomen seeking a pure, clean and free America. But, the startling upset of the imposing tyrants by Nationalists in the federal appellate-court in Philadelphia has signaled that, just as at Thermopylae, an heroic few can turn back the oppressive many.
Honest, hard-working Americans have been seeking a sign that not only things can change, but that they can make that change. Until now, it had seemed that only those who were "highly-placed" or "well-heeled" could impress their will. But, after Philadelphia, that is no longer the case. In fact, the battle for "legitimacy" has, also, turned out to be the triumph of organization.
Those with self-discipline, using their wits, each other and the system, have made strides, while the "costumists" and game-players have dwindled. For example, murder-for-hire schemers find a diminishing audience, while orators in the public-square draw increasing attention. As fledgling democracy translates into solid organization, wheels turn, loads lift, doors open and freedom rings.
Those who thought that handing out a pamphlet was the most that they could do are now focused on building the school, apparatus, network and cornerstone for the new, all-American America. The words, which Communists have tried to pin, have been powerfully debunked. Loner, lunatic and loser. For momentum is now with the forces of democracy, majority and victory.
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