- Cinco Texan
- Descendant of patriots who have fought from the Civil war to WWII, planters who carved out my heritage in the plains of central Texas since 1850. From teacher to business owner, I have a strong personal heritage and concern for the United States, its past and future.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
TMI..too much information. At 59 years old, I seem to fret over all the information I get on all the media I have access to. I want to not worry. I want to not feel like I have a responsibility for generations to come. I don't want to be called an extreme right wing extremist. I just want the freedom to have an opinion. I want a right to express my opinion based on my beliefs. I am worried that is no more acceptible in the US.
As a person who has has a strong history as an American citizen and a Christian, I find myself spending time thoughfully wondering what is happening to my country. My family roots factually have benefited from being Americans. I can trace my roots to the Jamestown settlement. We were all immigrants in this nation except for Native Americans. My thoughts lead me to lean on learning from history. Many believe that history is unimportant. That we must change with the times. The irony in that theory in my opinon is that humans are destined to repeat history as the times change, but human nature does not. Those that believe they can change the course of human nature because they have figured it out are sadly and historially mistaken.