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Editing my Blog?

Saturday, August 28, 2010

I just looked in my mailbox, and there was a letter from Jen. She has chastised me for my last blog, requesting I "edit it.

I am not going to edit my blog. It is MY blog, and I am, as an American citizen, entitled to freedom of speech and press.

If folks do not agree with my blogs, you are all free to let me know, and to delete it from your reading list.

It is becoming stranger and stranger in our country with all the restrictions and limitations being put upon us, regardless of what our Constitution says. Big Brother IS watching!!

At my age, I don't care who agrees or disagrees with me. I allow each person to have their own views, as I have mine. Disagreeing with me does not mean either of us is wrong. It simply means we are exercising our freedom of thought.

No, I am not going to edit my blog. Perhaps I will get kicked off Spark, and if that happens, so be it.

I will not be censored.

Am I angry about this? Yes. There is already too much censoring going on regarding our Constitutional rights.

Our nation is in the state it is because of people violating our Constitutional rights left and right, and even "practising" law in violations of that precious safe-guard.

A good example of that is Arizona, trying to defend our borders, and our illustrious government suing them for it. Each state is its own sovereignty. At least SOMEONE is trying to defend America from total ruin! And for that, they are getting a law suit, which in itself, is unconstitutional.

I will write what I choose, as long as it is within the specter of the Constitutional rights. I will say what I choose, and attempt to offend no one.

So now I leave to live out a day of Constitutional freedoms. I have already begun with this blog.
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