|Your humble expresses his satisfaction with the Patriot Act.|
He said he voted to extend the act for the "security of the people."
|Exaggeration, but still based on truth.|
|Editorial commentary on Washington.|
As we talked, he pointed out a few things about me which need not be discussed here, but which probably do show up in the records the federal government has on me.
|He ain't my brother, but he's still watching.|
What's in the file? I'm not entirely sure. I don't really care either. I do know some of the information is incorrect. How do I know? Because of things which have happened which resulted in my getting ahold of some of the information in that file in a second-hand manner.
I do not know that I am or am not on the federal watch list, such as it is, for suspected terrorists. But I also know I ain't real far away from being on that list.
Short answer: I am a Rebel Patriot.
Slightly longer answer: I'm in pretty good company, starting back with George Washington, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, coming forward to the General, Stonewall Jackson, Jefferson Davis and coming forward again to Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King and so on.
Yassee, we believe in individual freedoms and the rights of the people.
|It's HERITAGE, not hate.|
Another short answer: I have gone out of my way over the years to be a dissident. I have, in other words, acted in the best traditions of those who have gone on before me and worked to the end of an oppressive regime.
|Patriotism in action.|
|The problem is - you know the link is Blue. You don't know how strong it is.|
One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.