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Re: Happy Texas Independence Day 2013: Choose!

From: Judith
Sent on: Saturday, March 2, 2013 4:10 PM

If men through fear, fraud or mistake, should in terms renounce and give up any essential natural right, the eternal law of reason and the great end of society, would absolutely vacate such renunciation; the right to freedom being the gift of God Almighty, it is not in the power of Man to alienate this gift, and voluntarily become a slave. --Samuel Adams
"Laws that forbid the carrying of arms ... disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes... Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man." --Cesare Beccaria, On Crimes and Punishment, quoted by Thomas Jefferson in Commonplace Book
"I regret, as much as any member, the unavoidable weight and duration of the burdens to be imposed; having never been a proselyte to the doctrine, that public debts are public benefits. I consider them, on the contrary, as evils which ought to be removed as fast as honor and justice will permit."
--James Madison, Debates in the House of Representatives on the First Report on Public Credit, 1790

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March 2, 2013 
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Dear J,    
Happy Texas Independence Day! 
The time has come for Texans - and, Texans-at-heart all across North America - to deeply embrace the spirit in which the Republic of Texas was established.
Today is March 2nd. And, on this day in 1836, 54 men signed a document that some may judge as being more powerful than even the Declaration of Independence for the United States of America. 
Although similar to the American Declaration, for this age that WE exist, the Texas Declaration can put some clarity on issues that the Left is currently attempting to redefine.  For example, the Texas Declaration specifically mentions the right to bear arms for the purpose of keeping a tyrannical government in check.  There is NO ambiguity about the reasoning about the right to bear arms.  The trademark directness of Texans is usefully demonstrated through this amazing document.
You may also note that they found the affairs of the government being conducted from such a great distance were not beneficial to the citizens of Texas.  They were adamant about the strongest governmental influence to be the one closest to the governed and were offended by the usurpation of power by the dictator and the discarding of a federalist form of government in Mexico.
 Additionally, they weren't too happy about the language of the government overseeing the Texas real estate was being conducted in Spanish.  Is history now repeating itself?
Keep in mind that as this Declaration was being approved, the brutal, murderous army of Mexican dictator Santa Ana had already surrounded the hallowed grounds of the Alamo Mission, and four days later would conquer the Alamo martyrs. 
Claver in Longview
"I am a Texan!"
As a personal privilege, I state that the time has come to sign this document again, with only few amendments for wording or indictments against the corrupt and profane tyrants of Washington, District of Columbia, the officials and inhabitants of several states of the union, and their enablers.
Let my loyalties be understood by all: I am a Texan!
Is it not factual that to be an American, primarily and predominantly, chains one to the vulgarity and tyrannical mutation that this nation has become?  Each of us must decide, for ourselves and family, on which side of the line we spiritually, soulfully, and physically wish to stand on - on this side of the Red River, or the other?
Once you have digested the Texas Declaration of Independence, it's my wager that you will find yourself confronted with a decision that the multitudes of this land must now make, and one that I have faced sternly, prayerfully, and have formed a commitment.
May the Lord Jesus continue to bless Texas!  May He abundantly pour out His spirit upon all that reside within her borders. Let Him declare this land to be an oasis of life, liberty, and prosperity above all others.  And, may He contend with all of those that oppose our sovereignty and the proper independent governance of our land. Amen.  
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