‘America Without Us’ (2016)

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This is well worth saving!

It there’s one thing that elitists truly despise, it’s ordinary people: the people who keep the country going, day to day.

https://leeduigon.com/2016/04/20/america-without-us/

This was written leading up to the 2016 election, in which by the grace of God we were spared an irredeemable disaster.

And next year we’ll have to go through the whole damned thing again! We’re always just one election away from being sunk for good.

The Democrat Party still disdains and disrespects ordinary people. Their attitude is still “Just shut up and pay your taxes, peasants!” They are still convinced that by cobbling together a coalition of chip-on-the-shoulder “minorities,” they don’t need the rest of us.

And they still must be defeated, defeated again, if we are not to lose our country.

Lest they do to your town what they’ve done to Detroit, San Francisco, Gary, Camden, and the list goes on forever…

About leeduigon

I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations. View all posts by leeduigon

8 responses to “‘America Without Us’ (2016)

  • Valerie Protopapas

    Do the elitists despise us? Certainly, but I don’t believe it is for the reasons most folks think. They despise us because they are afraid of us. Why do you think academia has worked so hard and so long to produce the generation of “snowflakes” we now see in our universities and even in the culture in general? Because the elites (for whom academia is a tool) knew that they could not overcome ordinary, commonsense Americans, so they had to produce a generation who, like Pavlov’s dogs, would salivate and bark at the appropriate bells. They have just about completed their “brave new (stupid) world” and soon they will not fear us because we will be, on the whole, dying out. Indeed, our extinction is one of the reasons for the takeover of health care! Ordinary people live FAR too long these days! Better to be in a position to shut off the spigot of health for the “useless eaters” (us).

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  • Erlene Talbott

    Amazing how the so called “smart” people are so incredibly ignorant. If there is nobody left to produce, then guess who will be the first to suffer.
    The ones who have not learned to produce anything except hot air
    rhetoric. That does not feed people, clothe them or build or fix anything.
    No more need for useless eaters, eh?

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  • unknowable2

    With God’s help, we’ll survive.

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  • Erlene Talbott

    We will. He has a plan, and His plans NEVER fail.

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    • Valerie Protopapas

      Let me say that addressing what’s wrong in the culture or anywhere else does not mean that we don’t think God has a plan. OF COURSE, He has a plan, but PART of His plan is US! He WANTS US TO DO SOMETHING when there is wrong. Oh, we may FAIL, but we must TRY and in order to try, first one must identify the problem and then consider how to fix it (if possible). A lot of people just want to think good thoughts secure in the belief that “God has this.” Well, I remember a story that addresses this:

      Once upon a time, a very good man named George lived in a river valley with a dam upriver. It had been raining very hard for days and days and the area was flooding. George’s neighbors came to him in their car and said, “George, we know it’s flooding and that the dam may break. Come with us and be saved.” But George was a good Christian and he said to his neighbors, “Friends, I put my absolute faith and trust in God ~ He will save me!” And his friends drove off.

      It continued to rain and soon George’s house was flooded and he had to go up to the second floor. Then a bunch of neighbors came by in a boat and said, “George, we know it’s flooding and that the dam may break. Come with us and be saved.” But George was a good Christian and he said to his neighbors, “Friends, I put my absolute faith and trust in God ~ He will save me!” And his friends rowed off.

      Finally, it was so bad that George found himself on the roof and sure enough, another group of friends came by in a helicopter and said, “George, we know it’s flooding and that the dam may break. Come with us and be saved.” But George was a good Christian and he said to his neighbors, “Friends, I put my absolute faith and trust in God ~ He will save me!” And his friends flew off.

      Shortly thereafter the dam broke and George was drowned. When he came before the Judgment Seat of God, George was, frankly, ANGRY! “Lord,” he said, “I trusted you! I put my FAITH in you ~ and you let me die!”

      God looked at him sadly and said, “My son, I sent you a car, a boat and a helicopter!”

      Sometimes, God’s acts through men and we must be aware when it is our time to GET IN THE BOAT!

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  • Lisa Beth

    I’m expressing this more and more as a New Yorker. There are dozens of new ‘shelters’ rising up for homeless while the ‘ordinary folks’ – teachers, police, social workers, blue collar, etc are moving out in droves.
    If you’re a working Joe AND need a car for work, you’re the biggest loser!

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    • leeduigon

      I think what Our Rulers want to do is chase us all back into cities–no more suburbs, no more small towns, allowed. Easier to control us if we’re all in the same place… with no getaway cars.

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