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The Opposite of Love is Apathy- Vote.

Leslie Brown

You may think that the opposite of “love” is “hate”, but I believe it is apathy. Think about it; with hate there still a form of passion, albeit misguided. With apathy, there is nothing.

If you love your country GO VOTE. It is apathy that has has gotten us to the point we are. Most people didn’t concern themselves enough to do their research on President Obama. Did they know that both of his parents were Communists? Did they know his mentor Frank Marshall Davis was a Communist?

Did they know that Obama promoted infanticide as an Illinois Senator? Did they know that one of his buddies was Bill Ayers, a self admitted domestic terrorist responsible for several bombings, deaths and photographed happily standing on a crumpled American flag?

The other writer, Chris Harris and I are a couple of military kids, grown up, who live in different parts of the country. He is black, and lives in the D.C. area, I am white and live in a “white trash” town in Texas. What we have in common is our love for G-d, His Statutes, and our love of country.

I call myself “The Kitchen Table Patriot” and I will not stop spreading the message of saving our country and I will not stop sharing the “endangered species” of truth. Our country was based on Judeo-Christian values and whether you like that or not, we cannot erode that foundation of our government and expect it to remain standing.

We also cannot stand as a country if we are divided. “Divide and conquer” is a phrase for a reason. Let’s focus on what matters; G-d and country; melanin, not so much.

The tyranny of a prince in an oligarchy is not so dangerous to the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy.

~Charles de Montesquieu

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