Together, We Will Make It. We
Do you feel as if an all-powerful
US Government is taking over your life? Do you feel you have no
representation, and no voice? That you have no control over what
your elected officials are doing to your taxes, your future, and
your children’s future?
Can you see disaster in the making
for our country? Do you feel those who are supposed to be
representing your interests and protecting your freedom are
instead working against you and maybe even taking your freedoms
away from you?
If the answer is yes, then my
blog Not Without Representation is a Voice for
have worked hard all our lives—the people who followed the
rules and took responsibility for our own selves and families.
This—my blog—my new voice of the
people, NOT WITHOUT REPRESENTATION, is here to represent you, if
you want it to.
It’s here to help make those who are
supposed to be representing us aware of our political power. They may now need to feel and hear our civil
power—and to realize we can remove them from office with our vote.
We need to act. In a lawful and
civil manner. We need to peacefully educate them—or vote them
out of office. This has to be done immediately; there is little
time to waste, before they maybe destroy the US Constitution
utterly and turn
us from a Republic into a chain-gang, socialist,
In earlier life, as a command-level
police officer, I considered myself a moderate. However,
to paraphrase US Justice John Paul Stevens: I have not
become a conservative; the United States leadership has
moved so far left that I am now considered conservative…
I’m Conservative now, yes, but I still
feel an innate drive to Protect And Serve. Is this a police
thing, or the natural Humanity we all share?
It does not matter.
As a trained investigator—and with
your permission and help—I can try to continue serving and protecting by
investigating American politics in your behalf. (I have the
time; you may not.)
I hope you will read my blog regularly. I hope
that together, we can regather the lightning bolt of Freedom for
America—for we, the people…for all
So, welcome to Annmarie’s Blog:
And, as Republican Admiral David
G. Farragut said at the climactic battle of Mobile bay, 1864—in
the war to free black slaves from Democrat domination and
exploitation—foregoing his own personal safety—Farragut
commanded his ship’s helmsman,
“Damn the torpedoes…go ahead full speed!”
And so, we shall, get on with our
mission—and damn, to all verbal torpedoes.